All eBooks in Historical Category


The Romance of Golden Star is an adventurous story about the restoration of the lost Incan Empire. 'They were standing over a long packing-case, some seven feet in length and two and a-half in breadth, in which lay, at full length, wrapped in grave-c read more ...
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Michael Crane is struggling to get find out the true reason behind a German Professors visit to Outer Mongolia. What was his interest in the local lamasery? Michael Crane cut through the other’s subdued buzz of bland, philosophic similes with a hair read more ...
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She came from high society and she should have known she had no business associating with a gorilla like Wild Bill Clanton. However, the job she wanted done was plain burglary, and her code of honor wouldn’t let her turn thief! read more ...
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Bill Haynes was broke, down and out, flat on his uppers, and a stranger to San Francisco. It was drizzling and cold. When is offered a job… The wind lashed its wet whips from off the bay, and Haynes slouched hungrily by the fragrant doors of chowde read more ...
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'A Gent from Bear Creek' is the title of both an original short story, as well as a novel created by combining several previous short stories with some new material; the previously published short stories were altered a little to create chapters with read more ...
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The Magic Carpet takes you back to the stirring days of the Crusades when Zenghi, Lord of Mosul, rode up the glittering stairs of the empire to his doom… The battle in the meadowlands of the Euphrates was over, but not the slaughter. On that bloody read more ...
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A quick run of a cargo of booze, might be a risky business, but it can be profitable too! But had Capt. Carmichael taken on more than he handle? Excerpt “So that’s the graft, eh?” rumbled Captain Carmichael as he straightened up in his chair and ga read more ...
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The reason I despises tarantulas, stinging lizards, and hydrophobia skunks is because they reminds me so much of Aunt Lavaca, which my Uncle Jacob Grimes married in a absent-minded moment, when he was old enough to know better. That-there woman's read more ...
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Dawn of the Swordstar
No one can tell who made the spheres of twelve faces or why or what the Romans called them: maybe Corpus Sacrum. Maybe something else. We refer to them as pentagondodecahedra. But that is a modern word, and an uncouth one, too. A hundred are known read more ...
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This is a fictionalized paranormal retelling of celebrated author Edgar Allan Poe's life using the imaginary journals/diaries of his real-life brother, Henry Poe and a female admirer that follows his activities mostly from afar. Can Edgar's ghostly b read more ...
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What are the origins of mankind? Does anyone really know? There is more than just compelling evidence. There is proof that we are the product of genetic engineering. We were made in the likeness of another being. Some call it God and some call it read more ...
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2.99 €
An Oracles Novelette
Juniper Lynch has a flair for all things psychic - a gift she inherited from her dearly departed granny. When her best friend, Gena needs help finding her missing retainer, Juniper is quick to try scrying, aka crystal-gazing. With no crystal ball read more ...
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2.99 €
An Account of Military Intervention in North Russia
The writer of this book went to North Russia as a Y.M.C.A. secretary assigned to work with the army, landing at Murmansk just before Thanksgiving, 1918. This book, based on his experience, was first published two years later in 1920 in USA. From t read more ...
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1.49 €
Never volunteer for Mission 13, they warned. It’s bad luck. But Hash did. And over Amoy, even the green correspondent could see that they would never get back. A strange man, Hash. Out of the same biscuit tin as the rest, yet subtly, disturbingly dif read more ...
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Knowing she doesn’t have long to live, Liza Meacham summons local newspaper writer Nathaniel to her bedside to share a story she’s kept to herself for seven decades. It’s the story of a man named Joseph Tilley, a man she came to know quite well. With read more ...
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You love the bible? want to know more then we have a book for you. This books is called The A Bible a new revised 2014 of the OT, Apocrypha and the NT of the holy bible. One of the best bibles out today! read more ...
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7.65 €
The Man who Never Dies
No one can tell who made the spheres of twelve faces or why or what the Romans called them: maybe Corpus Sacrum. Maybe something else. We refer to them as pentagondodecahedra. But that is a modern word, and an uncouth one, too. A hundred are known read more ...
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2.99 €
– That’s all, Pasha, thank you. I’ll do myself now. – What do you mean “yourself”? I’ll give you a lift. He was surprised. She looked intently at him… and said: – Pasha, well, you know that nothing of this was real... After a pause, she added: – read more ...
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4.99 €
A race against the flames… Emmie Kirkwood is delighted when the Gateway Roadhouse insists she take a day off. Finding herself in ancient Egypt, she can think of only one thing. Spending her precious day at the most fabled library in the ancient wo read more ...
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1.99 €
Naval Alternate History
Ever wonder 'what if'? Some of the most decisive turns in warfare occurred in naval battles on the sea. Sometimes the difference between winning and losing rested on the most tenuous of decisions. Read your world as it might have been. Ten Naval B read more ...
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0.76 €
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