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The Duke Is Dead: Kingsblood Book One By Ankaret Wells & Irene Headley
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It is seven years since the Cousins' War ended. King Roald has brought peace to the Three Kingdoms and driven the last heirs of the king he deposed into exile. His brother Thomas, Duke of Wharram, is... More > a man for whom loyalty is the greatest virtue and family the highest cause. So when his sister Josiane, Duchess of Bergomance, finds herself widowed, her beloved stepdaughter Ambrosia beleaguered by suitors and her late husband's coffers mysteriously empty, who better to send than Thomas? But the ghosts of old wars are waiting in Bergomance, and new threats are rising. Some see heresy everywhere, and others look to an Empire in the east that has suddenly begun seeking allies. And into it all, a ship driven off course by storms brings a young man fleeing King Roald's mercenaries and throws him into Thomas's path. Nicolas ás Ithel, a man with dark eyes and a love of numbers, and an inheritance in his veins that could reignite the Cousins' War. Kingsblood.< Less
The Duke Is Dead: Kingsblood Book One By Ankaret Wells & Irene Headley
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It is seven years since the Cousins' War ended. King Roald has brought peace to the Three Kingdoms and driven the last heirs of the king he deposed into exile. His brother Thomas, Duke of Wharram, is... More > a man for whom loyalty is the greatest virtue and family the highest cause. So when his sister Josiane, Duchess of Bergomance, finds herself widowed, her beloved stepdaughter Ambrosia beleaguered by suitors and her late husband's coffers mysteriously empty, who better to send than Thomas? But the ghosts of old wars are waiting in Bergomance, and new threats are rising. Some see heresy everywhere, and others look to an Empire in the east that has suddenly begun seeking allies. And into it all, a ship driven off course by storms brings a young man fleeing King Roald's mercenaries and throws him into Thomas's path. Nicolas ás Ithel, a man with dark eyes and a love of numbers, and an inheritance in his veins that could reignite the Cousins' War.< Less
1000 Facts about Animated Shows Vol. 2 By James Egan
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Skeletor was cut from He-Man in France because he was too scary. Lois from Family Guy has had eight children. Marceline from Adventure Time has a fear of celery. Steven Spielberg thinks Rugrats is... More > one of the best cartoons ever. Homer Simpson’s voice is the most popular GPS voice. Tom Cruise was meant to play Captain Planet. Tim Curry was meant to play the Joker in the Batman cartoon but was considered too scary. Spider-Man was banned in Hong Kong. Mickey Mouse has a brother… who is a rabbit. Bugs Bunny got his name by accident. Tom and Jerry has won seven Oscars. Beast was only meant to appear in a few episodes of X-Men. Winnie the Pooh was originally called Edward.< Less
The Moving Finger By E. Phillips (Edward Phillips) Oppenheim
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The Moving Finger is a detective fiction novel by Agatha Christie, first published in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company in July 1942 and in UK by the Collins Crime Club in June 1943 The US edition... More > retailed at $2.00 and the UK edition at seven shillings and sixpence (7/6).The Burtons, brother and sister, arrive in a small village, soon receiving an anonymous letter accusing them of being lovers, not siblings. They are not the only ones in the village to receive such vile letters. A prominent resident is found dead with one such letter found next to her. This novel features the elderly detective Miss Marple in a relatively minor role, "a little old lady sleuth who doesn't seem to do much". Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Moving_Finger Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Anabasis, The March Up Country: The Epic Story of Cyrus and the Ancient Greek Military’s Quest to Regain the Persian Empire’s Throne By Xenophon & Henry Graham Dakyns
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All seven books of Xenophon's chronicles, detailing his time as a Greek mercenary who famously relieves the Spartan army, are presented here complete with informative notes. Through this book, we... More > learn much of the life of an everyday soldier in one of the ancient world's most iconic armies. A member of the Ten Thousand - a company of Greek soldiers led by the heroic general and leader Cyrus, Xenophon witnessed first-hand the campaign to seize Persia by force from Cyrus's own brother: Artaxerxes II. It is soon discovered that Sparta's army is stranded deep behind enemy lines, and must be rescued. Xenophon, as one of three commanders, leads the effort to make contact with Clearchus of Sparta and escort his isolated forces to friendlier ground where essential supplies of food are present. The great route of Cyrus and much of this history is enhanced by Xenophon’s accessible and evocative style, informed by his excellent education as a contemporary of Plato and Socrates.< Less
