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Mars Hill: A Living Legacy By Michael W. Lemberger, LeAnn Lemberger
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The oldest log-cabin church still in use in the United States, Mars Hill was built in 1857 and serves today as a non-denominational chapel. Heavily damaged in an arson fire in 2006, the church has... More > been rebuilt.< Less
An Alien from Mars By Gemma Hill
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An alien called Slimetastic comes to earth to freeze the population and rob the banks but the next time he returns to earth he finds an unpleasant surprise.
The House of Mars By Orrin Grey
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Police find three bodies in an abandoned house in the Hollywood Hills. One wakes up. Straddling the boundary between dream and nightmare, fantasy and reality, "The House of Mars" tells... More > the story of one burned-out detective's investigation into a mystery that transcends time and space. Police find three bodies in an abandoned house in the Hollywood Hills. One wakes up. That's just the beginning.< Less
Horsemen of Mars By Codex Regius
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The award-winning science novel The Horsemen of Mars come with the solar wind. The sparks beneath their invisible hoofs illuminate the nights of the red planet. A marvellous sight from the safety... More > of your base on Mars. But when you are lost in the red planet's desert, the Horsemen of Mars show their fatal facet as their wild hunt is tracking down your fragile body. Join our Mars crew in the most critical time of their mission! Follow them into the struggle for their lives on the hostile plains and hills of the red planet. An illustrated science novel for young and adult armchair astronomers. Including two double-page maps and many real images from Mars' surface.< Less
A Harris (Hill & Park) Clan in California By Robert Z. Callaham
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Joseph Harris (Sr.) was born July 1848 to Rosalie Brady, of John Francis Harris, in Baltimore, Md. In Mar 1869 he became Dr. of Medicine, Univ. of Md., School of Medicine. The likely but undocumented... More > mother of the illegitimate child of Dr. Joseph Harris was Eliza ‘Lizzie’ F. Petrie, M.D. She received her degree, Mar 1869, Women’s Med. Col. of PA in Philadelphia. Their only child Joseph Harris (Jr.) was b. Kansas City, Mo., 7 Jul 1882. His father died in KC (1885). He was left in KC with a nanny and (likely Hill) families. At age 16, Joe Jr. biked 1700 miles over mountains and deserts to Fresno and on to a Hill Family in Lemoore, CA. There he met Maude Buttercup Hill and married her in Fresno, 21 Oct 1902. After Birdie was born in Fresno, Joe and Maude migrated northward to Washington. There their three other children were born: Alma Evelyn, James Joseph, and Robert William. Eight chapters of text tell stories of these principals, illustrated with 36 figures. Three appendices complete the book.< Less
American Idols: Reaching the Starbucks Generation By mark mason
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The 'Starbucks Generation' is our generation. A people steeped in idolatry and materialism yet suffering from epic levels of depression and low self esteem; a generation starving for the... More > supernatural and searching for truth. Drawing from the Apostle Paul's effectiveness on Mars Hill, this book will help pastors, church leaders and all Christians take the fear and complexity out of "witnessing" our faith. Many more lives can be changed if we will follow the Holy Spirit and stop trying to legislate morality. It is time to quit spending kingdom dollars litigating over crosses standing in public parks when we should be wearing them on our backs. It is time to 'challenge the system on every front' and return to true Christianity- loving God, loving people and loving life.< Less
Adolescent Imaginations: The Magic Within By Suomynona Cigam
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Magical Realism stories by English II Honors students at MECHS in Mars Hill, NC.
Adolescent Imaginations: The Magic Within By Suomynona Cigam
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Hard back version of Magical Realism compilation of stories by students from Madison Early College High School in Mars Hill, NC
Schlock Bi-Monthly: Volume 2, Issue 2 By Rogue Planet Press
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A HAUNTING on the hill leads to the disintegration of a local teacher’s personality in Abingdon’s Calling by MS Swift. Another voice from beyond the grave can be heard in social media in... More > Gary Murphy’s The Online Dead. The narrator of our next story is also haunted, this time by The Woman on the Sidewalk, in a story by Gregory KH Bryant, whose serial The Caves of Mars reached Part Eleven elsewhere in this issue. Moving on from ghosts to the occult, we are cordially invited to a Wizard Con in Walter G Esselman’s comic fantasy tale, and also we encounter Merita King’s Witch of Pleasford Dale. —Gavin Chappell< Less
The Unknown Quantity : A Book of Romance and Some Half-Told Tales (Illustrated) By Henry Van Dyke
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“There is a chain of little lakes—a necklace of lost jewels—lying in the forest that clothes the blue Laurentian Mountains in the Province of Quebec. Each of these hidden lakes has... More > its own character and therefore its own charm. One is bright and friendly, with wooded hills around it, and silver beaches, and red berries of the rowan-tree fringing the shores. Another is sombre and lonely, set in a circle of dark firs and larches, with sighing, trembling reeds along the bank. Another is only a round bowl of crystal water, the colour of an aquamarine, transparent and joyful as the sudden smile on the face of a child. Another is surrounded by fire-scarred mountains, and steep cliffs frown above it, and the shores are rough with fallen fragments of rock; it seems as if the setting of this jewel had been marred and broken in battle, but the gem itself shines tranquilly amid the ruin, and the lichens paint the rocks, and the new woods spring bright green upon the mountains.< Less