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THAT CAPULET GIRL Three Short Comedy Plays By Bruce Kane
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Three short comedy plays featuring Shakespeare's "Juliet." "THE REAL PROBLEM" In a comedy about love and men, Shakespeare's Juliet gets conflicting advice from... More > "Othello's" Desdemona, “Taming of the Shrew’s” Kate and, finally, just the head of Henry VIII’s late wife Anne Boleyn. "UNDER THE BALCONY" Shakespeare's famous balcony scene goes slightly askew when a fleeing Casanova shows up to turn Romeo from a lover to a seducer under Juliet's balcony. "CINDY & JULIE" Cinderella and Juliet commiserate about romantic love, happily ever after and what went wrong with their marriages in this popular ten minute play.< Less
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True Crime: Celebrity Murder Stories By Ryan White
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True Crime: Celebrity Murder Stories 16 True Crime, murder stories of the renown. 1. The Trials and Deaths of Anne Boleyn & Katherine Howard 2. Anthony Pellicano: Wiretapper to the Stars 3. The... More > Murder of the BBCs Sunshine Girl 4. The Bob Crane Case 5. Brian Jones: Death of a Rolling Stone 6. America's First Porn Princess 7. A Hollywood Family Tragedy 8. Claudine Longet and Spider Sabich 9. The Claus von Bulow Case 10. C-Murder: Rapper Lives His Lyrics 11. A Deadly Campaign 12. The Life and Death of "Our Gang's" Alfalfa 13. Death of a Showgirl 14. Dian Fossey Life and Death 15. The Murder of Edgar Allan Poe 16. Fatty Arbuckle and the Death of Virginia Rappe A gripping page turner, masterfully drawn & full of truth.< Less
The Tercet Deception By Michael Wittmayer
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Meet the unstoppable force. Meet the immovable object. Meet Abraham Hudson. Buckle your seatbelts for a journey back to a time and place when justice is once again delivered, not delayed, where there... More > is no plea bargaining only pleading. Tough, smart, with a quick wit, quick fists and a quicker gun, Abraham Hudson, the detective's detective rights wrongs, settles scores and takes no prisoners. With a hand from friends, Hudson threads his way through a missing persons search that leads through a minefield of lies, fraud, theft, blackmail and murder. It's a search that leads from the seamy streets of Portland, aka "Little Beirut," Oregon to southeast England and the hallowed halls of the Abbey Church of St. Mary the Virgin. Hold on to your fedoras and watch out for falling bad guys as Abraham Hudson unravels a five hundred year old mystery along the way; a mystery dating back to King Henry VIII and set in motion by the execution of Anne Boleyn.< Less
The Tercet Deception By Michael Wittmayer
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Meet the unstoppable force. Meet the immovable object. Meet Abraham Hudson. Buckle your seatbelts for a journey back to a time and place when justice is once again delivered, not delayed, where there... More > is no plea bargaining only pleading. Tough, smart, with a quick wit, quick fists and a quicker gun, Abraham Hudson, the detective's detective rights wrongs, settles scores and takes no prisoners. With a hand from friends, Hudson threads his way through a missing persons search that leads through a minefield of lies, fraud, theft, blackmail and murder. It's a search that leads from the seamy streets of Portland, aka "Little Beirut," Oregon to southeast England and the hallowed halls of the Abbey Church of St. Mary the Virgin. Hold on to your fedoras and watch out for falling bad guys as Abraham Hudson unravels a five hundred year old mystery along the way; a mystery dating back to King Henry VIII and set in motion by the execution of Anne Boleyn.< Less
The Tercet Deception By Michael Wittmayer
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Meet the unstoppable force. Meet the immovable object. Meet Abraham Hudson. Buckle your seatbelts for a journey back to a time and place when justice is once again delivered, not delayed, where there... More > is no plea bargaining only pleading. Tough, smart, with a quick wit, quick fists and a quicker gun, Abraham Hudson, the detective's detective rights wrongs, settles scores and takes no prisoners. With a hand from friends, Hudson threads his way through a missing persons search that leads through a minefield of lies, fraud, theft, blackmail and murder. It's a search that leads from the seamy streets of Portland, aka "Little Beirut," Oregon to southeast England and the hallowed halls of the Abbey Church of St. Mary the Virgin. Hold on to your fedoras and watch out for falling bad guys as Abraham Hudson unravels a five hundred year old mystery along the way; a mystery dating back to King Henry VIII and set in motion by the execution of Anne Boleyn.< Less
King Henry the Eighth By William Shakespeare
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Henry VIII is a history play generally believed to be a collaboration between William Shakespeare and John Fletcher, based on the life of Henry VIII of England. As usual in his history plays,... More > Shakespeare relied primarily on Raphael Holinshed's Chronicles to achieve his dramatic ends and to accommodate official sensitivities over the materials involved. Shakespeare not only telescoped events that occurred over a span of two decades, but jumbled their actual order. The play implies, without stating it directly, that the treason charges against the Duke of Buckingham were false and trumped up; and it maintains a comparable ambiguity about other sensitive issues. The disgrace and beheading of Anne Boleyn (here spelled Bullen) is carefully avoided, and no indication of the succeeding four wives of Henry VIII can be found in the play. However, Catherine of Aragon's plea to Henry before the Legatine Court seems to have been taken straight from historical record.< Less
Queen Elizabeth: Classic Children Book By Jacob Abbott
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Elizabeth I (known simply as "Elizabeth" until the accession of Elizabeth II; 7 September 1533 – 24 March 1603) was queen regnant of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until... More > her death. Sometimes called The Virgin Queen, Gloriana, or Good Queen Bess, Elizabeth was the fifth and last monarch of the Tudor dynasty. The daughter of Henry VIII, she was born a princess, but her mother, Anne Boleyn, was executed two and a half years after her birth, and Elizabeth was declared illegitimate. Her half-brother, Edward VI, bequeathed the crown to Lady Jane Grey, cutting his two half-sisters, Elizabeth and the Catholic Mary, out of the succession in spite of statute law to the contrary. His will was set aside, Mary became queen, and Lady Jane Grey was executed. In 1558, Elizabeth succeeded her half-sister, during whose reign she had been imprisoned for nearly a year on suspicion of supporting Protestant rebels.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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