The Great Blue Hills of God

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The Great Blue Hills of God

The Great Blue Hills of God

  • Author : Kreis Beall
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  • Category : Biography & Autobiography
  • Publisher : Convergent Books
  • Pages : 288
  • Release Date : 2020-02-04

The creative force behind Blackberry Farm, Tennessee’s award-winning farm-to-table resort, reveals how she found herself only after losing everything in this powerful memoir of resilience. “I couldn’t put down this wise, honest, beautifully written story.”—Shauna Niequist, New York Times bestselling author of Present Over Perfect and Bread & Wine Born with the gift of hospitality, Kreis Beall helped create one of the nation’s most renowned resort destinations, Blackberry Farm, in Tennessee’s Smoky Mountain foothills. For decades, she was a fixture in the travel and entertaining world and frequently appeared in the pages of popular home and design magazines. But at the pinnacle of her success, Kreis faced a series of challenges that reframed her life, including a brain injury that permanently impaired her hearing and the conclusion of her thirty-six-year marriage to her best friend and business partner, Sandy Beall. Alone and uncertain as her world shifts and marriage ends, Kreis begins a new journey to find her faith and find God. After spending years on her beautiful exterior life and work, she begins the hardest undertaking of all: reclaiming and redesigning her interior life and soul. Kreis retreats to Blackberry Farm, moving into an unassuming, 300-square-foot shed with peeling paint on the exterior walls, “where I met myself for the first time.” She examines what it takes to redefine life after deep loss and acknowledges, for the first time, often unbearable truths that existed beneath the beauty she had created. By turns fiercely honest, heartbreaking, and warm, Kreis Beall’s story will resonate with anyone who can benefit from her discovery that “All it takes is all you’ve got. And it is worth it.”

In essence, this story is about how a certain person was searching his bookshelf for something to read and in the end found a book, which turned out to be the source, from which it is possible to obtain absolutely any kind of information about absolutely any person. Meaning, information to the smallest particulars and details about what his or her qualities of personality are, how he or she lives, what he or she really wants to achieve, what he or she hides, and much more. And, it does not matter, if the subject is some person, who lived in the distant past or lives in the present or someone, who will live in the future. Since, as it turned out later on, this literary monument is nothing other than the Catalog of human population. In other words, the encyclopedia of Homo sapiens; in essence, the same as encyclopedias, reference books for specialists, which contain complete information about representatives of a particular subspecies of animals, plants, etc. Although at some point, the course of this story turned banal: "bad guys" from security services, intelligence services, politics decided to not only use this source of knowledge for their dirty deeds, but also to appropriate it solely for their personal use. And, the way they tried to do this is also banal: by physically destroying the author of discovery of the Catalog of human population and all of his colleagues. However, the ending of this story makes it stand out from the category of ordinary spy stories. At least because the main characters of this story managed to survive not due to favorable concatenation of circumstances or someone’s help, but thanks to that knowledge, which they discovered in the ancient text, which turned out to be the Catalog of human population. Of course, such an outcome upset and continues to upset not only the Russian special services, but also all those people in whose way developers of the Catalog of human population got. And, in this civilization, there are countless numbers of such people: from psychologists (who become no longer needed by anyone) to organizers of this civilization themselves. Since from the standpoint of the Catalog of human population—technogenic civilization without a human, which they lovingly built for many centuries, is simply trash, to put it mildly, and beneath all criticism. And, they themselves are also trash. However, regular people, who (thanks to the scientific discovery made by Andrey Davydov) got the source with answers to all of their questions and individual recipes, now no longer need to pay "experts on the human soul" for being shamelessly fooled. Therefore, whoever tries to kill developers of the Catalog of human population in the future must know that it is no longer possible, as they already became part of history of humanity. After all, at the current stage of development, a Homo sapiens has only one possibility to continue to live after death, to live through the ages: in the product that he/she created. And, those, who tried and continue to try to kill them, were nobodies and will remain nobodies, who one day will cease to exist without leaving a trace. As for organizers of this "civilization"—maybe instead of trying to find new recipes to destroy "excess billions" and trying to examine human potential using Neanderthal methods, it would be more reasonable not only to find out the recipe of how to make Homo sapiens a 100% controllable producer and consumer from the source (which, by the way, seems to have been left to humanity by creators of nature and a human on this planet), but also how to build a civilization without quotes? After all, it only seems to them that they are the main deceivers, while in reality they were fooled, and fooled majorly.

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Insiders' Guide to North Carolina's Mountains is the essential source for in-depth travel and relocation information to the region that includes Asheville, Biltmore Estate, Cherokee, Blue Ridge Parkway, and other nearby environs. Written by a local (and true insider), this guide offers a personal and practical perspective of the area and its surrounding environs.

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Barbara Delinsky Hold My Heart Gillian Montgomery is a talented artist with a loving family and promising future. But her life takes a shocking turn when she loses everything in a plane crash—and awakens from a coma seven weeks later. At first, she's confused: What is she doing in a hospital in North Carolina? And who is the incredibly handsome stranger who's been visiting her every day? His name is Jed Dawson, a man she met in an art gallery. He's taken her under his wing—and into his heart—as a favor to the grandmother she never knew she had. As Gillian grows stronger each day, so do her feelings for Jed. And with every kiss, he restores her passion for life—with the power of love...

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Founded in 1759, Bethania was the first planned Moravian settlement in North Carolina, situated favorably on the Great Wagon Road of the colonial era. Bethania’s narrative weaves together 250 years of history and memory, with voices from the town’s white and black heritage speaking through autobiographical accounts, diaries, letters, oral histories, photographs, and archival research. Join local resident Beverly Hamel as she tells the story of proud Pilgrim people who journeyed into an unknown wilderness and built a community that would remain intact through the volatile periods of the French and Indian War, the Revolutionary War, slavery and the years leading to the Civil War, the Reconstruction era, and into the twentieth century. The story of Bethania is a celebration of an enduring spirit that will never die.

