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The Old Man By Jean Carver
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Post WW I, set in the coal mining fields of West Virginia, this is the story of a family living in a coal camp. Adam, a hermit living alone, is shunned by his neighbors and befriended by a five year... More > old child. Children begin to disappear, little girls under the age of ten years old. Adam is blamed for the predations and people are feeling frustrated and angry with law enforcement.< Less
The Old Man By Jean Carver
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Post WW I, set in the coal mining fields of West Virginia, this is the story of a family living in a coal camp. Adam, a hermit living alone, is shunned by his neighbors and befriended by a five year... More > old child. Children begin to disappear, little girls under the age of ten years old. Adam is blamed for the predations and people are feeling frustrated and angry with law enforcement.< Less
The Old Man By Jean Carver
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Post WW I, set in the coal mining fields of West Virginia, this is the story of a family living in a coal camp. Adam, a hermit living alone, is shunned by his neighbors and befriended by a five year... More > old child. Children begin to disappear, little girls under the age of ten years old. Adam is blamed for the predations and people are feeling frustrated and angry with law enforcement.< Less
The Old Man By Jean Carver
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Post WW I, set in the coal mining fields of West Virginia, this is the story of a family living in a coal camp. Adam, a hermit living alone, is shunned by his neighbors and befriended by a five year... More > old child. Children begin to disappear, little girls under the age of ten years old. Adam is blamed for the predations and people are feeling frustrated and angry with law enforcement.< Less
The Old Man By Jean Carver
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Post WW I, Set in the coal mining fields of West Virginia, this is the story of a family living in a coal camp. Adam, a hermit living alone is shunned by his neighbors and befriended by a five year... More > old child. Children begin to disappear, little girls under the age of ten years. Adam is blamed for the predations and people are feeling frustrated and angry with law enforcement.< Less
The Old Man By Jean Carver
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Post WW I, Set in the coal mining fields of West Virginia, this is the story of a family living in a coal camp. Adam, a hermit living alone is shunned by his neighbors and befriended by a five year... More > old child. Children begin to disappear, little girls under the age of ten years. Adam is blamed for the predations and people are feeling frustrated and angry with law enforcement.< Less
The Old Fort By Kathi McCarthy
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"The OLD FORT" - Reprint of the 1889 book “The Old Fort, Carleton Island in the Revolution” written by Major James H. Durham, a West Point Graduate and Civil War Veteran. After... More > moving to Cape Vincent in the late 1870’s he became interested in the ruins on Carleton Island and the group of stone chimneys on the bluff above its north bay. They were enclosed in a massive earthwork that provided an outline of a large military fort with its barracks and magazines. People had different ideas about when and who actually built the fort. He undertook the writing of the Old Fort to clarify the island’s names and to identify the fort’s builders and its history. Introduction by Kathryn C. McCarthy< Less
The Old Bakehouse By Daphne Neville
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There is much idle chatter in the seaside village of Pentrillick, for word has broken that Joseph Percival Williams, the village’s erstwhile baker and oldest inhabitant, is dead. When... More > sexagenarian twin sisters Lottie and Hetty hear the news, Lottie’s first though is that, should it be sold, the Old Bakehouse might be a suitable home for her son, Bill, and his family currently living up-country. Over the ensuing weeks, details of the old baker’s will are brought to light and inevitably several people arrive in the village hopeful of receiving a share of his legacy, but no-one foresees the dark secrets that will come to light as the history of his life is exposed. ‘The Old Bakehouse’ is a light-hearted mystery and the fifth book in the Pentrillick Cornish Mystery Series set on the south coast of West Cornwall.< Less
Go Thee West By Leigh Grant
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Amish weddings are usually in the fall after the harvest season. But a young couple, Horst and Sarah, sanctioned by the church and community, were married in the spring. Their families want them to... More > leave Pennsylvania to get away from the impending war, and head for Oregon. It’s the spring of 1863, and the United Sates is in the middle of the Civil War. The trials and challenges of their journey west, seeking the safety of Oregon, bring the young couple closer together. Events that happen along the trail change their lives and the lives of all they meet. Will they make it to Oregon? A seventeen year old Ponca boy, Two Clouds, from the Ponca nation in Nebraska Territory, is raised with the same moral and compassionate nature as the newly married Pennsylvanians. Four men whose trail is filled with murder and thievery eventually bring these young people together. The young lives are filled with joy and tragedy, and the web that weaves their destiny will change their lives forever.< Less
Head West! Issue Two By Ben Bridges
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Issue Two of Piccadilly Publishing's HEAD WEST! magazine contains a variety of articles, features and stories devoted to the western genre. We have fiction from J T Edson, Ray Hogan, Neil Hunter and... More > Tony Masero, a look at the western genre in Germany, courtesy of Alfred Wallon, Linda Pendleton's intriguing history of the California Gold Rush, plus author profiles of Laurence James, Peter McCurtin and Marshall Grover. Over 100 pages, fully illustrated throughout ... it's a magazine no serious western fan can be without!< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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