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Mesa Verde (Stagecoach Station, # 24)

by Hank Mitchum

Stage driver uint Burgess had returned from the East with a half Indian bride. She was Laurel Fox, who had left her tribal home and, against all odds, had become a physician trained in the white man's medicine. Quint and Laurel were determined to bring these healing practices to her people, the proud Southern Cites. But they would have to face down four determined hard cases, each with a personal score to settle with Quint. And they would have to conquer the fear and suspicion of the Cites themselves. A desperate showdown loomed among the haunted stone dwellings of Mesa Verde--home to the troubled spirits of an ancient people and refuge for a revered medicine man, Laurel's grandfather, whose powers were greater than any the white man had ever known.

The Mesmer Menace

by James Hamilton Kersten Hamilton

Welcome to the Amazing Automated Inn, home of twelve-year-old inventor Wally Kennewickett, his genius scientist parents, and his dashing dog, Noodles. From the lightning harvester on the roof to the labs full of experiments in the dungeon, the inn is a wonderful place for a curious boy and his loyal dog to live. That is, until President Theodore Roosevelt himself calls the elder Kennewicketts away, leaving Wally and Noodles to face the evil Mesmers, horrible hypnotists bent on controlling the minds of powerful people. It seems the inn is their first stop on the way to world domination . . . and only an ingenious boy, a staff of automatons, and a brave dachshund stand in their way!

Mesmerized

by Lauren Dane

Andrei Solace delivers death on silent feet as an assassin for the Phantom Corps. Mercenary Piper Roundtree thought she was over him. But against the backdrop of an impending war, their passion is rekindled. Now the lovers must join forces- in more ways than one-to save the Known Universe before the Imperialist enemy hurls it into irreversible chaos.

The Message

by L. D. Thompson

Have you ever wished that you had an operator's manual for life when you were born? The Message: A Guide to Being Human offers a clear message: You are a spiritual being living in a body to fulfill a specific curriculum... that of your Soul. For three decades LD Thompson has traveled the globe and influenced thousands of individuals to re-connect with their own internal benevolent teacher. He states that the more you listen to your Soul and act on its values and urgings, the more graceful and joyous your life becomes. In the tradition of a spiritual classic, The Message is an inspiration to seasoned spiritual practitioners and new seekers alike. It offers powerful recommendations for how to achieve greater awareness of your Soul's curriculum and methods to implement it in daily life. Some books claim you can have anything you want. The Message teaches that your greatest happiness will come when you engage the guidance of your Soul in the process.

The Message (Animorphs #4)

by K. A. Applegate

The Animorphs head out to sea to find an alien ship with the help of amazing dolphin morphs.

Message From Malaga

by Helen Macinnes

With a true interpretation of Spanish life, the people and the culture the tale begins set in a café's patio in Malaga. Ian Ferrier is on holiday visiting his friend Jeff Reid - who is more than just a wine merchant. Ian discovers that he is a member of the CIA, illegally smuggling Cubans into Spain. A high powered refugee arrives and Ferrier soon realizes he is also mixed up in the happenings of Jeff Reid's life having been given full responsibility for the new arrivals safety.

Message From A Mistress

by Niobia Bryant

From national bestselling author Niobia Bryant comes a sexy, unforgettable novel about love, infidelity, and the importance of keeping your friends close--and your enemies closer. . . Through good times and bad, longtime friends Jaime, Renee, Aria, and Jessa have shared just about everything. But all hell breaks loose when Jessa texts them a shocking revelation: she's been sharing her bed--with one of their husbands. Worse, she refuses to name which husband. And all three wives believe they have reason to worry. . . The betrayed trio vow to stick together. But before the identity of Jessa's lover is revealed, each woman's deepest secrets will be exposed for all to see--and they'll need each other more than ever. A fast-paced, sexy romp. --APOOO Book Club Grabs your attention from the first page. --The RAWSISTAZ ReviewersThis novel is packed with unbelievable drama that will capture readers from page one. --Books 2 Mention Magazine

Message from Nam

by Danielle Steel

As a journalist, Paxton Andrews would experience Vietnam firsthand. We follow her from high school in Savannah to college in Berkeley and then to work in Saigon.For the soldiers she knew and met there, Viet Nam would change their lives in ways they could never have imagined. For the men in her life, Viet Nam would change their lives in ways hey could not escape or deny. Peter Wilson, fresh from law school, was a new recruit who would confont his fate in Da Nang. Ralph Johnson, a seasoned AP correspondent, had been in Saigon since the beginning. He knew Vietnam and the war inside out. Bill Quinn, captain of the Cu Chi tunnel rats, was on his fourth tour of duty and it seemed nothing could touch him. Sergeant Tony Campobello had come to Vietnam from the streets of New York to vent a rage that had followed him all the way to Saigon. For seven years Paxton Andrews would write an acclaimed newspaper column from the front before finally returning to the States and then attending the Paris peace talks. But for her and the men who fought in Viet Nam, life would never be the same again.From the Paperback edition.

