Powerboat Racer: My review


Powerboat Racer: My review.

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Swann’s Lake of Despair: SPOTLIGHT THIS GREAT TITLE


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Synopsis:

When rare photos, a scandalous diary, and a beautiful woman all go missing at once, the stage is set for three challenging cases for Henry Swann. It begins with an offer to partner up with his slovenly, unreliable frenemy, Goldblatt. The disbarred lawyer-turned-“facilitator” would provide the leads and muscle, while Swann would do all the fancy footwork. A lost diary by a free-loving Jazz Age flapper is worth enough to someone that Swann takes a beat down on an abandoned boardwalk. Pilfered photos of Marilyn Monroe propel him deep into the past of an alcoholic shutterbug, his wife; and he’s hired to search for a lonely writer’s runaway girlfriend. The cases converge and collide in a finale that lifts the curtain on crucial, deadly facts of life for everyone including Swann himself.
Charles Salzberg is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in Esquire, New York magazine, Elle, Good…

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GARDEN SAFARI: VEGETABLE SOUP


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Garden Safari: Vegetable Soup
Authors: Eluka Moore, Larry Puzniak and Marianne Welsh

Illustrated by: Kristen Gau

Close your eyes and take in the amazing aromas of the incredible ingredients that have been added to some simples stock to make vegetable soup created by some very special kids. Join the adventure, grab your own basket of vegetables and follow along as the Kitchen Club Kids invite you on this special mission. Calling all kids that love a good mission and adventure to come outside to this garden tilled with fresh vegetable to cook. Check out the amazing illustrations helping the project and the garden come alive. Take your basket, theirs being red, and let’s go on this Garden Safari along with the Kitchen Club Kids and check out what they decided to start with: First and foremost they needed a pot. A big one! How about two yellow onions that will…

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TO THE BREAKING POINTE


TO THE BREAKING POINTE.

POEMS THAT TELL A STORY


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Musings of a Modern Romantic: Poetic Thoughts of Michael Peter Smith

Stories can be told in many different ways and through many different venues. Author Michael Peter Smith has chosen to allow readers to enter a world that he feels expresses his thoughts, hopes, desires and will open your mind and heart to, “The Musings of a Modern Romantic.” Life is a journey and each one of us creates the events, situations and stories that when completed would fill the pages of our own autobiographies if we recorded each and every event we encountered every day. Within the poems penned by our talented author individual stories are woven, a single tapestry is created and within it you can picture the many decades of his life filled with joy, sadness, frustration, hope and eventually love.

There are 13 individual sections within this book each one with poems that are unique to…

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POEMS THAT TELL A STORY


POEMS THAT TELL A STORY.

SPOTLIGHT: STRONG DARKNESS


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SYNOPSIS: STRONG DARKNESS:

CHAT TIME: BLOG TALK RADIO WILL SPOTLIGHT JON LAND AND STRONG DARKNESS ON: OCTOBER 15TH AT FOUR EASTERN.

1883: Texas Ranger William Ray Strong teams up with Judge Roy Bean to track down the Old West’s first serial killer who’s stitching a trail of death along the railroad lines slicing their way through Texas.
The Present: Fifth Generation Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong finds herself pursuing an-other serial killer whose methods are eerily similar to the one pursued by her great-grandfather almost a century-and-a-half before. But that’s just the beginning of the problems confronting Caitlin in her biggest and most dangerous adventure yet, starting off when the son of her reformed outlaw boyfriend Cort Wesley Masters is nearly beaten to death while at college.
The trail of that attack at Brown University leads all the way back to Texas and a Chinese high-tech company recently awarded the contract…

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