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Paradise Valley

Autor: Robyn Carr
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 0778315908
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Rick Sudder returns home from the Iraq War broken and alone, until the passion and commitment of a young woman restores his faith in love, while outsider Dan Brady gets an unexpectedly warm welcome when he arrives in Virgin River.

Detroit S Paradise Valley

Autor: Ernest H. Borden
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738531557
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One of the most prominent and dynamic African-American neighborhoods in U.S. history, Paradise Valley served as a social and cultural mecca for Detroit's black community from the 1920s through the 1950s. Now the site of stadiums and freeways, the area was once home to places like the Gotham Hotel and the Surf Club, and welcomed the likes of Billie Holiday, Joe Louis, and Sammy Davis Jr. This book uses more than 200 previously unpublished photographs to take readers on a rare tour of the entertainers, entrepreneurs, businesses, and events that made the now-lost Paradise Valley legendary.

Paradise Valley On The Yellowstone

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Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738508054
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Paradise Valley, located midway between Gardiner and Livingston, Montana, is aptly named. The area is surrounded by spectacular national parks and forests, follows the curves of the scenic Yellowstone River, and is hemmed with snow-capped mountains. But the stark beauty of the territory belies the often difficult way of life encountered by the area's early inhabitants.

Paradise Valley Nevada

Autor: Howard W. Marshall
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
ISBN: 9780816513109
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Stonemasons from the Alpine valleys of northwestern Italy shaped the architectural face of Paradise Valley in northern Nevada in the 1860s and 1870s. Drawing on their own distinctive skills, they constructed the constellation of granite and sandstone buildings that are the region's most visible landmarks. Marshall's analysis of this architectural legacy, illustrated with 229 photographs and 70 line drawings, is not only a valuable resource for scholars in vernacular architecture, folklore, and cultural geography, but also a verbal and visual treat for all who love the American West.

Paradise Valley Architecture

Autor: Douglas B. Sydnor
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 0738596590
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Three surveyors in the late 19th century were so attracted to the area's desert beauty that they named it "the Paradise Valley." Starting in the 1920s, adobe homes were constructed in various revival styles. In 1936, the Camelback Inn resort set a high-quality standard with an inviting and relaxed character. Other guest lodges arrived, including the Hermosa Inn and the El Chorro Lodge. The 1950s brought more luxurious resorts, including the Paradise Valley Racquet Club and the Mountain Shadows Resort. With the threat of Phoenix or Scottsdale annexing the area, the citizens started debating incorporation in 1949 and were successful in 1961. Churches, schools, town facilities, and single-family homes followed. Numerous town ordinances were adopted to preserve a quiet, desert lifestyle such as burying all utilities, restrictive zoning, and hillside preservation.

Paradise Valley

Autor: Jodi Villone
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1628382996
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It was fireworks, confetti, and passion—the day they fell in love. They were the perfect match; both charming, vibrant with life, and with mesmerizing blue eyes. Yes, it couldn’t get any better than that. Who would say no to true love? Anna was no exception. Jeff was the one. He was a dream. She was his answered prayer. Fate was on their side. Destiny brought them together. Life was sweet red wine and they had their fill of it. Anna and Jeff couldn’t have been happier. Theirs was a hot consuming love. They were both strong but together, they were untouchable. It was just the beginning for them but life can be mischievous—it has its way of surprising. Fate can be cruel. Destiny could change. In the blink of an eye, you may lose everything. A match made in heaven? Yes. Will it be the perfect fairytale ending? You tell me.

Paradise Valley The Daughters Of Caleb Bender Book 1

Autor: Dale Cramer
Publisher: Bethany House
ISBN: 9781441214089
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An Amish settlement in Ohio has run afoul of a law requiring their children to attend public school. Caleb Bender and his neighbors are arrested for neglect, with the state ordering the children be placed in an institution. Among them are Caleb's teenage daughter, Rachel, and the boy she has her eye on, Jake Weaver. Romance blooms between the two when Rachel helps Jake escape the children's home. Searching for a place to relocate his family where no such laws apply, Caleb learns there's inexpensive land for sale in Mexico, a place called Paradise Valley. Despite rumors of instability in the wake of the Mexican revolution, the Amish community decides this is their answer. And since it was Caleb's idea, he and his family will be the pioneers. They will send for the others once he's established a foothold and assessed the situation. Caleb's daughters are thrown into turmoil. Rachel doesn't want to leave Jake. Her sister, Emma, who has been courting Levi Mullet, fears her dreams of marriage will be dashed. Miriam has never had a beau and is acutely aware there will be no prospects in Mexico. Once there, they meet Domingo, a young man and guide who takes a liking to Miriam, something her father would never approve. While Paradise Valley is everything they'd hoped it would be, it isn't long before the bandits start giving them trouble, threatening to upset the fledgling Amish settlement, even putting their lives in danger. Thankfully no one has been harmed so far, anyway.

