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CARDEN OF BARNANE By Arthur E Carden
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History of the Barnane estate in County Tipperary, Ireland together with information about all known Carden descendants of the original Jonathan Carden of Barnane, born about 1675. A prologue Barnane... More > before the Cardens gives some background about Cromwell’s savage suppression in 1650 of the Irish Rebellion, and tells how Barnane was confiscated from the O’Meagher family which held the land from the earl of Ormond. Barnane was granted to an ‘adventurer’ and was leased in 1701 to Jonathan Carden, eldest son of John Carden of Templemore. A biography is given of each of the seven Cardens who held Barnane in succession until the last died in 1932. The most notorious of these was John Rutter Carden (1811-1866). Though he was a prominent and wealthy landlord and a Deputy Lieutenant of the county, he was convicted in 1854 of attempting to abduct a certain Miss Eleanor Arbuthnot, and sentenced to two years’ imprisonment. New edition 2017, revised February 2018.< Less
No Vacancies Vol. 1 By Lucien Black
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Taking queues from the serials of old, Black uses the concept of serialized fiction to introduce readers to his work in his first novel, No Vacancies. In Book 1, Black offers four different... More > stories. One More Sunday follows Detective Sam Arkwright as he attempts to put together the missing pieces of a murder; the victim being one of the city’s renowned super heroes, The Protector. Black offers a taste of horror with his tales, Outcast and Devotion. Set in Black’s fictional city Hudson, NY, a serial killer is leaving behind mutilated bodies and the police are baffled. A mysterious man, named Nathaniel has followed the trail to Hudson, but is he there to help or is he simply an Outcast? In Devotion, Dr. Alastair Cromwell struggles to resurrect his late wife, Annette. Will he succeed and at what cost? In part 1 of High Stakes, we are introduced to a louse of man named Jack Ander. Abused by his father; branded a coward. Is he destined to be a hero?< Less
A Tale of Two Ships By Al Allaway
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Tale of two ships is a long promised sequel to Al Allaway’s Jonathan of Scots, eleven years in the making. During the 2nd English Civil War in 17th Century Scotland, Jonathan sets out on a 10... More > year quest over land and sea to recover a priceless heirloom needed to unlock political power in the fight between Oliver Cromwell and the Stuart kings of England. Now, years later, in Tale of Two Ships, Jonathan gets his long awaited master’s certificate to command a huge merchant ship. Pairing with a second ship in which son John is a new recruit, the two set off for the American Colonies. One carries over 100 Quaker passengers, indentured as servants and immediately problems arise. At every port of call in the wide circle of the Caribbean-Atlantic, trouble is encountered. This is a tale of wits and military strategy involving political greed, murders, desertions, pirates, and Dutch warships during the Anglo-Dutch wars, all while trying to buy or barter imports and exports between nations.< Less
The Knights of Black Chapter By Ken Bourne-Turner
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9/11 style bomb attacks leave the popularity of the US President and British PM in global melt down. The race is on to neutralise a threat to global stability.Revelations of unimaginable power deep... More > in the bowels of Freemasonry through the Ark of the Covenant and Holy Grail. Are Jesus and Mary still pulling unconquerable strings through their direct descendants? Who killed Oliver Cromwell, Adolph Hitler, John F Kennedy, Slobodan Milosevic ? Who could be next? Knights of Black Chapter and their deadly counterparts the Knights of Incanda are vying for supremacy. The centuries old war between the two is now reaching fever pitch. "In the vein of John Le Carre or Robert Ludlum. His book is an interesting “spy” novel, full of history, intriguing characters and larger than life issues. I can think of many books I would have thrown in a corner for the opportunity to read this." Review by Clayton Bye of the "Deepening.com". www.theknightsofblackchapter.com< Less
The Knights of Black Chapter By Ken Bourne-Turner
