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The Stones of the West By M.T. Kurilko
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This is a book about a mysterious mythology named Solfurous Mythology. The story itself is about a 12-year-old boy named Zach and his 13-year-old cousin Emily. These to are "the chosen... More > ones" since they are born from a magical bloodline and powerful ancestors. They must stop the evil dark wizard named the "evil old man" from destroying the earth by bringing back the most fierce monsters and villains from the afterlife. On their journey, they will have to practice a lot and face many conflicts, but the prophecy says they will eventually defeat the evil dark wizard. No one knows what will happen to this two, but if you would like to figure out, I would recommend getting the book and following Zach and Emily's Journey.< Less
The Black West By GWANDINE
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The Black West is a short graphic novel regarding a parable of the old west. It features a cowboy named Tarkemillian who is moseying along the trail until he finds his destiny. Storyline,... More > illustration, colorization, and graphics are the creative works of Gwandine.< Less
East to West By Milos Subotincic
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82 year-old Milos traveling as a backpacker gave us a refreshing, intimate and highly vivid account on what he witnessed and felt. The journey began in Tokyo and lead him all the way to the... More > Bosphorus Straight. His driving interest was history and cultures. Through Japan (Tokyo-Kyoto-Nara-Hiroshima-Fukuoka-Dazaifu-Nagasaki-Shimonoseki) - to South Korea (Busan-Gyeongju-Andong-Samcheok-Gangneung-Seoul-Incheon-Mui Do-Demilitarized Zone-Panmunjom-Sokcho) - via Siberian train (Vladivostok-Khabarovsk-Irkutsk-Baikal Lake-Krasnoyarsk-Tomsk-Yekaterinburg-Moscow-St. Petersburg) - onto Poland (Warsaw-Krakow-Auschwitz-Birkenau) to Prague - and finally to Istanbul. If you are interested in this part of the world this 216 page book (fully illustrated) is a must have.< Less
East to West By Milos Subotincic
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82 year-old Milos traveling as a backpacker gave us a refreshing, intimate and highly vivid account on what he witnessed and felt. The journey began in Tokyo and lead him all the way to the... More > Bosphorus Straight. His driving interest was history and cultures. Through Japan (Tokyo-Kyoto-Nara-Hiroshima-Fukuoka-Dazaifu-Nagasaki-Shimonoseki) - to South Korea (Busan-Gyeongju-Andong-Samcheok-Gangneung-Seoul-Incheon-Mui Do-Demilitarized Zone-Panmunjom-Sokcho) - via Siberian train (Vladivostok-Khabarovsk-Irkutsk-Baikal Lake-Krasnoyarsk-Tomsk-Yekaterinburg-Moscow-St. Petersburg) - onto Poland (Warsaw-Krakow-Auschwitz-Birkenau) to Prague - and finally to Istanbul. If you are interested in this part of the world this 216 page book (fully illustrated) is a must have.< Less
The Cabin in the West By Jeff Arnold
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The Cabin in the West is a collection of short stories set in New Mexico in different historical eras. 'Agatha', tells of a country boy after the Civil War and his friendship for the town’s... More > ‘black sheep’ in the late 1860s. 'Concord' is an 1875 story of a stagecoach and the discord among its passengers. 'Art' features an artistic town Marshal in the 1880s and 'Navajo Frank' is ‘a story in six drinks’ told by an old timer in a bar. 'The Barber and the Whiskey Priest' is a tale of thwarted love and 'The Cabin in the West', the title story, tells of a siege. Both are set in the 1890s. 'Black Country' is about the son of a Santa Fe judge at the turn of the century and how he comes to grief, while with 'Taking a Chance' we are in 1915 with screen cowboy Tom Mix. 'Tag Out' is a Chandleresque detective story and the book ends with 'Dawn', about a fading rock star in the 1990s. The stories, though different one from the other, share themes of individualism, courage and love of the New Mexico landscape.< Less
The Cabin in the West By Jeff Arnold
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The Cabin in the West is a collection of short stories set in New Mexico in different historical eras. 'Agatha', tells of a country boy after the Civil War and his friendship for the town’s... More > ‘black sheep’ in the late 1860s. 'Concord' is an 1875 story of a stagecoach and the discord among its passengers. 'Art' features an artistic town Marshal in the 1880s and 'Navajo Frank' is ‘a story in six drinks’ told by an old timer in a bar. 'The Barber and the Whiskey Priest' is a tale of thwarted love and 'The Cabin in the West', the title story, tells of a siege. Both are set in the 1890s. 'Black Country' is about the son of a Santa Fe judge at the turn of the century and how he comes to grief, while with 'Taking a Chance' we are in 1915 with screen cowboy Tom Mix. 'Tag Out' is a Chandleresque detective story and the book ends with 'Dawn', about a fading rock star in the 1990s. The stories, though different one from the other, share themes of individualism, courage and love of the New Mexico landscape.< Less
West of Yesterday By Lena Donellan
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Arizona, 1888. To a grieving man, he's a murderer; to an abused boy, he's a savior. Animosity, tragedy and secrecy have trailed Alan Bledsoe since childhood and are closing in on him with savage... More > hunger as he runs from the memory of a horror he didn't intend. When, on a short passage through Tucson, he rescues a battered fourteen-year-old boy from the prison of a barn, Alan thinks he's seeking justice and not companionship. But when Alan's cover suddenly disintegrates in the town of Ayer and prison bars frame his life a second time, the boy stays at his side with a willpower stronger than the path of darkness behind Alan, as well as the one still ahead. Throughout Alan's painful encounters with enemies, doubting men, and his own memories as all wrestle to decide his fate, everyone but the boy fails to realize that the greatest choice to be made lies in Alan's shackled hands alone. Recommended audience high school & older (violence).< Less
The Old Man Died, but Now He Lives: Dreams & Visions By Bill West
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The Old Man Died, but Now He Lives is a collection of dreams and visions compiled by the man who experienced them, Bill West. Together the testimonies provide the heritage of the Hiram, GA, resident... More > as he navigates spiritual re-birth, relationships and Waffle House, all while spreading God's Word. Bill says, “After my life changing encounter with Jesus, my first thought was I will not tell anyone what happened, but I could not hold it in. God lit a fire, and I could not put it out.” Bill invites his readers to e-mail comments and prayer requests to billwestfruitsofthespirit@comcast.net.< Less
The Lost Empire: Black Freemasonry in the Old West (1867-1906) By James Morgan
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This book tells the history of African American Freemasonry in the Old West as seen through the lens of Captain William D. Matthews and the King Solomon Grand Lodge of Kansas.
The Lost Empire: Black Freemasonry in the Old West (1867-1906) By James Morgan
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This book tells the history of African American Freemasonry in the Old West as seen through the lens of Captain William D. Matthews and the King Solomon Grand Lodge of Kansas.

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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