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Secondary Communities By John Reardon
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“Every society defines its bonds of belonging, but such bonds do not always extinguish the desire people have to combine together with those like them in a social bond [...] The belonging of... More > fact cannot satisfy us, since it does not allow our relation with others to be founded on what is, according to the choice we make, most important for us. We are complete only outside ourselves, in the human plenitude of an assembly, but we become complete only if, as we gather together, we do so in a way that responds to our intimate demands […] to the extent that we no longer want to be disfigured and ridiculous in our own eyes…" (Georges Bataille, The Absence of Myth, 1994, Verso) This project builds a community of interest around a discourse of art and democracy and is formed of the kinds of affective energy and bonds that are at the core of much of what currently passes for my work< Less
Birth to Reunion By John 'Ducksy' Reardon
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The Pieces of Mind were a popular group, from Newport, South Wales in the 1960s. This book looks at my early life; how I started playing guitars in groups, in the early 60s and went on to form the... More > Pieces of Mind, in 1963, with a childhood friend. 50 years later, in 2013, I organised a reunion of most of the group members who played in the different versions of the group. The trials and tribulations I faced, in the months leading up to the gig, were outweighed by the extreme pleasure I got in seeing all my old friends playing on stage to numerous other old friends in the packed audience.< Less
A Christian Study Guide for Atlas Shrugged By Dr. Judy Barrett
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A Christian Study Guide for Atlas Shrugged is designed to help explore the concepts of Ayn Rand's signature novel. Thought-provoking questions, and answers allow the guide to be used by groups, as a... More > home school study or by the individual. Although the guide is meant to be used as a help to understand the book, the answer key/discussion guide may be read independently by those who wish to gain a quick Christian perspective without reading all the material.< Less
A Christian Study Guide for Atlas Shrugged By Dr. Judy Barrett
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"When the righteous triumph, there is great elation, but when the wicked rise to power, men go into hiding." Prov. 28:12 (NIV) Atlas Shrugged is a controversial piece of literature, written... More > by a former Russian citizen, Ayn Rand, warning us about the dangers of political thinking. This guide is designed to help understand the arguments presented and how they apply in a Christian context. Use it as an individual, as home schoolers, or in a group and explore what many believe to be a message for today.< Less
Unwritten Connections: Deemed Corruption By Amy Shannon
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Dr. Raina Markum has been a constant target for her ex-husband, John Reardon. This time, she’s been accused of murder … the murder of John Reardon. Last year, Reardon’s head was... More > found, with no suspects in sight. This year, some how, the FBI found the evidence that links Dr. Markum to his murder. In a public arrest, the town debates among themselves on her guilt or innocence. Even when she’s released, she’s treated in a way that she never expected. Raina falls into a deep depression as those around her scramble to prove her innocence. Whether it’s a rally for her sanity or stability, Raina doubts herself and her own worth. Meanwhile, other’s relationships are taken to a whole new level but will the impending trial put a damper on the happiness of the town?< Less
Terms of Surrender By Ian Kennedy Martin
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In Italy, the war is ending in a confusion of violence, politics and loyalties. In Geneva a twenty-year, deep friendship between Americans John Reardon and Harry Anders, an international oil tycoon... More > and fixer, is about to be tested. Anders, whose health is failing, has a soldier son last heard of in battles around Umbria. He’s now missing. Reardon makes the decision to journey into the maelstrom of a collapsing nation and find the answer to the missing son, captured or a deserter, or dead. He will fall in with another on a similar quest, a beautiful German girl obsessed by a shot down Luftwaffe pilot. In this new, forced, dangerous opportunity to examine his own sheltered, uneventful life as a privileged American Reardon must also look into the motives and credibility of his travelling companion, soon turned lover. In the end the reasons for her own search will turn out to be far more complex than he could ever have imagined.< Less
Gringo Gold By Hal Jons
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Clint Bellamy and Mex Juarez come across a wagon–train of Irish immigrants in the Amarillo Desert. Their gold cross had been stolen and they were lost, literally and metaphorically. Matt... More > Sullivan and Kathy Mullins leave the wagon–train to accompany Clint and Mex in pursuit of the cross, but trouble starts when Reardon and Kelly trail along. They want to possess both the cross and the beautiful, teenaged Kathy, neither of which goes down well with her devoted partner, Matt. When the pards hit town Matt is found holding the knife that killed Reardon and he looks set to hang. But Matt knows that only Kathy’s hand could have wielded the knife - he stays silent so that she won’t end up dangling on the end of a rope. The pards have to prove Matt innocent, hampered by the actions of Gabe Dance’s gang and the machinations of Red Carlson, a lecherous woman–beater. Meanwhile, wanted outlaw, Mose Belman, posing as a blameless priest, steers a crafty course with the cross towards the ultimate reward.< Less
A Fox Family History (paperback) By Kevin A. Fox
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A FOX FAMILY HISTORY: Family History and Genealogy for the Descendants of Archer and Mabel Fox of Wilton, New Hampshire Although the principal audience of the book will be the descendants of Archer... More > and Mabel Fox, it should be of interest to all Foxes descended from Thomas Foxe of Concord and other early New England Foxe immigrants. The book provides an accurate history of the Fox family, from Thomas’s birth in London in 1619 to the present. In addition to the well-documented Fox lineage, the book recounts all we know about the author’s maternal forbears of both Swiss (Weibel /Steinman) and Irish (Reardon/Higgins/Murphy) ancestry. The first 300 years’ history of this Fox family in America is assimilated from various sources. Questions regarding Thomas Foxe’s English roots, his first wife Rebecca’s real surname (not “Wheat”), his possible kinship to Thomas Foxe of Cambridge and Richard Foxe of Glastonbury, and our alleged descent from the martyrologist John Foxe, are discussed.< Less
A Fox Family History By Kevin A. Fox
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A FOX FAMILY HISTORY: Family History and Genealogy for the Descendants of Archer and Mabel Fox of Wilton, New Hampshire Although the principal audience of the book will be the descendants of Archer... More > and Mabel Fox, it should be of interest to all Foxes descended from Thomas Foxe of Concord and other early New England Foxe immigrants. The book provides an accurate history of the Fox family, from Thomas’s birth in London in 1619 to the present. In addition to the well-documented Fox lineage, the book recounts all we know about the author’s maternal forbears of both Swiss (Weibel /Steinman) and Irish (Reardon/Higgins/Murphy) ancestry. The first 300 years’ history of this Fox family in America is assimilated from various sources. Questions regarding Thomas Foxe’s English roots, his first wife Rebecca’s real surname (not “Wheat”), his possible kinship to Thomas Foxe of Cambridge and Richard Foxe of Glastonbury, and our alleged descent from the martyrologist John Foxe, are discussed.< Less