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The journal of Captain Fred G. Coxen is now available on Kindle Royal Field Artillery - The Early Battles of WWIthe book also contains Captain Coxen's life before and after the war. The book contains many personal photos and images of original documents.
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Memories of a Baby Boomer (Biographies & Memoirs)
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"LEARNING THE ART OF FLY FISHING

My father thoroughly enjoyed fly fishing and to him it was an art form. Today’s fly-line is made so it floats and therefore does not require dressing like the old lines.
I remember watching with fascination and rever..." Read more of this chapter »
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During Christmas week Helen watched how everyone was having such fun being together and enjoying country living away from the city troubles. Her idea began when she gave David a present, a chemistry set for ages eight and up. His..." Read more of this chapter »
"BROTHERS WILL BE BROTHERS

Upon reaching the interrogation room, Maximo opened the door and turned on the light. Roberto had to contain himself from reacting when saw his brother’s battered face, he was angry but he had to continue his disguise a li..." Read more of this chapter »
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After working in his occupation for several years Roberto had experienced some very narrow escapes. He was considering retirement to a small Caribbean island where he could disappear for awhile and spend some of his for..." Read more of this chapter »
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"WILLIAM SILVERSPOON’S CHILDREN

Sally Silverspoon didn’t follow in her mother’s footsteps; her wild side developed at a much younger age and by her senior year she was voted the most popular cheerleader among the football team.

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The Battle of Moonshine Gap
If someone ever asked, “What it five feet tall, weighs ninety-pounds and scares the hell out of King Kong?” If you said Helen Hateful you would be correct. She is a mean spiteful woman that grew-up in the hills o..." Read more of this chapter »
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