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Legacy of Evil
Author: MK Staple
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1491819200
Pages: 130
Year: 2013-10-22
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Legacy of Evil is Mk Staple’s second novel and the sequel to The Holiday Killers which she published in 2011! Legacy of Evil takes you into the world of Dana Elliott who was brutally raped by two serial killers. She had the misfortune of becoming pregnant with twins from this life altering tragedy! See how Dana and her twins cope with being victims themselves. They come to realize that they must live with the demons and also the shame that comes from being the children of monsters. The twins know that to survive they must rely on each other for support! A good Mormon upbringing helps, but they struggle and fall prey to evil circumstances beyond their control. Will Good outweigh Evil?
The Siamese Twins
Author: Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton
Pages: 390
Year: 1831
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Devils Dump
Author: Sheri Kirkendall
ISBN: 1387438778
Pages: 256
Year: 2017-12-14
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The stuff nightmares are made of ... supernatural events and seven women pregnant with twins. What else would you expect if Lucifer came to destroy your town? The people of Blessed, TX. are in the battle of their lives and don't know who is with them and who is against them. Will the James family be able to keep the angels fighting with them or will they end up fighting demons on their own? Read it with the lights on ... you never know what might be lurking just out of sight.
The War of the Twins
Author: Krishna Chandra Sagar
Publisher: Northern Book Centre
ISBN: 8172110820
Pages: 346
Year: 1997-01-01
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This is perhaps the world's first war book in which the author has not used the word `enemy' anywhere in the text and he has his own reasons for this. The two combatant countries India and Pakistan whose war events are subject matter of this work, should never be enemy of each other because they are not only the brothers but also the twins born at the same time and are inseparably linked by the geography of the sub-continent.
The Stone Messiahs : Book One - A Child Of Two Worlds
Author: Mr Kit Gleave
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1447555600
Year: 2013-03-14
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For millennia the Terracan have merged with the sky stones, travelling their mysterious paths, searching for the Dreaming Stone and the path back to those who sent them, the alien Cad a Hoi. Then hope comes with the birth of the twin Messiahs. Soon the Terracan's guiding Prophecy will be borne out and the Dreaming Stone's whereabouts known. But, King Vicehorn, believing his empire threatened, pursues the Terracan mercilessly. He attacks their northern settlement and the Messiahs, Dillapan and Tontith, accompanied by the beautiful, enigmatic Coonishinook and her fire brother, Teeka, flee into the unknown and an adventure in which they encounter strange lands, fantastic cities and fabulous creatures. Their lives, loves and loyalties will be torn and tested before the ancient Prophecy leads them to an unbearable truth, the solution of which lies 60,000 years in the future.
Lumen Island: A Halloween Tale [Ebook Edition]
Author: Michael Emery
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1291478132
Year: 2014-04-21
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Lumen Island - Book 1... Lumen are mysterious powerful luminescent orbs of pure magic - they are like the back bone of all magical things. There's a rumour going around about a living skeleton, does he come out on the night of Halloween? When will the Lumen reveal themselves? What secrets do the Lumen truly hold? Find out in the first book of the Lumen Island series and follow Cecilia and her friends as they confront their school bullies who took their Halloween sweets and discover the wonders of the Lumen. Audience: Children. Series: Lumen Island. Book no.: 1
Business Philosopher
Year: 1906
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Author: Ronald Phillips
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1456895206
Pages: 246
Year: 2011-04-11
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I remember playing the game tag as a kid. One of my brothers would suddenly holler, "You´re It!" and then tag whoever was closest and run. When I was it, I was livid...pissed. I didn´t understand why being it was so ugly and unwanted. I just hated it and always questioned, "Why?" Inspired by the popular chldhood game, ´It´ Goes On is a beautiful autobiographical account that follows the life´s journey of Roland Ezekiel Phelps, the author´s superego. It is a story of the reality of the game of "tag" and how "It" continually molded his life as a Phelps. Throughout this book, readers will know him more as a Negro, a Phelps, a twin, a Cub Scout, a high school drop out, an army vet, a murderer, an inmate, an anomaly...and much more - a preview of a lifetime of tags. It´s an egrossing memoir designed to captivate and inspire readers.
