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Iron Dust

Iron Dust

by Max Brand

not one of Faust's best

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3out of 5 by Tom N 5 hours ago

Frederick Faust wrote under at least 16 different pseudonyms, primarily as Max Brand writing westerns. And more Hollywood movies have been based on his stories than by any other author... by far: 80 ... More

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A Higher Calling: Laura's Tale

A Higher Calling: Laura's Tale

by Kwen D Griffeth

Literary Titan

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5out of 5 by LiteraryTitan 9 hours ago

A Higher Calling is volume 2 in the Sam and Laura's Story novels that follow the life of Sam and Laura. With William gone, Laura has taken over her father's estate and Sam has stepped into the role ... More

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Lincoln's Citadel: The Civil War in Washington, DC

Lincoln's Citadel: The Civil War in Washington, DC

by Kenneth J Winkle

A History Of Civil War Washington, D.C.

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4out of 5 by Gissinglover 10 hours ago

With so much written about the American Civil War, it is difficult to write something fresh. Although it offers no new insights into the political or military history of the war, Kenneth Winkle's new ... More

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The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Secon

The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Secon

by G Edward Griffin

A must read

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5out of 5 by dougj 14 hours ago

This work is well written and researched. Much of what the average person does not know about our financial system is contained in this book. Griffin dedicates the vast majority of his write to ... More

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Iron Maiden - Updated Edition: The Ultimate Illustrated History of the Beast

Iron Maiden - Updated Edition: The Ultimate Illustrated History of the Beast

by Neil Daniels

Awsome book

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5out of 5 by CEDRIC S 15 hours ago

Awsome book it describes all the period from the begining to last frontier
i was so enjoyed to read it a masterpiece for Iron Maiden fans
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The Ring

The Ring

by Harvey C Korman

MIX OF LECARRE, FORSYTHE & FLEMING

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5out of 5 by DO 16 hours ago

A Friend gave me a Book called THE RING, by a new author, Dr. Harvey C Korman, a famous mountain climber. It was my companion on a long flight from New Zealand. I enjoyed it so much, I read it flying ... More

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Foliage

Foliage

by Harold Feinstein, Sydney Eddison (Introduction by), Greg Piotrowski (Notes by)

Extraordinary Images

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5out of 5 by photo03 17 hours ago

Another outstanding book by Feinstein. Perfectly complements his other books on flowers. More

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The Maine Woods

The Maine Woods

by Henry David Thoreau

With Thoreau In The Maine Woods

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5out of 5 by Gissinglover 18 hours ago

In 1848, 1853,and 1857, Henry David Thoreau travelled to the wilderness -- forests, lakes, rivers, and mountains in the northwest part of Maine. He wrote three lengthy essays describing each of his ... More

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Haydn: Symphonies Nos. 30 ("Alleluja"), 55

Haydn: Symphonies Nos. 30 ("Alleluja"), 55

performed by Northern Chamber Orchestra, Nicholas Ward (conductor)

Exploring The Haydn Symphonies: Nos. 30.55,63

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5out of 5 by Gissinglover 18 hours ago

Joseph Haydn's (1732 --1809) 104 symphonies are an inexhaustible source of delight, variety, and instruction in the art of making music. Listeners today are fortunate in having the opportunity to ... More

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Haydn: Symphonies Nos. 22, 29 & 60

Haydn: Symphonies Nos. 22, 29 & 60

performed by Northern Chamber Orchestra, Nicholas Ward (conductor)

Exploring The Haydn Symphonies: Nos. 22,29,60

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5out of 5 by Gissinglover 1 day ago

One of the outstanding features of budget-priced CD's is the opportunity they offer the listener to explore music. Thus, Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) wrote 104 symphonies, but most listeners probably ... More

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Haydn: Symphonies, Vol. 23

Haydn: Symphonies, Vol. 23

performed by Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia, Béla Drahos (conductor)

Exploring The Haydn Symphonies: Nos. 27,28, 31

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4out of 5 by Gissinglover 1 day ago

Lovers of music today are fortunate to have the opportunity to explore in depth the symphonies of Joseph Haydn (1732 --1809). Beginning with Antal Dorati's recordings, listeners have had a choice in ... More

