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Wild Valley - Paperback

2004, ISBN: 9780441889662

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USA: Bantam Books, 1996. Paperback. Very Good. USA: Bantam Books, 1996. Very Good. USA: Bantam Books, 1996. Very Good. Abbie crouched behind a tree and strained to hear the man who was chasing her. A second later, footsteps pounded by on the path. Abbie gulped air and tried to calm herself .... She hugged the earth, praying she would be invisible in the dark. Almost immediately, she heard the loud crack of branches breaking and the snap of bushes as they swung back after being pushed apart. The sound was nearby and there was no way she could run. On her right was a massive, rotting tree trunk. Abbie burrowed under it, pressing herself into the earth, hoping that the mass of the log would shield her. Something wet fell on Abbie's face. It started to move. Tiny legs scrambled across her lips and cheek. An insect! Then another and another. Abbie desperately wanted to scream, but she was afraid the insects would crawl into her mouth. She clamped her jaws shut and took in air through her nose. Every part of her wanted to bolt, but she was sure she would die if she did .... There was cool earth against her cheek and the silhouettes of tall evergreens against the night sky. Sud­denly the space between two large trees was filled by the outline of a man. His back was to her. Abbie pressed herself closer to the log, praying that the man would not turn. He did. Slowly. Abbie felt for a rock or a thick tree limb she could use as a weapon, but her hand closed on nothing of substance. Now the man was fac­ing the log. He started to look directly at Abbie. Then the sky lit up .... ISBN 0-553-56908-2 <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Bantam Books, 1996, USA: Del Rey, 1983. Stated First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good. Darrel K. Sweet . USA: Del Rey, 1983. Stated First Edition. Good. Darrel K. Sweet . USA: Del Rey, 1983. Stated First Edition. Good. Darrel K. Sweet . THE MAIDEN AND THE DRAGON Ivy walked along the path. It was darkening now, and the trees were turning ugly. She ran and tripped over a root that lifted to snag her toe. She skinned her knees. in the fall and got dirt in her face. That was too much. Ivy sat down in the path and • wailed. She was, after all, only three years old. Something heard the noise and came" toward her, half-slithering, half-whom ping through the underbrush. It had six legs and green, metallic scales. It steamed-and it was hungry. Ivy heard it and looked up in time to stare into the. horrendous countenance of the rejuvenated Gap Dragon! ISBN 0-345-31107-8 <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Del Rey, 1983, Dial Press Trade Paperback. 1986. Paperback. Very Good. A crisp clean softcover, no markings throughout: If the preacher's wife's petticoat showed, the ladies would make the talk last a week. But on July 5, 1906, things took a scandalous turn. That was the day E. Rucker Blakeslee, proprietor of the general store and barely three weeks a widower, eloped with Miss Love Simpson -- a woman half his age and, worse yet, a Yankee! On that day, fourteen-year-old Will Tweedy's adventures began and an unimpeachably pious, deliciously irreverent town came to life. Not since To Kill A Mockingbird has a novel so deftly captured the subtle crosscurrents of small-town Southern life. Olive Ann Burns classic bestseller brings to vivid life an era that will never exist again, exploring timeless issues of love, death, coming of age, and the ties that bind families and generations., Dial Press Trade Paperback, 1986, USA: Bantam Books, 1992. Paperback. Good. USA: Bantam Books, 1992. Good. USA: Bantam Books, 1992. Good. CODY'S LAW He rides alone for a breed that stands apart. He wears the badge of the Texas Rangers and a pair of silver spurs. He is the master of every weapon of the West-white man's or Indian's-and the servant of a fiercely held code of right and wrong. His name is Cody. The Rangers made Texas a land of law. Men like Cody made the Rangers a legend. RENEGADE TRAIL: Manya time Cody has eaten the alkali dust of We~ Texas while riding on the trail of a hardcase killer ... but hever in pursuit of a sworn comrade. Barry Whittingham used to be a Ranger. Now he's a lawless gun. Spreading hot lead with a heavy hand, the onetime Ranger heads a gang of desperadoes preying on the army supply train running through the burgeoning territory. Cody's the manhunter with the guts for the job, but his former friend-turned-outlaw might recognize him-so Cody has to team up with a straight shooting young firebrand who will handle the undercover work. But when the inexperienced Ranger becomes involved in a holdup and the Whittingham gang abducts a lovely young innocent, Cody must step in ... to prevent a wide-open bloodbath and a war on the open range. A GUN BEHIND YOU ... Cody flung himself out of the saddle as Parker twisted around and threw a couple of shots at him. He landed rolling and came up in a crouching run, heading for a thicket of mesquite trees that'd give him at least a little cover. Cody bellied down among the scrubby mesquites as Parker dragged Leigh behind the rocks. "Might as well give it up, Parker!" the Ranger called. "You're not going anywhere!" . Parker didn't show himself, but his shouted reply carried clearly to Cody's ears. "Well, this girl's goin' to hell if you don't clear out and let me ride away!" Suddenly movement at the top of the shallow cliff behind Parker's hiding place caught Cody's eye. He looked up to see a figure rising unsteadily into view- Barry Whittingham. Whittingham raised his gun .... ISBN 0-553-29768-6 <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Bantam Books, 1992, Old Tappan, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Harlequin Books, 1993. