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The pet bird population continues to rise and wild game birds fanciers love bird. The Wild Game Birds Manual is packed with expert advice on raising, feeding, care, diseases and breeding game birds.
This is an essential primer for the newcomer to wild game birds and a classic to add to any birds lover's collection. Whether you are just starting out or already have a few years of experience, this manual puts a wealth of information at your fingertips.
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Detective Carson Ryder's reputation is on the line when a sociopathic serial killer embarks on a personal vendetta, constructing his crimes to hit Carson's weak spot.
Detective Carson Ryder and his partner Harry Nautilus are stymied by a series of seemingly random killings. What they don't know is that Romanian immigrant Gregory Nieves, traumatized after a childhood in a brutal orphanage, is conducting a vendetta against Mobile Police Department, and Carson in particular.
In desperation, Carson eventually approaches the one person he never wanted to ask for help again - his brother Jeremy, a serial killer committed to a secure mental health facility. Jeremy's cryptic response to the case file could be the clue Carson needs to finally solve the case and rescue his reputation ... or he could be about to embark on the highest-stakes wild goose chase imaginable.
About the Author
Jack Kerley worked in advertising and teaching before becoming a full-time novelist. He lives in Newport, Kentucky, but also spends a good deal of time in Southern Alabama, the setting for his Carson Ryder series, starting with 'The Hundredth Man'. He is married with two children.
Winter approaches Westeros like an angry beast.The Seven Kingdoms are divided by revolt and blood feud.Beyond the Wall, a horde of hungry, savage people steeped in the dark magic of the wilderness is poised to invade the Kingdom of the North. Throughout Westeros, the war of the Iron Throne rages more fiercely than ever, but if the Wall is breached, no king – or queen – will live to claim it.
A Storm Of Swords, Part One: Steel And Snow, the first half of Book Three of A Song of Ice and Fire, continues the greatest fantasy epic of the modern age.
Compared with the controversies of contemporary cricket - riven as it is with match-fixing, gambling, cheating and national politics - most people think of the early days of Test cricket as a time of gentlemanly competition and camaraderie, with any disputes settled by Queensberry Rules over a glass of port. Not so.
Cricket between the 1870s and 1914 was fraught with exactly the same bitter, vicious and greedy bad behaviour as the current game. It was cricket in the raw, explored in depth for the first time by the insightful eye of Malcolm Knox, with a genuine affection for the legends of the day - players like WG Grace, Fred Spofforth, Victor Trumper, Joe Darling, Monty Noble and Stanley Jackson.
About the Author
One of Australia's most highly acclaimed and versatile writers, Malcolm Knox has published twelve books, including The Greatest: The Players, the Moments, the Matches 1993-2008, The Captains: The Story Behind Australia's Second Most Important Job and Greg Chappell: Fierce Focus, as well as four novels.