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Deadly Shore

Author : Frank Sullivan
ISBN : 1940707285
Genre : Fiction
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When young Irishman, Conor Rogan, arrives in Miami to Captain Bob Castagna's charter yacht, he soon attracts the attention of his beautiful wife, Eva, and his shy yet equally seductive stepdaughter, Abi. When he is framed for the killing of a local Cuban crime lord on a voyage to the Bahamas, Conor suddenly finds himself on the run from both the Miami Police who want him for murder, and the Cuban's two vicious sons who seek to exact a brutal revenge for their father's death. A stranger in a foreign land, Conor endures torture and violence as he races against time to clear his name. Left with no other choice, he must turn to the only two people who believe him: Rita, a beautiful young Cuban woman he has just begun a relationship with, and his brother-in-law, Danny, a violent ex-IRA man living in Florida. With the clock ticking, Conor's journey leads him from the exotic Bahamas to the streets of Miami and Fort Lauderdale and then out into the unforgiving Florida Everglades before reaching its violent and bloody conclusion. About the Author: Frank Sullivan Frank Sullivan lives in Ireland. A Graphic Designer and Illustrator by profession, he is a keen writer, artist and sailor who has lived and worked in various locations, travelling extensively to places like Hawaii, French Polynesia, Europe and South Florida. Over the years he has edited a trade magazine and written many articles and short stories, as well as illustrating for various magazines and newspapers.

Deadly Shores

Author : Taylor Anderson
ISBN : 9780451465665
Genre : Fiction
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Commander Matthew Reddy leads the USS Walker through a nightmarish battle on the beaches of “Grik City” while the Lemurians try to take back their sacred homeland in the latest novel in the alternate history series following Storm Surge.

Eden S Deadly Shore

Author : John Ivor
ISBN : 1477610464
Genre : Fiction
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Maggie is a working girl, by chance among English gentry pioneering a wilderness in The Great Southland. The settlers intend to create an Eden for themselves where, unlike turbulent Europe, class divisions are rigidly observed.At 17 Maggie falls for a dashing Hussar officer, but finds that wisdom gained only from books can be misleading. Undeterred, and prodded by her grim past, she applies her flawed knowledge to seeking justice for the dispossessed native people. To "guarantee peace" the brutal police chief of Swan River Colony is butchering them.Maggie's reasoning is sound but Fate is unkind. Her good intentions result in bloody conflict. Her personal obsession of a fair go for all in the new land must battle the biggest obstacle of all − human nature.While self-contained, this is a sequel to Maggie's exciting odyssey to womanhood in Run Maggie Run.

From Torture To Triumph The Lost Legend Of A Man Who Opened America Guillaume Couture

Author : Michael Fenn
ISBN : 9781483432649
Genre : Canada
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Ambushed in the wilderness along with French missionaries, this early pioneer in America survived torture and captivity to become an esteemed advisor to the much-feared Mohawks and other Iroquois nations. Guillaume Couture's remarkable life shows how fate, adaptability and courage can influence the course of history. His life story teaches us some very contemporary lessons about the power of faith, experience and openness to other cultures. From centuries-old source documents, Michael Fenn has pieced together the remarkable story of a young carpenter's rise from obscurity to influence in 17th America - revealing the forgotten saga of an ancestor of thousands of Americans and Canadians.

Alexander The Great In The Persian Tradition

Author : Haila Manteghi
ISBN : 9781786723666
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Alexander the Great (356–333 BC) was transformed into a legend by all those he met, leaving an enduring tradition of romances across the world. Aside from its penetration into every language of medieval Europe, the Alexander romance arguably had its greatest impact in the Persian language.

A Hard Cruel Shore

Author : Dewey Lambdin
ISBN : 9781250030085
Genre : Fiction
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“You could get addicted to this series. Easily.”---The New York Times Book Review The year 1809 starts out badly for Captain Alan Lewrie, Royal Navy, and his ship, HMS Sapphire. They’ve extracted the sick, cold survivors of Sir John Moore’s army from disaster at Corunna, got hit by lightning while escorting the army to England, and suffered a shattered mainmast which may end Lewrie’s active commission if a replacement can’t be found or fashioned soon. Admiralty needs troopships, not slow, old Fourth Rate two-deckers, so Lewrie must beg, borrow, steal, and gild the facts most glibly if he wishes to keep her and her skilled crew together. Just when he imagines he’s succeeded, new orders come appointing him a Commodore over a wee squadron assigned to prey upon French seaborne supply convoys off the treacherous north coast of Spain, better known as the Costa da Morte, the Coast of Death, where the sea may be more dangerous to him and his ships than the French Navy! Basing out of newly won Lisbon, where Lewrie hopes his mistress from Gibraltar, Maddalena Covilhá, might move, he’s sure of one thing: It's going to be a rocky year that, hopefully, doesn’t involve wrecking on the rugged shores of Spain!

The Fatal Shore

Author : Robert Hughes
ISBN : 9780307815606
Genre : History
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In this bestselling account of the colonization of Australia, Robert Hughes explores how the convict transportation system created the country we know today. Digging deep into the dark history of England's infamous efforts to move 160,000 men and women thousands of miles to the other side of the world in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Hughes has crafted a groundbreaking, definitive account of the settling of Australia. Tracing the European presence in Australia from early explorations through the rise and fall of the penal colonies, and featuring 16 pages of illustrations and 3 maps, The Fatal Shore brings to life the incredible true history of a country we thought we knew.

The Knickerbocker

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ISBN : PSU:000020205836
Genre : Literature
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The Knickerbocker

Author : Charles Fenno Hoffman
ISBN : UOM:39015030080918
Genre : Periodicals
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Sanibel Island Under Siege

Author : Emmet Sparks
ISBN : 9781602477605
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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On the tranquil pristine beaches of Sanibel Island, a mysterious sinister invasion has occurred that will forever change the resort paradise. While shelling on the tranquil shores of Sanibel Island, Eleanor Pippin makes a discovery of death that will change the lives of the island residents forever. Fear of the unknown grips the island community as they rally together to find hope and deliverance. Sanibel Island under Siege is a story of inhumanity, cruelty and terror, yet is interwoven with a clear message of hope, faith and courage. An entire community is forever changed when the forces of evil come head-on with the power of good! Emmet Sparks weaves a suspenseful drama that is written in storyteller fashion. It is a story of injustice...a story of faith...and a story of sacrifice.

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