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Stranger in the Streets By Mitch Credle
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Childhood friends Daniel “Smokey” Slade and Ricky “Black” Walker were raised together in the violent drug infested Clifton Terrace Apartment complex in Washington D.C. Even... More > when they were young, they lived a life many would avoid. At the age of 13, their lives went in different directions and were not reunited until they were 21 years old. Smokey became an undercover cop while Black became a better criminal. With their paths crossing, Smokey’s thin blue line that separates their world’s, becomes thinner. Smokey loyalties become conflicted as he try to stay loyal to his job, and to his former best friend, Black, who he owes his life to, due to an incident that occurred when they were 13 years old. As the pressure closes in on Smokey, he has to decide, priorities or loyalties.< Less
Stranger in the Streets By Mitch Credle
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Childhood friends Daniel “Smokey” Slade and Ricky “Black” Walker were raised together in the violent drug infested Clifton Terrace Apartment complex in Washington D.C. Even... More > when they were young, they lived a life many would avoid. At the age of 13, their lives went in different directions and were not reunited until they were 21 years old. Smokey became an undercover cop while Black became a better criminal. With their paths crossing, Smokey’s thin blue line that separates their world’s, becomes thinner. Smokey loyalties become conflicted as he try to stay loyal to his job, and to his former best friend, Black, who he owes his life to, due to an incident that occurred when they were 13 years old. As the pressure closes in on Smokey, he has to decide, priorities or loyalties.< Less
The Prairie . By J. Fenimore Cooper
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"The Prairie" was the third in order of Fenimore Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales. Its first appearance was in the year 1827. The idea of the story had suggested itself to him, we are told,... More > before he had finished its immediate forerunner, "The Last of the Mohicans." He chose entirely new scenes for it, "resolved to cross the Mississippi and wander over the desolate wastes of the remote Western prairies." He had been taking every chance that came of making a personal acquaintance with the Indian chiefs of the western tribes who were to be encountered about this period on their way in the frequent Indian embassies to Washington. "He saw much to command his admiration," says Mrs. Cooper, "in these wild braves... It was a matter of course that in drawing Indian character he should dwell on the better traits of the picture, rather than on the coarser and more revolting though more common points. Like West, he could see the Apollo in the young Mohawk."< Less
My Paperback Book By Sean McCabe
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Jimmy Devine has quit his band 'Blazes', and it isn't long before a feeling of regret sets in. The question is, does he try to rejoin his old band, or start a new one? When he is asked to play at a... More > benefit for an IRA man who is being held in jail on suspicion of gunrunning for the Irish freedom fighters, he sees his chance. In the meantime, Fintan Gilsenan, the owner of 'The Borderline' pub in Woodside, is not happy that his rival bar, The Gate, is hosting this benefit. When Cathal Finn, the leader of the Irish Unity Party, arrives in New York en route to meet the US President in Washington, Fintan sees an opportunity to gain the upper hand by inviting Cathal Finn to speak in his bar on the same night as the benefit. Unfortunately, a few lines must be crossed in order to put his plan in motion...< Less
If Yesterday Never Came By Kristi Hurley
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It’s the summer of 1952, and 17-year old Katherine Baker makes a cross country move with her parents to South Carolina. It is there that she discovers what prejudice means. After moving... More > from the Northwest state of Washington to a small town in South Carolina, Katherine reunites with her dad’s family and begins making new friends. One day she breaks up a fight, as some youngsters are picking on a little boy--a black little boy. She intervenes and makes a new friend in the little boy, his brother, and the rest of his family. Their difference in color doesn’t matter to any of them, until it becomes a matter to an unknown someone else making threats to all of them. That’s when tragedy strikes, and Katherine is left disillusioned with her world and her God. It is only then that she learns the true meaning of grace and redemption.< Less
The United States Always Loses Its Wars: Global Superpower On the Wrong Side of History By Ernst Cole
