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Brunswick County The Best of the Beaches By J. C. Judah
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Brunswick County: The Best of the Beaches Visit the beaches of charming Brunswick County, North Carolina. Enjoy over 100 photographs of the shoreline, shrimp boats, fishermen, churches,... More > sunbathers, landscape, and special destinations of southeastern North Carolina. Enjoy your virtual visit to the Brunswick beaches long after the salt air has soothed your soul in Southport, Oak Island, Holden Beach, Varnamtown, Ocean Isle or Sunset Beach. "A riveting journey through the Brunswick Isles. A geat book to remind you of a wonderful vacation spot." Don McCauley, ICM, PC, CH. Author of Learn to Live a Life Without Problems. "Very informative and interesting facts coupled with great photographs to bring back the treasured memories and good times of the Brunswick beaches." Richard Triebe, Author of A Rising Tide & Port Royal. "This book preserves the sense of salt air and personal joys experienced at the Brunswick County beaches." Edith Edwards, Author of The Ghost at Turle Nest.< Less
Edouard Manet: Drawings and Watercolours By Narim Bender
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Essential figure in the transition from Realism to Impressionism, Edouard Manet was an influential painter who left his own unique mark on the art world. In 1856, in his early thirties, Manet opened... More > his own studio. He began painting in a quasi-realist style, which transitioned to a more Impressionist style when he met the painter Berthe Morisot, who exposed him to her circle of Impressionist painter friends, including Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Many of Manet’s works revolved around depictions of leisure activities, including observations of social life in all of the classes, from bourgeois horse racing to prostitutes drinking, to the streets of Paris and boating scenes, many of which were made from sketches done on the spot. Although his work was Impressionistic, he resisted involvement with any specific style of painting, and thus preferred to present his works to the Salon of Paris rather than the many Impressionist Exhibitions.< Less
MAC THE LIFE By Mackenzie Moulton
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Mackenzie William Moulton was born in Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom on 21st June, 1947. This autobiography is the first book of two about his most extraordinary life from the innocence of childhood,... More > sometimes having to encounter abuse, and up to him emigrating to Spain, on the way serving 30 years in the London Metropolitan Police as a beat bobby, Traffic officer, Thames officer and Police Diver, as well as in his spare time painting and exhibiting his artwork and living on a boat. The stories are fascinating and shows what one can achieve if you put your mind to it. Mackenzie says happiness, disappointment and pain are all part of living and he has enjoyed ever second in the 66 years he has been on planet earth. Married twice with two daughters and four grandchildren it was his eldest grandson, Sam Downing that first asked him to write his autobiography which a year later was reinforced by Sir John Stevens, a friend and colleague saying the same.< Less
IN YOUR DREAMS YOUR GOD COULD SHOW YOU By DUANE THE GREAT WRITER
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In Your Dreams Your God Could Show You 'What IS Real Now' but only if Your God has The RealCourage to do so. The Kontrolling Authoritarians have Konditioned the Old Masses into a 'Huge Mass... More > Hypnotizm' and have gotten them to 'Believe' in something that is unbelievable, because the Invented Gods of Man are actually Make-Believe. Most people are into the 'Demise' of this planet as they go about driving their polluting cars, boats and planes and 'Thinking' in their Little Minds everything is okay and will be okay. YU, The RealU, wants Real Freedom Now! YU have to decide to Be The Real RiskTaker and See Beyond all the Planned Deception that YU have been deceived with for lifetimes. This is NUBook 6, 'YOUR DREAMVISIONS NOW' You can have ALL The Answers to Your Life Now, that is if YU will Take The Risk and do what YU never have before, or YU can stay the same as YU YU can Take The Risk Now and Discover who YU really are and learn to See & Recognize The Whole of Life. www.DuaneTheGreatWriter.info< Less
Brother In Arms: An Englishman in Vietnam By Gay Holden
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His name is engraved on the Vietnam Wall in Washington DC, but his remains lie in an English country churchyard. What led this young man, the only English officer to die in the service of the US Army... More > in Vietnam, to forsake his career as a musician in Britain and take up arms against the Communist threat in south-east Asia? His full, frank, funny and sometimes shocking letters home hold the key. Lt. Anthony Harbord's sister Gay has painstakingly researched his life since he left England in 1965 to seek his American Dream. She literally retraces his steps from the fun-filled Florida paradise where he worked on the big-game fishing boats to the jungles of Vietnam where he distinguished himself as a brave and respected leader of men. She is searching for the brother she loved so much, thought she knew and who she lost so early on. It is a search for her Brother In Arms.< Less
Through my grandfather's eyes By Leah Zylbering
