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The Secret Story Writer By Matthew Link
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In a little independent bookshop in Maadi, Cairo, a mystery writer leaves stories as gifts within books. A young backpacker finds himself lost on the streets of south Bogota. In south London, Jeff... More > Pearce discovers his final words. On the plains of Ohio, a travelling businessman spends a night in a haunted motel. In the precincts of Lincoln Cathedral, an old man finds a new way to say goodbye to his dead wife. And a demon eavesdrops on conversations at a bus stop in Acton. An anthology of stories.< Less
The Secret Story Writer By Matthew Link
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In a little independent bookshop in Maadi, Cairo, a mystery writer leaves stories as gifts within books. A young backpacker finds himself lost on the streets of south Bogota. In south London, Jeff... More > Pearce discovers his final words. On the plains of Ohio, a travelling businessman spends a night in a haunted motel. In the precincts of Lincoln Cathedral, an old man finds a new way to say goodbye to his dead wife. And a demon eavesdrops on conversations at a bus stop in Acton. An anthology of stories.< Less
The Noank's Log: A Privateer of the Revolution By William Osborn Stoddard
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Osborn Stoddard (Cortland County, 1835–1925) was an... More > American author, inventor, and assistant secretary to Abraham Lincoln during his first term.Stoddard was born at Homer, Cortland Co., New York. His parents were Prentice S. and Sarah (Osborn) Stoddard. Stoddard attended the University of Rochester, where he graduated cum laude. On 25 Jul 1870 Stoddard married Susan Eagleson Cooper; they had five children. Stoddard died in Madison, New Jersey.Stoddard's father was a bookseller, and Stoddard worked in his bookshop while growing up. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Stoddard< Less
The Red Mustang By William Osborn Stoddard
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Osborn Stoddard (Cortland County, 1835–1925) was an... More > American author, inventor, and assistant secretary to Abraham Lincoln during his first term.Stoddard was born at Homer, Cortland Co., New York. His parents were Prentice S. and Sarah (Osborn) Stoddard. Stoddard attended the University of Rochester, where he graduated cum laude. On 25 Jul 1870 Stoddard married Susan Eagleson Cooper; they had five children. Stoddard died in Madison, New Jersey.Stoddard's father was a bookseller, and Stoddard worked in his bookshop while growing up. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Stoddard< Less
Ahead of the Army By William Osborn Stoddard
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Osborn Stoddard (Cortland County, 1835–1925) was an... More > American author, inventor, and assistant secretary to Abraham Lincoln during his first term.Stoddard was born at Homer, Cortland Co., New York. His parents were Prentice S. and Sarah (Osborn) Stoddard. Stoddard attended the University of Rochester, where he graduated cum laude. On 25 Jul 1870 Stoddard married Susan Eagleson Cooper; they had five children. Stoddard died in Madison, New Jersey.Stoddard's father was a bookseller, and Stoddard worked in his bookshop while growing up. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Stoddard< Less
The Lost Gold of the Montezumas: A Story of the Alamo By William Osborn Stoddard
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Osborn Stoddard (Cortland County, 1835–1925) was an... More > American author, inventor, and assistant secretary to Abraham Lincoln during his first term.Stoddard was born at Homer, Cortland Co., New York. His parents were Prentice S. and Sarah (Osborn) Stoddard. Stoddard attended the University of Rochester, where he graduated cum laude. On 25 Jul 1870 Stoddard married Susan Eagleson Cooper; they had five children. Stoddard died in Madison, New Jersey.Stoddard's father was a bookseller, and Stoddard worked in his bookshop while growing up. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Stoddard< Less
Albion By Steve Rudd
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Steve Rudd was born in Hull, East Yorkshire, in 1955, completely naked, unable to walk, talk, or fend for himself. His chief poetic claim to fame is that he once served Philip Larkin in a bookshop.... More > Unfortunately for both parties at the time, he mistook the great man for Eric Morecambe. He lives in West Yorkshire with a wife, a cat, and a variable number of dogs, but not necessarily in that order. His hobbies include annoying people, lying under the table with an empty can of Special Brew (which is, in itself, a form of prayer) thinking about Abraham Lincoln’s hat, and having staring contests with the linoleum. In common with many other misguided adolescents, he began writing poetry while still at school. Fortunately for mankind, all of this early work has been lost. Albion is his third poetry collection, and, like the other two, will probably appeal most strongly to people who have a table with one leg 0.33cm shorter than the other three.< Less