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FOX SHADE & Other Poems By 2012 Poetry Pentathlon
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This compilation features the best poems from the 2012 Poetry Pentathlon. The three Medal Winners: Ben C Clark, Russell J Turner and Stephen Jeffery, plus contributions from Mark Boyd, Christine... More > Clatworthy, Linda Wigzell Cress, Marion Hammond, Francis Hayes, Jolono, Tanya Jones, Maxine Kendall, Mark Kilburn, Ewan Lawrie, Brenda Legge, Pia Lenau, Phyllis McKenna, John Nandy, Alex Nodopaka, Luigi Pagano, Richard Penny, Elle Pryor, Kim Rooney, Ed Terry, Alex Tomlin, Rhiannon Weber & Simon Whitworth. Edited by John Wilks on behalf of ABCtales.com. 156 pages, paperback, 6"X9", b&w.< Less
To Love a Scotsman By Nicole Angeleen et al.
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The Heart of It by Jannie Lund Sometimes you have to go to the past to find your future. Photographer Katherine Wilkes knows how to find and zero in on the heart of things through her camera lens.... More > Her own heart, however, is heavily guarded from being broken. Again. The Forbidden Suitor by April Marcom Long ago in the highlands of Scotland, a young woman came up missing, her disappearance creating two families of eternally sworn enemies. Four generations later, this everlasting hatred is tested when a descendant from each one comes together in a chance meeting full of laughter and deep attraction, not knowing what bad blood exists between them. The Ring O’Callum Brodgar by Lisa Aldridge In present-day Scotland, Anne Bradenegh is on an archeological excavation to the 18th century Castle Brodgar ruins, hoping to unearth some artifacts from the past. Instead, she uncovers her own past when she is visited by the mysterious Callum Brodgar, who has come looking for the cloak pin he lost centuries ago.< Less
Titan Screwed: Lost Smiles, Stunners, and Screwjobs By James Dixon et al.
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James Dixon pairs up with Justin Henry in compiling the third book of the Titan series: Titan Screwed Titan Screwed provides a look at the WWF from January 1997 through WrestleMania XIV, covering... More > every major element of the WWF's evolution into the Attitude Era. Stories detailed include the rise of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels losing his smile, the heel turn of Bret Hart, WWF vs. ECW with Jerry Lawler pulling the strings, the death of Brian Pillman, Austin vs. Tyson, the seedy story elements that overtook WWF programming, the birth of the nefarious Mr. McMahon, and of course, Montreal: the build-up, the secret plotting, the match, the moment, and the aftermath in all of its incredible details. Exclusive author-conducted interviews for Titan Screwed include Ken Shamrock, Rob Van Dam, Jim Cornette, "The Patriot" Del Wilkes, Dr. Tom Prichard, Danny Doring, former ECW owner Tod Gordon, and more. ***Includes foreword from WrestleCrap's RD Reynolds***< Less
Titan Screwed - Lost Smiles, Stunners and Screwjobs By James Dixon et al.
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James Dixon pairs up with Justin Henry in compiling the third book of the Titan series: Titan Screwed Titan Screwed provides a look at the WWF from January 1997 through WrestleMania XIV, covering... More > every major element of the WWF's evolution into the Attitude Era. Stories detailed include the rise of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels losing his smile, the heel turn of Bret Hart, WWF vs. ECW with Jerry Lawler pulling the strings, the death of Brian Pillman, Austin vs. Tyson, the seedy story elements that overtook WWF programming, the birth of the nefarious Mr. McMahon, and of course, Montreal: the build-up, the secret plotting, the match, the moment, and the aftermath in all of its incredible details. Exclusive author-conducted interviews for Titan Screwed include Ken Shamrock, Rob Van Dam, Jim Cornette, "The Patriot" Del Wilkes, Dr. Tom Prichard, Danny Doring, former ECW owner Tod Gordon, and more. ***Includes foreword from WrestleCrap's RD Reynolds***< Less
All Inclusive By Emily Thorndike
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Five hysterical short stories of holidays that go wrong. Monica Chapman dreaded her first flight having put off jetting forever. Disaster strikes on the morning of the holiday leaving her husband... More > to go through hell to make sure she gets on the plane. Clarice Roberge-Johnson’s suspicions of her husband’s infidelity sail into full view on the surprise wedding anniversary cruise he organises. Revenge was mandatory. Eddy Craddick’s efforts to book a Glamping Holiday in Wales leaves his atheist family on a Spiritual Retreat with his wife finding a perfect way for him to repent. Charlotte Davies-Wilke’s first skiing holiday with her friend is soured by an incompetent ski company that run out of a telephone kiosk. Two clandestine meetings change everything. Mark Kingston is removed from his laptop to France by his over active partner for seafood and wine. What he gets is DD landing beaches to match make their seventy one year old host.< Less
Into the Clouds By Alana Macon-Shelton
