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The Dark Shore

The Atlanteans #2

by Kevin Emerson

The Dark Shore, the second novel in Kevin Emerson’s Atlanteans series, continues the story of Owen Parker, one of the powerful descendants of the highly advanced Atlantean race.

 

Owen, Lilly and Leech have...


Accomplish The Impossible: The Six Secrets of Sustainability and Transformation for Business, Art, Science & Life: Revealing Wisdom Hidden in the Enne

by Steffan Soule

Through the power of the symbol known as the Enneagram, Steffan Soule unlocks a system for a new way of thinking that shows how to successfully master every important process. Based on the author's thirty years...


Andrew North Blows Up the World

by Adam Selzer

A dynamic and hilarious new hero for early middle-grade.

Andrew "Danger" North is no ordinary third-grader. He, his brother, Jack, and his father are spies. That is what Jack has always told him, and everything...


If a Stranger Approaches You: Stories

by Laura Kasischke

Kasischke's surreal stories verge on sci fi -- ghost girls in the backyard and changelings in the kitchen.


Landscape with Yellow Birds

by Jose Angel Valente & Tom Christensen

For José Ángel Valente, the word was foremost. He was of a generation that came of age under the Franco dictatorship. But unlike many of his contemporaries, he did not often address political or social issues...


The Late Great American Church: Is the Sun Setting on the American Church?

by Floyd C. McElveen & Greg Bilbo

This is a book written with passion by a longtime missionary, evangelist and author who fervently hopes to wake up the American Church. America is losing thousands of Churches each year. "Christians" are not...


Canary

by Nancy Jo Cullen

White trash, red wine, pink triangles, and Jesus. Gay culture meets God culture in these boozy and off-color stories.


Would You Mind?

by Robert Joseph Greene

Nate Lawson didn't know the kind of parents he had until he fell in love with another guy in high school. This wasn't just any guy, it was Mike Sarafin, the boy Nate had a crush on since the 8th Grade. Would...


Self-Portrait Without a Bicycle

by Jessica Hiemstra

These poems stitch loss to memory, to colours and smells, to tastes of past and present, canvas and ink.


Agreeable Connexions: Scottish Enlightenment Links with France

by Alexander Broadie

Scotland has played an immense role in European high culture through the centuries, and among its cultural links none have been greater than those with France. This book shows that the links with France stretch...


From an Antique Land: Visual Representations of the Highlands and Islands 1700-1880

by Anne MacLeod

This book looks at visual images as an alternative and undervalued source of evidence for ideas about the Scottish Gaidhealtachd in the period 1700 - 1880. Illustrated with 100 plates, it brings together many...


Bishops and Covenanters: The Church in Scotland, 1688-1691

by Ann Shukman

Why did the young Protestant monarch William of Orange fail to make his mark on Scotland? How did a particularly hard-line 'Protester' branch of Presbyterianism (the last off-shoot of the Convenanting movement)...


Faith of an Atheist: Do You Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist?

by Floyd C. McElveen, Greg Bilbo & Michael C. Hockett

Author Floyd C. McElveen heard men crying out for God when a Kamikaze suicide plane hit his ship in WWII. Several different "Religions" tried to convince him that they had the answers. Vocal Atheists claimed...


Alexander II: King of Scots 1214-1249

by Richard Oram

By equal measure state-builder and political unifier and ruthless opportunist and bloody-handed aggressor, Alexander II has been praised or vilified by past historians but has rarely been viewed in the round....


So Send I You: A Burning Passion to Share Christ

by Floyd C. McElveen & Greg Bilbo

This is a complete handbook for soul winning. It will motivate you to share the wonderful gospel of Jesus. The author gives examples and illustrations, as well as provides a step by step method to easily present...


Oracle Database 11g: A Beginner's Guide eBook

by Ian Abramson, Michael Abbey & Michael J. Corey

Get a Solid Foundation in Oracle Database Technology

Master Oracle Database 11g fundamentals quickly and easily. Using self-paced tutorials, this book covers core database essentials, the role of the administrator,...


Draylon - God Killer

by Kenneth Balfour

JUDGEMENT IS COMING FOR US ALL. ONLY ONE THING STANDS IN ITS WAY. DRAYLON: ALIEN-HUMAN HYBRID.


Hercules and the Farmer's Wife: And Other Stories from a Cumbrian Art Gallery

by Chris Wadsworth

When Chris Wadsworth, and husband Michael, upped sticks in the South and moved north to the Lake District she had no inkling she was about to begin a new life as the owner of an art gallery. The small town of...


Alamein

by Stephen Bungay

El Alamein was the World War II land battle Britain had to win. By the summer of 1942 Rommel's German forces were threatening to sweep through the Western Desert and drive on to the Suez Canal, and Britain was...


The Greatest Traitor: The Secret Lives of Agent George Blake

by Roger Hermiston

'At every turn the gripping writing reminds you of a world of spies and betrayal that was so much a part of life in post-war Europe... Superb from start to finish.' JEREMY VINE

On 3 May 1961, after a trial...