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Lonely Planet: The world’s number one travel guide publisher* Lonely Planet’s Georgia & the Carolinas is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Take a thoughtful trip around Atlanta’s Center for Civil & Human Rights, hike in the stunning Great Smoky Mountains National Park, admire Charleston’s antebellum architecture and feast on low-country fare – all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Georgia & the Carolinas and begin your journey now! Inside Lonely Planet’s Georgia & the Carolinas: Colour maps and images throughout Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sightseeing, going out, shopping, hidden gems that most guidebooks miss Cultural insights provide a richer, more rewarding travel experience - covering history, people, music, religion, cuisine, politics Covers Atlanta, Savannah & Coastal Georgia, Charleston & South Carolina, Charlotte & the Triangle, Coastal North Carolina, North Carolina Mountains, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and more The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet’s Georgia & the Carolinas is our most comprehensive guide to Georgia & the Carolinas, and is perfect for discovering both popular and offbeat experiences. Looking for just the highlights? Check out Pocket Charleston & Savannah, our handy-sized guide featuring the best sights and experiences for a short visit or weekend away. Looking for more extensive coverage? Check out Lonely Planet’s USA for an in-depth look at all the country has to offer. About Lonely Planet: Lonely Planet is a leading travel media company and the world’s number one travel guidebook brand, providing both inspiring and trustworthy information for every kind of traveler since 1973. Over the past four decades, we’ve printed over 145 million guidebooks and grown a dedicated, passionate global community of travelers. You’ll also find our content online, and in mobile apps, video, 14 languages, nine international magazines, armchair and lifestyle books, ebooks, and more. ‘Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other.’ – New York Times ‘Lonely Planet. It's on everyone's bookshelves; it's in every traveller's hands. It's on mobile phones. It's on the Internet. It's everywhere, and it's telling entire generations of people how to travel the world.’ – Fairfax Media (Australia) *Source: Nielsen BookScan: Australia, UK, USA, 5/2016-4/2017 Important Notice: The digital edition of this book may not contain all of the images found in the physical edition.

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Forbidden love? Simply irresistible . . . Lake Bluff, Georgia, in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, was once my home. But when the bright lights of Atlanta beckoned, Claire Kennedy had to answer. I’d dreamed of working in a newsroom, like my mother, for far too long. My father’s sudden death brings me back. Definitely older, I thought I was a lot wiser. So how did I ended up finishing out my father’s term as mayor? A band of Gypsies arrives to entertain at our Full Moon Festival, driving wagons as old and colorful as their ancestors, filled with animals both exotic and dangerous. They appear to have walked out of a bygone century. Their leader, Malachi Cartwright is not only attractive but secretive and mysterious. When my last relationship ended in a cruel betrayal, I swore off men forever. But this one may change my mind. Then all hell breaks loose. Wolf howls are heard in mountains that have been wolf-free for a century. A tourist is mauled, then disappears. Magical runes marked with Nazi symbols are found at the scenes of further attacks. As an eclipse approaches, enemies are everywhere. Is Malachi one of them?

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This indispensable highway companion maps out short trips for exploring the Palmetto State's scenic byways and back roads.

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For over a thousand years, they have stared through the invisible force separating their world from ours, and grew hungry. Now, they've found a way through. Darkness from their side swallows our skies, their diseases eat through our human bodies, leaving behind soulless husks … and worse. Only two things can save us: a mysterious power locked in a small chest covered with undecipherable glyphs, and the seven year old girl it chose as its protector. A young Katie, trying to make sense of the grainy flashes from her past, escapes an organization determined to use her untapped special abilities to open a mysterious box she knows nothing about. With the Artifact in tow, she is hunted until rescued by a haunted, PTSD Vietnam vet Jonas Montgomery. Surviving the Viet Cong and many battles with the unwelcome visitors, Jonas finds his inner demons even more difficult. His only purpose in life—protect and train the girl to master what lies within her. The dark forces plaguing our world increase. Jonas and Katie must take a stand, or the final chance to save Earth vanishes.

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Lonely Planet's Eastern USA is your most up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Explore the Florida Keys, hit the streets of New York City and watch leaves change color in New England- all with your trusted travel companion.

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The Survivor GameBook is reproducible and allows kids to learn about their state through timed activities, prize suggestions and an official survivor certificate. The book includes timed, multiple-choice questions, fill in the blank questions, choose the appropriate dates and matching that are challenging and fun to answer. This book covers fascinating state facts and meets state standards.

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Lonely Planet's USA is your most up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Gaze into the chasm of the Grand Canyon, hang ten on a Hawaiian wave, and let southern music and food stir your soul- all with your trusted travel companion.

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During the 1930s in the United States, the Works Progress Administration developed the Federal Writers’ Project to support writers and artists while making a national effort to document the country’s shared history and culture. The American Guide series consists of individual guides to each of the states. Little-known authors—many of whom would later become celebrated literary figures—were commissioned to write these important books. John Steinbeck, Saul Bellow, Zora Neale Hurston, and Ralph Ellison are among the more than 6,000 writers, editors, historians, and researchers who documented this celebration of local histories. Photographs, drawings, driving tours, detailed descriptions of towns, and rich cultural details exhibit each state’s unique flavor. The WPA Guide to South Carolina presents a state at the epicenter of Southern culture. The Palmetto State’s guide comes complete with the standard driving tours across the Blue Ridge Mountains and Mid-Atlantic coast as well as recipes for delicacies such has Cracklin’ Bread and Peach Leather.

