Two Pretenders

Two Pretenders

Iva Forshey. Two Pretenders A Novel by IVA FORSHEY Copyright © 2017 Iva
Forshey. All rights reserved. No part.

Author: Iva Forshey

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781512788433

Category: Fiction

Page: 306

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This story is down-to-earth weaving a beautiful tale of ranch life in the 1950s. Widowed, JoAnn Cobb, her three children, and her Grandpops old side-kick, Rusty, are full of hope to begin a new life on her Grandpops horse ranch. Obstacles block her path: Gabe, a holdout from her teen age past, will capture your heart, for he is still there, single, and ready to lay down his life to help any way he can. To add to the intrigue, and located on the next ranch, is an insensitive slaughterhouse, where horses are butchered for the international market. JoAnn has good justification to quit at the get go, to protect her children, but she has a promise to keep to her Grandpop, whose ranch she inherited, hence, with a late seasonal start, she hires cowboys and farm hands to plow and plant the fields, prepare the pastures, mend fences, and renovate buildings. Gabe will capture your heart in a romantic twist, for he is around at every turn just as honorable and respectful as ever. He is there when horses get sick or hurt, buildings catch fire, and rustling of her stock begins. He is there when the action propels this story to unexpected places. Will he still be there if she can ever overcome the memories of her former husband and the barriers she has built up to keep her children safe, or, will she simply yield to the pull of her heart?
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XI XII Will III c 2 The Popish Pretenders to the Forfeited Estates in Ireland unmask d and lay d open Being an Answer to a Letter from a Member of Parliament desiring his friend to inquire into the character and circumstances of some persons who by the Act relating to Forfeitures have been or are like to be restored to their Estates

XI    XII  Will  III  c  2  The Popish Pretenders to the Forfeited Estates in Ireland unmask d  and lay d open  Being an Answer to a Letter from a Member of Parliament  desiring his friend to inquire into the character and circumstances of some persons  who  by the Act relating to Forfeitures  have been  or are like to be restored to their Estates

... assign'd for her Habitation ) but by the Sollicitation of her Friends , both here
and in Ireland , to get leave from the King ... the ventur'd upon two or three private
Visits , and found her self so kindly receiv'd , that by degrees the resolvd to have ...

Author: England

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0018418218

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Page: 16

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Remarks on the Pretenders Eldest Son s Second Declaration Dated the 10th of October 1745 By the Author of the Remarks on His First Declaration

Remarks on the Pretenders  Eldest Son s Second Declaration  Dated the 10th of October  1745  By the Author of the Remarks on His First Declaration

Philip Carteret Webb. that the Pretender hath given his Son any new Authority ,
impowering him to make these Enlargements or Explanations : On the contrary ,
the Son expressly declares he emitted the Declaration or Manifesto of the 16th of
 ...

Author: Philip Carteret Webb

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:N11724703

Category:

Page: 63

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Pretenders and Popular Monarchism in Early Modern Russia

Pretenders and Popular Monarchism in Early Modern Russia

... regain his rightful realm.2 Subsequently the Khan sent Vergun to
Constantinople , where the Vizier was at first inclined ... two pretenders appeared
calling themselves sons of Tsar Vasilii Shuiskii , who had died in captivity in
Poland in 1612.

Author: Maureen Perrie

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521891019

Category: History

Page: 288

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The first western account of the role of pretenders and impostors in early seventeenth-century Russia.
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Four Pretenders the Talismans of Darkness Light

Four Pretenders   the Talismans of Darkness   Light

Seven shadowy creatures step into firelight, one near Morlindus and two each
near the other three corners. Erauztius, the ghost knight near Morlindus, speaks
first. Foolish mortals, he says. Do you think that your puny sorceries and weapons
 ...

