What if a band of Indians, not contacted since their ancestors retreated from the Spanish conquistadors, remained living in the Texas Hill Country? Young Kevin Jones, lost and injured, chances upon these people and begins a life unimaginably different from the one he has known. He learns the ways of living in harmony with nature and is opened to the strange and inexplicable world of shamanism.
The forces of darkness are gathering. An ancient evil is on the move. The future of the world as we know it rests on Bayliss's helpless shoulders. And he's too busy doing battle with midges, sheep, disobliging bits of landscape and his own unruly heart to give his full attention to the problem. Kevin Bayliss is not a man given to contemplation, and nothing in his carefree existence as barman and occasional DJ in a busy London bar has prepared him for a campaign against an unseen enemy in a landscape long on mountains, fog and wildlife and short on pavements, streetlights and fast-food outlets.
From the minds of T.S. Woolard, Michael Kanuckel, Essel Pratt, Zoltan Komor, Kevin Candela, Tina Piney, Jorge Palacios, Alice J. Black, C.S. Nelson, Amanda M. Lyons, Michael Noe, Brian Barr, Dani Brown, Kent Hill, Dixie Pinoit, Richard Ramsey, Jim Goforth
Author: Owen, Howard/ Kenerly, Kevin (NRT)Book Type: FILanguage: ENGLISHPublish Date: 2012/12/15Publisher Name: Blackstone Audio Inc
A unique insider's account of the Harper government so damning that it cannot be ignored. Kevin Page was appointed by the federal Conservatives to be the country's first parliamentary budget officer in March 2008. The move fulfilled a Tory campaign promise to deliver greater government transparency and accountability. He was later denounced by the same people who had appointed him to scrutinize their spending.
Born in a farmhouse in the Texas Hill Country, Lyndon Baines Johnson brought a western sensibility to the White House. Building on recent studies that have delved into Johnson's Texas roots, Kevin J. Fernlund has written a brief, lively biography of th
Kevin Kangaroo wants his mates to go with him on an adventure to the other side of the hill. The elder animals of the billabong warn Kevin of the vrooms who live at the long black paddock. Will Kevin talk his friends into going? Will he encounter a vroom? Come along on Kevin's adventures to find out and learn more about the land that is Australia. Each book in the series includes a short section at the end with pictures and information about the real animals depicted in the book and definitions of Australian words or phrases used.
This book examines the life of Jonathan Fisher (1768-1847), a native of Braintree, Massachusetts, and graduate of Harvard College who moved in his late twenties to Blue Hill, Maine, where he embarked on a multifaceted career as a pioneer minister, farmer, entrepreneur, and artist. Drawing on a vast record of letters, diaries, sermons, drawings, paintings, and buildings, Kevin D.