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There is a Tide Easan Katir
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'Til I hear you sing once more Part II Kayla Zielinski
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To Honor the Past James Huber
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From the author of the much praised "To Challenge the Present." This book tells the story of how the Kingdom of New England came to be and the struggles that it went through to get to where it is now. It finally blends in with To Challenge the Present. King Edward Lake's ancestry goes back to the 19th Century with battles, and inventions and many different historical figures as they help to populate the new world. This is NOT a history book. It is the product of the authors Vaults of Imagination, liberty has been taken to change the concepts we have for our founding fathers and there offspring's. We see a different Benedict Arnold, we see a new face on Santa Anna and Henry Ford. We se ...
TRI PELA Crystal Sconce
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"The men forced me through the tiny three-foot opening into the hut where I dropped flat on the dirt floor... I was locked in. I could hear them talking outside. At times they were yelling and I was not the least in doubt as to what their topic was that night. The Dom people, like hundreds of other tribes in New Guinea, have a history of cannibalism."
True North: Tice's Story Mark Leslie
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The great escape of the African slaves out of bondage in the South in the 1850s and 1860s is told through the dramatic and danger-filled story of one young man, Tice. The God-fearing, 19-year-old Tice runs from his master’s plantation in Maysville, Kentucky, and swims the Ohio River to Ripley, Ohio, where he is connected to a network of people who rush him northeastward, ever northeastward toward New Brunswick, Canada. All along the way he is pursued by the ruthless Morgan, his master’s foreman. Christian and Jewish families, even Henry David Thoreau, help Tice who they find likeable, friendly and even funny despite his life of misery. Near the end of Tice’s journey, one teenage ...
True North: Tice's Story Mark Leslie
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An action/thriller, True North: Tice’s Story tells the dramatic story of Tice, a 19-year-old, God-fearing slave who escapes from his master’s plantation in Maysville, Kentucky, swimming across the Ohio River to Ripley, Ohio, where he is connected to a network of people in the Underground Railroad. “Conductors” rush him northeastward, ever northeastward through Connecticut, Massachusetts and Maine toward New Brunswick, Canada. Always in pursuit is the ruthless Morgan, his master’s foreman, who even arrives at Portland, Maine, ahead of the runaway. Early on, Tice is given a copy of John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress which he carries with him as, one by one, his “conductors” teach him to r ...
VARRICK Zachariah Barry
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It's an apocalyptic world, where survival is paramount yet seemingly impossible. It has been years since the Collapse and the world is still changing. A darkness has grown, and continues to spread; a darkness that must be stopped, but first, survived. Colonies have sprung up in the most desolate places, people are banding together for survival, fighting against a brutal enemy who wants their extinction. Hired fighters roam the country, exterminating any who cross their path. This is the world of the future which Daniel is immersed in, struggling to get by, wondering who’s right and who’s wrong. His first mission crumbles, and suddenly he doesn’t know who he is anymore. These dark times d ...
What If Everything Jesus Says About You Is True? Daniel Mello
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The greatest lie that's ever been told is still being told today. It's the ace in the hole for your greatest enemy. This lie has single handedly; destroyed lives, stolen the keys that would have unlocked any door, and held countless people hostage for most of their lives. It's the first lie that was ever TOLD and the LAST lie heard before a miracle takes place: "DID GOD REALLY SAY?" What if your enemy knows if he can just get you to question what God says about you, it's enough to keep you from operating in what He's already given you? What if the word of God is true and every other voice is a LIAR? What will happen when you choose to BELIEVE God; over your circumstances, over your dou ...
Wild West Weekly 1943 March 13 Arthur Wyllie
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This is a facsimile reprint of the March 13, 1943 issue of the pulp series Wild West Weekly

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