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A celebrated pioneer of fantasy fiction, the Irish writer and dramatist Lord Dunsany produced seminal works such as ‘The King of Elfland's Daughter’, noted for their imaginative power and intellectual ingenuity. Dunsany achieved great fame and success with his early short stories and plays, conjuring mysterious kingdoms of fairies and gods in richly coloured prose, while promoting a characteristic element of the macabre. For the first time in publishing history, this comprehensive eBook presents Dunsany’s complete fictional works, with numerous illustrations, many rare texts, informative introductions and the usual Delphi bonus material. (Version 1) * Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Dunsany’s life and works * Concise introductions to the novels and other texts * All 13 novels, with individual contents tables * Features many rare novels appearing for the first time in digital publishing, including THE CHARWOMAN’S SHADOW and THE BLESSING OF PAN * Images of how the books were first published, giving your eReader a taste of the original texts * Excellent formatting of the texts * Special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the short stories * Includes all of the Jorkens short story collections published during Dunsany’s lifetime * Rare story collections available in no other eBook, including THE MAN WHO ATE THE PHOENIX * Easily locate the short stories you want to read * Dunsany’s scarce poetry collection, FIFTY POEMS, first time in digital print * Includes the two ‘Sirens’ autobiographies * Features a bonus biography - discover Dunsany’s literary life * Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles CONTENTS: The Novels DON RODRIGUEZ: CHRONICLES OF SHADOW VALLEY THE KING OF ELFLAND’S DAUGHTER THE CHARWOMAN’S SHADOW THE BLESSING OF PAN THE CURSE OF THE WISE WOMAN UP IN THE HILLS RORY AND BRAN MY TALKS WITH DEAN SPANLEY THE STORY OF MONA SHEEHY GUERRILLA THE STRANGE JOURNEYS OF COLONEL POLDERS THE LAST REVOLUTION HIS FELLOW MEN The Jorkens Series THE TRAVEL TALES OF MR. JOSEPH JORKENS JORKENS REMEMBERS AFRICA JORKENS HAS A LARGE WHISKEY THE FOURTH BOOK OF JORKENS JORKENS BORROWS ANOTHER WHISKEY Other Short Story Collections THE GODS OF PEGANA TIME AND THE GODS THE SWORD OF WELLERAN AND OTHER STORIES A DREAMER’S TALES THE BOOK OF WONDER FIFTY-ONE TALES TALES OF WONDER TALES OF WAR UNHAPPY FAR-OFF THINGS TALES OF THREE HEMISPHERES THE MAN WHO ATE THE PHOENIX THE LITTLE TALES OF SMETHERS AND OTHER STORIES The Short Stories LIST OF SHORT STORIES IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER LIST OF SHORT STORIES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER The Plays FIVE PLAYS PLAYS OF GODS AND MEN IF PLAYS OF NEAR AND FAR SEVEN MODERN COMEDIES PLAYS FOR EARTH AND AIR The Poetry Collection FIFTY POEMS The Non-Fiction NOWADAYS The Autobiographies WHILE THE SIRENS SLEPT THE SIRENS WAKE The Biography DUNSANY THE DRAMATIST by Edward Hale Bierstadt Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles or to purchase this eBook as a Parts Edition of individual eBooks

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Musaicum Books presents to you new collection of the greatest sea adventure novels, to bring back your lust of voyage, your sense of adventure and the joy of discovery. Content: Captain Charles Johnson: The History of Pirates R. L. Stevenson: Treasure Island Jack London: The Sea Wolf The Mutiny of the Elsinore A Son of the Sun Daniel Defoe: Robinson Crusoe Captain Singleton Tobias Smollett: The Adventures of Roderick Random Walter Scott: The Pirate Frederick Marryat: Mr. Midshipman Easy Masterman Ready; Or, The Wreck of the "Pacific" Edgar Allan Poe: The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket James Fenimore Cooper: The Pilot: A Tale of the Sea The Red Rover Afloat and Ashore: A Sea Tale Miles Wallingford Homeward Bound; Or, The Chase: A Tale of the Sea Thomas Mayne Reid: The Ocean Waifs: A Story of Adventure on Land and Sea Victor Hugo: Toilers of the Sea Herman Melville: Redburn White-Jacket Moby Dick Benito Cereno R. M. Ballantyne: The Coral Island: A Tale of the Pacific Ocean Fighting the Whales Jules Verne: The Voyages and Adventures of Captain Hatteras In Search of the Castaways; Or, The Children of Captain Grant 20 000 Leagues under the Sea Dick Sand: A Captain at Fifteen An Antarctic Mystery L. Frank Baum: Sam Steele's Adventures on Land and Sea Randall Parrish: Wolves of the Sea Charles Boardman Hawes: The Dark Frigate The Mutineers Joseph Conrad: The Nigger of the 'Narcissus' Lord Jim Typhoon The Shadow Line The Arrow of Gold Rudyard Kipling: Captains Courageous Ralph Henry Barbour: The Adventure Club Afloat Rafael Sabatini: Captain Blood The Sea-Hawk Jeffery Farnol: Black Bartlemy's Treasure Martin Conisby's Vengeance

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“Monarch The Big Bear of Tallac” is a 1919 short story by Ernest Thompson Seton. A wonderful example of classic animal fiction, it follows the trials and adventures of a large North American grizzly bear. Suspenseful, engaging and empathic, this charming tale is highly recommended for lovers of classic literature and animal fiction in particular. Contents include: “The Two Springs”, “The Springs and the Miner's Dam”, “The Trout Pool”, “The Stream that Sank in the Sand”, “The River Held in the Foothills”, “The Broken Dam”, “The Freshet”, etc. Ernest Thompson Seton (1860 – 1946) was an English author and wildlife artist who founded the Woodcraft Indians in 1902. He was also among the founding members of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), established in 1910. He wrote profusely on this subject, the most notable of his scouting literature including “The Birch Bark Roll” and the “Boy Scout Handbook”. Seton was also an early pioneer of animal fiction writing, and he is fondly remembered for his charming book “Wild Animals I Have Known” (1898). Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this book now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new biography of the author.

