Daily Archives: May 20, 2013

Don McNamara Author- GRANDPA DON FUN WITH ABBY & ALYSSA

      GRANDPA DON    FUN WITH ABBY & ALYSSA

      by Don McNarrara

      Introducing the pre-schooler and early reader to sign language 

      www.abbyandalyssa.com

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Lizzy Ford Author- RHYN ETERNAL GARBRIEL’S HOPE

      RHYN ETERNAL   GARBRIEL’S HOPE

      by Lizzy Ford 

      DEATH FINDS LOVE

      RHYN ETERNAL

      .  GARBIEL’S HOPE

      .  DEIDRE’S DEATH

      RHYN TRILOGY

      .  KATIE’S HELLION

      .  KATIE’S HOPE 

      .  RHYN REDEMPTION

      Lizzy Ford Books 

      GuerrillaWordfare.com

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Laurie Stevens Author- THE DARK BEFORE DAWN

      THE DARK BEFORE DAWN

      by Laurie Stevens 

      Laurie@lauriestevensbooks.com 

      www.lauriestevensbooks.com 

      Kirkus Star Recipient 

      Memorable characters, macabe scenes and a dazzling portrayal of reality will leave readers anxious for book two in the Gabriel McRay series. 

      Kirkus Reviews 

      Gabriel McRay Series 

      THE DARK BEFORE DAWN

      DEEP INTO DUSK 

     THE MASK OF MIDNIGHT 

      IN TWILIGHT’S HUSH

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James Holden-Rhodes Author- SMART AND FAITHFUL FORCE HENRY CLAY COCHRANE AND THE UNITED STATES MARIEN CORPS 1861-1905

      SMART AND FAITHFUL FORCE HENRY CLAY COCHRANE AND THE UNITED STATES MARIEN CORPS 1861-1905

      by James Holden-Rhodes 

      “HE WAS A REMARKABLE MAN … HE WAS ‘ORNERY’ AND MEANER THAN HELL …

      “James Holden-Rhodes has written a superb account of the life and contributions of a truly fascinating character in the history of our nation and the Marine Corps.  It is the brilliantly told and researched story of Henry Clay Cochrane, a hero, reformer and innovator … a must read for those interested in understanding the historical evolutiong of the Marine Corps into the renowned fighting force it has become …”

      “Jim Holden-Rhodes rescues the history of the Marine Corps from the post-Civil War ‘dark ages’ or organizational stagnation.  The career of Henry Clay Cochrane shows that few brave reformers pushed the Marine Corps to higher standards of appearance, discipline, training and marksmanship.  As it entered its imperial years, 1898-1933, the Marine Corps showed that its soaring self esteem was justified by it’s fighting skills.  Cochrane showed the way.” 

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