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Newton's Revenge By Philip Enke
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A fast-paced novel that begins with vanishing children and inmates who step over the wall at a desert prison. It is a story about how anti-gravity, more properly termed gravity control, could be used... More > in hospitals to make beds for burn victims, or to move tons of freight at the touch of a finger. It can also be a crushing weapon, or it can lift someone into the arms of oblivion. One young girl makes her bid for fame and fortune by saving the secret of gravity and keeping it from those who would use it for crime and terror.< Less
Dog: Zero By Philip Enke
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A fuzzy superhero who can eat at the dining room table with his napkin tucked into his collar and carry on his part of the conversation using a computer and the eraser on a pencil. He is a hybrid: a... More > canine body with the brain of a human being. He rescues a little girl and they become friends for life, trying to stop one of the most nefarious criminal plots in Los Angeles. He is a 240 pound Newfoundland, black as the shadows of night, and one of many who trip over him in the shadows notes that he has "Zero" visibility. He liked the name and became: Dog:Zero< Less
Jacob's Puppy Reader # 1 By Philip Enke
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This is a collection of the puppies in Jacob Enke's world. It also includes a charming story of how those puppies found their way into the Enke household. It shows the doubly-charming and... More > double-named pup "Jay-Jay," as well as Major the wonder-dog, who is satisfied that there simply aren't any matters in life that cannot be settled by the fact that he is very, very big. There are also some pictures about Andy, the Corgi who is stubborn enough to stand up to Major the Newfoundland, but not big enough to do anything about it. Moses is also in the book. Moses is a St. Bernard, and if anyone has spent time with that particular breed of dog, that should be enough said. Mostly St. Bernards make quite a statement just sitting in one place and looking dignified and majestic. You don't call a St. Bernard when you want him to come. You wait until he is walking (it doesn't happen often) and you get in front of him and call out "Here, Boy!" This is a philosophy that has served "Bernie" owners for decades.< Less
The Art of Elsewhere: Ghostscape By Philip Enke
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Ron Doyle had left his girlfriend Lisa in a little house in Nebraska where he thought she would be safe. He then slipped through a strange and dusty streetcar window in Los Angeles, hoping to find... More > his friend Gerry and warn him that he was about to die in the Solomon Islands of the past. Upon his return, he finds that Lisa is anything but safe. She is gone, but more than that. There is no record of her existence. He has done something in the past to prevent her from being born. The only thing he can do is to go back to a time earlier than before, and hope he can correct his mistake.< Less

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