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Making Known the Biblical History and Roots of Alcoholics Anonymous By Dick B
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For eleven years, author Dick. B. has been receiving, analyzing, utilizing, and writing about the real evidence that documents the biblical history and roots of Alcoholics Anonymous. His research... More > materials have come from a wide variety of sources including the following: (1) Books, correspondence, and papers supplied to him by actual participants in early A.A., such as Dr. Bob’s children, the children of Henrietta Seiberling, the daughter of T. Henry Williams, the children and wife of Rev. Sam Shoemaker, and many of the Oxford Group team that assisted Dr. Frank Buchman. (2) A.A. authors, historians, and archivists, as well as others who have written about A.A. and its roots.< Less
Dr. Bob of Alcoholics Anonymous By Dick B.
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This title tells you about A.A. cofounder Dr. Bob’s “excellent training” in the “Good Book” as “a youngster.” It presents an in-depth exploration of the... More > training Dr. Bob received during his boyhood years in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. You will see, from its documented details, that young Bob’s major Christian training—the training translated into the early A.A. spiritual recovery program in Akron—came from his parents, Walter P. and Susan H. Smith; North Congregational Church, St. Johnsbury; the Christian Endeavor Society of that church; and the rigorous requirements and studies at the famous St. Johnsbury Academy. The authors traveled to St. Johnsbury; visited principal buildings existing during Bob’s youth; interviewed the North Church pastor, the St. Johnsbury Academy archivist and the librarian, people at his boyhood home, and others.< Less
A Romance of Youth -- Complete By Francois Coppee
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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: François Edouard Joachim Coppée (26 January 1842... More > – 23 May 1908) was a French poet and novelist.He was born in Paris to a civil servant. After attending the Lycée Saint-Louis he became a clerk in the ministry of war, and won public favour as a poet of the Parnassian school. His first printed verses date from 1864. In 1869 his first play, Le Passant, was received with approval at the Odéon theatre, and later Fais ce que dois (1871) and Les Bijoux de la délivrance (1872), short poetic dramas inspired by the Franco-Prussian War, were applauded.After holding a post in the library of the senate, Coppée was chosen in 1878 as archivist of the Comédie Française, an office he held till 1884. In that year his election to the Académie française caused him to retire from all public appointments. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fran%C3%A7ois_Copp%C3%A9e< Less
Alien Queens 4 By Molly Cutpurse
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Alien Queens 4 poses yet another problem for Stewart, Frankie, Anne B and Velvet’s narrator, Miss (now Mrs) Molly Flaguline. For the escapade in which they find themselves, perplexes even the... More > mature understanding of their original eighteenth century lady-of-the-night turned archivist. As if the notion of time travel wasn’t difficult enough for Molly to comprehend, her knotty problem is how to document what happened when Velvet decides she wants to rescue her long lost sister, Vibeta from a thousand years ago. Alternate universes, doppelgängers, multiple timelines and worst of all, Qartin; an earth-like parallel world where royal cannibalistic humans pray to the half-blind goddess, Vampas are only a few instances that poor Molly has to chronicle in the correct order. Alien Queens 4 contains distasteful confusion, abhorrent blood sacrifices, Stewart and Frankie’s diminishing love for each other and an insane deranged princess.< Less
Ellen's Tale By Alberta Ross
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2060: The world is devastated by climate wars. 2161: Two archivists chart events 50 years before when the future of humanity hung in the balance. 2111: Ellen, innocent child of the safe sterile... More > cities. Bix, genetically modified as a child to fight with the Sefuty Comrades (known as the Ferals),now dangerously charming. She seeks his help to fulfil the dying request of an old lady. Terrified of life outside Ellen is forced to cling to Bix and he, responding, finds his interest in her growing. They both dare to think of a future together but he cannot live within walls and she cannot live outside and they have to part. It is Ellen who seeks to find a way to achieve their dreams. The way is dangerous but the results could hold out hope for them and for dwindling survivors of mankind. An historical romance set in the future, with three time periods and two love stories,against a background of climate change, child soldiers, land mines, genetic engineering and eugenics< Less
First Strike By Dakin Dukane