Paradise Valley

Autor: C.J. Box
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1466851996
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She almost caught him once. Now, he’s back. For three years, Investigator Cassie Dewell has been on a hunt for a serial killer known as the Lizard King whose hunting grounds are the highways and truck stops where runaways and prostitutes are most likely to vanish. Cassie almost caught him...once. Working for the Bakken County, North Dakota sheriff's department, Cassie has set what she believes is the perfect trap and she has lured him and his truck to a depot. But the plan goes horribly wrong, and the blame falls on Cassie. Disgraced, she loses her job and investigation into her role is put into motion. At the same time, Kyle Westergaard, a troubled kid whom Cassie has taken under her wing, has disappeared after telling people that he’s going off on a long-planned adventure. Kyle's grandmother begs Cassie to find him and, with nothing else to do, Cassie agrees—all the while hunting the truck driver. Now Cassie is a lone wolf. And in the same way that two streams converge into a river, Kyle's disappearance may have a more sinister meaning than anyone realizes. With no allies, no support, and only her own wits to rely on, Cassie must take down a killer who is as ruthless as he is cunning. But can she do it alone, without losing her own humanity or her own life? Paradise Valley continues the Highway Quartet series from bestselling author C. J. Box.

Paradise Valley

Autor: Jana Floyd
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ISBN: 9781092480024
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When a city girl meets a rugged cowboy, will true love take the reins? Bestselling author Claire blames her writer's block on her recent breakup. So a peaceful Montana cabin retreat seems like the perfect setting to clear her mind. But her summer gets off to a rocky start when she maroons her car and has to endure a humiliating rescue from her handsome host. Patrick Cole is desperate to save his ranch from foreclosure. But making a few dollars renting cabins to entitled city folk won't keep the family property in the black. And his latest guest may just prove to be more trouble than she's worth... even if she does look like a million bucks. As Claire relaxes into her new surroundings, Cole sees glimpses of a possible future. But with her deadline approaching and the bank threatening to repossess his business, neither can afford to let their hearts run free. Will Claire and Cole's budding romance remain unfinished, or open a door to love? Paradise Valley is a refreshingly sweet Western romance. If you like charming characters, unmistakable attraction, and breathtaking mountain settings, then you'll adore Jana Floyd's touching novel. Buy Paradise Valley to begin a new chapter of love today!

Paradise Valley

Autor: Reuben Ray II
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781524580650
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Paradise Valley / Black Bottom was an area in Detroit where African Americans lived and survived. This story was about a time in American history in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s, concerning citizens who, because of restrictions based on their race, were forced to build and create their own social order and leave for their successors a rich legacy and an indelible mark for posterity. This is a story of Reuben Ray Sr. and his resolve to exist successfully in a space that didn't seem too receptive to his presence. His son, Reuben Ray II, and daughters, Izetta Carol Jackson and Gayle Hawkins, encouraged him to put his life story on tape so that his grandchildren could enjoy his commanding voice as much as they had. Little did they realize the significance of their request until after Reuben Ray Sr.'s death on Tuesday, March 18, 1980.

Satan S Roots

Autor: Mother LaVerne Johnson
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781477278734
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Satans Roots captures the world of Satan and the world of Christ. As Lucretia goes through trials and tribulations, it touches the reader and you feel the emotions she went through. You will find yourself rooting for her in vain. Lu found out that the world was cruel and a big game that she needed to learn to play. She was so young and as young children are, she didnt understand her mothers beliefs, so Lu chose the bitter world. The story is candid, brutal and so honest. This book is to teach the readers that even if youre in dark times there will always be a light at the end of that tunnel. Lu had many struggles she had to go through. Many people would have given up, but she held on strong so she could make it to that glorified path she knew she deserved. To make it out of these hard times she had to finally realize, God loves us all. No judgment is passed by him. He will lead you to a prosperous life if only you believe and follow the path that is laid out for you.

Montana Places

Autor: John Burghardt Wright
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 9780816637041
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Explored by Lewis and Clark, fought over by Native Americans and settlers, mined for gold, copper, and coal, and eventually abandoned by the industries that made it, Montana has proven itself to be the most resilient of the nation's states. Montana Places looks at the dramatic beauty of Little Bighorn Battlefield and the Rocky Mountain Front Range, as well as the character of small towns, such as Jordan and Harlowtown, that have survived economic hardship. Today's Montana is a place where traditional religious groups like the Hutterites coexist with unorthodox organizations such as the Church Universal and Triumphant, where the descendants of miners live alongside Hollywood celebrities, and where self-proclaimed "freemen" tangle with government environmentalists over control of the land. Beginning where other travel guides leave off, Montana Places is certain to provide visitors to the west as well as armchair travelers a rich, fascinating look at today's Montana and how it came to be.

The Artist The Way I See It

Autor: Jacqueline R. Smith
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1479770493
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This book is intended to provide in a few words, the beauty of art. It will help an individual to appreciate, write and talk about art. This book tell stories about the artists and his work.

Paradise For Rvers

Autor: William R. Lassey
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595309178
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Paradise for RVers: The Greater Yellowstone-Grand Teton Region is a comprehensive guide for RV enthusiasts contemplating a trip to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. The region is among the most magnificent spots in the world, and is well worth exploration. RVers have the advantage of locating in glorious campgrounds close to nature and in close proximity to all of the major sights. Authors Bill and Marie Lassey have been traveling by RV to this region nearly every summer for the past 30 years, and offer a world of experience and insight to prospective visitors. They share their intimate knowledge of: beautiful gateways to the Parks most important sights to see diverse wildlife desirable campgrounds supplemental resources, such as Internet websites, publications, and telephone numbers, that provide additional details about places and activities of specific interest. Paradise for Rvers is packed with essential and invaluable information for RVers who want to fully appreciate the glorious gateways and magnificent features of these extraordinary national parks.