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Santa comes to town, but crossword editor Belle Graham and her PI husband, Rosco Polycrates, may find this holiday more naughty than nice. With Christmas approaching, Belle Graham and her husband, Rosco Polycrates, are getting into the holiday spirit. While Belle does her part creating a Noel crossword contest, Rosco dons red suit and snowy beard to collect toys for the town's annual children's drive. But his good will starts to dim when he and two Newcastle Police Department colleagues are mistaken for escaped convicts masquerading as small-town Santas. On the domestic front, Belle's canine bodyguards, Kit and Gabby, have their own ideas about holiday gift giving. Turns out everyone may be barking up the wrong tree. Can the canine corps come to the rescue in time for Christmas? This audiobook includes four crossword puzzles that can be downloaded as a PDF, with answers. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Noah Michael Levine. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/020382/bk_adbl_020382_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Marine Corps Private First Class Troy Hester is home for the holidays, after a long deployment overseas. Troy runs into his high school sweetheart, Georgia Hopper, who recently became engaged to an older man, Cliff Jameson. The spark between Troy and Georgia inadvertently reignites when Cliff invites the young serviceman over for dinner. But, is it truly an accident that an old relationship rekindles? Or, does Cliff have ulterior motives to planning this dinner date? And what will Troy do when he falls back in love with Georgia and has to leave again? The military calls Troy, but will passion for a love lost overcome his desire to serve his nation? Find out more in Roommate Ménage: Holiday Homecoming, an intriguing and spellbinding standalone threesome romance story, between two former lovers separated by service to the military. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Neil Keck. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/094272/bk_acx0_094272_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A chronicling of the Tet Offensive, a campaign of surprise attacks in the Vietnam War launched by the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese People's Army of Vietnam against the forces of South Vietnam the United States, so named because the attacks took place during the Tet holiday, the Vietnamese New Year. The communists launched a wave of attacks in the late night hours of 30 January in the I and II Corps Tactical Zones of South Vietnam. This early attack did not lead to widespread defensive measures. When the main communist operation began the next morning, the offensive was countrywide and well coordinated, with eventually more than 80,000 communist troops striking more than 100 towns and cities, including 36 of 44 provincial capitals, five of the six autonomous cities, 72 of 245 district towns, and the southern capital. The offensive was the largest military operation conducted by either side up to that point in the war. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kevin Kollins. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/046257/bk_acx0_046257_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In March 1941 Jimmy Stewart, America's boy next door and recent Academy Award winner, left fame and fortune behind and joined the United States Army Air Corps to fulfill his family mission and serve his country. He rose from private to colonel and participated in 20 often-brutal World War II combat missions over Germany and France. In mere months the war took away his boyish looks as he faced near-death experiences and the loss of men under his command. The war finally won, he returned home with millions of other veterans to face an uncertain future, suffering what we now know as PTSD. Younger stars like Gregory Peck were now getting roles that might have been Stewart's, and he didn't know if he would ever work in Hollywood again. Then came It's a Wonderful Life. For the next half century, Stewart refused to discuss his combat experiences and took the story of his service to the grave. Mission presents the first in-depth look at Stewart's life as a squadron commander in the skies over Germany, his return to Hollywood, and the changed man who embarked on production of America's most beloved holiday classic. Author Robert Matzen sifted through thousands of Air Force combat reports and the Stewart personnel files; interviewed surviving aviators who flew with Stewart; visited the James Stewart Papers at Brigham Young University; flew in the cockpits of the B-17 Flying Fortress and B-24 Liberator; and walked the earth of air bases in England used by Stewart in his combat missions of 1943-45. What emerges in Mission is the story of a Jimmy Stewart you never knew until now - a story more fantastic than any he brought to the screen. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Peter Berkrot. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/009850/bk_blak_009850_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
It wasn¿t rockets or artillery that came through the skies one week during the war. It was the horrific force of nature that suddenly put both sides in awe. As an unofficial truce began, questions and emotions battled inside every air crewman¿s mind as they faced masses of Vietnamese civilians outside their protective base perimeters for the first time. Could we trust them not to shoot? Could they trust us not to drop them off in a detention camp? Truces never last, but life changes a bit for all the people involved while they are happening. Sometimes wars are suspended and fighting stops for a while. A holiday that both sides recognize might do it, as happened in the Christmas truce during World War I. Weather might do it, too, as it did in Vietnam in October 1970. The ¿typhoon truce¿ was just as real, and the war stopped for three days in northern I Corps--that area bordering the demilitarized zone separating South Vietnam from the North. The unofficial ¿typhoon truce¿ came because first, Super Typhoon Joan arrived, devastating all the coastal lowlands in I Corps and further up into North Vietnam. Then, less than a week later came Super Typhoon Kate. Kate hit the same area with renewed fury, leaving the entire countryside under water and the people there faced with both war and natural disaster at the same time. No one but the Americans, the foreign warriors fighting throughout the country, had the resources to help the people who lived in the lowlands, and so they did. For the men who took their helicopters out into the unending rain it really made little difference. Perhaps no one would shoot at them for a while, but the everyday dangers they faced remained, magnified by the low clouds and poor visibility. The crews got just as tired, maybe more so, than on normal missions. None of that really mattered. The aircrews of the 101st Airborne went out to help anyway, because rescuing people was now their mission. In this book we see how for a brief period during an otherwise vicious war, saving life took precedence over bloody conflict.