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Novella length. All the novellas in the Darcy and Elizabeth What If? series are separate, standalone stories. They can be read in any order. What if Mr Bingley had not left Netherfield Park after the Netherfield ball? When Caroline Bingley has an accident on the morning after...
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Alexander Campbell thought he'd left lawmen behind when he left Scotland, yet the law was already on his trail. As an apprentice, he had killed the man who had threatened his family. Escaping across the ocean, he arrives in America only to defy the law of his new land by helping a runaway slave....
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Oliver Twist is one of the most well-known stories ever told, about a young orphan who has to survive the mean streets of London before ultimately being rescued by a kindly benefactor.But it is his friend, the Artful Dodger, who has the far more intriguing tale, filled with more...
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Artful: A Novel
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This Christmas Book is a wonderful Christmas story your kids are sure to love. It's written and illustrated in old school style so your child can have the same experience you had as a child watching the classic 'Rudolph The Red Noise Reindeer" cuddled around the television with your family. This...
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Bound to pull at your heart strings, Early Autumn by John Gerber is a story of a love between two young people and the choices that they make. Full of brilliant details and emotional exchanges, this is on track to become a classic, and will undoubtedly out John Gerber in the same league as William...
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Early Autumn
By: John Gerber
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For a moment, my estimation of the good Mr. Brae had increased somewhat, as I gathered he didn’t want one of his servants taking the blame for a deed the poor soul hadn’t perpetrated. I glanced at Holmes to determine his take on the situation, but I wasn’t surprised that he had taken...
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To Kill a Mockingbird Classroom Questions is a teacher's resource intended for use in lesson planning, and in the classroom. It contains 178 questions to provoke student engagement and personal response while studying Harper Lee's classic novel. It is conveniently broken down by chapter to aid in...
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Charlotte Brontë's classic love story retold, set in a futuristic dystopia. In the late 21st century, the American "red states" have formed New Judah, a more perfect union founded on biblical principles, rejection of technology, and reverence for women. Orphaned Jane...
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Leon Moses wasn't going to let a cheating lawyer, rustlers and Apaches stop him from settling on the land he had bought with his pay from long, hard years with the cavalry. Leon was black & he knew he had to prove that courage knew no color....
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The Outsider
By: Frank Roderus
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Sully Sampson earned the nickname as “The Devil’s Gunslinger” in the Civil War. But when he returned to his Memphis, Tennessee small ranch he found his wife and two daughters murdered and all of his livestock taken by the Yankee army and all of his buildings burned. He gathered up five more...
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The Devils Gunslinger
By: Chet Cunningham
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A chilling story of romance and vengeance by Russia's greatest writer, Alexander Pushkin. This modern translation by Peter Campbell brings out the full mastery of Pushkin's tale which will grip readers young and old alike....
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The Shot
By: Alexander Pushkin
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An experimental novella reimagining the main figure of TS Eliot's classic poem of memory, hopelessness, and loss in a contemporary setting. Approximately 20k words. "No one wants to hear a lonely middle aged man talk about cities or memory. No one wants to know that the world exists in...
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The Wizard's journey to Wonderland has exposed a shared history between that faery land and Oz - but the meaning behind the connection is still largely a mystery. Dorothy and Alice have come together to save Wonderland, but can they do anything before the Wicked Witches succeed in taking over Oz? ...
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A charming guy who was named Sean Derio told his story to his society for answering a question. “Why have you been being alone for so long?” And the story was begun at the time that he got a broken heart. His girlfriend had to marry a rich man to maintain her family’s finance....
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Sean Derio: A prologue to secret love
By: Thakie Infinitz
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Veiled in a thick and thorny wood, an enchanted princess lies sleeping for a century, awaiting a prince, whose time has come to break the spell. The original tale of The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood was written by Charles Perrault, inventor of the modern fairy tale and creator of...
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I Know When You Are Going To Die. This is what has plagued Marcus, all of his life, the gift he was given, the curse: being able to see the future. Being, The Seer. Knowing when someone is going to die, and seeing the fate which awaits us all, it softens you when you...
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The Seer
By: T. Scott McLeod
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This is a sequel to 'Elizabeth Darcy of Pemberley' (also to be found on Amazon Kindle). Both books follow the characters of Jane Austen's novel, Pride and Prejudice....
