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The Crocodile's Son By Stephen Brooke
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Qala, once Queen of the Pirates, had retired, hoping only for a comfortable and peaceful country life for herself and her little demigod son. Any of us might wish for such things. But others had... More > their own plans. The boy’s relatives, an unruly family of deities, felt called upon to meddle in his upbringing — and one might just want him dead. Add to this the politics and intrigues of mortal men and women, and their penchant for falling in love, as well as her old crew who think Qala has hidden treasure somewhere about her estate. Kidnappings and quests, an adventure through the worlds of gods and of mortals, await Qala in Book One of The Crocodile Chronicles, THE CROCODILE’S SON.< Less
The Crocodile's Son By Stephen Brooke
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Qala, once Queen of the Pirates, had retired, hoping only for a comfortable and peaceful country life for herself and her little demigod son. Any of us might wish for such things. But others had... More > their own plans. The boy’s relatives, an unruly family of deities, felt called upon to meddle in his upbringing — and one might just want him dead. Add to this the politics and intrigues of mortal men and women, and their penchant for falling in love, as well as her old crew who think Qala has hidden treasure somewhere about her estate. Kidnappings and quests, an adventure through the worlds of gods and of mortals, await Qala in Book One of The Crocodile Chronicles, THE CROCODILE’S SON.< Less
Dombey and Son By Charles Dickens
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The story concerns Paul Dombey, the wealthy owner of the shipping company of the book's title, whose dream is to have a son to continue his business. The book begins when his son is born, and... More > Dombey's wife dies shortly after giving birth. Following the advice of Mrs Louisa Chick, his sister, Dombey employs a wet nurse named Mrs Richards (Toodle). Dombey already has a daughter, Florence, whom he neglects. One day, Mrs Richards, Florence and her maid, Susan Nipper, secretly pay a visit to Mrs Richard's house in Staggs's Gardens so that she can see her children. During this trip, Florence becomes separated and is kidnapped for a short time by Good Mrs Brown before being returned to the streets. She makes her way to Dombey and Son's offices in the City and is guided there by Walter Gay, an employee, who first introduces her to his uncle, the navigation instrument maker Solomon Gills, at his shop the Wooden Midshipman.< Less
The Son of Tarzan By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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The Son of Tarzan is a novel written by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the fourth in his series of books about the title character Tarzan. It was written between January 21 and May 11, 1915, and first... More > published in the magazine All-Story Weekly as a six-part serial from December 4, 1915 – January 8, 1916. It was first published in book form by A. C. McClurg & Co. in March, 1917 and has been reprinted numerous times since by various publishers.Alexis Paulvitch, a henchman of Tarzan's now-deceased enemy, Nikolas Rokoff, survived his encounter with the ape-man in The Beasts of Tarzan and wants to even the score. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Son_of_Tarzan Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
The Son of Tarzan By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Alexis Paulvitch, a henchman of Tarzan's now-deceased enemy, Nikolas Rokoff, survived his encounter with the ape-man in The Beasts of Tarzan and wants to even the score. He lures Jack, Tarzan's son,... More > away from London and into his clutches, but the youngster escapes with the help of the ape named Akut. The pair then flees into the deep African jungle where two decades earlier Tarzan himself had been raised. Jack Clayton, now on his own, becomes known as Korak the Killer and builds a reputation for himself in the jungle. Like his father before him, he finds his own place among the great apes, and also like his father, meets and rescues a beautiful young woman, Meriem, the daughter of a Captain in the French Foreign Legion, who was also a Prince (Prince de Cadrenet), named Armand Jacot. Arguably, the book is as much about Meriem, wife of Korak, as it is about Tarzan's son.< Less
The Sons of Ishmael By James C. Taylor
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This book is a must for those concerned with worldwide terrorism. Many people in America and Europe think of the Arabs - the Sons of Ishmael as spoken of in the Bible - and the religion of Islam as... More > a threat to their Western way of life. In this book, we investigate that belief by looking at those Sons of Ishmael: their beginning, their secular and biblical history, the beginning and development of the religion of Islam - and their possible connection to worldwide terrorism. We also look at the history of terrorism - along with the history and current activities of some specific terrorist groups including Hamas, Al Qaeda and Isis. We then pursue the causes of terrorism, some possible solutions to the problem - and finally, we take a look at the probable future of terrorism - including the issue of current and growing cyber-terrorism in the world around us.< Less
The Sons of Ishmael By James C. Taylor
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This book is a must for anyone concerned about worldwide terrorism. Many people in America and Europe think of the Arabs - the Sons of Ishmael as spoken of in the Bible - and the religion of Islam... More > as a threat to their Western way of life. In this book, we investigate that belief by looking at those Sons of Ishmael: their beginning, their secular and biblical history, the beginning and development of the religion of Islam - and their possible connection to worldwide terrorism. We also look at the history of terrorism - along with the history and current activities of some specific terrorist groups including Hamas, Al Qaeda and Isis. We then pursue the causes of terrorism, some possible solutions to the problem - and finally, we take a look at the probable future of terrorism - including the issue of current and growing cyber-terrorism in the world around us.< Less
And the Son Will Rise By Danielle Hircock
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And the son will rise is a true story of courage, hope and survival, following the experiences of 18-year-old Douglas Cumper of the 24th AIF (Australian Imperial Forces) battalion during the First... More > World War. Determined, venturesome and strong-spirited, Doug embarks on a perilous journey to the Western Front. Through confronting horrors of the front line, with his mates, he begins to question the value of life and how a turn of events can quickly tip the balance between life and death. With trepidation, his family back home in Australia anticipates his return, while Doug feels the weight of new challenges, as he is forced to leave the past behind, becoming responsible for those men under his leadership. And the son will rise demonstrates a great truth: that mateship is an anchor to the community of soldiers who share the goal of surviving, and returning home…< Less
The Murderer's Son By Joseph Herr
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On February 20th of 1967, Richard Herr plead guilty to the brutal murder of Grand Ledge houswife Betty Reynolds. From the moment the Eaton County, MI circuit court accepted his plea however, Richard... More > Herr has professed his innocence. In March of 2011, Richard Herr published a book titled Inside-Outside: to be continued in which he tells his story of the murder as well as how he was denied his day in court by the legal system and pressured into pleading guily. He continues to profess his innocence of the brutal crime as he leads the reader to other possible suspects. Joseph Herr, The Murderer's Son, investigates his father's story and reveals facts on the case and trial that have never been made public until now. He also tells his own story, detailing how being the murderer's son has effected his own life.< Less
The Murderer's Son By Joseph Herr
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On February 20th of 1967, Richard Herr plead guilty to the brutal murder of Grand Ledge houswife Betty Reynolds. From the moment the Eaton County, MI court accepted his plea however, Richard Herr... More > has professed his innocence. In March of 2011, Richard Herr published a book titled Inside-Outside: to be continued in which he tells his story of the murder as well as how he was denied his day in court by the legal system and pressured into pleading guily. He continues to profess his innocence of the brutal crime as he leads the reader to other possible suspects. Joseph Herr, The Murderer's Son, investigates his father's story and reveals facts on the case and trial that have never been made public until now. He also tells his own story, detailing how being the murderer's son has effected his own life.< Less

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