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The Medicine Man

The Medicine Man [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1941097324
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Publisher: Sarah M. Anderson
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The Medicine Man by , Book Resume:

The White Sandy Reservation needs a doctor, and Madeline Mitchell needs to do a little good in the world. It seems like a perfect fit, until she meets the medicine man, Rebel Runs Fast. As far as Madeline can tell, Rebel's sole mission is to convince her patients that modern medicine can't help them. And the fact that he makes her heart race every time he looks at her only irritates her more. Rebel swore off the white man's world–and women–years ago. But he's never met a woman like Dr. Mitchell. She doesn't speak the language, understand the customs, or believe he's anything more than a charlatan–but she stays, determined to help his people. He tries to convince himself that his tribe doesn't need her, but when patients start getting sick with strange symptoms, he realizes that he needs her more than ever. Note: This book was previously published as Mystic Cowboy Finalist in the 2014 Booksellers Best Award contest and the 2014 Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence contest Mystic Cowboy is filled with tension, Lakota beliefs, a little science, and a whole lot of romance…Filled with history, and rich descriptions of each scene, this modern day Western/Romance/Intrigue/Medical novel has lassoed five stars from me.–Tome Tender Book Blog Four stars! Both generosity and greed play an important part in this love story where the tension mounts as illness threatens the entire reservation. Excellent character development is the highlight of Anderson's tale — Madeline and Rebel are often at odds as Rebel struggles to maintain his heritage and lifestyle while keeping Madeline by his side.—RT Book Reviews There is so much more to this story than hunky-cowboy-who-just-happens-to-be-a-Lakota Indian meets white city girl. Cultural differences create difficulties in Madeline and Rebel's relationship beyond just medicine man vs. doctor of medicine. However, the attraction between Madeline and Rebel is there from the start and heats up nicely. Don't miss Mystic Cowboy, and be on the lookout for the next installment in the series.–Library Journal I was hooked on this book from the beginning. Maddie's big life change was fascinating to read about, and I liked her character quite a bit. However, Rebel steals the show. He is enigmatic, sexy and so perfect for Maddie that I couldn't put "Mystic Cowboy" down…If you like contemporary stories about Native Americans and/or cowboys, you can't miss with "Mystic Cowboy." It is a delight to read, with a sensational blend of suspense, sexiness and romance.—Romance Novel News

The Dixie Medicine Man

The Dixie Medicine Man [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1450235387
Author: Christian John Makgala
Publisher: iUniverse
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The Dixie Medicine Man by Christian John Makgala Book Resume:

Leroy, a white medical doctor from Mississippi, leaves America and stays in the village of Morwa, Botswana, at the height of the world-wide euphoria caused by America’s moon landing! He becomes a popular community crusader, and a reputable traditional doctor. Epic friction ensues as Jealousman, a territorial village luminary, feels upstaged by Leroy. Leroy’s relationships with Jealousman, other locals and visitors to Morwa provide endless opportunities for laughter and food for thought. Events transpire that will teach you a great deal about Botswana and her special people. The descriptions in this book will keep you reading right until the very end -and the end itself will leave you crying for a continuation of the saga.

Cherokee Medicine Man

Cherokee Medicine Man [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0806183705
Author: Robert J. Conley
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
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Cherokee Medicine Man by Robert J. Conley Book Resume:

A modern medicine man portrayed through the words of the people he has helped Robert J. Conley did not set out to chronicle the life of Cherokee medicine man John Little Bear. Instead, the medicine man came to him. Little Bear asked Conley to write down his story, to reveal to the world “what Indian medicine is really about.” For Little Bear, as for the Cherokee ancestors who brought their traditions over the Trail of Tears to Indian Territory, the medicine is about helping people. Visitors from neighboring states and Mexico come to him, each one seeking help for a different kind of problem. Each seeker’s story is presented here exactly as it was told to Conley. Little Bear has cured problems involving health, relationships, and money by uncovering the source of the problem rather than simply treating the symptoms. Whereas mainstream medicine and counseling have failed his patients, Little Bear’s healing practices have proven beneficial time and again.

