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Max wants to run, but they find him every time. After a normal day at school turns into the double homicide of his parents, Max finds himself in a strange place surrounded by stranger people. Harrison, a boy who can teleport, shows him the ropes and warns him not to stray too far away from the group. The people who killed his parents are after all of them.
Say No To Bullying! “There once was a ferret, a ferret named Phil. His mother was Shirley, his Father was Bill. They all lived together, inside an old mill, and as far as I know, they are living there still.” Phil is the happiest of ferrets as he sits by the lake with his friend Jane, until the mean Hugo the Hawk decides to ruin their picnic! Using his smart mind, Phil comes up with a clever plan to show his bully that he isn’t afraid to stand up for himself. This story has captivating rhyming...
William “Mac” MacCrarey is about to learn who he truly is. He’s also about to be thrust upon the world stage and pushed to his emotional and intellectual limits. Merrill MaGeah and Kyle Dunham, Elders of the Clan Camulodunum, are determined to fulfill their Clan’s purpose after more than 1,500 years of waiting for the right heir and the right time. They’re hope is that Mac can be that heir. They arrange for him to become Deputy U.S.
From Australia's latest must read female poet comes a collection of contemporary poetry, reflecting on the value systems instilled by our modern society. This collection encourages & conscious thought, in the hope a brighter future may emerge. Her poetry includes themes such as gender equality, climate change, the class system, hope and kindness. What reviewers on goodreads thought -
Humans long to realize their own potential and some struggle each day to grasp even the smallest fraction of what they could and should be. Corim Vale, the fighting sage, struggles to be a better man, not only for himself but in order to help the less fortunate in the world. An educator, warrior and adventurer, Corim had a gentle heart and a thirst for the unknown. Little does he suspect, the unknown is about to find him and kick him in the teeth...
Return to the quaint little town of Peaceful, Wisconsin, from Karen Wiesner's award-winning Family Heirlooms Series, where you first met and fell in love with these colorful, lovable friends. Now you can read the stories of those secondary characters in an all-new spin-off series. Nuggets of faith can be passed down as heirlooms from friend to friend, heart to heart, soul-mate to soul-mate. Book Seven Friendship Heirloom: Purity All good things must come to an end, but bad things continue...
A high-tech exec. A small-town innkeeper. And one very pushy sister! It’s December, and Mary Delaney has little to show for her tenth year at Wood Smoke Lodge. Her business has been steadily dwindling. Her relationship prospects, too. Enter Mary's sister Anna, who has an idea that could change everything. But Anna demands that she gets to call all the shots, and that could spell trouble.
'By Samborombón Bay: The Hunt for Carl von Menen' is the sequel to my debut novel 'Out of Mecklenburg: The Unwilling Spy'. Forty years after German Foreign Office diplomat Carl von Menen disappeared in Argentina, former British secret agent Richard Blandy is tasked with finding him. Can Blandy uncover the truth about the events of 1945? And whatever happened to the half-tonne of gold von Menen took with him?
Berlin, 1941. Carl von Menen is a young diplomat at the German Foreign Office. He leads an increasingly dangerous life, secretly hating the Nazis despite working with them, all hidden beneath a veneer of civil service neutrality. When Carl is posted to Buenos Aires to gather information on the emerging United Officer's Group, both his own life and that of the woman he loves are soon in grave danger.