Grizzly Killer: Spirit Talkers

Grizzly Killer: Spirit Talkers - ASIN B086Z1PZV5

NAMED BEST MOUNTAIN MAN SERIES BY TRUE WEST MAGAZINE, AUTHOR LANE R WARENSKI DELIVERS THE TENTH BOOK OF THE BEST-SELLING SERIES.

Journey through the land of the ancient ones, where spirits still protect the mysterious canyons where they once dwelled, and strange drawings on the rock walls have stood for a thousand years.

Zach Connors, known as Grizzly Killer, travels with his family through the rugged and mysterious canyons where the Anasazi once built their homes high on the cliffs. The year is 1833, and they are going to Taos for the supplies they will need for another year living in the Rocky Mountains.

Before reaching the Taos Valley they face dangers from not only the unforgiving and rugged land, but they must cross the mighty Colorado, Green and San Juan Rivers. They meet a Navajo Spirit Talker that can feel her same powers within Star and Raven Wing. They face dangers from new enemies, and encounter an old and evil nemesis, and must fight alongside Mexican soldiers before trading their plews and starting on the long trek back home.

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A Question of Hope

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Maggie Rose has learned the hard way not to trust men. Broken-hearted and betrayed she leaves home to become a nurse. Six years later, she’s employed in San Francisco, living the life she thought she wanted. Until life throws a massive hitch in her plans in the form of a very handsome architect named Shep.
When Shepherd Millard agrees to help a friend, he never expects to meet the woman of his dreams. Miss Maggie Rose captivates him with her independence and beauty. It should be simple for a well-established architect to court a nurse, but she’s in trouble now, and it’s all his fault. How will he convince her to trust him?
Clint Hayden wears the scars on his chest after Maggie helped Shepherd Millard and his friends. Obsessed with revenge, he will hunt her endlessly, leaving a trail of death and destruction behind him, until she’s his.
Maggie runs, scared by two men obsessed with claiming her. One offers hope and the other wants to make her pay. If she can learn to forgive and trust the Lord, she will see it was always just a question of hope.

Dianna

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In 1885, Miss Dianna Brittler has been cast aside by the Manhattan society. After years of refusing willing suitors and more than a handful of successful societal matches, she is mere steps away from spinsterhood.

When Dianna stumbles across an advert in the personals begging for a wife to come to the Wyoming territory, a spark ignites within her. Could she possibly be considering a life out West as a Mail-Order Bride?

Shiye is running from his past, and his past is only moments behind him. Injured when saving a white-skinned woman from certain death, he must find a way to fight his growing attraction to her. What is a high society woman doing in the Wyoming territory? Can Dianna help him escape the past he’s left behind?

”Josephine Blake has written a captivating romance you won’t be able to put down.”
— Bestselling Romance Author, Laura Landon

Shattered Lives Broken Dreams: William Cooper and Australian Aborigines Protest Holocaust

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Can there be new facts about the holocaust? This is one of those rare holocaust stories of resistance to the holocaust by Australian Aborigines – a world away from the fray.
They were not even citizens in their own land but, after Kristallnacht, made a brave stand. William Cooper led the Australian Aborigines League in a protest against Kristallnacht, the Night of the Broken Glass, which resulted in shattered lives and was recognised as the start of the Holocaust.
They protested the “cruel persecution of the Jews” by marching to the German Consulate in Melbourne on 6 December 1938 three weeks after the 9-10 November pogrom in Germany, Austria and Sudetenland that saw 91 Jews killed, Jewish homes, businesses and synagogues destroyed with shattered glass or fire. About 30,00 Jews were sent to concentration camps.
This book follows how the story was lost to history and then found with William Cooper being honoured in many ways by Jews in Australia and at Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Center in Israel. His family has carried on his legacy and the story covers his family’s trip to Israel and Berlin in 2017 to continue his work.
Of holocaust books, it has a twist. Aboriginal William Cooper was a noted civil rights leader for his people but the only protest march he led was for the Jews. Read this inspiriting story. This book has facts about the holocaust that will be new and startling to you but it adds to the history on Jews and the history of Australian Aborigines.

Gary Gatlin Reluctant Hero – WW2 Trilogy book 1

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All proceeds from this book go to the Angels on the Border charity, formed by the author to help struggling families in Agua Prieta, Sonora.

Book Description: Sent by his parents to Formosa to learn Japanese fruit cultivation techniques, 19-year old Gary Gatlin raises suspicions on his first day on the island when he defends a market vendor from Japanese soldiers. After the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor, Gary becomes a wanted man. Aided by rebel tribesmen he has befriended, Gary escapes the island on a freighter, only to be marooned on an uncharted atoll where he once again is drawn into a battle that settles the score once and for all.