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket as Issued. Old Tappan, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Harlequin Books, 1993. Good/No Jacket as Issued. Old Tappan, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Harlequin Books, 1993. Good/No Jacket as Issued. The battle was raging, the air hot with smoke, loud with rifle fire. Then the air turned dim with an eerie mist, and for Jason Tarkenton, captain in the Confederate cavalry, the true nightmare began. Vickie Knox was today's woman dressed like yesterday's, wearing Yankee garb to play a part. But playacting ended when a Reb stepped out of the mist and took her prisoner-for real. They never should have met, never should have battled-never should have loved. But something had gone wrong with time itself, weaving together past and present like torn threads of a tattered tapestry. Something had gone wrong, and in mending such shredded silk, their loves-and their lives-might be the final sacrifice. I Dark, billowing clouds raced across the sky. Vicki had never seen clouds move so rapidly before. They made her uneasy. She gritted her teeth, fighting the sensation of fear. What was the matter with her? She felt so cold. As if she were treading where she shouldn't be, walking through a graveyard at midnight. She had a strange intuition that she'd crossed some forbidden line. She was seeing things she wasn't meant to see. Jason reached for her hand. Just as they touched, a tremendous bolt of lightning flashed down nearby. The thunder that rolled and clashed in its wake was instant and alarming. Vicki looked up. The sky was nearly black. The trees were dipping and swaying, bowed down beneath the strength of the wind. She and Jason ran through the arch created by the lashing trees. A field of electricity snapped and cracked around them. It seemed they ran forever, then burst out into a clearing. Then Vicki took a look around her, and screamed. ISBN 0-373-27001-1 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Harlequin Books, 1993, USA: Harlequin, 1986. Mass Market Paperback. Good. USA: Harlequin, 1986. Good. USA: Harlequin, 1986. Good. # 207 in the series. HE TAUGHT HER THE ART OF LOVING Signing Grant Wellington, the controversial bad 1)0 of the art world, to an exclusive showing at her Toronto gallery was a dream come true for Amanda. If the terms he had in mind for their contract weren't strictly professional, well ... Amanda was confident she could deal with the whims of even someone famous for his quicksilver moods. But Grant wasn't just another temperamental artist. A rancher turned soldier turned sculptor and painter, he was a man's man who always got what he wanted. And what he wanted, with a hunger he'd never known, was to love Amanda .... HE CRADLED HER IN HIS ARMS For a while they sat together in perfect peace, silently listening to the sound of the wind and the water as waves surged against the rocks. "This is a beautiful area to live in, you know," Grant reflected. "It's just the opposite of Manhattan ... water and sky, tree and beach. And Amanda dressed in moonlight." She traced his lips with a finger as if to silence him once more, but when he took it between his teeth, her eyes darkened and she parted her full lips in invitation. The next thing she knew he was standing, lifting her with him in his arms. "These rocks are no place to woo a lady, my darling," he growled with frustration. "I'm taking you somewhere far more comfortable." ISBN 0-373-70207-8 <br/><br/>MOVED <br/><br/>, Harlequin, 1986, U.S.A: Dell, 1960. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket as Issued. U.S.A: Dell, 1960. Good/No Jacket as Issued. U.S.A: Dell, 1960. Good/No Jacket as Issued. Sometimes, winter comes gradually to northern New England so that there is an element of order and sequence to time and season. When the first snow comes it is not surprising because it has been expected for quite a while. When winter comes that way, it usually begins to snow big, fat flakes at mid-morning and by noon there is a thick edge of white on everything. The skies clear after lunch and the sun comes out and by the time school is out in the afternoon all the eaves on all the houses in town are dripping melted snow. Then the old-timers say, •• 'Twon't stay. Not this time. Not yet." And everyone who is still young enough is disappointed and a little apprehensive because maybe it's really true that old· fashioned winters have left northern New England forever. Old-fashioned winters usually happen after hot, dry summers. Then