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Buld By Frank Rogers
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Roger Graduates from College By Frank Cost
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Roger Graduated from College on May 22, 2007
Roger Davis, Loyalist By Frank Baird
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GET JOLLY ROGERED! By Frank R Long
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A semi-pornographic portrait painter and his pretty wife are hard at work in their isolated farm in darkest Exmoor. Two beautiful, well upholstered models arrive to pose. But the wife’s first... More > husband, a ne’er-do-well violent prisoner, has escaped from Dartmoor Prison as ‘Long John Silver’ (whom he thinks he is, having got a knock on the head during a pantomime) and is bent on murder. There are two naïve Dartmoor screws in pursuit of Long John and a virginal vicar pursued by the models. A pantomime horse and a gorilla suit help to complicate matters in this end-of-pier eisteddfod. Read it and produce it!< Less
Frank Schaeffer Will You Please Shut Up! By Jay Rogers
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The title of this book is a misnomer. It is not an attempt to get anyone to shut up, but rather to provoke a discussion. This book is intended to be a warning about the philosophy of “Christian... More > postmodernism.” The reader will learn some basic principles that can be used to engage their arguments. Part 1 is a response to some of the recent writings by Frank Schaeffer, the son of the late Francis Schaeffer. This was originally written as a defense against Frank’s attacks on pro-life street activism – a movement that his father helped bring into being through his books. Part 2 is a response to Colonel Doner and his book, Christian Jihad: Neo-Fundamentalists and the Polarization of America. There are thousands who have had their lives impacted in a powerful way by the elder Francis Schaeffer. As a new generation is emerging, it is important to recognize the mistakes that Christian activists have made in the past even while holding to a vision for the future.< Less
Ainsi parlait Frank Sinistra By Roger Stéphane Blaise
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Bienvenue au petit coin du gros con ! Ce n'est pas avec ce recueil que vous allez restreindre le champ des doutes et y trouver des réponses, mais des questions qui supposent un sens plus... More > précis qu'elles ne le prétendent: Est-il plus difficile de dire toute la vérité quand les mots manquent ? Doit-on relier l’amour au problème de physique ou à une simple séance de chimie? Qui vient en premier? L’œuf à la coque ou la Poule de luxe? L'état d'ébriété se trouve-t-il sur la carte? Le crime se paye-t-il avec de fausses factures? En plus de ces 400 Questions de caprices qui préfèrent rester sans réponses, vous serez étonné de ces 70 pages remplies de dictons recyclés, de citations apocryphes, de répliques impudiques, d'humeur des 7 derniers jours, de thèses du malaise et d'un Je bien amusant ! Si vous avez aimé San Antonio, Vous adorerez Frank Sinistra ! - Bob Delon< Less
The Curlytops at Uncle Frank's Ranch; Or, Little Folks on Ponyback By Howard Roger Garis
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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: Howard Roger Garis ((1873-04-25)April 25, 1873 – November... More > 6, 1962(1962-11-06)) was an American author, best known for a series of books, published under his own name, that featured the character of Uncle Wiggily Longears, an engaging elderly rabbit. Garis and his wife were possibly the most prolific children's authors of the early 20th century. Many of his books were illustrated by Lansing Campbell.Garis was born in Binghamton, New York. He and his spouse Lilian Garis both worked as reporters for the Newark Evening News. He did some work on the side for WNJR also in Newark.The first Uncle Wiggily story appeared January 10, 1910 in the Newark News. For almost four decades the newspaper published an Uncle Wiggily story by Garis every day except Sunday, and the series was eventually nationally syndicated. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Howard_R._Garis< Less
The Curlytops at Uncle Frank’s Ranch; or, Little Folks on Ponyback By Howard R. Garis
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Howard Roger Garis (April 25, 1873 – November 6, 1962) an American author, best known for a series of books, published under his own name, that featured the character of Uncle Wiggily... More > Longears, an engaging elderly rabbit. Garis was possibly the most prolific children's author of the early 20th century. Many of his books were illustrated by Lansing Campbell. The Curlytops series was published between 1918-1932. The Curlytops at Uncle Frank’s Ranch; or, Little Folks on Ponyback was published in 1918.< Less
Jobbins By John Paul Rogers
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On the 26th June 1923 in the small box room of the little red brick house in Foxglove Street, a baby boy was born without complication……… Jobbins This is a tender and humorous... More > record of the life of an extraordinary family and one unusual man. The story spans through four generations between the years 1920 to 2005 and takes the reader on a journey of contemporary historic enthrallment as you follow the constant ups and downs, the persistent challenges and finally a rewarding epilogue that will give the reader that sense of having had a fulfilling read. It is also the story of two people who united two countries through their marriage which took place in Italy in 1945. That marriage still unites the two countries today, over sixty years later. Through this book, the reader will discover and enjoy the character that is Jobbins.< Less
Jobbins By John Paul Rogers
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On the 26th June 1923 in the small box room of the little red brick house in Foxglove Street, a baby boy was born without complication……… Jobbins This is a tender and humorous... More > record of the life of an extraordinary family and one unusual man. The story spans through four generations between the years 1920 to 2005 and takes the reader on a journey of contemporary historic enthrallment as you follow the constant ups and downs, the persistent challenges and finally a rewarding epilogue that will give the reader that sense of having had a fulfilling read. It is also the story of two people who united two countries through their marriage which took place in Italy in 1945. That marriage still unites the two countries today, over sixty years later. Through this book, the reader will discover and enjoy the character that is Jobbins.< Less

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