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Of Bodies Changed By Cliff James
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When Jackie travels to the South Downs in search of her childhood home, she uncovers a sinister secret lurking in the family closet. Her estranged brother, Chris, is her last remaining relative, but... More > he has been transformed into something unrecognisable by the ghosts of the past. In her journey to discover the truth, Jackie enters a strange world of free-loving heathens, environmental warriors and sadistic priests, where dragons dwell beneath the streets of northern towns and demons prowl on the edge of Avebury’s stone circle. A gothic tale of love, revenge and atonement, Of Bodies Changed is an odyssey through the ancient myths that echo the human experience.< Less
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CALENDAR-2012. PHOTO BEAUTIES.
My Calendar By Cheran Prudnikova
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CALENDAR-2012. PHOTO RUSSIAN BEAUTIES.
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Baldassare Cossa's Short Stories 1 By Baldassare Cossa
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Read TRUE STORIES about some of the most bizarre and depraved sex acts, crime, debauchery, filth and decadence that goes on in real life all around us every single day. The things we pretend to... More > ignore, we are forced by censorship, political correctness and the moral high ground to ignore - I write about here. No editors or censors in the way. You have friends like this. You have done things like this - and so have some of your family members. And you are all going to do it again and again - and so are your neighbours. Here it is, as we truly are - the worst filth and pornography and debauchery that can go on in our daily lives without upsetting the social order - unless we stand up and admit. Have fun and live life ;)< Less
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Betrayed by Loyalty By DON KWAN
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Damion “The Don” Carter and his crew are aided and abetted by the Brooklyn streets. The Bed-Stuy Street Family are engaged in a multifaceted orgy of criminal activity. For those that... More > enthusiastically followed this arrogant Brooklyn Street Family and their morally shameful activities for material rewards. For those who attempted to fight, the message was clear - Murder and other forms of intimidation would be utilized to assure the oppositions silence. This story takes place before all the glitz and glamour. Before “The Don” did it better than his last time. This is his gory street tale that propelled Damion Carter to the head of Brooklyn’s crime family. But all is not what it seems when everyone is betrayed by loyalty…..< Less
Land, Legacy and Lynching: Building the Future in Black America By MONICA DAVIS
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A century ago, the segregated South had a deep secret--black farmers owned the majority of farmland in the region. Then came the 1910 Census results along with an organized effort to drive black... More > farmers off the land. Through lynching and intimidation, and predatory use of federal farm loan programs, hundreds of thousands of black farmers, 90% of African-American farmers, were driven from the land through a 60 year orgy of lynching, murder, intimidation and theft. Many found refuge in factory towns and became middle class through factory work, especially in the auto industry. Others gathered in segregated ghettos in the nation's urban hell holes and continue to fuel the nation's prisons. Many claim the goal of federal farm policy is to drive family farmers out of business in favor of corporate agri-businesses.< Less
Land, Legacy and Lynching: Building the Future in Black America By MONICA DAVIS
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A century ago, the segregated South had a deep secret--black farmers owned the majority of farmland in the region. Then came the 1910 Census results along with an organized effort to drive black... More > farmers off the land. Through lynching and intimidation, and predatory use of federal farm loan programs, hundreds of thousands of black farmers, 90% of African-American farmers, were driven from the land through a 60 year orgy of lynching, murder, intimidation and theft. Many found refuge in factory towns and became middle class through factory work, especially in the auto industry. Others gathered in segregated ghettos in the nation's urban hell holes and continue to fuel the nation's prisons. Many claim the goal of federal farm policy is to drive family farmers out of business in favor of corporate agri-businesses.< Less