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Bloody Mary By Desiree Solis
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Mary has discover.ed that she is special...but she doesn't know how to controll it. is she evil? Let's see what made Bloody Mary who she is today
Virgin Mary & Bloody Mary By John Beda
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Who has never happened to want at certain point in his married life to murder his wife and to then include, given the propitious occasion, other members of his hated family circle, suddenly become an... More > alien citadel, an enemy after years of sacrifice? Calm down boys! there are other ways.. do you want to see red? .. Do you want to see walls of your home stained with blood without after the fact having to answer for it before a biased judge? Here is the device that will spare you all kinds of problems and make you FREE!< Less
The Ghost of Kelly By Hannah Smallegan
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"Just say Kelly's name 13 times while sitting on the bathroom floor, cross-legged and looking into the full length mirror. If she doesn't come, try again. Only try 3 times. If you do it anymore... More > she'll grab you and take you away." It was 12:00 at night. It was in the winter so it was very chilly. Not to mention, it was December 13th, Friday the 13th. The Ghost of Kelly is a very exciting and thrilling story. It's about a group of girls calling a ghost named Kelly in the bathroom at the Cheer Clinic. Thinking that this is all one big joke they become very frightened when fantasy becomes reality.< Less
The Ancestry of J.G. Williams & Ursula Miller By Jim Schneider, Holly Rubin
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This is a family history journey that begins in the very first days of New Hampshire settlement by English colonists. The story follows the Williams families through the bloody Indian Wars of the... More > late 17th Century and their movement west to Illinois. There, in the first half of the 19th Century, John G. Williams married Ursula Miller whose family also can be traced back to colonial New England and Long Island, New York.< Less
From Tennessee to Oz - The Amazing Saga of Judy Garland's Family History By Michelle Russell
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From Tennessee to Oz, Part 1 tells the story of Judy Garland's paternal ancestry in Tennessee. There are pioneers and Indians, planatation owners and slaves. When John Baugh and Mary Ann Marable... More > marry, they build a grand life only to see it destroyed years later by a bloody Civil War. Detailed history and over 50 photos. Fascinating read. Ends with the childhood of Judy Garland's grandparents.< Less
From Tennessee to Oz - The Amazing Saga of Judy Garland's Family History By Michelle Russell
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From Tennessee to Oz, Part 1 tells the story of Judy Garland's paternal ancestry in Tennessee. There are pioneers and Indians, planatation owners and slaves. When John Baugh and Mary Ann Marable... More > marry, they build a grand life only to see it destroyed years later by a bloody Civil War. Detailed history and over 50 photos. Fascinating read. Ends with the childhood of Judy Garland's grandparents.< Less
The Kennaway Woman By Daphne Olivier
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As famine sweeps across Ireland, Nora O'Neal clings to hope that her lover in America will send for her. Devastated by news that he has married to someone else, she turns to the Kennaway Scheme as... More > her only hope of survival. The plan to send a shipload of destitute women to South Africa on board the Kennaway appears a godsend, but Nora soon discovers a drawback. On arrival, the women are destined to marry German Legionnaires, men settled on land granted to them in the Eastern Cape after the Crimean war. When the Kennaway docks in Dublin, she joins the crowd waiting to board. Soon after landing in East London, Nora meets and marries Johan Detmann, one of the many men seeking a wife. As the pair travel along the lonely road toward her new home, she wonders what lies ahead, unaware that she is about to enter a land troubled by famine, hardships, uprisings and bloody Frontier wars.< Less
Where God is Ever found; From Cloister to Couple, A Woman’s Autumn Journey By Karen Karper Fredette
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Hermits are a rare breed. Married hermits are about as common as spotted owls. Marry a Roman Catholic priest to a former nun, nest them in a mountainside hermitage named Still Wood, and you may have... More > a brand new species. This memoir is a three-way love saga – God, a priest and a nun joined to minister to hermits world-wide and to the mentally disabled in the isolated mountain county of “Bloody” Madison, North Carolina. Each chapter weaves together incidents from four periods of my life – seventeen years in a middle-class Catholic home; thirty spiritually challenging years as a cloistered nun; six transformative years as a hermit, and sixteen loving years as a wife. My earlier book, “Where God Begins to Be, A Woman’s Journey into Solitude” has created a crowd of curious readers asking “Why would you?” and “How could you?” marry a priest and continue your commitment to eremitical life? Answering this unforeseen Call has colored my autumn years with excitement, love and challenge.< Less
History of Maria Antoinette By John S. C. Abbott
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The tragic drama of Maria Antoinette—otherwise known as Marie Antoinette—and her bloody end during the French Revolution has fascinated students of history from all over the world, but... More > rarely have the full facts been so completely captured and mapped out as in this wonderful retelling by master storyteller John Abbott. The fifth child of Holy Roman Empress Maria Theresa and Emperor Francis I, Maria Antoinette was married to Louis-Auguste, heir to the throne of France in 1770, in what was expected to be the beginning of a familial alliance between the Austrian and French royal houses. When her husband finally acceded to the throne in 1774, she became Queen of France and Navarre—and the most powerful woman in the land. This work, written only fifty-six years after the events, and at a time when Maria and Louis’ eldest daughter, Marie Thérèse, was still alive, remains one of the finest accounts of this bloody, terrible, and often misunderstood event in European royal history.< Less
History of Maria Antoinette By John S. C. Abbott
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The tragic drama of Maria Antoinette—otherwise known as Marie Antoinette—and her bloody end during the French Revolution has fascinated students of history from all over the world, but... More > rarely have the full facts been so completely captured and mapped out as in this wonderful retelling by master storyteller John Abbott. The fifth child of Holy Roman Empress Maria Theresa and Emperor Francis I, Maria Antoinette was married to Louis-Auguste, heir to the throne of France in 1770, in what was expected to be the beginning of a familial alliance between the Austrian and French royal houses. When her husband finally acceded to the throne in 1774, she became Queen of France and Navarre—and the most powerful woman in the land. This work, written only fifty-six years after the events, and at a time when Maria and Louis’ eldest daughter, Marie Thérèse, was still alive, remains one of the finest accounts of this bloody, terrible, and often misunderstood event in European royal history.< Less