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the january project: stories, poems and a postcard plumbed from the depths of cape fear history By craig m. rogers
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Twelve Months, Twelve Stories. A collection of stories, poems and dreams resurrected from the depths of Cape Fear history, each story deriving its tone and style from the month of its... More > creation. April, a breathless love story launched from the shipyards of the Second World War. August, a vision of the infamous Boucan Room during the tumultuous uproar of the Reagan era. And on and on, through the beaches and pine wilderness, from sunset downtown to strife on the docks, the people and communities that have relentlessly swept through this corner of the world, into the presence of this immortal river, the Cape Fear.< Less
Craig Kucia - authors wrote of places i had never seen By Melvin Art Gallery Florida Southern College
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This catalogue, “authors wrote of places i had never seen,” showcases the work of the artist, Craig Kucia for an exhibition held in the Melvin Gallery at Florida Southern College from... More > January 11 through February 14, 2008.< Less
Extraterrestrial Odyssey By Roger Kvande
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As a Field Investigator with the Mutual UFO Network, Craig R. Lang initially met the witness, Roger Kvande, who described his encounters. These unique encounters, which will boggle your mind, are... More > described as the primary material in this book. “April 22, 1966 - An orange sphere was seen flying over the coast of Portugal at nine PM local time. At 3:30 PM CDT - within an hour of the sighting in Portugal - a flying saucer flew down the main street of Bagley, MN at a low altitude, jumped over a school bus and landed on the outskirts of town. Four beings of small stature got out of the UFO, seemed to do some work, got back in and took off. ” This book is the story of Roger Kvande aboard the craft, and his life as an abductee. By William McNeff, Roger Kvande and Craig R. Lang< Less
1000 Facts about James Bond By James Egan
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Dr. No was supposed to be a monkey. Christian Bale turned down the role of James Bond because he had "already played a serial killer." The actor who plays Goldfinger was a Nazi. There isn't... More > a single American actor in Skyfall. The car flip in Casino Royale was achieved using an air cannon. Anthony Hopkins was cast as the villain of Tomorrow Never Dies. He quit after three days. Although Roger Moore played James Bond in seven films, he has a severe phobia of guns. The villain of Die Another Day is based on Richard Branson. Q's real name is Geoffrey Boothroyd. Quentin Tarantino nearly directed Casino Royale. He would've cast Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman in significant roles. The main villain from Quantum of Solace is based on Tony Blair. Sean Connery wears a wig in every Bond film.< Less
The 1988 San Francisco 49ers By Arne Christensen
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A comprehensive guide to the 1988 San Francisco 49ers, the team that ended Bill Walsh's NFL coaching career by winning the franchise's third Super Bowl. This e-book includes game summaries, quotes,... More > and full box scores for each of the 49ers' 19 games over the regular season and playoffs. Relive everything from the stunning 78-yard Jerry Rice touchdown to beat the Giants in the Meadowlands on September 11 to The Drive that beat the Bengals. A set of three closing essays discusses Coach Walsh and the Young vs. Montana quarterback controversy. Kevin Lynch, 49ers reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, called this "a fantastic body of work. . . . ['88] was my first year covering the team and the memories came flooding back."< Less
The 1984 San Francisco 49ers By Arne Christensen
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A comprehensive guide to the 1984 San Francisco 49ers, probably the best team in franchise history, going 18-1 and routing the Dolphins to win the Super Bowl. Includes game summaries, full box scores... More > for all regular season and playoff games, and a full play-by-play for the Super Bowl at Stanford. Also, a closing essay considers the claim of this team to being the best NFL team ever. Bryan, the operator of the 49ers Paradise website, said "I really enjoyed the read. It's very detailed, and a great way to re-live some of the Golden Years." My other e-books covering the '81 and '88 49ers are also available here on Lulu.< Less
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Beauty Is. . .Alisha Hoover? By Marilyn Lee
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A Plain Jane Gets Her Man. Craig Rogers never considered himself a knight in shining armor. However, when Alisha Hoover overhears several of their co-workers discussing her slime chances of landing... More > a date for the company picnic, he feels compelled to ask her out. His attempt at chivalry quickly backfires. One date with the seemingly plain and shy Alisha forces him to rethink what makes a woman beautiful, sexy, and irresistible to the opposite sex.< Less
Carved In Stone By Kenneth Teicher
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Machu Picchu, high in the Peruvian Andes, is the setting for the third book in the Erin and Craig series. Teaming up with noted archaeologist, Professor Roger Williams, the dig continues despite the... More > protests of the locals who believe it is violating their ancestors' holy ground. Acts of sabotage escalate to the point that the Peruvian army is sent in. But the work continues despite the danger, and the team ultimately makes the discovery of a lifetime. However, before they can examine their exciting find, the roof of the cave they are working in collapses, burying Roger and their unbelievable discovery under tons of rubble. Recuperating in a hospital bed after nearly being killed herself, Erin babbles on about the pictures she's taken of the find - or was it all a dream? And, can it be recovered before time runs out...< Less
Ye of Little Faith By Rog Phillips
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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: Roger Phillips Graham (1909-1965) was an American science fiction... More > writer who most often wrote under the name Rog Phillips, but also used other names. Although of his other pseudonyms only Craig Browning is notable in the genre. He is most associated with Amazing Stories and is best known for short fiction. He was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Novelette in 1959. "The Yellow Pill" Excerpt from:< Less