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With Open Arms

Author: Nora Roberts
Publisher: Silhouette
ISBN: 9780373285044
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Features two classic novels by the New York Times best-selling author--Song of the West, in which Samantha Evans falls for a handsome cowboy against her better judgment, and Her Mother's Keeper, in which Gwen Lacrosse finds herself attracted to her mother's infuriating new boarder. Original.

The Science Fiction Crime Megapack 26 Criminally Futuristic Stories

Author: Mack Reynolds
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 1479426091
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Science fiction and crime go hand-in-tentacle, if you’ll pardon the expression. Many of the science fiction field’s greatest writers also wrote mysteries...and vice versa. And sometimes the science fiction stories were mysteries. Our latest MEGAPACK® contains nothing but those blended SF-and-Mystery stories, by some of the greatest writers in the field. Included are: ORIGINS OF GALACTIC LAW, by Edward Wellen DragNeuroNet, by John Gregory Betancourt DON'T GET TECHNATAL, by Ron Reynolds THE CEREBRAL LIBRARY, by David H. Keller, M.D. THE FIVE WAY SECRET AGENT, by Mack Reynolds LICENSE TO STEAL, by Louis Newman DELAYED ACTION, by Charles V. De Vet THE MAGIC OF JOE WILKS, by Robert Moore Williams LIFE GOES ON, by Nelson Bond MURDER FROM MARS, by Richard Wilson WOBBLIES IN THE MOON, by Frank Belknap Long THE FREELANCER, by Robert Zacks NO ESCAPE FROM DESTINY, by Arthur Leo Zagat SWEET DREAMS, by Edward Wellen THE LOCUS FOCUS, by Richard Wilson TRACK OF THE BEAST, by Charles V. De Vet THE VOICES, by Edward Wellen THE TOWER, by Kristine Kathryn Rusch THE MIRACLE OF KICKER MCGUIRE, by Robert Moore Williams OSCAR, DETECTIVE OF MARS, by James Norman OSCAR SAVES THE UNION, by James Norman DEATH WALKS IN WASHINGTON, by James Norman OSCAR AND THE TALKING TOTEMS, by James Norman DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR OSCAR, by James Norman THE THIEF OF THOTH, by Lin Carter If you enjoy this ebook, don't forget to search your favorite ebook store for "Wildside Press Megapack" to see more of the 300+ volumes in this series, covering adventure, historical fiction, mysteries, westerns, ghost stories, science fiction -- and much, much more!

Short Stories

Author: Irwin Shaw
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226751283
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Featuring sixty-three stories spanning five decades, this superb collection-including "Girls in Their Summer Dresses," "Sailor Off the Bremen," and "The Eighty-Yard Run"-clearly illustrates why Shaw is considered one of America's finest short-story writers.

Knowing Is Better Than Wondering

Author: J. S. Dawson
Publisher: Park Cities Press
ISBN: 9780977877706
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This book focuses upon more than our personal spiritual journey. We have developed what we believe to be a more authentic view of this experience called life on earth. The fact that spirits came into our home, however briefly, changed our lives and altered our perceptions forever. We try to explain this experience from our own unique perspective. Certain concepts, while not new, receive a fresh analysis. All of our personal realizations revealed here, are new and independent ideas presented to the world for the first time. I have tried to do more than simply sketch the outline of a perceptual model. I have tried to apply the far reaching consequences that result from our realizations to a world of human experience.

Hope Matters

Author: John A. Calhoun
Publisher: John Calhoun
ISBN: 9780910155724
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Mary Gonzales strolls the streets of Chicago's meatpacking district every evening, keeping a watchful eye over "her" neighborhood kids. Tony Ortiz encourages young men in California state prisons to break free of the brutal gang life he once knew all too well. Joe Hynes, Brooklyn's district attorney, champions women and children, not wanting them to suffer as he suffered. They, and the twenty-one other amazing people interviewed by Jack Calhoun, are reshaping lives and communities across America. They include Christians of every denomination, Muslims, Jews, and others, some who pray five times a day and some who are, frankly, "not that religious." But each tells Calhoun, there's much more to the story. You may have heard of some of these Americans. Several are in the news. The good words of all shine brightly in their communities. What you haven't heard about is the underlying force, the hidden source of their seemingly endless energy and selflessness. It is faith -- a deep and, in some cases, unsuspected spirituality. They have the unshakeable sense that they work not only for their organizations -- and each individual they encounter -- but especially for God. Calhoun was once an eager divinity school student, hungry to make a difference. Through the years he rose to national prominence in the field of public policy, spending twenty-plus years as the founding president of the National Crime Prevention Council. However, something wasn't right. Caught up in a parade of committee meetings, speaking engagements, and policy and program initiatives, he had lost touch with the bedrock of his vocation. It took an encounter with an unusually clear-sighted volunteer to reconnect his daily work to his faith in God. Reinvigorated, Calhoun embarked on a two-year cross-country quest to find out how faith motivates some of America's hardest-working public servants. They pursue a range of innovative and ambitious plans to help their communities, and their accomplishments are impressive. But just try telling them so. They have been chosen, they'll explain, to fulfill a larger purpose. Their paths have been rocky, their burdens heavy, and the work hasn't always been fun. Yet they feel blessed, emboldened by their trust in a higher power to live lives of acceptance and unbounded love. Some recent books have laid divisiveness and hostility at faith's door. "Hope Matters" brings to light the togetherness and reconciliation that faith truly engender when good people heed its call to action. You won't hear Mary, Tony, Joe or the rest preaching from the pulpit, or even in the streets. They have no sermon or script to follow. There is a ministry of open arms and second chances, of waking up each morning with new challenges and going to bed each night with renewed faith. Their stories just might inspire you to make your own "place of worship" a little bigger.