Isabelle Webb

Author: Nancy Campbell Allen
Publisher: Covenant Communications
ISBN: 9781621083610
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As good and evil converge on the ancient isle of Greece, the final battle for possession of three mystical jewels -- and their anciently protected secret -- begins. When events take a deadly turn, former Pinkerton spy Isabelle Webb must rely on her keen instincts and indomitable spirit as dastardly forces threaten to make her first Greek expedition her last.

Chasing The Prophecy

Author: Brandon Mull
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416997970
Size: 10.65 MB
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Jason and Rachel's adventures and friendships have made Lyrian more of a home to them than they could have imagined, so now, armed with the prophecy of a dying oracle, they are ready to become Lyrian's heroes whatever the cost to themselves.

The Pearl Princess

Author: Brothers Grimm
Publisher: Jack Lake Prod Incorporated
ISBN: 9781894998000
Size: 26.98 MB
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The Pearl Princess is banished from her palace by her father the King when she tells him she loves him like salt. A Nobleman discovers her living with an old woman in the woods. The story unfolds with a happy ending. Fillers include: The Three Fish, A poem by Edward Lear "There Was an Old Person of Troy," The Animal World -- "The Grebe" and a color me page on the back inside cover.

Hadley Hadley Benson

Author: Jody Wind Durfee
ISBN: 9781621081517
Size: 12.29 MB
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When Maddi Benson moves in next door to Jaxon Quayle, neither of them knows how much life is about to change. Jaxon knows he should date only girls who share his faith, but as he gets to know Maddi, he wants his new neighbor to be more than a friend. To make things even more complicated, there's Maddi's twin brother, Hadley (or Hadley- Hadley, as he calls himself), who has special needs and always seems to be hanging around, and Jaxon's pal Tanner, who feels more than a little left out. Jaxon feels hopeful when the Bensons begin to consider joining the Church, which would solve at least one of his problems. But just when things start working out, a horrible prank seems to make everything fall apart, leaving Maddi and Jaxon caught between doubt and faith, hurt and forgiveness, friendship and love.

Where The River Once Flowed

Author: Jennie L. Hansen
ISBN: 9781621082262
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Utah Territory, 1891. Cowboy Travis Telford finds his life dramatically altered by a routine stop at the Sebastian Ranch where the rancher's beautiful widow Iliana struggles to hold on in the midst of a turbulent land battle. His instinct to protect Iliana is undeniable, and as the danger mounts, only their reliance upon each other has the power to save them.

Between Silk And Cyanide

Author: Leo Marks
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743200896
Size: 19.71 MB
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In 1942, with a black-market chicken tucked under his arm by his mother, Leo Marks left his father's famous bookshop, 84 Charing Cross Road, and went off to fight the war. He was twenty-two. Soon recognized as a cryptographer of genius, he became head of communications at the Special Operations Executive (SOE), where he revolutionized the codemaking techniques of the Allies and trained some of the most famous agents dropped into occupied Europe. As a top codemaker, Marks had a unique perspective on one of the most fascinating and, until now, little-known aspects of the Second World War. This stunning memoir, often funny, always gripping and acutely sensitive to the human cost of each operation, provides a unique inside picture of the extraordinary SOE organization at work and reveals for the first time many unknown truths about the conduct of the war. SOE was created in July 1940 with a mandate from Winston Churchill to "set Europe ablaze." Its main function was to infiltrate agents into enemy-occupied territory to perform acts of sabotage and form secret armies in preparation for D-Day. Marks's ingenious codemaking innovation was to devise and implement a system of random numeric codes printed on silk. Camouflaged as handkerchiefs, underwear, or coat linings, these codes could be destroyed message by message, and therefore could not possibly be remembered by the agents, even under torture. Between Silk and Cyanide chronicles Marks's obsessive quest to improve the security of agents' codes and how this crusade led to his involvement in some of the war's most dramatic and secret operations. Among the astonishing revelations is his account of the code war between SOE and the Germans in Holland. He also reveals for the first time how SOE fooled the Germans into thinking that a secret army was operating in the Fatherland itself, and how and why he broke the code that General de Gaulle insisted be available only to the Free French. By the end of this incredible tale, truly one of the last great World War II memoirs, it is clear why General Eisenhower credited the SOE, particularly its communications department, with shortening the war by three months. From the difficulties of safeguarding the messages that led to the destruction of the atomic weapons plant at Rjukan in Norway to the surveillance of Hitler's long-range missile base at Peenemünde to the true extent of Nazi infiltration of Allied agents, Between Silk and Cyanide sheds light on one of the least-known but most dramatic aspects of the war. Writing with the narrative flair and vivid characterization of his famous screenplays, Marks gives free rein to his keen sense of the absurd and wry wit without ever losing touch with the very human side of the story. His close relationship with "the White Rabbit" and Violette Szabo -- two of the greatest British agents of the war -- and his accounts of the many others he dealt with result in a thrilling and poignant memoir that celebrates individual courage and endeavor, without losing sight of the human cost and horror of war.

Not Your Average Happy Ending

Author: Chantele Sedgwick
ISBN: 9781514777954
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When Ash Summerland left the Academy of Magical Beings, he was sure he'd put his troubles behind him. But when his girlfriend, Kendall, is almost killed by an old enemy over something he knows little about, Ash is forced to confront the demons of his past if he wants to save his and Kendall's future. With his fairy magic fading and his djinn magic more powerful than ever, Ash isn't sure he can stop the evil from closing in around him. Although Kendall is the only thing keeping him from going over the edge, if he can't learn to balance out his magic and find a way to defeat his enemies once and for all, both his world, and the girl he loves will be lost forever.

Air Keep

Author: J. Scott Savage
ISBN: 9781609073251
Size: 43.81 MB
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Marcus and Kyja continue to search for the Elementals they need to unite to open a drift between Earth and Farworld, but the Air Elementals have a strange sense of humor and with Farworld in the grip of a terrible drought and daily earthquakes, the two friends face untold challenges.

Wednesdays In The Tower

Author: Jessica Day George
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408839598
Size: 50.38 MB
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A magical moving castle sky-high with secrets! Everyone knows Castle Glower only really comes to life on a Tuesday. So when Princess Celie spies a new turret on a Wednesday, she is certain something isn't right. Inside the tower is hidden a giant egg, and it seems the castle wants Celie to look after it! Caring for this extraordinary new pet is going to be very tricky, especially once Celie and her siblings realise what else the Castle is hiding . . . This New York Times bestseller and egg-citing sequel to the enchanting adventure Tuesdays at the Castle is out of this world!