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Essential El Greco By Ann Kannings
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El Greco is one of the not many old masters who benefit from extensive fame. Like few others, he was rediscovered from darkness by an enthusiastic faction of 19-century collectors and critics, and... More > became one of the chosen members of the contemporary pantheon of great artists. For many later admirers, El Greco was both the archetypal Spaniard and a intellectual artist of the spirit. It was as a master who “felt the spiritual inner creation”.< Less
The Secret Kingdom By Otis Adelbert Kline & Allen S.
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Deep in a South American mountain hideaway lies a Secret Kingdom of Incas, descended from the race which Pizarro, the Spaniard, conquered. Into this realm Alfred Bell, scientist, finds himself... More > transported by the Inca's men, forever to remain. Here he finds his true love, Nona. But, Tupac, the High Priest, is betrothed to her. How will Bell rescue Nona from the evil clutches of Tupac and to escape from this Incan Kingdom? Illustrated.< Less
Mexico Vacation Handbook: The Mexico Travel Guide By Jerry Lester
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There aren't many cities in the entire world that are larger than Mexico City, Mexico. Nicknamed, the City of Palaces and with a population of about 20 million, Mexico City is a huge, cosmopolitan... More > city that sprawls over almost 3,700 square miles. It is located in a valley on top of a high plateau at about 7,350 feet above sea level. The place where the city rests was once Lake Texcoco. It seems to be a city of extremes and a dynamic place to visit. Most vacationers to Mexico City will be fascinated with the history of the city itself and of the circumstances in which it came to be. The Aztecs founded Mexico City in the year 1325 on a small island in the middle of Lake Texcoco. In order for it to continue to grow, the small island had to be enlarged artificially. The city came under siege by the Spaniards 200 years later and was almost completely destroyed. The Spaniards then rebuilt the city according to their designs, which is mostly what you see today in the old section of the town. GRAB A COPY TODAY!< Less
Al Andalus - A Trail of Discoveries. By MICHAEL CHARLES MIFSUD
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This book is unique in its own genre. It captures vivid and unforgettable images of a people who many find difficult to understand. They have been called the last anarchists of Europe, but few can... More > answer why. They are a law unto themselves yet aspire to be the first and last real Spaniards. The book digs deeply into the unexplored regions of the Andalucian psyche and provides valuable information about this strange and different people who will never be anything other than themselves. The author, who is an accomplished and longstanding published journalist, comes from the very sources that this book attempts to capture with stark and sometimes disturbing imagery. For those with a heart and a mind to follow in the realms of cultural history, this is a must.< Less
Al Andalus - A Trail of Discoveries. By MICHAEL CHARLES MIFSUD
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This book is unique in its own genre. It captures vivid and unforgettable images of a people who many find difficult to understand. They have been called the last anarchists of Europe, but few can... More > answer why. They are a law unto themselves yet aspire to be the first and last real Spaniards. The book digs deeply into the unexplored regions of the Andalucian psyche and provides valuable information about this strange and different people who will never be anything other than themselves. The author, who is an accomplished and longstanding published journalist, comes from the very sources that this book attempts to capture with stark and sometimes disturbing imagery. For those with a heart and a mind to follow in the realms of cultural history, this is a must.< Less
Riding for Her Life: Four Historical Romances By Doreen Milstead
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Cynthia The Spaniard & Diego Her Rancher - A woman’s father sends her off via a matchmaker to a man with a castle in New Mexico. Abandoned By The Wagon Train: A Story of Survival &... More > Faith -- is about a teacher who needs to find a new job because her schoolhouse is being torn down. Beth & the Wounded Warrior - A woman decides to go to Texas, along with her sister, to become the wife of a man who was injured in the Civil War. Riders From The Storm - The widow of a clergyman heads off to be a mail order bride to a Civil War vet with PTSD. She knows he’s troubled about the war and soon, she is drawn into his terrors; all of which appear to be focused on a tornado.< Less
Taino: The People Who Met Columbus By Donald H Sullivan
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Part one of the story is about Kiskeya (present day The Dominican Republic).) It tells of a young Taino, Migua, before, during, and after the arrival of Columbus. It tells of the dangers and... More > hardships he and his bride-to-be endured. It also tells of a romance between a young sailor with Columbus and a Taino girl, and how their lives intertwined with that of Migua and his girl. Part II tells the story of a young Taino, Anoki, on the island of Boriken (present day Puerto Rico) and his struggles against the conquering Spaniards under Ponce de Leon.< Less
Short Attention Span Collection, Volume One By Josh Jackson
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An ancient Spaniard who goes around turning vampires back into humans; a heartwarming adventure of a man and his telepathic dog; a time traveler who causes an infamous murder just to prove a point; a... More > genie who gets his comeuppance from a bus driver; a lunatic who may have just saved the world from the schemes of a malevolent animal spirit. Follow these characters into the bizarre world of the Short Attention Span Collection, Volume One. Venture into the unknown with five short stories from up-and-coming author Josh Jackson.< Less
A Waning Moon By Tami Lynne
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Hatebe has made hard choices in her life, but nothing will prepare her for the journey ahead. After losing the life she knew, adapting to the world left behind and forging a new future for herself,... More > she is presented with the choice of a lifetime; to do what is right or to do what is right for her. The third book of the Children of the Moon series, A Waning Moon takes up the story of Hatebe, a goddess among her people in 16th century Costa Rica. With the Spaniards on the horizon and a war at her back, Hatebe must now choose what path the future of her known world will follow...responsibility or destiny.< Less
Old Californian Days By James Steele
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This story may be divided into periods, of which, in respect to California, there are manifestly three. First, there is the old time of the Missions, part of the scheme of Spanish conquest, imparting... More > a certain coloring which nothing more practical and modern will ever entirely wash out. Second, the American romance of the Argonauts. It is only forty years old. Men are living who took part in it. The third period must of necessity be described by a word which culture condemns and refinement refuses to recognize. It comprises the time at which the American re-discovered the climatic secret of the Spaniard. It is the period of the "Boom." [Excerpt]< Less

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