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StaleBacon - Stomach Caterpillars By Kevin Coulston
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Stomach Caterpillars is a collection of various comic strips originally published on the popular webcomic StaleBacon between 2009 and 2012.
Big Cat By Jack Churchill
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It's on the prowl and it's no pussycat. Big Cat is an action-adventure comedy thriller with a predatory twist. An escaped black panther on a killing spree roams the hills leafy hills of... More > London’s Stockbroker Belt, but who is the hunter and who is the hunted? Rosie Flinn is fed up with people looking down on her because she's "Just a dog warden.” This female sleuth is on a mission to prove them wrong, one that will change her life. Faith and Henry Olembe, a Ghanaian housemaid and her gardener brother, believe the animal is a spirit of the forest incarnate, sent to destroy those who would desecrate it. Hunter Bob Coulston is not the spiritual type, but wants to prove that he and his tiger tracker grandfather were right about big cats living in the wilds of Britain. This unlikely team comes together in an attempt to achieve what the British Army, Surrey police, and hundreds of beer-swilling bounty hunters cannot do. They set out to stop the man-eater before it can kill again.< Less
Enos Jones 2011 Edition By Jim Schneider
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Enos Jones of Augusta County, Virginia, was the son of Robert Jones & Anne Coulston of the Welsh settlement of Gwyndd in what is today Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. They were Friends or... More > Quakers if you prefer, as were the majority of the first settlers of Gwyndd, fleeing from the religious intolerance of 17th Century England. These early Quakers were soon joined by a host of 18th Century settlers from Germany, France, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England who also contributed their unique heritage to the growth of our country’s culture. They were quickly followed by others from almost every corner of the world. Around the time of the American Revolution, Enos Jones and his wife Lydia, daughter of Palatine Germans, packed up their family and, along with Lydia’s brothers, made their way west into the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. The following generations moved on west in search of new lands to farm stopping in Ross County, Ohio, then Linn County, Iowa, and finally in Page County, Iowa where the tale ends.< Less

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