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The Fairfax Legacy
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Lord Fairfax once owned a successful Safari Park’, which now, in the wake animal disease, is to close. All of his livestock, plus wild beasts, will have to be destroyed––he cannot... More > sell, move nor afford to feed the animals. The only help the authorities have given him is a licence to kill. Out of desperation and a love of the old times––colonial Africa, India and the Raj––he decides to have a Last Safari, to relive the good old days, and give the animals a ‘noble end’. But who, in this enlightened age, would actually want to shoot a lion, tiger, rhino, elephant etc.? Among Lord Fairfax’ friends and associates there are more than enough takers. But what is the ‘Masonic’ connection? And where are the gazelle? And why is there a contract out to kill one of the party? These questions and more will be answered as the week-end safari turns into a living nightmare, when a ‘hit-man’ and an extremist ‘animal rights’ cell determined to let loose the animals onto the unsuspecting would-be hunters, cross paths.< Less
Wolves of the Sea: Being a Tale of the Colonies from the Manuscript of One Geoffry Carlyle, Seaman, Narrating Certain Strange Adventures Which Befell Him Aboard the Pirate Craft "Namur"
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Wolves of the Sea: Being a Tale of the Colonies From the Manuscript of One Geoffry Carlyle, Seaman, Narrating Certain Strange Adventures Which Befell Him Aboard the Pirate Craft "Namur" by... More > Randall Parrish, first published in 1918. A pirate tale of the 17th century. The hero is the younger son of a house in Scotland. The heroine, Dorothy Fairfax of Virginia, the villain an English lord living as a pirate... There are decks slimy with the blood of cutlassed brutes, a lovely lady saved from a variety of horrors, and all the other appurtenances which will appeal to the large group of men and boys who like pirates. Randall Parrish (1858-1923) was an American author of dime novels, including Wolves of the Sea (Being a Tale of the Colonies from the Manuscript of One Geoffry Carlyle, Seaman, Narrating Certain Strange Adventures Which Befell Him Aboard the Pirate Craft "Namur").< Less
Pohick Church Needlework
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This book is a presentation of the needlework at Pohick Church, Lorton, Virginia. The beautiful pew cushions and frontals were designed with the historic legacy of Pohick Church in mind. They reflect... More > the contributions of Vestry members George Washington and George Mason. The needlework was done with painstaking care by many parishioners and friends in a project that lasted for more than a decade.< Less
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