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The author was born in 1920 in Bodsanov, a small town near Warsaw Poland, and describes in great detail the social and economic life during the 2nd World War in Europe and Central Asia. He writes... More > about the German occupation that brought a curfew and forced labor. Fleeing across the border to Russia resulted in being put on a train to Northern Siberia and working in a labor camp (Gulag) on very little food. He then took a boat trip west on the Vela Morski canal towards the Caspian Sea with many stops and adventures along the way including having a love affair with a Georgian girl. Because of German army advances, Polish Jews were told to leave. Fleeing once again, he traveled to Siberia to work on rail lines that had been bombed. Then he volunteered for the Polish army and was put into a "sanitary batallion" which brought him deep into Germany. Upon being released from the army, he returned home to search for survivors. He eventually married and immigrated to Canada via Israel.< Less
Gustave Loiseau: Paintings By Daniel Coenn
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Gustave Loiseau was a French Post-Impressionist painter, remembered above all for his landscapes and scenes of Paris streets. His paintings, revealing his passion for the seasons from the beginning... More > of spring to the harvests later in the autumn, often depict the same orchard or garden scene as time goes by. Series of this kind, which also include cliffs, harbors or churches, are reminiscent of Claude Monet. Although Loiseau did not complete many portraits, he often painted people at work together with their boats, villagers leaving a Sunday service in Brittany or arriving at the market in Pont-Aven, or even carriages in Paris driving across the Place de la Bastille and the Étoile. He is also remembered for his paintings of Paris streets such as the Rue de Clignancourt or the Avenue de Fiedland. From the 1920s, he painted many still-lifes. His overall approach, rather than being associated with any particular theory, is simply an attempt to represent scenes as sincerely as possible.< Less
Through my grandfather's eyes By Leah Zylbering
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The author was born in 1920 in Bodsanov, a small town near Warsaw Poland, and describes in great detail the social and economic life during the 2nd World War in Europe and Central Asia. He writes... More > about the German occupation that brought a curfew and forced labor. Fleeing across the border to Russia resulted in being put on a train to Northern Siberia and working in a labor camp (Gulag) on very little food. He then took a boat trip west on the Vela Morski canal towards the Caspian Sea with many stops and adventures along the way including having a love affair with a Georgian girl. Because of German army advances, Polish Jews were told to leave. Fleeing once again, he traveled to Siberia to work on rail lines that had been bombed. Then he volunteered for the Polish army and was put into a "sanitary batallion" which brought him deep into Germany. Upon being released from the army, he returned home to search for survivors. He eventually married and immigrated to Canada via Israel.< Less
Almost There My Paperback Book By Gerard Oosterman
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If life is a journey, this Author’s search for the purpose of it started 3am at his birth in Holland on the 7th of August 1940. World War 2 was in full swing. Some 15 years later his parents... More > with their children followed the huge European exodus by boat to a distant sun-drenched Australia. After a difficult adjustment there, he questioned if the migrant’s dream of own home on a forlorn suburban lot was inspiring enough The outrageous seduction by his voluminous Maltese landlady while watching Bonanza on the b/w TV might well have been the spark that ignited future creativity. After his tumultuous early adulthood had settled, he found his future wife in arctic Finland. She helped him carve out a niche in his many artistic endeavors. Soon, three children came about followed by a fantastic vasectomy. This book is about hope, survival, and the overcoming of all. Through many delightful vignettes, this memoire gives a humorous account of a life well lived.< Less
Brunswick County The Best of the Beaches By J. C. Judah
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Brunswick County: The Best of the Beaches Visit the beaches of charming Brunswick County, North Carolina. Enjoy over 100 photographs of the shoreline, shrimp boats, fishermen, churches,... More > sunbathers, landscape, and special destinations of southeastern North Carolina. Enjoy your virtual visit to the Brunswick beaches long after the salt air has soothed your soul in Southport, Oak Island, Holden Beach, Varnamtown, Ocean Isle or Sunset Beach. "A riveting journey through the Brunswick Isles. A geat book to remind you of a wonderful vacation spot." Don McCauley, ICM, PC, CH. Author of Learn to Live a Life Without Problems. "Very informative and interesting facts coupled with great photographs to bring back the treasured memories and good times of the Brunswick beaches." Richard Triebe, Author of A Rising Tide & Port Royal. "This book preserves the sense of salt air and personal joys experienced at the Brunswick County beaches." Edith Edwards, Author of The Ghost at Turle Nest.< Less

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