The Message in the Hollow Oak (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #12)

by Carolyn Keene

This is the original unrevised 1935 version of The Message in the Hollow Oak.

The Message in the Hollow Oak (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #12)

by Carolyn Keene

A group of professional detectives challenge Nancy to tackle the mystery that they have failed to solve: find an invaluable message hidden by a missionary centuries ago in a hollow oak tree in Illinois. While searching the woods for the ancient tree, Nancy and her friends live with a group of young archaeologists who are excavating Indian burial mounds on a nearby farm. A shadowy enemy stalks Nancy and harasses everyone at the dig. The young investigator pursues her dangerous adversary to an outlaws' cave, and is threatened when she discovers an unusual treasure. How Nancy, with few clues to go on, solves this complex mystery will thrill all readers. Picture captions present.

The Message of a Master

by John Mcdonald

The Message of a Master is the story of a seemingly miraculous change that takes place in a man after he meets a true master of life. He learns, and shares with us, teachings that allow him to develop his powers so that he can accomplish anything he desires.

The Message of Acts: The Spirit, the Church and the World

by John R. W. Stott

This book opens to us the early days of the church as recorded by Luke in the book of Acts. What can Acts tell us about tongues and other extraordinary manifestations of the Spirit? How should churches structure themselves? What should a normal Christian conversion look like? And, how should the church reach out into the world with the message of salvation? These and many other topics are handled with a commitment to the authority of God's Word in our lives.

A Message of Ancient Days

by Houghton Mifflin

This book covers many ancient civilizations and how they lived. It includes maps of what the cities might have looked like, and several geographical maps. It also has the wonders of the world in the back and what they might have looked like.

A Message of Ancient Days

by Christopher L. Salter Gary B. Nash J. Jorge Klor de Alva Beverly J. Armento

History textbook. The people of the past speak directly to you, through their actual words and the objects they used. You will walk inside their houses and look inside their cooking pots. You'll follow them as they go to school, build cities, fight wars, and work out settlements for peace.

The Message of the Sphinx: A Quest for the Hidden Legacy of Mankind

by Graham Hancock Robert Bauval

In this riveting account of historical and archaeological investigation, the authors present hard evidence that the Sphinx, the Pyramids, and the other monuments at Giza are of far more ancient origin than previously believed. Complete with evidence of a conspiracy between the Egyptology establishment and various confidential organizations to keep the secrets of the Pyramids from the world, The Message of the Sphinx is also a modern-day detective story. of photos.

The Message of Thunder and Other Plays

by Debjani Chatterjee

The plays in this book specially emphasize the important 'teaching stories' from five of the world's religions: Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism and Sikhism.

Messages from an Owl

by Max R. Terman

From the Book Jacket: When zoologist Max Terman came to the rescue of a great horned owlet in the park of a small Kansas town, he embarked on an adventure that would test his scientific ingenuity and lead to unprecedented observations of an owl's hidden life in the wild. In Messages from an Owl, Terman not only relates his experiences nursing the starving owlet, "Stripey," back to health and teaching it survival skills in his barn, but he also describes the anxiety and elation of letting a companion loose into an uncertain world. Once Terman felt that Stripey knew how to dive after prey, he set the owl free. At this point his story could have ended, with no clue as to what the young bird's fate would be--had it not been for Terman's experimentation with radio tags. By strapping the tags to Stripey, the author actually managed to follow the owl into the wild and observe for himself the behavior of a hand-reared individual reunited with its natural environment. Through this unique use of telemetry, Terman tracked Stripey for over six years after the bird left the scientist's barn and took up residence in the surrounding countryside on the Kansas prairie. The radio beacon provided him with information on the owl's regular patterns of playing, hunting, exploring, and protecting. It enabled him to witness the moments when Stripey was bantered and mobbed by crows, when other owls launched fierce attacks, and when a prospective mate caught Stripey's eye. Stripey checked in occasionally with Terman back at the barn, following him around as he performed chores, usually waiting for a handout. Until now, scientists have generally believed that an owl nurtured by humans becomes ill-adapted for meeting the challenges of life in the wild. Terman's research proves otherwise. Stripey surpassed all expectations by becoming a totally independent wild creature. With Terman, however, Stripey remained tame, allowing the author to explore something one rarely sees in owls: a warm interest in humanity. Terman engagingly recreates this dimension of Stripey as he describes with humor and compassion the daily challenges of probing the life of a "phantom winged tiger."