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WHAT’S GOING TO HAPPEN WHEN YOU DIE?Life is too good for Michael Sojourner to stop and think about it. He’s got it all: a home in the hills, fancy cars, a nice bank account. Producing movies in Hollywood, he even gets to date a lot of hopeful starlets. Life couldn’t be better for...
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Sojourner's Hell
By: T. Scott McLeod
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What Gives Life Meaning? Tabo Mosi retires from boxing: the longest reigning Heavyweight Champion of The World. He lost his mother when he was young, and now he’s lost his father. The Grim Reaper, Old Father Time, this is the opponent which none of us can defeat. Tabo’s life...
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The Champ
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China 5000 years of wisdom. Chinese folklore of many stories, Each story contains a wisdom, Each story is interesting, Learn the ancient Chinese people's style. ...
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Check out these other great works (hundreds of volumes): Ultimate HandheldBible Library(121 volumes, 1 Million + Links) Ultimate HandheldClassic Library(more than 1000 works) Ultimate BibleStudy Suite(8...
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“Jane Austen is the Rosetta stone of literature.” —Anna QuindlenFrom the Trade Paperback edition....
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Pride and Prejudice: Darcy and Bingley (SECOND EDITION) is a prequel to the novel Pride and Prejudice: Darcy Chooses in the Darcy and Elizabeth Series. The novel, a variation on Jane Austen’s original, is scheduled for publication in the spring of 2014. ...
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The Forest of Valancourt is the story of young Lucien, who sets out to find his origins and prove himself worthy of the love of the young countess Adelaide. But he gets more than he bargained for when he saves the life of a man who proves to be his father, and who denounces Lucien to the...
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First published in book form in 1894, "The Jungle Book" is a collection of stories by Rudyard Kipling. Born and raised as a young boy in India, Kipling returned there for work as an adult. Although these stories were written while Kipling resided in New England, they are clearly inspired by his...
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A Short Story, about the trials and tribulations of Walmington-on-Sea’s most famous residents in which Captain Mainwaring gets all officious once again....
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Dads Army - The Audit
By: Bernard Wilds
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Second in the series, Fairy Tales the World Over, The Amethyst Fairy Book captures tales from near and far. Stories include the Irish tale "Sour and Civil," the Norwegian story "House Island," "The Story of Prince Ahmed and the Fairy Paribanou" excerpted from the Arabic 1,001 Nights, and "The...
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The end of the world is coming. We all know it. I think we knew it the moment Odin and I first met—any indication of camaraderie between a god and a giant was unthinkable. But that was just the first thread of the unraveling world tapestry. Considering my betrayal toward the giants, the gods...
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Loki: Why I Began the End
By: Maia Jacomus
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Epic Tales from the Heaven itself...Kashmir. A living Heaven on earth. Take a dip into the culture of Kashmir and feel it....
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The Precious Present (Tales Time)
By: Danish Mir
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Smiting the Bear is the journal of Archibald Fox’s extraordinary adventures in the Russian wasteland of 1920-21. Known in his day as a spy, thief, forger, womaniser and saxophonist, Fox was an unlikely witness to this dark, forgotten time. Determined to steal a Fabergé Egg and seduce the...
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The most popular nursery rhymes! Every child loves being told nursery rhymes. Here are Forty-Five of the best and most popular nursery rhymes. It's time to rekindle past childhood emotions....
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Top 45 Nursery Rhymes
By: Theodore Adverti
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The classic tale of survival and ultimate redemption by Daniel Defoe has been completely re-edited by Adventure Books of Seattle. 'God still has a part in the book,' says editor Robert M Blevins, 'but a smaller one and more fitting to the actual adventure...' Included are 27 of the best images...
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Robinson Crusoe - Special Redux Edition
By: Daniel Defoe, Robert M Blevins
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Changeling Legends from the British Isles, Germany, and Scandinavia examines the folk legends of changelings - children that have been "swapped" by the Devil, leaving a child of the underworld in the place of a newborn babe. The book begins with an examination of these tales, explaining the purpose...
