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Dark Ages Vampire
Mark Rein-Hagen
1588462765
May 2002
Hardcover
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Ashen Cults
Justin Achilli
1588462137
December 2001
Paperback
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Dark Ages Road of Heaven
C. A. Suleiman
1588462854
April 2003
Paperback
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Under the Black Cross
Dan Budge
1588462757
Mar 2002
Paperback
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Dark Ages Road of Sin
White Wolf Publishing
1588462889
September 2003
Paperback
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Dark Ages: Spoils of War
White Wolf Publishing Staff
1588462862
June 2003
Paperback
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Houses of Hermes
Access Press
188099254X
October 1995
Paperback
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Book Description
Learn the Secrets of the Magi. Houses of Hermes describes the twelve houses that compose the Order of Hermes, their origins, their histories, and their recent actions. It provides important and dynamic information for players and storyguides alike, adding detail and drama to any Ars Magica saga. It includes: * A plot connected to each house. Each plot is grand enough to serve as the focus of your troupe's saga. * Story ideas for each house, for shorter-term play. These ideas bring the natures and styles of the various houses to life. * Sample magi who can serve as the player characters' masters, as non-player character in your saga, or as models for mid-level magi. * New spells and abilities representing the houses' differing specialties, including faerie magic and the special spells of the quaesitoris. * An...


Between Silk and Cyanide: A Codemaker's War, 1941-1945
Leo Marks
068486780X
August 2000
Paperback
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Book Review
At the age of 8, Leo Marks discovered the great game of code-making and -breaking in his father's London bookshop, thanks to a first edition of Poe's The Gold-Bug. At 23, as World War II was being played out in earnest, he hoped to use his strengths for the Allies. But Marks's urgent, witty memoir, Between Silk and Cyanide, begins with his failure to get into British Intelligence's cryptographic department. As everyone else on his course heads off to Bletchley Park ("the promised land"), he is sent to what his sergeant terms "some potty outfit in Baker Street, an open house for misfits." In fact, the Special Operations Executive's mandate was, in Churchill's stirring phrase, to "Set Europe Ablaze," and Marks's was to monitor code security so that agents could could report back as safely as possible. When he arrived, the...


Crime: Is It Out of Control (Information Plus Compact Reference Series)
Nancy R. Jacobs (Editor)
1573020567
September 1997
Paperback
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Curriculum Review
Few, if any, other publications provide such a tremendous amount of information in as succinct and readable a manner ... All secondary school libaries should seriously consider adding Information Plus to their collection.

American Library Association Booklist
... timely topics ... The importance of the topics and their balanced treatment recommend them to the reference and circulation collections of school, public and academic libraries.

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Gun Control: An American Issue
Mark A. Siegel (Editor)
1573020591
September 1997
Paperback
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Curriculum Review
Few, if any, other publications provide such a tremendous amount of information in as succinct and readable a manner ... All secondary school libaries should seriously consider adding Information Plus to their collection.

American Library Association Booklist
... timely topics ... The importance of the topics and their balanced treatment recommend them to the reference and circulation collections of school, public and academic libraries.

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The Great Game of Politics: Why We Elect Whom We Elect
Dick Stoken
0765307324
December 2003
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
In Stoken's view, American history is not a "patternless swirl of events," but rather follows a very simple pattern: a continual shifting back and forth between liberal and conservative philosophies in nine eras, or paradigms, whose agendas were set by the nine presidents Stoken considers to have been great (the inclusion of Washington and Lincoln won't surprise anyone; that of Coolidge might). For instance, the New Deal/Great Society era initiated by Franklin Roosevelt was followed by the current conservative era of the New Economy, whose agenda was set by Ronald Reagan. Beginning with the battle between Alexander Hamilton's Federalists and Thomas Jefferson's democrats, Stoken sees a political battle between those who want to limit government and provide wealth (conservatives) and those who want to use...


The Great Game of Politics: Why We Elect, Whom We Elect
Dick Stoken
076531181X
October 2005
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
In Stoken's view, American history is not a "patternless swirl of events," but rather follows a very simple pattern: a continual shifting back and forth between liberal and conservative philosophies in nine eras, or paradigms, whose agendas were set by the nine presidents Stoken considers to have been great (the inclusion of Washington and Lincoln won't surprise anyone; that of Coolidge might). For instance, the New Deal/Great Society era initiated by Franklin Roosevelt was followed by the current conservative era of the New Economy, whose agenda was set by Ronald Reagan. Beginning with the battle between Alexander Hamilton's Federalists and Thomas Jefferson's democrats, Stoken sees a political battle between those who want to limit government and provide wealth (conservatives) and those who want to use...

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