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How to Buy Back Tax Properties By Alan Lance Andersen
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You may have heard or read about people who have purchased land for back taxes at incredibly low prices. Such properties ARE available for purchase through a number of various means. And it is also... More > possible to use such properties as an investment that will yield higher rates of interest than are available through your bank. Although the rules and procedures vary considerably from one area to another, the general way of going about buying property for back taxes owed are similar in various parts of the country. The booklet tell you how to find and purchase such properties.< Less
How to Buy Back Tax Properties By Alan Lance Andersen
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You may have heard or read about people who have purchased land for back taxes at incredibly low prices. Such properties ARE available for purchase through a number of various means. And it is also... More > possible to use such properties as an investment that will yield higher rates of interest than are available through your bank. Although the rules and procedures vary considerably from one area to another, the general way of going about buying property for back taxes owed are similar in various parts of the country. The booklet tell you how to find and purchase such properties.< Less
Tales of the Hoofengoofers - SPECIAL EDITION By Alan Lance Andersen
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Dressed in a white silk 3-piece suit and Panama Hat, storyteller Alan Lance Andersen delights audiences with his humorous tales told in country dialect reminiscent of Mark Twain. SPECIAL EDITION -... More > This volume of whimsical faery tales is typeset in Lewis Carroll's handwriting. Many of the tales deal with HOOFENGOOFERS, the magical little people who inhabit the Iowa river valleys. Unlike elves and faeries (their counterparts in Europe), Hoofengoofers are "real down-home folks" - dressing in bib overalls and floppy straw hats, carrying knobby walking sticks, and chewing on a piece of prairie grass. These tongue-in-cheek stories contrast the traditional faery tale setting against the Iowa farmscape - with prairies, round barns, farmers markets, Model-T Fords, bootleggers, Jesse James, and the Trolls of Northeast Iowa featuring in the narrative. This book includes many of Andersen's best whimsical tales - which he tells with a drawling Mark Twain style dialect.< Less
Tales of the Hoofengoofers By Alan Lance Andersen
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Dressed in a white silk 3-piece suit and Panama Hat, storyteller Alan Lance Andersen delights audiences with his humorous tales told in country dialect reminiscent of Mark Twain. Many of the tales... More > deal with HOOFENGOOFERS, the magical little people who inhabit the Iowa river valleys. Unlike elves and faeries (their counterparts in Europe), Hoofengoofers are "real down-home folks" - dressing in bib overalls and floppy straw hats, carrying knobby walking sticks, and chewing on a piece of prairie grass. These tongue-in-cheek stories contrast the traditional faery tale setting against the Iowa farmscape - with prairies, round barns, farmers markets, Model-T Fords, bootleggers, Jesse James, and the Trolls of Northeast Iowa featuring in the narrative. This book includes many of Andersen's best whimsical tales - which he tells with a drawling Mark Twain style dialect.< Less
The Frost Haint of 'Possum Hollow and Other Ozark Tales By Alan Lance Andersen
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This collection of dialect stories from the Ozark Mountains includes tales of lost silver mines, whimsical Ozark monsters, Jesse James, Mark Twain, Yankee and Rebel soldiers, and other traditional... More > legends along with a few original stories. The title story from the collection features a MOST remarkable ghost and an even more unusual ending. Alan Lance Andersen has been a professional story since 1970. This anthology includes many of his best tales -- which he tells with a Mark Twain style dialect.< Less
The Frost Haint of 'Possum Hollow and Other Ozark Tales By Alan Lance Andersen
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This collection of dialect stories from the Ozark Mountains includes tales of lost silver mines, whimsical Ozark monsters, Jesse James, Mark Twain, Yankee and Rebel soldiers, and other traditional... More > legends along with a few original stories. The title story from the collection features a MOST remarkable ghost and an even more unusual ending. Alan Lance Andersen has been a professional story since 1970. This anthology includes many of his best tales -- which he tells with a Mark Twain style dialect.< Less
The Affairs of Sherlock Holmes • by Sax Rohmer By Alan Lance Andersen
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In the 1800s, a number of Victorian and Edwardian writers began writing detective mystery stories — for this was the era when Arthur Conan Doyle was creating Sherlock Holmes tales on a regular... More > basis. Modern authors have attempted to recapture the mystique of Conan Doyle’s adventures by writing “new” Holmes stories; yet these attempts frequently fail to capture the original flavor, because 2013 writers simply don’t think or speak like Victorians. Conan Doyle’s contemporaries wrote about characters of their own invention; nevertheless they sound more like Conan Doyle than do any of his deliberate modern imitators. One of the more successful of these “period” writers was Sax Rohmer. Now in 2012, both Sax Rohmer’s stories and the Conan Doyle canon are all in the public domain. Thus it is now possible to present ... Sax Rohmer’s version of Sherlock Holmes. NOTICE: This book is a pastiche prepared entirely from Public Domain sources. No Copyrighted Materials were used in this project.< Less
The Affairs of Sherlock Holmes by Sax Rohmer By Alan Lance Andersen
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In the 1800s, a number of Victorian and Edwardian writers began writing detective mystery stories — for this was the era when Arthur Conan Doyle was creating Sherlock Holmes tales on a regular... More > basis. Modern authors have attempted to recapture the mystique of Conan Doyle’s adventures by writing “new” Holmes stories; yet these attempts frequently fail to capture the original flavor, because 2013 writers simply don’t think or speak like Victorians. Conan Doyle’s contemporaries wrote about characters of their own invention; nevertheless they sound more like Conan Doyle than do any of his deliberate modern imitators. One of the more successful of these “period” writers was Sax Rohmer. Now in 2012, both Sax Rohmer’s stories and the Conan Doyle canon are all in the public domain. Thus it is now possible to present ... Sax Rohmer’s version of Sherlock Holmes. NOTICE: This book is a pastiche prepared entirely from Public Domain sources. No Copyrighted Materials were used in this project.< Less
The Mystery of James Edwyn Wakefield By Alan Lance Andersen
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The Mystery of James Edwyn Wakefield includes elements of mystery, intrigue, romance, suspense, and adventure: all the ingredients of a Dickensian novel. Audience members have the opportunity to... More > become 19th Century characters in a number of dynamic and complex mystery plots. It is a world of Victorian ladies and gentlemen, costermongers, Scotland Yard detectives, curmudgeons, sailors, servants, villains, thieves, rascals, and a murderer or two. Participants are caught up in a whirlwind of melodrama -- missing documents, escaped lunatics, long-lost relatives, unspeakable crimes, ghosts in the attic, and star-crossed lovers.< Less
The Affairs of Sherlock Holmes by Sax Rohmer By Alan Lance Andersen
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In the 1800s, a number of Victorian and Edwardian writers began writing detective mystery stories — for this was the era when Arthur Conan Doyle was creating Sherlock Holmes tales on a regular... More > basis. Modern authors have attempted to recapture the mystique of Conan Doyle’s adventures by writing “new” Holmes stories; yet these attempts frequently fail to capture the original flavor, because modern writers simply don’t think or speak like Victorians. Conan Doyle’s contemporaries wrote about characters of their own invention; nevertheless they sound more like Conan Doyle than do any of his deliberate modern imitators. One of the more successful of these “period” writers was Sax Rohmer. Now in 2012, both Sax Rohmer’s stories and the Conan Doyle canon are all in the public domain. Thus it is now possible to present ... Sax Rohmer’s version of Sherlock Holmes. NOTICE: This book is a pastiche prepared entirely from Public Domain sources. No Copyrighted Materials were used in this project.< Less