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No Angels By H. E. Hinze
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Liz Patrona never expected to lose her normal life completely. She never expected that people’s memories of her would vanish, or that all records of her existence would disappear. She never... More > expected to be stolen away to a city beneath the desert. And she definitely never expected to be told she was the God-chosen barrier between the common man and paranormal threats. Liz is a teenager perfectly happy with her mediocrity, that is, before she’s taken by a peculiar group of people and forced into a role she never imagined, - and definitely doesn’t want. Distinguishing illusion from reality, realizing her abilities as a pyrokinetic, and keeping other-worldly objects from the hands of normal folk are only some of the things that await her. Prepared for this by her new mentor, a rude, possibly sadistic, but oddly attracting man, Liz braces herself for what is to come. But many an unknown thing lurks here, and what she doesn’t know may just kill her.< Less
Peace Sign By H.R. Harvey
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James Hatton and Karl Sheppard, two college roomies drive up to a mixer to find women. Physically, they’re opposites. James is Bobby Kennedy to Karl’s Jerry Garcia. While having a... More > Coke, James spies a young ballet dancer running back from class. He catches her eye, then intercepts her. He is smitten by this exotic doe-eyed girl. She’s Russian and already dating a pre-med student. James implores her to at least dance with him. Ultimately, she does though Louisa informs him it’s hopeless. She’s already engaged. A week later the draft lottery is announced. All over the country the phones are tied-up as half of America’s young men realize their lives have changed. America is in an unofficial civil war, only it isn’t the North against the South, it’s war within the family. James enlists in the Air Force and becomes a pilot. But the tension of the war exists inside the military as well.< Less
Healing in the Woods Healing in the Woods By H. A. Bryan
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Shattered by her break up, Anne-Marie emerges from isolation. She seeks refuge in the nearby woods but becomes lost in the forest, to a small cottage and greeted by an old woman. The older woman... More > soon begins to teach Annie about the use of herbs, how to work with animals and many other aspects of the old ways. When Annie goes to town for supplies, she must confront her ex and family who have bullied for generations. Armed with her self-reliance, she is able to confront them with ever increasing confidence and helps Clark’s latest victim, her brother Drew. As Drew slowly overcomes his fear of the woods, he and Annie continue to learn from the old woman. They learn it has been connected to Clark’s family for generations. After they stand up to Clark, an even more dangerous threat from their past shows up and threatens not only their confidence but that of their family. With the greater good at stake, Annie & Drew are forced to uncover the origin of their abilities, generations of tradition and family secrets.< Less
359th Fighter Group, 1943-1945 By Thomas H. Raines
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Merriam Press Military Reprint 6. Pictorial history of the 359th Fighter Group (Headquarters Squadron and 368th, 369th and 370th Fighter Squadrons), 448th Air Service Group (Headquarters and Base... More > Service Squadron), 824th Air Engineering Squadron, 648th Air Materiel Squadron, and 3rd Gunnery, Tow-Target Flight, Eighth Air Force, USAAF, based at East Wretham. The Group flew 346 missions in P-47s and, later, P-51s, between 13 December 1943 and 20 April 1945. Officially credited with 373 aerial kills, 23 probables, and 185 damaged. They destroyed 364 locomotives and over 1,000 rail cars, and destroyed and damaged hundreds of military vehicles. Narrative plus numerous facts and data. First Reprint Edition (July 2012). 514 photos, including portraits of all pilots, plus aircraft, operations, and combat.< Less
359th Fighter Group, 1943-1945 By Thomas H. Raines
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Merriam Press Military Reprint 6. Pictorial history of the 359th Fighter Group (Headquarters Squadron and 368th, 369th and 370th Fighter Squadrons), 448th Air Service Group (Headquarters and Base... More > Service Squadron), 824th Air Engineering Squadron, 648th Air Materiel Squadron, and 3rd Gunnery, Tow-Target Flight, Eighth Air Force, USAAF, based at East Wretham. The Group flew 346 missions in P-47s and, later, P-51s, between 13 December 1943 and 20 April 1945. Officially credited with 373 aerial kills, 23 probables, and 185 damaged. They destroyed 364 locomotives and over 1,000 rail cars, and destroyed and damaged hundreds of military vehicles. Narrative plus numerous facts and data. First Reprint Edition (July 2012). 514 photos, including portraits of all pilots, plus aircraft, operations, and combat.< Less
