Brothers Down: Pearl Harbor and The Fate of The Many Brothers Aboard The USS Arizona [Audiobook]

Brothers Down: Pearl Harbor and The Fate of The Many Brothers Aboard The USS Arizona [Audiobook]

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Roche Harbor Rogue by D.W. Ulsterman

Without a Trace (A Rock Harbor Mystery – 1) by Colleen Coble

Without a Trace A Rock Harbor Mystery – 1 by Colleen Coble
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 245.07 MB
Overview: **From USA TODAY bestselling romantic suspense author Colleen Coble comes a riveting mystery that draws together a plane crash, a lost husband and son, a violent crime, and a mother and her search-and-rescue dog who will stop at nothing to bring the child home.
It’s been months since the crash. K-9 search-and-rescue worker Bree Nicholls knows the chances of finding her husband and son in the vast wilderness of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula grow more remote by the day. But her heart and her faithful dog, Samson, demand she keep searching.
Deep in the woods a young boy wakes in a tiny cabin. He’s being nursed back to health by a reclusive woman, but he can’t figure out why she calls him by a name he doesn’t recognize. Or why she’s calling herself his mother. He wants to leave, but as winter sets in, his very life depends on her care.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Mystery & Suspense

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Beyond a Doubt (A Rock Harbor Mystery – 2) by Colleen Coble

Beyond a Doubt A Rock Harbor Mystery – 2 by Colleen Coble
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 235.73 MB
Overview: Evidence of a violent crime in Bree’s basement causes police to re-open a cold case. Can she and her K-9 search dog, Samson, stop the killer before he strikes again?
Bree Nicholls has made a name for herself finding missing persons and solving mysteries in the untamed wilderness of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula with her faithful search-and-rescue dog, Samson. Yet she still doubts herself, grieving the loss of her husband and longing for her young son’s forgiveness.
When a basement remodeling project at her lighthouse home uncovers evidence from a case the Rock Harbor police gave up on long ago, Bree’s family comes under attack. Someone wants something from the house . . . or possibly someone.
Ranger Kade Matthews steps in to help, winning Bree’s friendship and making real headway with her son, Davy. But there’s still a killer somewhere in Rock Harbor. It will take everything Bree and Samson can do to protect her family from the danger lurking outside the lighthouse door.
“A heart-warming romance [with] plot twists that will keep you guessing.” -Tamera Alexander, USA Today Best-Selling Author
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Mystery & Suspence

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Bar Harbor Babylon by Dan Landrigan

Bar Harbor Babylon: Murder, Misfortune, and Scandal on Mount Desert Island by Dan Landrigan, Leslie Landrigan
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 4.9 MB
Overview: Mount Desert Island has attracted scoundrels and scandals for more than 100 years. Steady as the tide, every summer brings a rush of summer residents from eastern cities to the island and nothing thrilled them so much as a good scandal.

In its heyday, Mount Desert was a wild oasis where the summercators could carry on in comparative privacy. Today, unfortunately, unlike Las Vegas, what happened on Mount Desert doesn’t always stay on Mount Desert. The scandals that were the talk of the picnics and outings that filled the summer visitors’ days are brought back to life in Bar Harbor Babylon.

Murderers, thieves, cheaters and scammers have all made their mark on the tiny towns of Mount Desert. This book will take the reader on a tour of the misadventures and misfortunes that punctuate the island’s wealthy and privileged past.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Remembering Pearl Harbor by means of Robert S. La Forte

Remembering Pearl Harbor: Eyewitness Accounts by means of U.S. Military Men and Women by means of Robert S. La Forte, Ronald E. Marcello
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1 mb
Overview: Many books had been written in regards to the Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor, an unheard of tournament that introduced the United States into World War II. But here’s a uncommon compilation of eyewitness accounts by means of those that in fact survived the bombing on December 7, 1941. This ebook is their tale. Not the reputable model from the highest brass, however the riveting, clear-as-yesterday accounts of the peculiar squaddies, sailors, airmen, nurses, chaplains, and other halves who had been at Pearl Harbor, going about their customary lives that fateful Sunday morning. From the burning deck of the Tennessee within the inferno of Battleship Row, from the airfields, from the hospitals, and from the Navy Yard dry docks come the chilling and unforgettable tales of those courageous women and men.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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John Ajvide Lindqvist – Harbor

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Charleston Harbor Novels: Books 1 – 3

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Day of Infamy: The Bombing of Pearl Harbor by Walter Lord

Day of Infamy: The Bombing of Pearl Harbor by Walter Lord
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1 Mb
Overview: Lord’s classic, bestselling account of the bombing of Pearl Harbor

The Day of Infamy began as a quiet morning on the American naval base at Pearl Harbor. But as Japan’s deadly torpedoes suddenly rained down on the Pacific fleet, soldiers, generals, and civilians alike felt shock, then fear, then rage. From the chaos, a thousand personal stories of courage emerged. Drawn from hundreds of interviews, letters, and diaries, Walter Lord recounts the many tales of heroism and tragedy by those who experienced the attack firsthand. From the musicians of the USS Nevada who insisted on finishing “The Star Spangled Banner” before taking cover, to the men trapped in the capsized USS Oklahoma who methodically voted on the best means of escape, each story conveys the terror and confusion of the raid, as well as the fortitude of those who survived.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Pearl Harbor 1941. Der Paukenschlag im Pazifik [German]

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Bleak Harbor by Bryan Gruley