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Prayers of an Infidel Richard Carey
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$6.95
Size: 5.06" x 7.81"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781947519312
Solomon and Pooky Richard Carey
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$12.95
Size: 5.06" x 7.81"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781645501022
Pooky, a white lab rat contented with his station, learns of the dismal fate awaiting him at the hands of his keepers. With the help of a common wall rat, he manages to escape from his cage and eventually finds a home in the forest. There he will find his new friends and his great mentor, Solomon, a very philosophical white rat who reigns over the Philosophical Burrow. From Solomon, and his new forest companions, he will come to understand the great gifts and challenges offered that come with freedom. Seized with a passion to save his old friends at the lab, he will make it his mission to free the other lab rats he left behind, to share with them what he has found.
The Great Seattle Trade Fair Richard Carey
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$19.99
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781642543865
Did President Reagan really let the nuts loose? If so, where are they now? Does the universe really care who wins the lottery? These questions must go unanswered here. Instead, in his novel “The Great Seattle Trade Fair,” Richard Carey offers up a potpourri of colorful characters and places that defined Seattle during the booming ‘80s—you’ll meet the fishermen, punk rockers, yuppie bankers and politicos, stripteasers, gamblers, and a variety of street players, all of them adding a strange new twist to the American Dream in our modern age. Get ready to dance to the music of your choice in the weirdest Punk Rock disco in the universe. Traverse the hills and habitats of Seattle, fro ...
The Scrolls of Ja-el Richard Carey
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781645508540
What is wisdom? How does one acquire it? What is the cost? Ja-el tells us the story of his life as a scribe in King Solomon's palace. Sold as a boy into slavery by bandits to Solomon's most favored concubine, Ja-el eventually becomes a trusted personal scribe to the king, devoted to helping Solomon collect and record the Wisdom Scrolls. He is also commanded by Solomon to explore the nature of the various gods worshipped in ancient Canaan and Israel. In his secret scrolls, Ja-el bears witness to the reign of Solomon from its early years until its end, as well as to the ambitions of those around him. In his pursuit of wisdom for himself, he battles the common human frailties and betrayals ...