Realms’ Anchor: Contact By William H. Nugent
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Civil war erupts in Pakistan fueled by a movement known only as Kôz. The world watches helplessly as a nuclear power destabilizes from within, but when Americans are rounded up and positioned... More > as human shields against outside interference, the United States sends its best. The 25th Marine Expeditionary Unit is the newest in battalion-strength special operations packing the hardest charging Marines and most advanced close air support in the world. There’s no fighting force on Earth they can’t handle, period. And command has made one thing clear: the hostages are coming home. However, what the Marines do not know is that the Pakistani rebels are mere pawns to a greater power—a power not of this world. Realms’ Anchor is a mil-spec, high-fantasy roller coaster where the stakes are absolute, and the rules of engagement rescinded. The Marines must succeed as they enter the battle of the millennia, making first-contact with a violent presence that defies reason. Dig in, man the gun, and welcome to the fight.< Less
Realms’ Anchor: Contact By William H. Nugent
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Civil war erupts in Pakistan fueled by a movement known only as Kôz. The world watches helplessly as a nuclear power destabilizes from within, but when Americans are rounded up and positioned... More > as human shields against outside interference, the United States sends its best. The 25th Marine Expeditionary Unit is the newest in battalion-strength special operations packing the hardest charging Marines and most advanced close air support in the world. There’s no fighting force on Earth they can’t handle, period. And command has made one thing clear: the hostages are coming home. However, what the Marines do not know is that the Pakistani rebels are mere pawns to a greater power—a power not of this world. Realms’ Anchor is a mil-spec, high-fantasy roller coaster where the stakes are absolute, and the rules of engagement rescinded. The Marines must succeed as they enter the battle of the millennia, making first-contact with a violent presence that defies reason. Dig in, man the gun, and welcome to the fight.< Less
Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death By F. W. H. Myers
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Ever wonder what really happens when you dream, or when death occurs? How about those moments you have an inspiration "out of the blue"? And why do affirmations work for certain people and... More > in certain circumstances, but not for everyone and all the time? FWH Myers lived a very full life, even surviving near death in his 20's as only member of his gold-mining expedition. When he finally turned to getting trained as an M.D., his background led to the odd and unusual, the metaphysical instead of the straight materialist dogma of how the world worked. These works are but a partial presentation of an ever-growing subject on personality and its survival after the body dies. This book is an exposition rather than a proof. As William James forcefully argued, Myers made the first attempts to map out the full range of the subliminal mind as a universal human phenomenon. It was also the inspiration for Dorothea Brande in her breakthrough of Wake Up And Live. Scroll Up and Get Your Copy Now.< Less
Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death By F. W. H. Myers
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Ever wonder what really happens when you dream, or when death occurs? How about those moments you have an inspiration "out of the blue"? And why do affirmations work for certain people and... More > in certain circumstances, but not for everyone and all the time? FWH Myers lived a very full life, even surviving near death in his 20's as only member of his gold-mining expedition. When he finally turned to getting trained as an M.D., his background led to the odd and unusual, the metaphysical instead of the straight materialist dogma of how the world worked. These works are but a partial presentation of an ever-growing subject on personality and its survival after the body dies. This book is an exposition rather than a proof. As William James forcefully argued, Myers made the first attempts to map out the full range of the subliminal mind as a universal human phenomenon. It was also the inspiration for Dorothea Brande in her breakthrough of Wake Up And Live. Scroll Up and Get Your Copy Now.< Less
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