HOLY BIBLE (KING JAMES VERSION)
THE HOLY BIBLE KING JAMES VERSION OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS
When Jessica is told she’ll never run again, she puts herself back together—and learns to dream bigger than ever before. The acclaimed author of Flipped delivers a powerful and healing story.
Jessica thinks her life is over when she loses a leg in a car accident. She’s not comforted by the news that she’ll be able to walk with the help of a prosthetic leg. Who cares about walking when you live to run?
As she struggles to cope, Jessica feels that she’s both in the spotlight and invisible. People who don’t know what to say act like she’s not there. Jessica’s embarrassed to realize that she’s done the same to a girl with CP named Rosa. A girl who is going to tutor her through all the math she’s missed. A girl who sees right into the heart of her.
With the support of family, friends, a coach, and her track teammates, Jessica may actually be able to run again. But that’s not enough for her now. She doesn’t just want to cross finish lines herself—she wants to take Rosa with her.
“Inspirational. The pace of Van Draanen’s prose matches Jessica’s at her swiftest. Readers will zoom through the book just as Jessica blazes around the track. A lively and lovely story.” —Kirkus Reviews$9.35
Rebel Flight (Darkbeast Chronicles) (Volume 1)0 out of 5(0)
Sometimes, rebellion is the only option. In the sheltered village of Silver Hollow, Keara knows exactly what is expected of her: Worship the twelve gods, pay the Primate his head tax, and follow her mother’s unreasonably strict rules. But Keara’s twelfth birthday is looming, along with an obligation she dares not meet. Keara must sacrifice her darkbeast on a holy altar or be branded a heretic forever. Other children despise their bonded scapegoat animals. But Keara loves her raven, Caw. He’s the only creature in Silver Hollow who truly understands her headstrong ways. When a traveling theater troupe passes through the village, Keara glimpses a way to escape. But the Great Road comes with its own dangers, including dread Inquisitor priests who hunt down infidels. Will Keara find the strength to flee the only home she’s ever known? Or will she be forced to slay her closest friend on the altar of the gods?$14.99
Back to War: Book 1 of the Corps Justice series0 out of 5(0)
In a bloody gang initiation gone wrong, Former Marine Staff Sergeant Cal Stokes simultaneously loses his fiancé and is thrust into America’s unforgiving criminal underbelly. Never one to back down, the Navy Cross winner is forced to use the skills honed in the Marines along with the assets of his deceased father’s company, Stokes Security International (S.S.I.), to track down his enemy and penetrate the world of his enemy.
He must seek his own brand of justice…
What would you do?
When America’s laws aren’t enough…
…it’s time for Corps Justice.
This is Book 1 in the Corps Justice Series. Approx. 58,000 words by C. G. Cooper
The Cast of Good Guys:
CAL STOKES: Former Marine Staff Sergeant. Navy Cross winner and heir to SSI.
TRAVIS HADEN: Cal’s cousin. Former Navy S.E.A.L. Current CEO of SSI.
BRIAN RAMIREZ: Former Navy corpsman. Silver Star recipient.
NEIL PATEL: Head of SSI’s R&D division. Techie genius.
WILLY TRENT: Former Marine Master Sergeant. Towering well over six feet. SSI employee.
TODD DUNN: Former Army Ranger. Head of Security at SSI.$11.99
Way Station0 out of 5(0)
An ageless hermit runs a secret way station for alien visitors in the Wisconsin woods in this Hugo Award–winning science fiction classic
Enoch Wallace is not like other humans. Living a secluded life in the backwoods of Wisconsin, he carries a nineteenth-century rifle and never seems to age—a fact that has recently caught the attention of prying government eyes. The truth is, Enoch is the last surviving veteran of the American Civil War and, for close to a century, he has operated a secret way station for aliens passing through on journeys to other stars. But the gifts of knowledge and immortality that his intergalactic guests have bestowed upon him are proving to be a nightmarish burden, for they have opened Enoch’s eyes to humanity’s impending destruction. Still, one final hope remains for the human race . . . though the cure could ultimately prove more terrible than the disease.
Winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, Way Station is a magnificent example of the fine art of science fiction as practiced by a revered Grand Master. A cautionary tale that is at once ingenious, evocative, and compassionately human, it brilliantly supports the contention of the late, great Robert A. Heinlein that “to read science-fiction is to read Simak.”
The Oshkosh Connection (Max Fend)0 out of 5(0)
A Pakistani intelligence officer secretly communicates with a Mexican drug cartel.
A lobbyist is assassinated in the suburbs of Northern Virginia.
A US Senator receives death threats from a shadowy group.
There is a connection. And Max Fend has only days to discover what it is.
The chase leads CIA asset Max Fend from the Pacific coast of Mexico to the plains of Wisconsin, home of the largest air show in the world – Oshkosh. Beneath the drone of old warbirds and sleek aerobatics aircraft, Max and his partner Renee uncover clues that point to a global conspiracy. A conspiracy that traces back to the start of the war in Afghanistan, that explains the explosive growth of opioid use around the world, and creeps into the highest halls of power. With the clock ticking down on an ambitious assassination plot, Max and Renee must uncover the truth, before it’s too late…
An Innocent Client: Joe Dillard #10 out of 5(0)
A preacher is found brutally murdered in a Tennessee motel room.
A beautiful, mysterious young girl is accused.
In this Mystery Readers International finalist for “Best Debut Mystery,” criminal defense lawyer Joe Dillard has become jaded over the years as he’s tried to balance his career against his conscience. Savvy but cynical, Dillard wants to quit doing criminal defense, but he can’t resist the chance to represent someone who might actually be innocent. His drug-addicted sister has just been released from prison and his mother is succumbing to Alzheimer’s, but Dillard’s commitment to the case never wavers despite the personal troubles and professional demands that threaten to destroy him.
“Pratt’s richly developed characters are vivid and believable, especially the strong Southern women who fight their male-dominated culture from behind a facade of vulnerability in this brilliantly executed debut.” — Publisher’s Weekly
“It’s Scott Turow and Grisham… The opening chapter is maybe the most compelling I’ve read in a decade.” – Ken Bruen
Smart and sophisticated, with a plot twist that will leave you shaking your head in wonder, “An Innocent Client” — the first in the acclaimed Joe Dillard series — will also leave you begging for more.