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A Flip Book By Jennifer Kuhns

  Lola was a rescue dog waiting to be adopted. She was a sweet little adventurous dog who loved to explore. But Lola wished she had a forever home. One day her wish came true, and Lola was adopted and went home to live peacefully with a lady named Auntie Kay and her husband, Pete ... or so they thought.

All Taco, a chubby little guinea pig, ever did was sleep and eat taco shells and tortilla chips. But that changed when he became a kindergarten classroom's new pet. While studying about food and good nutrition, the kindergarten children realized that Taco needed to eat better food, food for guinea pigs, not people junk food. After being exposed to new and different foods, Taco slowly becomes healthier, happier, and even, well ... he thinks ... handsome.









The Doña

$15.95 -   First book in The Doña series

By Major Mitchell

Available as an e-book for $2.99

She bolted toward the center of the room only to freeze again. There was a second man she hadn’t seen standing in the shadows who slowly pulled a large knife from his belt as she backed toward the wall.  “Fiesty little bitch, ain’t you?” He took a cautious step toward her as she slid along the wall feeling for something to fight with. “This is gonna hurt real bad.” Leonida let out an ear-splitting scream as he raised the knife.

She came to California as a young bride in an arranged marriage. Now she owns seventy-five square miles of property bordering the Mokelumne River where gold has been discovered. They want her land and will stop at nothing, even if it means her murder. 

“Mitchell’s research of the customs and traditions of the mining towns and the ranchos gives The Doña authenticity.” The Modesto Bee

“A terrific novel, one I could not put down.” KAZV – TV, Channel 14

“A good book written by a good writer.” Rex Fraser – Barnes & Noble

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altWhere a Good Wind Blows

$9.99 (list $15.95)

By Phil Mills, Jr.

John Meadows has been forced off his Wyoming ranch, shot and left for dead by gunmen working for Harold Winston.