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Magnolia Hill Publishing; Inc. in Seattle, Washington

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(206) 545-8394

4262 Fremont Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98102

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Company Description:

An author's library of free and new high quality love stories, mysteries, sci-fi novels, romances, adventure stories, and mainstream fiction to read on-line or download.

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Fiction Novel Novels Romance Romances Mystery Mysteries Sci-fi Science Fiction Love Stories Adventure Literature Tales Book
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The Green Bird Sings Desire
Home Page Read Novel (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader) The Green Bird Sings Desire by Karlene Kubat Introduction to The Green Bird Sings Desire Much more than a spirited love story, this novel authentically portrays the lush environment and rich culture of its setting. In the early 1980s, college inst...
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The Water Bearer by Karlene Kubat In his early years, Rafael Arnau i Roca made the life-altering decision to serve humanity and the troubled planet. He now works tirelessly to improve the brutal lives of growing numbers of the oppressed. This effort, along with fierce opposition to continual despoil...
Steelhead Blues Intro
Steelhead Blues by K. M. Kubat Introduction to Steelhead Blues Richard Griffen is a seasoned jet boat pilot on the beautiful and rugged Rogue River in southern Oregon. He s a part-time deputy and sometime annoyance for his boss, but admired for his quick mental agility. On the trail of a felon he s ...
Qyoo and Anima
Qyoo and Anima by Karlene Kubat Introduction to Qyoo and Anima Note: This novel is a sequel to Jurith s Way , and should be read in that order, for, while it can easily stand alone as an entertaining story, it will be greatly enriched and more readily grasped by reading Jurith s Way first. The surgi...
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Ice-Brook Violet by Karlene Kubat After years of working for a London-based NGO, distributing books and opening schools in impoverished countries, Violea Ender returns, in poor health, to her Oregon roots: a large grain and filbert farm inherited from her widowed mother. She expects to find herself ...

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Business Sector:Residential, Commercial
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