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Breakwater
Author: Carla Neggers
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 1488026564
Pages: 400
Year: 2016-12-12
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Classic romantic suspense from New York Times bestselling author Carla Neggers. Security consultant Quinn Harlowe just started an independent career and is enjoying a relaxed new lifestyle in her bayside cottage when she finds her friend and former colleague dead outside. Local law enforcement deems it suicide. Quinn is doubtful. Investigating on her own, she finds that someone is following her every move. Huck McCabe claims he’s a bodyguard at Breakwater, a high-security compound nearby. But the truth? McCabe is an undercover agent trying to penetrate a violent network of vigilantes—the same people Quinn has identified. Together they come up against a conspiracy that could blow the lid off the Department of Justice. Originally published in 2006
Night's Landing
Author: Carla Neggers
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 148802653X
Pages: 400
Year: 2016-10-03
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New York Times bestselling author Carla Neggers combines action, intrigue and romance like no one else in this classic tale. Sarah Dunnemore has just returned to her family home in Tennessee when she gets news that her twin brother, Rob, has been seriously wounded in a sniper shooting in Central Park. She rushes to New York to be with him, only to come up against his no-nonsense partner. Deputy U.S. Marshal Nate Winter is the best, and he believes the official investigation is going in the wrong direction—especially when he learns that Sarah is extremely close to her family’s famous neighbor: the president of the United States. Nate follows Sarah back to Night’s Landing because he’s determined to uncover the truth, and he will let nothing—not his and Sarah’s growing attraction for each other, not the mounting danger they face—stand in his way. Originally published in 2004
The Rapids
Author: Carla Neggers
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 1488026548
Pages: 400
Year: 2016-10-17
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Rediscover this thrilling story of suspense and romance from New York Times bestselling author Carla Neggers. Based on an anonymous tip, US Diplomatic Security Agent Maggie Spencer apprehends an internationally most-wanted fugitive, Nicholas Janssen. Then US marshal Rob Dunnemore turns up asking some very tough questions. Maggie has no reason to trust Rob, especially when she learns he has a personal interest: he was almost killed thanks to Janssen. Then Maggie and Rob discover the body of an American diplomat, and they realize there’s another killer on the loose. Determined to tie up the case, Maggie heads to upstate New York following a questionable lead. Knowing she’s holding back on him, Rob’s right on her tail. And now she has no choice but to trust him. Because a trap has been set, and they have both walked right into it. Originally published in 2004.
Secrets of the Lost Summer
Author: Carla Neggers
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 1488038902
Pages: 400
Year: 2018-09-01
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Go back to where it all began in book one of the classic heartwarming Swift River Valley series set in Knights Bridge, New England, only from New York Times bestselling author Carla Neggers. A wave of hope carries Olivia Frost back to her small New England hometown nestled in the beautiful Swift River Valley. She’s transforming a historic home into an idyllic getaway—picturesque and perfect, if only the absentee owner will fix up the eyesore next door… Dylan McCaffrey’s ramshackle house is an inheritance he never counted on. It also holds the key to a generations-old lost treasure he can’t resist any more than he can resist his new neighbor. Against this breathtaking landscape, Dylan and Olivia pursue long-buried secrets and discover a mystery wrapped in a love story…past and present. Originally published in 2012
Dark Sky
Author: Carla Neggers
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 1488026556
Pages: 400
Year: 2016-11-14
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Revisit another heart-pounding romantic thriller by New York Times bestselling author Carla Neggers. Deputy US Marshal Juliet Longstreet has made her share of enemies, and now one of them is out of prison and threatening to kill her. Her mission: find him first. Hot on her suspect’s trail is Special Forces officer Ethan Brooker, who has a way of dropping into Juliet’s life without warning. Ethan is a man Juliet knows she should avoid, but she needs answers—and his help. They agree to team up, and as they fight their growing attraction to each other, their race to stop a ruthless killer takes them north to Juliet’s family in Vermont…and into the heart of a dangerous web of lies, greed, deceit—and murder. Originally published in 2005.
Cold Pursuit
Author: Carla Neggers
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 146030229X
Pages: 400
Year: 2012-09-17
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A prominent ambassador is killed in a suspicious hit-and-run in Washington, D.C. Hours later, his stepdaughter vanishes in the mountains of northern New England. Back in her hometown of Black Falls, Vermont, to do damage control on her career, Secret Service agent Jo Harper is drawn into the search. But her efforts face an unexpected challenge: Elijah Cameron. With his military training and mountain rescue experience, Elijah knows the unforgiving terrain better than anyone. But he and Jo have been at odds forever—and Elijah believes the missing teenager isn't just lost…she's on the run. Forced to work together, Jo and Elijah battle time and the elements in a race into the unforgiving mountains. The twists and turns awaiting them will take them closer to the explosive truth…and into the sights of a killer.