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This carefully crafted ebook: "RUDYARD KIPLING PREMIUM COLLECTION: His Greatest Works in One Volume (Illustrated)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. "The Jungle Book" is a collection of stories and fables, using animals in an anthropomorphic manner to give moral lessons. The verses of The Law of the Jungle, for example, lay down rules for the safety of individuals, families and communities. The best-known of them are the three stories revolving around the adventures of an abandoned "man cub" Mowgli who is raised by wolves in the Indian jungle. The most famous of the other four stories are probably Rikki-Tikki-Tavi and Toomai of the Elephants. "The Second Jungle Book" is a sequel which features five stories about Mowgli and three unrelated stories, all but one set in India, most of which Kipling wrote while living in Vermont. "The Man Who Would Be King" is a novella about two British adventurers in British India who become kings of Kafiristan, a remote part of Afghanistan. The story was inspired by the exploits of James Brooke, an Englishman who became the first White Rajah of Sarawak in Borneo. "Kim" is and adventure novel about the orphaned son of an Irish soldier and a poor Irish mother who have both died in poverty. Living a vagabond existence in India under British rule in the late 19th century, Kim earns his living by begging and running small errands on the streets of Lahore. "The Just So Stories" are a highly fantasized origin stories, especially for differences among animals, they are among Kipling's best known works. "The Light That Failed" "Captain Courageous" "Plain Tales from the Hills" Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) was an English short-story writer, poet, and novelist. He wrote tales and poems of British soldiers in India and stories for children. He is regarded as a major innovator in the art of the short story; his children's books are classics of children's literature.

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e-artnow present to you this unique collection of the greatest works by John and Anna Buchan (who wrote by pseudonym O. Douglas). John is mostly known by his spy thrillers and action novels, and Anna by her vivid portrayal of life and characters of the Scottish small towns and villages. Even though the legacy of the Buchan Family's Pen is very different in genre and theme, they both shared the common writing approach which was to write based on their life experience, to become inspired by the people they knew. Through their stories they brought to life the complex, courageous and tenacious people they got to know. Through their work they left us the testimony of the biggest shift in 20th century - the time of peace, happiness and naivety and the time of peril which destroyed forever their way of life after World War I. _x000D_ Contents:_x000D_ John Buchan:_x000D_ The Thirty-Nine Steps_x000D_ The Three Hostages_x000D_ Huntingtower_x000D_ Castle Gay_x000D_ The Power-House_x000D_ John Macnab_x000D_ Sir Quixote of the Moors_x000D_ John Burnet of Barns_x000D_ A Lost Lady of Old Years_x000D_ The Half-Hearted_x000D_ Salute to Adventurers_x000D_ Midwinter_x000D_ Witch Wood_x000D_ The Free Fishers_x000D_ Memory Hold-the-door – An Autobiography _x000D_ Anna Buchan:_x000D_ Olivia in India_x000D_ The Setons_x000D_ Penny Plain_x000D_ Ann and Her Mother_x000D_ Pink Sugar_x000D_ The Proper Place_x000D_ The Day of Small Things_x000D_ Priorsford_x000D_ Taken by the Hand_x000D_ Jane's Parlour_x000D_ The House That Is Our Own_x000D_ Unforgettable, Unforgotten – A Memoir

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"American Political Ideas Viewed from the Standpoint of Universal History" by John Fiske. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

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World's Greatest Horror Stories: Collection of 42 Best Horror Novels of All Time This Combo Collection (Set of 42 Books) includes All-time Bestseller Books. This anthology contains: At the Mountains of Madness: H. P. Lovecraft's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by H. P. Lovecraft The Devil's Pool: George Sand's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by George Sand A Christmas Carol in Prose; Being a Ghost Story of Christmas: Charles Dickens's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Charles Dickens The King in Yellow: Robert W. Chambers's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Robert W. Chambers Frankenstein or, The Modern Prometheus: Mary W. Shelley's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Mary W. Shelley The Boats of the Glen Carrig: William Hope Hodgson's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by William Hope Hodgson The Vampyre a Tale: John William Polidori's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by John William Polidori The Best Psychic Stories: Joseph Lewis French's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Joseph Lewis French The Devil Doctor: Sax Rohmer's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Sax Rohmer The Turn of the Screw: Henry James's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Henry James Green Tea : (Fantasy, Horror, Short Stories, Ghost, Classics, Literature) by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu The Best Ghost Stories: Arthur B. Reeve and Joseph Lewis French's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Arthur B. Reeve and Joseph Lewis French Dracula's Guest: Bram Stoker's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Bram Stoker The Mystery of the Sea: Bram Stoker's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Bram Stoker Three Ghost Stories: Charles Dickens's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Charles Dickens Tales of Terror and Mystery: Arthur Conan Doyle's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Arthur Conan Doyle The Christmas Eve: A Ghost Story: Charles Dickens's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Charles Dickens Indian Ghost Stories: S. Mukerji's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by S. Mukerji The Parasite: Arthur Conan Doyle's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Arthur Conan Doyle Ghosts: A Domestic Tragedy in Three Acts: Henrik Ibsen's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Henrik Ibsen The History of the Devil, As Well Ancient as Modern: In Two Parts: Daniel Defoe's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Daniel Defoe The Haunters;The Haunted: Ernest Rhys's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Ernest Rhys The Shadow over Innsmouth: H. P. Lovecraft's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by H. P. Lovecraft The Mysteries of Udolpho: Ann Radcliffe's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Ann Radcliffe The House of the Seven Gables (Illustrated): Nathaniel Hawthorne's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Nathaniel Hawthorne Dracula: Bram Stoker's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Bram Stoker Humorous Ghost Stories: Dorothy Scarborough's Best Classic Humorous Horror Thrillers by Dorothy Scarborough Present at a Hanging and Other Ghost Stories: Ambrose Bierce's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Ambrose Bierce The Monkey's Paw: W. W. Jacobs's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by W. W. Jacobs The Devil in Iron: Robert E. Howard's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Robert E. Howard The Monk: A Romance: M. G. Lewis's Best Classic Horror Thrillers (Best Classic Horror Novels of All Time) by M. G. Lewis The Dunwich Horror: H. P. Lovecraft's Best Classic Horror Thrillers (Best Classic Horror Novels of All Time) by H. P. Lovecraft Great Ghost Stories: Joseph Lewis French's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Joseph Lewis French Can Such Things Be? : Ambrose Bierce's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Ambrose Bierce The Phantom 'Rickshaw and Other Ghost Stories: Rudyard Kipling's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Rudyard Kipling Demonology and Devil-lore: Moncure Daniel Conway's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Moncure Daniel Conway Carmilla: Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu The Phantom of the Opera: Gaston Leroux's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Gaston Leroux The Legend of Sleepy Hollow: Washington Irving's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by Washington Irving The Great God Pan: Arthur Machen's Best Classic Horror Thrillers (Best Classic Horror Novels of All Time) by Arthur Machen Supernatural Horror in Literature: H. P. Lovecraft's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by H. P. Lovecraft The Lifted Veil: George Eliot's Best Classic Horror Thrillers by George Eliot

