Sunset Flames

Author: Maryann Jordan
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ISBN: 9781947214132
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Coming Home

Author: Maryann Jordan
Publisher: Maryann Litton
ISBN: 9780997553840
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Military duty called them away to war zones, but after tours overseas, the group of friends found their way back home as men, seeking the peaceful little seaside town. Now, the band of brothers, together once more, work to provide a place for less fortunate veterans to call home. Mitch Evans left his career as an FBI agent after his father retired as the Baytown Police Chief. Returning home to take up the mantle, he was glad to be back with his family and the Baytown boys. The bonus? Reuniting with his childhood friend and teenage crush. Victoria Bradford came back to Baytown to run the Sea Glass Inn after her grandmother's death. A simpler life was what she yearned for. When the new Police Chief showed up on her doorstep, her heart skipped a beat as old memories came rushing back. When one of Tori's guests died from poisoning, Mitch was determined to stay objective while solving the murder. Then the evidence pointed to Tori as being the intended victim and another attempt was made on her life. Mitch, desperate to find the killer before he strikes at Tori again, calls upon the Baytown Boys to assist, as he vows to protect her.

Pieces Of Another World

Author: Mara Rockliff
Publisher: Sylvan Dell Publishing
ISBN: 0976494329
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A father and child travel through the unfamiliar world of the night to watch a meteor shower.

Clues Of The Heart

Author: Maryann Jordan
Publisher: Maryann Litton
ISBN: 9781947214002
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Military duty called them away to war zones, but after tours overseas, the group of friends found their way back home as men, seeking the peaceful little seaside town. Now, the band of brothers, together once more, work to provide a place for less fortunate veterans to call home. Katelyn MacFarlane had loved...and lost, when her young fiance was killed in action. Now, six years later, still at the same job in Baytown, she feels as though life is passing her by. Gareth Harrison, the town's private investigator, has had his eye on the beautiful bartender since he moved to town, and offering her a job gives her the change she needs. Treading carefully, he wonders if Katelyn's broken heart can learn to love again. When a body is discovered on the local golf course, the missing persons case they've been working on suddenly takes a new turn. Racing to find clues to the killer, they also discover clues to their hearts.

Finding Peace

Author: Maryann Jordan
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ISBN: 9781947214033
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Brogan MacFarlane, a former Marine, filled his days with hard work at the family bar and his nights running along the shore to rid himself of the war memories he would rather forget. But there was one thing in town that provided a distraction...the pretty cop with the haunted eyes. Ginny Spencer loved the small, shore town and her job, as long as she could keep people at arm’s length. Former Army Military Police, she carried her own battle scars deep inside and that was just where she planned on keeping them. If only the surly bartender with the Irish blue eyes did not make her long for more. When reports of a Peeping Tom in town escalate to a man accosting women, Ginny and the Baytown police work to find the culprit, but for her, it opens wounds she would rather forget. Brogan, seeing her pain, steps in, no longer willing to sit on the sidelines. And in doing so, allows her to soothe his nightmares as well. When two scarred souls come together, their love allows them to find the peace they’ve been seeking.

Rafe

Author: Maryann Jordan
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ISBN: 9781947214118
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Just One More Chance

Author: Maryann Jordan
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ISBN: 9780998483252
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Just One More Chance blurbGrant Wilder, one of the original Baytown Boys, came back from the war a changed man, walking away from his hometown and the girl he left behind. Jillian Evans worked for years to hide her broken heart, especially when Grant moved back home to become one of Baytown's police officers. He wanted friendship only and that's what she'd give him. Focusing on her own career, she expanded her coffee shop into a local art galleria. Grant and the Baytown police fight against drugs running through the small, coastal town, but when Jillian is threatened, Grant has to fight his wartime demons to save her...and finally declare his love.

Life Principles For The Storms Of Life

Author: Sherry Carter
Publisher: Amg Pubs
ISBN: 9780899570280
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Life Principles for the Storms of Life is an eight-week Following God Bible study that leads women through dark days using the analogy of a storm: preparing as the clouds gather.

Texas Labor History

Author: Bruce A. Glasrud
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
ISBN: 1603449787
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Too often, observers and writers of Texas history have accepted assumptions about labor movements in the state—both organized and not—that do not bear up under the light of careful scrutiny. Offering a scholarly corrective to such misplaced suppositions, the studies in Texas Labor History provide a helpful new source for scholars and teachers who wish to fill in some of the missing pieces. Tackling a number of such presumptions—that a viable labor movement never existed in the Lone Star State; that black, brown, and white laborers, both male and female, were unable to achieve even short-term solidarity; that labor unions in Texas were ineffective because of laborers’ inability to confront employers—the editors and contributors to this volume lay the foundation for establishing the importance of labor to a fuller understanding of Texas history. They show, for example, that despite differing working conditions and places in society, many workers managed to unite, sometimes in biracial efforts, to overturn the top-down strategy utilized by Texas employers. Texas Labor History also facilitates an understanding of how the state’s history relates to, reflects, and differs from national patterns and movements. This groundbreaking collection of studies offers notable opportunities for new directions of inquiry and will benefit historians and students for years to come.