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Qué hay en el desván?

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Practice division while searching through the items in an old attic! This charming title, that has been translated into Spanish, follows the story of four children whose grandparents are moving out of their old house. The attic has old photos, com

Wild Hay, Wild Hairs and Shell Shock

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Better to speak softly and carry a big stick; keep your powder [gunpowder] dry; eternal vigilance is the price of liberty. Old saws, you say. Yet, if you folks like comfort, security, three meals a day, and security for your children and your old age, you better remember these old sayings and pay heed to them; for they are the truth. "I know, I've proved them the hard way. Not in an easy chair, listening to the radio or out of a book, but with a gun in my hands in the jungles of the Philippines, and three years in France in World War I, after fifteen years in the National Guard getting ready for the world wars I saw in the making. That is what this book is about: human liberty. "It's been a good life, an extremely interesting one. This is the life story of an American working man; not fiction, but the facts of life as any honest man can find, if he is interested enough in his own affairs to run his life as a free man. As the old recipe for cooking a rabbit says: First, catch your rabbit!" - Charles Henry Craigie

Norma Lee

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This contribution to the sum of total knowledge is mostly about my only sister, Norma Lee Hays. It addresses the incestuous relationship that we, as young siblings, had for each other. It also features these different protagonists and antagonists during the days that the L & N Railroad was first built and running through the native forests of Eastern Kentucky. These are my heroes and my villains: Morris Slater, a notorious train robber. His band of thieves who killed just for the thrill of it, The women of Slater's secret hide-a-way, The trials and tribulations of thievery. Friar Simon Tuft who condoned the marriage of my sister. The Sheriff of Perry County who feared Slater so much. The endless chase to bring my sister home. How she saved my life on numerous occasions. This book is not the best book ever written but, I am certain of one fact. It isn't the worst book that I have ever read. - Charles Hays 12APR2015

Mandy

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This is a story about a young runaway girl named Mandy Wilson, who showed up on Buckholt Street one day, where she was being beaten with a blackjack by an asshole who went by the name of Slim Edwards. I chased Slim off with a German Luger pistol,

Norma Lee

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This contribution to the sum of total knowledge is mostly about my only sister, Norma Lee Hays. It addresses the incestuous relationship that we, as young siblings, had for each other. It also features these different protagonists and antagonists

Norma Lee

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This contribution to the sum of total knowledge is mostly about my only sister, Norma Lee Hays. It addresses the incestuous relationship that we, as young siblings, had for each other. It also features these different protagonists and antagonists during the days that the L & N Railroad was first built and running through the native forests of Eastern Kentucky. These are my heroes and my villains: Morris Slater, a notorious train robber. His band of thieves who killed just for the thrill of it, The women of Slater's secret hide-a-way, The trials and tribulations of thievery. Friar Simon Tuft who condoned the marriage of my sister. The Sheriff of Perry County who feared Slater so much. The endless chase to bring my sister home. How she saved my life on numerous occasions. This book is not the best book ever written but, I am certain of one fact…. It isn't the worst book that I have ever read. - Charles Hays 12APR2015

Faye

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The genre for this book is called naturalism since sex is the most appealing act that both men and women share during a majority of their active lives. And when the men have had their allotted number of three thousand pokes, they resort to catalys

Paranormal

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Kentucky has more miles of running water than any of the lower forty-eight contiguous states. With all of that water, there is a lot of fog that is created to seriously limit the visibility, but to strongly affect the imagination. With clearing sk

Paranormal

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Kentucky has more miles of running water than any of the lower forty-eight contiguous states. With all of that water, there is a lot of fog that is created to seriously limit the visibility, but to strongly affect the imagination. With clearing skies, light winds, and moist ground, strange sights are often seen and regularly reported. These stories have been told time after time in Eastern Kentucky, so I have wrapped them into a single book for my readers to enjoy. The stories are riding on a fictional vehicle called PESO, which stands for Phenomenological Event Study Offices. This fictional organization has the assignment of studying ghosts and capturing their images on special infrared cameras. PESO's final report goes to a fictional governor for the State of Kentucky who wants to manipulate those unsuspecting spirits by building new state parks around their haunting sights. That's where the trouble begins.

