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On Waves of Glory

Young naval cadet Guy must make a choice—please his love, Marie, or his father … On Waves of Glory places the reader beside Count Guy de Kersaint, one of France’s greatest ship commanders during the mid-1700s, as he pursues a courtship for Marie on shore and learns the mariner’s lore at sea. Clashing in sea battles, surviving Chickasaw raids, and rescuing Barbary Coast slaves portray just a few of the dramatic exploits in his adventurous life. Guy strives for elusive fame and an unrequited love…which will destiny grant? This is the third book of the award-winning Tween Sea and Shore Series. All are based on historical records of those “iron men” who sailed the fastest frigate of its day, la Renommée—the Renown.
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Cold, Colder, Coldest

Someone is seeking vengeance. . . In this sequel to The law of Unintended Consequences, Detective Marie Stansky is now the acting head of TPD’s homicide department and her old partner, Torrance Stedman, has been reinstated as the designated detective in charge of cold cases. There are three. The first is a body found under a cement slab in the backyard of a posh Armory Park home. The remains prove to be decades old. The ten-year anniversary of the death of a crazy old Yaqui woman calls attention to the second. The third, and most troubling for Stransky and Stedman, is the body of a 14-year-old black girl found by hikers just off a mountain road. She disappeared from her bedroom two years prior, but the autopsy determined that she died many months later, raising two disturbing questions: Where had she been in the months between her disappearance and her death? Had she been a little white girl, would there have been a greater effort to find her when she first disappeared?
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Under the Influence

Sometimes the truth can set you free and sometimes it can imprison you. And it’s not always your choice. When thirty-year-old Cordelia Corbett returns to Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey and rejoins her boss at Kohr’s Frozen Custard after a sixteen-year hiatus, they immediately run into a crime scene at the Food Shack down the boardwalk. Cordelia is drawn to a handsome stranger as they both lend a hand. Soon, love may be in the air between them, if they can stop butting heads long enough to let it grow. Or will Cordelia’s new obsession with crime-solving stand between them?
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Even if Nothing Else Is Certain

Even if nothing else is certain … love still is. Ruby Foster loves her job as a Pack Horse librarian, but secretly she dreams of being a nurse. Since there are no schools for nursing in the hills of rural Kentucky in 1937, Ruby contents herself with harvesting medicinal plants, delivering her beloved library books, and dreaming. Dreaming mostly of a life that doesn’t leave her living in the past. Until one day she discovers that “past” camped out by the Hell for Certain creek. Could it really be Cole, the one who left her heartbroken so many years ago? Just when she starts to believe in her dreams and hope for love again, Cole reveals his true colors. Or is the truth she sees only another illusion? When nothing else in the world seems certain, can the bonds of friendship bring one searching heart and one lost soul together again?
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Land of the Blind

War is a terrible combination of mostly stupidity and tragedy. Land of the Blind is the fictionalised memoir that tells the untold story behind the scenes of the intelligence war in Afghanistan. It follows the operational tour of a military intelligence officer working in a small team of soldiers attached to the Afghan National Security Directive, whilst navigating the orders of their overly-ambitious commanding officer and the coalition’s increasingly confused mission in the sixth ‘decisive year’ since the invasion. 
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The Fever Hut

An elusive danger lurks in Havana's barrios and alleyways … In the summer of 1898, Duncan Cleary, a young army surgeon, is dodging bullets in the Cuban jungle. He’s in a chaotic little war made worse by elderly Civil War generals and deadly tropical diseases. At the war’s end, he boards a hospital ship to Havana where he finds new dangers: a bombmaker in need of a doctor, photographs of an exploding ship, and foreign officials who want the bomber and his photographs, even at the cost of kidnapping and murder.  Even more disturbing is the outbreak of yellow fever. Finding its cure will end the terror of epidemic death in the Americas and bring glory to the man who does it. Walter Reed arrives in Cuba with orders to investigate the disease. Cleary works with Reed and his colleagues as they race against antiquated ideas, foreign competitors, and each other to find a cure and claim a place in history.
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The Greater Good

What would you do to heal your child? Dr. Jonathan Morrison saves his son’s life with a kitchen knife, but finally realizes he has been in denial about the true cause of his son’s worsening symptoms. When he is contacted by Advanced Genomic Research, their promise of creating a revolutionary new treatment for his son seems too good to be true. And there is a catch. He is faced with an impossible choice – abandon a possible cure for his son, or embrace an ethical compromise that will change him forever.   His painful journey unearths a shocking revelation that will lead to either redemption or damnation….and the demise of countless unsuspecting victims, including everyone he loves. The Greater Good examines the potential for nefarious use of stolen genetic information, and the ways such practices could destroy lives and compromise our freedoms.
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Fleet Angels

For twenty-five years, Helicopter Utility Squadron Two (HU-2) called the Naval Air Station Lakehurst home. They did good in Lakehurst, but their best work was done at sea aboard navy ships where they completed a number of missions, including their primary job: that of saving lives. For this, they earned the name Fleet Angels. Here is their history, their struggles, their heroics, and their humor. Some of the stories came from reports, and some from magazines and books. But the best—the ones that show the heart, courage, and determination of these sailors to get the job done, regardless of the cost—came from the men and women themselves who sent in their recollections for this book.
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Not Until We Have All Your Wounded

Experiences of a medical evacuation helicopter pilot in Vietnam. "Get on the radio and call for a Dustoff!" This was the urgent call that signaled the need for a medical evacuation helicopter and aircrew in the thick of the Vietnam War. That's where a 20-year-old farm boy from Arizona found himself: a Dustoff pilot risking his life to rescue wounded fellow soldiers from the heart of the battlefield. After spending over eighteen months enduring basic training, flight school, and medic training, he eventually found himself posted to the 236th Medical Detachment, located in Da Nang, Vietnam, where he and his fellow aircrewmen embarked on countless daring missions. This is the story of his year-long combat tour, filled with heartbreak, heroism, and unforgettable experiences. Based on true events.
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Prisoner of Wallabout Bay

A young woman's daring quest to free the . . . Prisoner of Wallabout Bay. Sarah Barrett has only two choices … She can bow to her mother’s nagging and marry a handsome young lawyer, who is well-connected to the British military occupying New York. Or she can stick to her inky grind as a lowly apprentice at a newspaper where her foul-mouthed, ill-tempered boss keeps assigning her stories on ladies’ hair trends instead of the Revolutionary War intrigue she so wants to cover. Sarah’s relentless digging uncovers a story that nobody wants to even talk about, no less print. The British have set up decaying prison ships in the waters off New York. Risking everything, Sarah fights to expose rampant cruelty and wretched conditions, and in the process just happens to find love.
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