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Global Deception: The U.N.'s Stealth Assault on America's Freedoms
Joseph A. Klein
0974670146
November 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
In this disturbing and timely book, Joe Klein exposes the globalists' true agenda — stripping the U.S. of its independence in order to make the world's only superpower subservient to the desires and whims of dictators, tyrants, and nameless bureaucrats. Only when that is accomplished can the UN meet its ultimate, though secret, goal — to become the world’s governing body. While other books often portay the UN as a haven for crooks and bunglers, Kofi Annan and the globalists in control of the UN have ventured further down the road than most Americans know. Far from a being a "John Birch Society" alarmist screed, Klein's book names names and describes in chilling detail the people and policies behind the UN's unabashed power grab, and calls for the restoration of Harry Truman's original vision for the...


T.H.U.N.D.E.R Agents Archives, Vol. 1
DC Comics
1563899035
December 2002
Hardcover
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The Complete German Commission E Monographs
Blumenthal
096555550X
October 1998
Textbook Hardcover
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Book Description
'...represents the most accurate information available in the entire world on the safety and efficacy of herbs and phyto- medicinals.'-Varro Tyler,PhD (Purdue Univ.);'a refernce book ...that physicians can trust.'--Andrew Weil,MD (Univ. of AZ)

Book Info
American Botanical Council, Austin, TX. Text representing the most accurate information available on the safety and efficacy of herbs and phytomedicines. Translated from the German Institute for Drugs and Medical Products in the Bundesanzeiger, the German equivalent to the U.S. Federal Register. For physicians, pharmacists, and other health professionals.


Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
Mark Twain
0595167969
January 2001
Paperback
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From School Library Journal
Grade 5 Up-While Mark Twain is most often identified with his childhood home on the Mississippi, he wrote many of his enduring classics during the years he lived in Hartford, Connecticut. He had come a long way from Hannibal when he focused his irreverent humor on medieval tales, and wrote A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. The hit on the head that sent protagonist Hank Morgan back through 13 centuries did not affect his natural resourcefulness. Using his knowledge of an upcoming eclipse, Hank escapes a death sentence, and secures an important position at court. Gradually, he introduces 19th century technology so the clever Morgan soon has an easy life. That does not stop him from making disparaging, tongue-in-cheek remarks about the inequalities and imperfections of life in Camelot....


Collected Jorkens Vol. 2
Edward John Lord Dunsany
1892389568
August 2004
Hardcover
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Book Description
The second in a three-volume set collecting all of Lord Dunsany's club stories, as told by Jorkens. Long unavailable, and essential reading for all fans of classic fantasy. Introduction by T.E.D. Klein.


The Great God Pan
Arthur Machen
0809544601
April 2005
Paperback
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H. P. Lovecraft
Of creators of cosmic fear raised to its most artistic pitch, few can hope to equal Arthur Machen. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

Ramsey Campbell
What can I say about a writer whose influence has been acknowledged by H.P.Lovecraft, Peter Straub, T.E.D.Klein, M.John Harrison and Clive Barker? Perhaps that he managed to communicate a sense of the inexpressibly and awesomely supernatural with more power than he ever knew. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Archives, Vol. 2
Steve Skeates
1563899701
June 2003
Hardcover
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Gaspard de la nuit
Aloysius Bertrand
0974071129
May 2004
Paperback
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The Modern Weird Tale
S.T. T. Joshi
078640986X
March 2001
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
Joshi (Lovecraft: A Life), an accomplished critic and independent scholar, follows up his earlier The Weird Tale (1990) with this provocative examination of more recent exemplars of the genre. Again he adopts the concept of "weird fiction" as championed by H.P. Lovecraft in the latter's capacity as a critic, namely horror that upsets the reader's assumptions about the nature of reality itself. This usually involves the supernatural, though some psychotic killer fiction (Thomas Harris, Bret Easton Ellis) can also fit the bill. Here Joshi conducts a sort of comparative study of those late 20th-century authors he deems best (Shirley Jackson, Robert Aickman, Ramsey Campbell, T.E.D. Klein, Thomas Ligotti) with those whose books sell best (William Peter Blatty, Stephen King, Peter Straub, Anne Rice, Clive Barker)....


The Great God Pan
Arthur Machen
1419164686
July 2004
Paperback
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H. P. Lovecraft
Of creators of cosmic fear raised to its most artistic pitch, few can hope to equal Arthur Machen. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

Ramsey Campbell
What can I say about a writer whose influence has been acknowledged by H.P.Lovecraft, Peter Straub, T.E.D.Klein, M.John Harrison and Clive Barker? Perhaps that he managed to communicate a sense of the inexpressibly and awesomely supernatural with more power than he ever knew. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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