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The Hounds of Harujin: Volume I By Jason Shannon
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First, there was Attila. He was a Mongol, who wandered in from the east, and took up the sword for gold, girls and glory. Then came Genghis. He was a Mongol, who made graveyards of China and the... More > Middle East and left his seed in half the women of Eurasia. Then came Tamerlane. He was a Mongol, that butchered from India to the shores of Europe, and terrified the Middle East for a half millennium with his curse.... Then came Harujin, who, on the crest of an energy crisis and economic collapse, raised his scimitar like a standard, and charged his horses outwards from Mongolia to usher in the new world epoch.... In Australia, the khan’s nephew is assassinated by roadside phantoms. But the khan is more concerned with the chests of his concubines than with Australian dissidence or family outrage. The Mad Queen of Queensland is livid at the death of her son; as the tensions come to a head, the khan is forced to reach out to his estranged son, and bring him back from a Buddhist monastery to solve a murder....< Less
A Children's History of the World By Dylan M. Williams
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A fast-paced mystery that combines modern-day action with ancient Mesopotamian intrigue. Half a dozen children born on the same day eighteen months ago all begin speaking an ancient language that... More > hasn't been spoken for two thousand years. But it is what they are saying that is truly puzzling - between them they possess a history of the entire world since the rise of the Babylonian Empire. An Australian archaeologist, his American journalist wife, and his university professor, embark on a journey that takes them all around the globe - including Madagascar, Sweden, Mongolia, America, Syria, Turkey and Australia - to find the children and get to the bottom of the mystery. Along the way they are pursued by a shadowy government agency, struggle to survive as the forces of nature seem to conspire against them and encounter a NASA scientist whose discoveries lead them to the realisation that they are involved in something with consequences far more deadly than they could ever have imagined.< Less
A Children's History of the World By Dylan M. Williams
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A fast-paced mystery that combines modern-day action with ancient Mesopotamian intrigue. Half a dozen children born on the same day eighteen months ago all begin speaking an ancient language that... More > hasn’t been spoken for two thousand years. But it is what they are saying that is truly puzzling – between them they possess a history of the entire world since the rise of the Babylonian Empire. An Australian archaeologist, his American journalist wife, and his university professor, embark on a journey that takes them all around the globe – including Madagascar, Sweden, Mongolia, America, Syria, Turkey and Australia - to find the children and get to the bottom of the mystery. Along the way they are pursued by a shadowy government agency, struggle to survive as the forces of nature seem to conspire against them and encounter a NASA scientist whose discoveries lead them to the realisation that they are involved in something with consequences far more deadly than they could ever have imagined.< Less
Molot By Leo Salter
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Born in Siberia in 1922 and brought up by Sofiya and Alexei in Moscow during the Stalinist terror, Molot is an honest man who sacrifices his humanity to survive. He fought in Mongolia, lived amongst... More > the Mongolian tribes, took part in the slaughter of the Winter War in Finland, faced the German invasion in the Ukraine and was with the Russian delegation at Nuremberg. His first love was a shaman and his wife was a whore; when he left her he fell in love again and forever. Molot’s story is interwoven with that of his grandson Gunther the head of Sofiya’s criminal empire. As befits the young Achilles, Gunther’s story is full of lust and killing as he travels from the Crimea to Tokyo, Berlin, Paris, and Chechnya. This is Book Three of Pathways to Revenge. Expect Book Four before spring 2013.< Less
Isabella - The Jade Warrior By M. Anthony Phillips
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An ancient Jade Amulet, a beautiful American girl with Asian ancestries, and a Celestrial dragon go on an exotic adventure to the Far East to find the dragon’s lost mate before another team... More > gets there first. Join Isabella Treehorn, her brother Kaelyn, Uncle Titus, and the crazy Witch Grace with the dragon Tianlong as they race against time to find Ling Ling, Tianlong’s mate in the frozen regions of Mongolia and the Himalayas. Isabella is a simple girl of twelve with mixed heritage and who has trouble fitting in her school. Her mother on her death bed gives Isabella a family heirloom, a Jade stone amulet with unbelievable powers of Chi and telepathy. But with that fortune the necklace also brings death to every other generation of the Treehorn women dating back to her ancestors in the Ming Dynasty period. Ancient Demons the Lords of Death put a curse on the first princess for her wicked ways and have killed off most of the princess’s descendents.< Less