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The United States started to project assertiveness in its strategy, power, and dominance, which has extended from particular regions to the entire globe over time. Then, 9/11 occurred, further... More > devastating the already aggravated scene. The ultimate product which emerged from this was in the form of an overly proactive foreign policy with extraordinary measures. There now shines direct links of its actions and the goals of her foreign policy. The Pentagon has now crossed all moral and ethical lines. Experts believe that this overstretch could become the cause of a decline for U.S. Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq and Middle East have been the most humiliating turf wars for Washington. Be it is traditional warfare, sponsored rebellions, economic chessboards or diplomatic tables, or hired mercenaries, the United States confronts the same fate: Upset and disgrace! Its malicious actions, through sponsored terrorism, economic devastation and ulterior motives have created anarchy on a global scale.< Less
Bowers Russell Ancestry By David Boles
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275 pages. With the additional families of Albert, Bollin, Brown, Conradi, Dorn, Ermentraudt, Fischer, Fosselman, Friedli, Hain, Haug, Hieronymus, Hoffman, Irion, King, Knopf, Lindeman, McQueen,... More > Pfister, Probst, Rimpler, Saltzgeber, Schäffer, Stevenson, Taylor, Vigelius, and Yerian. This 8-1/2" by 11" volume documents, with full references, descents and near-descents from a number of interesting characters. They include among others Ohioans bitten by gold fever, an early train stoker, a militiaman who probably witnessed the shelling that inspired the Star Spangled Banner, brothers who served with Washington at Valley Forge, a German whose ship crossing took 17 weeks and resulted in a high death rate and mutiny, a rebellious Highland Scot transported in chains to Maryland, a committee of correspondence member who prevented the tarring and feathering of a customs collector, and a German taxed to prevent a Turkish invasion who mustered into service with spear and armor.< Less
David Enoch Family in Ohio, 1798-1953 By Harry Enoch
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Henry Enoch was born in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and migrated to the Virginia frontier, where he settled on land surveyed by George Washington at the Forks of Cacapon. Three of Henry’s... More > sons—Henry Jr., David and Enoch Enoch—crossed the Alleghenies to settle in the Ten Mile Country of southwest Pennsylvania in the 1760s. In 1798 David removed to Ohio, where he and his sons John and Abner settled in Butler County. John later moved to Logan County, where he established the town of West Liberty. John Jr. became one of the pioneers of Champaign County. This work provides a record of David, his sons John and Abner and grandson John Jr. in Ohio and ends in 1953 with the death of John Jr.’s granddaughter, Annetta Enoch Johnson. The entries in this work are taken from official documents, newspapers articles, or published histories.< Less
My Train Station is Burlington, NC By David Robinson
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My Train Station is Burlington, North Carolina is a complete guide for anyone wanting to travel from Burlington (Alamance County), North Carolina to other cities in North Carolina, or other cities in... More > the eastern, northeastern, southern or midwestern states of the USA, or cross country to the western states on long-distance Amtrak trains. Day trips to cities in North Carolina such as Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Greensboro, High Point, Salisbury, Kannapolis, Charlotte, Selma, Wilson and Rocky Mount. Overnight trips to southern states of Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, South Carolina and Florida. One-day one-way trips to Virginia, Washington DC, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. Stay on the same train, change trains, or sleep on the train. Fares, baggage, bicycles, discounts, student, seniors, military, AARP, AAA, departure, arrival, times, stations, directions. ideas for trips, visit family, friends, comfortable seats, relaxing travel< Less
My First Solo and Long Bicycle Tour By Bethany Anne Kuczin
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My First Solo & Long Bicycle Ride 213.1 miles Through Various Small Towns of America is A Personal Experience written By Bethany A. Kuczin The book contains all of the information regarding... More > preparation for the trip, how to make my custom made bicycle racks, and the route traveled including places to eat, stay, and visit along the way. 100% of the net proceeds for this book will go to support charities that house and care for homeless L.G.B.T.Q.S. Youth and children that are homeless as a result of parental loss due to AIDS. Towns include: New Egypt, NJ Allentown, NJ Trenton, NJ Washington's Crossing State Park, NJ Lambertville, NJ New Hope, NJ Lumberville-Raven Rock, NJ/PA Danville, PA Fountainville, PA Montgomeryville, PA Hatfield, PA Towamencin, PA Skipppack, PA Warwick, PA French Creek State Park, PA Pottstown, PA Phoenixville, PA Bordentown, NJ Chesterfield, NJ Union Transportation Bicycle Trail, NJ Delaware & Raritan Canal Bicycle Trail, NJ Schuylkill Bicycle Trail, PA< Less

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