Jason Brown, a bank robber and killer, was comfortable taking anything he wanted.
Author: James S. Kelly
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Jason Brown, a bank robber and killer, was comfortable taking anything he wanted. When he made a proposition to Sarah Sanchez and was rebuffed, he kidnapped her and made his getaway to the Santa Ynez Mountains. Tommy Sanchez, the son of Sitting Bull, reverting to his days as an Indian Brave, went in search of his wife. He used all his skills he learned at the feet of his famous father, to track down the two. The reader will be mesmerized at the final confrontation between the two men.
This is the best-selling story of Nova Scotia's famous tolling dog. The legends and stories of the old tolling men and their dogs of Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, is part fact and part fiction.
Author: Gail MacMillan
Publisher: Halifax, N.S. : Nimbus
This is the best-selling story of Nova Scotia's famous tolling dog. The legends and stories of the old tolling men and their dogs of Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, is part fact and part fiction. Here, at last, is the full story of the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever and the men and women who bred them, trained them and brought them to prominence. The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever is Canada's first and only true Canadian bred dog. For almost two hundred years the dog was unknown outside of southwestern Nova Scotia. The dog's particular hunting technique – tolling – was first recorded in North America by Nicholas Denys and became part of the folklore of the Maritimes. Straight out of "Ripley's Believe It or Not" is the dog's astonishing ability to lure waterfowl. This powerful and mesmerizing effect in drawing waterfowl toward the shore is just one of the many intriguing secrets associated with this amazing canine. Gail MacMillan became enthralled with Tollers many years ago and became determined to unlock the dog's engaging past.
Routinely regarded as madmen, lifesavers and villains (often within the course of the same match), goalkeepers have always been looked upon as a breed apart - what other profession could unite the likes of Banks, Jennings and Yashin with ...
Author: Nick Hazlewood
Publisher: Mainstream Publishing Company
Routinely regarded as madmen, lifesavers and villains (often within the course of the same match), goalkeepers have always been looked upon as a breed apart - what other profession could unite the likes of Banks, Jennings and Yashin with Grobbelaar, Higuita, David Icke and the Pope? From Fatty Foulke to Albert Camus, Julio Iglesias to Vladimir Nabakov, there's something about a keeper that's often eccentric, serene, intellectual, vulnerable and very, very lonely.
This is the story of Britain, told through the native breeds that have nourished and nurtured the nation.
Author: Adam Henson
Publisher: Random House
Discover a forgotten British heritage. The protection and promotion of the UK’s native rare breeds is something that’s in Adam Henson’s blood. His father, Joe, established the Rare Breeds Trust in 1973,and they have been a core attraction at their Cotswold Farm Park, and a part of the Henson family story ever since. In A Breed Apart, Adam Henson takes readers on a very personal journey around the nation, discovering the animals that have shaped our lives and our land throughout the centuries. From postcard perfect Highland Cows to the Cotswold sheep (for whom the Cotswolds are named), to the fearsome, four-horned Manx Loagthan ram and the Ulster White Pig, Adam travels the length and breadth of the British Isles, uncovering the history of these ancient animals, meeting the specialists and farmers who are passionate about their preservation, and shares his hopes for the future of these magnificent and unique breeds and his fight for their survival. This is the story of Britain, told through the native breeds that have nourished and nurtured the nation.
This entertaining behind-the-scenes study takes the dedicated horse-player to California's tracks to meet Jack Kaenel, who booted Aloma's Ruler to victory in the Preakness, and Chuck Jenda, who trained Brown Bess to an Eclipse Award.
Author: Mike Helm
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
This entertaining behind-the-scenes study takes the dedicated horse-player to California's tracks to meet Jack Kaenel, who booted Aloma's Ruler to victory in the Preakness, and Chuck Jenda, who trained Brown Bess to an Eclipse Award. These and many other professionals are by your side as races are analyzed, bets placed, and questions answered about everything from claiming races, turf versus dirt, drugs, fixed races, and more. This informed look at the sport of kings offers information unavailable from any other source.
"Something like that." Just as her life begins spiraling out of control, the answer comes to her in a dream. In exchange for a token of blood, a demon will give her everything she desires. She says "yes.