the fall rains begin right after Labor Day and they are cold, wmd-driven rains that are gray and destructive, and after those rains there is no beautiful autumn, no glory of red and gold leaves. The trees turn quickly from green to withered brown and the rain cuts the leaves from the branches in fast, vicious swipes. After the rains, the ground freezes hard and quickly and one day is like the next, cold and gray and waiting for the snow. Then it begins. A fine powder that sifts down from the dark sky in a seemingly unending screen and does not accumulate on streets and roads until after the wind has had enough of blowmg, and cold, dry piles of white have gathered around the base of every fence post and tree. By suppertime the wind dies down and still it snows, so fine and thin that children are afraid it will take forever for enough of it to fall to cover the palms of their mittened hands. But those who are older remember other old-fashioned winters. They are the ones who check the gallon gauges o oil-burner fuel tanks, who have long since made sure that their car radiators are full of anti·freeze, and who know that with the coming of tomorrow dawn, the wind, too, Will return. fireplaces do not exist in the houses of northern New England purely for their friendly, hospitable hearths They are there because every once in a while there is an old fashoned winter and power lines break like dry straws in the face of the wind and snow. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Dell, 1960, USA: LEISURE, 2004. Paperback. Very Good +. USA: LEISURE, 2004. Very Good +. When Spur McCoy rode into Short Falls, he was hot on the trail of one of the government's most-wanted train robbers. Butwhen the town's crooked sheriff refused to cooperate and allowed the outlaw to escape, Spur thought it was time for his investigations to take a new turn. Spur soon found that the town was controlled by a vicious gang called the Bald Knobbers who were terrorizing the town with their own twisted brand of justice. With the help of a lusty young widow bent on revenge, Spur set out to expose the whole organization. But first he had to face the sheriffs six-gun, and a posse of killers anxious to string him up from the nearest tree. MISSOURI MADAM Spur froze in place at the edge of the kitchen and waited. When the seconds quieted again he moved to the living room off the kitchen. Spur found a fancy lady sleeping nude on a couch. On the floor below her lay a man equally clothesless. He stirred as Spur stepped on a squeaking floor board. The man came up in two seconds, wide awake and a big .44 in his fist aimed at the noise. Spur shot him in the shoulders, slamming the gun out of his hand. The man screamed and Spur heard action all over the house .... ISBN 0·8439·2409·8 208 pp. <br/><br/>, LEISURE, 2004, E Rutherford, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Ace Books, 1981. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket as Issued. E Rutherford, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Ace Books, 1981. Good/No Jacket as Issued. E Rutherford, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Ace Books, 1981. Good/No Jacket as Issued. ... a brawling northwestern frontier in the state of Washington ... logging country where men and women were daily placed on the brink of disaster and forced to survive. ... an untamed settlement where Merrie Cowen came, pregnant with her first child, abandoned by her husband, a man given to rages as uncontrollable and as scorching as his passion for her. In Wild Valley, she is given shelter and aid from two men: one, a loner, a strong man frightened to feel; the other, a preacher, unwilling to feel. They give her what her own husband could not: love and warmth and protection. But one of them gives her more: a reason to question her months of loneliness, a reason to give up her vows of loyalty. And so when Merrie's husband finally turns up, it is not with joy that she greets him, but resignation. And in the circle of his arms, it is another man she yearns for-a man whose love is as fierce and unwavering as the trees of Wild Valley, a man who can truly free the woman she has become. A man she cannot have. It seemed as if Merrie were back in his cabin, with all her troubles held at bay by his deep voice and quiet strength. But today there was a difference. Today, there was a bond between them, invisible and undefined but as real as the crazy lurch of her pulse when she saw him . walk toward her across the barnyard. suddenly there was more meaning to the looks they exchanged, greater depth to the feelings that flowed between them, more awareness of each other. Merrie leaned back in the rocker and closed her eyes. She thought of him so often. What did he mean to her? What was the feeling that shot through her like an electric current when he was near? Why was she feeling so lonely, so sad because his being with her would not last, because inevitably her husband would return? WILD VALLEY a strong, proud, savage place where men and women lived and loved with a passion as hard and as driving as the raw forces of nature around them . ISBN 0-441-88966-2 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Ace Books, 1981

