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Whispers Among the Prairie

Set in the American West Whispers among the Prairie features the plight of the Southern Cheyenne’s lead by Chief Black Kettle. They seek peace with the white man but find war through the battles of Sand Creek and the Washita. One particular woman named Morning Dove becomes a bridge between her own world and the other world that threatens her way of life. Black Kettle is her guardian and insists…
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Rainbow People

We live in a world of individual differences. Yet when you take a closer look at anyone at all, you find that, essentially, we are all the same. This book tells you why that is. The author shares with you the informative and entertaining stories of her life work journey with disabled people. She relates how her path was ‘intercepted’ by a special group of individuals early in her career…
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Born into Evil

Born into Evil destroys the myth of an unbreakable mother – child bond, as it details how a mother emotionally detached herself from her twin sons, from the day they were born. Born into Evil is not simply a story of parental abuse, it is supported by evidence and details of how an abusive mother was able to portray herself as the victim, despite the fact she was known to…
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Screen Resolution

A must-read for parents and carers Brett Lee has spent thousands of hours as an Internet detective pretending to be a teenager online to hunt down and prosecute child sex offenders. In Screen Resolution, Brett describes his experiences in real and powerful terms, profiling predator behaviours and exposing their sinister intentions. Often confronting and at times disturbing, Brett’s account will help you discern the truth behind the screen and what…
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Natural Gas: Operations and Transport

Natural Gas: Operations and Transport is the second volume in a series of textbooks following Natural Gas: Exploration and Properties (first volume). This series is continued with Natural Gas: Customers and Consuming Industries (third volume) and Natural Gas: Economics and Environment (fourth volume). The aim of this series is to provide a student with the basic tools required when following the flow of gas from the reservoir to the burner…
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Amphibians

Amphibians are people who can ‘swim’ through anything, whether it be trees, buildings, soil or rock. They can ‘turn on their ability’ and just literally ‘dive in’. Using the usual swimming stroke, they can swim UP a tree, dive into the ground and swim through it, can dive into rock and swim through that as well. The story basically is about saving the planet and people from the destruction of…
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The Edge of My World

Rosalie is all about Poetry: The Edge of My World – Where the Forest Meets the Sea. Rosalie’s book has many faces, and its split into sections. 1    Warrior Stories and Tactics 2    Her Thoughts 3    Her Monologues 4    The Edge of Her World 5    All About Love 6    About Her 7    A Little Bit of This and a Little Bit of That You will find Rosalie amongst the pages…
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The Spirit of Love

The Spirit of Love is a collection of short writings, poems and phrases written by a man, who took himself into some of the darkest and most destructive depths that one can go with drug and alcohol addictions back in his early twenty’s.    The collection of writings contained within The Spirit of Love is a reflection of one man’s healing journey within himself and the deep questioning that has…
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Mary’s Ireland

Mary’s Ireland is a love story between an Irish barmaid and a Polish sailor. From a working class Catholic family of nineteenth century Belfast, Mary Cannon meets Walenty Nikodemski in her pub, The Shamrock. Initially, Mary is taken by Walenty’s looks especially his eyes, which shine jade black ‘seeing right through me to the very white of my skin’. With attraction battling suspicion Mary gradually sees more deeply into the…
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Red Dust Dreams

This is a book about the largest part of Australia. It provides written testimony to the way the people out there live, focussing on the domestic front. Much of the content of most other books, documentaries, TV programmes and movies dealing with outback Australia focusses more on the outdoor side of life, only touching on the domestic side. There is also a lot of history that is in danger of…
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