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The Twelfth Stone

Author: Sally J. Ling
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ISBN: 9780996433341
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Shea Baker, freelance writer, is flung headlong into a mystery of biblical proportions when he hunts for the twelfth stone, an ancient artifact he believes is key in proving the biblical account of the Exodus and revealing who murdered his friend Mort Saul. Meyer Belinsky, a well-known professor of Jewish history, adamantly refutes that the Exodus ever took place and stakes his reputation on it by citing the lack of tangible or written historic evidence. Renowned archeologist Misha Reuben believes otherwise. He is certain that the twelve stones assembled into a memorial commemorating the Israelites crossing of the Jordan River into the Promised Land are vital to uncovering the truth. He has located eleven of the stones, but one is still missing. Join Shea Baker as he ventures into the arid sands of the Arabian Desert in his harrowing quest for the twelfth stone.

People Like Us

Author: Jesse Russell
Publisher: Book on Demand Limited
ISBN: 9785511235271
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! People Like Us (PLU) (Chinese: ), is the main gay equality lobby group in Singapore. Having been twice rejected by the government board which approves or prohibits organisations, the Registrar of Societies, it is now in its third incarnation as "PLU3." The term "PLU" has also gradually become slang for "homosexual" amongst members of Singapore's and Malaysia's gay subculture.

Out Of Mind Out Of Sight

Author: Sally J. Ling
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781480101517
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KINDLE BOOK REVIEW, 2014 KINDLE BOOK AWARDS SEMIFINALIST Out of Mind, Out of Sight is a revealing history of the Florida State Hospital at Chattahoochee from construction of its original buildings in 1834 as part of the Chattahoochee Federal Arsenal during the Second Seminole War, to its current role-treating individuals who have been civilly and forensically committed. To put the Florida State Hospital at Chattahoochee in perspective, the story is set against a backdrop of the evolution of institutionalized mental health care both in the U.S. and Florida where new emerging treatments-insulin, Metrozol and electroconvulsive (ECT) shock therapies, as well as lobotomies-became part of patient treatment plans. For years, the Florida State Hospital at Chattahoochee had quite a reputation-most of it bad; but, the institution was not alone. For decades throughout the country, state facilities earned shocking reputations for their inadequate care and mistreatment of the mentally ill. Even more chilling was the incarceration of thousands of men and women who were not mentally ill at all, but due to ignorance and prejudice on the part of the public, medical profession, and court system, were confined for epilepsy, sunbathing nude, smoking, menopause or other "egregious" offenses. Some may wonder why an account of the obscure facility at Chattahoochee is important. The answer lies in its dual role as historic physical facility and evolving mental institution that, when combined, paint a poignant portrait of Florida-its history, its laws and its people; and it is incumbent upon historians to preserve this picture-the good, the bad, and the ugly-for generations to come.

False Pretenses

Author: Kathy Herman
Publisher: David C Cook
ISBN: 9780781406185
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The first in a new series from Kathy Herman, False Pretenses is a gripping suspense novel that leaves a lasting impression about honesty and accountability.

The Boy On The Lake

Author: Susan Rosser
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
ISBN: 1614483345
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The Boy on the Lake is the inspirational story of how one teenager faced down two bullies: brain cancer and an emotionally abusive father. Born into a family of professional baseball and big macs, his courageous journey leads him from a small town in the mountains of Idaho to the biggest stage of all: the United States Congress where a bill he helped create awaits passage. It is called Trevor’s Law. With his mother, he becomes an activist to alert those in government about the epidemic of childhood cancers and cancer clusters that are plaguing every region of our country and how to stop them.

The Making Of St Petersburg

Author: Will Michaels
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 161423776X
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The Making of St. Petersburg captures the character of this bay city through the telling of significant events, from the Spanish clash with indigenous peoples to the creation of the downtown waterfront parks and grand hotels. Take a journey with local historian Will Michaels as he chronicles St. Petersburg's storied history, including the world's first airline, the birth of Pinellas County and the good old American pastime, Major League Baseball. The people and events in this work paint a beautiful portrait of a coastal Florida city and reveal St. Petersburg's sense of place.

Welcome To Fred

Author: Brad Whittington
Publisher: Center Point Pub
ISBN: 9781585475742
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Mark Could has his doubts. He’s just discovering the exuberance of the sixties when he’s uprooted and transplanted in a tiny east Texas town. The only thing he knows for sure is that he’ll never feel at home in Fred, Texas. He’s not sure he can muster up the nerve to declare his feelings for the girl of his dreams; he’s not sure that he’ll survive another ride with the Darnell Green, theTerror of the Back Roads. Worst still, he’s not sure he buys into this God thing – which is especially uncomfortable for the son of a Baptist preacher. With a style similar but edgier than that of Jan Karon and Phillip Gulley, Brad Whittington is a novelist to watch of the CBA market. – Publishers Weekly

Run The Rum In

Author: Sally J. Ling
Publisher: History Press (SC)
ISBN: 9781596292499
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Discover the tricks of the trade: smuggling the liquor and evading the law. Learn of the dealings of "the Real McCoy." In this history of Prohibition in south Florida, author Sally J. Ling explores the impact of bootleggers and moonshiners on Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade, and Monroe Counties, presenting tales of rumrunning and lawbreaking as told through personal and written accounts.

Al Capone S Miami

Author: Sally J. Ling
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ISBN: 9780996433310
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Most have heard of Alphonse "Al" Gabriel Capone, also known as "Scarface," who rose to become the undisputed king of the Chicago outfit during the Prohibition era. Most know he became one of America's most infamous gangsters who earned the moniker Public Enemy Number One. His connection to New York and Chicago crime families along with his committing assorted murders and the running of gambling dens, whorehouses, and speakeasies is legendary and readily acknowledged in myriad books, documentaries, and TV shows. But few know the intimate details about his time in Florida, especially the greater Miami area. It was here he hoped to escape Chicago's cold and windy winters, gangland retaliation wars, and incessant harassment by the law. Capone longed for paradise, where sunshine was a daily commodity, boating and fishing could be easily enjoyed along a sandy coast lapped by azure Atlantic waters, nightlife consisted of high class entertainment clubs and gambling houses, and relaxing by the pool was as easy as stepping out your back door. And so, Capone settled in South Florida where he purchased a luxurious home on Miami Beach, spent time before and after his imprisonment, ran his illegal businesses, and entertained the famous and infamous alike. It is here he also died. This story is about that time.

The Twelfth Stone

Author: Jana Laiz
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ISBN: 9780981491042
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Finding it harder to cross between the human and faerie worlds when the veil opens on Samhain, both worlds need to work together to save their lands from ecological destruction.