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For the Cause. By Stanley J. Weyman
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For the Cause By Stanley John Weyman
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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: Stanley John Weyman (7 August 1855 - 10 April 1928) was an... More > English novelist sometimes referred to as the "Prince of Romance".Weyman (pronounced "why-man") was born at Ludlow, Shropshire. The second son of a solicitor, he was educated at Shrewsbury School, and at Christ Church, Oxford. He took his degree in modern history in 1877, and was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in 1881, joining the Oxford circuit.He practised as a barrister for eight years until, in 1889, he wrote his first novel entitled The House of the Wolf. This was followed over the following two decades by the novels which were to make his reputation, among them historical romances set amidst the turmoil of 16th and 17th century France. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_J._Weyman< Less
Cause of the Will By Donald Welch
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Cause of the Will is truly a testament to the lives that farmed and milled “the Hill”, to the times that shaped a community, and ultimately, this great nation. It is an extremely fun... More > jaunt through the woods and valley’s of a small piece of America, replete with the pictures, tales, fables and the soul of one who calls this part of the world, “home”. An "old Vermonter” attempts to bring you up to speed on “how it used to be” around here; growing up in Duxbury, Vermont. The narration is truly a man, all grown up now, desperately trying to make us all see and feel what he did as a child, a boy, a young man. Don does a great job capturing that voice, in fact, those voices that make Cause of the Will more than just an impressive collection of old pictures and quaint facts. Thanks for making sure we all never forget what a truly special and unique place Crossett Hill is.< Less
Cause of the Will By Donald Welch
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Cause of the Will is truly a testament to the lives that farmed and milled “the Hill”, to the times that shaped a community, and ultimately, this great nation. It is an extremely fun... More > jaunt through the woods and valley’s of a small piece of America, replete with the pictures, tales, fables and the soul of one who calls this part of the world, “home”. An "old Vermonter” attempts to bring you up to speed on “how it used to be” around here; growing up in Duxbury, Vermont. The narration is truly a man, all grown up now, desperately trying to make us all see and feel what he did as a child, a boy, a young man. Don does a great job capturing that voice, in fact, those voices that make Cause of the Will more than just an impressive collection of old pictures and quaint facts. Thanks for making sure we all never forget what a truly special and unique place Crossett Hill is.< Less
For the cause By Stephen Ward
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The inevitable link between the internet and terrorism becomes evermore real in this thought provoking tale of a young mans search for his destiny.........
For the cause By Stephen Ward
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The inevitable link between the internet and terrorism becomes evermore real in this thought provoking tale of a young mans search for his destiny.........
The Complete LOST CAUSE Quarterly By Lost Cause Publishing Group
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From the fall of 2005 to the spring of 2007 LOST CAUSE PUBLISHING GROUP produced a quarterly anthology of fiction. That publication was the backbone of LCPG and the lifeblood of dozens of unknown... More > and established authors alike. This anthology collects all 115 stories from the 84 different authors including the previously unavailable Spring 2007 issue.The works collected here run the gamut from abstract fantasy to intensely introspective and all points in between.< Less
The Complete LOST CAUSE Quarterly By Lost Cause Publishing Group
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From the fall of 2005 to the spring of 2007 LOST CAUSE PUBLISHING GROUP produced a quarterly anthology of fiction. That publication was the backbone of LCPG and the lifeblood of dozens of unknown... More > and established authors alike. This anthology collects all 115 stories from the 84 different authors including the previously unavailable Spring 2007 issue.The works collected here run the gamut from abstract fantasy to intensely introspective and all points in between.< Less
Cause of All Causes By James Marinero
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The terrorist Abu ben-Zhair is on the cusp of realising his vision to destroy the West and cow the East, thereby succeeding in his avowed ‘Cause of All Causes’ to establish a Caliphate... More > which rules half the world. In this terror thriller, Steve Baldwin is sent into Algeria with only Ellie Williams (MI6) to support him – and GCHQ hackers to guide them. The gritty covert action and espionage moves from Gibraltar to Algeria – and onward across the Atlantic Ocean. Ben-Zhair has identified one critical point on the earth’s surface where one determined terrorist with resources and imagination can trigger disaster on a global scale – and he has the weapon for this purpose. In the murky world of counter-intelligence, trust is a tradable commodity and the Geo-political turf wars continue while ben-Zhair moves towards his climactic attack on the US and Europe. Action and adventure moves to a terrifying close and the international political maneuvering continues – up to the very last seconds.< Less
Fighting for the Cause, Writing for the Cause By Douglas Saylor, Douglas Saylor
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A collection of diaries and writings from the Civil War era. The Howe and Pepoon families of Ohio and Nebraska shared ideology and ties of marriage. These never before published diaries shed light... More > on liberal thought in the mid-nineteenth century.< Less