The Men of Medicine Ridge

The Men of Medicine Ridge [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1426833814
Author: Diana Palmer
Publisher: Harlequin
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The Men of Medicine Ridge by Diana Palmer Book Resume:

For rugged ranchers Mack Killain and Gil Callister, setting pulses aflutter is all in a day's work. But these towering, tenacious men of Medicine Ridge Ranch won't be sweet-talked into marriage. Or will they…? Sparks fly when two beguilingly innocent bachelorettes pull out all the stops to charm their surly cowboys into trading in a life of stubborn solitude for love on the range!

The World We Used to Live In

The World We Used to Live In [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1555918476
Author: Vine Deloria Jr.,Philip J. Deloria
Publisher: Fulcrum Publishing
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The World We Used to Live In by Vine Deloria Jr.,Philip J. Deloria Book Resume:

In his final work, the great and beloved Native American scholar Vine Deloria Jr. takes us into the realm of the spiritual and reveals through eyewitness accounts the immense power of medicine men. The World We Used To Live In, a fascinating collection of anecdotes from tribes across the country, explores everything from healing miracles and scared rituals to Navajos who could move the sun. In this compelling work, which draws upon a lifetime of scholarship, Deloria shows us how ancient powers fit into our modern understanding of science and the cosmos, and how future generations may draw strength from the old ways.

The Voice of Rolling Thunder

The Voice of Rolling Thunder [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 159143808X
Author: Sidian Morning Star Jones,Stanley Krippner
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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The Voice of Rolling Thunder by Sidian Morning Star Jones,Stanley Krippner Book Resume:

Rolling Thunder’s life and wisdom in his own words and from interviews with those who knew him well • Contains never-before-released talks by Rolling Thunder preserved by the Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart as well as accounts of remarkable healings and weather magic from famous personalities who knew him • Explains that in order to heal Nature’s afflictions we must first restore balance and unity in ourselves Intertribal medicine man Rolling Thunder (1916-1997) was a healer, teacher, visionary, and activist who rose to popularity in the 1960s and ’70s through his friendship with artists such as Bob Dylan and as the inspiration for the Billy Jack films. Eyewitness accounts of his remarkable healings are legion, as are those of his ability to call forth the forces of nature, typically in the form of thunder clouds. Yet it was his equally uncommon gift as a prophet and living representative of Native American wisdom that truly set him apart from other spiritual teachers of that era. Thirty years before most people had ever heard of global warming, Rolling Thunder described in graphic detail the signs of encroaching planetary doom and campaigned for environmental harmony. The key to healing nature’s afflictions, he maintained, is to first restore balance and unity in ourselves. Containing never-before-released talks preserved by the Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart, this book shares the teachings of Rolling Thunder in his own words and through inspiring interviews with psychologist Alberto Villoldo and other famous personalities who knew him. Collected and edited by his grandson Sidian Morning Star Jones and longtime friend Stanley Krippner, this book allows you to incorporate Rolling Thunder’s wisdom into your own life.

The Doctors Blackwell: How Two Pioneering Sisters Brought Medicine to Women and Women to Medicine

The Doctors Blackwell: How Two Pioneering Sisters Brought Medicine to Women and Women to Medicine [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0393635554
Author: Janice P. Nimura
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
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The Doctors Blackwell: How Two Pioneering Sisters Brought Medicine to Women and Women to Medicine by Janice P. Nimura Book Resume:

One of Apple's Most Anticipated Books of Winter 2021 "Janice P. Nimura has resurrected Elizabeth and Emily Blackwell in all their feisty, thrilling, trailblazing splendor." —Stacy Schiff Elizabeth Blackwell believed from an early age that she was destined for a mission beyond the scope of "ordinary" womanhood. Though the world at first recoiled at the notion of a woman studying medicine, her intelligence and intensity ultimately won her the acceptance of the male medical establishment. In 1849, she became the first woman in America to receive an M.D. She was soon joined in her iconic achievement by her younger sister, Emily, who was actually the more brilliant physician. Exploring the sisters’ allies, enemies, and enduring partnership, Janice P. Nimura presents a story of trial and triumph. Together, the Blackwells founded the New York Infirmary for Indigent Women and Children, the first hospital staffed entirely by women. Both sisters were tenacious and visionary, but their convictions did not always align with the emergence of women’s rights—or with each other. From Bristol, Paris, and Edinburgh to the rising cities of antebellum America, this richly researched new biography celebrates two complicated pioneers who exploded the limits of possibility for women in medicine. As Elizabeth herself predicted, "a hundred years hence, women will not be what they are now."

