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Heart Of Thunder

Author : Johanna Lindsey
ISBN : 9780062106520
Genre : Fiction
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No man had ever dared to force his attentions on stunning, fiery Samantha Kingsley -- until Hank Chavez, the rough-hewn, insolvent outlaw, aroused the spirited hellion's wrath...and her passion. Samantha vowed to slaughter the impulsive rogue...if her father didn't do it first. For there's only one thing Chavez wants more than the Kingley's sprawling Mexican homestead: to ignite in Samantha's breast...and to take the tempestuous beauty in bold, rapturous conquest.
Category: Fiction

The Legend Of Thunder Moon

Author : Max Brand
ISBN : 0803212690
Genre : Fiction
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Thunder Moon, unaware that his father was a white man, struggles to make a name for himself among the Sky People
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The Heart Of Thunder Mountain

Author : Edfrid A. Bingham
ISBN : EAN:4064066160470
Genre : Fiction
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"The Heart of Thunder Mountain" by Edfrid A. Bingham. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Category: Fiction

Red Wind And Thunder Moon

Author : Max Brand
ISBN : 0803212682
Genre : Fiction
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The Thunder Moon series represents some of Max Brand?s best work, originally published in 1927?28 as a series of interlocking stories. The University of Nebraska Press is now republishing these stories uncut and in the sequence Faust intended, with careful reference to the original typescripts. In order, the works appear in four volumes as The Legend of Thunder Moon, Red Wind and Thunder Moon, Thunder Moon and the Sky People, and Farewell, Thunder Moon. Red Wind and Thunder Moon originally appeared in 1927 issues of Western Story Magazine. In this work, Walking Horse, war chief of the Omissi band of the Cheyennes, pays a mysterious visit to the Suhtai band, among whose foremost chiefs is Big Hard Face. Big Hard Face proudly shows Walking Horse the large herd of fine horses presented to him by his son, Thunder Moon, who has captured them in daring raids upon their traditional enemies, the Comanches. Feigning a desire to buy some of the horses, Walking Horse cleverly concludes a bargain with Big Hard Face, over Thunder Moon?s objections, that obliges the young warrior to accept an unknown gift. Big Hard Face is ecstatic over the good price he has received for the horses; Thunder Moon awaits the ?gift? with foreboding.
Category: Fiction

Guardian Heroes Heart Of Magic

Author : Tang Xiao
ISBN : 9781647960735
Genre : Fiction
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After a magical showdown nature was greatly damaged and the magic element on the continent also therefore detest human refuse to be driven by human sorcerer adoni who has a magical heart and can continue to use magic gradually found on the continent that after the disappearance of magic evil forces continue to appear and adoni is also in and evil forces in the confrontation grew into a guardian of the hero of the continent
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Heart Of The Storm Return To Sender

Author : Lindsay McKenna
ISBN : 9781488095610
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New York Times bestselling author Lindsay McKenna and USA TODAY bestselling author Merline Lovelace bring on the danger in these beloved stories of romantic suspense! Heart of the Storm by Lindsay McKenna Dana Thunder Eagle ran away from the Rosebud reservation, hoping to leave the past behind her forever. Now, two years later, the killer is still on the loose—and only Dana has the ability to stop him. Chase knows his latest mission may be his hardest: to whip Dana into fighting shape in just five weeks. United in a life-or-death mission, Chase and Dana must learn to lean on each other if there is any chance of stopping a madman who seeks to destroy a people’s history...and future. Return to Sender by Merline Lovelace Sheryl Hancock was this close to announcing her engagement to a nice steady guy when she was thrown together with dashing Harry MacMillan—a U.S. marshal on the trail of a fugitive. He claimed that twenty-four-hour-a-day togetherness was for her own safety, but that gleam in his eye had Sheryl wondering where the real danger lay: outside his arms—or in them….
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Reflections From The Heart Of Educational Inquiry

Author : George Willis
ISBN : 0791405567
Genre : Art
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This unique book discusses and illustrates the ways the arts have influenced curriculum inquiry and the teaching and learning process. It is divided into two parts. The first part focuses on aesthetic, epistemological, ethical, ontological, and political explanations of the influence of the arts on curricula. The second part offers personal accounts by well-known scholars who have been influenced by works of art and who have translated those influences into their classroom curricula and teaching.
Category: Art

Blaze Of Lightning Roar Of Thunder

Author : Helen Rosburg
ISBN : 9781605429793
Genre : Fiction
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Scalp hunters massacred her family, all the people of her village, and left Louisa Rodriguez for dead. Years later when horse wrangler Ring Crossman came across the half-wild woman in the wilderness, she would not tell him her name. He gave her his heart, although he knew there was no room in her life for anything but revenge.
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A Voice Of Thunder

Author : George E. Stephens
ISBN : 0252067908
Genre : History
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George E. Stephens, the most important African-American war correspondent of his era, served in the famed black Fifty-fourth Massachusetts Regiment, subject of the film Glory. His letters from the front, published in the New York Weekly Anglo-African, brilliantly detail two wars: one against the Confederacy and one against the brutal, debilitating racism within his own Union Army. Together with Donald Yacovone's biographical introduction detailing Stephens's life and times, they provide a singular perspective on the greatest crisis in the history of the United States. Stephens chronicled the African-American quest for freedom in reports from southern Maryland and eastern Virginia in 1861 and 1862 that detailed, among other issues of the day, the Army of the Potomac's initial encounter with slavery, the heroism of fugitive slaves, and the brutality both Southerners and Union troops inflicted on them. From the inception of the Fifty-fourth early in 1863 Stephens was the unit's voice, telling of its struggle against slavery and its quest to win the pay it had been promised. His description of the July 18, 1863, assault on Battery Wagner near Charleston, South Carolina, and his writings on the unit's eighteen-month campaign to be paid as much as white troops are gripping accounts of continued heroism in the face of persistent insult. The Weekly Anglo-African was the preeminent African-American newspaper of its time. Stephens's correspondence, intimate and authoritative, takes in an expansive array of issues and anticipates nearly all modern assessments of the black role in the Civil War. His commentary on the Lincoln administration's wartime policy and his conviction that the issues of race and slavery were central to nineteenth-century American life mark him as a major American social critic.
Category: History