Author: Natasha Rogue
Callie Michaels isn't pretty or popular, but her singing more than makes up for all she lacks. And as long as she focuses on what's really important, she can survive high school. But how can she focus with all the drama? Between her best friend's odd issues and a daily dose of weirdness from the social elite, she's starting to wonder if she's the only normal one around. He pulled the front door open. "That's how it's done." I rolled my eyes and made my way through the crowd that had spilled into the hall, muttering. "That's how it's done. Yeah? Where? In the jungle?" "Yeah." James' breath on my nape sent a chill down my spine. "Something like that." Just as her life begins spiraling out of control, the answer comes to her in a dream. In exchange for a token of blood, a demon will give her everything she desires. She says "yes." From that point on, she finds herself changing, becoming something far from normal. Something dangerous. No one is what they seem-least of all her. While the supernatural creatures around her struggle to maintain their humanity, Callie slowly loses hers. She doesn't even know what's important anymore. Friendship, the future, love? And is there anyone who can make her care?
This is the exciting & sometimes humorous true story of the formation & progression of ATF's air arm.
Author: Charles H. Weems
Publisher: S S I Publications
This is the exciting & sometimes humorous true story of the formation & progression of ATF's air arm. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms pioneered the use of airplanes in the surveillance & trailing of violators of the law. AGENTS THAT FLY tells the true story of the early days of this endeavor. The initiative, determination & dedication of a few ATF agents & the backing of their supervisors, who were not afraid to take a chance for fear of making waves, made the air operation a tremendous success & one of the best investigative tools ever perfected by any law enforcement agency. The fact that ATF was the "red-headed stepchild" of federal law enforcement has never prevented its agents from living up to their potential. AGENTS THAT FLY is a follow-up to A BREED APART, LC 92-90110. (Illus). 270p., 1992, $18.95 (0-9634357-0-1); pap. $12.95 (0-9634357-1-X) S S I Pubns. This is a true story of federal law enforcement officers & the war they waged on illegal organizations producing as much as 1,000 gallons of moonshine whiskey per day, seven days a week. It is written by a retired U.S. treasury agent & looks at the many facets of large-scale illegal production & distribution of whiskey in the southeast. Every incident in the book took place & is told as it happened. There are many humorous incidents & 40 photographs. The work involved raiding illegal distilleries, working undercover, chasing moonshine whiskey vehicles, investigating assaults on federal officers & numerous aspects of law enforcement. Order from SSI Pubns., 3350 Little Circle, Gainsville, G A 30506; 404-538-0482.
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Author: Victor Woods
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
In this “energetic” (Publishers Weekly) memoir, Victor Woods vividly recounts a trouble-filled and misunderstood coming-of-age in the suburbs of Chicago, the rollercoaster ride that led him to captain a multi-million dollar counterfeit scheme, and his life-changing stint in federal prison. In 1990, Victor Woods was charged by the US federal government with organizing a credit card scam worth more than forty million dollars. He refused to implicate his family and friends for a reduced sentence. His lawyer at the time remarked that he was “a breed apart.” In his authentic, matter-of-fact style, Woods shares the details of his evolution from a rebellious teen to a white-collar criminal and what inspired him to turn his life around while locked away as a federal inmate. Woods’s misdeeds and missteps remind us that sometimes we can be our own worst enemy. His remarkable turnaround shows us that no matter our past we can always make good on a second chance.
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Author: Pierre Davis
Lt. Elliot Elliot, aka E Squared. A botched drug raid yanks him off the street and into a cubicle at the Pearson Institute of Health Sciences, where he’s reduced to hunting down stolen laptops. Then the ultimate insult: track down an escaped lab animal, a seventy-five-pound black Labrador retriever. But the dog turns out to be an extraordinary creature at the heart of an international collision between science, money, lust, and life itself. And as Elliot struggles to understand what’s going on, the dog must wage its own desperate battle for survival . Elliot encounters a trophy wife from his own past, a professional killer with a medieval bent, a comatose surgeon with a checkered history, and a billionaire locked in a frantic struggle to stay alive—all connected to a dog that guards a secret far deadlier than anyone can imagine.