The Sheriff

The Sheriff [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1941097340
Author: Sarah M. Anderson
Publisher: Sarah M. Anderson
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The Sheriff by Sarah M. Anderson Book Resume:

The last thing he needs is another person he has to protect… Tim Means is the sheriff on the White Sandy Reservation—a thankless job on the best of days. He’s trying to keep a gang war from breaking out, vigilantes from running amuck and he’s doing it all with a two-man force. When a kid named Georgey gets busted breaking into the Clinic, Tim doesn’t have time to keep the kid on the straight and narrow. He needs a relative to take the teen off his hands. But who? The only person who could take custody of Georgey is Summer Collins, Georgey’s half-sister. She hasn’t been on the White Sandy in almost fifteen years . But what choice does she have? She made a promise to her father to look out for her little brother, so she gives up her job teaching summer school and her hopes of a summer fling to venture west and meet a brother she barely remembers. But what she finds on the White Sandy is more than just a family or a sense of belonging. She meets one sexy sheriff and suddenly, a summer fling seems like just the thing. But things on the White Sandy are never simple—or easy. When the gang war threatens Summer and her brother, will Tim be able to do his job—or will his heart get in the way? Warning: This book features smart-mouthed teenagers, poverty issues, dyslexia, jackalopes, and car sex. Plan accordingly! 4.5 stars! “Unexpected love at it's best! I've really enjoyed this entire series, but Sheriff Tim turned out to be one of my very favorites. I wasn't expecting it. I went into the book thinking he was a surly jerk ... but it didn't take long to figure out that he really had a heart of gold. Great characters, an emotional story of family and second chances and a sweet love story. Great read!” — Thoughts of a Blonde 5 stars! “I loved the way the characters worked together to help the young people on the reservation. The attraction between Tim and Summer was sizzling, yet they faced real problems and put the needs of others first, for the most part. It was great to see all the other characters from the previous White Sandy books. They were a real part of the story, instead of just making a pop-up appearance.”— Mary D, Reviewer 4 Stars! “It’s good to be back in the Dakota's on the White Sandy Lakota Indian Reservation.”— Cindy O, Reviewer

Mystery Child Book 2: The Mystery Beast

Mystery Child Book 2: The Mystery Beast [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 179481471X
Author: Nixon Mateulah
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
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Mystery Child Book 2: The Mystery Beast by Nixon Mateulah Book Resume:

A follow on from Mystery Child Book 1, Mystery Beast follows the story of the Chidedza Village. After banishing the Mystery Child and his mother, they are plagued by a mysterious beast. Villages are dying and the Chief is searching for answers. Can they save the village before it is too late, and does the Mystery Child have a part to play in saving or destroying their village?

The Cry of the Dying Medicine Man

The Cry of the Dying Medicine Man [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1491748559
Author: O'NE
Publisher: iUniverse
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The Cry of the Dying Medicine Man by O'NE Book Resume:

Pedro Nosa Halili was the one they called the medicine man. But he was more than that; he was a man with principles, pride, morals, and dignity. He was a giver; he gave to the needy who would knock on his door asking for a helping hand. In The Cry of the Dying Medicine Man, author Antonio Marquez Halili offers a biography of his father, a man who stood tall for his principles and for what he knew was right. Halili recaps his fathers life from birth in 1904 in the Philippines, a life that was full of mysteries, including how he even survived after his birth. From his formative years through university, his work as a physician, his involvement with a guerilla group in World War II, his family, and his eventual death, The Cry of the Dying Medicine Man narrates a story of successes and contributions to humankind. With photos included, this biography shares the details of the life of a medicine man who confronted every hindrance and faced it as a man of dignity.