Saint's Gate
Author: Carla Neggers
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 1488026599
Pages: 400
Year: 2017-05-01
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Revisit this thrilling romantic suspense by New York Times bestselling author Carla Neggers. Two people, isolated by their pasts. An obsessive killer who will force them together. Welcome to Saint’s Gate. When Emma Sharpe is summoned to a convent on the Maine coast, it’s partly for her art crimes work with the FBI, partly because of her past with the religious order. At issue is a mysterious painting depicting scenes of Irish lore and Viking legends, and her family’s connection to the work. But when the nun who contacted her is murdered, it seems legend is becoming deadly reality. Colin Donovan is one of the FBI’s most valuable assets—a deep-cover agent who prefers to go it alone. He’s back home in Maine after wrapping up his latest mission, but his friend Father Bracken presents him with an intrigue of murder, international art heists and a convent’s long-held secrets that is too tempting to resist. As the danger spirals ever closer, Colin is certain of only one thing—the very interesting Emma Sharpe is at the center of it all. A ruthless killer has Emma and Colin in the crosshairs, plunging them into a race against time and drawing them deeper into a twisted legacy of betrayal and deceit. Originally published in 2011.
Cold Moonlight
Author: Carla Neggers
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 1488094918
Pages: 400
Year: 2018-01-01
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Discover heart-racing intrigue in this Thriller Short of romantic suspense. Originally published in LOVE IS MURDER (2013), edited by #1 New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown. In this emotional Thriller Short, New York Times bestselling writer Carla Neggers delivers an intense, emotional read. Navy SEAL Ryan “Grit” Taylor survived the war in Afghanistan but lost a limb. Now, at her brother’s urging, Grit is on a mission to save the life of Marissa, a history teacher who also happens to be the vice president’s oldest daughter and the love of Grit’s life. In the snow-laden forest of Vermont, an associate with a shoulder wound confirms that a sniper is after Marissa. A blood trail warns Grit that either she or the sniper has been injured. But on finding her, Grit must grapple with an entirely different crisis. Who is the actual target? Don’t miss any of these Thriller Shorts from Love Is Murder:Diamond Drop by Roxanne St. Claire Cold Moonlight by Carla Neggers Poisoned by Beverly Barton Speechless by Robert Browne Lockdown by Andrea Kane Spider’s Tango by William Simon Night Heat by Laura Griffin B.A.D. Mission by Sherrilyn Kenyon Deadly Fixation by Dianna Love Hot Note by Patricia Rosemoor Last Shot by Jon Land & Jeff Ayers Grave Danger by Heather Graham Without Mercy by Mariah Stewart Even Steven by D.P. Lyle Dying to Score by Cindy Gerard The Number of Man by J.T. Ellison Hard Drive by Bill Floyd After Hours by William Bernhardt Blood In, Blood Out by Brenda Novak Wed to Death by Vicki Hinze The Honeymoon by Julie Kenner Execution Dock by James Macomber In Atlantis by Alexandra Sokoloff Break Even by Pamela Callow Dirty Down Low by Debra Webb Broken Hallelujah by Toni McGee Causey Holding Mercy by Lori Armstrong Vacation Interrupted by Allison Brennan I Heard a Romantic Story by Lee Child
Coral and Brass
Author: Holland M. Smith, Percy Finch
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 138706861X
Pages: 196
Year: 2017-06-29
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Coral and Brass is the biography of General Holland McTyeire "Howlin' Mad" Smith, known as the "father" of modern U.S. amphibious warfare. His book is a riveting first-hand account of key battles fought in the Pacific between the U.S. Army and Canadian troops against the Japanese, including assaults on the Gilbert Islands, the Marshall Islands, the island of Saipan, Tinian in the Marianas and Iwo Jimo.
Alden's Handy Atlas of the World
Author: John Berry Alden
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
ISBN:
Pages: 191
Year: 1887
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Alaska's daughter
Author: Elizabeth Bernhardt Pinson
Publisher: Utah State Univ Pr
ISBN:
Pages: 212
Year: 2004
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Elizabeth B. Pinson shares with us her memories of Alaska's emergence into a new and modern era, bearing witness to history in the early twentieth century as she recalls it. She draws us into her world as a young girl of mixed ethnicity, with a mother whose Eskimo family had resided on the Seward Peninsula for generations and a father of German heritage. Growing up in and near the tiny village of Teller on the Bering Strait, Elizabeth at the age of six, despite a harrowing, long midwinter sled ride to rescue her, lost both her legs to frostbite when her grandparents, with whom she was spending the winter in their traditional Eskimo home, died in the 1918 influenza epidemic. Fitted with artificial legs financed by an eastern benefactor, Elizabeth kept journals of her struggles, triumphs, and adventures, recording her impressions of the changing world around her and experiences with the motley characters she met. These included Roald Amundsen, whose dirigible landed in Teller after crossing the Arctic Circle; the ill-fated 1921 British colonists of Wrangel Island in the Arctic; trading ship captains and crews; prospectors; doomed aviators; and native reindeer herders. Elizabeth moved on to boarding school, marriage, and the state of Washington, where she compiled her records into this memoir and where, at age ninety-two, she now lives.
