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Lone Star Nation: The Epic Story of the Battle for Texas Independence

by H. W. Brands

Pulitzer Prize finalist H. W. Brands demythologizes Texas's journey to statehood and restores the genuinely heroic spirit to a pivotal chapter in American history. From Stephen Austin, Texas's reluctant founder, to the alcoholic Sam Houston, who came to lead the Texas army in its hour of crisis and glory, to President Andrew Jackson, whose expansionist aspirations loomed large in the background, here is the story of Texas and the outsize figures who shaped its turbulent history. Beginning with its early colonization in the 1820s and taking in the shocking massacres of Texas loyalists at the Alamo and Goliad, its rough-and-tumble years as a land overrun by the Comanches, and its day of liberation as an upstart republic, Brands' lively history draws on contemporary accounts, diaries, and letters to animate a diverse cast of characters whose adventures, exploits, and ambitions live on in the very fabric of our nation.

Lone Star on Outlaw Mountain (Lone Star #11)

by Wesley Ellis

They call them The Lone Star Legend. Jessica Starbuck - a magnificent woman of the West, fighting for justice on America's fromtier... Ki - the martial arts master sworn to protect her and the code she lived by...Together they conquered the West as no other man and woman ever had

Lone Star on the Hangman's Trail (Lone Star #131)

by Wesley Ellis

Jessie's friends are gunned down by a gang of outlaws, and she won't rest until they're brought to justice--the permanent kind. But she and Ki run into deep trouble tracking the killers from Mexico to Texas: the Mexican Army, who holds the Lone Star duo responsible for the outlaws' crimes.

Lone Star Refuge

by Mae Nunn Gwen Ford Faulkenberry

He's willing to risk it all...is she? Stella Jane Scout has never met a cowboy as handsome as Joiner Temple. Or as aggravating. His thoroughbred Argentinian stallion and professional polo player pedigree doesn't impress her one bit. At heart, he's still a footloose cowboy from Kilgore and a reckless one at that. But her father hired him as a ranch hand for her riding school, so she'll have to reign in Joiner's wild streak and teach him to put safety first. At the same time, Joiner seems determined to bring out Stella's long-buried free spirit. If she can give him a place to call home, maybe he can teach her how to live.

Lone Star Santa

by Heather Macallister

Kristen Zaleski is home for the holidays. . . indefinitely. Her acting career hasn't taken off--in fact, it hasn't gone anywhere. So now she's spending her days helping out at her dad's P. I. office. Until Mitch Donner comes by and lights up her life. Sort of. . . Mitch is back at his parents' place, too. As a successful accountant who'd been set up to take the fall in a money-laundering scheme, Mitch isn't quite sure what to do. So he takes a job installing Christmas lights. . . and gets an early present when he runs into Kristen. Especially when she offers her newly acquired P. I. skills to help him get his life back. Working together, they plot an elaborate sting operation, one that will take a miracle to pull off. Then again, "anything" is possible at Christmas--especially if it involves mistletoe!

Lone Star Seduction

by Day Leclaire

He'd been the housekeeper's son, foolish enough to fall for the boss's daughter. Kicked to the curb, Alex Montoya had become a self-made millionaire with one agenda--revenge. Now he had Rebecca Huntington exactly where he wanted her...paying off her father's debts by being his housekeeper. Alex vowed he would not feel anything but cold disdain for the woman now at his mercy. But some memories were hard to erase, just as some desires were impossible to resist.

Lone Star Stalag: German Prisoners of War at Camp Hearne

by Michael R. Waters Michelle J. Raisor Hilary Standish Sam Sweitz Mark A. Long William Dickens Willi Nellessen Ian Buvit Norbert Dannhaeuser Anna Lee Presley Bryan Mason

Between 1943 and 1945 nearly fifty thousand German prisoners of war, mostly from the German Afrika Korps, lived and worked at seventy POW camps across Texas. Camp Hearne, located on the outskirts of rural Hearne, Texas, was one of the first and largest German prisoner-of-war camps in the United States. Waters and his research team tell the story of the five thousand German soldiers held there during World War II. The book reveals the shadow world of Nazism that existed in the camp, adding darkness to a story that is otherwise optimistic and in places even humorous.