Haunted Ontario 2-Book Bundle

Haunted Ontario 2-Book Bundle [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1459728904
Author: Terry Boyle
Publisher: Dundurn
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Haunted Ontario 2-Book Bundle by Terry Boyle Book Resume:

Ghost hunter Terry Boyle brings you this two-ebook bundle of the bestselling Haunted Ontario books, conjuring up an eerie treasury of paranormal locales. Join Terry as he investigates apparitions at the former Swastika Hotel in Muskoka, poltergeists in Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum, and a whole village of spooks roaming the buildings of Black Creek Pioneer Village. With a list of addresses, phone numbers, and websites for each location, Terry Boyle invites all ghost enthusiasts along for the adventure. Feeling brave? You might just want to stop and visit some ghosts on your next trip.

Resist: or serve

Resist: or serve [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1504300572
Author: J F Reeves
Publisher: Balboa Press
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Resist: or serve by J F Reeves Book Resume:

Everybody has a secret! When it comes to ugly little secrets, Pine Gap, in the heart of Australia, would be the prime candidate for keeping the best of them. John Sampras is a computer genius sent to Pine Gap to install a new update on one of the world’s best kept secrets. What he finds, challenges every known ethic he was taught to believe in. Sampras knows the decision he makes could very well be the catalyst to destroy not only the New World Order - but all of humanity. Sampras escapes from Pine Gap, armed only with a small flash drive. He is running for his life in the heart of Australia’s most venomous desert, no water and no survival skills. He is not running for his life - he is running for the sake of humanity. If Sampras can’t stay alive long enough to upload the contents of his flash drive and get this information out to the public ... ... he will take that secret to the grave. And mankind’s future with it. ‘Resist:or serve’ is the End Game. The time where politics, religion and survival all grapple for centre stage. It is the Time of the End of this system of things - Armageddon is on our doorstep.

A Fatal Mistake (Ryder and Loveday, Book 2)

A Fatal Mistake (Ryder and Loveday, Book 2) [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0008297770
Author: Faith Martin
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
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A Fatal Mistake (Ryder and Loveday, Book 2) by Faith Martin Book Resume:

A brand new Ryder & Loveday mystery from global bestseller Faith Martin


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SPIRIT BY THE SEA TRILOGY - TRAVEL TO DESTINY - BOOK 2 is a book in the GALACTIC GRANDMOTHER PAST LIFE SERIES. On an ancient Pacific island, a tradition of holy men has been passed down from the ancestors. The holy men live in a peaceful, high mountain camp. They gather plants to make medicines, commune with the spirits of ancestors, then travel from village to village giving medicines, guidance, and blessing the villagers. The holy man is welcomed by all villages, and when he asks an intuitive, young boy to be his assistant and learn medicine, it is an honor. In Book One, Kai travels with the holy man and his older assistant, Konani, to the mountain camp where he is trained. Kai learns to source local plants, make medicines and commune with the island ancestors. When a young chieftain threatens war on the villages, Kai receives the sacred initiation ceremony bringing him into the ancestral lineage of medicine men, before leaving to warn the villages of battles to come. Kai meets many new people, travels to different parts of the island, witnesses much and experiences a myriad of emotions which force him to grow up quickly. In Book Two, Kai has grown into a tall good-looking man that travels the island giving medicines to the villagers. He is also regarded as a holy man that gives blessings, and calls to the ancestors on behalf of the villagers. Kai enjoys his life and has taken a young man and woman as assistants, to learn medicine from the old holy man, Konani and himself in the mountain camp. After the old holy man has a premonition, they leave and find a foreign ship has landed at a village. The men on this ship have intentions to rape and pillage, yet it is the illness they carry, which is as deadly as their swords. Again, Kai must travel the island warning the villagers and help prepare them for eventual battle.

