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Connie Corcoran Wilson

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Connie Corcoran Wilson has published 10 books since 2003. "Hellfire & Damnation" (www.HellfireandDamnationtheBook.com) came out in February, 2010. Her three volumes of true ghost stories of Route 66 (Ghostly Tales of Route 66, www.GhostlyTalesofRoute66.com) are out from Quixote and in E-book format from Quad City Press. Her first book ("Training the Teacher As A Champion") was published by PLS Bookstores in 1989. Her sci fi novel "Out of Time" was published by Lachesis in 2008 and the screenplay written based on the book was a winner in a "Writer's Digest" competition. Her 2 humor collections are "Both Sides Now" (2003) and "Laughing through Life" (2011). Her illustrated children's book, "The Christmas Cats in Silly Hats" was released a ...more

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The Color of Evil

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Khaki = Killer (Color of Ev...

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Ghostly Tales of Route 66

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Red is for Rage

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Hellfire & Damnation III

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It Came from the '70s: From...

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Laughing Through Life

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Obama's Odyssey: The 2008 R...

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Director Francois Jacob of “A Moon of Nickel and Ice” (Canada).

In the ice Russian mining city of Norilsk, residents endure sub-zero temperatures and the weight of a dark history: Once a Soviet labor camp in the 1930’s and 1940’s, tens of thousands of political prisoners died while extracting nickel ore from beneath the tundra.

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" Writing for www.TheMovieBlog.com, my own blog, and www.QuadCities.com (movie reviews). Trying to get KHAKI=KILLER up as audio book (other 2 are up). B ...more "
Obama's Odyssey by Connie Corcoran Wilson
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"The daughter and I climbed aboard a 1991 Cadillac hearse that was used as recently as 2011 to tour some of the purportedly haunted sites in Austin, Texas, on a Friday night.1991 Cadillac hearse Our first stop was the Confederate Woman’s Home built..." Read more of this blog post »
" The Maltese Falcon (1941). The 3 most iconic bits of movie memorabilia are often said to be Dorothy’s ruby red slippers from “The Wizard of Oz,” the Maltese Falcon from the 1941 film, and Rosebud, the sled that burns at the end of “Citizen Kan..." Read more of this blog post »
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