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1995 The Most Corrupt Civil Trial In Virginia History ronald blaha
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781513620404
Do you remember in the movie My Cousin Vinny, that he, Vinny, pleaded with his nephew, Bill Gambini to allow him to have a shot at defending him in court because he "knew" that Mr. Trotter's case against him was an illusion? Well unlike Mr. Trotter, the prosecutor, who was an honorable man, and truly believed that he was prosecuting two guilty young men, the true to life lawyers who prosecuted an illegal case against me were outright liars who colluded with my attorney to fabricate and entire case against me. It had to done if they had any hope of saving themselves from being sued by me for malfeasance and possibly losing their licenses to practice Law. It was a devil's bond that worked ...
Bohemian Skipper Ronald Blaha
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Bohemian Skipper is a collection of stories that I have compiled after having spent more than three quarters of a century on three of our country's most famous rivers, the James and Appomattox in Virginia and the Niagara River that straddles New York an Ontario, Canada. This book is unique in two ways. first, each story stands alone, yet all 28 chapters will come together to tell a much larger and richer story. And secondly, as a child from age four years I would ride the tugboats that my dad skippered and learn many trades and crafts from old world shipwrights and fender makers. And in later years I would learn that my playground had been the town of Henricus, America's second English ...
The Legend of the Butterfly Angels Ronald Blaha
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
This is a coloring book. But in so many ways it is much more than that! It is a book filled with enlightenment that will cause most anyone to think about his or her individual and spiritual growth while transitioning through life. It is also about our potential to become much more than we might think, and to do much more than we believe is possible as Angelina Caterpillar would soon find out. Dreams do come true if only we will believe in ourselves and help others to believe in themselves as Mason Monkey and Mrs. Wise Owl knew to be so true. I have tagged this book for Children, but have found that adults even in their later years enjoyed the comfort in its sweetness and the messages tha ...