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The Pinnacle: A Memoir By H. W. Bingaman
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In Bingaman’s stellar memoir, his boyish obsession with flight blossoms into a grueling but rewarding career in the U.S. military, leading him into the uncertainties of war. Bingaman returns... More > to his Iowa roots in this collection of anecdotes, reminiscences and close calls among fighter pilots and their peers. Recounting first his time in England as an American airman in a NATO squadron, the narrative covers his time in Oregon, the Midwest and Vietnam, detailing the operations—particularly the idiosyncrasies and frustrations—of military programs and the officers that oversaw them. Well-paced and written in economical prose, Bingaman’s retelling of his past is at once richly personal and broadly historical, sacrificing neither breadth nor depth to convey specific bits of information as well as the zeitgeist of the time. A sensitive, astute contribution to the history of the armed forces. —Kirkus Review< Less
Down the Flare Path By D. H. Montgomery
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Denis Hugh Montgomery joined the British Royal Flying Corps as a trainee pilot in early 1917. He received training as a night-flying pilot before being transferred to 101 Squadron in France. By... More > the time Denis Montgomery reached the squadron, it was based at Clairmarais, and carrying out night bombing raids on German tactical targets in the vicinity of St. Quentin. Apart from periods of leave and illness, Montgomery served as a night bomber pilot with 101 Squadron in France, from October 1917 until the summer of 1918, when he was returned to Home Establishment. He remained in the Royal Air Force until discharged to the Unemployed List in May 1919, following the Armistice. His autobiography, "Down The Flare Path", which details some of his experiences as a night bomber pilot, was originally published in the late 1930s. This is the first reprint of this classic World War One autobiography.< Less
Down The Flare Path By D. H. Montgomery
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Denis Hugh Montgomery joined the British Royal Flying Corps as a trainee pilot in early 1917. He received training as a night-flying pilot before being transferred to 101 Squadron in France. By... More > the time Denis Montgomery reached the squadron, it was based at Clairmarais, and carrying out night bombing raids on German tactical targets in the vicinity of St. Quentin. Apart from periods of leave and illness, Montgomery served as a night bomber pilot with 101 Squadron in France, from October 1917 until the summer of 1918, when he was returned to Home Establishment. He remained in the Royal Air Force until discharged to the Unemployed List in May 1919, following the Armistice. His autobiography, “Down The Flare Path”, which details some of his experiences as a night bomber pilot, was originally published in the late 1930s. This is the first reprint of this classic World War One autobiography.< Less
Touched By a Whisper By D.H. REID
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In the 16th century, an archeologist discovers an ancient tomb in Damascus. The artifacts are then removed against the wishes of the spirits that were guarding them. As one artifact that can give the... More > owner unusual sight into spiritual things, there is a mystery that unfolds as evil individuals want the artifact for their own benefit. A young couple will be drawn into the scheme that aren't aware that the individual is actually related to them. Nothing is ever as it appears and the couple will be forced to enlist the aid of their friends that aren't immune to the diabolical crimes that will be committed in the name of greed and evil. The group will be thrown into an adventure of a lifetime and it will involve the occult, evil, corruption, and their lives will be in danger around every corner. Their goal is to solve the mystery and restore order again to the universe, so an innocent soul can find peace again inside a tomb in Damascus.< Less
Ascent of Soul By Amory H. Bradford
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A classic work which attempts to apply a diffuse pan-religious theosophically minded doctrine to Christian thought, describing an awakening to Jesus as a mystery of "elemental processes and... More > forces...(that) are all silent" moving along "pathways of growth". Life is one. It is all under the eye and in the strength of God. Spirits always grow because they always live...in their own places...some beautiful with the holiness of God; some only beginning to rise toward Him, like seed that has broken the soil and begun to move toward the light; and which some day also will hear the divine call, feel the touch of God's light, and begin to move toward Him. There is also a right and a wrong way to use thought, emotional, will. The mind which has hospitality for only holy thoughts will become clearer, and it's vision more distinct.< Less
