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Month: March 2022

Stupor Mundi

Stupor Mundi by Lionel Allshorn

Stupor Mundi by Lionel Allshorn

Frederick II, under whose reign the Holy Roman Empire reached its greatest territorial extent, was called by his contemporaries “Stupor Mundi,” the “astonishment of the world.” Frequently at war with the papacy, which was hemmed in between Frederick’s northern and southern Italian lands, he was excommunicated four times. Frederick spoke six languages and was an avid patron of the arts. He negotiated a peace treaty ending the sixth crusade, reigned over a cosmopolitan court at Palermo, and entrusted the administration of his southern kingdom to an efficient Muslim and Jewish bureaucracy. Allshorn writes that “around his name there gathered a glamour of strangeness and splendor, of genius soaring to perilous questionings of eternal truths, of unbreakable resolution and of unconquerable pride.”

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Sfo_ Sofa

Sfo_ Sofa by Mike Bozart

Sfo_ Sofa by Mike Bozart

Mind madness in the San Francisco International airport. Who really left the note? Who will answer the phone?

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The Well

The Well by Mike Bozart

The Well by Mike Bozart

Way back in the late 16th century on Roanoke Island (NC), over 100 English settlers disappeared. But two men had a chance.

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The Bunker

The Bunker by Mike Bozart

The Bunker by Mike Bozart

A retired Canadian seizes a unique opportunity: Get paid to live underground in Colorado. Free food + drink. All is well until …

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Campaign For Petersburg

Campaign For Petersburg by Richard Wayne Lykes

Campaign For Petersburg by Richard Wayne Lykes

In the American Civil War the Union victory in the ten-month campaign for the city of Petersburg, Virginia (June 1864-March 1865), led directly to the surrender of the Confederacy within two weeks. This 1970 National Park Service booklet tells the story of the campaign. It focuses on the meaning of the campaign and the experience of the soldiers of both sides, with a minimum of references to military units.

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A Chicago Princess

A Chicago Princess by Robert Barr

A Chicago Princess by Robert Barr

After working several years in foreign affairs, and after winning and then losing a fortune, Rupert Tremorne is stranded in Nagasaki, at the end of his wits and in some debt. His only chance is to take the post as private secretary to the Millionaire Mr Hemster, and to sail on with him on his yacht. Sailing around Asia is big adventure for anyone, but it is a special one for Tremorne, because besides Mr Hemster and his staff, there are the beautiful Miss Gertrude Hemster and her companion Hilda Stretton on board. And suddenly, Tremorne has his hands full with those two ladies.

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