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Wild Valley - Paperback

1988, ISBN: 0441889662

Hardcover, ID: 106077587

Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1988. BD5 - A hard cover first edition withdrawn ex-library book in very good- condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in tan cloth covered boards with black lettering on the spine with very minor overall shelf wear plus there are the usual library stamps and marks on the top and bottom outside paper edges, front and back endpapers, and title page plus the dust jacket endflaps are glued down to the inside surfaces of the boards. The dust jacket shows no visible signs of wear plus there is the usual library label on the spine plus the endflaps are glued down to the inside surfaces of the boards. A story about a young man who is the only son of a Baptist minister in a Texas town and who is caught up in his search for identity. This is the author's first novel. 270p.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Ex-Library., Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1988, E Rutherford, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Ace Books, 1981. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket as Issued. ... a brawling northwestern frontier in the state of Washington ... logging country where men and women were daily placed on the brink of disaster and forced to survive. ... an untamed settlement where Merrie Cowen came, pregnant with her first child, abandoned by her husband, a man given to rages as uncontrollable and as scorching as his passion for her. In Wild Valley, she is given shelter and aid from two men: one, a loner, a strong man frightened to feel; the other, a preacher, unwilling to feel. They give her what her own husband could not: love and warmth and protection. But one of them gives her more: a reason to question her months of loneliness, a reason to give up her vows of loyalty. And so when Merrie's husband finally turns up, it is not with joy that she greets him, but resignation. And in the circle of his arms, it is another man she yearns for-a man whose love is as fierce and unwavering as the trees of Wild Valley, a man who can truly free the woman she has become. A man she cannot have. It seemed as if Merrie were back in his cabin, with all her troubles held at bay by his deep voice and quiet strength. But today there was a difference. Today, there was a bond between them, invisible and undefined but as real as the crazy lurch of her pulse when she saw him . walk toward her across the barnyard. suddenly there was more meaning to the looks they exchanged, greater depth to the feelings that flowed between them, more awareness of each other. Merrie leaned back in the rocker and closed her eyes. She thought of him so often. What did he mean to her? What was the feeling that shot through her like an electric current when he was near? Why was she feeling so lonely, so sad because his being with her would not last, because inevitably her husband would return? WILD VALLEY a strong, proud, savage place where men and women lived and loved with a passion as hard and as driving as the raw forces of nature around them . ISBN 0-441-88966-2 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall., Ace Books, 1981

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John Knox Press, 1957. Hardcover. Good Condition/Good. Ex-library with typical marks, light wear, pages yellowing; a good sound binding. The jacket has some discoloring and wear; wrapped; glued inside the covers. Front flap has price and says Christian Herald's Family Bookshelf Selection. "Of all men Centurion Longinus knew most certainly that Jesus of Nazareth was indeed dead. His hand drove the fatal spear just before sunset brought in the Jewish Sabbath. His soldiers guarded both cross and grave." Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Fiction; Inventory No: 130253. ., John Knox Press, 1957, E Rutherford, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Ace Books, 1981. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket as Issued. E Rutherford, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Ace Books, 1981. Good/No Jacket as Issued. E Rutherford, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Ace Books, 1981. Good/No Jacket as Issued. ... a brawling northwestern frontier in the state of Washington ... logging country where men and women were daily placed on the brink of disaster and forced to survive. ... an untamed settlement where Merrie Cowen came, pregnant with her first child, abandoned by her husband, a man given to rages as uncontrollable and as scorching as his passion for her. In Wild Valley, she is given shelter and aid from two men: one, a loner, a strong man frightened to feel; the other, a preacher, unwilling to feel. They give her what her own husband could not: love and warmth and protection. But one of them gives her more: a reason to question her months of loneliness, a reason to give up her vows of loyalty. And so when Merrie's husband finally turns up, it is not with joy that she greets him, but resignation. And in the circle of his arms, it is another man she yearns for-a man whose love is as fierce and unwavering as the trees of Wild Valley, a man who can truly free the woman she has become. A man she cannot have. It seemed as if Merrie were back in his cabin, with all her troubles held at bay by his deep voice and quiet strength. But today there was a difference. Today, there was a bond between them, invisible and undefined but as real as the crazy lurch of her pulse when she saw him . walk toward her across the barnyard. suddenly there was more meaning to the looks they exchanged, greater depth to the feelings that flowed between them, more awareness of each other. Merrie leaned back in the rocker and closed her eyes. She thought of him so often. What did he mean to her? What was the feeling that shot through her like an electric current when he was near? Why was she feeling so lonely, so sad because his being with her would not last, because inevitably her husband would return? WILD VALLEY a strong, proud, savage place where men and women lived and loved with a passion as hard and as driving as the raw forces of nature around them . ISBN 0-441-88966-2 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Ace Books, 1981

