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Some Healing Waters You Can Buy on Internet

by Fabio Nocentini

In this e-book the reader will find an Introduction to 14 healing waters: what they are and how they can be used for their therapeutical powers. Then, in chapter 2, the complete properties of each water are...


Vibrational Waters. The Therapeutical Properties of Sacred Springs

by Fabio Nocentini

This book addresses in detail the subject of vibrational waters: waters that flow in locations of high energy and that can be used in a similar way to homeopathic and Bach flower remedies to promote mental and...


How to get rich

by Wallace Delois Wattles

THIS book is pragmatical, not philosophical; a practical manual, not a treatise upon theories. It is intended for the men and women whose most pressing need is for money; who wish to get rich first, and philosophize...


Channeling and revelations

by Anna Kingsford

IN the preface to Dreams and Dream-Stories Mrs Kingsford speaks of the "priceless insights and illuminations," acquired by means of dreams which had elucidated for her many difficulties and enigmas of life,...


The Dreadnought Boys on Battle Practice

by John Henry Goldfrap

"Isn't it a dandy picture—the real thing—just as I've always imagined it. Herc!" Ned Strong wheeled from the gaudily colored lithograph he had been admiring, and turned to a red-headed youth of about his...


The Cornish Coast (South)

by Charles G. Harper

The southern portion of the Cornish Coast may be said to begin at the head of the navigation of the river Tamar, at Weir Head, to which the excursion steamers from Plymouth can come at favourable tides, or a...


In the Shadow of Vengeance

by Nancy C. Weeks

Detective Noah McNeil has his cases in Fells Point, Maryland under control, but the same can't be said for his personal life. Elizabeth Merlot, the mother of a troubled teen Noah is mentoring, is freezing him...


Dangerous Love: 5 Intensely Suspenseful Romances

by Susanne Matthews, Genie Davis & Janis Lee Thereault

Love saves the day in this quintet of thrilling romantic suspense novels. Indulge in the sheltering embraces of a few good men (and women!) with these taut and compelling tales of intrigue.

  • Fire Angel: Criminal...


Moral Tales

by Madame Guizot

THE writings of Madame Guizot are highly celebrated in France, and though something of this celebrity may be due to her position as the wife of an illustrious statesman and historian, it must also be remembered,...


Your inner Forces and How to Use Them

by Christian D. Larson

IT is only a few years, not more than a quarter of a century, since modern psychology began to proclaim the new science of human thought and action, so that we have had but a short time to demonstrate what a...


The Problem of Truth

by H. Wildon Carr

A problem of philosophy is completely different from a problem of science. In science we accept our subject-matter as it is presented in unanalysed experience; in philosophy we examine the first principles and...


What Beethoven would say

by Rossella Vezzoli

Original and ironic short-spy-story about boys and girls facing the challenge to protect the earth and to get to know each other. With dostoevskijan suggestions, the "white nights" of our neighbourhoods.


The House At The Bottom Of The Hill

by Jennie Jones

From the best-selling author of The House on Burra Burra Lane, comes a brand-new story about opposites, attraction, an outback pub, and a pink house...

The mysterious death of her mother has left Charlotte Simmons...


Nourishing Weight Loss

by Chiara Squinzi

A healthy mix&match weight loss plan based on vegan, gluten-free and sugar-free inspiring food ideas with a special focus on snacks recipes that are not only simple and cheap to make but also delicious and innovative....


The Monster

by Edgar Saltus

When the clergyman had gone, the bride turned. Before her was an open window before which was the open sea. In the air was a tropical languor, a savour of brine, the scent of lilies, the sound of mandolins that...


Get a Literary Agent: The Complete Guide to Securing Representation for Your Work

by Chuck Sambuchino

The Ultimate Guide to Getting a Literary Agent!

If you dream of scoring the best possible deal with a traditional publisher and seeing your book in print, you need literary representation. Filled with practical,...


A Long Spoon

by Jonathan L. Howard

You may have heard of Johannes Cabal; he is a necromancer and a little infamous. He is also very sensitive to attempts on his life. When a murder of crows tries to... well, murder him, and the contents of his...


Summer Treason

by Kate Watterson

Detective Danny Haase is investigating what looks to be a suicice in his small peaceful hometown of Mayville Indiana, only to discover it might be murder. 

At the publisher's request, this title is being sold...


The Hilltop Inn

by Alice V. Roberts

Jackie Bowers, widowed for two years, recently moved five hundred miles to Ponderosa, a small town in Northern Arizona, where she purchased The Hilltop Inn, a Bed and Breakfast, a dream she has always had. When...


The Heart of the Ancient Wood

by Charles G. D. Roberts

Not indolently soft, like that which sifts in green shadow through the leafage of a summer garden, but tense, alertly and mysteriously expectant, was the silence of the forest. It was somehow like a vast bubble...