Anabasis, The March Up Country: The Epic Story of Cyrus and the Ancient Greek Military’s Quest to Regain the Persian Empire’s Throne (Hardcover) By Xenophon & Henry Graham Dakyns
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All seven books of Xenophon's chronicles, detailing his time as a Greek mercenary who famously relieves the Spartan army, are presented here complete with informative notes. Through this book, we... More > learn much of the life of an everyday soldier in one of the ancient world's most iconic armies. A member of the Ten Thousand - a company of Greek soldiers led by the heroic general and leader Cyrus, Xenophon witnessed first-hand the campaign to seize Persia by force from Cyrus's own brother: Artaxerxes II. It is soon discovered that Sparta's army is stranded deep behind enemy lines, and must be rescued. Xenophon, as one of three commanders, leads the effort to make contact with Clearchus of Sparta and escort his isolated forces to friendlier ground where essential supplies of food are present. The great route of Cyrus and much of this history is enhanced by Xenophon’s accessible and evocative style, informed by his excellent education as a contemporary of Plato and Socrates.< Less
History of the British Isles to 1714 AD By John Priestley
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This is a political history of the British Isles. There are plenty of facts for history buffs and quizzers. At the same time, the author sets out to discover who the British people really are,... More > including the latest evidence from DNA studies. He delves into the murky depths of the Dark Ages and the coming of the Anglo-Saxons. Later he treats us to the stirring defeat of the Spanish Armada and the brutal realism of the Roundheads in the Civil War, when England had the finest army in Europe. Even Robin Hood and Hereward the Wake are here. “It has flashes of insight not remembered from my schooldays! - for example: ‘For a man known to be a butcher of innocents and a rapist, Richard the Lionheart’s reputation as an international superstar has survived amazingly well, perhaps because of the comparison with his creepy brother John.’ Excellent – I read two chapters every night, and loved it.” – J Davies This edition is illustrated with seven maps, photographs and a full set of genealogies.< Less
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Climbing the Broken Stairs, a memoir By Frieda A Adkins
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Frieda Annette Brown grew up in the inner city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She and her five brothers were the illegitimate offspring of Hetty Anna Brown, a wayward and promiscuous soul with a... More > lustful, reckless spirit and a heartless neglect for the welfare of her children. Hetty’s willful abandonment left her six children susceptible to the harsh and unforgiving elements and predators of their urban streets. Frieda was seven when her nightmares began. Forced to bear the burdens of numerous aggressors, the child would endure a lonely battle to overcome child abuse, of which most occurred within the families. The climb to overcome the trials and tribulations that plagued her life was unimaginable, as Frieda struggled to maintain belief that a better life was possible, if she could first break free from this dysfunctional environment. Climbing the Broken Stairs, is an inspiring true-life journey of determination, and an inspiring and personal testament to the mercy, power, and glory of God.< Less
Climbing the Broken Stairs, a memoir By Frieda Annette Adkins
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Frieda Annette Brown grew up in the inner city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She and her five brothers were the illegitimate offspring of Hetty Anna Brown, a wayward and promiscuous soul with a... More > lustful, reckless spirit and a heartless neglect for the welfare of her children. Hetty’s willful abandonment left her six children susceptible to the harsh and unforgiving elements and predators of their urban streets. Frieda was seven when her nightmares began. Forced to bear the burdens of numerous aggressors, the child would endure a lonely battle to overcome child abuse, of which most occurred within the families. The climb to overcome the trials and tribulations that plagued her life was unimaginable, as Frieda struggled to maintain belief that a better life was possible, if she could first break free from this dysfunctional environment. Climbing the Broken Stairs, is an inspiring true-life journey of determination, and an inspiring and personal testament to the mercy, power, and glory of God.< Less

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