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Sawmill Springs

Sawmill Springs

Author: Gerri Hill
Publisher: Bella Books
ISBN: 1594936420
Pages: 234
Year: 2017-05-01
Homicide detective Mandi Murphy had seen enough bloodshed on the streets of Houston to last a lifetime. After a botched drug bust left a friend dead, she wanted out of the city. Peaceful little Sawmill Springs seemed like the perfect spot to start over. Six weeks on patrol proved the town to be as quiet and serene as she’d imagined. When things soured between FBI agent Kayla Dixon and her lover, she was ready for a change from the fast paced life she was living. Her father, the Police Chief in Sawmill Springs, offered her a job and she decided a change of pace was just what she needed. Her wish for slow and peaceful didn’t materialize, however, as mere hours after she starts her first shift, a prominent citizen is gunned down. The two women are thrust together to solve the murder and return Sawmill Springs to the sleepy small town the residents expect. As the investigation grows, so does their attraction. There’s just one problem—Murphy thinks Kayla is straight. Kayla admits to a failed marriage when she was eighteen and an ambiguous affair with another FBI agent convinces Murphy to steer clear of her. Kayla’s innocent flirting is met with skepticism and doubt…and temptation. Another murder not only strengthens their bond as partners but has them fighting to escape the clutches of a murderer. No longer able to ignore the budding attraction between them, they must decide if they are willing to start over…this time, together.
Annual Report

Annual Report

Author: North Carolina. Dept. of Labor and Printing
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Year: 1902

Men who matched the mountains

Men who matched the mountains

Author: Edwin A. Tucker, George Fitzpatrick
Publisher:
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Pages: 293
Year: 1972

Coconino National Forest (N.F.), Proposed Plan

Coconino National Forest (N.F.), Proposed Plan

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Year: 1987

No Strings

No Strings

Author: Gerri Hill
Publisher: Bella Books
ISBN: 1594937486
Pages: 232
Year: 2009-02-01
One mistake leads to a year of exile... Used to the busy playground of Winter Park, police chief Reese Daniels is shipped off to sleepy Lake City, Colorado. She takes the job of sheriff seriously, but makes it clear to one and all: this year is just a blip in her life. When it's done, she's gone. Forest Ranger M. Z. Morgan has lived in Lake City long enough to be considered a local. The pace, the quiet and the many friends make life there well worth the lack of dating material. A girlfriend would still be nice, and the new sheriff is easy on the eyes. It's entirely natural for Morgan and Reese to be friendly, but Reese's repeated reminders that she's not sticking around make it impossible for anything more between them. That is, until they strike a no strings bargain. Some guaranteed exchange of heat as the long winter sets in seems just what they need to pass the time. So what if it's the best sex they've ever had? It's still only temporary. They won't mistake sex for more, even if it only gets better—month after month. After month. No Strings—it seemed like a good idea at the time.
Sandy Springs

Sandy Springs

Author: Kimberly M. Brigance, Morris V. Moore, Heritage Sandy Springs
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439637776
Pages: 128
Year: 2010-02-08
Sandy Springs has always been a community in transition. Bounded to the north by the Chattahoochee River, the area was contested by both the Cherokee Nation and the Creek Confederacy, who used the river as a territorial marker. To the south, the urban center of Atlanta has blessed and, at times, cursed her rural neighbor with close proximity. Today Sandy Springs is still in transition. From a rural village to one of Georgia’s newest cities, the history of Sandy Springs is a story of change.
Citrus, Sawmills, Critters & Crackers

Citrus, Sawmills, Critters & Crackers

Author: Elizabeth Riegler MacManus, Susan A. MacManus
Publisher: University of Tampa
ISBN: 1879852586
Pages: 544
Year: 1998

Springs of Texas

Springs of Texas

Author: Gunnar M. Brune
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
ISBN: 1585441961
Pages: 566
Year: 2002
This text explores the natural history of Texas and more than 2900 springs in 183 Texas counties. It also includes an in-depth discussion of the general characteristics of springs - their physical and prehistoric settings, their historical significance, and their associated flora and fauna.
Running Springs

Running Springs

Author: Stanley E. Bellamy
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 0738546798
Pages: 127
Year: 2007
For centuries, the mountains and valleys that became the Running Springs area have swelled with natural resources, supplying the hunting and gathering needs of Native Americans who harvested acorns and herbs and hunted deer and other wildlife to sustain themselves through the winters in the valleys below. Nineteenthcentury gold prospectors passed through the Running Springs vicinity on their way to the Holcomb Valley. Lumbermen came to harvest the virgin timber, supplying the construction requirements of the booming population of Southern California as well as the need for shook, the thin-shaved boards used to make packing and shipping boxes for the fast-growing citrus industries. The early days of Running Springs are detailed in this winding trip through San Bernardino Countys namesake mountains in vintage photographs, which also profile the nearby settlements of Arrowbear Lake and Green Valley Lake.
Appendix to Journals of Senate and Assembly ... of the Legislature

Appendix to Journals of Senate and Assembly ... of the Legislature

Author: Nevada. Legislature
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Year: 1923

Delay of Game

Delay of Game

Author: Tracey Richardson
Publisher: Bella Books
ISBN: 1594936714
Pages: 258
Year: 2017-02-01
Passion and patriotism sizzle on the ice at the Winter Olympics. It’s been a dozen years since two of the world’s best women hockey players, Niki Hartling and Eva Caruso, first competed against each other in the Olympic Games. The pressure of the intense USA–Canada rivalry forced an end to their love affair, and both women moved on—Niki to coach and to marry, Eva to stretch out a playing career that her ravaged body can barely sustain anymore. The Games are upon them once again. Eva wants one last chance to beat the Canadians and win hockey’s biggest prize. Niki, now a widow and single mother, strives to coach her country to gold, even as the obstacles against her mount. The locker room seems to have ears and there are few people Niki and Eva can trust. Rivals and former lovers on hockey’s biggest stage, will Niki and Eva feel the same spark that first brought them together? And can they win on—and off—the ice with the whole world watching?
The Cabin on Sawmill Creek

The Cabin on Sawmill Creek

Author: Mary Jo Churchwell
Publisher: Caxton Press
ISBN: 0870043803
Pages: 228
Year: 1997-01
Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press Mary Jo and Stew Churchwell fled Southern California to get away from the rat race. They couldn't get much farther away than a cabin on a tiny stream called Sawmill Creek, high in the Idaho Rockies. Mary Jo details what it's like to live on $2,500 a year, fifteen miles from the nearest power pole, in a canyon where summer often lasts only a month.
Report

Report

Author: Nevada. State Engineer
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Year: 1942

Ocean Springs

Ocean Springs

Author: Joyce M. Shaw, Betty Hancock Shaw
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 0738594202
Pages: 127
Year: 2012-12-10
Nestled at the heart of the beautiful Mississippi Gulf Coast, lined with white beaches, shaded by majestic live oak trees, and caressed by gentle sea breezes, Ocean Springs has grown over the last century from a small fishing and agricultural village into a lively arts community. With rich historical roots beginning with the establishment of a French beachhead in 1699, Ocean Springs was incorporated in 1892 with fewer than 600 residents and has grown to a population of 17,442 as of 2010. Ocean Springs is a modern cosmopolitan mix of creative arts, fine dining, light industry, and seashore recreation. A visit to Ocean Springs is a pleasant mix of old and new, with quiet tree-lined streets, busy galleries and museums, restful parks, and treasured memories of the past.