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Black Abyss

Black Queen

In this third installment of the Black Sheena saga the mighty Coalition has fallen and the new government of the Citizens Republic has been formed by the Blacks. An arrest warrant has been issued for the renegade warlord Tondaka who has committed heinous war crimes, so Sheena and Kag decide to go on a secret mission to the Yamagoochee Five System to gather intel.

 

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Deadly Apparition

Deadly Apparition, by G. Ernest Smith

Commander Donald Castillo is the commander of the Virginia class fast attack nuclear submarine Kansas. It is the latest and best that the U.S. Navy has to offer. He is asked to test a new ground-breaking countermeasure that will revolutionize naval warfare.

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Preserve Protect and Defend

Joy of Life, by Mary E. Smith

As I was studying Lincoln I wondered why a pioneer child would want to learn to read, something no other child at that time wanted to do. These days children want to learn to read because their older siblings do it. Parents read. Their parents take them to the public library (children’s section). Parents read to their children. Children conclude that if you want to be a big person, learn to read. But why would a poor pioneer child want to do such an unpopular activity? Especially since pioneer children rarely attended school.

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Better Than Before

Better Than Before, by Mary E. Smith

The pain of acute paralytic polio is horrific. It is the worst physical pain there is. As every nerve in the affected area dies it feels as if a dentist is drilling the nerve without novocaine. Nerve after nerve dies. Ghastly pain ensues. The pain can last for weeks. The patient must listen to the screams and moans of the suffering and dying at the same time he is undergoing his own pain.

Edwin Jones was struck down with polio at age thirty-five.

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