Phantom of the Pines
Author: James F. McCloy, Ray Miller
Publisher: B B& A Publishers
ISBN: 0912608951
Pages: 166
Year: 1998
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Emitting shrill cries and leaving its footprints in mud and snow, it has roamed the Pine Barrons of South Jersey for almost three hundred years. It is usually said to resemble a composite of several different animals, but it walks upright and us believed to be the child of a human mother.What is this mysterious creature? The Jersey Devil, of course! More than twenty years after their first book about the Jersey Devil was published, James McCloy and Ray Miller, Jr.'s, new research into this phenomenon continues to intrigue readers. Does the Jersey Devil actually exist? Or is it simply a hoax? Open Phantom of the Pines--if you dare--and decide for yourself.
The Devil's Mistress
Author: Laura Navarre
Publisher: Samhain Pub Limited
ISBN: 160928089X
Pages: 266
Year: 2011-03-01
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To save her family, Allegra must use her skills as an assassin to kill Anne Boleyn before her coronation and frame Anne's illegitimate brother Joscelin for the crime, but her resolve starts to waver when she falls in love with Joscelin.
African mythology
Author: Jan Knappert
ISBN: 0261666533
Pages: 272
Year: 1995-04-06
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Truth and its triumph; or, The story of the Jewish twins
Author: Sarah Schoonmaker Baker
Pages: 127
Year: 1882
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The Devil Wears Prada
Author: Lauren Weisberger
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: 0307275558
Pages: 432
Year: 2003
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A small-town girl fresh out of an Ivy League college lands a job at a prestigious fashion magazine, but wonders if the glamorous perks are worth working for the editor from hell.
Dark Twins
Author: Susan Gillman
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226293874
Pages: 217
Year: 1989-01-15
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"Many persons have such a horror of being taken in," wrote P. T. Barnum, "that they believe themselves to be a sham and are continually humbugging themselves." Mark Twain enjoyed trading on that horror, as the many confidence men, assumed identities, and disguised characters in his fiction attest. In Dark Twins, Susan Gillman challenges the widely held assumption that Twain's concern with identity is purely biographical and argues that what has been regarded as a problem of individual psychology must be located instead within American society around the turn of the century. Drawing on Twain's whole writing career, but focusing on the controversial late period of social "pessimism" and literary "incoherence," Gillman situates Twain and his work in historical context, demonstrating the complex interplay between his most intimate personal and authorial identity and the public attitudes toward race, gender, and science. Gillman shows that laws regulating race classification, paternity, and rape cases underwrite Twain's critical exploration of racial and sexual difference in the writings of the 1890s and after, most strikingly in the little-known manuscripts that Gillman calls the "tales of transvestism." The "pseudoscience" of spiritualism and the "science" of psychology provide the cultural vocabularies essential to Twain's fantasy and science fiction writings of his last two decades. Twain stands forth finally as a representative man, not only a child of his culture, but also as one implicated in a continuing American anxiety about freedom, race, and identity.
The Devil's Novice
Author: Ellis Peters
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497671248
Pages: 232
Year: 2014-08-05
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When a troubled novice is blamed for the disappearance of a priest, Brother Cadfael seeks to save his soul—and his life Outside the pale of the Abbey of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, in September of 1140, a priestly emissary for King Stephen has been reported missing. But inside the pale, what troubles Brother Cadfael is a proud, secretive nineteen-year-old novice. Brother Cadfael has never seen two men more estranged than the Lord of Aspley and Meriet, the son he coldly delivers to the abbey to begin a religious vocation. Meriet, meek by day, is so racked by dreams at night that his howls earn him the nickname “the Devil’s Novice.” Shunned and feared, Meriet is soon linked to the missing priestly emissary’s dreadful fate. Only Brother Cadfael believes in Meriet’s innocence, and only the good sleuth can uncover the truth before a boy’s pure passion, not evil intent, leads a novice to the noose.

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