Author: Melvin Karew

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781477153291

Category: Fiction

Page: 475

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The guard at the city gates does not attempt to stop the stranger entering Nuthollia, for his job is to keep people inside the city and no person would enter the city voluntarily unless he were an agent of Grimlindus. Nuthollia, the capital of Neuthonia, is no longer a trading metropolis. Its remaining inhabitants are usually hiding indoors, trying to escape Grimlindus's violent soldiersthe tall blond northerners, bandit warriors and Knights of Destruction, as well as goblins, hobgoblins, kobolds and ogres from further east on the steppes. While contact with these soldiers is dangerous and unpredictable, the soldiers do keep the city's economy moving, the trade continuing. So Nuthollia's inhabitants, the original Neuthonics as well as countless released prisoners-of-war, attempt to earn a meagre living in fear and dread. The stranger is rnwulf, the tall barbarian who had been learning sword-skills in the cold hills of the Borderlands. He is dressed in heavy furs. His long, straight, black hair is tied back by a broad cloth that completely conceals his forehead and from which hangs three beaded feathers. His heavy broadsword is strapped to his back, partially buried within his fur coat, while a number of knives are strapped to his chest and belt. A two-headed tomahawk hangs from his belt. He is accompanied by Caleb, the huge wolf that is as large as a small pony and which has a thick mane of grey fur. Man and wolf survey the cold, snow-covered streets, looking beyond the unhappy houses to the dark palace standing on a hill near the centre of the city. They turn away from it and head into one of the darker and less inviting neighbourhoods, where even Grimlindus's soldiers would think twice before entering. The houses are closer together than elsewhere; the streets disappear into narrow alleyways and blind corners. Open doorways and boarded windows show that many of the residences are empty of normal occupation. However, a quick survey inside would reveal hiding squatters, ruffians, thieves and muggers. The man and wolf stop in front of a building that is deep within this neighbourhood. This building is similar to all the others, dismal and grey. It has a heavy steel door with a small window at face height, covered by a shutter. The man thumps on the door and the shutter is pulled back, revealing two dark, slanted eyes. "What do you want?" says the bouncer. "Where are your mistresses?" asks rnwulf, with a heavy, northern accent. "They are busy. Who wants to know?" "I was sent by Cleosius the warlord, to purchase something which was stolen from him. They are expecting me." The shutter is slid shut and rnwulf hears muted discussions behind it. The shutter slides open again. "You are early!" snaps the voice and the shutter slams closed. rnwulf thumps on the door again, his blows echoing inside. The shutter is pulled back again. "Can I wait inside?" he asks. The door opens, revealing a seven-and-a-half foot monstrosity, which bends over inside the small front room; its hairy frame fills up the doorway. Bugbear! thinks rnwulf, staring at the hairy giant-goblin, which would tower over one of its smaller goblin or hobgoblin cousins. "Come inside," it snarls, "but the wolf stays out there." After re-locking the door, the bugbear leads rnwulf along a dimly lit corridor, before arriving at a small room, furnished only with a hard-backed chair. "The mistresses are busy, the bugbear growls, but I will send someone to fetch them when they are, um, finished. Would you like a drink while you are waiting?" rnwulf waves the bugbear away and sits on the chair. In a moment, he becomes completely motionless, his keen eyes surveying every inch of the room. He waits, becoming tenser as he looks at the low ceiling and the walls. After a short time he stands up, goes to the door and tries the handle, finding it locked. H
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The Pretenders and Two Other Plays

The Pretenders and Two Other Plays

This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process.

Author: Henrik Ibsen

Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC

ISBN: 1115364766

Category: History

Page: 328

View: 200

This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.
Categories: History

The Pretender Or the Rose of Alvey a Petite Comedy in Two Acts and in Prose

The Pretender  Or  the Rose of Alvey  a Petite Comedy  in Two Acts  and in Prose

My Dear MADAM , In the publication of “ THE PRETENDER , " I cannot deny
myself the gratification of expressing to you how much I have been indebted to
your talents , for the success of this , and several other of my plays . } I am
induced to ...

Author: John J. STAFFORD

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0024555904

Category:

Page: 51

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Reports from Select Committees of the House of Lords and Evidence

Reports from Select Committees of the House of Lords and Evidence

If two Peers concurred in those , and gave in their Objections to the Lord Clerk
Register or his Deputies officiating at the ... Supposing there were two Pretenders
present , and that ... But the Number of Pretenders might increase accordingly ?

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:555099157

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Memoirs of the Pretenders and Their Adherents

Memoirs of the Pretenders and Their Adherents

I have had private intelligence to the same purpose within these two days , and
have sent to acquaint the Duke of Argyll of it ; and I have several reasons to think
that the Pretender's son expects to be joined by too many in the Lowlands as well
 ...

Author: John Heneage Jesse

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:32000000104580

Category: Jacobite Rebellion, 1745-1746

Page: 564

View: 958

Categories: Jacobite Rebellion, 1745-1746

Memoirs of the Pretenders and Their Adherents By John Heneage Jesse New Edition Complete in One Volume with a General Index and Additional Portraits

Memoirs of the Pretenders and Their Adherents  By John Heneage Jesse     New Edition  Complete in One Volume  with a General Index  and Additional Portraits

I have had private intelligence to the same purpose within these two days , and
have sent to acquaint the Duke of Argyll of it ; and I have several reasons to think
that the Pretender's son expects to be joined by too many in the Lowlands as well
 ...

