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The Sheriff of Sage Bend (Home on the Ranch #28)

by Brenda Mott

Seven years ago Lucas Blaylock let his dark family history cost him a future with Miranda Ward. Now the independent Montana cowgirl needs him to help find her missing sister. This time Lucas won't let Miranda down. This time he can't walk away. Miranda has never forgiven Lucas for leaving her at the altar. But with her sister's life at stake, she must once again put her trust in the seductive lawman. As danger trails them into treacherous territory, Miranda has no defense against her powerful feelings for Lucas.

The Sheriff's Secretary

by Carla Cassidy

Sheriff Lucas Jamison was the law in his small bayou town. And secretary Mariah Harrington had often weathered his powerful fury as she stood between him and her boss, the mayor. But when her son was kidnapped, Mariah knew Lucas wouldn't rest until he was found. With no witnesses and no leads, she also knew she'd have to reveal her damning secrets to this straight-arrow lawman. But that was the least of her worries, as her paralyzing fear turned into passionate comfort in his arms. With a sadistic kidnapper taunting them both with dead-end clues and a ticking clock, it would take something unexpected and precious to give them strength and bring back her son against all odds....

Sherlock Holmes

by Jennifer Kasius

With countless clubs, films, and books celebrating Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's legendary Sherlock Holmes, the popularity of literary history's favorite sleuth has never dimmed. Can you solve the case of the "Red-Headed League"? How about the "Empty House"? Sherlock Holmes can! All of the essential Holmes mysteries are efficiently organized in this tiny tome, which can either be enjoyed in small bites or devoured in one sitting. Featuring synopses, character profiles, and illustrations, this miniature edition brings to life the suspense and mystery of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's classic tales.

Sherlock Holmes and the Ice Palace Murders

by Larry Millett

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson visit an ice palace built for an ice carnival in St. Paul, Minneapolis. He discovers the severed head of a would be groom imbedded in an ice block. The mystery is on in excellent Sherlokian fashion.

Sherlock Holmes and the Needle's Eye

by Len Bailey

Embark on a journeythrough the Old and New Testament with Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson asthey explore exotic and spice-laden places in search of clues. The detective and the doctor travel back intime with the help of a Moriarty-designed time machine to investigate ten Bibledestinations, unlocking clues to ten Bible mysteries. The most fascinatingcrime cases are those that are already solved, those that have beeninvestigated by the police and brought to a swift, satisfying, and almostinevitable conclusion. So it is with Bible stories which the reader mayconsider familiar and unremarkable. But under close scrutiny these stories giveup their hidden clues, their long kept secrets. Like a jewel newly polished,they sparkle and shine with a fresh, introspective light. While traveling back in time to witnesscertain scenes, Holmes and Watson unravel ten different Biblical mysteries,including the following: · The Hanging Tree: Why did Ahithophel hang himself?· Righteous Blood is Red: Is Zechariah the son of Berekiah orJehoiada in Matthew 23? · You Miss, You Die: Why did David take five stones against Goliath?· Dead Man Walking: Why did Jesus delay in coming to Lazarus in John11?

Sherlock Holmes: Dr Jekyll and Mr Holmes

by Loren D. Estleman

Accompanied by Dr. Watson, master sleuth Sherlock Holmes has already encountered the evil young hedonist Edward Hyde, and knew he was strangely connected with Henry Jekyll, the wealthy, respectable London doctor. It was not until the Queen herself requested it, however, that Holmes was officially on the case of the savage murder of Sir Danvers Carew -- the blackest mystery of his career! Although Robert Louis Stevenson published his tale of Jekyll and Hyde as fiction, the hideous facts were true, insofar as Stevenson knew them. Here, then, is the entire firsthand account of that devilish crime as recorded by Dr. Watson, with an explanation of why Holmes's personal involvement had to be kept secret -- until now...

