Author: C. J. Box, Genre: Fiction, Total Page: 288, Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons, ISBN: 9780425265284

As Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett races against time to save an endangered species, he finds himself plunged into a deadly mystery that soon threatens his family and the life he loves.

Author: Ben Crump, Genre: Biography & Autobiography, Total Page: 272, Publisher: HarperCollins, ISBN: 9780062375117

Genocide—the intent to destroy in whole or in part, a group of people. TIME's 42 Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2019 Book Riot's 50 of the Best Books to Read This Fall As seen on CBS This Morning, award-winning attorney Ben Crump exposes a heinous truth in Open Season: Whether with a bullet or a lengthy prison sentence, America is killing black people and justifying it legally. While some deaths make headlines, most are personal tragedies suffered within families and communities. Worse, these killings are done one person at a time, so as not to raise alarm. While it is much more difficult to justify killing many people at once, in dramatic fashion, the result is the same—genocide. Taking on such high-profile cases as George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and a host of others, Crump witnessed the disparities within the American legal system firsthand and learned it is dangerous to be a black man in America—and that the justice system indeed only protects wealthy white men. In this enlightening and enthralling work, he shows that there is a persistent, prevailing, and destructive mindset regarding colored people that is rooted in our history as a slaveowning nation. This biased attitude has given rise to mass incarceration, voter disenfranchisement, unequal educational opportunities, disparate health care practices, job and housing discrimination, police brutality, and an unequal justice system. And all mask the silent and ongoing systematic killing of people of color. Open Season is more than Crump’s incredible mission to preserve justice, it is a call to action for Americans to begin living up to the promise to protect the rights of its citizens equally and without question.

Author: Linda Howard, Genre: Fiction, Total Page: 368, Publisher: Simon and Schuster, ISBN: 9781439140796

Seamlessly blending heart-pounding romance and breathless intrigue, New York Times bestselling author Linda Howard writes a masterful, stylish, and provocative suspense novel that absolutely defies readers to put it down. Daisy Minor is bored. Worse than that, she's boring. A plain, small-town librarian, she's got a wardrobe as sexy as a dictionary and hasn't been on a date in years. She's never even had a lukewarm love affair, let alone a hot one. So when she wakes up on her thirty-fourth birthday, still living with her widowed mom and spinster aunt, she decides it's time to get a life. But can a lifelong good girl turn bad? No, not exactly. But she can pretend, right? One makeover later, Daisy has transformed herself into a party girl extraordinaire. She's letting her hair down, dancing the night away at clubs, and laughing and flirting with men for the first time in, well, ever. With a new lease on her own place and her life, it's open season for man-hunting. But on her way home late one night, Daisy sees something she's not supposed to see. Suddenly the target of a killer, she's forced to put her manhunt on hold. But the very moment she stops looking might be the moment she finds what she's wanted all along. Trouble is, before he can share her life, he might just have to save it.

Author: David Osborn, Genre: Murder, Total Page: 243, Publisher: , ISBN: 0803761813

Author: Harold Pearl Sheldon, Genre: Agriculture, Total Page: 40, Publisher: , ISBN: UIUC:30112019286993

Author: Kate Egan, Genre: Bears, Total Page: 48, Publisher: Bloomsbury U.S.A. Children's Books, ISBN: 0747588600

Open Season is Sony Pictures' first animated movie, the artwork is astounding and the characters funny, lovable and naughty! This has blockbuster potential as a movie. This making of the movie book gets behind the scenes, admires the artwork and explores a bit more of the film for its fans everywhere.

Author: Linda Sunshine, Genre: Performing Arts, Total Page: 180, Publisher: Insight Editions, ISBN: 1933784040

Chronicles the story behind the making of "Open Season," with behind-the-scenes information as well as character design, visual development, set design, and story sequences, in a book with inserts on props, voices, and artwork.

Author: Archer Mayor, Genre: Fiction, Total Page: 337, Publisher: Gere Donovan Press, ISBN: 9781936666287

Lt. Joe Gunther of the Brattleboro, Vermont police force has a serious problem: in a community where a decade could pass without a single murder, the body count is suddenly mounting. Innocent citizens are being killed—and others set-up—seemingly orchestrated by a mysterious ski-masked man. Signs suggest that a three year-old murder trial might lie at the heart of things, but it’s a case that many in the department would prefer remained closed. A man of quiet integrity, Lt. Gunther knows that he must pursue the case to its conclusion, wherever it leads. Open Season is the first of Archer Mayor’s Joe Gunther novels, a series of gripping police procedurals set in New England, where small-town charm, stoicism and civility sometimes conceal brutal truths.

Author: New York (State), Genre: Law, Total Page: , Publisher: , ISBN: IOWA:31858017077243

Author: Altus Lacy Quaintance, Genre: Fruit, Total Page: 18, Publisher: , ISBN: STANFORD:36105119570583