History

Reflections

Reflections

| April 25, 2017

A humble youth. A paranormal gift. A haunting history. In 1974, Shane Sullivan is a quiet, gangly teen in the suburbs of Boston who discovers he can explore the ancestral memories of a person’s lineage. Confused and frightened, his pursuit of this supernatural ability takes him down a dark and unexpected road of history long […]

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Adventures of an English Gentleman in the Early American West: A Memoir of Philip Becher’s Experiences in San Francisco, Bakersfield, and Chico, California and Spokane, Washington in the late 1800s

Adventures of an English Gentleman in the Early American West: A Memoir of Philip Becher’s Experiences in San Francisco, Bakersfield, and Chico, California and Spokane, Washington in the late 1800s

| April 23, 2017

In 1876, Philip Tudor Becher left his wealthy British home in search of adventure. He spent the next several years doing various jobs in San Francisco, Bakersfield, and Chico, California where he found no lack of encounters with dangerous situations. His escapades range from almost getting shot by an angry boss and drunken landlord to […]

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Intentions of the Earl

Intentions of the Earl

| April 11, 2017

Will he secure his future by ruining hers, or will she ruin his plans by securing him? A new twist on the old fortune hunter plot puts an impoverished earl in a position to gain his fortune only by ruining an innocent’s reputation without offering marriage. The innocent he’s selected, however, has no plans to […]

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The Greatest Knowledge of the Ages: A Treasury

The Greatest Knowledge of the Ages: A Treasury

| April 5, 2017

Explore the Profound Esoteric Knowledge of the Ages… Over the millennia a rich treasury of powerful esoteric knowledge has been discovered, yet remains largely unknown to the Western world. Records of this wisdom are like the fragmented relics of a shipwreck; vastly more of the great knowledge of the past has stayed hidden than has […]

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Sugar, Stamps & Tea: The Objects That Made America (Bite Sized History Book 1)

Sugar, Stamps & Tea: The Objects That Made America (Bite Sized History Book 1)

| March 30, 2017

Most people think of history as a subject they were forced to attend in school or some old guy with wooden teeth and a bad wig. There’s stories about governments passing laws and people making grand speeches, but people don’t really have a connection with that nowadays. When you think back to the American Revolution […]

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Project Management from History

Project Management from History

| March 29, 2017

This book tells real stories from history like Operation Thunderbolt, Operation Opera, Napoleon’s Russian Invasion, dropping of atomic bombs during World War II on Hiroshima & Nagasaki and correlates those stories with project management aspects like planning, communication management, stakeholder management, project schedule management, risk management, scope management and cost management. This book explains how […]

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Vendetta Blood

Vendetta Blood

| March 27, 2017

William Carp was once a notorious gunslinger and a skilled tracker. He was good—good enough to survive long enough to hang up his gun belt. Now all Carp wants is some peace in his twilight years, just him and his dog, Kip. Carp isn’t going to get what he wants. A card game turns deadly, […]

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Longshot From Darkness

Longshot From Darkness

| March 21, 2017

Truth is always the first victim in war. But can it be revived? The gold is not making it to the governments of the USA and the CSA. Why? Ambitious politicians point fingers with one hand while stealing from the till with the other. There is violence in the streets and folks are unsure and […]

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Brotherly Love

Brotherly Love

| March 17, 2017

Ireland, 1835. Faction fighting has left the parish of Doon divided between the followers of the Bradys and the Donnellans. Caitriona Brady is the widow of John, the Brady champion, killed two years ago. Matched with John aged eighteen, Caitriona didn’t love him and can’t mourn him. Now John’s mother is dead, too, and Caitriona […]

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The Last Flight of the Daisy Mae

The Last Flight of the Daisy Mae

| March 15, 2017

A young Army Air Force recruit, a farm boy, a postal worker a young mother, a nurse and a goof off, use their unique skills to fight and win World War II. The war is fought at home and in the stormy Pacific skies. On December 7, 1941 a high school senior, Fran Perkins wakes […]

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