Sherlock Holmes For Dummies

by David A. Crowder Steven Doyle

Get a comprehensive guide to this important literary figure and his author. A classic literary character, Sherlock Holmes has fascinated readers for decades -- from his repartee with Dr. Watson and his unparalleled powers of deduction to the settings, themes, and villains of the stories. Now, this friendly guide offers a clear introduction to this beloved figure and his author, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, presenting new insight into the detective stories and crime scene analysis that have has made Sherlock Holmes famous. Inside you'll find easy-to-understand yet thorough information on the characters, recurring themes, and locations, and social context of the Sherlock Holmes stories, the relationship of these stories to literature, and the forensics and detective work they feature. You'll also learn about the life of the author. Better understand and enjoy this influential literary character with this plain-English guide. Gain insight on these classic Doyle tales -- from the classic Hound of the Baskervilles to the lesser-known short stories to Holmes stories written by other mystery writers. Explore the appearance of Sherlock Holmes on film, TV, and stage. Examine Holmes today -- from the ever-expanding network of fans worldwide to story locations that fans can visit. It's elementary! Sherlock Holmes For Dummies is an indispensable guide for students and fans alike!

The Sherlock Holmes Handbook

by Eugene Smith Ransom Riggs

"My name is Sherlock Holmes. It is my business to know what other people don't know." This reader's companion to the casework of Sherlock Holmes explores the methodology of the world's most famous consulting detective. From analyzing fingerprints and decoding ciphers to creating disguises and faking one's own death, readers will learn how Holmes solved his most celebrated cases--plus an arsenal of modern techniques available to today's armchair sleuths. Along the way, readers will discover a host of trivia about the master detective and his universe: Why did Holmes never marry? How was the real Scotland Yard organized? Was cocaine really legal back then? And why were the British so terrified of Australia? Full of fascinating how-to skills and evocative illustrations, The Sherlock Holmes Handbook will appeal to Baker Street Irregulars of all ages.From the Hardcover edition.

Sherlock Holmes in America

by Martin H. Greenberg Daniel Stashower Jon L. Lellenberg

Sherlock Holmes makes his American debut in this fascinating and extraordinary collection of never-before-published crime and mystery stories by bestselling American writers. The world's greatest detective and his famous sidekick Watson are on their first trip across the Atlantic as they fight crime all over nineteenth-century North America. From the bustling neighborhoods of New York City and Washington, D.C., to sunny yet sinister cities like San Francisco on the West Coast, the world's best-loved British sleuth will face some of the most cunning criminals America has to offer, and meet some of America's most famous figures along the way. Each original story is written in the extraordinary tradition of Doyle's best work, yet each comes with a unique American twist that is sure to satisfy and exhilarate both Sherlock Holmes purists and those who always wished that Holmes could nab the nefarious closer to home. This is a must-read for any mystery fan and for those who have followed Holmes' illustrious career over the waterfall and back again.

Sherlock Holmes: Séance For a Vampire

by Fred Saberhagen

When two suspect psychics offer Ambrose Altamont and his wife the opportunity to contact their recently deceased daughter, the wealthy British aristocrat wastes no time in hiring Sherlock Holmes to expose their hoax. He arranges for the celebrated detective and Dr. Watson to attend the family's next seance, confident in Holmes' rationalist outlook on the situation. But what starts as cruel mockery becomes deadly reality when young, beautiful Louisa Altamont appears to her parents in the flesh as one of the nosferatu--a vampire! The resulting chaos leaves one of the fraudulent spiritualists dead. Sherlock Holmes missing, and Dr. Watson alone and mystified. With time running out, Watson has no choice but to summon the only one who might be able to help--Holmes' vampire cousin, Prince Dracula. Alternately narrated by Watson and the charismatic Dracula himself, Seance for a Vampire demonstrates that heroes are sometimes found in the most unlikely places. Saberhagen has recast Bram Stoker's paragon of evil into a noble, witty and chillingly powerful character.

Sherlock Holmes: The Spirit Box

by George Mann

Summer, 1915. As Zeppelins rain death upon the rooftops of London, eminent members of society begin to behave erratically: a Member of Parliament throws himself naked into the Thames after giving a pro-German speech to the House; a senior military advisor suggests surrender before feeding himself to a tiger at London Zoo; a famed suffragette suddenly renounces the women's liberation movement and throws herself under a train. In desperation, an aged Mycroft Holmes sends to Sussex for the help of his brother, Sherlock.

