Author : Craig Johnson
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Penguin Books
ISBN : 9780143119531
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An effort to remove a junkyard adjacent to a lucrative Wyoming land development project is thrown into conflict when human remains are discovered at the site, a situation that pits Sheriff Walt Longmire and his companions against increasingly volatile locals.

Author : Monique Polak
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Publisher : Orca Book Publishers
ISBN : 9781554693771
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Justin is fascinated with the aged guard dog at the corner store. He names it Smokey and sneaks the dog treats. Smokey belongs to a company that supplies working dogs to local businesses. Justin is thrilled to get a job working for Smokey's company, until he learns about the mistreatment of the animals. When Justin can't shake his suspicion that someone in the company is involved in a rash of thefts, he tries to quit. But Justin knows too much, and his boss won't let him go.

Author : Wendy Macdonald
Genre : Children's stories, Australian
Publisher : Nelson Thornes
ISBN : 1869614100
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Designed to be used by children in their first six months of school PM Starters One and Two

Author : W. Bradford Swift
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Publisher : Porpoise Publishing
ISBN :
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As a teenage zoo owner and the head of an eco-team that's been tasked to overcome global warming and protect endangered species, Zak Bates is as busy as ever. Despite much help from a truly stellar multi-species coterie, his life, in a word, is wild, and it seems that things are about to get hairier. When the eco-team receives word from the Council of Animals of the Spiritual Frontier about a curious disturbance amongst New York's animal population, it soon becomes clear that something truly sinister is afoot—or apaw—and, worse, the plague is prodigious. Across the city, scores of store owners, led by real estate mogul, Stanford Ivory, have started using and abusing junkyard dogs as living burglar alarms and stray cats as mousers. Having been abandoned at birth, Faith Bandara is particularly sensitive to such abuse. She resolves to use her empathic abilities to save these sentient beings from a life of servitude. Faith and her street-smart friend, Midge Meadows, join the eco-team to do just that, but will it be enough to turn the tide against such ruthless forces? As Zak and his team begin to dig deeper, they find that the truth is worse than expected. Yes, someone must save these animals by bringing the syndicate's crimes to a stop. The only question that now remains is where exactly to start. With Vol. IV of the thought-provoking Zak Bates Eco-adventure series, we're shown again: a heartfelt message can only enhance a thrilling expedition.

Author : Greg Klein
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : ECW Press
ISBN : 9781770902244
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A Big Easy legend returns to the limelight New Orleans was once one of the hottest cities for pro wrestling because of one man ' Sylvester Ritter, better known as the Junkyard Dog. JYD became a legend in the Big Easy, drawing huge crowds to the Superdome, a feat no other wrestler ever came close to. In 1980, he managed to break one of the final colour barriers in the sport by becoming the first black wrestler to be made the undisputed top star of his promotion. This biography aims to restore JYD to his deserved place in the history books by looking at his famous feuds, the business backstories, and the life of the man outside the ring. The King of New Orleans recounts the story of how an area known for racial injustice became the home of wrestling's most adored African'American idol. A remarkable tale of a man still remembered on the streets of New Orleans and in the hearts of pro wrestling fans.

Author : Jay Farrar
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Catapult
ISBN : 9781593765538
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The former Uncle Tupelo and current Son Volt musician presents snapshots of the people and places he encountered during his decades-long touring career. In this collection of beautifully crafted autobiographical vignettes, Jay Farrar visits the places he’s journeyed to during his more than twenty years as a traveling musician. While recollections of Farrar’s parents and his formative childhood in the Missouri Ozarks are prominent throughout the stories, it is music and musicians that are given the most space and the final word, since music has been his creative impetus and driving force. In writing these stories, Farrar found a natural inclination to focus on very specific experiences; a method analogous to the songwriting process. The highlights and pivotal experiences from that musical journey are all represented as the binding thread in these stories, illustrated throughout with photography from his life. If life is a movie, then these stories are the still frames. “Falling Cars and Junkyard Dogs extends Farrar’s talents as he exhibits an eye for detail and a grasp of the human condition that proceeds directly from his own introspective nature.” —All About Jazz “Provides some illumination of the creative mind of a very private artist.” —Kirkus Reviews

