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Unguarded MomentsDorrance Publishing. 2018
Unguarded Moments By: W. S. Johnson Unguarded Moments is a romantic adventure. Join in on the journey of a couple who met on a social networking site. Their relationship develops and grows as they move to emails and then phone numbers, then while on a romantic getaway a terrorist attack threatens the entire nation’s survival. The couple’s own struggle to survive and then to find their families for their survival shows how in spite of, or perhaps because of, their love they grow into an unbreakable bond.
The Fantail PigeonCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform. 2016
This special re-print edition of Charles A. House's book "The Fantail Pigeon" contains all the information a person needs to master the basics of breeding and raising Fantail pigeons. Written in 1900, included are details on raising and breeding this beautiful well known breed of pigeon. The text offers a fascinating look at how this famous pigeon breed was bred, raised and exhibited in the old days. Note: This edition is a perfect facsimile of the original edition and is not set in a modern typeface. As a result, some type characters and images might suffer from slight imperfections or minor shadows in the page background.
Murder on Pratas ReefBookBaby. 2007
It’s summer, 1965, and the USS Frank Knox, DDR-742, a destroyer, radar picket ship, on its way from Yankee Station off the coast of Vietnam to the port of Hong Kong for a much anticipated liberty, runs aground on Pratas Reef, just south of Hainan. A massive salvage operation is put into motion to rescue the ship. In the meantime, crew members have come across a grisly discovery: the body of C.C. Green, Boatswain’s Mate First Class. He was murdered sometime during the night. Clues are scarce, as is information about C.C. Green, but when his past is revealed almost everyone on the ship becomes a suspect. R.J. Davis, young Signalman Third Class is on board the destroyer tender, Prairie, in Hong Kong when she is called on to proceed to Pratas Reef and salvage the Frank Knox. R.J. and his shipmates are unhappy about the operation because they, too were looking forward to liberty in Hong Kong. Navy investigator William C. Deavers arrives on the scene and begins his investigation into the murder. He recruits R.J., whom he knows from The Haverfield Incident a year earlier, to assist him with the investigation. Thus, the salvage operation and the murder investigation proceed simultaneously. R.J. takes us back to Longmont, Colorado, and his leave the year before. He went back to attend the wedding of his good friend, Chuck, and his ex-girlfriend, Renee, but when he renews his friendship with the enigmatic Millicent Brewer, things begin to get complicated in a romance sort of way. During the salvage operation and murder investigation, the sailors form new friendships, renew old ones, contend with shipboard animosity when news of the Watts riots is broadcast, and help discover the key to solving the murder. The investigation and salvage operations slowly come to conclusions and we learn the reason for the murder of C.C. Green, at the hand of someone no one would have suspected. R.J. concludes his relationship with Millicent by mail, and sets his sights to a future when, in five months, he is discharged from the Navy. R.J. learns about salvation, and that it can come in many forms. He learns first hand about the unfairness of life, and how innocent people can become caught up in the vortex of tragedy.
The War AngelBantam. 2007
A military adventure that puts you at the scene of some of the most intense covert action—from an Air Force combat crewmember who’s experienced what it’s like to fall from heaven armed for hell… The War Angel As a member of the Air Force’s elite pararescue team, Senior Master Sergeant Jason Johnson has been dropped into some of the hottest spots in the world. But this time the mission Johnson has been assigned is the last one he wants to accept. He will be dropped alone into an Afghan war zone and will assume the identity of a rogue drug lord. Once in place, he’ll have to lead a convoy of super opium and weapons across a brutal landscape—straight into the arms of some of the world’s most infamous terrorists. It’s a trap, of course, but who is the bait and who is the victim? Miles inside enemy territory, marked as an international criminal, Johnson is fighting not only for survival but to avenge a past score—and hoping to stay alive for just one more shot at taking his target down for good. From the Paperback edition.
The Yellow BuoyArc Publications. 2013
The Yellow Buoy is CK Stead's fifteenth collection of poetry, in which the writer journeys in time and space from Croatia and Colombia to Karekare and the Côte d'Azur; Catullus returns to receive plaudits, write to friends and read the world; and various other literary fellows appear in person, dream or conversation - Allen Curnow and Hugh Kawharu, Frank Sargeson and Barry Humphries, Robert Creeley and Katherine Mansfield. Alongside glimpses of fantails and elegies for friends, The Yellow Buoy also includes translated versions of poems by Eugenio Montale, Carlo Vita and Philippe Jaccottet.
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