The Sherlock Holmes Stories of Edward D. Hoch

by Edward D. Hoch

A dozen marvelous tales of deduction, featuring history's most famous detectiveIn a heavily mortgaged country house, an heiress's sinister guardian attempts to trap her in a bedroom with a rare Indian swamp adder--a murder averted only by the timely intervention of Sherlock Holmes. Five months after the events of "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Holmes and Watson are called back to Stoke Moran by a frightened gypsy who claims that the viper has gotten loose again. Holmes is unsure which poses a greater danger: the rumored snake, or the possibility that the gypsy is telling lies.In these dozen tales, short story master Edward D. Hoch resurrects the most brilliant mind in the history of detective fiction. In the style of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Holmes tangles with circus tigers, Druidic curses, and a pair of Christmas killings. Here is the finest detective of the Victorian age--recreated by one of the greatest mystery writers of the twentieth century.

Sherlock Holmes: The Veiled Detective

by David Stuart Davies

A young Sherlock Holmes arrives in London to begin his career as a private detective, catching the eye of the master criminal, Professor James Moriarty. Enter Dr. Watson, newly returned from Afghanistan, soon to make history as Holmes' companion. . . By turns both shocking and exciting, David Stuart Davies' controversial take on the Holmes mythology is a modern classic in crime fiction that will defy all expectations. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's timeless creation returns in a new series of handsomely designed detective stories. From the earliest days of Holmes' career to his astonishing encounters with Martian invaders, the Further Adventures series encapsulates the most varied and thrilling cases of the worlds' greatest detective.

Sherlock Holmes vs Dracula or the Adventure of the Sanguinary Count

by Loren D. Estleman John H. Watson

Dr. Watson's account of the encounter between the two fictional greats.

Sherman

by Agostino Von Hassell

He was named after an enemy of the United States. He was proslavery despite his loyalty to the Union. He burned and pillaged an already beaten foe on a march history will never forget.If, as he famously said, "war is hell," William Tecumsah Sherman can be classified as a flamethrower of ruthless ferocity. Defined by his contradictions, Sherman achieved immortality in his role as Ulysses Grant's hammer in the Civil War. A failed banker and lawyer, Sherman found his calling with the outbreak of war in 1861. With indecision a common ailment among Union generals early the conflict, Sherman's temperment and unwavering focus on the mission at hand-preserving the Union-helped shift the fortunes of North and South.Authors Agostino Von Hassell and Ed Breslin present Sherman as once man and phenomenon. From Bull Run to Shiloh, from Vicksburg to Chattanooga, and from Atlanta to Savannah, Sherman carved the Confederacy with a feral singularity of purpose. At times disheveled and informal to a fault, "Uncle Billy" became a hero whose legend only grew with allegations of villainy.

Sherman: Soldier's Life

by Lee B. Kennett

Lee Kennett offers a brilliant new interpretation of the general's life and career, one that probes his erratic, contradictory nature. Here we see the making of a true soldier, beginning with the frontier society and the extraordinary family from which he came, his formative years at West Point, and the critical period leading up to the Civil War. Throughout the spirited battles at Bull Run and Shiloh, the siege of Vicksburg, and ultimately, the Great March, Sherman displayed a blend of drive, determination, and mastery of detail unique in the annals of war. By drawing upon previously unexploited materials and maintaining a sharp, lively narrative, Lee Kennett presents a rich, authoritative portrait of Sherman -- the man and the soldier -- who emerges from this work more human and more fascinating than ever before.

Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love - A B.A.D. Collection

by Sherrilyn Kenyon Dianna Love

Includes Phantom in the Night, Whispered Lies, Silent Truth and an excerpt from Alterant

She's All That

by Kristin Billerbeck

With her two best friends, Lilly Jacob is contemplating life, love, and the pursuit of the perfect pedicure. When Lilly Jacob's coveted promotion as a fashion designer is given to a less-talented co-worker and her boyfriend develops issues with monogamy, she's convinced her bad hair day is responsible for it all. Will a Spa Weekend with her Spa Girls help? Or will it take more desperate measures?

