A wildly inventive story about love, madness, friendship, hippies, tsunamis, murder and the great hereafter all in a vivid tropical setting. It is funny, fascinating and touching. If you have never been to the Big Island, this book will make you want to go. If you have been there, this will make you feel like you have returned. The perfect book for a hammock and a tall drink.
Some loves transcend time. Some loves were never meant to be. Some loves are cut short by the evil of others. When Sheriff James Tolbert and his fiance were killed by a malicious rancher and his cutthroat minions, nobody could expect that the very passion that fueled their love would be the same passion that fueled ghostly revenge. When grave robbers unearth Sheriff Tolbert's tomb searching for Old West relics, a vengeful spirit is unleashed on a small Texas town hellbent on revenge.
"If you love ghost stories, this book is for you!"
For the first time ever, read about the history of the Dallas Zoo - the oldest and biggest zoological park in Texas. It has entertained people of all ages since 1888, and it shows no signs of stopping. Learn about the zoo's humble beginnings. Follow its development as it struggles for survival. Enjoy a story filled with life, death, comedy, tragedy, and drama. Explore the History of the Dallas Zoo.
Leon flies a crop duster. He also drinks a bit, and so he figures he'd better find a place outside of town to take off and land, just to avoid investigations. He stumbles across an abandoned government airfield deep in the Great Dismal Swamp, not far from Old Mill, North Carolina. He also discovers a lot of barrels filled with something - and being the paranoid type - eventually he starts to worry they'll find him with those barrels, and it will be trouble. He decides to get rid of it by "dusting" it over the local fields. Who will know?