Author: John Heneage JESSE

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0017081879

Category:

Page: 564

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The Pretenders

The Pretenders

Author: Henrik Ibsen

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:1161024976

Category:

Page: 316

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Garrets and Pretenders

Garrets and Pretenders

Even Henry James, essentially an outsider, got out of the daring magazine more
advantage and praise than Henry Harland, the true mainstay of the Yellow Book
both in its fame and adversity. III HARLAND embraced Catholicism and died in ...

Author: Albert Parry

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486290461

Category: History

Page: 480

View: 270

Fascinating study recaptures the vibrantly eccentric lifestyles of American hipsters and outsider artists. Accurate, well-illustrated narrative profiles the lives and manners of nonconformists from the early 19th century through the Beat Generation.
Categories: History

Suggestions for the Application of the Egyptological Method to Modern History

Suggestions for the Application of the Egyptological Method to Modern History

The resemblance between the adventures of the two Stuart Pretenders for
recovering their crown, and the adventures attributed to the fictitious Charles II.
for the same purpose, is most striking. The closeness of this resemblance will be
best ...

Author: Sir George Cornewall Lewis

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015074938948

Category: Historiography

Page: 31

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Categories: Historiography

The Earldom of Mar in Sunshine and in Shade During Five Hundred Years

The Earldom of Mar in Sunshine and in Shade During Five Hundred Years

There are two classes of those parties who have given annoyance at Peers '
elections . ... Supposing there were two pretenders present , and that those
pretenders having taken the oaths chose to object to any one of our votes , that
would ...

Author: Alexander Crawford Lindsay Earl of Crawford

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433081850152

Category: Nobility

Page:

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Categories: Nobility

The earldom of Mar in sunshine and in shade during five hundred years in reply to an address to the peers of Scotland by W H earl of Kellie

The earldom of Mar in sunshine and in shade during five hundred years  in reply to an address to the peers of Scotland by W H  earl of Kellie

There are two classes of those parties who have given annoyance at Peers '
elections . ... Supposing there were two pretenders present , and that those
pretenders having taken the oaths chose to object to any one of our votes , that
would ...

Author: Alexander William C. Lindsay (25th earl of Crawford.)

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:600018004

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Page:

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St Magn s of Orkney

St  Magn  s of Orkney

Norway: Two Kings and Two Pretenders Haraldr gilli Following the death of
Sigurär Magnússon in 1130 the Norwegian kingdom was divided between his
son, Magnús, and the upstart Haraldr gilli.72 Sometime in the 1120s the latter
had ...

Author: Haki Antonsson

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004155800

Category: History

Page: 269

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This book looks at the emergence of the cult of St Magnus, earl of Orkney (d. 1117), and the literary corpus composed in his honour. Both aspects are examined from a wider Scandinavian and European perspective.
Categories: History

Journal of Biblical Literature

Journal of Biblical Literature

It is worthy of note that both pretenders to the throne in Babylon make use of the
name Nebuchadrezzar , although ... In addition to the record of the two
pretenders named Nebuchadrezzar contained in the Behistun inscription , we
have also ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112109689809

Category: Bible

Page:

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Valley of Pretenders

Valley of Pretenders

The two best-known early science fiction magazine pseudonyms of English writer
John Russell Fearn were 'Thornton Ayre' and 'Polton Cross' . The perceived
wisdom amongst SF commentators is that both pseudonyms were conceived by ...

Author: John Russell Fearn

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 9781479409525

Category: Fiction

Page: 234

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Science fiction author Stanley G. Weinbaum died from cancer at 33 in December 1935. Short though his career was, his scientific imagination, smooth characterizations, and pervasive humor completely revolutionized the field, and profoundly influenced his contemporaries. Among his many imitators was English writer John Russell Fearn. Although his own distinctive work was very popular in the SF magazines of the time, the ambitious Fearn wanted to increase his number of acceptances by writing under pseudonyms in the style of Weinbaum! In the late 1930s, the American SF magazine market boomed, and all of Fearn's Weinbaum pastiches found billets. These intriguing stories are here identified and collected for the first time, with fascinating background notes. This is the second volume of two must-have collections, the first of which was published as World Without Chance. Great science fiction adventure reading from the golden era of the pulps!
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Protectors Or Pretenders

Protectors Or Pretenders

Legislated but not founded: Ethiopia and Mali Two more African countries have
passed legislation for the creation of a human rights commission, but had yet to
form them at the start of 2000: Ethiopia in 1 995 and in Mali in 1 996.

Author: Binaifer Nowrojee

Publisher: Human Rights Watch

ISBN: 1564322556

Category: Governmental investigations

Page: 407

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To Governments in Africa
Categories: Governmental investigations