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Surrender By James Rivers
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A collection of poems from a recovering addict and alcoholic for addicts and alcoholics.
Surrender By James Rivers
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A collection of poems from a recovering addict and alcoholic for addicts and alcoholics.
101 Everyday Tips for Losing 10 Pounds By James Rivers
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This book is dedicated solely to the cause of losing weight and that too in the most surprising ways you ever heard of. There is only one thing that you have to bear in mind. Weight loss does not... More > happen by itself. There are only two ways to accomplish it... The first is by watching what you eat and the second is by seeing to it that your body gets the exercise that it needs.< Less
40 years of James River Rugby By Marsha Durocher
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This book is a pictoral history of the James River Rugby Football Club of Richmond, Va.
A RIVER OF TEARS By James West
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The river of tears is book of poetry for those who love the rhythmic lyrical words that produce an emotional flow wandering through life on a journey into the unknown
The River's End By James Oliver Curwood
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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: James Oliver "Jim" Curwood (June 12, 1878 –... More > August 13, 1927) was an American action-adventure writer and conservationist. His books ranked among Publisher's Weekly top-ten best sellers in the United States in the early 1920s. At least eighteen motion pictures have been based on or directly inspired by his novels and short stories. At the time of his death, he was the highest paid (per word) author in the world. His writing studio, Curwood Castle, is now a museum in Owosso, Michigan.Curwood was born in Owosso, Michigan, the youngest of four children. He left high school before graduation, but passed the entrance exam to the University of Michigan, where he enrolled in the English department and studied journalism. After two years, he quit college to become a reporter. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Oliver_Curwood< Less
The River's End By James Oliver Curwood
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James Oliver Curwood was an early 20th century writer who lived in Michigan, where he published several novels a year. Curwood loved the outdoors and is known for his conservation efforts. Many of... More > his books were made into movies as late as the 1990's. In The River's End two men who resemble each other physically lead very different lives. Conniston is a member of the Northwest Mounted Police. Keith is an outlaw. This physical trait linked these men together.< Less
7 River Riddles By James Dunbar
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Seven original riddles about life on the river, with seven original drawings to provide clues for those who are stumped. Here's an easy one to start: "It always moves, yet it stays in place, It... More > may have a mouth, but not a face."< Less
Black River By Algeania W. Freeman, PhD
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As a slave boy working on a plantation in Wilson, North Carolina, thirteen-year-old James Woodard, one of seven children, is somewhat oblivious to life around him. He knows he’s a slave and... More > doesn’t know any other way. But when his father is sent to the auction block and his mother dies, James hears his mom’s voice encouraging him to run. James runs to a place where a Quaker family gives him a second chance at life. He becomes a wealthy businessman and philanthropist who builds a school and church for his community. James amasses more than 175 acres of land which is named Woodard’s Place on the plat maps. Woodard and his son are murdered for the land, and his family’s assets are stolen. Black River tells the story of a former slave who pays the ultimate price with his life for his land, his legacy living on through the lives of his descendants.< Less
Black River By Algeania W. Freeman, PhD
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As a slave boy working on a plantation in Wilson, North Carolina, thirteen-year-old James Woodard, one of seven children, is somewhat oblivious to life around him. He knows he’s a slave and... More > doesn’t know any other way. But when his father is sent to the auction block and his mother dies, James hears his mom’s voice encouraging him to run. James runs to a place where a Quaker family gives him a second chance at life. He becomes a wealthy businessman and philanthropist who builds a school and church for his community. James amasses more than 175 acres of land which is named Woodard’s Place on the plat maps. Woodard and his son are murdered for the land, and his family’s assets are stolen. Black River tells the story of a former slave who pays the ultimate price with his life for his land, his legacy living on through the lives of his descendants.< Less