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9/11 style bomb attacks leave the popularity of the US President and British PM in global melt down. The race is on to neutralise a threat to global stability.Revelations of unimaginable power deep... More > in the bowels of Freemasonry through the Ark of the Covenant and Holy Grail. Are Jesus and Mary still pulling unconquerable strings through their direct descendants? Who killed Oliver Cromwell, Adolph Hitler, John F Kennedy, Slobodan Milosevic ? Who could be next? Knights of Black Chapter and their deadly counterparts the Knights of Incanda are vying for supremacy. The centuries old war between the two is now reaching fever pitch. "In the vein of John Le Carre or Robert Ludlum. His book is an interesting “spy” novel, full of history, intriguing characters and larger than life issues. I can think of many books I would have thrown in a corner for the opportunity to read this." Review by Clayton Bye of the "Deepening.com". www.theknightsofblackchapter.com< Less
Parties Unknown By Gregory Bailey
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70 years after a group of white men seized a black farmhand from a jail in a small Maryland town, dragged him in front of more than 1,000 cheering onlookers, hanged him, and burned his corpse on the... More > courthouse lawn, the lynching continues to change and threaten the lives of two families. Hasty Tyler leaves Washington, D.C. to become a small-town lawyer and live on the farm once owned by his grandparents. He learns the details of the 1934 lynching, and his connection to it, from three women with different perspectives: family friend and retired history teacher Elsie Long; his paralegal, a beautiful young black woman named Bethesda Tazewell; and Bethesda's grandmother Nettie, who was 12 years old and living with her family on the Tyler farm when the lynching occurred. The lingering racial tension generated by the lynching leads to a tragic confrontation involving Hasty, his cousin and Cromwell police chief Carter Rowley, and Bethesda’s bitter younger brother Bevan.< Less
Sparkles of Glory By John Saltmarsh
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SPARKLES OF GLORY, or some beams of the Morning-Star; wherein are many discoveries as to truth, and peace, to the establishment, and pure enlargement of a Christian in Spirit & Truth. Printed in... More > 1647. John Saltmarsh, 1612-1647, studied at Magdalene College, Cambridge. Around 1643 he began to voice his fundamental opposition to all empty forms of the Established Church, having given up his living at Heslerton because of his principles against tithe-taking. Early in 1645, he took appointment as Rector of Brasted, in Kent, but refused the income. In the last three years of his life Saltmarsh established himself in positions that made him a favorite target of the Presbyterian supporters who wanted nothing more but to see him imprisoned. He became known as a vigorous advocate of religious toleration and liberty of conscience, of Free and Sovereign Grace, and a loyal supporter of Cromwell’s New Model Army. About June 1646 Saltmarsh became an Army Chaplain to the forces of General Fairfax.< Less
Great Uncle Sedgwick's Gift parts 1 & 2 By Beth E Browning
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Time travel adventure. A three part saga. This book covers the first two periods of the visits back in time made by 12 year old twins, Mike and Beth and younger brother Jake.There are 15 exciting,... More > worrying and dangerous visits to the each of eras of Cromwell, the Georgians and finally Victorians spread over a 3 year period. We go with them as they mingle with the villagers, seeing how their local village changes over the centuries. How will they cope with the challenges of the periods, firstly ruthless roundheads hunting royalists and even witches and later, highwaymen and smugglers? The trio soon realise what pitiful lives some children younger than themselves were forced to live when visiting the tin mine. All the while we see how they grow up into young teenagers in the 1980s. Their adventures are exciting, some sad and others surprising as we walk with them through history. These stories are suitable for all the family from 8 to 80 years old< Less
The Life of Horatio, Lord Nelson By Robert Southey
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Robert Southey (/ˈsaʊði/ or /ˈsʌði/;... More > August 12, 1774 in Bristol – March 21, 1843 in London) was an English poet of the Romantic school, one of the so-called "Lake Poets", and Poet Laureate for 30 years from 1813 to his death in 1843. Although his fame has long been eclipsed by that of his contemporaries and friends William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Southey's verse still enjoys some popularity.Southey was also a prolific letter writer, literary scholar, essay writer, historian and biographer. His biographies include the life and works of John Bunyan, John Wesley, William Cowper, Oliver Cromwell and Horatio Nelson. The last has rarely been out of print since its publication in 1813 and was adapted for the screen in the 1926 British film, Nelson. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Southey< Less
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