The story is about a family; Immigrant from Ireland who find work in early America, the lead character finds love as he grows; both in his job and life; work for the most was more manual, many thing done by hand not machines, the families they worked together and helped each other, these families worship together and trust God for their safety and daily needs; it also tells of some of the struggles they fight with in life; both in work and love.
2) Cedar Creek
This book is about life in the old West with bandits to apprehend, bar brawls to stop, a family not knowing the outcome of one of their family in jail, they journey to liberate him from the hangman's noose, a sense of duty demands action on one side there's law and order; the other whatever force is needed to protect their kin.
John Richard Green was a 19th century British historian who wrote a multi-volume, comprehensive history of England and its people. It is a seminal work for anyone interested in English history.
Everybody has a dream. Few people ever get to live it. Richard was one of the few. Try John Leslie Green's latest novel, 'Richard's Band,' the exploits of a bunch of folks that ask, "Who says it's too late to start a rock band?"
Madison was a virgin. She wasn't particularly pretty though she was not un-pretty. She was not tall nor short, dark nor light, heavy nor slight, blonde nor brown. She was mired in middle-class suburban existence, and had attended neither the right nor the wrong school. She was as talented as the next girl. If average was an absolute instead of being right smack in the middle, she would be extravagantly, dizzily, exorbitantly average. Zachary was a...
Buckeye Battleground is the result of a decade's worth of research at the Bliss Institute on elections in Ohio, with special emphasis on the 2004 and 2008 presidential campaigns, and the 2006 gubernatorial campaign. This book seeks to explain why Ohio is, and has been, at the center of American elections. Using historical analysis, demographic data, and public opinion surveys, the authors demonstrate Ohio's role as the quintessential "battleground"...
7) Rod of Moses
1923. When RAF airman Jack Toulson finds a wooden box buried in the desert, he hopes to uncover a cache of jewels or even an antique sword, but all it contains is a worthless old stick with Arabic writing on it. Disappointed, he shoves it into his bag and thinks no more of it. The next day, he decides to take a picture of the empty horizon with his new Kodak Hawk-Eye, but when the picture is developed, it shows a camel-train that had not been there....
Walking around Lee-on-the-Solent provides tantalising glimpses into its past - whether it's the balconied Victorian buildings in Pier Street, the Art Deco frontages above the shops in Marine Parade West, the airfield with its gliders soaring peacefully overhead, the hovercraft museum, the sight of yachts on the sparkling waters of the Solent, or the lengthy list of names on the War Memorial. And perhaps you remember, or have heard talk of, the Tower...
John Green's family moved to Lee-on-the-Solent just in time for the outbreak of war in 1939. For a seven-year-old, war sounded like an exciting adventure, but as he sheltered with his mother and sister under the stairs during an air-raid, someone said they thought they heard machine-gun fire. They all held their breath and listened, but the noise turned out to be the rhythmic rat-a-tat of his mother's trembling knee knocking against the panelling....
10) Bright Spots
Why Bright Spots? In writing this book, my purpose is to identify the presence of light within those who have given thought to giving up. There have been many who have given up when faced with hardships. There are many who, as of this moment, are having thoughts of giving up. This book may inspire you (and them) to consider a different perspective and make a decision to live. There are moments in our lives when we experience situations that leave...
11) The Trusted
A secret band of radical environmentalists, under the name 9S have spent years secretly infiltrating industry and government, working themselves into the most trusted jobs... sleepers ready to act. As a series of global catastrophes erupt, Australian ex-CIA agent Dr Tori Swyft, finds herself at the centre of it all. Having once been briefly recruited as a 9S member at university, she may be the world's only chance of stopping the threat before it's...