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ELVIS AND ME: A KING OF ROCK MYSTERY By Ricahrd D. Weber
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FULLY ILLUSTRATED WITH IMAGES OF THE '60s. On a warm summer night in 1964, twelve-year-old Robbie Donner’s life is changed forever. He encounters hate, prejudice, and finally the ultimate... More > evil—murder. In an effort to discover the identity of the killer who has been stalking his small mid-western town, he enlists the help of an unlikely community of allies that includes the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll: Elvis Presley. Presented with a kaleidoscope of mysteries, he, together with his faithful dog and boyhood gang, ventures deeper into danger. What follows is a story of friendship and courage, first-love and heartache, when Robbie and his friends go where they shouldn’t go, and find much more than they bargained for… Travel back to the ‘60s: the land of transistor radios, souped-up muscle cars, the British Rock Invasion, the Drive-In, mini-skirts, and Stri-Dex Medicated Pads, where Winston Tastes Good Like a Cigarette Should—where Nick at Night is prime-time TV.< Less
ELVIS AND ME: A KING OF ROCK MYSTERY By Ricahrd D. Weber
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FULLY ILLUSTRATED WITH IMAGES OF THE '60s. On a warm summer night in 1964, twelve-year-old Robbie Donner’s life is changed forever. He encounters hate, prejudice, and finally the ultimate... More > evil—murder. In an effort to discover the identity of the killer who has been stalking his small mid-western town, he enlists the help of an unlikely community of allies that includes the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll: Elvis Presley. Presented with a kaleidoscope of mysteries, he, together with his faithful dog and boyhood gang, ventures deeper into danger. What follows is a story of friendship and courage, first-love and heartache, when Robbie and his friends go where they shouldn’t go, and find much more than they bargained for… Travel back to the ‘60s: the land of transistor radios, souped-up muscle cars, the British Rock Invasion, the Drive-In, mini-skirts, and Stri-Dex Medicated Pads, where Winston Tastes Good Like a Cigarette Should—where Nick at Night is prime-time TV.< Less
SK8Five Adventures: The Mystery of Hammond Hall By Kenny McDonald
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SK8Five are having their usual Friday night practice session outside the old mansion house Hammond Hall. Everything was going fine, until a startling noise stopped them in their tracks. What was... More > that? What made that blood curdling noise? They decide to uncover the truth behind the mysterious sightings and sounds coming from the Hall. And when one of the SK8Five goes missing....it no longer becomes a game! Little did they know that their practise session would lead them to using all their blading skills to solve the MYSTERY OF HAMMOND HALL.< Less
Mysterious Kingdom: How Nostradamus Foresaw Our Age By Kay Wells
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“If I had wished to attach to each quatrain a listing of its period, that would have been possible to do”. With these words to his King, Nostradamus, the 16th-century French seer, left... More > behind 942 controversial prophecies. Author Kay Wells asks: what if he did do just that? Attach a list? For the explosive answer, she selects the apocalyptic Quatrain X.72,one of his few predictions to offer a year, in this case 1999. Using the prophet’s words as her guide, she solves the quatrain’s many puzzles and uncovers the sensational secret they hide – a network of dates for 1900-2010 that traces the history of Britain, a fading power, and the United States, supreme at the end of the 20th century. Regions, personalities and events are highlighted, from Iraq in 1917 to Afghanistan in 2010, from Elizabeth II to Barack Obama, from Hitler to Osama bin Laden. It’s all there, our world, our age, marked out for us by the man whose brilliant vision has always been concealed. Until now.< Less
Commander Francis Drake & the West Coast Mysteries By Gunnar Thompson
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Discovery of Drake's "lost" navigational chart finally reveals secrets behind his voyage to America's West Coast in 1579. The secret location of Drake's colony "New Albion" is... More > finally identified. This was the "first" British colony in America; and it marks the beginning of the British Empire. At last, we know the reason for an ongoing feud between Queen Elizabeth and Sir Francis. He wanted desperately to rescue the shipmates that he left behind in New Albion. Drake used a shipboard clock to map the West Coast. This is the first map of America that was made using a chronometer: thus Drake's map is accurate to within 15-degrees of the true longitude. Drake was not "just a pirate" as most historians assume. He was a naturalist, ethnographer, and geographer. Drake's map and his new ship design opened the way for the Dutch East India Company.< Less
Commander Francis Drake & the West Coast Mysteries By Gunnar Thompson
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The author's discovery of Drake's "lost" navigational chart makes it possible to determine where he sailed along America's West Coast in 1579. We can now identify the location of a... More > settlement he called "New Albion." This was the first English colony in America. It marks the beginning of the British Empire. An ongoing feud between Drake and Q.Elizabeth can be traced to the Captain's desire to return to the Pacific in order to rescue shipmates he left behind. Elizabeth was furious that the natives had chosen Drake to be their new "King." Drake produced a map showing the West Coast within 15-degrees of its actual location. This level of perfection would not be exceeded for another two centuries. Drake's map and ship design were keys to the success of the Dutch East India Company.< Less
Commander Francis Drake & The West Coast Mysteries By Gunnar Thompson
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The author's discovery of Drake's "lost" navigational chart makes it possible to determine where he sailed along America's West Coast in 1579. We can now identify the location of a... More > settlement he called "New Albion." This was the first English colony in America. It marks the beginning of the British Empire. An ongoing feud between Drake and Q.Elizabeth can be traced to the Captain's desire to return to the Pacific in order to rescue shipmates he left behind. Elizabeth was furious that the natives had chosen Drake to be their new "King." Drake produced a map showing the West Coast within 15-degrees of its actual location. This level of perfection would not be exceeded for another two centuries. Drake's map and ship design were keys to the success of the Dutch East India Company.< Less
Ancient Mysteries Described, Especially the English Miracle Plays By William Hone
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1823. Founded on apocryphal New Testament story, extant among the unpublished manuscripts in the British Museum ; including notices of ecclesiastical shows ; the festivals of fools and asses, the... More > English boy bishop, the descent into hell, the lord mayor's show, the guildhall giants, Christmas carols, etc.< Less
The Sagittarius Mysteries - Part 1 Inner Vision By Adrian Holland
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Inner Vision is the first part of the Sagittarius Mysteries. The series is based around the main character Brandon Sagittarius, who is head of the Experimental Department of British Intelligence... More > (MI6) Whenever there is an unexplained mystery to solve, it is time to call for Sagittarius... In part 1, Sagittarius's eccentric behaviour and brilliance comes to the attention of The Organisation - a group of individuals with only one objective - power! Their plan is to infiltrate British Intelligence, and to gain access to the secret technology held within it. They are devious, without any scruples, and will stop at nothing in their quest for absolute control. Can Sagittarius stop them before it is too late...< Less
Four Tales of Murder, Mystery, Intrigue and the Absurd By Michael Everill
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Mystery surrounds the origins of the first story “From the sea they came”, for there is scant evidence that the German Kriegsmarine ever kidnapped British citizens from towns and villages... More > along the Cornish coast. It is only rumoured to have happened. However, such rumours as there are provide the seeds for a good yarn possibly told over a beer by one of the local fishermen. “Concerto for side drum” is a tale along the lines of a ventriloquist’s dummy taking over his mind. Here however, it is a side drum, whose hypnotic rhythms gradually come to dominate the drummer to a psychotic level. After the more serious fare of the main menu, dessert comes with the more humorous, “We’re off to the Costalot”. This is meant to border on the absurd. A group of British tourists get stuck in a road tunnel in sunny Spain … weird things begin to happen.< Less

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