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Interlude By Zarius Larry-Dortch
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Zerse is a fourteen year old boy that was given a lot of power by powerful deities known as the Hierarchs. In his first trial as the Arbiter, he must stop giant insects and arachnids from having an... More > all out war.< Less
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Zerse is a fourteen year old boy that was given a lot of power by powerful deities known as the Hierarchs. In his first trial as the Arbiter, he must stop giant insects and arachnids from having an... More > all out war.< Less
THE INTERLUDE By Hezron Henry
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A compilation of poems from the pen of Caribbean poet Hezron Henry. With poems laced with realism, honesty and reflection, he invites the reader into his mind as his poems depict experiences and... More > perspectives of life intricately presented and unveiled in three acts. Act I: “The Interlude” speaks to a generation, inspiring liberation and a new perspective calling readers to be intellectually stimulated and seeks to inspire a movement of independent thinkers.< Less
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The First Interlude By M. Renee MacDowell
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Mojha Renee MacDowell has found personal gifts to support her through the emotional instabilities of being bi-polar. She finds life and the world around her a pleasurable place through her camera... More > lenses. Mojha’s form of poetry is unique to the woman she is. Through her images and words you will unearth a place of reassurance and serenity.< Less
The First Interlude By M. Renee MacDowell
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Mojha Renee MacDowell has found personal gifts to support her through the emotional instabilities of being bi-polar. She finds life and the world around her a pleasurable place through her camera... More > lenses. Mojha’s form of poetry is unique to the woman she is. Through her images and words you will unearth a place of reassurance and serenity.< Less
Italian Interlude By John Cheetham
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Memoir of capture in North Africa, life in two Italian prison camps, and escape and subsequent experiences while staying with an Italian family in rural Italy.
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Memoir of capture in North Africa, life in two Italian prison camps, and escape and subsequent experiences while staying with an Italian family in rural Italy.
The Amazing Interlude By Mary Roberts Rinehart
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About the Book- Mary Roberts Rinehart (August 12, 1876 – September 22, 1958) was an American writer, often called the American Agatha Christie, although her first mystery novel was published 14... More > years before Christie's.She is considered the source of the phrase "The butler did it", although she did not actually use the phrase. She is considered to have invented the "Had-I-But-Known" school of mystery writing. She also created a costumed supercriminal called "the Bat", who was cited by Bob Kane as one of the inspirations for his "Batman." -Wikipedia< Less
Interludes of Evil By Ric Jonsen
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There's a darkness infiltrating the city of Chicago. An evil presence has designs on the Windy City, and only Chicago detective Filton Sibley can stop it. But before it's over, he'll be changed in... More > ways he never imagined. He'll have done laundry. He'll have had indigestion from too many chili dogs. He'll be framed for murder - twice! But it gets worse than that. He'll lose more than he ever thought was possible as he fights through cases trying to get to the truth. From the depths of Chicago subways to the ledges of skyscraper penthouses; from Chicago to Alaska, to England, and the wilds of the jungle, he'll have to battle the villains trying to turn Chicago into a playground for evil. It's a good thing he loves stopping bad guys as much as he loves thick pizza and cool jazz...< Less