Blood Trails

  • Filename: blood-trails.
  • ISBN: 9780307494191
  • Release Date: 2008-12-18
  • Number of pages: 320
  • Author: Christopher Ronnau
  • Publisher: Presidio Press



BAPTISM BY FIRE Chris Ronnau volunteered for the Army and was sent to Vietnam in January 1967, armed with an M-14 rifle and American Express traveler’s checks. But the latter soon proved particularly pointless as the private first class found himself in the thick of two pivotal, fiercely fought Big Red One operations, going head-to-head against crack Viet cong and NVA troops in the notorious Iron Triangle and along the treacherous Cambodian border near Tay Ninh. Patrols, ambushes, plunging down VC tunnels, search and destroy missions–there were many ways to drive the enemy from his own backyard, as Ronnau quickly discovered. Based on the journal Ronnau kept in Vietnam, Blood Trails captures the hellish jungle war in all its stark life-and-death immediacy. This wrenching chronicle is also stirring testimony to the quiet courage of those unsung American heroes, many not yet twenty-one, who had a job to do and did it without complaint–fighting, sacrificing, and dying for their country. Includes sixteen pages of rare and never-before-seen combat photos From the Paperback edition.

Blood Trails

  • Filename: blood-trails.
  • ISBN: 9780778312413
  • Release Date: 2011-09-20
  • Number of pages: 363
  • Author: Sharon Sala
  • Publisher: MIRA



When she discovers that she is the daughter of a notorious serial killer known as The Hunter, Holly Slade searches for her father and her missing mother, which leads her to a terrible truth no one could have imagined.

Blood Trail

  • Filename: blood-trail.
  • ISBN: 0399154884
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Number of pages: 301
  • Author: C. J. Box
  • Publisher: Penguin



In the wake of an elk hunter's grisly murder, Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett is directed by the governor to investigate the relevance of a mysterious poker chip found at the crime scene. By the author of Free Fire.

Blood Trails

  • Filename: blood-trails.
  • ISBN: 9781595788610
  • Release Date: 2011-10-03
  • Number of pages: 404
  • Author: Alianne Donnelly
  • Publisher: Liquid Silver Books



It was a simple matter of injecting herself with an extremely aggressive, genetically altered strain of a virus that would change every cell of Hailey’s body and give her the ability to shift her shape at will. What could possibly go wrong with that? The plan was simple: show everyone how brilliant she really is. Fast-forward past everything going horribly wrong to where Hailey is now ... dying. The only upside left is the gorgeous mind reader who seems to have trouble staying out of her most unguarded fantasies. Too bad he’s dragging her back to the one place she doesn’t want to go. The plan is never simple—and this new assignment is making it painfully clear that “simple” is just not meant for Jeremy. It couldn’t be as easy as getting the impossible female back home. No, he has to play protector to a woman who doesn’t want one, doesn’t need one, and has a tendency to cause total chaos with one heated look. But time is running out and the seemingly imagined threat is far more real than either of them anticipated. When all comes down to a single choice, which will it be: a life worth living, or one worth dying for? Content Notes: Hot, Paranormal, Shifters, Suspense, Science Fiction

Blood Trails II

  • Filename: blood-trails-ii.
  • ISBN: 0972280472
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Number of pages: 239
  • Author: Ted Nugent
  • Publisher: Woods N Water Incorporated



Make time to sit down with the Beast Master as soon as Blood Trails II arrives in your home, because you will want to sit back and go hunting with The Nuge himself! Written by one of the country's best-known deer-hunting fanatics (rock 'n' roll legend, host of “Surviving Nugent” on VH1 and “Spirit of the Wild” on The Outdoor Channel, and one of the nation's most strident hunting and firearms owners' advocate), BLOOD TRAILS II is packed with lore and lessons on hunting whitetails today. Sharing his own bowhunting experiences and philosophies, this completely updated and revised edition brings together strategies and tactics that are proven winners – in some cases; little-known techniques that just may work for you when nothing else will.Learn from Ted how to improve your arrow placement with his three-step archery prayer for shooting accuracy. Reflect on the blessings of the hunting season and how he believes, “self-sufficiency, after all, is the ultimate American Dream of independence and individualism . . . no doubt about it, hunting is the last and best way to remain in touch with a planet that miraculously sustains us all.” Get charged with his love of bringing archery to new shooters as he declares, “Every man, woman, boy, or girl, falls in love with the Zen-like charge of making that next arrow better.” Any hunter, rock 'n' roller, or just a Ted Nugent fan will want to add this book to his or her library. You will love and live along with Ted through his “absolute reverence for the precious beasts and their gift of protein.” This hardcover book has 256 pages including an 8-page color insert, over 80 new black and white photographs. There are 16 brand new “Teditorials,” a special section on “Ask Uncle Ted,” 12 compelling new hunts with Ted, 120 of his favorite hunts, and rock 'n' roll photos, too.Chapters include: * Ask Uncle Ted How to Maximize Your Spirit of the Wild * The Hunting vs. Anti-Hunting Game * Nuge's Favorite HuntStories * Ted & Shemane's Favorite Recipes * Mother Nature is a Bitch, But I Still Love Her

The Lawman Blood Trails

  • Filename: the-lawman-blood-trails.
  • ISBN: 9781101517499
  • Release Date: 2011-08-02
  • Number of pages: 256
  • Author: Lyle Brandt
  • Publisher: Penguin



U.S. Marshal Jack Slade puts his honeymoon on hold when a series of slasher murders makes the Wild West a little wilder.