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Discover the groundbreaking and moving lesbian novel that rocked the British establishment. As a little girl Stephen Gordon always felt different. A talent for sport, a hatred of dresses and a preference for solitude were not considered suitable for a young lady of the Victorian upper-class. But when Stephen grows up and falls passionately in love with another woman, her standing in the county and her place at the home she loves become untenable. Stephen must set off to discover whether there is anywhere in the world that will have her. The complete and enhanced edition contains extra information and archival material that tells the fascinating story behind The Well's controversial publication, trial and ban in 1928.

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Athens and Sparta, the mighty city states of ancient Greece, locked together in a quarter century of conflict: the Peloponnesian War. Alexias the Athenian was born, passed through childhood and grew to manhood in those troubled years, that desperate and dangerous epoch when the golden age of Pericles was declining into uncertainty and fear for the future. Of good family, he and his friends are brought up and educated in the things of the intellect and in athletic and martial pursuits. They learn to hunt and to love, to wrestle and to question. And all the time his star of destiny is leading him towards the moment when he must stand alongside his greatest friend Lysis in the last great clash of arms between the cities.

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This John Buchan collection is formatted to the highest digital standards. The edition incorporates an interactive table of contents, footnotes and other information relevant to the content which makes the reading experience meticulously organized and enjoyable. Richard Hannay Series The Thirty-Nine Steps Greenmantle Mr Standfast The Three Hostages The Island of Sheep Dickson McCunn and the 'Gorbals Die-hards' Series Huntingtower Castle Gay The House of the Four Winds Sir Edward Leithen Series The Power-House John Macnab The Dancing Floor The Gap in the Curtain Sick Heart River Other Novels Sir Quixote of the Moors John Burnet of Barns A Lost Lady of Old Years The Half-Hearted A Lodge in the Wilderness Prester John Salute to Adventurers The Path of the King Midwinter Witch Wood The Blanket of the Dark A Prince of the Captivity The Free Fishers The Magic Walking Stick The Courts of the Morning Short Stories Grey Weather The Moon Endureth: Tales The Far Islands Fountainblue The King of Ypres The Keeper of Cademuir No-Man's-Land Basilissa The Runagates Club... Poetry The Pilgrim Fathers Ballad for Grey Weather The Moon Endureth: Fancies Poems, Scots and English... Historical & Political Works: The African Colony: Studies in the Reconstruction Days to Remember: The British Empire in the Great War The Battle of Jutland The Battle of the Somme, First Phase The Battle of the Somme, Second Phase Nelson's History of the War (Volumes I-V) Scholar Gipsies A Book of Escapes and Hurried Journeys Montrose: A History Lord Minto, A Memoir Sir Walter Scott The King's Grace 1910-1935 Autobiography & Biography Memory Hold-the-door Unforgettable, Unforgotten by A. M. Buchan John Buchan (1875-1940) was a Scottish novelist and historian and also served as Canada's Governor General. His works include novels, collections of short stories, historiographical works and biographies. But, the most famous of his books were the adventure and spy thrillers.

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This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. George MacDonald (1824-1905) was a Scottish author, poet, and Christian minister. He was a pioneering figure in the field of fantasy literature and the mentor of fellow writer Lewis Carroll. Contents: George MacDonald by Annie Matheson Fantasy Fiction: The Princess and the Goblin The Princess and Curdie Phantastes At the Back of the North Wind The Lost Princess: A Double Story The Day Boy and the Night Girl The Flight of the Shadow Lilith: A Romance Adela Cathcart The Portent and Other Stories Dealings with the Fairies Stephen Archer and Other Tales Realistic Fiction: David Elginbrod (The Tutor's First Love) Alec-Forbes of Howglen (The Maiden's Bequest) Robert Falconer (The Musician's Quest) Ranald Bannerman's Boyhood Wilfrid Cumbermede Gutta Percha Willie St. George and St. Michael Mary Marston (A Daughter's Devotion) Warlock o' Glenwarlock (The Laird's Inheritance) Weighed and Wanting (A Gentlewoman's Choice) What's Mine's Mine (The Highlander's Last Song) Home Again (The Poet's Homecoming) The Elect Lady (The Landlady's Master) A Rough Shaking Heather and Snow (The Peasant Girl's Dream) Salted with Fire (The Minister's Restoration) Far Above Rubies Malcolm The Marquis of Lossie (The Marquis' Secret) Sir Gibbie (The Baronet's Song) Donal Grant (The Shepherd's Castle) Annals of a Quiet Neighbourhood The Seaboard Parish The Vicar's Daughter Thomas Wingfold, Curate (The Curate's Awakening) Paul Faber, Surgeon (The Lady's Confession) There and Back (The Baron's Apprenticeship) The Poetical Works of George MacDonald A Hidden Life and Other Poems A Book of Strife, in the Form of the Diary of an Old Soul Rampolli: Growths from a Long-planted Root Theological Writings: Unspoken Sermons The Miracles of Our Lord The Hope of the Gospel ...

