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📒Free Man Walking ✍ Andy Nieman
✏FREE MAN WALKING Book Summary : The horror of loneliness. Over 10 years in prison. Hooked on heroin, cocaine and drugs for 23 years. A chronic alcoholic for 27. Homeless. Eating out of garbage bins. Born into a violent alcoholic home. Molested by a pedophile in a residential school for three years. Surviving on skid row for 10 years. Living with the constant threat of suicide. Now this same person has a University Degree, is a United Pentecostal Church Pastor, an Officer of the Legislative Assembly, a poet, husband and stepdad. This true story will give you a unique front-row look into a world few know about or experience. Once you read this book your heart will be overflowing with hope. You will be left with no other alternative because this story will touch you so deeply it will remain in your heart the rest of your life. If you know a chronic alcoholic or drug addict whose life appears to be totally hopeless, or have a family member living with one, this book is a book for you and for them. I could not stop drinking! I could not stop sticking that needle in my arm! No matter what I tried I always failed…until I learned the TRUTH!
📒Freeman ✍ Leonard Pitts, Jr.
✏Freeman Book Summary : Freeman, the new novel by Leonard Pitts, Jr., takes place in the first few months following the Confederate surrender and the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Upon learning of Lee's surrender, Sam--a runaway slave who once worked for the Union Army--decides to leave his safe haven in Philadelphia and set out on foot to return to the war-torn South. What compels him on this almost-suicidal course is the desire to find his wife, the mother of his only child, whom he and their son left behind 15 years earlier on the Mississippi farm to which they all "belonged." At the same time, Sam's wife, Tilda, is being forced to walk at gunpoint with her owner and two of his other slaves from the charred remains of his Mississippi farm into Arkansas, in search of an undefined place that would still respect his entitlements as slaveowner and Confederate officer. The book's third main character, Prudence, is a fearless, headstrong white woman of means who leaves her Boston home for Buford, Mississippi, to start a school for the former bondsmen, and thus honor her father’s dying wish. At bottom, Freeman is a love story--sweeping, generous, brutal, compassionate, patient--about the feelings people were determined to honor, despite the enormous constraints of the times. It is this aspect of the book that should ensure it a strong, vocal, core audience of African-American women, who will help propel its likely critical acclaim to a wider audience. At the same time, this book addresses several themes that are still hotly debated today, some 145 years after the official end of the Civil War. Like Cold Mountain, Freeman illuminates the times and places it describes from a fresh perspective, with stunning results. It has the potential to become a classic addition to the literature dealing with this period. Few other novels so powerfully capture the pathos and possibility of the era particularly as it reflects the ordeal of the black slaves grappling with the promise--and the terror--of their new status as free men and women.
📒The Wee Free Men ✍ Terry Pratchett
✏The Wee Free Men Book Summary : A nightmarish danger threatens from the other side of reality . . . Armed with only a frying pan and her common sense, young witch-to-be Tiffany Aching must defend her home against the monsters of Fairyland. Luckily she has some very unusual help: the local Nac Mac Feegle – aka the Wee Free Men – a clan of fierce, sheep-stealing, sword-wielding, six-inch-high blue men. Together they must face headless horsemen, ferocious grimhounds, terrifying dreams come true, and ultimately the sinister Queen of the Elves herself . . . THE FIRST BOOK IN THE TIFFANY ACHING SEQUENCE
📒The Third R Austin Freeman Megapack ✍ R. Austin Freeman
✏The Third R Austin Freeman Megapack Book Summary : The third collection of the works of R. Austin Freeman presents 19 more tales of forensic sleuth Dr. Thorndyke and others, plus the essay "The Art of the Detective Story. Included are: THE ART OF THE DETECTIVE STORY, by R. Austin Freeman THE MAGIC CASKET (1927) THE CONTENTS OF A MARE’S NEST (1927) THE STALKING HORSE (1927) THE NATURALIST AT LAW (1927) MR. PONTING'S ALIBI (1927) PANDORA'S BOX (1927) THE TRAIL OF BEHEMOTH (1927) THE PATHOLOGIST TO THE RESCUE (1927) GLEANINGS FROM THE WRECKAGE (1927) A CERTAIN DR THORNDYKE (1927) MR. POTTERMACK'S OVERSIGHT (1930) PONTIFEX SON AND THORNDYKE (1931) WHEN ROGUES FALL OUT (1932) DR THORNDYKE INTERVENES (1933) FOR THE DEFENCE, DR. THORNDYKE (1934) DEATH AT THE INN (1937) THE STONEWARE MONKEY (1938) MR POLTON EXPLAINS (1940) THE JACOB STREET MYSTERY (1942) And if you enjoy this volume, don't forget to search your favorite ebook store for "Wildside Press Megapack" to see all the other entries in this great series, covering mysteries, science fiction, fantasy, horror, westerns, classics -- and much, much more!
