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Ember of a New World By Tom Watson
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Ember of the Great River people was a carefree young woman living in a small tribe in prehistoric Germany when a sign from the gods sends her on an epic quest to the ends of the world, where the Sun... More > sets! Armed with only her fishing spear, obsidian dagger, and a keen mind, she faces Raiders, relentless hunters, human sacrifice, wolves and a struggle against nature for her very life as she learns what it means to be a warrior and to truly live. Well researched and highly descriptive, Ember of a New World is an inspiring coming-of-age story featuring a strong female protagonist and set in the early Neolithic period of prehistoric Europe, 7500 years ago. Clothing, weapons, rituals, and daily life are described in detail as the reader is transported to wild tribal Europe.< Less
Ember of Life By Tom Watson
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Ember thought she had found a home when an attack upon her new village causes her to leave for the True South, a land where the warm winds always blow. She carries with her a magical necklace of... More > fertility and the hopes of many people. From shark attacks, ritual sacrifice, and assassination, to finding love and the struggle to help an embattled high priestess save her people from a relentless enemy, Ember is in for one exciting adventure in the warm lands of Anatolia! Set in the early Neolithic period of prehistoric Europe, 7500 years ago, Ember of Life follows the continuing story of Ember the Warrior and Brig’dha the Priestess as they head for new lands in Anatolia, near modern day Turkey. Ancient mud brick cities, exotic rituals, a deadly priestess, a complex plot, beautiful landscapes, and even romance await her!< Less
Ember of a New World By Tom Watson
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Ember of the Great River people was a carefree young woman living in a small tribe in prehistoric Germany when a sign from the gods sends her on an epic quest to the ends of the world, where the Sun... More > sets! Armed with only her fishing spear, obsidian dagger, and a keen mind, she faces Raiders, relentless hunters, human sacrifice, wolves and a struggle against nature for her very life as she learns what it means to be a warrior and to truly live. Well researched and highly descriptive, Ember of a New World is an inspiring coming-of-age story featuring a strong female protagonist and set in the early Neolithic period of prehistoric Europe, 7500 years ago. Clothing, weapons, rituals, and daily life are described in detail as the reader is transported to wild tribal Europe.< Less
Ember of Life By Tom Watson
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Ember thought she had found a home when an attack upon her new village causes her to leave for the True South, a land where the warm winds always blow. She carries with her a magical necklace of... More > fertility and the hopes of many people. From shark attacks, ritual sacrifice, and assassination, to finding love and the struggle to help an embattled high priestess save her people from a relentless enemy, Ember is in for one exciting adventure in the warm lands of Anatolia! Set in the early Neolithic period of prehistoric Europe, 7500 years ago, Ember of Life follows the continuing story of Ember the Warrior and Brig’dha the Priestess as they head for new lands in Anatolia, near modern day Turkey. Ancient mud brick cities, exotic rituals, a deadly priestess, a complex plot, beautiful landscapes, and even romance await her!< Less
Clovis (the Invention of France) By L. N. Apple
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Clovis drove the Goths from Gaul. But like the broom sweeps dirt, lost money and earrings, all, without regard, so the aboriginals, savages, gypsies, barbarians and fairies were swept away or... More > absorbed and reinvented as well. The story carries the myth of Nadeus and the Polder of the Nether Lands, another step. Nadeus exhausted his years teaching the Holly and the Oak, the ancient traditions of the matriarchy. This prepared them for the day when urgency required them ‘be like unto the enemy’ in strength determination and courage, and unlike them in their colossal moral idiocy. Altogether, a strange book, subversive culturally, it remains nonetheless an attempt to put to the test a different perspective upon what we know with certainty, we know almost nothing.< Less
The Wolf and the Raven By Diana L. Paxson
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It is the fifth century, and the Germanic tribes are pushing westward toward the world of Rome. In the forest of the Teutons, Sigfrid works at the forge and runs with the wolves. In the Taunus... More > mountains, Brunhild trains with the Walkyriun, the witch-warriors who serve the tribes. Both find a father in Wodan, the ambiguous god of magic and madness who is guiding the tribes into a new world. Wodan helps Sigfrid forge a legendary sword and become a hero. With his guidance, Brunhild becomes a raven priestess. But Sigfrid’s first great deed leaves him without a family, and when Brunhild obeys the god instead of her superiors, she is cast out. Their only hope of happiness lies together, but more than their own lives will be changed when the wolf and the raven fall in love . . .< Less
The Vision of Antje Baumann: Dutch Resistance to Nazi Terror By Laurence Power
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It is May 1940 in Holland. As the Baumann family realizes that Hitler’s war has suddenly become their war, sirens begin blaring as a squadron of airplanes flies over Oosterbeek. Antje, Gerrit,... More > and Cornelis Baumann are too young to understand what is happening around them. All they know is that they feel powerless as they watch their father cry. As the Germans invade, the Baumanns strive to maintain a quiet life. But as war comes to their street and doorstep, they soon recognize that keeping a low profile is not an option. Antje, Gerrit, and Cornelis each respond in their own way to their new crisis. Just as the French and Belgian armies surrender to the Nazis, little Antje loses her sight, prompting a chain of events that causes all the Baumanns to realize that surviving as a family in a land of mayhem and death is a greater challenge than they ever imagined. In this historical novel, a Dutch family struggles to endure the chaos of war after Holland is invaded by the Nazis.< Less
Rodenbach to Rodenbough By Charles D. Rodenbough
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In 1891, retired Union General Theophilus Francis Rodenbough published a genealogy about his extended family which he called "Autumn Leaves From Family Trees." About six generations have... More > passed and the access to broader ranges of research, particularly using the computer, have made possible this update of the General's work For the author it has been the accumulated work of about 60 years. He has expanded the sources and has investigated families who, particularly at the time of emigration, were associated with the Rodenbach/Rodenbough family. This expands the story to a study of a particular category of German immigration to America and its roots in Europe. The Rodenbach/Rodenbough family is covered in 4 generations in Germany and 10 in America. Eleven allied families including: Rockefeller, Hockenberry, Brown, Shatwell, Teel, Letsch, Cline, Silverthorne, Major, Okeson, and Albertson are covered in multiple generations and there are 20 Genealogical charts, mostly German in origin and over 55 illustrations.< Less
More War Stories! By Murray Coffey
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More War Stories! takes the reader to the author’s beginnings in the small town of Myrtle, Mississippi, where his interest in the military and military history was started by his three uncles... More > who were all World War I veterans with many stories to tell. It is the story of a soldier going from ROTC and getting an education to going into the service, and experiencing all sorts of specialized training, to combat in Europe in World War II while serving most of the time in the Eighty-Ninth Infantry Division. There are lots of war stories. After the war came service in the Occupation Army. Later came service in the reserves, a near miss on the Korean War, then completing an education and building a career after the war.< Less
Travels with Gerry -- Blues Booze Cruise By John Oakley
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One of five short stories about a Rhine tour by two ex-pat Brits struggling with language, homophobia and a fatally-flawed sense of direction.

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