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The Seven Who Were Hanged
by Leonid Andreyev
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Five young revolutionaries in their twenties, two women and three men are sentenced to death for an attempt to kill a Minister. Two others, with the same destiny, are imprisoned. One of these is a professional thief and a murderer, another one is a foolish peas...
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Beyond the ShickShock Mountains
by Malcolm Mills
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With political tension, dangerous pirates, and ventures into unknown lands, Malcolm Mills’ Beyond the Shickshock Mountains is a vivid historical fiction following three men in the Talon family as...
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Abkhazia and Sochi: The Roots of the Conflict. 1918-1921
by Andrew Andersen
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This book provides analysis of the struggle for Abkhazia and Sochi in 1918-1921 between Russia and Georgia and examines the processes that fuelled the hatred which resulted in recent Russian-sponsored ethnic cleansing in Abkhazia - a grim reminder of how important it is to u...
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The Freedom of Life
by Annie Payson Call
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Payback for Revenge
by Alex Markman
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Against the backdrop of wartime Yugoslavia in the early 1990s, Payback for Revenge is a literary suspense saga of a passionate love affair, the murder of a young girl, and the ho...
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The Greenwich List
by Diane Gallagher
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How often do people wish to change the direction of their lives?  Every single day?  Greenwich List is the story of a young Welsh woman who struggles with the d...
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MESSENGER OF DEATH
by Alex Markman
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A turf war between two biker gangs has erupted, turning the streets of a peaceful city into scenes of Hollywood-style assassinations, explosions, and motorcades to killed gangsters’ funerals. Public ou...
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THE LUCK OF ROARING CAMP
by Bret Harte
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Bret Harte (1836-1902), a prolific writer, was fairly famous in his time. Usually fame does not last long. However, more than hundred years after Bret Harte’s death some of his stories are still of interest to contemporary readers. Read More »



The Moon and Sixpence
by Somerset Maugham
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A stockbroker, a seemingly ordinary and boring man in his forties, suddenly leaves his job, family, and all his fortunes in London and settles in Paris. With no money or source o...
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Winter's Captive
by June Bourgo
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Winter’s Captive is a story of one woman’s incredible survival against all odds in the Canadian northern wilderness, and her ensuing emotional and spiritual journey towards e...
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Contra ODESSA
by Alex Markman
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After the WWII thousands of German Nazi’s fled to Latin America for a safe refuge. Allegedly ODESSA, the organization of former SS members, had dealt with their escape and settlement. Humongous amou...
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