This book is a reflection of a group of Larry Lindstrom's friends whose stories of hunting, fishing, golfing, and their brotherhood of friendship have resulted in many humorous incidents. It was the encouragement of these friends that inspired Larry to write these stories and put them in print. Larry draws his humor from his real life experiences and those of his circle of friends. His career in broadcast radio afforded him the time and friendships that provided the elements for these stories. Now retired, he is sharing his humorous adventures in the outdoors with other sportsmen. The names have been changed to protect those who may recognize themselves in his stories. Sit back and enjoy the whimsical, humorous collection of stories that could only have been written by someone with the ability to find the humorous side of life!
This is a humorous story of a single, retired gentleman as he travels the Midwest from Texas to North Dakota and back in his truck and travel trailer. He has many stops along the journey, playing golf at various courses in New Mexico, Wyoming, North and South Dakota, Minnesota, Kansas and Arkansas with his old, colorful, laid back golfing friends that he happens to visit before returning to Texas. From the first page to the last, you'll find humor with the antics of Lars and his fellow 'Laid Back Golfers'. Larry draws his humor from real life experiences. His career in broadcast radio afforded him the time and friendships that provided the elements for these stories. Now retired, he is encouraged by friends to share with other sportsmen, his humorous adventures.
When two good friends go on a hunting trip in the Rocky Mountains, Louis Elliot and Clark Willis get more than they had expected by getting caught up in the web of illegal alien Islamic Extremists that are plotting a jihadist attack against the Western States Governors Conference and the President of the United States; One of the hunters gets captured by the terrorists, the other hunter tries all his skills to save his friend: that along with a killer Grizzly bear, the killing of a Wyoming Fish and Game Warden, the missing of another, and the encounter with the FBI on their way home leads to intrigue. Unknowingly Louis and Clark expose a network of extremist sympathizers through out the United States.
When a letter for help from his old Apache Indian friend, Jauquin, is received by Louis Elliott, he drops everything to go help. Jauquin shares with Lou his communication with aliens from outer space. They get involved with land grabbers, abduction of entire families, drug runners, arms dealers, and human traffickers from Las Vegas and the Mexican Cartel. Lou meets up again with his female friend, FBI Agent Lynn Martin, and they go to extremes to help bring down the criminal elements from the Apache reservation in New Mexico to the oilfield ‘man-camps’ in North Dakota.
"A Play for Power" is a suspense-filled, high-tech, high-energy adventure story. It pits our national energy interests against global concerns about the environment. The action begins when suspected foreign terrorists hijack PowerCore's small business jet. It ends with a deadly power struggle inside the White House itself. The book is a must read for mystery lovers. It's also thrilling entertainment for anyone interested in aviation, politics, corporate greed, constitutional law and the worldwide quest for more and cleaner energy sources. Now with $60 a barrel oil, $3.00 a gallon gasoline and the real possibility of power blackouts anytime and anywhere, the topic is today's news with broad appeal.
This book provides a day-by-day account of the forty-two days of fighting from Omaha Beach to Saint-L. Follow Lt. Allsup from the beaches at Hill 108 (the 'bloody hill'), where he was injured, and Lt. Jones, who was among the first to enter Saint-L; a town destroyed by bombs, which was to become the graveyard of hundreds of Normans. On the opposing side, discover the fate of the fearsome 'green devil' paratroopers of General Schimpf and follow in the footsteps of paratroopers Erwin Schmieger and Rudi Frhbeisser, as they defend their armed camp, ensuring that every hedge will only be taken at the highest price. Objective Saint-L takes the reader along the little or unknown routes from the horrors of Omaha Beach to Trvires, La Cambe, Isigny, through the Aure valley to Hill 108, ('Purple Heart Hill') and Hills 192 and 122\. As well as authentic eyewitness testimony, the book also acts as a field guide, including maps and both contemporary and modern photographs.
In the vein of It's Kind of a Funny Story and All the Bright Places, comes a captivating, immersive exploration of life with mental illness.For sixteen-year-old Mel Hannigan, bipolar disorder makes life unpredictable. Her latest struggle is balancing her growing feelings in a new relationship with her instinct to keep everyone at arm's length. And when a former friend confronts Mel with the truth about the way their relationship ended, deeply buried secrets threaten to come out and upend her shaky equilibrium. As the walls of Mel's compartmentalized world crumble, she fears the worst--that her friends will abandon her if they learn the truth about what she's been hiding. Can Mel bring herself to risk everything to find out? In A Tragic Kind of Wonderful, Eric Lindstrom, author of the critically acclaimed Not If I See You First, examines the fear that keeps us from exposing our true selves, and the courage it takes to be loved for who we really are.