The Vulnerable is about a man’s bitter struggle against a changing world. A tough cop is trying to preserve a system of which he was a part, and finds himself a victim in a tangled web of greed and deceit.
The Shotgun, a memoir, reflects the author, David Robins, at his most authentic, insightful and vulnerable. You will meet in its pages a host of fascinating characters both admirable and deeply flawed-many at the same time. Organized around the recurring theme of its title, it contains wise counsel for gun enthusiasts and gun control advocates alike.
Cabel The First Giraffe is written by Laurie M. Gagne and illustrated by Kim Merritt. It is a charmingly illustrated book. Cabel the giraffe loves to eat the crisp green leaves from the tree tops. He meets Noah and travels with Noah, his family and all of the animals on the ark. Share Cabel's joy at seeing the crisp green leaves on the tree tops when the ark comes to rest on land.
Lieutenant Arthur D. Regan, and his partner Becker are at it again. Having just solved the GILLNET case, could these murders push them toward early retirement? Ten bodies...it might be a serial killer. Will BEACH OF BONES finally break the team up? This mystery will keep your interest on a cold winter's night or a hot summer's day.
Santa's Socks is a story about how Santa Claus, the elves, sock monkeys & children are connected A children's story that warms your soul all year round- not just at Christmas. Remember, you rock even though you are not made of a sock
"What's a Grandparent?" is a book about discovering the invisible thread that binds us together as families through generations, grandparent, parent, child, and so on... and on... It shares the preciousness of our relationships, the celebration of our cultures, and the beauty of our languages, woven together across continents.
Every scene in this book is a real place you can visit
This is a story of friendship and loyalty as two good friends-one a spot on the ceiling, and one a spot on the floor - get covered with paint, and carpet, and can't see each other anymore. Even so, they hold on to the memory of their friendship and, over the years, as the paint peels, and the carpet frays, they find each other again. They are thrilled. Their hope and patience is rewarded.
From the Back Cover… • Dear David, By far, one of the brightest spots in this wonderful election year was your winning in the Wilmington district. I never thought I’d see a Democrat win, and you did it in style. • Dear Mr.