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Book: Forgotten Soldiers - What Happened to Jacob Walden by Warren Martin
The Cold War Story (revised edition) about Air Force Captain Jacob Walden shot down over Vietnam in 1970 and the untold story of why he never returned home. Forty years later Journalist Ted Pratt investigates what may be the sudden reappearance of Jacob Walden. Ted Pratt follows the trail to find Jacob and encounters Charlie Smith, a secretive and seasoned Operative who may have answers to the [...]
 
Book: Reanna Reloaded by Edward Vogler
A Secret Weapon in the Wrong Hands... It is 1950, and the Iron Curtain has darkened the European stage. Veteran CIA agent Jim Wilson is tasked with rescuing German scientist Derrick Schneider, who must be brought safely back to the United States...in only five days, he will be transported to Moscow, and if the Russians get him, they will break him for information about a weapon that would allow [...]
 
Book: The Sweet Taste of Revenge by Bohdan O. Szuprowicz
It seems that during the last few months cannibalism in sports appears to have been in fashion. We can contribute to this topic with our story how cannibalism was used to ensure survival and salvation. People forget that there were periods during the 20th century where people resorted to cannibalism as a means of survival. The E-Story presented here deals with a very specific case of it during [...]
 
Book: The Broken Boots Guide to Astlavonia by Nathan Braund
Debt-ridden and divorced, Mark King wins a travel writing competition with a bogus article and is sent to Astlavonia, a former soviet state, to write its first ever guidebook. He stays with Augustus, a Fagin-like professor, who warns that all disputes are settled with a knife. This would be fine if Mark hadn't fallen in love with the daughter of the chief of police, a survivor of the Gulag and [...]
 
Book: 1629 Mutiny on the Batavia by Henry Van Zanden
The tragic tale of the Batavia is one of the greatest stories ever told. Indeed, when Commander Pelsaert's Journal was first published in 1647, it became a best seller. Mutiny on the Batavia has everything: drama, romance, adventure, mystery, murder, massacre and mayhem. In 1628, the Dutch East Indiaman Batavia was the largest ship built by the biggest company in the world, the Dutch East India [...]
 


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