About Angels on the Border

Author Carl Haupt and his wife, Sarah, started helping struggling families in Agua Prieta, Mexico, across from Douglas, Arizona, in 1992. They brought food and other necessities, helped build over 100 homes, and delivered 25 donated mobile homes to needy families in the area. Today, Angels on the Border continues the work started by Carl and Sarah over twenty-five years ago. All author royalties from Gary Gatlin: Reluctant Hero go to Angels on the Border, a non-profit established by Carl and Sarah to ensure their charitable work carries on. Visit www.AngelsOnTheBorder.org to learn more and to find out how you can donate to help needy families.

Sheriff and Priest

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Wimer the Chaplain – Saxon in a Norman world; friend of King Henry ll, excommunicated by Thomas Becket and the Pope – how can he save his soul? The King’s mistress has the key…

Winner of the “Discovered Diamond” and “Book Readers’ Appreciation Group Medallion” awards!

“This is a thoroughly enthralling story… A fascinating look into two friends’ lives during the 12th century. It is a well-written and researched historical tale” – Goodreads review

Wimer could have become a monk. Instead, his decision to become a Chaplain – to make his way in the wider world of men – has put his soul in mortal danger.

In 12th Century East Anglia, poor Saxon boys stay poor. It takes an exceptional one to win Henry II’s friendship, and to rise to the job of High Sheriff of all Norfolk and Suffolk. Falling foul of the stormy relationship between Henry and his Archbishop, he is excommunicated three times, twice by Thomas a’Becket, and once by the Pope.

He also falls in love with the King’s Ward, Ida. Before he plucks up the courage to do anything about it, the King takes her as his mistress, and Ida needs Wimer’s support to survive that dangerous liaison.

Although he is eventually reinstated in the Church, his problems with his religious superiors, and his love for Ida, will guarantee him a place in Hell, unless he can find land and resources to do something spectacular in the way of penance…

A Manhood Doctrine:A Survival Guide Versus Societal Shifts & Ideological Subversion

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In 1963, The Feminine Mystique was published. The second wave of Feminist goals followed from its publication.

A Manhood Doctrine discusses the origins, results, and ongoing malaise facing not only the United States, but also the majority of the Western world. The author presents the issue in three parts: societal radicalization, family history, and individual responsibility and action.

From the family story of a left-leaning son, of a single mom, to facing the future individually, the author provides a theory of self-development approach and insights from forty plus years of “failures” and more recent improvements. Derived out of Maslow’s hierarchy pyramid, the keystone habits of health and energy form the foundation and supports one’s trek to growth. Career, knowledge, finance, relationships, and legacy lead to a path of self-fulfillment. This is meant to thwart the ideological pushes of the 21st century. Men must weigh out their future interactions in a different light and assess risks therein.

Mr. Powers provides the links to the history, his intimate path trekked, for good and ill, and a better way ahead as surmised in a Self-Fulfillment model.

A Manhood Doctrine does not speak for all men. But it hopes to dent the psyche of those that wonder why this reality is not as expected from the years of social conditioning. It serves up data to buttress the argument against much of what has been taught and a way out to a better you.

Mr. Powers holds an MBA from Valparaiso University and an Industrial Engineering degree from Purdue University. He lives in West Lafayette, Indiana.

Pledge to the Wind, the Legend of Everett Ruess

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Eighty years ago a young man disappeared in the Utah wilderness. A large manhunt followed, but all they turned up was his last camp and a couple burros. Pledge to the Wind, the Legend of Everett Ruess follows the adventures of Everett Ruess from his appearance in the southwest in 1931 when he was only seventeen, until his disappearance in 1934, shortly before he turned 21. Theories abound as to what may have happened to him: drowned crossing the Colorado River, bit by a rattlesnake, fell off a cliff while trying to reach a ruin, killed by an Indian who thought he was a witch, shot by a rancher, etc. There are others that believe he didn’t die at all, and that the Navajo or the Hopi are hiding him out. In this compelling narrative, Robert Louis DeMayo explores what might have happened.

The Making of Theodore Roosevelt

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This a fictionalized account of a true story – the tale of how two rough Maine woodsmen took a young Theodore Roosevelt under their wing in 1878 and introduced him to the beautiful but unforgiving woodlands of the Northeast. Under their guidance, the frail but strong-willed New Yorker becomes a worthy outdoorsman, an experience which significantly shaped the world view of the man poised to become the 26th President of the United States thirteen years later. Historical Fiction.This a fictionalized account of a true story – the tale of how two rough Maine woodsmen took a young Theodore Roosevelt under their wing in 1878 and introduced him to the beautiful but unforgiving woodlands of the Northeast. Under their guidance, the frail but strong-willed New Yorker becomes a worthy outdoorsman, an experience which significantly shaped the world view of the man poised to become the 26th President of the United States thirteen years later. Historical Fiction.