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Wacousta : a tale of the Pontiac conspiracy (Complete) By Major (John) Richardson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: John Richardson (4 October 1796 – 12 May 1852) was a... More > British Army officer and the first Canadian-born novelist to achieve international recognition.Richardson was born at Queenston, Ontario on the Niagara River in 1796. His mother Madelaine was the daughter of the fur trader John Askin and an Ottawa woman. His father Dr. Robert Richardson was a surgeon with the Queen's Rangers. As a young boy he lived for a time with his grandparents in Detroit and later with his parents at Fort Malden, Amherstburg. His time living at Fort Malden and the Town of Amherstbrug had by the far most profound impact of any area on his literature and his life.At the age of 16 he enlisted as a gentleman volunteer with the British 41st Foot. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Richardson_(author)< Less
The White Rose of Memphis By William C. (Clark) Falkner
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Clark Falkner (July 6, 1825 or 1826 – November 6,... More > 1889) was a soldier, lawyer, politician, businessman, and author in northern Mississippi. He is most notable for the influence he had on the work of his great-grandson, author William Faulkner.Although born in Knox County, Tennessee, Falkner lived with his family in Ste. Genevieve, Missouri and Pontotoc, Mississippi before settling at the age of 17 in Ripley, Tippah County, Mississippi. He served in the Mexican-American War and, when the American Civil War broke out, he raised a company of men and was made colonel in the Second Mississippi Infantry of the Confederate Army. Later, he was demoted in an election of officers; he subsequently formed a unit known as the 1st Mississippi Partisan Rangers. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Clark_Falkner< Less
HOPE AND THE ISLAND OF GREATNESS By Sammy Hoe
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Hope, the son of Limitation and Mediocre begins his journey to the Island called Greatness. Uncle Doubt stands on his way, as well as Limitation his mother. His home in Happy-Go-Lucky town is the... More > worst of all, called the Dilapidation dwellingplace. Hope was like a lone ranger who wants to leave his town and get to the Island of Greatness by all means. The hurters in the Hurt huts would not let him be; how shall he escape the distractions of the Flirts in the Flirts' flats and the Flatterer's flats too? What did Mr. Cheat and his cousins, Conceit and Deceit did to Hope in the Duplicity duplex? What about the castrated giants living in the Castration castle? Lots more! But Hope has his consolation with old Father Sage who lives in the Dotage cottage, else he would have lost his life to the torture of Mr. Oppressor, the Garment of Torment, Hammer of Harm, Attire of Satire, and so on. Let's see how it all happens!< Less
The Vignettes of Jod - An American Story By Joel Allen Havard
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The story of an American son born in the 30s, a fiery lad, the second of four brothers separated in an orphan home following the death of their mother and confinement of their father in Huntsville... More > for life. When the promise the boys will be kept together is broken, his humiliation at feeling rejected by family turns to anger at those trying to rule his life and he evades adoption, running off at every opportunity. Sent to Clear Lake reformatory, he observes a condition he cannot accept and is more determined to be the authority governing his life. Encouraged by a friend who teaches him the skills for survival, he finally gets the opportunity to break free to survive on his own. Honing his skills in survival by observing those special people he meets along the way, his life is a unique adventure with his faithful companions, Little Red and Ranger, on the back roads and byways of America. In search of his place in the world, he lives with the hope of bringing four brothers together again one day.< Less
Wacousta : a tale of the Pontiac conspiracy -- Volume 1 By Major (John) Richardson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: John Richardson (4 October 1796 – 12 May 1852) was a... More > British Army officer and the first Canadian-born novelist to achieve international recognition.Richardson was born at Queenston, Ontario on the Niagara River in 1796. His mother Madelaine was the daughter of the fur trader John Askin and an Ottawa woman. His father Dr. Robert Richardson was a surgeon with the Queen's Rangers. As a young boy he lived for a time with his grandparents in Detroit and later with his parents at Fort Malden, Amherstburg. His time living at Fort Malden and the Town of Amherstbrug had by the far most profound impact of any area on his literature and his life.At the age of 16 he enlisted as a gentleman volunteer with the British 41st Foot. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Richardson_(author)< Less
