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Silent World By Coleen Mattingly Bay
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Stanley is fired from his job with a reputable engineering firm in New York City under false pretense. His wife leaves him. He flees to Wyoming and nearly freezes to death. He finds shelter in a... More > cellar where he uses his ingenuity to survive. He discovers letters and journals in the cellar and learns about true love and devotion. When he is found, he is arrested, jailed, and fined for unlawful entry and theft of the food he used for survival. The homeowner offers to have him work on her farm to pay off his fine. He rebuilds his life in a new environment, falls in love, and fills his soul with deep satisfaction from hard work. He is mistakenly declared dead. His wife, Letha, believing she was a widow, remarries, complicating things when he is discovered to be alive. He is compelled to return to New York. Torn between two worlds on opposite sides of the country, he must decide between his life in New York and the western life of Wyoming.< Less
Enemy Space The War of Syzygy By Brent Dorian Carpenter
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World War III was not the end of humanity, but Global Climate Change from those four nukes set Earth on her march to Doomsday. Faced with this catastrophe, the elite seek flight to higher ground,... More > blasting off on a scramble toward salvation...the planet Mars. This new Martian race, the Singularity Society, conquers the inhospitable Red Planet through terraformation, and cracks the genetic secrets of immortality and advanced human engineering as well. A new world is created, a Billionaires' Boys Club by invitation only from the imperious Prime Regent Crock. Now in 2098, a group of American anarchists conspires to take the Three Cities of Mars by force. Led by hotshot pilot Major Darius Paladin, a Martian defector, the Earthling strike team launches a daring assault on his former Luna Base to steal the starship Spheeris and turn the tide of battle. As the two planets move into syzygy alignment, the stage is set for Mankind's first Interplanetary War. Earth vs Mars...and the Martians are us.< Less
The Atlantean Conspiracy (Final Edition) By Eric Dubay
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The Atlantean Conspiracy Final Edition is the ultimate encyclopedia exposing the global conspiracy from Atlantis to Zion. Discover how world royalty through the Vatican and secret societies control... More > literally every facet of our lives from behind the scenes and have done so for thousands of years. Topics covered include Presidential Bloodlines, The New World Order, Big Brother, FEMA Concentration Camps, Secret Societies, The Zionist Jew World Order, False Flags & The Hegelian Dialectic, The Lusitania & WWI, Pearl Harbor & WWII, Operation Northwoods, The Gulf of Tonkin & The Vietnam War, The Oklahoma City Bombing, The 9/11 Inside Job, Media Manipulation, The Health Conspiracy, Fluoride, Vaccines, Engineered AIDS, The Meat & Dairy Myth, The Cure for Everything, Masonic Symbology, Numerology, Time Manipulation, The Christian Conspiracy, Astrotheology, Magic Mushrooms, Atlantis, Kundalini, Enlightenment, Geocentric Cosmology, The NASA Moon and Mars Landing Hoaxes, Aliens, Controlled Opposition, and much more< Less
'Warrior-In-Waiting' By E.G Farman
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The book paints a picture of air force life in the 40s, 50s & 60s, including the period when the Cold War nearly became the opposite. "One of the Wellingtons had begun an overshoot, but as... More > the engines reached full power the nose had shot skywards, the aircraft had climbed for a moment then stall-turned into the ground and burned. As they started the overshoot, the instructor had taken the backthrust from the elevators, and his backrest had broken away under the strain, sending him over backwards, still holding the wheel. That was all that it had taken to kill three men." "A manoeuvre to practise in the simulator was the escape. They would need to be five miles away at bomb-burst and running away from the pressure wave but some had not thought it through. Survival required an instant tight, diving turn while closing the bomb doors and pushing the aircraft to its limiting speed. Less imaginative captains would ask how far away they were at bomb-burst and I would reply “Three-quarters of a mile.”< Less
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The Permanent Carnival By Mitchel Cohen
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"The most potent weapon in the hands of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed." (Steve Biko) Mitchel Cohen's poems -- loaded with insight as well as incite -- seek to deny the... More > oppressor that weapon. Mitchel Cohen lives in “The People's Republic of Brooklyn.” He is a member of the Brooklyn Greens/Green Party, and for many years made his living (such as it is) selling his poems in the subways. He was a founding member of the Red Balloon Collective and its “poetry conspiracy” at SUNY Stony Brook in 1969 and edited its journal through the decades. Cohen was one of the “Lib­er­ty Bell 7,” arrested for demanding free­dom for political pri­son­ers Mumia Abu-Jamal and Leonard Peltier. He co-founded and coordinates the No Spray Coalition against toxic pesticides, works with NY State Against Genetic Engineering, Chairs the WBAI Local Station Board (99.5 FM), and broadcasts a weekly internet radio show, "Steal This Radio" at< Less
Combat Without Weapons By Captain E. Hartley Leather
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Despite his endorsement of violent acts against humans, as described in “Combat Without Weapons”, Hartley Leather was a lay reader and freemason. How he wrestled with aggression v.... More > faith is conjectural, but his booklet was innovative when gallantry in self-defense ruled. Historically, the basis for the killing methods he proposed probably first saw light in Britain when the Anglo-Indian, engineer, Edward William Barton-Wright, founded the Bartitsu School of Arms in London in 1898. In 1900, Barton-Wright invited the Japanese jujitsu expert, S. K. Uyenishi, to teach at his school. Uyenishi soon began teaching extreme versions of jujitsu to British officers, before returning to Japan in 1908. Following the sowing of these first seeds, jujitsu techniques spread throughout the British Isles and abroad. Although Uyenishi had taught his own “Ju-Jutsu” as a recreational activity, it was probably from his jujitsu techniques combined with “Bartitsu” applications that unarmed combat for killing developed.< Less
Two Years on the English Gulag By Geraldine Murfin-Shaw
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It's 1979 and Val is ready for a new challenge. Answering an ad in The Caterer, she gets the job of Head Chef at Brownsea Castle in Poole Harbour. Once there she has to cope with a staff of six... More > unruly lads, all but one pushing six foot. She bonds over a curry with her boss, a blustering, red-faced ex-colonial who thinks he runs the Castle while his level-headed wife strives to keep his feet on the ground and his nose to the grindstone. Read about Tony, the gangling teenager from Liverpool who makes blue cakes for tea, Briggs the recalcitrant Scotsman with his catchphrase 'If it's burrnt they cannae say it's not kewked' and the delectable Jimmy who poses in his football shorts outside her room on hot afternoons. Coming back for the return match in 1980 Val's heart is gladdened by the arrival of a team of divers. She finds a passionate lover in the boat's engineer, whom she dubs the Red-Bearded Dwarf. A laugh, a delight from start to finish, you will enjoy the escapism of this island where anything goes.< Less
Longer Than You’re Alive By David Michael
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Zack Richards has just turned fifty. His mother passed away a year ago from breast cancer. Six months ago “the most beautiful girl in the world” (as Zack referred to her) his wife Julie... More > was killed by a drunk driver. Now his father has become ill with some very peculiar symptoms. Then to top it off his job as an engineer at Hunter Motors is being seriously threatened. When all this is put together, Zack is going through a mid-life crisis of monumental proportions. After a series of foreign and unexpected events, Zack decides to begin a spiritual journey in the quest of nothing less than… the meaning of life! Why are all the important people in my life leaving me and where are they now that they’re gone, are the questions that fuel Zack’s mission. In the midst of his searching, Zack’s sister-in-law introduces him to the beautiful, confident, but vulnerable Brenda. His best friend’s wife introduces him to the perky, vivacious and extremely vulnerable Sara.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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