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This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Table of Contents: Novels The Thirty-nine Steps Greenmantle Mr Standfast Huntingtower The Power-House Sir Quixote of the Moors John Burnet of Barns Grey Weather A Lost Lady of Old Years The Half-Hearted A Lodge in the Wilderness Prester John Salute to Adventurers The Path of the King Short Stories Grey Weather The Moon Endureth: Tales The Far Islands Fountainblue The King of Ypres The Keeper of Cademuir No-Man's-Land Basilissa The Watcher by the Threshold The Outgoing of the Tide A Journey of Little Profit The Grove of Ashtaroth Space Fullcircle The Company of the Marjolaine At the Rising of the Waters At the Article of Death Comedy in the Full Moon 'Divus' Johnston Politics and the Mayfly Poetry To the Adventurous Spirit of the North The Pilgrim Fathers: The Newdigate Prize Poem The Ballad for Grey Weather I The Ballad for Grey Weather II The Moon Endureth: Fancies Poems, Scots and English Th' Immortal Wanderer Youth I ("Angel of love and light and truth") Spirit of Art I ("I change not. I am old as Time") Youth II ("Angel, that heart I seek to know") Spirit of Art II ("On mountain lawns, in meads of spring") "Oh, if my love were sailor-bred" "A' are gane, the gude, the kindly" War & Other Writings The Battle of Jutland The Battle of the Somme, First Phase The Battle of the Somme, Second Phase Nelson's History of the War Volume I-V ... John Buchan (1875-1940) was a Scottish novelist and historian and also served as Canada's Governor General. His 100 works include nearly thirty novels, seven collections of short stories and biographies. But, the most famous of his books were the adventure and spy thrillers.

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Musaicum Books presents to you this carefully created volume of "The Greatest Works of Melville Davisson Post: 40+ Titles in One Edition". This ebook has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Table of Contents: The Strange Schemes of Randolph Mason The Corpus Delicti Two Plungers of Manhattan Woodford's Partner The Error of William Van Broom The Men of the Jimmy The Sheriff of Gullmore The Animus Furandi The Man of Last Resort (The Clients of Randolph Mason) The Governor's Machine Mrs. Van Barton Once in Jeopardy The Grazier The Rule Against Carper Uncle Abner, Master of Mysteries The Doomdorf Mystery The Wrong Hand The Angel of the Lord An Act of God The Treasure Hunter The House of the Dead Man A Twilight Adventure The Age of Miracles The Tenth Commandment The Devil's Tools The Hidden Law The Riddle The Straw Man The Mystery of Chance The Concealed Path The Edge of the Shadow The Adopted Daughter Naboth's Vineyard The Sleuth of St. James Square The Thing on the Hearth The Reward The Lost Lady The Cambered Foot The Man in the Green Hat The Wrong Sign The Fortune Teller The Hole in the Mahogany Panel The End of the Road The Last Adventure American Horses The Spread Rails The Pumpkin Coach The Yellow Flower Satire of the Sea The House by the Loch Novels Dwellers in the Hills The Gilded Chair The Mountain School-Teacher Melville Davisson Post (1869-1930) was an American author, born in West Virginia. Post's best-known character is the mystery solving, justice dispensing West Virginian backwoodsman, Uncle Abner. Post also wrote number of stories about Randolph Mason, a brusque New York lawyer who is highly skilled at turning legal loopholes and technicalities to his clients' advantage. Post's other recurring characters include Sir Henry Marquis of Scotland Yard, the French policeman Monsieur Jonquelle and the Virginia lawyer Colonel Braxton.

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John Buchan’s ‘shocker’ adventure novels have entertained readers for over a century and now, for the first time in publishing history, readers can explore the author’s complete fictional works in a single collection. This comprehensive eBook presents numerous illustrations, rare texts, informative introductions and the usual Delphi bonus material. (Version 2) * Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Buchan’s life and works * Concise introductions to the novels and other texts * ALL 29 novels, with individual contents tables * Special series contents table for the Richard Hannay and Dickson McCunn novels * Even includes rare works, like the children’s novel THE MAGIC WALKING-STICK and the author’s last novel THE LONG TRAVERSE, appearing here for the first time * Images of how the books were first printed, giving your eReader a taste of the original texts * Excellent formatting of the novels and other works * Several novels are illustrated with their original artwork * Special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the poetry and the short stories * Easily locate the poems or short stories you want to read * The complete short stories and poetry, fully indexed in chronological order * Includes a selection of Buchan’s non-fiction, including his celebrated biographies on Sir Walter Scott, Lord Minto and King George V * Features Buchan’s rare autobiography, published shortly after his death – explore Buchan’s literary life * Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres * UPDATED with 7 non-fiction works and corrected texts CONTENTS: The Richard Hannay Series The Dickson McCunn Trilogy The Edward Leithen Novels The Novels Sir Quixote of the Moors (1895) John Burnet of Barns (1898) A Lost Lady of Old Years (1899) The Half-Hearted (1900) A Lodge in the Wilderness (1906) Prester John (1910) The Power-House (1913) The Thirty-Nine Steps (1915) Salute to Adventurers (1915) Greenmantle (1916) Mr Standfast (1919) The Path of a King (1921) Huntingtower (1922) Midwinter (1923) The Three Hostages (1924) John Macnab (1925) The Goddess from the Shades (1926) Witch Wood (1927) The Magic Walking-Stick (1927) The Courts of the Morning (1929) Castle Gay (1930) The Blanket of the Dark (1931) The Gap in the Curtain (1932) A Prince of the Captivity (1933) The Free Fishers (1934) The House of the Four Winds (1935) The Island of Sheep (1936) Sick Heart River (1941) The Long Traverse (1941) The Short Stories The Short Stories of John Buchan The Poetry The Poetry of John Buchan The Non-Fiction The African Colony (1903) Preface to ‘The German Fury in Belgium’ (1917) by L. Mokveld The Battle of the Somme: Second Phase (1917) A Book of Escapes and Hurried Journeys (1922) The Last Secrets (1923) Days to Remember (1923) Lord Minto (1924) Montrose (1928) Sir Walter Scott (1932) Oliver Cromwell (1934) Men and Deeds (1935) The King’s Grace (1935) The Interpreter’s House (1938) The Autobiography Memory Hold-The-Door (1940)

