Author: Felix Giordano Publisher: ISBN: 9780990568407 Size: 22.35 MB Format: PDF View: 3955
Torn between two different worlds, Jim Buchanan, the son of a Scotsman and Native American woman had it all--a lucrative sports career and celebrity status. Yet, he sacrificed it all to return to his roots, to the land he knew and loved. In Cedar County, Montana, Sheriff Jim Buchanan, is the law. When the FBI contacts him concerning a missing persons investigation, it threatens not only his own life but also the life of the person dearest to his heart. In his attempt to crack the case, Jim comes to grips with a long-held family secret and experiences the mystical nature of his Native American heritage.
The Killing Zone, a gritty tale of revenge, mayhem, murder, and miracles. After an outlaw motorcycle gang's rampage of rape, torture, and executions, they cross paths with Native American Sheriff Jim Buchanan. When they brutalize and kidnap a member of Jim's own family, he pursues them on horseback into the wilderness of northwestern Montana and confronts an unfulfilled Plains Indian prophesy. The Killing Zone was Amazon's #3 Hot New Release in Native American Literature during April, 2017
Author: C. M. Wendelboe Publisher: Five Star ISBN: 9781432837280 Size: 14.61 MB Format: PDF View: 5651
Gangsters and hoodlums prey upon people's weaknesses for a quick buck in an era that saw few bucks to spare, making criminals of everyday folks in the rural Great Depression. In a place as wild as the West ever was, in the heyday of the badmen and the lawmen, the law is in short supply. U.S. Marshal Nelson Lane chases a fleeing murder suspect from the frontier of the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming all the way to the big city of El Reno in Oklahoma--out of his element in both places and nearly everywhere in between. His only help is an Indian rookie deputy sheriff, and she is as wild as any other young woman in that time with access to booze and men: Not much help to a widower alcoholic struggling in recovery. While she might get Nelson killed unintentionally, a shady sheriff dealing in illicit booze, his henchman warning to him to leave, and run of the mill moonshiners just taking care of business are running him down and trying to kill him from all sides. When his persistence pays off and he finally catches up with the murderer, Nelson must find it in himself to look beyond the law and deliver the ultimate justice.
Author: Dwayne R. Buxton Publisher: Amer Society of Agronomy ISBN: Size: 35.85 MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: 5041
"No other silage book can compare with this detailed coverage, including in-depth discussions of silage microbiology, biochemistry, assessing quality, preharvest and postharvest factors, use of additives, harvesting, storage, feeding, whole-farm management, as well as a global scope. Individual chapters are devoted to the production, preservation, and feeding of specific crops. The final chapter conveniently integrates information from the earlier chapters into practical guidelines for forage production, storage, and feeding, as well as solutions to frequently encountered silage storage and feeding problems. "
Author: Joshua Green Publisher: Penguin ISBN: 0735225028 Size: 48.56 MB Format: PDF View: 7558
Based on dozens of interviews conducted over six years, Green spins the master narrative of the 2016 campaign from its origins in the far fringes of right-wing politics and reality television to its culmination inside Trump's penthouse on election night.
Author: James M. Buchanan Publisher: ISBN: 9780865972278 Size: 24.35 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: 5001
Democracy in Deficit opened the door for much of the current work on political business cycles and the incorporation of public-choice considerations into macroeconomic theory. Even in the area of monetarism, Buchanan's landmark work has greatly influenced the sway of contemporary theorists away from the nearly universally held belief of Keynesian theory. Democracy in Deficit contributes greatly to Buchanan's lifelong fiscal and monetary rules to guide long-term policy in macroeconomics. The book serves to bolster Buchanan's central beliefs in the necessity of a balanced-budget amendment to the US Constitution and in monetary rules rather than central bank discretion.
Author: T. Anderson Publisher: Springer ISBN: 1137443391 Size: 49.31 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Docs View: 3422
This book provides a vision for environmentalism's future, based on the success of environmental entrepreneurs around the world. The work provides the next generation of environmental market ideas and the chapters are co-authored with young scholars and policy analysts who represent the next generation of environmental leaders.
Author: Patrick J. Buchanan Publisher: Macmillan ISBN: 9780312374365 Size: 79.31 MB Format: PDF, Docs View: 2166
The conservative spokesman argues that the elevated rate of illegal immigration to the United States is causing the country to deconstruct along the lines of culture, faith, language, allegiance, and values.
Author: Carlyle Van Thompson Publisher: Peter Lang ISBN: 9780820462066 Size: 79.65 MB Format: PDF, ePub View: 1128
"The Tragic Black Buck" examines the phenomenon, often paradoxical, of black males passing for white in American literature. Focusing on the first third of the twentieth century, this book argues that black individuals successfully assuming a white identity represent a paradox, in that passing for white exemplifies a challenge to the hegemonic philosophy of biological white supremacy, while denying blackness. Issues of race, gender, skin color, class, and law are examined in the literature of passing, involving the historical, theoretical, and literary tropes of miscegenation, mimicry, and masquerade. The narratives examined in "The Tragic Black Buck" are Charles Waddell Chesnutt's "The House Behind the Cedars," James Weldon Johnson's "The Autobiography of an Ex-Coloured Man," F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby," and William Faulkner's "Light in August."