📒Complete Works Of R Austin Freeman Delphi Classics ✍ R. Austin Freeman
✏Complete Works of R Austin Freeman Delphi Classics Book Summary : The pioneering creator of the inverted detective story, R. Austin Freeman was a popular Edwardian author of novels and short stories featuring Dr. Thorndyke, a pathologist-detective. Well-liked by readers of Sherlock Holmes, Freeman’s detective and mystery tales offered an innovative approach to the genre, selling thousands of copies on both sides of the Atlantic. For the first time in publishing history, this eBook presents Freeman’s complete works, with numerous illustrations, rare texts, informative introductions and the usual Delphi bonus material. (Version 1) * Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Freeman’s life and works * Detailed introductions to the major novels and other texts * All 27 novels, with individual contents tables * Rare novels often missed out of collections * All the Thorndyke short story collections * Images of how the books were first published, giving your eReader a taste of the original Edwardian texts * Excellent formatting of the texts * Special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the short stories * Easily locate the short stories you want to read * Includes Freeman’s rare non-fiction works, including the fully illustrated travel book TRAVELS AND LIFE IN ASHANTI AND JAMAN – available in no other collection * Includes Freeman’s seminal essay THE ART OF THE DETECTIVE STORY * Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles CONTENTS: The Thorndyke Novels THE RED THUMB MARK THE EYE OF OSIRIS THE MYSTERY OF 31 NEW INN A SILENT WITNESS HELEN VARDON’S CONFESSION THE CAT’S EYE THE MYSTERY OF ANGELINA FROOD THE SHADOW OF THE WOLF THE D’ARBLAY MYSTERY A CERTAIN DR. THORNDYKE AS A THIEF IN THE NIGHT MR. POTTERMACK’S OVERSIGHT PONTIFEX, SON AND THORNDYKE WHEN ROGUES FALL OUT DR. THORNDYKE INVESTIGATES DR. THORNDYKE INTERVENES FOR THE DEFENCE: DR. THORNDYKE THE PENROSE MYSTERY FELO DE SE; OR DEATH AT THE INN THE STONEWARE MONKEY MR. POLTON EXPLAINS THE JACOB STREET MYSTERY The Thorndyke Short Story Collections JOHN THORNDYKE’S CASES THE SINGING BONE DR. THORNDYKE’S CASEBOOK THE PUZZLE LOCK THE MAGIC CASKET THE FAMOUS CASES OF DR. THORNDYKE DR. THORNDYKE’S CRIME FILE The Other Novels THE GOLDEN POOL THE UNWILLING ADVENTURER THE UTTERMOST FARTHING THE EXPLOITS OF DANBY CROKER FLIGHTY PHYLLIS The Shorter Fiction THE ADVENTURES OF ROMNEY PRINGLE THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF ROMNEY PRINGLE FROM A SURGEON’S DIARY THE GREAT PORTRAIT MYSTERY AND OTHER STORIES THE SURPRISING EXPERIENCES OF MR. SHUTTLEBURY COBB Index of Short Stories LIST OF SHORT STORIES IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER LIST OF SHORT STORIES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER The Non-Fiction TRAVELS AND LIFE IN ASHANTI AND JAMAN SOCIAL DECAY AND REGENERATION THE ART OF THE DETECTIVE STORY Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles or to purchase this eBook as a Parts Edition of individual eBooks
📒The Strange Adventures Of Joe Freeman Jr ✍ Enrique Diaz
✏The Strange Adventures of Joe Freeman Jr Book Summary : This novel is the story of a boy's life, his struggles and his strange experiences with higher forces. This boy finds himself entangled in events beyond his comprehension and confronts the issues of a family tragedy when he loses his father. It begins in Atlanta Georgia when he was ten and ends in a small fictitious town named Sweet Creek when he was thirteen. Although it deals with the adventures of a ten-year-old boy, it's not a juvenile novel. It deals with issues like friendship, family issues and racism. It describes many adventures including some very strange experiences in a mysterious cave. It takes place during the decade of the sixties when racial issues in Georgia were common. The story that unfolds reflects the power of love to overcome obstacles. The Strange Adventures of Joe Freeman, Jr. is a unique and appealing piece of fiction with original ideas that would be of interest to readers of any age.