Diplomatic Discourse By Justin Schuster & Eric Stern
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Throughout the summer of 2013, The Politic—Yale University's Undergraduate Political Journal—created Diplomatic Discourse, a collection of over 100 interviews with United States... More > Ambassadors, examining careers in the Foreign Service and contemporary issues facing American policy overseas. More than 50 Yale students conducted interviews over the telephone, via Skype and email, and in person at embassies worldwide. From France to Fiji, Mongolia to Mexico, Haiti to the Holy See, these are the stories of the men and women on the frontlines of American foreign policy. Since 1947, The Politic has provided an outlet for the politically inclined on Yale’s campus with past Editors including Fareed Zakaria, Gideon Rose and Robert Kagan. The Politic features long-form, investigative articles focusing on topics of domestic and international significance and interviews with the world's foremost public servants, policy makers and intellectuals, including President Obama, President Ford, Secretary Kerry, and many more.< Less
2019 Travel & Landscape Photography Calendar By Conor MacNeill
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Now in its seventh year, see the world like you've never seen it before with this travel & landscape photography calendar! Conor MacNeill (@thefella) takes you around the world with his fine-art... More > travel and landscape photography, from the mountains of southern Mongolia, to castles of Austria. Other stunning photography scenes include The Faroe Islands, the USA, Norway, Kenya, Sweden, Canada, Italy, and Morocco. This calendar features currently unpublished photos by Conor, so here's your chance to see them first! Conor is a professional fine-art destination and landscape photographer with a special interest in travel, cityscape & astrophotography. He has travelled everywhere from the Arctic regions to the Southern African deserts and from the West Coast of America to the Far East. His clients include Lonely Planet, what3words, BBC, Nikon, Adobe, Guardian Travel, and numerous tourism boards.< Less
Ludo's Wilderness By IM DeRose
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The story of a born adventurer from the Netherlands and his lifelong quest to become a missionary to China. With unyielding determination, Fr Ludo pursued his dream through the battlefields of Europe... More > during WWII and straight into the face of China's "Cultural Revolution" where is was not a good place to be a Westerner - especially a Catholic priest. Communist radicals pursued Fr Ludo onto the last open runway in Peking where a military transport awaited the gentle priest under a hail of enemy fire. Fr Ludo accepted his fate into the turbulent skies over China with the same nonchalance he would display donning his priestly vestments preparing for The Sacrament. From trekking across Europe and the Steppes of Mongolia to occupying a drafty lean-to makeshift rectory during -50 F weather in Canada, and confronting heavily armed Penitentes in New Mexico, Father Ludo faced incredible challenges, not the least of which emanating from The Church itself.< Less
Hunger - The Photographs of Jeremy Hogan By Jeremy Hogan
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Photographs and words by photographer Jeremy Hogan. Hunger is a Journey to find the real in a post-modern world. Photographer Jeremy Hogan, the son of a Vietnam Veteran, began making photographs at... More > the age of 14. His introduction to photography was the beginning of a journey which would take him around the world. Years later, he edited the photos from his many journeys and culled words from journals to create this book which explores one of the central themes in the history of photography - do images tell the truth and what truths do they tell? Are documentary photographs objective records of fact or are they something more? Hunger starts with the reality of the Vietnam War's consequences on the photographer's father, the son of Arkansas sharecroppers, and takes off from there to explore themes as disparate as punks, Tibetans, war protests, Mongolia, Belarus, Nicaragua, suburbia and Generation X.< Less
Hunger - The Photographs of Jeremy Hogan By Jeremy Hogan
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Photographs and words by photographer Jeremy Hogan. Hunger is a Journey to find the real in a post-modern world. Photographer Jeremy Hogan, the son of a Vietnam Veteran, began making photographs at... More > the age of 14. His introduction to photography was the beginning of a journey which would take him around the world. Years later, he edited the photos from his many journeys and culled words from journals to create this book which explores one of the central themes in the history of photography - do images tell the truth and what truths do they tell? Are documentary photographs objective records of fact or are they something more? Hunger starts with the reality of the Vietnam War's consequences on the photographer's father, the son of Arkansas sharecroppers, and takes off from there to explore themes as disparate as punks, Tibetans, war protests, Mongolia, Belarus, Nicaragua, suburbia and Generation X.< Less

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