Lone Star: A Story of the Texas Rangers

by Kathleen V. Kudlinski

In 1847, eleven-year-old Clay dreams of becoming a Texas Ranger so that he can exact revenge upon the Comanche Indians who attacked his family, until personal experience acquaints him with the brutal reality of Ranger activities.

Lone Star Valentine

by Cathy Gillen Thacker

COMPROMISE...OR ALL-OR-NOTHING? The heart-stopping attraction's still there, but today Lily needs only one thing from old flame Gannon Montgomery-the best damn legal counsel ever. The stakes are high-custody of Lily's son, Lucas. And the rules are clear. Lily's not giving Gannon the chance to break her heart again. They can be friends. That's all. Not enough, thinks Gannon. He's only in town to sell the family ranch, but Mayor Lily McCabe makes sticking around seem pretty attractive. He can see the desire in her eyes every time they're thrown together. And with the court case and the Texas chili cook-off he's been dragged into, that's a lot. As the stress grows, so does the attraction. But Lily won't compromise, and Gannon can't let go. Someone's gotta give!

The Lone Texan (A Whispering Mountain Novel Book 4)

by Jodi Thomas

Three days after arriving in Galveston, newly widowed Sage McMurray finds herself taken hostage in a robbery. She fears she may never see Whispering Mountain again when the outlaws decide to auction their pretty captive off to the highest bidder, until a tall stranger offers twice the highest bid.

The Lone Warrior (Once Upon a Time in the West #3)

by Lori Austin

Rose Varner needs a man... But not just any man. The one known as "White Ghost with Hair of Fire." He may be the only way to rescue her daughter, Lily, from the Cheyenne. Legend has it he was once the Cheyenne's captive, but his courage impressed them so much that they accepted him as one of their own. <P><P>Yet the man Rose finds seems far from legendary... Luke Phelan's tortured past has driven him to live as a recluse in the Smoky Hills of western Kansas. Having vowed to keep his distance from the Cheyenne, Luke refuses to accompany Rose on her rescue mission. But her bravery in the face of dangerous odds changes his mind. <P>Now as they ride toward their destination, they'll battle outlaws, bounty hunters, and their own rising desires before finding Lily. But the cost to Rose will be high, and her budding love for Luke will be put to the test.

Lone Wolf

by Karen Whiddon

Disillusioned from his time serving as a Protector under a corrupt Council, Anton Beck has vowed to have nothing to do with anything Pack. He is looking forward to a few months of peace and quiet deep in the Big Bend Mountains of Texas. That quiet is shattered when he's abducted and held captive with none other than his ex-lover-turned-nemesis, Vampire Huntress Marika. But that's not all. She bore his miracle child. And that child has been taken. . . ;. It becomes clear that an ancient Vampire priestess is behind the kidnapping, but why? To exploit the child's rare gifts? In a race against time, two former lovers must overcome bitterness and broken hearts in order to save their daughter-and save themselves in the process.

Lone Wolf

by Jennifer Ashley

In this Shifters Unbound novella, Maria and Ellison find their feelings toward each other growing stronger as they work together to catch a kidnapper.

Lone Wolf

by Kristine L. Franklin

Living up in the north woods, Perry Dubois and his dad don't see other people much. Perry's dad likes it that way, and Perry is getting used to it, too. So when Willow Pestalozzi and her large friendly family move in nearby, Perry is not all that happy about it. For starters, Willow and her sisters ask too many nosy questions. Like, why doesn't Perry go to school? And where's his mom? And how does it feel to be an only child? But even though the Pestalozzis remind Perry of everything he wants to forget, he can't help being drawn to the generous warmth of their family. Kristine L. Franklin sends a bolt to your heart in an extraordinary novel that reveals how learning to laugh again also means being able, at last, to cry.