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Zombie Mage

Zombie Mage

by Jonathan J Drake

Literary Titan

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4out of 5 by LiteraryTitan 2 days ago

With Zombie Mage Jonathan Drake has moved beyond the tiered story lines of your basic flesh eating zombies and brings a fresh take to the zombie genre. Zombie Mage is the story of Olligh, who is ... More

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A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers

A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers

by Henry David Thoreau

A Week With Thoreau

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5out of 5 by Gissinglover 2 days ago

In late August, 1839, Henry David Thoreau and his brother John took a two-week trip on the Concord and Merrimack rivers in a boat called the Musketaquid that they had built themselves. John Thoreau ... More

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Tiger Force: A True Story of Men and War

Tiger Force: A True Story of Men and War

by Michael Sallah

A Must Read for Understanding Vietnam war

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5out of 5 by Carl 2 days ago

A very sobering, and yet riveting account about one of the darkest hours of our US military. Well researched, and without bias, it is a straightforward look into some of the horrors of warfare, ... More

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Haydn: Symphonies No. 26 "Lamentation", No. 35, N49 "La Passione"

Haydn: Symphonies No. 26 "Lamentation", No. 35, N49 "La Passione"

performed by Northern Chamber Orchestra, Nicholas Ward (conductor)

Exploring The Haydn Symphonies: 26, 35, 49

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5out of 5 by Gissinglover 2 days ago

In spite of the disparity in their numberings, Haydn composed each of the three symphonies on this CD in 1767 and 1768. Two of the symphonies, nos. 26 and 49, are examples of Haydn's "Sturm und Drang ... More

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Cumberland

Cumberland

by Amanda Paul

A Visit To Cumberland

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4out of 5 by Gissinglover 2 days ago

I have visited or passed through Cumberland, Maryland several times in my years in Washington, D.C. I remember best walking through downtown Cumberland and stopping for lunch at the city's famous hot ... More

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Black Inked Pearl: A Girl's Quest

Black Inked Pearl: A Girl's Quest

by Ruth Finnegan

Literary Titan

4out of 5 by LiteraryTitan 2 days ago

An epic tale spun from erratic thoughts placed into text and delivered to the world. That is the sense that readers will get from Black Inked Pearl A Girl's Quest by Ruth Finnegan. Our protagonist, ... More

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Architects of Armageddon

Architects of Armageddon

by Dr. John L Flynn

Kate is great!

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5out of 5 by JeanieLoiacono 2 days ago

"Kate reminded me of Angie Dickinson from Police Woman. Kate is tough as nails, but far from flawless. The only thing she has not lost is her job and her life, both of which sit precariously on the ... More

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Dangerous Testimony

Dangerous Testimony

by Dana Mentink

Will the cost of testifying be too high?

5out of 5 by J. Augustine 3 days ago

I'm sorry to be saying goodbye to the Gallagher sisters. They have provided hours of spine-tingling romantic suspense and Dangerous Testimony, the last one in the Pacific Coast Private Eyes series, ... More

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Concealed Identity

Concealed Identity

by Jessica R Patch

What. A. Ride.

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5out of 5 by J. Augustine 3 days ago

What an exciting story! Jessica R. Patch captures her readers on page one and doesn't release them until the end of the last page. Concealed Identity is a thrilling, heart-stopping, nail-biting, edge ... More

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Christmas Conspiracy

Christmas Conspiracy

by Susan Sleeman

Who is the killer really after???

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5out of 5 by J. Augustine 3 days ago

In Christmas Conspiracy Susan Sleeman drops readers right into the action and doesn't let them go until the last page. This is one book that will keep you guessing and on the edge-of-your-seat. The ... More

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Catching the Wind

Catching the Wind

by Melanie Dobson

Healing starts with truth...

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5out of 5 by J. Augustine 3 days ago

Catching The Wind is only the second Melanie Dobson book that I've read, but oh WOW oh WOW! This beautiful, heart-wrenching, wonderful story of loss, love, sacrifice, of hope regained, and picking up ... More

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