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The Bucks Stop Here

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Updated edition of the City bestseller, with a brand new epilogue. By most people's standards, Jim Parton was being paid vast sums of money for doing nothing very much in the City. That is until, right in the middle of the recession, he is unceremoni

A Texas Ranger And Frontiersman: The Days Of Buck Barry In Texas 1845-1906

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"Although Jim Bowie and Davy Crockett were more celebrated, Buck Barry did as much or more to tame the Old Southwest. During a long and useful life he was a professional soldier, stock farmer, sheriff, and member of the legislature. His memoirs ar

Family Jewell

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Thomas Wolfe may have said that you cant go home again, but nobody told Jewell Mattingly Garrett, who, once more, takes us back to rural Buck Creek, Kentucky, circa 1977, to re-visit the goings-on in her own hectic life (through new personal diary

Treasure Island

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Having outwitted a band of pirates to obtain a map disclosing the whereabouts of Captain Flint's treasure, Young Jim sets sail for Treasure Island. But the crew of the Hispaniola are not what they seem. Revealing themselves as another gang of cut throats, led by the villainous Long John Silver, they are hell-bent on seizing both the ship and the treasure. Will they succeed? The struggle of Young Jim and his friends as they do battle on the high seas is thrillingly played out.

Programming in ILE RPG

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Since its original publication, Programming in RPG IV has given thousands of students and professionals a strong foundation in the essentials of business programming using RPG IV. Now, the long-awaited Fifth Edition, retitled Programm

Mastering IBM i

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A comprehensive introduction to IBM i-the operating system that runs on IBM's midrange computer systems (System i, iSeries, AS/400)-and its facilities, this in-depth resource uses step-by-step exercises, review questions, and chapter labs to teach

Programming in RPG IV

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Recently revised and updated, this informative reference gives students and professionals a strong foundation in the essentials of business programming using RPG IV. Complete with numerous programming examples and support material, this account co

Control Language Programming for IBM i

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Covering the basics of Control Language (CL) programming as well as the latest CL features-including new structured-programming capabilities, file-processing enhancements, and the Integrated Language Environment-this resource is geared towards stu

Family Jewell

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Thomas Wolfe may have said that you can't go home again, but nobody told Jewell Mattingly Garrett, who, once more, takes us back to rural Buck Creek, Kentucky, circa 1977, to re-visit the goings-on in her own hectic life (through new personal diary entries), in the lives of her growing family (via more letters to her younger, more sophisticated sister, Ruby JaNelle Mattingly Clarkson, in Falstaff, Arizona), and in the lives of her friends and neighbors and the world at large (in her weekly newspaper column in the local Beattyville Weekly Word). Catch up with Jewell and the cast of eccentric characters from 2008's Family Gems in this hilarious and heartwarming sequel, Family Jewell, to learn what's new with her tight-knit Kentucky clan-both "in-laws" and "out-laws"-and her close circle of companions and confidants at the Kurl Up and Dye Beauty Salon, including fighting fraternal twin sister beauticians Teensie and Weensie Bottoms and their comical, cross-dressing co-worker and co-hort in crime, "Mr. Jerry" Combs-not to mention a host of memorable new characters introduced in this latest slice of down-home Southern life. Prepare yourself for the wedding of the social season; a funeral (or two) you won't soon forget; unexpected branches sprouting from the already-tangled family tree; more oddball antics from drug-and-alcohol-addicted eldest sister Opal Ovada Mattingly Skaggs (who refuses to let her idol Elvis go gentle into his own good night); and, last but not least, another treasure trove of time-tested and tasty recipes courtesy of the hands of the good Christian women of the Buck Creek Community Homemaker's Club. So, pour yourself and big cup of coffee, cut yourself a hearty piece of pie, and settle into your easiest chair for a second helping of "authentic. Southern rural family ways and foodways" (Bowling Green Daily News) first cooked up in Family Gems and now being served again in Family Jewell.

