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Skull Moon
Author: Tim Curran
Publisher: Amber Quill PressLlc
ISBN: 1592798713
Pages: 194
Year: 2004-01-01
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They were called the Gang of Ten. Masked night riders that rustled cattle and imposed vigilante justice on any who stood in their way. They were powerful, above the law. But then they lynched the son of a Blackfoot medicine man who threatened to tell their terrible secret. Now something is hunting them. One by one they die in the most horrible ways, victims of an ancient evil straight out of Blackfeet folklore. Deputy Marshal Joe Longtree is a man used to getting the truth. But in Wolf Creek, the truth can kill you. For when the sun sets behind the mountains and the shadows grow long, an unspeakable horror rises with a taste for human flesh and suffering. . .
Haggis McGregor and the Night of the Skull Moon
Author: Jen Storer, Gus Gordon
Publisher: Puffin
ISBN: 0143305247
Pages: 88
Year: 2010
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Skeletal Haggis McGregor has been dead for hundreds of years, but that doesn't stop him wanting a wife. And while he's looking for her, he and his equally bony ghostly horse have fun rampaging around the little Scottish village of Dunroamin, scaring the inhabitants out of their wits. Lonely, middle-aged Miss McDoogle is certain that Haggis intends her to be his bride, and that prospect doesn't appeal to her at all - even though her supposed great-nephew, wispy little Gordon Cobb, wants her to marry Haggis very much indeed. Will Haggis take Miss McDoogle through the portal into his life beyond the grave? Who really owns the antique handbag Haggis snatches from Miss McDoogle? Will Gordon find a home and a family? All the questions are finally answered in this wonderfully funny and macabre story of a self-obsessed, bony, kilt-wearing Scotsman with a longing for romance.
Journal / Notebook Skull
Author: Tom Young, Residual Hustler
Publisher:
ISBN: 1722367431
Pages: 138
Year: 2018-07-05
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Journal / Notebook Skull-Moon-Red-Cloud-Horror6 x 9 ... 137 lined pages for endless note taking. To do lists to help you accomplish your daily goals. Jot down your thoughts throughout the day.
Dark Moon
Author: Mary Bennett, David S. Percy
Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
ISBN: 0932813909
Pages: 572
Year: 2001
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As the dust settles on the 30th anniversary of Apollo 11, information is now coming to light that throws into serious doubt the authenticity of the Apollo record. New evidence clearly suggests that NASA hoaxed the photographs taken on the surface of the Moon. These disturbing findings are supported by detailed analysis of the Apollo images by professional photographer David S Percy ARPS and physicist David Groves PhD. The numerous inconsistencies clearly visible in the Apollo photographic account are quite irrefutable. Recent research indicates that the errors evidenced in DARK MOON were deliberately planted by individuals determined to leave clues to the faking in which they were unwillingly involved. DARK MOON is the answer to the question-did the Apollo missions really land a man on the Moon and return him alive and well to Earth, or is the record incorrect?
The Lost Chronicles of the Maya Kings
Author: David Drew
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520226127
Pages: 450
Year: 1999
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An in-depth discussion of the latest archeological findings about the Mayan civilization explores the sophistication of this long-misunderstood culture and addressing such issues as why the civilization disappeared, why they built cities in jungles, and more.
Comanche Moon
Author: Larry McMurtry
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684857553
Pages: 720
Year: 2000-10-17
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Set against the bitter frontier strife between Texans and the Comanche, Texas Rangers Gus McCrae and Woodrow Call battle Buffalo Hump, the enigmatic war chief, and Gus' long-time nemesis, Blue Duck.
The City by the Sunlit Sea
Author: Tony Ives
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1326190393
Pages:
Year: 2015-02-18
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First, there was the skeleton of a woman six years dead, sitting in a chair in the desert. Then there was the malevolent Mr Grey Hover who put her there and when Oscar Harper dies, things take a turn for the worse. Carthage is a city on the shore of the sunlit sea: a place of canals, parks and pleasant boulevards. It's a place where you could take a pleasant stroll on a sunny afternoon if it weren't for those who walk in its sunless shadows.
Fleshing Out Skull & Bones
Author: Kris Millegan
Publisher: Trine Day
ISBN: 1937584046
Pages: 720
Year: 2004-10-01
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This chronicle of espionage, drug smuggling, and elitism in Yale University's Skull & Bones society offers rare glimpses into this secret world with previously unpublished documents, photographs, and articles that delve into issues such as racism, financial ties to the Nazi party, and illegal corporate dealings. Contributors include Anthony Sutton, author of America's Secret Establishment; Dr. Ralph Bunch, professor emeritus of political science at Portland State University; Webster Griffin Tarpley and Anton Chaitkin, authors and historians. A complete list of members, including George Bush, George W. Bush, and John F. Kerry, and reprints of rare magazine articles are included.
