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DRINKWATER By Ron Wing
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Mix a prison break with a hurricane, a crumbling dam, a camping trip, a waterfall, a rope bridge, and a town whose inhabitants are awaiting some arrivals and you have all the ingredients for one... More > hellava story! When two killers escape from an inescapable prison, they end up in an unknown town with deadly inhabitants. Given a chance at immortality, the killers agree to perform an act of revenge for the benefit of the town’s residents. Their targets – who else but Skip Olsen and Scooter McCray! Having escaped the ravages of a flood, the two boys along with Doc and his beautiful sister Annie, find themselves in Drinkwater, a town not found on any map! There they meet Sheriff Durni. He reveals that for them to escape Drinkwater they must perform a deed of the highest order, defeat two men … in an arranged shootout … at the O.K. Corral! A Bay Hollow Thriller like no other. You’ll wince, you’ll cringe, you’ll smile, and you may even find a tear in your eye on occasion. You will not, however, be disappointed!< Less
Preludes 1921-1922 By John Drinkwater
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Poems, 1908-1919 By John Drinkwater
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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: John Drinkwater (1 June 1882 – 25 March 1937) was an... More > English poet and dramatist.Drinkwater was born in Leytonstone, London, and worked as an insurance clerk. In the period immediately before the First World War he was one of the group of poets associated with the Gloucestershire village of Dymock, along with Rupert Brooke and others.In 1918 he had his first major success with his play Abraham Lincoln. He followed it with others in a similar vein, including Mary Stuart and Oliver Cromwell. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Drinkwater_(playwright)< Less
Oliver Cromwell: A Play By John Drinkwater
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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: John Drinkwater (born 1957 in Suffolk) American music writer.... More > Working for the BBC, he wrote the theme tune and incidental music for the award-winning children's drama series Dodgem. He was musical director for The Bootleg Beatles from 1993–1995. He made a major contribution to the Facing the Radio project (awarded the Radio Academy BT Award in 1995) and to Settling the Score. His technological research includes musicDNA, an ontology and interface for mapping and navigating the musical universe, and the related iPhone app, musicGPS. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Drinkwater_(musician,_technologist)< Less
The History of the Great Siege of Gibraltar By John Drinkwater
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The fullest account of the Great Siege of Gibraltar written by Capt John Drinkwater. The most definitive guide to what life in Gibraltar was like during this time.
Into the Dark By Catherine Drinkwater
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When Megan decides to step out on her marriage, she did not expect her flirts would end up destroying everything she ever had. After only a few weeks, she finds herself trapped in the middle of a web... More > spun from lies and lust. Franklin, a married art broker, is one of Megan’s first extramarital encounters. The problem is, Franklin isn’t really married, and his feelings for Megan grow much stronger than they should be. Franklin begins to follow Megan around, and when he finds out that she is not the single nurse she had pretended to be online, he decides to “free” Megan from her unhappy marriage and make her his. Franklin kidnaps Megan from her home, but the love story does not unfold the way he had planned. Instead, it turns into a nightmare drenched with blood and violence, from which death seems to be the only escape.< Less
How to Sell at a Convention By Megs Drinkwater
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Ever wanted to sell at a convention? No idea where to start? Here is a quick guide of things to think about and questions to ask before committing to a stall. Written for the Australian convention... More > circuit, it easily translates worldwide with lots of practical tips for large scale conventions, and even smaller scale markets.< Less
The Miracle of Penelope Jane & Other Stories By Lesley Drinkwater
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At last—at long last—here is the return of the short story. Collections of short stories, as a genre in their own right, have long since disappeared from publication in the UK. Here then... More > is a book of short stories to take its rightful place in popular literature. The offerings presented in this collection are extremely varied in content—ranging from poignant family experiences, unusual romantic introductions and associated intrigues, through to true paranormal experiences and even bizarre medical experiments on dead people. In fact there is something to appeal to everyone, especially those readers who seek a lively imagination, minute observation and a keen sense of the irony of the human condition.< Less
The Miracle of Penelope Jane & Other Stories By Lesley Drinkwater
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At last—at long last—here is the return of the short story. Collections of short stories, as a genre in their own right, have long since disappeared from publication in the UK. Here then... More > is a book of short stories to take its rightful place in popular literature. The offerings presented in this collection are extremely varied in content—ranging from poignant family experiences, unusual romantic introductions and associated intrigues, through to true paranormal experiences and even bizarre medical experiments on dead people. In fact there is something to appeal to everyone, especially those readers who seek a lively imagination, minute observation and a keen sense of the irony of the human condition.< Less
Both Sides of the Fence By Lesley Drinkwater
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Historically, the ordinary people of Northern England were no strangers to poverty and deprivation. Faced with an economic downturn, their resilience, innovation and positive outlook invariably won... More > through—and was largely achieved by sheer family cohesion. By contrast, genteel folk faced with a penury situation were unprotected from the realities of life and were usually too independent and proud to accept any form of charity. Crossing the geographical boundary to the great metropolis and beyond immediately opens up new vistas—a wider social mix, cultural, monetary, intellectual and academic. All were fair game to the ever-watchful eyes and ears of our intrepid juvenile observer, from the early thirties to the end of World War II. Throughout this period he had lived in ten different homes before finally reaching his present abode in a western suburb of London.< Less

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