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Hot Rocks

Author : Nora Roberts
ISBN : 9781101171578
Genre : Fiction
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From #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts comes a thrilling contemporary romance that “burns with all the brilliance and fire of a finely cut diamond”(Publishers Weekly). Antiques dealer Laine Tavish is an ordinary woman living an ordinary life. At least, that's what everyone in the small town of Angel's Gap, Maryland, thinks. They have no idea that she used to be Elaine O'Hara, the daughter of a notorious con man... Laine's past catches up with her when one of Big Jack's associates turns up in her shop with a cryptic warning and is then run down in the street. Now the next target of a ruthless killer, Laine teams up with sexy PI Max Gannon to find out who's chasing her, and why. The anwer lies in a hidden fortune that will change Laine's life forever... Don’t want the story to end? Look for Big Jack by #1 New York Times bestselling author J. D. Robb and continue the adventure with Lieutenant Eve Dallas. Hot Rocks was previously published in Remember When
Category: Fiction

Creating Sanctuary

Author : Sherry Mitchell
ISBN : 0939009978
Genre : Gardening
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Residents of the Washington area will find practical ways to conserve water, eliminate chemical and pesticide use, and design environments that provide refuge for wildlife.
Category: Gardening

Uncertain Sanctuary

Author : Estelle Webb Thomas
ISBN : 0935704027
Genre : Mexico
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Edward Milo Webb; a polygamist who lived with his wives and children in the Mormon colonies of Northern Mexico from 1898 until the Madero revolution of 1912.
Category: Mexico

Sunset Bay Sanctuary

Author : Roxanne Snopek
ISBN : 9781420144253
Genre : Fiction
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The spectacular scenery and craggy beaches draw tourists to the small Oregon town of Sunset Bay. But Sanctuary Ranch offers a different kind of experience: a refuge for people—and animals—desperate for a new beginning . . . Haylee Hansen has made a career out of caring for and training the dogs and horses on her aunt’s ranch. Part halfway house, part work camp, it also gives troubled kids and adults the tough love they so desperately need. Haylee should know. She was her aunt’s first success story. But now her turbulent past is about to show up on her doorstep . . . After thirteen years running a level one emergency room in Portland, Dr. Aiden McCall arrives in Sunset Bay a broken man. Anger and anxiety have nearly taken over his life—and could sabotage his new job at the local hospital. Until someone proposes an unconventional solution: a therapy dog. Haylee has seen her share of damaged people, but no one like Aiden. As she tries to match him with the perfect dog, he’ll help her to see that no one has a perfect life. And that opening yourself up to love is the only way to heal your soul . . .
Category: Fiction

Mount Washington Narratives And Perspectives

Author : Edited by Mike Dickerman
ISBN : 9781625859013
Genre : History
File Size : 87.60 MB
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For two centuries, Mount Washington has been the object of countless writers' wonder and fascination. In this volume, more than twenty previously written pieces inspired by New England's highest peak have been carefully selected, and collectively these cover nearly every aspect of the mountain's storied past. Tag along on early explorations of the White Mountains and its fabled Presidential Range. Follow the history of the nation's first mountain-climbing train and witness many of Mount Washington's tales of human tragedies. Editor and area historian Mike Dickerman explores the captivating history of one of the Granite State's most remarkable places.
Category: History

Sanctuary Asia

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ISBN : UVA:X004696992
Genre : Zoology
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Author : Dale Allen
ISBN : 9780595752249
Genre : Fiction
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The last days are upon us. In the near future, a man will find his destiny by looking deep into the past. The battle for man's birthright will no longer be fought in the shadows. Against a great evil, a handful of brave humans have preserved man's hope in the darkest of days. In the vast darkness, a small gem shines with the light for the future. A beacon of hope for those who seek its shelter. A place known as Sanctuary.
Category: Fiction

Colorado S Sanctuaries Retreats And Sacred Places

Author : Jean Torkelson
ISBN : 1565793900
Genre : Travel
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From camp-like mountain retreats to urban sanctuaries to remote enclaves of miraculous natural beauty, this guidebook catalogs nearly 100 of the state's best sites for soul-searching through informative descriptions and full-color photographs. Photos.
Category: Travel

Texas Snakes

Author : John E. Werler
ISBN : 0292793316
Genre : Nature
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From the legendary, fear-inspiring Western Diamondback rattlesnake to the tiny, harmless Plains blind snake, Texas has a greater diversity of snake species than any other state in the country. Recognizing the public's need for a complete guide to identifying and understanding Texas' snakes, two of the state's most respected herpetologists have joined forces to create this definitive reference to all 109 species and sub-species of Texas snakes. Well-written species accounts describe each snake's appearance, lookalikes, size, habitat, behavior, feeding, and reproduction. The authors also include color photos and finely detailed line drawings to aid field identification, along with accurate range maps, a checklist of Texas snakes, a key to the species, and a brief discussion of classification and taxonomy. The authors round out this volume with essays on snake myths and misinformation, snakebite and its prevention, conservation, Texas biotic provinces, and a brief history of Texas herpetology.
Category: Nature

Sanctuary Lake Home

Author : David E. Malberg
ISBN : 9781490808710
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 68.25 MB
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Sanctuary Lake Home emphasizes the importance of family life. Today, more than ever, we need to enjoy our children and grandchildren. Homes are divided, but they can be united in Christian love and harmony. In this play, grandparents Taavi and Susan Mohler and their granddaughters, Sara and Tina, enjoy various lake and home activities together during a week in July. Devotions, prayers, music, and congregation services are part of the family celebration. Rabbis and pastors who are called and anointed by the Holy Spirit are important teachers who help us to focus and encourage us to live holy and exemplary lives.
Category: Fiction