Thursday Afternoon’s Mix of eBooks

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James Willard Schultz Collection
by James Willard Schultz
Biography & Memoir

James Willard Schultz (1859–1947) was an author, explorer, and historian known for his historical writings of the Blackfoot Indians in the late 1800s, when he lived among them as a fur trader. His work is important because it contains first-hand accounts from Native Americans which he recorded and wove exciting biographical narratives around.

The James Willard Schultz Collection includes the four books Schultz is best known for – Bird Woman (Sacajawea) the Guide of Lewis and Clark: Her Own Story Now First Given to the World…


The Supreme Court of Heaven
by Mcebo Michael Metfula
Religious & Inspirational

God established the Supreme Court of Heaven after the creation of the heavens and the earth. He established it because he had created beings both in heaven and on earth that had freewill. When their freewill would lead them against his will, then he would need to use this court to judge them. Either angels or people, all would have to face the judgement of God. No creature has power to escape God’s judgement in heaven.

In some cases compiled in this book of revelations, God appears in the court as the Defendant, because even his creation is allowed to file cases against him. So if God is the Defendant in some cases, then who is the Judge?


Writing the Cozy Mystery
by Nancy J. Cohen
Crafts & Hobbies

Do you want to write a mystery but don’t have a clue where to start? Or maybe you’ve begun a story but are stuck on the plot? Perhaps you’re already writing a series, and you need tips on how to keep track of your material? Writing the Cozy Mystery is a valuable guide on how to write a traditional whodunit.

This concise tool will show you step-by-step how to develop your characters, establish the setting, plot the story, add suspense, plant clues and sustain your series. You’ll find everything you need to know in an easy-to-read, clear manner to write your own mystery.


The Last Chance Olive Ranch
by Susan Wittig Albert
Cozy Mystery

Max Mantel, the killer McQuaid put away years ago, has busted out of the Huntsville prison and appears to be headed for Pecan Springs. McQuaid knows there’s only one way to stop the vengeful convict–set a trap with himself as bait.

China wants to stay by her husband’s side and keep him from harm. But McQuaid insists that she get out of town and go to the Last Chance Olive Ranch, where she’s agreed to teach a workshop on herbs. When China and her best friend arrive at the ranch, she learns the owner, Maddie Haskell, has her own troubles…


Heartwarming Contemporary Christian Christmas Collection
by Leah Atwood
Holiday Romance

Enjoy three heartwarming and inspiring Christmas novellas from USA Today Bestselling Author Leah Atwood.

Come to Me Joyful: Kate Jergens presents her life as the picture of perfection to everyone outside her close-knit circle. Old insecurities prevent her from letting people see who she really is. As the holidays approach, events cause those insecurities to reappear. When Luke Tatum catches his co-worker, Kate, with her guard down he realizes he doesn’t know her as well as he thought. As he discovers who Kate really is behind her mask of flawlessness, his admiration for her grows and he finds himself more drawn to her. Also included: Waiting on Love and Wrapped in Love!


A Split in Time
by Vin Carver
Dark Fantasy

Fifteen-year-old Warren Renner fantasizes about living alone in the forest on the edge of small-town Tamarack–no gym class, no yelling, and no death threats. His suicidal best friend, Tanner, fantasizes about getting high for the first time, and insists Warren come with him.

But when a lightning strike breaks up their party, a murderous old man tries to keep Warren from discovering a parallel time line where his parents don’t yell at each other, no one at school is trying to kill him, and his brother is still alive. Now, Warren must choose between the depression and loss he has always known, and a world where nothing ever goes wrong. Which would you choose?