Lone Wolf #2: Bay Prowler

by Mike Barry

When a wolf leaves the pack, he lives only as long as he can kill by himself quicker and surer than any pack he runs up against. Meet a man beyond either forgiveness or vengeance. Meet the Man they Call The Lone Wolf. Better meet him now. The way he lives, he can't live much longer.Memo to Top Echelons OnlySubject: Burt WulffSubject is extremely dangerous and cannot be approached. Upon identification he should be killed immediately, regardless of apparent risk ... Circumstances creating Wulff's decision to commence his "war against the international drug trade" (phraseology apparently his) trace to personal motives ... Certain activities of his in New York have shifted the line of succession and created problems out of all relation to the subject's apparent powers to do so. How Wulff was able to penetrate security is not yet known.Based on certain documents in an attaché case stolen by Wulff from one of our principles whom he murdered at close range, the subject to the beast of our knowledge has emplaned for San Francisco to continue his "war." All parties in the San Francisco area are hereby warned. Details of the bounty on Wulff will follow.

The Lone Wolf Sereies #3 - Boston Avenger

by Mike Barry

When a wolf leaves the pack, he lives only as long as he can kill by himself quicker and surer than any pack he runs up against. Meet a man beyond either forgiveness or vengeance. Meet the Man they Call The Lone Wolf. Better meet him now. The way he lives, he can't live much longer. Memo to; Chief, NYPD RE: Burt Wulff In New York City he was able to kill at least ten people, three of them at high levels in East Coast drug distribution network. In one case, he blew up a three story townhouse on the east side of Manhattan . . . Subject then proceeded to San Francisco; there is considerable newspaper evidence as to some of his acts there. In a major dock fire a freighter was destroyed and 50 to 60 people were killed, including several law-enforcement personnel. (It is strongly indicated, however, that Wulff considers himself to be aiding the authorities. ) . . . According to unreliable sources who cannot be identified, subject saved $250,000 worth of heroin from the ship fire and is now heading with it toward Boston, using it as "bait" to move the ever higher levels of responsibility for the traffic. End report.

Lone Wolf Standing

by Carla Cassidy

New York Times bestselling author Carla Cassidy brings her riveting Men of Wolf Creek series to a thrilling climax Maybe it's just her imagination, but Sheri Marcoli's convinced she's being watched. With the disappearance of her aunt still unsolved, Detective Jimmy Carmani's not taking any chances. But sticking close to the vulnerable beauty isn't just a job. For the first time in his life, Jimmy's discovering feelings he thought himself incapable of. But the powerful attraction Sheri feels toward Jimmy is scaring her almost as much as her stalker. The swarthy, dark-eyed detective is nothing like the golden-haired prince she's waited for all her life. But as Sheri struggles to resist her overpowering desire, an evil madman is closing in...on both of them.

Lone Wolf (Wolves of the Beyond #1)

by Kathryn Lasky

In the harsh wilderness beyond Ga'Hoole, a wolf mother hides in fear. Her newborn pup, otherwise healthy, has a twisted leg. The mother knows the rigid rules of her kind. The pack cannot have weakness. Her pup must be abandoned on a desolate hill--condemned to die. But alone in the wilderness, the pup, Faolan, does the unthinkable--he survives. This is his story--a story of survival, of courage, and of love triumphant. The story of a wolf pup who rises up to change forever the Wolves of the Beyond.

Lone Wolf (Zack Walker #3)

by Linwood Barclay

Newspaper writer, family man, and reluctant hero Zack Walker has stumbled onto some dicey stories before, but nothing like what he's about to uncover when a mutilated corpse is found at his father's lakeside fishing camp. As always, Zack fears the worst. And this time, his paranoid worldview is dead-on. While the locals attribute the death to a bear attack, Zack suspects something far more ominous--a predator whose weapons include arson, assault, and enough wacko beliefs to fuel a dozen hate groups. Then another body is discovered and a large supply of fertilizer goes missing, evoking memories of the Oklahoma City bombing. But it's when he learns that his neighbor is a classic Lone Wolf--FBI parlance for a solo fanatic hell-bent on using high body counts to make political statements--that Zack realizes the idyllic town of his childhood is under siege. The fuse is lit to a catastrophe of unimaginable terror. And with time running out, Zack must face off with a madman.