She’s Gone Country

by Jane Porter

Shey Darcy, a 39-year-old former top model for Vogue and Sports Illustrated led a charmed life in New York City with a handsome photographer husband until the day he announced he'd fallen in love with someone else. Left to pick up the pieces of her once happy world, Shey decides to move back home to Texas with her three teenage sons. Life on the family ranch, however, brings with it a whole new host of dramas starting with differences of opinion with her staunch Southern Baptist mother, her rugged but overprotective brothers, and daily battles with her three sons who are also struggling to find themselves. Add to the mix Shey's ex-crush, Dane Kelly, a national bullriding champ and she's got her hands full. It doesn't take long before Shey realizes that in order to reinvent herself, she must let go of an uncertain future and a broken past, to find happiness--and maybe love--in the present .

She's Having a Baby

by James Douglas Barron

Insider tips and advice for men on the roller-coaster ride called pregnancy and childbirth--the ideal gift for any expectant Father's Day James Barron, two-time dad, has written a funny, down-to-earth, and practical book that every man needs when his wife is expecting a baby. He offers suggestions on what to do (and how to act!) from those first moments of anticipation to the main event, including: Helping her deal with her physical and emotional changes Early pregnancy sex (getting used to the new constraints) Keeping up with insurance papers and other forms Dealing with your fears that something will go wrong Middle pregnancy sex (enjoyable surprise!) The top ten things never to say to a pregnant woman Questions you should ask the obstetrician Late pregnancy sex (challenging, but possible) Starting out--the first six weeks of fatherhood This unique book will bring a smile or two to the men--and to the women who love them--while providing precious assistance to make pregnancy the experience of a lifetime.

She's Having a Baby (The Cameo #2)

by Marie Ferrarella

The Cameo - One Special Necklace, Three Charm-Filled Romances! When vivacious MacKenzie Ryan met her dour new neighbor, it was hardly love at first sight.

She's Having His Baby

by Linda Wisdom

"Will you be the father of my baby? Jake Roberts was everything Caitlin O'Hara wanted in her baby's father--he was fun, witty and gorgeous. They'd shared every intimate detail of their lives since kindergarten. Why not a baby? Because friends didn't cross that line. No, Caitlin had to find an anonymous donor. But then, late one evening, overwhelmed by the magic of the moment, Jake gave her the night she had wanted since forever ... and unknown to him, he also gave her the baby. But how was she going to tell him he was going to be a daddy?

She's Having the Boss's Baby

by Kate Carlisle

All Systems Are Go! Ovulation cycle? Check. Estrogen level? Check. Nothing can stop Ellie Sterling's baby-making attempt at the fertility clinic. Nothing but her CEO boss-and good friend-who offers her an alternative to leaving their island headquarters: let's make a baby the old-fashioned way.It isn't that Aidan Sutherland wants to be a baby daddy; he just doesn't want to lose his senior VP. But Aidan's plans for romance and candlelight quickly turn business into pleasure. After one night with his pal Ellie, the bikini-chasing billionaire is dazed, confused and-could it be-in love?

She's in a Better Place (Fairlawn Series, Book 3)

by Angela Elwell Hunt

Jennifer Graham is struggling to make ends meet while running the Fairlawn Funeral Home, raising two children, and studying for her national board exam. Her work takes on a new dimension when Gerald Huffman, her assistant and mentor, reveals that he has a serious illness. When she learns that he and his daughter haven't spoken in years, Jen decides to help them reconcile . . . but things don't go exactly as she planned. Jennifer is longing for stability in her life . . . but she soon discovers that life isn't stagnant; it's always changing. Once again, the mortuary is a setting for lessons of laughter, love, and life.

She's No Angel

by Kira Sinclair

Lexi's Diet Tips for Naughty Girls Chocolatier Lexi Harper shares her secrets for having your cake and eating it-and him-too!1. When a craving hits, give in! It's amazing what you can do with some melted chocolate and an equally melt-in-your-mouth guy. 2. Just a tiny taste will do...unless it's a taste of architect Brett Newcomb with his icy blue eyes and killer body. 3. Then work it off-big-time! Treat yourself to all the wicked-hot sex you can get. No calories! So, go for it. After all, too much of a good thing can be sinfully delicious...

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