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  1. This story is about how transit was totally socialized in the 1970s through the deliberate efforts of federal and city governments. From 1975 they have wasted two trillion dollars in subsidies against nothing prior to that time.
  2. In 1856, five years before the Civil War, Richard Bryan freed his slaves, educated them, deeded land, and shared profits. At war's end, Yankees wanted to use his success to promote their own agenda. He refused, and they turned on him.
  3. Channeled messages from mother Earth by Pamela Kribbe
  4. American Calamity is a fictitious dystopian page-turner that shows an eerie picture of what could come to be in the near post-apocalyptic future and the choices many Americans would be forced to make in order to survive. Could you?
  5. Nana's death forces college coed Chandra Howard to return to her Third Ward shot gun home and the four-year-old daughter, Lyric, left in Nana's care. Chandra is back where she started, the last place she wants to be.
  6. A daring rescue attempt leads firefighter Jack Troy to the love of his life. But the romance barely begins when he suspects that someone is trying to kill the young woman. Jack is determined to find out who and why, and prevent her murder.
  7. Every life is a story, each story part of our journey, developed from infancy through adulthood based on choices we make, or don't. It’s life’s lessons that help us grow, gain experience and wisdom, and move us along our journey.
  8. Mary Magdalene was regarded as "the forbidden female" in the Christian tradition: wild, free and sinful. This book contains a dialogue with and messages from Mary Magdalene, channeled by Pamela Kribbe (PhD). It is about male and female energy, relationships, sexuality and healing.
  9. A brief overview of the American criminal justice system.
  10. Loving guide for lightworkers seeking to awaken the Christ Within.
  1. This amazing book will show you how to use negative issues to build a strong relationship. It focuses more on prevention than repair. Learn how to value your partner and your happiness. Apply these principles. You'll never be alone again.
  2. The author shares the ups and downs of his life’s journey. He encounters a decade of mental illness, multiple deaths of loved ones, and most importantly through it all, the profound presence of God.
  3. Nana's death forces college coed Chandra Howard to return to her Third Ward shot gun home and the four-year-old daughter, Lyric, left in Nana's care. Chandra is back where she started, the last place she wants to be.
  4. The world as we know it is undergoing changes that will impact every facet of our lives -- business, medical, educational, and even our personal existence.
  5. It is the story about the U.S. military’s 600 m.o.l. – Black helicopter pilots who experienced combat duty in Vietnam, some making the ultimate sacrifice of giving their lives, and who certainly have a place in U.S. history.
  6. The Wounded Butterfly engages the reader to observe the wonder and beauty of the created world. The story is meant to Inspire and motivate one to respect and protect all of God’s creatures and the environment in which we live.
  7. Pender Denton, born in a bordello. His mother taught him to steal. Johnnie Sweetwater, Shoshone. Stolen from his village as a child and robbed of his heritage. They lived together, loved each other, and robbed and killed together.
  8. This story is about how transit was totally socialized in the 1970s through the deliberate efforts of federal and city governments. From 1975 they have wasted two trillion dollars in subsidies against nothing prior to that time.
  9. Who owns the Holy Spirit? The Hierarchy thinks they do exclusively. Vatican II gave it to everyone. Pope Francis invites a Synod; let the pews speak what the Spirit tells them. Will the Synod be a battle of Bishops over the Pew's Spirit?
  10. Dramatic monologues appearing as hollow or enduring pictures of personas wrestling with survival as narrators of their lives or cultivators of new versions of their souls?

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