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This carefully edited collection of all time favourite pirate classics is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents: Treasure Island (Robert Louis Stevenson) Gold-Bug (Edgar Allan Poe) Peter Pan and Wendy (J. M. Barrie) Captain Singleton (Daniel Defoe) Captain Sharkey (Arthur Conan Doyle) Coral Island (R. M. Ballantyne) Captain Boldheart (Charles Dickens) Master Key (L. Frank Baum) Robinson Crusoe (Daniel Defoe)

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Musaicum Books presents to you this meticulously edited collection of feminist masterpieces - from fictional protagonists who influenced generations of young women to the real heroines of the past, their life stories and their legacy. Fiction: Camilla (Fanny Burney) Maria; Or, The Wrongs of Woman (Mary Wollstonecraft) Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen) Jane Eyre (Charlotte Brontë) The Scarlet Letter (Nathaniel Hawthorne) Lady Macbeth of the Mzinsk District (Nikolai Leskov) Hester (Margaret Oliphant) Life in the Iron Mills (Rebecca Davis) Little Women (Louisa May Alcott) The Portrait of a Lady (Henry James) Anna Karenina (Leo Tolstoy) Tess of the d'Urbervilles (Thomas Hardy) North and South (Elizabeth Gaskell) The Yellow Wallpaper (Charlotte Perkins Gilman) Herland (Charlotte Perkins Gilman) A Doll's House (Henrik Ibsen) Hedda Gabler (Henrik Ibsen) The Awakening (Kate Chopin) The Woman Who Did (Grant Allen) Miss Cayley's Adventures (Grant Allen) New Amazonia (Elizabeth Corbett) A Girl of the Limberlost (Gene Stratton-Porter) The Iron Woman (Margaret Deland) My Ántonia (Willa Cather) The House of Mirth (Edith Wharton) Summer (Edith Wharton) Sister Carrie (Theodore Dreiser) Sisters (Ada Cambridge) Hagar (Mary Johnston) Samantha on the Woman Question (Marietta Holley) The Precipice (Elia Wilkinson Peattie) To the Lighthouse (Virginia Woolf) Miss Lulu Bett (Zona Gale) Lady Chatterley's Lover (D. H. Lawrence) The Enchanted April (Elizabeth von Arnim) Gone with the Wind (Margaret Mitchell) Emily of New Moon (Lucy Maud Montgomery) Memoirs: Madame Vigée Lebrun Jane Austen Caroline Herschel Mrs. Seacole Elizabeth Cady Stanton Emmeline Pankhurst Biographies: Lucretia Sappho Aspasia of Cyrus Portia Octavia Cleopatra Julia Domna Zenobia Valeria Hypatia Roswitha the Nun Marie de France Mechthild of Magdeburg Joan of Arc Catharine of Arragon Anne Boleyn Queen Elizabeth Mary, Queen of Scots Queen Anne Maria Theresa Marie Antoinette Madame de Stael Augustina Saragoza Charlotte Brontë Florence Nightingale Harriet Tubman

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This is a collection of genealogies of the early settlers of "Old Hunterdon County," New Jersey, the majority of the histories tracing families through successive generations of the 18th and 19th centuries in what is now mostly Mercer County. Composed chiefly of a recitation of births, marriages, and deaths, the family histories number more than sixty and touch on several thousand related persons, all of whom are conveniently cited in the index. The following is a representative list of the families treated in the work: Anderson, Anthony, Beatty, Brearley, Burroughs, Cadwalader, Chambers, Clark, Coleman, Cook, Cooley, Dean, Dickinson, Ewing, Field, Fish, Furman, Green, Guild, Hart, Hendrickson, Hild, Houston, Howell, Hunt, Jones, Lanning, Lott, McIlvaine, Moore, Muirhead, Phillips, Potts, Reading, Reed, Reeder, Roberts, Rose, Rozell, Scudder, Slack, Smith, Temple, Tindall, Titus, Tomlinson, Trent, Van Cleve, Welling, White, Woodhull, Woodruff, Woolsey, and Yard.

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Set in the late 17th century United States, The Witch of Salem tells an incredible story about the madness of Salem and the history of the times. Cora Waters is the daughter of an indented slave, whose father was captured at the time of the overthrow of the Duke of Monmouth. Together with Charles Stevens of Salem, she is the protagonist of the story, whose main villain is Samuel Parris, the chief actor in the Salem tragedy, a person of fierce ambition that led him to deeds of atrocity unsurpassed. He had scarce a redeeming feature. His religion was hypocrisy, superstition, revenge and bigotry.

