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"Mike Keiser followed his instincts to build courses that speak to golf as a rugged adventure. Steve Goodwin's spirited book will speak to the golfing soul in you." —Lorne Rubenstein, columnist for The Globe and Mail (Canada) and author of A Season in Dornoch On a wild, windblown bluff high above t ... Read More about
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Drago #5 (#2B) Local Bandon Mystery Series by Art Spinella Guns. Women. Coal. Gold.  Nick and Sal have their hands full.  When gold was discovered in Bandon-area trees, Nick and Sal found themselves in the midst of a thousand year old question of who first settled the Northwest.   It ended badly w ... Read More about
Art Spinella
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Drago #7: LIV2RYD, Local Bandon Mystery Series by Art Spinella Drago #7 by Art Spinella released July 2014 ... Read More about
H. S. Contino
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European settlement of Coos County began with a shipwreck. The Captain Lincoln wrecked on the north spit of the Coos Bay in January 1852. The crewmen built a temporary camp out of the ship's sails and named it "Camp Cast-Away." This was the first white settlement in the area. The men eventually trav ... Read More about
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Lise Hull
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Long before the wreck of the Captain Lincoln in 1852 brought settlers to the North Spit, Native Americans and foreign explorers, including Sir Francis Drake, navigated the inland waterways and Pacific shorelineof what would become Coos County. The deep draft channel, timberfilled landscape, prime lo ... Read More about
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Bill Cockrell
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Rugged individuals armed with hand tools, sweat, and ambition began building covered bridges in Oregon during the mid-1850s. These bridge builders often camped out at remote sites, living off the land or contracting with local farmers for food. Early owners of covered bridges financed construction b ... Read More about
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David a. Oas
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Book One: The ethnic cleansing of a small Native American village near Jacksonville, Oregon made for a tragedy so monstrous that it cannot be dismissed as the inevitable consequence of competing ways of life. Book Two: Blind since birth, 14-year-old Katy falls to her death in a Rogue River accident. ... Read More about
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Private investigators Troy and Eva Winters are looking forward to a visit with their old college buddy, Joe, when he invites them over for a barbecue and to talk over details of a case. The night soon turns awkward when Joe's neighbors are overheard in an argument, which suddenly turns deadly silent ... Read More about
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Private Investigators Troy and Eva Winters are thrilled when Troy's sister, Sadie, announces that she and her family are moving to Elk River, only a twenty-five-mile drive from New Haven, where Troy and Eva live. Now, Sadie will be close to her family, and with their support, they can try to help he ... Read More about
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Tragedy enters the quaint coastal town of New Haven, Oregon when the recently released convict, Ross Conrad, vows to make good on a ten-year-old threat. Private Investigators, Troy and Eva Winters take on the case when they realize their good friend, Jasmine, is the object of his delusional obsessio ... Read More about
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A casual walk on the beach and a game of Frisbee with her dog lead private investigator Eva Winters and her innkeeper friend, Jasmine Towns, to the discovery of a body washed up on New Haven's idyllic shore. When Eva and her fellow investigator, husband Troy Winters, join Sergeant Mike Stevens in th ... Read More about
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