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E Rutherford, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Ace Books, 1981. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket as Issued. E Rutherford, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Ace Books, 1981. Good/No Jacket as Issued. E Rutherford, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Ace Books, 1981. Good/No Jacket as Issued. ... a brawling northwestern frontier in the state of Washington ... logging country where men and women were daily placed on the brink of disaster and forced to survive. ... an untamed settlement where Merrie Cowen came, pregnant with her first child, abandoned by her husband, a man given to rages as uncontrollable and as scorching as his passion for her. In Wild Valley, she is given shelter and aid from two men: one, a loner, a strong man frightened to feel; the other, a preacher, unwilling to feel. They give her what her own husband could not: love and warmth and protection. But one of them gives her more: a reason to question her months of loneliness, a reason to give up her vows of loyalty. And so when Merrie's husband finally turns up, it is not with joy that she greets him, but resignation. And in the circle of his arms, it is another man she yearns for-a man whose love is as fierce and unwavering as the trees of Wild Valley, a man who can truly free the woman she has become. A man she cannot have. It seemed as if Merrie were back in his cabin, with all her troubles held at bay by his deep voice and quiet strength. But today there was a difference. Today, there was a bond between them, invisible and undefined but as real as the crazy lurch of her pulse when she saw him . walk toward her across the barnyard. suddenly there was more meaning to the looks they exchanged, greater depth to the feelings that flowed between them, more awareness of each other. Merrie leaned back in the rocker and closed her eyes. She thought of him so often. What did he mean to her? What was the feeling that shot through her like an electric current when he was near? Why was she feeling so lonely, so sad because his being with her would not last, because inevitably her husband would return? WILD VALLEY a strong, proud, savage place where men and women lived and loved with a passion as hard and as driving as the raw forces of nature around them . ISBN 0-441-88966-2 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Ace Books, 1981

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... a brawling northwestern frontier in the state of Washington ... logging country where men and women were daily placed on the brink of disaster and forced to survive. ... an untamed settlement where Merrie Cowen came, pregnant with her first child, abandoned by her husband, a man given to rages as uncontrollable and as scorching as his passion for her. In Wild Valley, she is given shelter and aid from two men: one, a loner, a strong man frightened to feel; the other, a preacher, unwilling to feel. They give her what her own husband could not: love and warmth and protection. But one of them gives her more: a reason to question her months of loneliness, a reason to give up her vows of loyalty. And so when Merrie's husband finally turns up, it is not with joy that she greets him, but resignation. And in the circle of his arms, it is another man she yearns for-a man whose love is as fierce and unwavering as the trees of Wild Valley, a man who can truly free the woman she has become. A man she cannot have. It seemed as if Merrie were back in his cabin, with all her troubles held at bay by his deep voice and quiet strength. But today there was a difference. Today, there was a bond between them, invisible and undefined but as real as the crazy lurch of her pulse when she saw him . walk toward her across the barnyard. suddenly there was more meaning to the looks they exchanged, greater depth to the feelings that flowed between them, more awareness of each other. Merrie leaned back in the rocker and closed her eyes. She thought of him so often. What did he mean to her? What was the feeling that shot through her like an electric current when he was near? Why was she feeling so lonely, so sad because his being with her would not last, because inevitably her husband would return? WILD VALLEY a strong, proud, savage place where men and women lived and loved with a passion as hard and as driving as the raw forces of nature around them . ISBN 0-441-88966-2 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall., Ace Books, 1981

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Publishing year: 1981
Publisher: Ace Books

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