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Nature was always vital in Thomas Merton’s life, from the long hours he spent as a child watching his father paint landscapes in the fresh air, to his final years of solitude in the hermitage at Our Lady of Gethsemani, where he contemplated and wrote about the beauty of his surroundings. Throughout his life, Merton’s study of the natural world shaped his spirituality in profound ways, and he was one of the first writers to raise concern about ecological issues that have become critical in recent years. In The Environmental Vision of Thomas Merton, author Monica Weis suggests that Merton’s interest in nature, which developed significantly during his years at the Abbey of Gethsemani, laid the foundation for his growing environmental consciousness. Tracing Merton’s awareness of the natural world from his childhood to the final years of his life, Weis explores his deepening sense of place and desire for solitude, his love and responsibility for all living things, and his evolving ecological awareness.

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Founded in the remote mountains of ChinaOs Jiangxi Province in 1958, the Communist Labor University introduced uneducated laborers to basic agricultural science and farming techniques through an innovative work-study program until 1980. Drawing on a wealth of archival materials, John Cleverley explores the inner workings of this unique institution and the personal involvement of Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai, Zhu De, and Deng Xiaoping. Illuminating the internal and external politics of a remarkable social experiment from both an institutional and personal perspective, the book underscores the larger issues of educational reform and political change in China.

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Today, millions of people around the world enjoy California's legendary wines, unaware that 90 years ago the families who made these wines--and in many cases still do – turned to struggle and subterfuge to save the industry we now cherish. When Prohibition took effect in 1919, three months after one of the greatest California grape harvests of all time, violence and chaos descended on Northern California. Federal agents spilled thousands of gallons of wine in the rivers and creeks, gun battles erupted on dark country roads, and local law enforcement officers, sympathetic to their winemaking neighbors, found ways to run circles around the intruding authorities. For the state's winemaking families--many of them immigrants from Italy--surviving Prohibition meant facing impossible decisions, whether to give up the idyllic way of life their families had known for generations, or break the law to enable their wine businesses and their livelihood to survive. Including moments of both desperation and joy, Sosnowski tells the inspiring story of how ordinary people fought to protect to a beautiful and timeless culture in the lovely hills and valleys of now-celebrated wine country.

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This book studies how the rhetoric of travel introduces different conceptualizations of space and time in scenarios of war during the last decades of the 19th century, in Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay. By examining accounts of war and travel in the context of the consolidation of state apparatuses in these countries, Uriarte underlines the essential role that war (in connection to empire and capital) has played in the Latin American process of modernization and state formation. In this book, the analysis of British and Latin American travel narratives proves particularly productive in reading the ways in which national spaces are reconfigured, reimagined, and reappropriated by the state apparatus. War turns out to be a central instrument not just for making possible this logic of appropriation, but also for bringing temporal notions such as modernization and progress to spaces that were described — albeit problematically — as being outside of history. The book argues that wars waged against "deserts" (as Patagonia, the sertão, Paraguay, and the Uruguayan countryside were described and imagined) were in fact means of generating empty spaces, real voids that were the condition for new foundations. The study of travel writing is an essential tool for understanding the transformations of space brought by war, and for analyzing in detail the forms and connotations of movement in connection to violence. Uriarte pays particular attention to the effects that witnessing war had on the traveler’s identity and on the relation that is established with the oikos or point of departure of their own voyage. Written at the intersection of literary analysis, critical geography, political science, and history, this book will be of interest to those studying Latin American literature, Travel Writing, and neocolonialism and Empire writing.

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Enjoy the best sea adventures, treasure hunt tales and bloody battles, along with learning the truth behind the legends, the real life stories that inspired so many writers and produced so many beloved classics: History of the Robberies and Murders of the Most Notorious Pirates (Captain Charles Johnson) The Book of Buried Treasure Treasure Island (R. L. Stevenson) Blackbeard: Buccaneer (R. D. Paine) Pieces of Eight (Le Gallienne) Captain Singleton (Defoe) Gold-Bug (Edgar Allan Poe) Hearts of Three (Jack London) The Dark Frigate (C. B. Hawes) Isle of Pirate's Doom (Robert E. Howard) Swords of Red Brotherhood (Howard) Queen of Black Coast (Howard) Barbarossa—King of the Corsairs Black Vulmea (Howard) Afloat and Ashore (James F. Cooper) Homeward Bound (Cooper) Red Rover (Cooper) Facing the Flag (Jules Verne) A Pirate of the Caribbees (H. Collingwood) Pirate Gow (Daniel Defoe) The King of Pirates (Defoe) The Pirate (Walter Scott) Rose of Paradise (Howard Pyle) Captain Sharkey (Arthur Conan Doyle) The Pirate (Frederick Marryat) Three Cutters (Marryat) Madman and the Pirate (R. M. Ballantyne) The Offshore Pirate (F. Scott Fitzgerald) Coral Island (Ballantyne) Under the Waves (Ballantyne) Pirate City (Ballantyne) Captain Boldheart (Dickens) Master Key (L. Frank Baum) A Man to His Mate (J. Allan Dunn) Tales of the Fish Patrol (Jack London) Robinson Crusoe (Defoe) Peter Pan and Wendy (J. M. Barrie) Mysterious Island (Jules Verne) Count of Monte Cristo (Dumas) Ghost Pirates (W. H. Hodgson) The Pirate Island (H. Collingwood) Among Malay Pirates The Capture of Panama, 1671 The Malay Proas (James F. Cooper) The Daughter of the Great Mogul (Defoe) Morgan at Puerto Bello The Ways of the Buccaneers Narrative of the Capture of the Ship Derby, 1735 (Captain Anselm) The Fight Between the Dorrill and the Moca Jaddi the Malay Pirate The Terrible Ladrones The Female Captive The Passing of Mogul Mackenzie Sea-Wolves of the Mediterranean Pirates of Panama ...

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