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The Ivory Tower By d'Artagnan Rene
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Brian English is the whimsical, stoic center of the mysterious and deceptively named US Department of Statistics, Section 3. Armed with the dubious Ivory Tower (a psychosomatic torture device) and... More > accompanied by his melancholy yet outgoing friend Frank Harper, he sets out to make the world a better place in his own unconventional and, perhaps, unintentionally cruel way. LARGE PRINT!< Less
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Brian English is the whimsical, stoic center of the mysterious and deceptively named US Department of Statistics, Section 3. Armed with the dubious Ivory Tower (a psychosomatic torture device) and... More > accompanied by his melancholy yet outgoing friend Frank Harper, he sets out to make the world a better place in his own unconventional and, perhaps, unintentionally cruel way.< Less
The Ivory Tower By d'Artagnan Rene
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Brian English is the whimsical, stoic center of the mysterious and deceptively named US Department of Statistics, Section 3. Armed with the dubious Ivory Tower (a psychosomatic torture device) and... More > accompanied by his melancholy yet outgoing friend Frank Harper, he sets out to make the world a better place in his own unconventional and, perhaps, unintentionally cruel way. LARGE PRINT!< Less
Lancashire Hotpot By Robin Drinkall
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The novel "Lancashire Hotpot" is written using a blunt style of Lancashire humour to help people understand a mysterious message concealed within a book called The Labyrinth (1956). The... More > Labyrinth was written by SS Brigadefuhrer Walter Schellenberg after his interrogation at one of the properties owned by the Duke of Bedfordshire in the UK and during a time of imprisonment following his role as a witness at the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal. Schellenberg died from liver disease on 31st March 1952 at the "Fornaca clinica" in Turin, Italy. The book contains his memoirs that were later published by Pyramid books in English under a new title called "Hitler´s Secret Service". However, the Labyrinth may also be a secret key to past and future Nazi crimes that are only visible by reading "between the lines". (On the surface everything appears to be logically explainable but by digging a bit deeper the logically explainable becomes challenged by the laws of coincidence).< Less
Lancashire Hotpot By Robin Drinkall
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The novel "Lancashire Hotpot" is written using a blunt style of Lancashire humour to help people understand a mysterious message concealed within a book called The Labyrinth (1956). The... More > Labyrinth was written by SS Brigadefuhrer Walter Schellenberg after his interrogation at one of the properties owned by the Duke of Bedfordshire in the UK and during a time of imprisonment following his role as a witness at the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal. Schellenberg died from liver disease on 31st March 1952 at the "Fornaca clinica" in Turin, Italy. The book contains his memoirs that were later published by Pyramid books in English under a new title called "Hitler´s Secret Service". However, the Labyrinth may also be a secret key to past and future Nazi crimes that are only visible by reading "between the lines". (On the surface everything appears to be logically explainable but by digging a bit deeper the logically explainable becomes challenged by the laws of coincidence).< Less
El Hombre de las Mil Caras By Benjamin De La Selva
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Eight short stories in both Spanish and English. The multicultural and cosmopolitan life experience of the author shows up in the stories presented in this book. In “Aurora” and... More > “The Fountain of Youth,” he writes in the magical and occult literary genre that is shared by many Latin American writers, and in “The Man with a Thousand Faces” and “Boarding School” he tells two brief tales about life in his native Nicaragua in a realistic and humorous vein that would definitely appeal to both US and Latin American readers. “The Front Line Interrogator” is the product of the author’s own military experience in Vietnam, as he shows how US Army interrogators and their Vietnamese detainees attempt to outwit each other. In “The Arabic Student” he makes an interesting effort to portray the life of an American-born Hispanic student who, against his will, has been assigned to a lengthy course of intensive study of one of the world’s most difficult languages and how he copes with the situation.< Less
El Hombre de las Mil Caras By Benjamin De La Selva
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Eight short stories in both Spanish and English. The multicultural and cosmopolitan life experience of the author shows up in the stories presented in this book. In “Aurora” and... More > “The Fountain of Youth,” he writes in the magical and occult literary genre that is shared by many Latin American writers, and in “The Man with a Thousand Faces” and “Boarding School” he tells two brief tales about life in his native Nicaragua in a realistic and humorous vein that would definitely appeal to both US and Latin American readers. “The Front Line Interrogator” is the product of the author’s own military experience in Vietnam, as he shows how US Army interrogators and their Vietnamese detainees attempt to outwit each other. In “The Arabic Student” he makes an interesting effort to portray the life of an American-born Hispanic student who, against his will, has been assigned to a lengthy course of intensive study of one of the world’s most difficult languages and how he copes with the situation.< Less