Muay Thaimes Spring Vi No1 2012 Epub File

Author by : Muay Thaimes Corporation
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Gabriel Garc A M Rquez

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Mairead Corrigan And Betty Williams

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Bruce Coville

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Jos Mart

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Oscar Arias S Nchez

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Assassin Of Dreams

Author by : Ariel Barrington
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Description : Mildred Akins waved goodbye to her eldest son, Daniel, as he departed for school on that typical fall morning in 1944. Moments later, the local sheriff and his deputy arrived at her door, wrestled her into a strait jacket, gagged her with a stained handkerchief, drove her down the narrow tree lined road that lead to Lynball State Hospital for the criminally insane, and left her. Night after night, month after month, year after year...the forty four year old wife of a prominent physician and the mother to two young sons, lay⎯all but buried⎯in the bowels of that ungodly asylum. Filthy, isolated, tortured...the more she struggled, the more she screamed, the more she begged for answers, the worse things became, until finally...she stopped. For the remainder of her confinement, she kept to herself; she rarely spoke; she prayed, constantly and silently, that she'd done nothing to warrant her brutal punishment; and then she waited. After eighteen years, she is free...her goal: to find o


Africa Assassin Gangster Alienist Crux Vu Lux Enigma

Author by : R. Warren Taurien
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Description : This is a story about a supernatural gangster doctor whose name is Dr. Director. He was called for his service to assist a bright but mystifying troubled youth at one of the boy's orphanage schools in Ghana Africa. In Dr. Director's mid-forties he became the surrogate father to Sambo Mahammad tutoring him into a new way of life and placed in the best educational schools outside Ghana. Later he entered into Ghana Medical School where he graduated at the top of his class. Upon his graduation he assisted his mentor Dr. Director traveling to villages across the continent where they discovered a middle aged African Chief Onanni suffering from feverish dehydration succumbed to death. Chief Onanni was from dehydration, feverish and succumbed to death. After examining the six wives Dr. Director knew from personal years past that the youngest woman was not chief Onanni's wife but his daughter, so they took her back to Ghana and tutored her into knowledge she already possessed with her aptitude both doctors were astound, as she matured to the age where she was sent to Zambi University where she studied to become a medical pathologist. Through the years to come Dr. Director continued to expand his wealth in different Africa countries, the laughter no longer in his home they both missed her, they had become dependent on Zambiq in the stillness of their science hours when they`d tutor her through her stubborn reluctant diffident attitude the three of them would share their private humorless moment that created an open door into her psychic...It wasn`t long before the years of time passed she was back with her degree working at Ghana Medical school as Dr. Director and Dr. Sambo`O assistance ------!!!


The Noble Assassin

Author by : Christie Dickason
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Description : A thrilling account of one of English history’s most daring women, who risked everything in the dark days leading up to the Civil War. The perfect novel for fans of Suzannah Dunn and Phillipa Gregory.


Fanny Seward

Author by : Trudy Krisher
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Publisher by : Syracuse University Press
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Description : On April 14, 1865, the night of President Lincoln's assassination, Booth's conspirator Lewis Powell attempted to assassinate Secretary of State William Seward in his home just blocks from Ford's Theatre. The attack, which left Seward and his son seriously wounded, is recounted in poignant detail in Fanny Seward's diary. Fanny, the beloved only daughter of Seward, was a keen observer, and her diary entries from 1858 to 1866 are the foundation of Krisher's vivid portrait of the young girl who was an eyewitness to one of the most tumultuous periods in American history. Fanny offers intimate observations on the politicians, generals, and artists of the time. She tells of attending dinner parties, visiting troops, and going to the theater, often alongside President Abraham Lincoln and his wife Mary. Through Fanny's writings, Krisher not only skillfully brings to life the events and activities of a progressive political family but also illuminates the day-to-day drama of the war. Giving readers a previously unseen glimpse into the era, Fanny Seward: A Life broadens our understanding of Civil War America. On April 14, 1865, the night of President Lincoln's assassination, Booth's conspirator Lewis Powell attempted to assassinate Secretary of State William Seward in his home just blocks from Ford's Theatre. The attack, which left Seward and his son seriously wounded, is recounted in poignant detail in Fanny Seward's diary. Fanny, the beloved only daughter of Seward, was a keen observer, and her diary entries from 1858 to 1866 are the foundation of Krisher's vivid portrait of the young girl who was an eyewitness to one of the most tumultuous periods in American history. Fanny offers intimate observations on the politicians, generals, and artists of the time. She tells of attending dinner parties, visiting troops, and going to the theater, often alongside President Abraham Lincoln and his wife Mary. Through Fanny's writings, Krisher not only skillfully brings to life the events and activities of a progressive political family but also illuminates the day-to-day drama of the war. Giving readers a previously unseen glimpse into the era, Fanny Seward: A Life broadens our understanding of Civil War America.