The Moon of Skulls
Author: Robert E. Howard
Publisher: eStar Books
ISBN: 1612107060
Pages:
Year: 2013-08-01
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Kane goes to Africa on the trail of an English girl named Marylin Taferal, kidnapped from her home by Barbary pirates! In his quest he finds the hidden city of Negari…
Everything Under the Moon
Author: Jeff Johnson
Publisher: Soft Skull Press
ISBN: 1619028549
Pages: 300
Year: 2016-08-22
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Born in Missouri more than a century ago and raised in a Pentecostal orphanage, the creature now calling himself Gelson Verber has changed his name countless times. He’s part-werewolf, and makes his living hunting certain kinds of bad men—criminals, rapists, thugs—in an often grotesque parody of the natural order. Verber is clearly suffering from the kinds of things a werewolf would be uniquely vulnerable to in the modern world: the horror of war, drug abuse, and isolation in the rain-drenched environment of Portland, Oregon. He has PTSD, but in a unique way, often flashing back to his time with a regiment in World War II. His smooth life as a serial killer takes a turn when he falls into the crosshairs of Salt Street, a development corporation running pirated criminology software and Big Data sieves to identify werewolf hybrids, who are then forced into servitude. As he falls deeper into the trap that has been set for him, his introduction to its evil architect triggers within Verber a string of recollections, conversations with the late werewolf-hybrid, John Jack Bridger. Salt Street's trap is masterful, but it does have one terrible flaw: you cannot cage someone—or some thing—like Gelson Verber.
Planets in Play
Author: Laurence Hillman
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101216018
Pages: 352
Year: 2007-09-20
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Planets in Play is the first foundational book that lets the reader reimagine his or her inner life through the self-exploratory language of astrology. Author Laurence Hillman-a widely respected astrologer with a loyal following and a formidable online presence-reconnects the planets with the character traits given them by the ancients. Whether one accepts astrology as being "real," its language and concepts can go a long way toward helping us see the archetypes that play on our lives. In observing the strengths, weaknesses, and character traits of each planet and zodiac sign, readers will receive a toolbox filled with instruments with which to newly understand their lives. The reader will then be able to make more conscious choices about how he or she is living out these different aspects. To that end, Hillman provides specific tactics and highly practical ideas of how to expressly nourish or minimize these tendencies through choice of behavior, lifestyle, and personal surroundings. Case examples, stories, and anecdotes run throughout the book to demonstrate and ease this process. In its appendices, Planets in Play provides a guide in how to get a quality astrological reading, with an emphasis on one's dominant archetypes. In addition, Hillman offers a basic grounding in astrology for those readers, therapists, or counselors who wish to learn how the ancient art works at a psychological level without necessarily committing themselves to its study.
Corpse Rider
Author: Tim Curran
Publisher: Crossroad Press
ISBN:
Pages:
Year: 2017-10-28
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Christina is young, pretty and very alone. Her relationships seem cursed, each one turning to slow poison. Then one perfectly ordinary day, as an act of kindness, she pulls some weeds from an old derelict grave. Now she's no longer alone. For what has laid down in the cold black earth for decades has attached itself to her. For it, she will be the perfect wife and, God help her, the perfect mother.
Long Black Coffin
Author: Tim Curran
Publisher: Crossroad Press
ISBN:
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Year: 2018-10-05
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The Long Black Coffin is a '67 GTO. A street-eater and a life-taker. Like an open grave, it's hungry for death. Vic Tamberlyn committed suicide in it. His son Kurt asphyxiated in it. Maybe there's no connection, but Kurt's best friend, Johnny Breede, doesn't believe it. He begins seeing dark connections, convinced that beneath the skin of the Coffin there beats a black, terrible heart. But it's even worse than he can imagine. For the Long Black Coffin has a history. And that history will lead Johnny into a web of murder, insanity, and sexual perversion. He'll learn gruesome family secrets that connect a decade-old series of child abductions to a primordial evil that lives on in the car in the form of a sadistic teenage girl. A girl whose mother was human, but whose father was anything but.
Blood on the Moon
Author: James Ellroy
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1453227970
Pages: 262
Year: 2011-08-30
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A Los Angeles homicide detective must catch a serial killer in this breathtaking crime novel from the New York Times–bestselling author of L.A. Confidential. Lloyd Hopkins was not yet a cop when the Watts riots ripped Los Angeles apart. A member of the California National Guard, he had dreams of trading in his khaki uniform for blue—of serving and protecting instead of learning to kill. Called in to patrol the streets of South Central Los Angeles during the riots, he discovered that safeguarding his city often meant shedding blood. Seventeen years later, Hopkins wears plainclothes. He has everything he had dreamed of as a young soldier: a wife, a family, and a detective’s commission. But the city’s finest homicide detective is about to be tested. Twenty women are dead, and to find their killer, this good cop must learn to think like a madman. From a modern master of the noir novel, James Ellroy's bestselling, acclaimed crime fiction captures the seamy side of Los Angeles like no other author since Raymond Chandler.
The Book of Skulls
Author: Robert Silverberg
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1504051351
Pages: 232
Year: 2018-05-08
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How far will four friends go for immortality? This novel is Hugo and Nebula Award–winning author “Robert Silverberg at his very best” (George R. R. Martin). After Eli, a scholarly college student, finds and translates an ancient manuscript called The Book of Skulls, he and his friends embark on a cross-country trip to Arizona in search of a legendary monastery where they hope to find the secret of immortality. On the journey with Eli, there’s Timothy, an upper-class WASP with a trust fund and a solid sense of entitlement; Ned, a cynical poet and alienated gay man; and Oliver, a Kansas farm boy who escaped his rural origins and now wants to escape death. If they can find the House of Skulls where immortal monks allegedly reside, they’ll undergo a rigorous initiation. But do those eight grinning skulls mean the joke will be on them? For a sacrifice will be required. Two must die so that two may live forever . . . Stretching the boundary between science fiction and horror, Robert Silverberg masterfully probes deeper existential questions of morality, brotherhood, and self-determined destiny in what Harlan Ellison refers to as “one of my favorite nightmare novels.” This ebook features an illustrated biography of Robert Silverberg including rare images from the author’s personal collection.

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