Giving the Finger

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Part documentary, part reality-television, the story of the Deadliest Catch's Alaskan crab fishermen risking their lives in the Bering Sea to make a buck and feed their families has captivated the world. Giving the Finger follows

Riding from Memories

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Disillusioned and heartbroken at the atrocities of the Civil War, Josiah Johnson, better known as Buck, finds himself an outcast as a Southern-born Alabama boy fighting for the North as a Union soldier. Instead of letting the Mason/Dixon line dict

Riding from Memories

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Disillusioned and heartbroken at the atrocities of the Civil War, Josiah Johnson, better known as Buck, finds himself an outcast as a Southern-born Alabama boy fighting for the North as a Union soldier. Instead of letting the Mason/Dixon line dictate his values and loyalties, Buck follows his conscience and fights for freedom instead of oppression. By choosing a path only he understands, life is unpredictable and being scorned is a frequent occurrence. Captured in battle and imprisoned in the horrendous conditions at the Confederate prison in Andersonville, Georgia, Buck knows it was either escape or die of starvation and sickness. Once free, he has one goal-start a new life in the Western frontier as far away from the bloody battlefields and devastation as he can get. The journey west is full of danger and suspense and enough adventure to last a lifetime as Buck searches for his new life, hoping to rid himself of war memories.

Programming in RPG IV

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Recently revised and updated, this informative reference gives students and professionals a strong foundation in the essentials of business programming using RPG IV. Complete with numerous programming examples and support material, this account covers a variety of topics, including program development process, RPG IV specifications and operations, top down structured design, database definition and processing, interactive applications, and modular programming. Comprehensive and compatible with IBM i Release 5.4, 6.1, 7.1 and later releases, this manual will equip academics with the necessary tools to create highly effective and maintainable RPG IV programs using the latest techniques.

Control Language Programming for IBM I

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Covering the basics of Control Language (CL) programming as well as the latest CL features-including new structured-programming capabilities, file-processing enhancements, and the Integrated Language Environment-this resource is geared towards students learning CL. The book guides readers towards a professional grasp of CL techniques, introducing complex processes and concepts through review questions, hands-on exercises, and programming assignments that reinforce each chapter's contents. In addition to 25 chapters that cover CL from start to finish, a comprehensive appendix with condensed references to the most commonly used CL commands is also included along with two additional appendices that cover the essentials of programming tools and debugging.

Phoenix Sound, The:

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In 1956, a fresh-faced Sanford Clark recorded "The Fool" with guitarist Al Casey at Floyd Ramsey's small Phoenix recording studio. Written by local deejay Lee Hazlewood, the song became a top-ten Billboard hit nationwide and launched a new trailblazing era of Arizona music. Their success paved the way for other Phoenix acts and producers to chart national hits. Grammy-winning audio engineer Jack Miller started out in Ramsey's studio, and Hazlewood produced rock hall of famer Duane Eddy's debut album, Have 'Twangy' Guitar, Will Travel. These early artists pioneered a sound that inspired Arizona's best musicians from Waylon Jennings and Buck Owens to Stevie Nicks and Linda Ronstadt. Join former radio and broadcast personality Jim West for the story and soundtrack to the early days of music in the Valley of the Sun.

Mastering IBM I: The Complete Resource for Today's IBM I System

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A comprehensive introduction to IBM i the operating system that runs on IBM's midrange computer systems (System i, iSeries, AS/400) and its facilities, this in-depth resource uses step-by-step exercises, review questions, and chapter labs to teach new programmers the latest system concepts and tools. Reflecting system changes that have occurred since 2000, topics include Rational Developer for Power (RDP), RDP Screen Designer and Report Designer, IBM i Access for Windows, IBM i Access for Web, IBM DB2 Web Query for i, and Remote System Explorer (RSE).

