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When America Slew Her King By Joel Blaine Kirkpatrick
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There will be no Revolution. 1774 was no 'calm before the storm', or even a year on a certain path to freedom. It was a year of uncertainty; a year of challenge. 1774 had the potential to be very... More > different from the period we have been taught in school. With a single gunshot, the events we know as a cherished history,could have unraveled completely. Which of our own heroes might have turned events down a darker path?< Less
Shared By Joel Blaine Kirkpatrick
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Seeking help from colleagues around the globe, Victorian physician, Dr. Liam Gilbert, is desperate to discover what is wrong with little Rachel Ellingswood. The child has faints that bring her near... More > to death without warning. Only child; heiress to a huge fortune in Devon, England, four year old Rachel will not survive without some miracle of discovery. Yet, Gilbert does not believe in miracles. When a single clue sends him on a harrowing voyage across the globe in search of answers, his discovery, about the impossible child, will alter his life forever. Rachel Ellingswood is not a simple child who is ill; when she is ill – she is not truly there.< Less
Harmony's Passing By Joel Blaine Kirkpatrick
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284 Pages. The appearance of a wandering black hole sends physicists scrambling to determine what effect it will have. But first, they have to figure out exactly where it is...and where it is going.
Harmony's Passing By Joel Blaine Kirkpatrick
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284 Pages. The appearance of a wandering black hole sends physicists scrambling to determine what effect it will have. But first, they have to figure out exactly where it is...and where it is going.
Breathing into Stone By Joel Blaine Kirkpatrick
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376 Pages. Eighteenth century priest, Father Furio Novia, hates his employer, the Archbishop of Modena; almost as much as he hates Italian master sculptor, Antonio Lisi. When Novia discovers that... More > Lisi uses his beautiful daughter’s likeness in nearly every figure he carves, the priest realizes he can make accusations to the Archbishop that the sculptor has an incestuous knowledge of his daughter, Anoria. Novia begins to haunt their lives, and every family in their village of Resceto, not because he believes they have sinned, but because he desires Anoria for himself. For two years their lives twined around one another’s, destined to clash in Rome; Novia, committing murder to stay free of the church; Anoria, nearly killing him to escape his lust. (some adult oriented content)< Less
Caraliza By Joel Blaine Kirkpatrick
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228 Pages. A seventy-five year old secret waits in a lovely old portrait studio, at the end of a street in New York City's Lower East Side. It is a secret, that drove to madness, a renowned... More > photographer, 'Papa' Menashe Reisman, and left him to waste and die in his own studio, but haunted by every photograph he tries to take. When his great-grand daughter, Shelly, begs to have the old building, for a new renovation, she awakens more than any secret that Papa kept. She also awakens something darker, more evil, just across the street. Across the street, under the stoop, down a foul stair, where Caraliza was kept prisoner for two years; until the horrid events of that summer, in 1919.< Less
Caraliza By Joel Blaine Kirkpatrick
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228 Pages. A seventy-five year old secret waits in a lovely old portrait studio, at the end of a street in New York City's Lower East Side. It is a secret, that drove to madness, a renowned... More > photographer, 'Papa' Menashe Reisman, and left him to waste and die in his own studio, but haunted by every photograph he tries to take. When his great-grand daughter, Shelly, begs to have the old building, for a new renovation, she awakens more than any secret that Papa kept. She also awakens something darker, more evil, just across the street. Across the street, under the stoop, down a foul stair, where Caraliza was kept prisoner for two years; until the horrid events of that summer, in 1919.< Less
Breathing into Stone By Joel Blaine Kirkpatrick
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376 Pages. Eighteenth century priest, Father Furio Novia, hates his employer, the Archbishop of Modena; almost as much as he hates Italian master sculptor, Antonio Lisi. When Novia discovers that... More > Lisi uses his beautiful daughter’s likeness in nearly every figure he carves, the priest realizes he can make accusations to the Archbishop that the sculptor has an incestuous knowledge of his daughter, Anoria. Novia begins to haunt their lives, and every family in their village of Resceto, not because he believes they have sinned, but because he desires Anoria for himself. For two years their lives twined around one another’s, destined to clash in Rome; Novia, committing murder to stay free of the church; Anoria, nearly killing him to escape his lust. (Some adult oriented content.)< Less