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The Dilemma of Love- By Antonino d'Este
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Nobody's perfect, so how can anyone expect love to be perfect? If love is not perfect, how can we trust it? We cannot!
Secrets of a Bounty Hunter By Antonino d'Este
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A man with reason to hate criminals becomes a bounty hunter and brings them back alive-sometimes. Based on true stories.
One Day Before Tomorrow By Antonino d'Este
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Today is the day we should make plans for our future, and then having planned, we must wait to see what traps the force of destiny has laid out for us.
The Money Rats By Antonino d'Este
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The illegal drug cartels are making so much money that they are having trouble finding places to hide it. A new group of entrepreneuers have found a way to help them. They take it from them!
Commoner Marriage By Antonino d'Este
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A French-American girl meets and consents to marry an Italian-American boy, all under the auspices of her employer, Georgio d'Este, a Prince of the House of Este.
I'll Tell You When the Night Comes By Antonino d'Este
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The author has assembled a collection of his poetry, nonsense poems, a treatise on the new renaissance man, essays, higgledy-piggledy, limericks, letters, silly recipes and short stories.
I'll Think About It By Antonino d'Este
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The author challenges much of the commonly accepted wisdom of the times and points out that much of it is rooted in common stupidity.
Kings without Crowns By Antonino d'Este
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Some men reach for the crown, but would never deserve it, and some men deserve it, but would never reach for it.
The Real Lucrezia Borgia By Antonino d'Este
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Born of an Italian Gentlewoman, she was of middle height, petite in form, graceful in movement and a bust of admirable proportion. She was always gay and smiling, permissive and pleasure loving,... More > quite unlike the sinister legend that a hostile posterity has attached to her.< Less
An American Duke By Antonino d'Este
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The fourth son born into an Aristocratic family in New York seemed destined to enjoy a life of privilege. Fate had deemed otherwise, and he was called to serve the family