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Sequel to Gunn, Germany December 1946. Falkenhagen the Nazi’s most top secret factory just outside the centre of Berlin is now firmly under Russian control and has become the most heavily... More > fortified part of mainland Europe, all attempts to uncover its secrets have so far met with failure. Archivists slowly trawling through reams of Nazi documents learn of the potential existence of another final German wonder weapon. A modified V2 rocket with a new type of fuel that increased its potential range to include the United States, chillingly codenamed ‘Eagle’. Is this why Falkenhagen has been turned into a Russian fortress? Gunn and Laszlo are reluctantly tasked to find the answers, a seemingly innocent car crash switches their focus in a different direction as they begin to uncover something far more sinister, so frightening that it finally makes the intelligence community sit up and take note. Something that could not only threaten the current nervous peace in Europe but possibly the World.< Less
First Strike By Dakin Dukane
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The sequel to Gunn. Falkenhagen the Nazi’s most top secret factory just outside the centre of Berlin is now firmly under Russian control and has become the most heavily fortified part of... More > mainland Europe, all attempts to uncover its secrets have so far met with failure. Archivists slowly trawling through reams of Nazi documents learn of the potential existence of another final German wonder weapon. A modified V2 rocket with a new type of fuel that increased its potential range to include the United States, chillingly codenamed ‘Eagle’. Is this why Falkenhagen has been turned into a Russian fortress? Gunn and Laszlo are reluctantly tasked to find the answers, a seemingly innocent car crash switches their focus in a different direction as they begin to uncover something far more sinister, so frightening that it finally makes the intelligence community sit up and take note. Something that could not only threaten the current nervous peace in Europe but possibly the World.< Less
The Story of a Red Deer By J. W. (John William), Sir Fortescue
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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: The Honourable Sir John William Fortescue, KCVO (28 December... More > 1859 – 22 October 1933) was a British military historian. He was a reputed historian of the British Army and served as Royal Librarian and Archivist at Windsor Castle from 1905-26.Fortescue was born on 28 December 1859 in Madeira, the 5th son of Hugh, 3rd Earl Fortescue by his wife Georgina, Countess Fortescue (née Dawson-Damer). His family owned much of the area around Simonsbath on Exmoor since the twelfth century, thus he joined the North Devon Yeomanry Cavalry latterly serving as a major.Fortescue was educated at Harrow School and Trinity College, Cambridge later lecturing at Oxford (DLitt (Oxon)).Fortescue is best known for his major work on the history of the British Army, which he wrote between 1899 and 1930. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_William_Fortescue< Less
Contes rapides By Francois Coppee
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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: François Edouard Joachim Coppée (26 January 1842... More > – 23 May 1908) was a French poet and novelist.He was born in Paris to a civil servant. After attending the Lycée Saint-Louis he became a clerk in the ministry of war, and won public favour as a poet of the Parnassian school. His first printed verses date from 1864. In 1869 his first play, Le Passant, was received with approval at the Odéon theatre, and later Fais ce que dois (1871) and Les Bijoux de la délivrance (1872), short poetic dramas inspired by the Franco-Prussian War, were applauded.After holding a post in the library of the senate, Coppée was chosen in 1878 as archivist of the Comédie Française, an office he held till 1884. In that year his election to the Académie française caused him to retire from all public appointments. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fran%C3%A7ois_Copp%C3%A9e< Less
The Best of Peg Sloan By Peg Sloan
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Margaret ("Peg") Dalton Sloan published her first column—on the trials and tribulations of being a redhead—in the Kankakee Daily Journal in 1977. She went on to write nearly 700... More > more on topics as varied as family, human nature, Irishness, the passage of time, and the memories of a big-city girl who married into an Illinois farm family. She won multiple awards for her writing and editing—from the Associated Press, United Press International, and the National Press Women's Association—and garnered a large and devoted readership along the way. Perhaps most remarkably, Peg Sloan didn’t begin her writing career until her early fifties, following a busy first career spent raising six children. Today she lives in Wheaton, Illinois, with Barney Sloan, her husband (and archivist) of 66 years. In addition to their six children, Peg and Barney Sloan have 16 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren...and counting!< Less

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