Black Eagle Force

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BUCK STIENKE & KEN FARMER'S BLACK EAGLE FORCE Black Eagle Force is a fast-paced series of military techno-thrillers about a top secret Special Ops team created for missions that are not-and cannot-be officially approved. The BEF is contracted to the Department of Defense to protect America's interests where ever they might be. You never saw us. This never happened. We don't exist. We are the Black Eagle Force. "Comparable to Tom Clancy at his best" - Dwight J. Zimmerman "Action Packed" - Phil Ward "Sings with authenticity and action" - Jim DeFelice "Riveting" - Marshall Teague BLACK EAGLE FORCE explodes out of the current day violence now occurring on the US border with Mexico, involving Mexican drug cartels and terrorists. President Annette Henry Thompson calls on the BEF to intercept 'suitcase nuclear devices' headed to a Mexican terrorist group planning to detonate the nukes in the US. The nukes and twenty female sex slaves are being held by a notorious terrorist arms dealer and human trafficker on his heavily defended island north of the Yucatan Peninsula in the Gulf of Mexico. Dare Phillips and Mike Hermann deploy their elite Special Ops force with their unique and deadly "Black Eagle" VTOL's in the path of Hurricane Ellen.

Leopards Kill

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A journey into the hell that is the War on Terror-a Heart of Darkness for the new century. Former Army Special Forces soldier Jack Pilgrim has it all - big bucks, a successful security business with plush government contracts, a be

Haunted Falls

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Shots ringing out from the brush signal the beginning of Haunted Falls, the second book in the Ken Farmer and Buck Stienke series of western novels. The stories follow US Marshall Bass Reeves and his cohorts as they fight to keep peace in the Indian Territory of the late 19th century. Several Deputy Marshals join Bass Reeves and Jed Neal as they hunt the infamous Dalton gang. They're also trying to find out what happened to one of their undercover deputies, Jack McGann. They didn't know Jack was shot in that first fracas and presumed dead, but by a strange twist of fate, he survived. Jack's journey takes him to a haunted falls where he meets a little girl and a sacred wolf of the Chickasaw Nation. This meeting creates a mystery that will baffle the reader all the way to the end. What follows is the archetype of the old west. You will be spellbound by the action, adventure and romance. The writing duo demonstrates some of the action: "When the gunsmoke had cleared, it was discovered that in addition to the outlaw, Jim Wallace, Longview residents George Buckingham and Charles Learned were also killed in the battle. It was never determined whose bullets killed the two men. Wounded in the fight besides City Marshal Matt Muckleroy with a heavy contusion and broken ribs were citizens Walter McQueen and T.J. Summers. Over two hundred rounds were known to have been fired in the gunfight." Often a sequel is not as well received as the first book in a series. In this case, Haunted Falls is as good if not better. You will have to read it to make up your own mind. I have made up mine. Buck Stienke and Ken Farmer are the authors of the best selling and award winning Black Eagle Force series of books. They both have military backgrounds and have worked as actors, directors, producers and screenwriters. Now they've turned to writing novels. They describe themselves as "Faction" writers, shown best in their Bass Reeves novels.

Family Gems

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Family Gems is set in 1976 and 1977. It consists of the written correspondence (including family recipes and small-town newspaper columns) between two middle-aged sisters, Jewell Mattingly Garrett of Buck Creek, Kentucky, and Ruby JaNelle Mattingly Clarkson of Falstaff, Arizona. Through their letters, other characters come alive: their siblings-level-headed and loving brother Garnett Greene Mattingly and drug-and-alcohol-addicted, widowed sister Opal Ovada Mattingly Skaggs; their spouses, children, grandchildren, and other extended family members. Many other eccentric characters from the community of Buck Creek, Kentucky also appear such as Teensie and Weensie Bottoms, fraternal twin sisters who co-own and operate the local beauty salon, along with Mr. Jerry Combs, a cross-dressing, homosexual hair dresser who rents a booth in the shop. During the course of their correspondence, a lifetime of family secrets-including one son's coming out and one daughter's interracial romance and unplanned pregnancy-are revealed and reviewed, always with compassion and with humor, both warmhearted and wicked.
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