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Silence By samantha anderson
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This book has foufteen different poems in it.In which I think that you would enjoy.
GRATITUDE 1 By JIT KHOR JOO
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we have gratitude & faith to God.Malachi 3:11.Trust me in this and see if I will not open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessings you will not have room enough for it.In Jesus... More > name we pray,amen.< Less
I AM A CHILD OF DESTINY: For Children of All Ages. By JUMMAI VICTOR BISHOP
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children are unique and special, they are to be nutured and taught who they are. Their unique greatness in life is determined on whom they think they are. As parent,if you will teach and tell your... More > child/children who they are created to be by God, They will grow with it,in it and become it.< Less
The Case of the Lavender Gripsack By Harry Keeler
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At last! After a thousand pages and more side-trips through the backwoods of Chicago than you can imagine, the story of the man standing on the corner with the crimson hatbox is completed. Finally we... More > find out why the defendant, when asked by the archbishop what was in the box, replied “Wah Lee’s skull. I cracked Vann’s pete.” But not without some of the most incredible courtroom hijinks in the history of jurisprudence. And it’s told as only Harry Stephen Keeler could tell it—in four long books.< Less
THE SECOND PENTACLE OF JUPITER By Ken Nunoo
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This seal is a modified and revised version of the second pentacle of Jupiter from the Greater Key of Solomon. It is used to acquire glory, honors, dignities, riches, andall kinds of good, together... More > with peace of mind. To use this seal light a white or blue candle and place itin the center of the seal on a Thursday. In the center of the Hexagram are the letters of the name AHIH, Eheieh (I AM); In the upper and lower angles are the name AB, the father. In the remaining angles those of the name YHVH, (JEHOVAH OR YAHWEH). The verse in the innermost circle is from Psalm 112, verse 3: “Wealth and riches are in house and his righteousness endures forever".< Less
Gracie's Mysterious Superpower By Leonard Adams
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Ten-year-old Gracie Rodriguez has made up many tales of fantasy for playacting with her grandfather on their routine outings together. Strangely, for the first time, she commits one to writing. It... More > was at a “mystical urge,” she says, and tells him, “It’s along the line of apocalyptic for some reason.” During their hike on the day the tale is finalized, she acquires various superpowers and unimaginable experiences ensue—evil character, seeking to steal her powers; alternate realms; and supernatural creatures. Gracie learns that a mystical creature has provided a mysterious superpower to assist her with mounting horrors. But will she be able to solve a riddle required to access it—in the apparent last minutes of her and her grandfather’s lives?< Less
"Dying To Be Beautiful" Mysteries: Without A Head By M. Glenda Rosen
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“Dying To Be Beautiful,” is about the billion-dollar world of beauty. The mystery series takes place in The Hamptons, where the murdered and suspected murderers are often arrogant and... More > obnoxious with a sense of entitlement. Private Investigator Jenna Preston and her long-time friend, Detective Troy Johnson, work together to solve these murders and other crimes. However, the intriguing series is about much more than murders and mysteries. “Dying To Be Beautiful” explores the beauty—or lack of it—in humanity. It’s about insights into human behavior, people’s life choices and the impact of their choices on themselves and others. The first book in the series, “Dying to be Beautiful: Without a Head,” begins with an ordinary occurrence transformed into a gruesome scene. “The head in the sink stared up at her. Darcy Monroe, the owner of a popular, chic hair salon was used to this. Only this time, the head was there without a body.”< Less
"Dying to Be Beautiful" Mysteries: Without a Head By M. Glenda Rosen
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“Dying To Be Beautiful,” is about the billion-dollar world of beauty. The mystery series takes place in The Hamptons, where the murdered and suspected murderers are often arrogant and... More > obnoxious with a sense of entitlement. Private Investigator Jenna Preston and her long-time friend, Detective Troy Johnson, work together to solve these murders and other crimes. However, the intriguing series is about much more than murders and mysteries. “Dying To Be Beautiful” explores the beauty—or lack of it—in humanity. It’s about insights into human behavior, people’s life choices and the impact of their choices on themselves and others. The first book in the series, “Dying to be Beautiful: Without a Head,” begins with an ordinary occurrence transformed into a gruesome scene. “The head in the sink stared up at her. Darcy Monroe, the owner of a popular, chic hair salon was used to this. Only this time, the head was there without a body.”< Less
Old Junk By H. M. (Henry Major) Tomlinson
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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: Henry Major Tomlinson (21 June 1873 – 5 February 1958) was... More > a British writer and journalist. He was known for anti-war and travel writing, novels and short stories, especially of life at sea. He was born and died in London.Tomlinson was brought up in Poplar, London. He worked as a shipping clerk, and then as a reporter for the Morning Leader newspaper; he travelled up the Amazon River for it.In World War I he was an official correspondent for the British Army, in France. In 1917 he returned to work with H. W. Massingham on The Nation, which opposed the war. He left the paper in 1923, when Massingham resigned because of a change of owner and political line. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H._M._Tomlinson< Less
Waiting for Daylight By H. M. (Henry Major) Tomlinson
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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: Henry Major Tomlinson (21 June 1873 – 5 February 1958) was... More > a British writer and journalist. He was known for anti-war and travel writing, novels and short stories, especially of life at sea. He was born and died in London.Tomlinson was brought up in Poplar, London. He worked as a shipping clerk, and then as a reporter for the Morning Leader newspaper; he travelled up the Amazon River for it.In World War I he was an official correspondent for the British Army, in France. In 1917 he returned to work with H. W. Massingham on The Nation, which opposed the war. He left the paper in 1923, when Massingham resigned because of a change of owner and political line. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H._M._Tomlinson< Less