Wacousta : a tale of the Pontiac conspiracy -- Volume 3 By Major (John) Richardson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: John Richardson (4 October 1796 – 12 May 1852) was a... More > British Army officer and the first Canadian-born novelist to achieve international recognition.Richardson was born at Queenston, Ontario on the Niagara River in 1796. His mother Madelaine was the daughter of the fur trader John Askin and an Ottawa woman. His father Dr. Robert Richardson was a surgeon with the Queen's Rangers. As a young boy he lived for a time with his grandparents in Detroit and later with his parents at Fort Malden, Amherstburg. His time living at Fort Malden and the Town of Amherstbrug had by the far most profound impact of any area on his literature and his life.At the age of 16 he enlisted as a gentleman volunteer with the British 41st Foot. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Richardson_(author)< Less
White Bear Clan "Tanner Oaks" By Will Welton
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Action packed western of the 1890’s where the old adage was one Ranger could handle any job. When any law enforcement person pin their badge on they are putting their life on the line for you... More > and me. These are individuals that want to help the people of our great nation and help to keep the laws of our land. They bring justice for everyone and even though it may seem that they aren’t doing their jobs, at times, they are the only thing standing between the criminals of this world and you and me. Tanner Oaks (Ta Noaks) was a full blood Comanche Indian. His band of Comanche tribes men were the first on the Fort Sill reservation. Tanner Oaks received a white mans education at Fort Sill Indian Territory Of Oklahoma and was sent to a college in Tennessee for his education of higher learning. When he returned to the reservation, finding his people starving to death from bad food or no food furnished by the agency, he took his immediate family that was still alive and headed west.< Less
White Bear Clan "Tanner Oaks" By Will Welton
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Action packed western of the 1890’s where the old adage was one Ranger could handle any job. When any law enforcement person pin their badge on they are putting their life on the line for you... More > and me. These are individuals that want to help the people of our great nation and help to keep the laws of our land. They bring justice for everyone and even though it may seem that they aren’t doing their jobs, at times, they are the only thing standing between the criminals of this world and you and me. Tanner Oaks (Ta Noaks) was a full blood Comanche Indian. His band of Comanche tribes men were the first on the Fort Sill reservation. Tanner Oaks received a white mans education at Fort Sill Indian Territory Of Oklahoma and was sent to a college in Tennessee for his education of higher learning. When he returned to the reservation, finding his people starving to death from bad food or no food furnished by the agency, he took his immediate family that was still alive and headed west.< Less
Camp Birchbark...1963 By Scott Stickney
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Jake Warren is a profoundly gifted, 11-year-old misfit who lives outside the Adirondack Park in Malone, New York. In the summer of 1963, after the sudden death of his father, Jake’s mother... More > sends him to camp in the heart of the Adirondack Park where he befriends three campers who are misfits in their own homes and schools as well. Penny Dausch, the 11-year-old daughter of an Adirondack Park Ranger and granddaughter of an Adirondack Guide, excels in art and history and has recently been inspired by Rachel Carson’s 1962 publication, Silent Spring, to save the environment for future generations while Ty Williams, the 11-year-old son of SUNY at Albany English professors, is gifted in English and speaks two other languages. Add 9-year-old Quinn Miller, who is already studying calculus and plays violin in local, regional and national competitions, and you have a quartet caught between childhood (age-wise) and adulthood (intellect-wise) that will make the typical summer camp experience anything but typical.< Less
Demons Shemons By K.B. Draper
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Most people come home with a window sticker, a shot glass, or a bottle opener cleverly disguised as a key chain from their summer vacations, but not AJ. She drunkenly stumbled into a sacred Native... More > American Indian ritual and accidentally inherited an ancient hunter spirit. Now AJ, Norm (the hunter spirit), and Danny, Norm’s rightful heir, wander the country fighting demons that escape from Hell to enjoy this world’s lavish all-you-can-eat soul buffet. A national park in Mississippi is the next stop on their traveling shit show because someone or something (spoiler alert: it’s totally a demon) is killing residents of a nearby small town. But demons aren’t the only thing AJ and Danny have to contend with this go around. Throw in a self-righteous, holier-than-thou reverend, his dick-for-brains son, a not-so-sure-what-side-of-the-law-she’s-on sheriff and a super-sexy, do-jiggly-things-to-your-naughty-bits park ranger and well, AJ just might find herself in a battle that she’s not prepared for ... love.< Less

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