Medicine, Government and Public Health in Philip II's Spain

Medicine, Government and Public Health in Philip II's Spain [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1317098226
Author: Michele L. Clouse
Publisher: Routledge
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Medicine, Government and Public Health in Philip II's Spain by Michele L. Clouse Book Resume:

Bridging the gap between histories of medicine and political/institutional histories of the early modern crown, this book explores the relationship between one of the most highly bureaucratic regimes in early modern Europe, Spain, and crown interest in and regulation of medical practices. Complementing recent histories that have emphasized the interdependent nature of governance between the crown and municipalities in sixteenth-century Spain, this study argues that medical policies were the result of negotiation and cooperation among the crown, the towns, and medical practitioners. During the reign of Philip II (1556-1598), the crown provided unique opportunities for advancements in the medical field among practitioners and support for the creation and dissemination of innovative medical techniques. In addition, crown support for and regulation of medicine served as an important bureaucratic tool in the crown's effort to expand and solidify its authority over the distinct kingdoms and territories under Castilian authority and the municipalities within the kingdom of Castile itself. The crown was not the only agent of change in the medical world, however. Medical policies and their successful implementation required consensus and cooperation among competing political authorities. Bringing to life a cast of characters from early modern Spain, from the female empiric who practiced bonesetting and surgery to the university-trained, Latin physician whose medical textbook standardized medical education in the universities, the book will broaden the scope of medical history to include not only the development of medical theory and innovative practice, but also address the complex tensions between various authorities which influenced the development and nature of medical practice and perceptions of 'public health' in early modern Europe. Juxtaposing the history of medicine with the history of early modern state-building brings a unique perspective to this challenging book that reassesses the relationship between the monarch and intellectual milieu of medicine in Spain. It further challenges the dominance of studies of medical regulation from France and England and illuminates a diverse and innovative world of Spanish medical practice that has been neglected in standard histories of early modern medicine.

Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine 19/E (Vol.1 & Vol.2) (ebook)

Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine 19/E (Vol.1 & Vol.2) (ebook) [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0071802169
Author: Dennis L. Kasper,Anthony S. Fauci,Stephen L. Hauser,Dan L. Longo,J. Larry Jameson,Joseph Loscalzo
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
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Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine 19/E (Vol.1 & Vol.2) (ebook) by Dennis L. Kasper,Anthony S. Fauci,Stephen L. Hauser,Dan L. Longo,J. Larry Jameson,Joseph Loscalzo Book Resume:

The landmark guide to internal medicine— updated and streamlined for today’s students and clinicians The only place you can get ALL the great content found in the two print volumes AND the acclaimed DVD in one convenient resource! Through six decades, no resource has matched the authority, esteemed scholarship, and scientific rigor of Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine. Capturing the countless advances and developments across the full span of medicine, the new 19th edition of Harrison’s provides a complete update of essential content related to disease pathogenesis, clinical trials, current diagnostic methods and imaging approaches, evidence-based practice guidelines, and established and newly approved treatment methods. Here are just a few of the outstanding features of the new Nineteenth Edition: Content is practically organized around two basic themes: education and clinical practice The teaching and learning sections cover foundational principles, cardinal manifestations of disease and approach to differential diagnosis; the content devoted to clinical practice focuses on disease pathogenesis and treatment NEW chapters on important topics such as Men’s Health, The Impact of Global Warming on Infectious Diseases, Fatigue, and many more Critical updates in management and therapeutics in Hepatitis, Coronary Artery Disease, Ebola Virus Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Diabetes, Hypertension, Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism, Acute and Chronic Kidney Disease, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Lipoprotein Disorders, HIV and AIDS, and more. Increased number of the popular Harrison’s clinical algorithms; clinically relevant radiographic examples spanning hundreds of diseases; clinical-pathological images in full color; crystal clear, full color drawings and illustrations and helpful tables and summary lists that make clinical application of the content faster than ever Outstanding multi-media resources including practical videos demonstrating essential bedside procedures, physical examination techniques, endoscopic findings, cardiovascular findings, are available for easy download Supporting the renowned coverage are supplemental resources that reflect and assist modern medical practice: more than 1,000 full-color photographs to aid visual recognition skills, hundreds of state-of-the-art radiographs, from plain film to 3D CT to PET Scans; beautiful illustrations that bring applied anatomy and processes to life; the renowned Harrison’s patient-care algorithms, essential summary tables, and practical demonstrative videos. In addition, several digital atlases highlight noninvasive imaging, percutaneous revascularization, gastrointestinal endoscopy, diagnosis and management of vasculitis, and numerous other issues commonly encountered in clinical practice. Acclaim for Harrison’s: “Covering nearly every possible topic in the field of medicine, the book begins with a phenomenal overview of clinical medicine, discussing important topics such as global medicine, decision-making in clinical practice, the concepts of disease screening and prevention, as well as the importance of medical disorders in specific groups (e.g. women, surgical patients, end of life). The extensive chapters that follow focus on a symptom-based presentation of disease and then illness organized by organ system. Numerous tables, graphs, and figures add further clarity to the text." ...Written by experts in the field, this book is updated with the latest advances in pathophysiology and treatment. It is organized in a way that makes reading from beginning to end a logical journey, yet each chapter can stand alone as a quick reference on a particular topic. “ Doody’s Review Service reviewing the previous edition of Harrison’s

