An essential document of the first American war of the new century. During this journey into war, Rodgers and his crew embraced the dangers, the numbing fatigue, and the moments of stark fear of the young armored cavalrymen they lived with twenty-four hours each day, an experience that created for them the lifelong bond that only soldiers serving together under fire share.
"It was hot and muggy inside the desalinization plant. The building was drenched in sunshine, but enclosed, allowing no wind." This is a collection of 22 Sci-Fi stories. Enjoy tales of time travel, dystopian futures, apocalypse, aliens, genetic engineering, and much more.
"not bad for a first book"
In the two decades before the Civil War, free Americans engaged in history wars every bit as ferocious as those waged today over the proposed National History Standards or the commemoration at the Smithsonian Institution of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. In One Nation Divided by Slavery, author Michael F. Conlin investigates the different ways antebellum Americans celebrated civic holidays, read the Declaration of Independence, and commemorated Revolutionary War battles.
The head of a Colombian drug cartel captures an alien shot down by his men and coerces the extraterrestrial to use its advanced technology to enhance his cocaine empire. It is up to DEA Special Agent Paul Brittany to discover the source of a new type of cocaine that is hitting the streets. His team uncovers an alien invasion plot 10,000 years in the making that could spell the end of mankind.
Thirteen Loops: Race, Violence, and the Last Lynching in America recounts the story of three innocent victims, all of whom suffered violent deaths through no fault of their own: Vaudine Maddox in 1933 in Tuscaloosa, Sergeant Gene Ballard in 1979 in Birmingham, and Michael Donald in 1981 in Mobile. The death of Vaudine Maddox - and the lynchings that followed - serves as a cautionary tale about the violence that occurred in the same region nearly 50 years later.
From bed bugs that get under your skin, literally… to necrophilia, serial killers, the paranormal, cults, freak shows, jilted lovers and even a old curse are told within in the twenty horrifying stories from Tales From A Mortician. Each story will have your skin crawling or your stomach turning. Masterfully told by a writer who has more experience with the dead than anyone ever should, Michael Gore, who is a mortician by day, horror writer by night. Mr. Gore uses the bodies that come into his basement everyday as inspiration for his terrifying tales.
Everything About Rabbits is an audiobook on the care of rabbits as a whole; from basic housing, feeding, care of nails and teeth, to selecting the best breed to get. This book includes an exhaustive list of all the rabbit breeds accepted by the American Rabbit Breeders Association. Certain rabbit breeds make better pets than others, much the same way as in the dog world. It's important to research this before getting a rabbit, so you have the best experience possible.
Penny always envied her friend Amber, but lost touch with her over the years. Amber comes to visit and confesses to Penny that she had killed her own children by letting them drown. Amber let her children drown, and then blamed it on her husband, who was drunk and didn't remember what he did or where he was, and so was convicted of the heinous crime.
A novel based on historical and fictional events. In this expansive examination of Man's nature, the author takes us into a world where the government controls everything, war is a constant reality, and no one can be trusted. Throughout it all, one family clings to their values while standing fast against the forces that would see them torn apart. Ranging in time from the distant past to the near future, FEAR! takes the listener on a journey to the center of Hell.