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v-s-carnes's picture
Feb.28.2011
Caine Garnette is a Strategic Service officer accepting of his own fate. Jaded by his past, he embarks on a quest to save a small child from destruction, only to find his own salvation deep in the sandy heart of Arabia. He also finds an Englishwoman stolen from the streets of Jerusalem. Although...
carol-berg's picture
Jan.04.2011
In the Third Book of the Rai-kirah, Seyonne is besieged by doubt, madness, and visions that insist that he will destroy the world. Even his steadfast hope, that somehow Prince Aleksander is destined for greatness, seems doomed. For a royal murder sends Aleksander on the run as the Derzhi Empire...
carol-berg's picture
Jan.04.2011
Book 2 of the Books of the Rai-kirah.  Two years after his battle with the Lord of Demons, Seyonne is tired, troubled, angry, and frustrated. As Ezzaria's only remaining Warden, he carries the entire burden of the worsening demon war on his shoulders. But a demon encounter unlike any in...
carol-berg's picture
Jan.02.2011
Book 1 of the Books of the Rai-kirah.  Seyonne is a man waiting to die. He has been a slave for sixteen years, almost half his life, and has lost everything of meaning to him: his dignity, the people and homeland he loves, and the Warden's power he used to defend an unsuspecting world from the...
james-g-workman's picture
May.18.2010
The dramatic story of the Bushmen of the Kalahari is a cautionary tale about water in the twenty-first century-and offers unexpected solutions for our time. "We don't govern water. Water governs us," writes James G. Workman. I n Heart of Dryness, he chronicles the memorable saga of...
vijaya-schartz's picture
Oct.29.2008
Rookie Border Patrol Agent Kaitlin Harrington hates Christmas and all men, since her lover jilted her and she lost her unborn child on Christmas Eve. This year, as she guards the Mexican border in southern Arizona, she encounters more than she can handle. No amount of training prepared Kaitlin to...