📒Teach The Free Man ✍ Peter Nathaniel Malae
✏Teach the Free Man Book Summary : The twelve stories in Teach the Free Man mark the impressive debut of Peter Nathaniel Malae. The subject of incarceration thematically links the stories, yet their range extends beyond the prison's barbed wire and iron bars. Avoiding sensationalism, Malae exposes the heart and soul in those dark, seemingly inaccessible corridors of the human experience. The stories, often raw and startlingly honest, are distinguished by the colloquial voices of California's prison inmates, who, despite their physical and cultural isolation, confront dilemmas with which we can all identify: the choice to show courage against peer pressure; the search for individual rights within a bureaucracy; and the desperate desire for honor in the face of great sacrifice. These stories present polished and poetic examples of finding something redemptive in the least among us. The book's epigraph by W. H. Auden, from which the book takes its title, exemplifies the spirit of these dynamic stories: In the deserts of the heart Let the healing fountain start. In the prison of his days Teach the free man how to praise.
📒Mitchell S Big Book Concordance ✍ William P. Mitchell
✏Mitchell s Big Book Concordance Book Summary : This book is a concordance to help you find, study, and live the teachings of the “Big Book” of Alcoholics Anonymous. A concordance is an alphabetical index of principal words. Along with these words is given the chapter, page, and line number, to help you find your word or topic in every place in the book that it shows up. You will be amazed at how quickly you can find what you are looking for, how clear the whole picture becomes when you can locate all the parts in the “Big Book” that pertain to the subject you are searching for. Subject by subject, thought by thought, you can have the knowledge you need more quickly than ever before. You can do word studies faster than you ever imagined and find the phrase you want to quote in a moment’s time, with this tool. Put together topics like, new freedoms, prayer, what God can do, what resentment does to us, and many more. Sobriety coupled with spiritual progress, is our main goal so that we can be “happy, joyous and free.” This book will help you to attain that. On the last few pages are listed some of the teachings from the “Big Book” and a few topics I put together myself that are not only helpful but show you what you can do when you start using this book. It ends with a poem that tells who we are.
📒The Second R Austin Freeman Megapack ✍ R. Austin Freeman
✏The Second R Austin Freeman Megapack Book Summary : The Second R. Austin Freeman Megapack collects 19 mystery tales featuring the forensic sleuth Dr. Thorndyke (and others) plus a bonus essay by the author. Included in this volume are: INTRODUCTION: MEET DR. THORNDYKE, by R. Austin Freeman THE BLUE SCARAB (1923) THE NEW JERSEY SPHINX (1923) THE TOUCHSTONE (1923) A FISHER OF MEN (1923) THE STOLEN INGOTS (1923) THE FUNERAL PYRE (1923) THE CAT’S EYE (1923) THE MYSTERY OF ANGELINA FROOD (1924) THE SHADOW OF THE WOLF (1925) THE PUZZLE LOCK (1925) THE GREEN CHECK JACKET (1925) THE SEAL OF NEBUCHADNEZZAR (1925) PHYLLIS ANNESLEY’S PERIL (1925) A SOWER OF PESTILENCE (1925) REX V. BURNABY (1925) A MYSTERY OF THE SAND-HILLS (1925) THE APPARITION OF BURLING COURT (1925) THE MYSTERIOUS VISITOR (1925) THE D'ARBLAY MYSTERY (1926) If you enjoy this ebook, check out the other volumes in the series, covering not only mystery and detective fiction, but science fiction, fantasy, westerns, ghost stories, and classic authors. Search your favorite ebook store for "Wildside Press Megapack" to see the complete list.
📒Greg Freeman ✍ Greg Freeman
✏Greg Freeman Book Summary : A collection of columns from one of St. Louis's most beloved columnists.