The Oatman massacre is among the most famous and dramatic captivity stories in the history of the Southwest. In this riveting account, Brian McGinty explores the background, development, and aftermath of the tragedy.
1862. The Old West. Sheriff Jack is an undercover soldier from the future. He searches for a simple ledger known only as The Black Book. Alone and trapped in the past, Jack must find a way to get the book to safety before his demons catch up with him.
A dying white man tells his black nurse the story of the disintegration of his family in 1960s Mississippi after the town he grew up in tried to sweep a young black boy's murder aside.
Blaine Butler is the Alpha Werewolf of a lopsided pack. He has more singles than couples, and the singles are demanding the impossible: They want him to find a mate. After tiring of hearing the request, Blaine decides to take off and find one.
"A outstanding book"
Young Edward De Clopton is the sole surviving heir to his family's wealth and position in England, but he doesn't want the job. His father thinks he's a bumbling idiot. His enemies think he's the last obstacle to power and wealth. His mentor, one of the most renowned warriors in England, thinks he's an annoying burden. His girlfriend thinks he's a plaything.
David J. Greene's words are the epitome of poetic grace. His poems will take your mind to places of romance, heartbreak, and fantasy. His words cut deep to the soul, leaving you breathless and inspired all at once. If you've ever flipped through the radio in the hopes of finding a song that fits your mood, you'll find yourself doing the same thing with the pages of Unkempt Dreams.