The Life of Buddha and Its Lessons By H. S. Olcott
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The thoughtful student, in scanning the religious history of the race, has one fact continually forced upon his notice, viz., that there is an invariable tendency to deify whomsoever shows himself... More > superior to the weakness of our common humanity. Look where we will, we find the saint-like man exalted into a divine personage and worshipped for a god. Though perhaps misunderstood, reviled and even persecuted while living, the apotheosis is almost sure to come after death: and the victim of yesterday's mob, raised to the state of an Intercessor in Heaven, is besought with prayer and tears, and placatory penances, to mediate with God for the pardon of human sin. This is a mean and vile trait of human nature, the proof of ignorance, selfishness, brutal cowardice, and a superstitious materialism. It shows the base instinct to put down and destroy whatever or whoever makes men feel their own imperfections; with the alternative of ignoring and denying these very imperfections...< Less
Ascent of Soul By Amory H. Bradford
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A classic work which attempts to apply a diffuse pan-religious theosophically minded doctrine to Christian thought, describing an awakening to Jesus as a mystery of "elemental processes and... More > forces...(that) are all silent" moving along "pathways of growth". Life is one. It is all under the eye and in the strength of God. Spirits always grow because they always live...in their own places...some beautiful with the holiness of God; some only beginning to rise toward Him, like seed that has broken the soil and begun to move toward the light; and which some day also will hear the divine call, feel the touch of God's light, and begin to move toward Him. There is also a right and a wrong way to use thought, emotional, will. The mind which has hospitality for only holy thoughts will become clearer, and it's vision more distinct.< Less
Early Shakespeare Authorship Doubts By Bryan H. Wildenthal
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This book examines dozens of early authorship doubts before the 1616 death of William Shakespeare of Stratford, including five separate indications that the true author of the works of... More > "Shakespeare" (whoever that was) died years before 1616. This is the most sensational literary mystery of all time. The denial of these doubts by most orthodox scholars is an academic scandal of the first order. Wildenthal brings fresh insights and rigorously impartial scholarship to this controversial subject. He shows that these doubts were an authentic and integral part of the time and culture that produced the works of "Shakespeare." His book has been hailed by acclaimed author Alexander Waugh: "Professor Wildenthal's witty and forensic tour de force examines the evidence of Shakespeare's contemporaries and what they really thought of him. Seldom is the argument against conventional opinion so devastatingly articulated."< Less
The Case of the Duplicate Key By G. H. Teed
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Sir Alec Prendergast is forced to surrender his mother’s pearls to cover gambling debts that were incurred due to swindling by Count Stefani and the Twisted Snake Gang. Nelson Lee advises Sir... More > Alec to get a loan from Norman Warner, an honest moneylender but unbeknownst to all, his personal secretary, Cynthia Meadows is, in reality, Mrs. Stefani, also a convicted felon, and former member of the gang. She has been jailed—and by Nelson Lee. But she has also reformed; but once a member of the gang… Count Stefani has lost track of Cynthia but once he finds her, he has ways to steal the Prendergast Pearls held so safely in Norman Warner’s safe.< Less
The Time Machine By H.G. Wells
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H.G. Wells is like the Plato of science fiction, and The Time Machine might be his Republic. If you add up all the "firsts" in these books it would be daunting, especially because we... More > haven't gotten very far past time travel, alien invasion, mad scientists and genetic mutation in the sci-fi genre. An inventor living in Victorian England develops said machine and travels to the year 802,701 A.D.. There he finds two distinct races of beings: the Eloi, lithe, androgynous and child-like, they are the result of millennia of communistic living; and the Morlocks, the pale, apelike, underground dwelling creatures who are industrious and brutal. The Time Traveler's theory (which mirrors Wells' socialist tendencies) is that the two groups are the evolutionary ancestors of the leisure class and working classes. But after some run ins with the Morlocks he discovers an awful secret that will force him to revise his theories once again.< Less

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