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And So Forth By Antonino d'Este
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The love and family and friends offers the most direct road to contentment.
Forth of July By Henry Gould
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FORTH OF JULY is a long poem, in which homesick Henry follows a mysterious Bluejay into the interior.
Forth of July By Henry Gould
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FORTH OF JULY is a long poem in three books (Stubborn Grew, The Grassblade Light, July) in which a homesick Henry follows a mysterious Bluejay into the interior.
Forth and Three By andrew lucas
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A down on his luck gambler dodges his Russian Bookie.
Going Forth By Clive K Semmens
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It's 2024, on a timeline that diverged from yours in the late 1970s. In 1990, in Pawns, Pete was in his mid-twenties. He's now nearly sixty. Little Mikey is one of his grandchildren. Life is very... More > different now almost everyone in the world is gone, but for Mikey, it's just how life is - until his family decides it has to undertake a huge expedition.< Less
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Jewel By Julie Forth
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Our daughter, Ruby, was born with a life-limiting syndrome. In the 15 years of her life, we all experienced joy, love, pain and frustration. These poems are a tribute to her life and her love of... More > life.< Less
Seizing the Forts: A novel of the Revolutionary War on Lake Champlain By Dan Forth
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This novel of the Revolutionary War on Lake Champlain puts you in the middle of the exciting first months of action on the lake as bands of American volunteers seize Fort Ticonderoga from the British... More > and then take the war north into Canada. It is nautical fiction, a story of ships and small boats and brave men challenging the mightiest empire in the world. This is the first book of a series set in the first year of the Revolution along the traditional lake and river passageways between the American settlements along the Hudson River and the British forces north of the lake. The hero is just who he should be: a young man who finds himself and his country in the confusion and danger of a stirring time in American history.< Less