The Sailor's Word-book
Author: William Henry Smyth
Publisher: London : Blackie and son
ISBN:
Pages: 744
Year: 1867
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On the Run
Author: Carla Neggers
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 1488094756
Pages: 400
Year: 2018-01-01
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Prepare for edge-of-your-seat suspense in this Thriller Short. Originally published in THRILLER 2 (2009), edited by #1 New York Times bestselling author Clive Cussler. In this chilling Thriller Short, bestselling author Carla Neggers reveals a life-and-death struggle where Mother Nature is as dangerous as a gun in the back. When an armed fugitive confronts Gus Winter on an isolated trail in the unforgiving mountains of New Hampshire, he has no choice but to cooperate. He soon realizes it wasn’t just bad luck that the man with the gun found him. The fugitive had lain in wait, targeting him. And why had he been ordered to lead the way to where his brother and sister-in-law froze to death thirty years earlier? What was the fugitive after? To find out, Gus has to rely on his wit and knowledge of the mountain to survive both the elements and a killer on the run. Don’t miss any of these exciting stories from Thriller 2: The Weapon by Jeffery Deaver Remaking by Blake Crouch Iced by Harry Hunsicker Justice Served by Mariah Stewart The Circle by David Hewson Roomful of Witnesses by R.L. Stine The House on Pine Terrace by Phillip Margolin The Desert Here and the Desert Far Away by Marcus Sakey On the Run by Carla Neggers Can You Help Me Out Here? by Robert Ferrigno Crossed Double by Joe Hartlaub The Lamented by Lawrence Light Vintage Death by Lisa Jackson Suspension of Disbelief by Tim Maleeny A Calculated Risk by Sean Chercover The Fifth World by Javier Sierra Ghost Writer by Gary Braver Through a Veil Darkly by Kathleen Antrim Bedtime for Mr. Li by David J. Montgomery Protecting the Innocent by Simon Wood Watch Out for My Girl by Joan Johnston Killing Time by Jon Land Boldt’s Broken Angel by Ridley Pearson
Archaeology at the Millennium
Author: Gary M. Feinman, T. Douglas Price
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 038772611X
Pages: 508
Year: 2007-10-18
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In this book an internationally distinguished roster of contributors considers the state of the art of the discipline of archaeology at the turn of the 21st century and charts an ambitious agenda for the future. The chapters address a wide range of topics including, paradigms, practice, and relevance of the discipline; paleoanthropology; fully modern humans; holocene hunter-gatherers; the transition to food and craft production; social inequality; warfare; state and empire formation; and the uneasy relationship between classical and anthropological archaeology.
American Airpower Comes of Age
Author: General Henry H. Arnold, John W. Huston
Publisher: The Minerva Group, Inc.
ISBN: 1410217353
Pages: 592
Year: 2004-10
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This volume has richly enhanced General Henry H. "Hap" Arnold's reputation as the father of today's United States Air Force. Major General John W. Huston, himself an Army Air Forces combat veteran of the war, has edited each of Arnold's World War II diaries and placed them in their historical context while explaining the problems Hap faced and evaluating the results of his travels. General Huston, a professional historian, has taught at both the US Air Force Academy and the US Naval Academy. A former Chief of the Office of Air Force History and an experienced researcher both here and abroad in the personal and official papers of the war's leaders, he has been careful to let Hap speak for himself. The result is an account of the four-year odyssey that took Arnold to every continent but one as he took part in deliberations that involved Allied leaders in major diplomacy/strategy meetings with Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S Truman, Winston Churchill, Josef Stalin, Charles de Gaulle, and Chiang Kai-shek. At those meetings, Hap recorded the comments of the various participants. His 12 diaries contain his own thoughts, which range from being lost over the Himalayas to comforting the wounded as they were airlifted from the Normandy beaches. He experienced an air raid in London and viewed the carnage in recently liberated Manila. Arnold recorded his honest impressions, from private meetings with King George VI in Buckingham Palace to eating from mess kits with his combat crews in the North African desert - all while perceptively commenting on the many issues involved and assessing the people, the culture, and the surroundings. This volume offers the best assessment we have of Hap as he survived four wartime heart attacks and continued to work tirelessly for proper recognition of airpower. It will also continue my emphasis while Chief of Staff of the US Air Force on encouraging professional reading through making historical accounts available to personnel of the finest air force in the world, a success achieved in large part because of Hap Arnold. Ronald R. Fogleman General, United States Air Force, Retired

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