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Readers of "Fortune, Fame or Faith" will experience God in a new way- watching him work through prayers. The African-American protagonist, Terrence Wilks,aches for his music career to... More > bring him the money and recognition he feels he deserves. He heads to Atlanta to record a studio album, leaving behind Nicole, the writer who desires his heart. In Atlanta, he joins up with Lironomy, a Texan rock band whose members lack his work ethic. After a series of unproductive rehearsals, the stress causes him to fail. At this point, the Devil declares victory over Terrence's life and sends a series of temptations his way. Nicky, continues to pray for him, to hope for their future. Haunted by Iris's ghost, Nascha, despite success as lead singer in a hip hop trio, has a drug problem and dependency issues. they partner with Lironomy, Terrence's career kicks off. Success however, makes him long for true love. Fame and fortune, he discovers, are not sufficient. What Terrence really needs, he discovers, is faith.< Less
Northern Exposure - Canadians in the Civil War By Claire Hoy
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Most Americans understand the grim realities of the Civil War. Three million men under arms. Some 600,000 deaths. But few know 50,000 Canadians fought, many to collect $200 bounties, others... More > Shanghaied by unscrupulous characters working northern bars, borders and brothels. Four Union generals were Canadian-born; 29 Medal of Honor winners; a Canadian was in General Grant’s honor guard at Appottomax; another was at Lincoln’s bedside as he lay dying, still another led the squad that caught John Wilkes Booth. The assassination plot began in a Montreal hotel. Confederates ran extensive operations from Toronto’s Queen’s Hotel, fostering several hostile actions, including an attempt to burn down several New York City hotels and public buildings. From Halifax – where some businesses accepted Confederate money - sleek blockade runners helped supply the South with arms, food and clothing. To be sure, it was an American war, but it had a profound impact upon Canada which continues to this day.< Less
Hawkins of Dickensonville, Russell County, Virginia (Second Edition) By Maxwell Ervin
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Are you a Hawkins or a Holbrook? This Second Edition reveals some startling DNA test results for descendants of Elisha, oldest child of Sallie. This edition expands to sort out all Hawkins of early... More > Russell County. Sallie came from Wilkes Co., NC to Russell Co., VA, where she is head of household in the first extant census of 1820, with three children under 5 years of age. Lowery says his father was James T. Hawkins. The book includes an article on Hawkins origins, a historical perspective of early Dickensonville, a narrative of the early generations in Russell County, information on Hawkins Mill, and documents and photos of some early Hawkins. Also included is a detailed genealogy modified register with index and sources, and a descendants chart. Some other surnames: Steffey, Seargeant, Dickenson, Hall, Willis, Robinson. Johnson, Garrett, Davis, Boyd, Dingus, Roberts, Lovelady, Nall, Cumbow, Campbell, Mays, Ramey, Mahaffey, Suit, Bailey, Fields, Holbrook,Elam, Puckett, and more. 174 pages.< Less
Hawkins of Dickensonville, Russell County, Virginia (Second Edition) By Maxwell Ervin
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Are you a Hawkins or a Holbrook? This Second Edition reveals some startling DNA test results for descendants of Elisha, oldest child of Sallie. This edition expands to sort out all Hawkins of early... More > Russell County. Sallie came from Wilkes Co., NC to Russell Co., VA, where she is head of household in the first extant census of 1820, with three children under 5 years of age. Lowery says his father was James T. Hawkins. The book includes an article on Hawkins origins, a historical perspective of early Dickensonville, a narrative of the early generations in Russell County, information on Hawkins Mill, and documents and photos of some early Hawkins. Also included is a detailed genealogy modified register with index and sources, and a descendants chart. Some other surnames: Steffey, Seargeant, Dickenson, Hall, Willis, Robinson. Johnson, Garrett, Davis, Boyd, Dingus, Roberts, Lovelady, Nall, Cumbow, Campbell, Mays, Ramey, Mahaffey, Suit, Bailey, Fields, Holbrook,Elam, Puckett, and more. 174 pages.< Less
A Memorial of Mrs. Margaret Breckinridge By Samuel Miller
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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: Archibald Alexander Hodge (July 18, 1823 – November 12,... More > 1886), an American Presbyterian leader, was the principal of Princeton Seminary between 1878 and 1886. He was the son of Charles Hodge, named after the first principal of Princeton Seminary, Archibald Alexander.Hodge attended the College of New Jersey (later Princeton University) and Princeton Theological Seminary. He served as a missionary in India for three years (1847–1850). He held pastorates at Lower West Nottingham, Maryland (1851–1855), Fredericksburg, Virginia (1855–1861), and Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania (1861–1864). In 1864 he accepted a call to the chair of systematic theology in Western Theological Seminary (later Pittsburgh Theological Seminary) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archibald_Alexander_Hodge< Less

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