Messages from the Masters: Tapping into the Power of Love

by Brian Weiss

The true story of a prominent psychiatrist, his young patient, and the past-life therapy that changed both their lives. As a traditional psychotherapist, Dr. Brian Weiss was astonished and skeptical when one of his patients began recalling past-life traumas that seemed to hold the key to her recurring nightmares and anxiety attacks. His skepticism was eroded, however, when she began to channel messages from the "space between lives," which contained remarkable revelations about Dr. Weiss' family and his dead son. Using past-life therapy, he was able to cure the patient and embark on a new, more meaningful phase of his own career.

Messages of God's Abundance

by Corrie Ten Boom

At the height of Nazi power, amid the horrors of a concentration camp, the seeds of faith and forgiveness grew to fruition in the heart of a young Dutch woman named Corrie ten Boom. Outlasting Ravensbrück and Hitler's regime, Ms. ten Boom went on to accomplish what brute power never could: conquer hearts across the world with healing words of hope, forgiveness, and trust in God. Broadcast across Europe using the very radio equipment the Nazis had built to spread their propaganda, the inspirational messages of Corrie ten Boom appear at last in print. As in this book's predecessor, Reflections of God's Glory, the twenty-six sermonettes in Messages of God's Abundance are first-ever English translations of the scripts for Ms. ten Boom's Trans World Radio broadcasts from the Netherlands. Emerging after many years, these jewel-like writings reflect the broad experiences of a woman who preached the gospel around the world, yet who found her greatest adventure exploring the endless riches of God's Word. In 1983, Corrie ten Boom went to be with her beloved Jesus, but the timeless truths of Scripture spoken through the lips of this remarkable woman remain alive, vibrant, and as able as ever to touch, convict, and encourage our hearts.

The Messenger

by Mona Williams

They came to the island looking for an unspoiled paradise. What they discovered was something terrifyingly different.

Messenger

by Edward Lee

Would you like to become someone else? Well, someone else is about to become you. He will share your heart and your mind. And then he will take you on a slaughterfest. He is a messenger, from hell.

Messenger

by Jeni Stepanek

By Jeni Stepanek (author) with Larry Lindner (collaborator) An inspiring look at a young man who embodied the best of human nature, touched millions, and worked tirelessly for peace-told through the eyes of the woman who raised him. Oprah Winfrey has called him "an inspiration," Maya Angelou saw him as a kindred sprit and fellow poet, and Jimmy Carter described Mattie Stepanek as "the most remarkable person I have ever known. " When Jerry Lewis received his lifetime achievement award at the Oscars, footage of Mattie played behind him. Five years after his death from a rare neuromuscular disease, Mattie is still being celebrated for his indomitable spirit and message of hope. Now the world will get to know the full story of the poet, the peacemaker, the philosopher, and New York Times bestselling author in the first book to share all of the intimate details of his incredible life. In Messenger, Mattie's mother, Jeni Stepanek, recounts the years before Mattie got sick; how he handled the loss of his siblings from the same disease he had; his decision to spread the message of peace and hope; and how, when he became a celebrity, Jeni helped to keep him grounded, and remember to embrace being a kid. Including never-before- seen poems, journal entries, photos, and correspondence with famous friends, Messengeris an inspirational book about a life lived to the fullest. "Not a day goes by when I don't receive e-mails and letters saying that Mattie's poetry and speeches are not enough-people want to know about him directly and intimately. I am thrilled to have joined with Dutton so that I can now tell all his fans the full story behind my son. " - Jeni Stepanek Good Morning America.

The Messenger

by Daniel Silva

Gabriel Allon, art restorer and spy, is about to face the greatest challenge of his life. An al-Qaeda suspect is killed in London, and photographs are found on his computer - photographs that lead Israeli intelligence to suspect that al-Qaeda is planning one of its most audacious attacks ever, straight at the heart of the Vatican. Allon warns the Pope's private secretary, his old friend Monsignor Luigi Donati, and rushes to Rome to assist in the security. But what neither he nor Donati knows is that the Vatican has been thoroughly penetrated. An extraordinary enemy walks among them . and he's just getting started. In the days and weeks to come, Allon and his colleagues will find themselves in a deadly duel of wits against one of the most dangerous men in the world - a hunt that will take them across Europe to the Caribbean and back again. But for them, there may simply not be enough of anything: enough time, enough facts, enough luck. All Allon can do is set his trap - and hope that he himself is not the one caught in it. Filled with remarkable characters and breathtaking double and triple turns of plot, The Messenger confirms Silva's reputation as his generation's finest writer of international thrillers.

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