Bea's Boys

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Lodging for University of Kentucky students in the 1950s was extremely difficult to find. And, the only alternative for some of them was to sleep inside of their cars. After a few nights of maximized discomfort, I chose to be a renter of one bed,

Remarkable Women

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This book is a chronological characterization about my remarkable women from my grandmother and mother to my final girlfriend, Betty. One widower taught me patience and helped me to survive the Great Depression. Another nice lady trained me about caretaking. A third one educated me on the importance of a loving first kiss and what young love was all about. A fourth one showed me the meaning of an artful dance and how lovely a dance could be. A fifth one demonstrated to me the power and pleasantries of intercourse. A sixth one stole my heart and led me happily to my marriage. A seventh one edified me about how monetary wealth can interfere with a new relationship. An eighth one tutored me on pain and how to ignore it during a meaningful assignation. This book offers a little something for every reader, either male or female.

THE JAVELIN MURDERS

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This book is a work of fiction that describes man's inhumanity toward man after WWII and until very recently in 2013. Members of the "master race" did not want Negro blood in the veins of German children who were offspring of the trysts between Negro soldiers and German prostitutes. The soldiers are looking for good sex and a stable home environment while the women were looking for a provider and a weekend lover. All couples are deeply infatuated with each other. The storyline is a sequel to The Freedom Murders with the same cast of General Sarma Goldbond, Carlos Espinosa, and Nicolas Haig. All antagonists are active members of the Associated Speerwerthers Society of Bonn and Berlin, Germany. The general theme is for Nicolas and his team to discover perpetrators that do not want to be found or brought to justice. They start their search knowing nothing, but through due diligence, they work their way through the fog and maze to find success at the end of the day. And the punishment that is applied is of the order that was approved by all the associated authorities, judicial, administrative, and otherwise. At the end of the day, just fairness is applied and the protagonists move on to Berlin where a similar den of inequity is known to exist.

Remarkable Women

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This book is a chronological characterization about my remarkable women from my grandmother and mother to my final girlfriend, Betty. One widower taught me patience and helped me to survive the Great Depression. Another nice lady trained me about

THE SIBERIAN MATTER

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This book is about the tug of war games between Russia and the USA over some critical toxins that are being produced for deadly chemical warfare. The story includes the pawns that discover or produce new poisons that the world does not need or really want. But, like everything else, when push comes to shove, they have to make toxins because we also make poisons. That fierce competition between the two Nations is what can lead to war or utter chaos. This book doesn't deal with war itself but it is involved with the pre-war part which could initiate World War III, quite easily. Our three heroes, Nicolas Haig, Carlos Espinosa and General Sarma Goldbond are back to travel the World and to save its inhabitants. They are hired to rescue the one man who knows all the secrets about Ricin and Abrin. This man was kidnapped by Russian agents and is being held against his will in Siberia at Lake Baikal.

The Javelin Murders

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This book is a work of fiction that describes mans inhumanity toward man after WWII and until very recently in 2013. Members of the master race did not want Negro blood in the veins of German children who were offspring of the trysts between Negro

Old Soldiers

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As a young man in the Army I was extremely privileged to have served my time in three equal parts. One year in Fort Lee, Virginia, a second year in Germany and a third year in France. No matter where I was stationed, I was never without my camera and plenty of extra film. During the dullness of my long weekends, all of the furloughs or through long bus tours, I covered each and every tourist site on the Continent. As a result of my proclivity for taking good pictures, I ended up with far more pictures than money. I really enjoyed reviewing my past and the many photographs which have filled several albums. What you have here in this book is a collection of images which I took or collected during the most enjoyable parts of my military career.

The Siberian Matter

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This book is about the tug of war games between Russia and the USA over some critical toxins that are being produced for deadly chemical warfare. The story includes the pawns that discover or produce new poisons that the world does not need or rea

Looking After Larry

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A lot of what you read about soldiers and war is either untrue, derogatory, exaggerated, or boringtake your pick. This book is different from typical military fiction because of the irreverent slant that I have used as your author. I feature bad c

Far From Luck

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At the crossroads where the Great Depression and the Great Recession meet, Charles O'Hay's poignant and often edgy words remind us that we're sometimes Far From Luck.

Mules, Men and Mountains

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This book is a work of historical military fiction that describes the impact of ski troopers and their Mules on accelerating the end of World War II in Italy. That Great War was winding down in Europe but, in the Apennine Mountains of Italy, large
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