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André Gide is a very famous French author. He was the recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1947. Isabelle was one of his more famous novels and was originally published in 1911. Although this novel was published over 100 years ago, no one in today’s modern world will be confused by the...
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Isabelle
By: André Gide
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"Through the glow of our embers I could see their hideous faces painted in a white ash twisted with hate as they came at us filling the darkness with blood curdling-screams.Early May, 1852. It was on a warm sunny morning when Oaks, destitute from working a worthless claim in the lower...
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Beyond Their Country A classic love story with a political punch In 1975 an unknown American writer named Roger Burke wrote a novel, Beyond Their Country. It was greeted from coast to coast with praise from critics: “The best love story I’ve ever read,” wrote one. ...
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Beyond Their Country
By: Roger Burke
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André Gide is a very famous French author. He was the recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1947. The Pastoral Symphony (in French, La Symphonie Pastorale) was one of his more famous novels and was originally published in 1919. While translating this novel I thought it would make an...
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The Pastoral Symphony
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When L. Frank Baum introduced Dorothy and friends to the American public in 1900, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz became an instant, bestselling hit. Today the whimsical tale remains a cultural phenomenon that continues to spawn wildly popular books, movies, and musicals. Now, editors John...
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Oz Reimagined: Lost Girls of Oz
By: Theodora Goss
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When L. Frank Baum introduced Dorothy and friends to the American public in 1900, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz became an instant, bestselling hit. Today the whimsical tale remains a cultural phenomenon that continues to spawn wildly popular books, movies, and musicals. Now, editors John...
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This book replaces one with the earlier title Secret of Blue Mountain. The only difference between them is the title, changed for reasons of conflict with other products. This is a gripping adventure story about a scientist turned explorer who travels to a remote land to chase down rumors of a...
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Secret of Lost Mountain
By: Bernard Scott
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This is a lovely story of fun and adventure about a hippo named CJ, and his friends at their favorite watering hole come join them for the fun....
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CJ The Blue Hippo
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Step into the magical world of Child's Play fairytales...Traditional tales are a well-established part of all cultures. Retold from the originals, these lively stories will captivate readers with their delightful illustrationThree Little Pigs is a fairy tale featuring anthropomorphic...
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The Three Little Pigs
By: Sarah Joy
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This authoritative edition of two of America's favorite heroes is beautifully illustrated and illuminated and ready to read by the adults and children who have enjoyed hearing about these two great men since they were invented around the camp fire. Brachfeld includes breathtaking...
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Miriam’s journey to understanding her talents provides important insight to anyone struggling with the same discernment. Miriam’s Healing revisits the Exodus through the eyes of Moses’ sister Miriam. Study guide now included in the book....
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Linda thought Sidney had died, and then the computer tower came to her Nebraska home in the mail with a message - he was alive and well, but incarcerated in a top secret underground facility in Colorado at the behest of a general who was an old enemy of his. Little did she know that the general was...
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Red Spider
By: Richard McCuistian
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The Fellowship of Light are snowed in at Doloria Palace this Noël season, but while they wait for the storm to pass over them, Heatheria decides to regale her family-turned-team with a Christmas classic, using her own special twist…Heatheria tells the story of Gemini “Gem” Stone,...
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This tale begins ten years after the sack of Troya (classical Troy -- al names are in their authentic Bronze Age form, with the familiar classical versions in parentheses here). King Menelawo (Menelaus) rules Lakedaimon (Laconia or Sparta), his nephew Oresta (Orestes) having grown up, orphaned, in...
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A Haunted mansion, A boy is abducted, A man becomes a Tree and Elven years on a rural News Paper route...
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Short Stories
By: Melvin C. Duncan
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When L. Frank Baum introduced Dorothy and friends to the American public in 1900, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz became an instant, bestselling hit. Today the whimsical tale remains a cultural phenomenon that continues to spawn wildly popular books, movies, and musicals. Now, editors John...
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Oz Reimagined: City So Bright
By: Dale Bailey
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Set in the 1950’s, Now to Louisa is the coming of age story of a vibrant young woman fighting against the outdated culture of women as chattel. Having sacrificed her dreams of higher education when her mother fell ill, at her father's heartbroken request, Louisa remained home after her death. At...
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Now To Louisa
By: Jean P. Kvavle
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