Organon of Medicine

Organon of Medicine [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10:
Author: Samuel Hahnemann
Publisher: Ravenio Books
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Organon of Medicine by Samuel Hahnemann Book Resume:

"Without disparaging the services which many physicians have rendered to the sciences auxiliary to medicine, to natural philosophy and chemistry, to natural history in its various branches, and to that of man in particular, to anthropology, physiology and anatomy, etc., I shall occupy myself here with the practical part of medicine only, with the healing art itself, in order to show how it is that diseases have hitherto been so imperfectly treated. Far beneath my notice is that mechanical routine of treating precious human life according to the prescription manuals, the continual publication of which shows, alas! how frequently they are still used. I pass it by unnoticed, as a despicable practice of the lowest class of ordinary practitioners. I speak merely of the medical art as hitherto practiced, which, pluming itself on its antiquity, imagines itself to possess a scientific character."

The Doctor and the Rough Rider

The Doctor and the Rough Rider [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1616146915
Author: Mike Resnick
Publisher: Pyr
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The Doctor and the Rough Rider by Mike Resnick Book Resume:

It’s August 19, 1884. The consumptive Doc Holliday is preparing to await his end in a sanitarium in Leadville, Colorado, when the medicine man Geronimo enlists him on a mission. The time the great chief has predicted has come, the one white man with whom he’s willing to treat has crossed the Mississippi and is heading to Tombstone—a young man named Theodore Roosevelt. The various tribes know that Geronimo is willing to end the spell that has kept the United States from expanding west of the Mississippi. In response, they have created a huge, monstrous medicine man named War Bonnet, whose function is to kill Roosevelt and Geronimo and keep the United States east of the river forever. And War Bonnet has enlisted the master shootist John Wesley Hardin. So the battle lines are drawn: Roosevelt and Geronimo against the most powerful of the medicine men, a supernatural creature that seemingly nothing can harm; and Holliday against the man with more credited kills than any gunfighter in history. It does not promise to be a tranquil summer. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Radio Boy and the Revenge of Grandad (Radio Boy, Book 2)

Radio Boy and the Revenge of Grandad (Radio Boy, Book 2) [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0008200602
Author: Christian O’Connell
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
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Radio Boy and the Revenge of Grandad (Radio Boy, Book 2) by Christian O’Connell Book Resume:

Debut sensation Christian O’Connell is back with more hilarious adventures of Spike, super-star radio DJ... and trouble-prone ordinary kid.

Resort to Murder (A Miss Dimont Mystery, Book 2)

Resort to Murder (A Miss Dimont Mystery, Book 2) [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0008193746
Author: TP Fielden
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
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Resort to Murder (A Miss Dimont Mystery, Book 2) by TP Fielden Book Resume:

‘A fabulously satisfying addition to the canon of vintage crime’ DAILY EXPRESS ‘One of the best in the genre’ THE SUN ‘Tremendous fun’ THE INDEPENDENT No 1 Ladies Detective Agency meets The Durrells in 1950s Devon