Blood Trail

  • Filename: blood-trail.
  • ISBN: 0915463849
  • Release Date: 1998
  • Number of pages: 311
  • Author: Michael Sullivan
  • Publisher: Jameson Books (IL)



American David Farr's son Zack is contaminated with tainted blood while in Canada. To his horror an investigation leads back to his home state, Arkansas.

Blood Trail

  • Filename: blood-trail.
  • ISBN: 0786017198
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Number of pages: 352
  • Author: Steven Walker
  • Publisher: Pinnacle Books



Documents the seven-state killing spree of Joseph W. Brown, a twisted sexual predator, who brutally raped, tortured, and murdered fourteen women, shocking crimes that came to light when he, sentenced to life in prison after killing a woman he met in Gambler's Anonymous, confessed to the other murders. Orginal.

Blood Stains

  • Filename: blood-stains.
  • ISBN: 1426884303
  • Release Date: 2011-02-01
  • Number of pages: 400
  • Author: Sharon Sala
  • Publisher: MIRA



At the reading of her father's will, Maria Slade receives shocking news—as a four-year-old, she'd witnessed her prostitute mother's murder and been taken into hiding by the well-meaning preacher who'd raised her as his own. Maria remembers none of that. But now she's determined to flush her mother's killer out of hiding and discover the identity of her birth father. She heads to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where she meets Detective Bodie Scott. Empathizing with this beautiful woman looking to find out who she really is, he opens the decades-old case file. Their investigation leads them down a dangerous path, where no one is what they seem. Where a father does not want to be found. And a murderer has "like mother, like daughter" in mind for Maria.

The Blood Road

  • Filename: the-blood-road.
  • ISBN: UOM:39015045675009
  • Release Date: 1999
  • Number of pages: 432
  • Author: John Prados
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated



Examining memoirs, oral histories, and official documents from both sides, the author paints a vivid portrait of the infamous "Ho Chi Minh" trail used to smuggle troops and supplies into South Vietnam. Reprint.

Mixedblood Messages

  • Filename: mixedblood-messages.
  • ISBN: 0806133813
  • Release Date: 2001
  • Number of pages: 263
  • Author: Louis Owens
  • Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press



In this challenging and often humorous book, Louis Owens examines issues of Indian identity and relationship to the environment as depicted in literature and film and as embodied in his own mixedblood roots in family and land. Powerful social and historical forces, he maintains, conspire to colonize literature and film by and about Native Americans into a safe "Indian Territory" that will contain and neutralize Indians. Countering this colonial "Territory" is what Owens defines as "Frontier," a dynamic, uncontainable, multi-directional space within which cultures meet and even merge. Owens offers new insights into the works of Indian writers ranging from John Rollin Ridge, Mourning Dove, and D'Arcy McNickle to N. Scott Momaday, Leslie Silko, James Welch, and Gerald Vizenor. In his analysis of Indians in film he scrutinizes distortions of Indians as victims or vanishing Americans in a series of John Wayne movies and in the politically correct but false gestures of the more recent Dances With Wolves. As Owens moves through his personal landscape in Oklahoma, Mississippi, California, and New Mexico, he questions how human beings collectively can alter their disastrous relationship with the natural world before they destroy it. He challenges all of us to articulate, through literature and other means, messages of personal and environmental — as well as cultural—survival, and to explore and share these messages by writing and reading across cultural boundaries.

Blood Trail

  • Filename: blood-trail.
  • ISBN: 0915463849
  • Release Date: 1998
  • Number of pages: 311
  • Author: Michael Sullivan
  • Publisher: Jameson Books (IL)



American David Farr's son Zack is contaminated with tainted blood while in Canada. To his horror an investigation leads back to his home state, Arkansas.

Mixedblood Messages

  • Filename: mixedblood-messages.
  • ISBN: 0806133813
  • Release Date: 2001
  • Number of pages: 263
  • Author: Louis Owens
  • Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press



In this challenging and often humorous book, Louis Owens examines issues of Indian identity and relationship to the environment as depicted in literature and film and as embodied in his own mixedblood roots in family and land. Powerful social and historical forces, he maintains, conspire to colonize literature and film by and about Native Americans into a safe "Indian Territory" that will contain and neutralize Indians. Countering this colonial "Territory" is what Owens defines as "Frontier," a dynamic, uncontainable, multi-directional space within which cultures meet and even merge. Owens offers new insights into the works of Indian writers ranging from John Rollin Ridge, Mourning Dove, and D'Arcy McNickle to N. Scott Momaday, Leslie Silko, James Welch, and Gerald Vizenor. In his analysis of Indians in film he scrutinizes distortions of Indians as victims or vanishing Americans in a series of John Wayne movies and in the politically correct but false gestures of the more recent Dances With Wolves. As Owens moves through his personal landscape in Oklahoma, Mississippi, California, and New Mexico, he questions how human beings collectively can alter their disastrous relationship with the natural world before they destroy it. He challenges all of us to articulate, through literature and other means, messages of personal and environmental — as well as cultural—survival, and to explore and share these messages by writing and reading across cultural boundaries.

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