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The Losers Club By Jay Solomon
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Have you ever felt like a loser? Ian Peterson has. And it was the best thing that ever happened to him. Ian’s the new kid in the middle school of a suburban Colorado town. The Losers Club... More > follows him through his first difficult and exhilarating year at his new school. Along the way he creates the Losers Club (the most unexpectedly popular club in the school), tries to shed the secrets of his past, make new friends, and get his first girlfriend, all the while battling the school bully, the baseball coach and the principal. Join Ian as he changes himself, his friends and the entire school in Jay Solomon’s first novel, The Losers Club.< Less
Life of Saint Dominic By Henri Lacordaire
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The figure of Saint Dominic was one that inspired a legion of followers throughout the ages. The Black and White habit of his order clothed Saints Thomas Aquinas, Catherine of Siena, Albert, and... More > PiusV to name but a few. Fr. Lacordaire brings to us an introduction to the life of his own spiritual father, and does so with the simplicity and erudition of a true Friar Preacher.< Less
The Gathering of Brother Hilarius By Michael Fairless
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FAIRLESS, MICHAEL (PSEUD. OF MARGARET FAIRLESS BARBER. The Gathering of Brother Hilarius. Published in London by John Murray, 1901. This author's uncommon first book is a tract focusing on the... More > Black Death. Published (as were all her works) posthumously. The author died in 1901 at the age of 32. Her most famous book, a series of meditations entitled The Roadmender, was published in 1902.< Less
The Gathering of Brother Hilarius By Michael Fairless
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FAIRLESS, MICHAEL (PSEUD. OF MARGARET FAIRLESS BARBER. The Gathering of Brother Hilarius. Published in London by John Murray, 1901. This author's uncommon first book is a tract focusing on the... More > Black Death. Published (as were all her works) posthumously. The author died in 1901 at the age of 32. Her most famous book, a series of meditations entitled The Roadmender, was published in 1902.< Less
Suicide in Medieval Britain By Fazila Derya Agis
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This study analyses the wealth, occupations, age, and gender of the people who attempted to commit suicide in Medieval Britain. Moreover, these suicide acts were investigated legally, and written... More > records were kept. These records shed light on the personal and societal reasons for suicide and present some methods of committing suicide in Medieval Britain. These personal reasons include madness, leprosy, et cetera, and those societal reasons include poverty, moral restrictions and the consequent moral deviations from these moral values, such as nuns or priests who had lost their chastity, et cetera.< Less
A Tour of French History: From a Province of Rome to the Kingdom of France By Pierre D Bognon
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The first thirteen centuries in France saw a new religion, a new language, new learning institutions and the beginnings of a great nation. The region evolved from an amalgamation of warring Gallic... More > tribes to the most powerful kingdom in Europe and the secular arm of the Church of Rome. Much of these first centuries are unfairly regarded as The Dark Ages. There were, propitiously, redeeming periods of light during these times, strongly influenced by an ever-present Church and the will of extraordinary leaders. Many things we experience or hear about today and many places we visit are symbolic markers of the history of France during that period--they have been called "lieux de memoire." If you are not familiar with this history and these lieux, that should not prevent you from enjoying la belle France, but if you anchor your discovery in a historical context, your experience will be more profound and memorable. Hence this book.< Less
The Plain Princess By Tim Snodgrass
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In the idyllic kingdom of Arin-Moraine, baby girls were known far and wide to be delicate and beautiful. However, the first born daughter of the king and queen was exactly the opposite. To her... More > parents shock and dismay she looks nothing like the other women in her family…she is large and very plain. How would this revelation change the kingdom? How would the evil Brugarth of Kurthguard change the future for the quiet folk of Arin-Moraine? And what of the dangerous, verdant Toth Forest that would, by some unknown power, kill all who entered?< Less
Sticks To Lying By Rick Hill
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There's no such thing as an innocent childhood. Or adulthood. David Colline discovers there's more than coincidence involved when a childhood friend suddenly reappears in his life.
Sticks To Lying By Rick Hill
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There's no such thing as an innocent childhood. Or adulthood. David Colline discovers there's more than coincidence involved when a childhood friend suddenly reappears in his life.
Bridges to Burn By Jo Janoski
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Folks in Irma Daltrey's neighborhood are acting more and more suspiciously every day. Her next door neighbor invites a mysterious friend to visit, and across the street a strange trio has moved in,... More > toting cameras. Are they spying on the neighborhood or just engaging in gainful employment? Her life is in chaos beneath a mysterious veil of terrorism. All the while, Irma is left wondering if she is looking for love in all the wrong places.< Less