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Dredging The Choptank

Author: Kimberley Lynne
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ISBN: 9781934074152
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Chilling and mysterious folklore comes to life in this supernatural thriller about a writer investigating ghost legend in a town in denial. Stakes are raised when the writer protagonist discovers a Native American burial ground under an Eastern Shore jail and begins hallucinating black shapes and undulating snakes. This poltergeist fable is based upon the spirit myth of Dorchester County as well as Lynne's personal ghost narrative. Like a parable with a little bit of dangerous truth, the ghost stories are all genuine.

Innocent

Author: B. Morrison
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ISBN: 9781934074657
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Growing up in a prosperous neighborhood, B. Morrison was taught that poverty was a product of laziness and public assistance programs only rewarded irresponsibility. However, when her marriage soured, she abruptly found herself an impoverished single mother. Disowned by her parents and facing destitution for herself and her two small sons, she was forced to accept the handout so disdained by her parents and their world: welfare. This dramatic memoir tells how one woman finds and grasps the lifeline that ultimately enables her to become independent. B. Morrison is the author of a poetry collection entitled Here at Least, and is currently working on a novel. Visit her website and blog at www.bmorrison.com.

Between The Doors

Author: Wes Peters
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ISBN: 9781627200042
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Andrew Tollson, age twelve, runs away from his New Jersey home when his mother finds out he has been skipping school. Deep in the forest Andrew stumbles upon an ancient revolver, loaded with six rounds. Deeper in the forest he finds a door that takes him to another world entirely-- a world in which guns don't exist. Paired up with an imaginative farm boy, Andrew encounters danger and dark magic in his adventures as a legendary gunfighter. However, he has a limit-- he only has six bullets to spend, and his enemies are bent on closing the door that Andrew hopes will lead him back to his world. "Like all good fantasy stories, this one does more than simply tell a tale of faerie adventure. In its depiction of a parallel reality, it reveals something important, even essential, about our own world." - Paul Lukacs, Department of English, Loyola University Maryland Wes Peters was born in San Francisco, California and grew up in Mendham, New Jersey. Writing throughout his childhood, Wes began his first novel after his senior year of high school. He currently studies English at Loyola University Maryland and is looking forward to surfing over the summer, as well as writing stories about supernatural events occurring in small New Jersey towns.

The Oyster Navy

Author: David Faulkner
Publisher: David Faulkner
ISBN: 1450726356
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In 1868, Maryland's embryonic maritime law enforcement agency, the State Oyster Police, set out on its mission to enforce the state's laws on the Chesapeake Bay. Haynie McKenna, the agency's deputy commander, serves as captain of the steamer "Leila." With a crew of untested officers, he heads to the Honga River in search of a rogue waterman, Marrok Blanchard, and his sons.

The Lighthouses Of The Chesapeake

Author: Robert De Gast
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801847653
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This text features a sequence of 32 photographic essays, documenting in 170 haunting images each of the lighthouses still standing along the shoreline of the Chesapeake Bay. For each lighthouse there is a photograph of the structure in its setting, a view looking out from the lighthouse, and a close-up of some singular detail of the building. The text discusses how and why the lighthouses were built, important events in their history, and in some cases the lives of their keepers. The sequence of lighthouses follows an imaginary journey around the Bay, starting at Cape Henry, site of the oldest existing light.

Tales Of The Chesapeake

Author: George Alfred Townsend
Publisher: tredition
ISBN: 3847210637
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This book is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS series. The creators of this series are united by passion for literature and driven by the intention of making all public domain books available in printed format again - worldwide. At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style. Several mostly non-profit literature projects provide content to tredition. To support their good work, tredition donates a portion of the proceeds from each sold copy. As a reader of a TREDITION CLASSICS book, you support our mission to save many of the amazing works of world literature from oblivion.