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Heat By Brian K. Crawford
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Eight short stories designed to arouse and titillate a woman
Hotter By Brian K. Crawford
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A collection of seven intelligent erotic short stories for women.
Fantaserial By Brian K. Crawford
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An erotic fantasy with each page an episode in an ongoing serial - take one each evening before bed.
Hotter By Brian K. Crawford
eBook (PDF): $4.00
A collection of seven intelligent erotic short stories for women.
Heat By Brian K. Crawford
eBook (PDF): $4.00
Eight short stories designed to arouse and titillate a woman
Fantaserial By Brian K. Crawford
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An erotic fantasy with each page an episode in an ongoing serial - take one each evening before bed.
Cleveland's Voyages By Brian K. Crawford
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In 1793, teenager Richard Cleveland of Salem became the captain of a ship and set off for Napoleonic Europe to make his fortune in shipping. In the next decades he circled the world many times,... More > giving rich descriptions of revolutionary Europe, China, India, South America, California, and Hawai'i. Illustrated and annotated.< Less
Authentic Narrative By Brian K. Crawford
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In 1796, a young English bricklayer named George Vason sailed to the South Pacific to become a missionary. He settled in the Kingdom of Tonga, but soon abandoned his faith and went native, getting... More > tattooed, marrying a 14-year-old princess, and operating a plantation. After civil war breaks out and some of the missionaries are killed, Vason eventually returns to England, where he wrote this book in 1810 as a warning to other young men proposing to become missionaries.< Less
An Account of the Tonga Islands, complete By Brian K. Crawford
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In 1806, British teenager William Mariner was captured by Finau 'ulukalala, ruler of the Kingdom of Tonga in the South Pacific. Mariner spent four years as Finau's adopted son, taking part in their... More > wars, ceremonies, and social life. His vivid account of his adventures forms the best description of Polynesian society before it was altered forever by the coming of the missionaries.< Less
Authentic Narrative By Brian K. Crawford
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In 1796, a young English bricklayer named George Vason sailed to the South Pacific to become a missionary. He settled in the Kingdom of Tonga, but soon abandoned his faith and went native, getting... More > tattooed, marrying a 14-year-old princess, and operating a plantation. After civil war breaks out and some of the missionaries are killed, Vason eventually returns to England, where he wrote this book in 1810 as a warning to other young men proposing to become missionaries.< Less