Author : Charley Marsh
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Timberdoodle Press LLC
ISBN : 9781945856174
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Bounced through an asteroid field like a pinball, Major Rita King crashes her damaged star cruiser on a lifeless planet. Her troubles are just beginning. Rita loves her ship. Loves the feel of deep space between the stars. Loves being a galaxy cop. But holding the spot of top pilot in the elite Red Barons leaves little time for anything else in her life. Maybe that’s why she missed the signs that all was not well in her world. Someone she trusted tampered with her ship and sent her out to die. Things go from bad to worse when Rita’s repaired ship is captured and she is forced to work in a mine filled with a deadly bacteria. Even if she escapes she’ll be a fugitive from the very agency she swore to uphold. Her life in tatters, Rita fights to find answers. Who betrayed her, and why? science fiction action/adventure, science fiction mystery, female pilot, sci-fi/fantasy, science fiction alien contact

Author : J.J. Jan
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Publisher : Austin Macauley Publishers
ISBN : 9781528972819
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The question is: can dogs and cats be friends? The most unlikely of allies must band together against a common enemy; can they put aside their differences, learn to understand each other and be triumphant? What twists and turns with the story take? What will they have to learn? Who will help them? And why is there such a strange sense of familiarity between them? Join the characters on a different sort of adventure, as they battle to overcome their differences and preconceived ideas and learn how to work together. The story is a powerful journey through friendship and self-realization. And yet they still have so much to learn.

Author : Charley Marsh
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Timberdoodle Press LLC
ISBN :
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Bounced through an asteroid field like a pinball, Major Rita King crashes her damaged star cruiser on a lifeless planet. Her troubles are just beginning. Rita loves her ship. Loves the feel of deep space between the stars. Loves being a galaxy cop. But holding the spot of top pilot in the elite Red Barons leaves little time for anything else in her life. Maybe that’s why she missed the signs that all was not well in her world. Someone she trusted tampered with her ship and sent her out to die. Things go from bad to worse when Rita’s repaired ship is captured and she is forced to work in a mine filled with a deadly bacteria. Even if she escapes she’ll be a fugitive from the very agency she swore to uphold. Her life in tatters, Rita fights to find answers. Who betrayed her, and why? This is how it all begins. Get all thirteen books plus a free short story, Alcatraz Moon, at one special price.

Author : Charley Marsh
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Timberdoodle Press LLC
ISBN :
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The second volume in the Junkyard Dog collection series contains books four, five, and six. RUBY CITY Ruby City hides secrets thousands of years old. None worth dying for. One worth killing for. Major Rita King takes her newest crew member to visit the famed Ruby City where they find far more than Rita bargained for. Book Four of the Junkyard Dog series, Ruby City once again calls on Rita King’s brains and courage in an unexpected and richly detailed world. DOUBLE CROSS Sometimes even the simplest of tasks go wrong. Important business takes space pilot Rita King and her companions to the galaxy’s Central Bank on ZetiTau, an efficient, strictly controlled planet. Customers show up. Conduct their business. Spend a few credits. Leave. Exactly the way banking should be conducted. Too bad not everyone follows the rules. Double Cross takes Rita and her friends deep into the strange heart of ZetiTau banking where few have ventured before. SPIDER SILK Spider silk. Lighter than air. Indestructible. No wonder Rita King wears spider silk skinsuits and wants them for her crew. To get them Rita must give in to the Spider Woman’s unusual demand. “Come to Kwaku.” Kwaku. Home of the mysterious Spider Woman. Home to the giant silk spiders. Never before visited by an outsider. Why the invite now? Spider Silk, Book Six of the Junkyard Dog series, takes Rita King and her companions into the bizarre and deadly world of spider silk.