Strike Dog

Author: Joseph Heywood
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762797746
Size: 29.28 MB
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A serial killer is knocking off America's best conservation officers—and Service learns he is next on the list. The FBI brings him on the case, but Service is also out for blood. The killer has murdered his girlfriend, Maridly Nantz, and his son, Walter. Service must navigate the terrain of his own grief as well as the killer's twisted mind. For more on Joseph Heywood and the Woods Cop Mysteries, visit the author's website.

Hog Hunting With Dogs

Author: Sean Kelley
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1449032958
Size: 75.66 MB
Format: PDF
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This book is for hunters that wish to get involved in the sport of hog hunting with dogs. This book is for beginners and experts alike. Everyone will be able to use this book to quickly learn what they need to start hunting right away.

Galactic Hot Dogs 2

Author: Max Brallier
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481424963
Size: 32.95 MB
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Cosmoe, Princess Dagger, Humphree, and the gang are back for another wild space adventure in the second hilarious illustrated novel of the Galactic Hot Dogs series, which Lincoln Peirce calls an “an insanely entertaining, eye-popping adventure.” What could go better with wieners than a flying space circus? Nothing! Which is why Humphree’s all jazzed up at the chance to sell Galactic Hot Dogs as the official food of Crostini’s Cosmic Carnival and Wonder Circus train. Cosmoe’s not entirely convinced—but once his skills as a monster tamer are unveiled, the deal is done and the Neon Wiener is officially hooked onto the train. Only things aren’t quite what they seem at this circus, and pretty soon Cosmoe realizes he and his buddies are in more danger than ever. To get to the bottom of it all, they have to travel somewhere pretty familiar, providing a glimpse at last into Cosmoe’s past and how he ended up aboard the Wiener in the first place.

Coon Hunting In Schuyler County Illinois

Author: Don Lerch
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1475943679
Size: 55.30 MB
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"Don Lerch a native of Schuyler County had a thought about coon hunting and decided to ask various people he knew that were coon hunters to write stories of their hunting days." -- back cover.

Through The Hoop 1979

Author: Tema Okun
Publisher: The Institute for Southern Studies
ISBN:
Size: 24.50 MB
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Through the Hoop To arc a jump shot through the orange rim . . . to tap in a rebound . . . putting the ball through the hoop represents a transcendent moment in basketball for player, team, and crowd. Such a moment exists in every sport. But to enjoy it, fans and athletes alike are often forced through other kinds of hoops. Sports can be violent, lonely, poetic, painful, uplifting. It can breed fitness or injury, sufficiency or dependence, pride or prejudice, friendship or hostility. When does the discipline of sport become dangerous obedience? When does self-mastery become self-aggrandizement? When does athletic activity cease to be empowering for the participants and fans to become an exercise of power over us? Answers to such questions are hard to find. Sports, unlike most topics previously addressed in special issues of Southern Exposure — labor, women, folk life, health, prisons — has never had a network of informed progressives working outside the established channels, posing critical questions, offering insightful direction for our thinking and doing. Trusted commentators and friends who know where they stand and why with regard to other central aspects of our culture shy away from giving serious thought to sport. As a result, many of us are left with personal confusions brought on by alternating experiences of frustration and fulfillment: How do we talk about a subject that on the one hand can be so easily criticized for abuses and on the other hand remains so compelling? How do we effectively criticize the sports establishment that manages ACC basketball or NFL football when we find ourselves glued to the set at playoff time?