The Loneliest Magician (The Dragon Nimbus, #3)

by Irene Radford

"YIELD OR BE TAKEN BY FORCE!" At this threat from the invading force, Jaylor directed his gatekeepers to withdraw to the safety of the library. No one was left to reply to the enemy. The enemy lieutenants hoisted their banners high, Darville's symbol highest of all, and returned to their comrades. The ranks of soldiers lunged forward, anxious to begin. A strange chant issued from a thousand throats. Waves of violent sound chilled Jaylor's mind. "Kill magic. Kill all magicians." The chant grew in volume and aggression, fed by a whiff of magic from some unknown source. Battle frenzy swelled, binding the men together for the coming fray. "Kill magic. Kill all magicians." Weapons drumming on shields took on the rhythm of a thousand hearts beating in unison; a thousand minds with one goal. Battle. Blood. Heat. Lust ....

The Loneliness of the Long-distance Runner

by Alan Sillitoe

Perhaps one of the most revered works of fiction in the twentieth-century, The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runne ris a modern classic about integrity, courage, and bucking the system. Its title story recounts the story of a reform school cross-country runner who seizes the perfect opportunity to defy the authority that governs his life. It is a pure masterpiece. From there the collection expands even further from the touching "On Saturday Afternoon" to the rollicking "The Decline and Fall and Frankie Buller. " Beloved for its lean prose, unforgettable protagonists, and real-life wisdom, The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner captured the voice of a generation, and its poignant and empowering life lessons will continue to captivate and entertain readers for generations to come.

Loneliness Therapy

by R. W. Alley Daniel Grippo

This little book, with its wise elfin characters, is designed to help you find ways of connecting with yourself, with others, with God. A few moments alone with Loneliness Therapy, and you will realize that if you seek, you will find. You'll find that you're really not alone at all!

A Lonely Death

by Charles Todd

Scotland Yard detective Ian Rutledge returns to solve his most exciting and shocking case yet in this latest entry in the bestselling series hailed as "outstanding" by the New York Times Book ReviewA breathtaking blend of psychological complexity, haunting atmosphere, compelling twists, and impressive detail, the novels in the Ian Rutledge mystery series have garnered their author widespread acclaim and numerous honors and awards. At the heart of the series is the compelling Scotland Yard detective inspector Ian Rutledge, a veteran of the Great War who understands all too well the darkness that lies within men's souls. Now three men have been murdered in a Sussex village, and Scotland Yard has been called in. It's a baffling case. The victims are soldiers who survived the horrors of World War I only to meet a ghastly end in the quiet English countryside two years later. Each had been garroted, with small ID discs left in their mouths. But even Scotland Yard's presence doesn't deter this vicious and clever killer. Shortly after Inspector Ian Rutledge arrives, a fourth soldier is found dead. With few clues to go on and the pressure building, Rutledge must gamble everything--his job, his reputation, and even his life--to find answers.

The Lonely Doll

by Dare Wright

Once there was a little doll. Her name was Edith. She lived in a nice house and had everything she needed except someone to play with. She was lonely! Then one morning Edith looked into the garden and there stood two bears!

Lonely Hearts

by John Harvey

A serial killer terrorizes the young women of Nottingham Shirley Peters was murdered in her own home. A directionless young woman with a fondness for cheap red wine and a restraining order against her ex-boyfriend, her death is just another in the files of the Nottingham detective's bureau. The police round up her ex-lover without much fuss, and are preparing to try him when another body surfaces. The method, the target, and the extreme violence are all a match for the killing of Shirley Peters. Nottingham is facing a serial killer. Detective Inspector Charlie Resnick is the first to see the connection. Both victims placed ads in a citywide Lonely Hearts column, and the rumpled detective suspects that their killer found them by preying on their isolation. He has little time to find the killer before more women die and Nottingham erupts into panic.

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