What could go wrong at The Big T Lodge, the most expensive and prestigious hunting club in the United States? Well, murder for starters!
When Roger tells his wife, Liz, that they're leaving for Texas in three days for an unexpected hunting trip at the club, neither of them has a clue that Liz will spend most of her time looking for the person who murdered Roger's law school friend, Milt Huston, who just happens to be the Attorney General of California and is a candidate for Governor of California.
There's no lack of suspects, but who did it, and what was their motive?
Anger from Milt's former lover? Revenge from the lover's husband? Milt's proposed cigarette tax increase despised by a North Carolina tobacco farmer? The California Senator who wants to be Governor of California? Or the chef's assistant who hates Milt's liberal views?
Join Chef Wes, Liz, and her new doggie friend, Sam, a huge bullmastiff, as they search for the murderer and the motive.
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Against All Odds . The Way to Victory
From being young and ambitious to becoming the world champion: "Against all odds: the way to victory" is an unique outlook on the career of one of the most influential cyberathletes in the world. As one of the first examples of e-sports autobiography in the market, Danylo's narrative inspires readers to follow their dreams despite any obstacles, warms their hearts with friendly stories, and opens their eyes to the world of competitive video games.
partner, CIS ESPORTS top managerThis book will be interesting and useful to anyone regardless of whether they are related to cybersports or not. This is the story of a great and legendary player and captain, the story of a kind, simple guy who went through a long and difficult journey to his dream. You will learn many previously unknown facts about Danylo, his teams, and pivotal moments in his life. No matter what you do, success can be achieved only if you set the highest goals ...
"This is a horse story for grown-ups. The Black Stallion for adults."
"Written by a horse person for horse people"
"Enchanting and consuming."
Six horses and Saratoga. It's a young trainer's dream come true, and it's happening for Alex at last: Alexander is entrusting the farm's racing string to her while he heads Down Under to help run his sick brother's farm.
But Saratoga isn't interested in Alex without Alexander. Unproven and decidedly female in a man's world, Alex finds herself the target of old-school racetrackers certain she married her way into training good horses. At the same time, her naïve assistant, Kerri, is far too interested in the less-than-scrupulous trainer who shares their barn.
But running a racing stable doesn't leave much time for petty fights and stable rivalries. Horses need to be worked, races need to be run. And Alex has her eye on something besides the winner's circle: a funny-faced filly, a chestnut nobody with a spotty blaze and a decided lack of ...
Brian Morrison's Pockets full of stuff is a delightful collection of evocative essays and tales of gamefishing around Scotland, home of some of the finest angling in Europe. Sit back and relax as Morrison takes you around his homeland in search of good fishing and great fishing stories- from leviathan trout in the snow to Scotland's long lost Brook char- Morrison invites readers in to his world and way of thinking. Pockets full of stuff isn't about catching, it's about being there- humorous, witty, perceptive and thought provoking, you may just find yourself finishing Pockets full of stuff and reaching for your fishing rod- a delight for anyone with a love of fishing or the outdoors.
Join Stopwatch, an inexperienced thru-hiker with a steep learning curve, as she tackles her first long-distance hike, the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, over 2600 miles from Mexico to Canada. She begins the trail with the sole purpose of getting to Canada and quickly realizes she has a lot to learn not only about backpacking, but more importantly, about herself.
Much more than an account of meals, miles and mammals, this book takes key aspects from life on the trail and relates them to how they impact her on a deeper level through valuable lessons learned while traveling one of America's most beautiful and rugged hiking trails. From the simple lessons regarding the importance of food and water to the deeper questions about personal fulfillment and happiness, Stopwatch covers the gamut, sharing the trail experience with all its joys and challenges.
This book is for those who enjoy and appreciate challenging, life-altering experiences. Even if you never step foot on the trail, ...