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Massachusetts Pond Maps - Northeast By Thomas Oldfield
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This is a spiral bound 8 1/2 x 11 black and white book containing the pond maps for the Massachusetts counties of Essex, Middlesex, Norfolk and Suffolk.
A Brief History of Thomas Price Smith By Ron Larter
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A brief history of the Latter-day Saint pioneer, Thomas Price Smith, who was the father and founder of the LDS Church in Norfolk and Suffolk. This book depicts his life from the time he was born, his... More > character and religious inclinations, his emigration to the states and his trek across the plains to Utah.< Less
A Brief History of Thomas Price Smith By Ron Larter
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A brief history of the Latter-day Saint pioneer, Thomas Price Smith, who was the father and founder of the LDS Church in Norfolk and Suffolk. This book depicts his life from the time he was born, his... More > character and religious inclinations, his emigration to the states and his trek across the plains to Utah.< Less
The Fressingfield Witch By Jacqueline Beard
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Scores of innocent women were executed during the 1645 Suffolk witch trials. Death and uncertainty stalked the land. Fast forward to 1890 and two mysterious deaths in the village of Fressingfield... More > stir up rumours of witchcraft again. Lawrence Harpham is dispatched from Bury St Edmunds to investigate, but Lawrence is still tormented by the loss of his family in a house fire. Can he overcome his own demons and discover who is behind the flurry of deaths? The Fressingfield Witch is a fictional murder mystery based on true events. Two of Suffolk’s darkest cases of witchcraft are weaved together in one compelling story.< Less
The Archaeological Impact of the 19th and 20th Century Fossil Diggings By Bernard O'Connor
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During the latter half of the 19th century and early 20th century many tens thousands of acres were dug over in the search for fossils. Whilst the better specimens were sold to museums across the... More > country or to Victorian fossil collectors for their drawing room cabinets, the bulk were sold as a raw material in the manufacture of superphosphate - the world's first artificial chemical fertiliser. This large-scale open-cast mining also unearthed and largely destroyed numerous archaeological sites across Southern England. Many were reported in archaeological journals but, given their value, others didn't. This book documents the reported finds in Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.< Less
Bleeding Hearts: The Diary of a Country Vampire By T.P. Keating
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Medication can keep Connie's minor vampire heritage, but not the world, at bay. By accident, she discovers that mixing this cutting-edge medication with a glass of white wine will turn her into a... More > bat. After fate takes Connie from London to Saxmundham, Suffolk, she makes the acquaintance of blood, death and an Army of Darkness. But it's not all positive. A mysterious combination of earthquake and explosion produces a part-radioactive, part-magical contamination, so that her new home falls within an exclusion zone for humans. A colony has been born. Then Connie's invisible, Harley Street doctor informs her of a new twist in her non-human heritage, which precedes her direct involvement with a prophecy, and a quest to save the fledgling colony. Her main ally is the town squire from the Middle Ages, a full-blown vampire who now drums in a folk-metal band, the other members of which are fast-moving, out of focus local spirit beings.< Less
Bleeding Hearts: The Diary of a Country Vampire By T.P. Keating
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Medication can keep Connie's minor vampire heritage, but not the world, at bay. By accident, she discovers that mixing this cutting-edge medication with a glass of white wine will turn her into a... More > bat. After fate takes Connie from London to Saxmundham, Suffolk, she makes the acquaintance of blood, death and an Army of Darkness. But it's not all positive. A mysterious combination of earthquake and explosion produces a part-radioactive, part-magical contamination, so that her new home falls within an exclusion zone for humans. A colony has been born. Then Connie's invisible, Harley Street doctor informs her of a new twist in her non-human heritage, which precedes her direct involvement with a prophecy, and a quest to save the fledgling colony. Her main ally is the town squire from the Middle Ages, a full-blown vampire who now drums in a folk-metal band, the other members of which are fast-moving, out of focus local spirit beings.< Less
Dawn Shots By Tricia Voute
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Jane refuses to believe the rumours about her great Uncle, Lt Wilkins, and goes in search of Reverend Johnson the only man alive who knows why he was shot for desertion. Johnson is reticent at first... More > but finally agrees to tell her the truth. But the truth, as Jane learns, is not quite as Johnson presents it and struggles to discover what he is hiding. "Dawn Shots" is a contemporary novel that raises questions about the justice of war and the place of hope in our society. It looks at the role of religion and asks the question: how does one deal with horrendous suffering.< Less
Mormonism in Lowestoft 1849 - 1910 By Ron Larter
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First book of a series of three relating to the history on the origin and growth of Mormonism in Lowestoft from 1849 - 1910.
Mormonism in Lowestoft 1849 - 1910 By Ron Larter
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First book of a series of three relating to the history on the origin and growth of Mormonism in Lowestoft from 1849 - 1910.

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