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Dawn Of The Morning


Author : Grace Livingston Hill
language : en
Publisher: Xist Publishing
Release Date : 2015-06-18

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A Wholesome Christian Romance from Grace Livingston Hill In this Christian historical romance, a young woman flees a marriage she never wanted and a life she wished she had never lived. Dawn of the Morning tells the story of Dawn Rensselaer's journey to find love on her own terms. Xist Publishing is a digital-first publisher. Xist Publishing creates books for the touchscreen generation and is dedicated to helping everyone develop a lifetime love of reading, no matter what form it takes

Dawn Of The Morning


Author : Grace Livingston
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1975

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Dawn Of The Morning Star


Author : Sarina Dorie
language : en
Publisher: Wolfsinger Pub
Release Date : 2015-12-16

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Seventeen-year-old Sarah, who lives in Massachusetts during the 1600's, would rather become a mid-wife like her late mother rather than marry one of the knavish boys in the settlement and darn his socks for the rest of her days. Sarah's life changes forever when a young man is found naked out in the snow, with no tracks leading up to him and no signs of struggle on the body. Villagers in the small Puritan community gossip over how he came to be there. Though seventeen-year-old Sarah jokes he must have fallen from the sky, it would be impossible for him to have done so. When it's discovered the stranger is alive and thought to be a simpleton, he's taken in by Sarah's father. Sarah discovers this man who fell from the heavens is anything but simple. The mystery of the stranger deepens when he calls himself the Bearer of the Morning Star. In a time of religion and witchcraft, these words offer one possibility; he must be the devil. Still grieving for the death of family members, and searching for her own sense of self in a world of religious rules, Sarah struggles with the blossoming feelings she has for this stranger. Can this man who heals the sick, talks to animals, and claims not to believe in the devil survive in the strict environment of the Puritans? And can Sarah let herself love him, despite knowing he will soon need to leave her?

The Morning Side Of Dawn


Author : Justine Davis
language : en
Publisher: Harlequin
Release Date : 2012-07-16

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Destiny Can Be Dangerous A brief, fated moment at a wedding, and Cassie Cameron was hooked. She'd been unable to forget Dar Cordell, though months had passed. Who could explain it? She was surrounded by handsome, glamorous men every day, and yet somehow Dar had touched her soul…in a once-in-a-lifetime way. Meanwhile, someone was watching. Someone else had his eye on Cassie, and time was running out when fate cruelly chose to reunite her with Dar. Suddenly the obstacles they faced were greater than ever—their very lives were on the line. Would one moment of passion have to last them a lifetime?

The Morning Of The Magicians The Dawn Of Magic


Author : Jacques Bergier
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2017-06

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Can we rediscover the secrets of the alchemists? Was there a previous atomic age?Is humanity evolving towards some kind of superhumanity?Will future governments behave as secret societies?The questions of a fevered imagination? Not for the two authors who spent six years prospecting in that strange country that lies beyond the frontiers rational "scientific" wisdom. They believe it is vital for us to pose these questions, and even others more disturbing."The Morning of the Magicians" is a compendium of dark and peculiar true stories - an enthralling introduction to the puzzles of occult knowledge. This classic of the New Age, written by the founders of the "Ancient Astronaut" thesis, featured on TV shows like "Ancient Aliens," quickly became a bestseller in many languages, and continues to inform us today.

After The Break Of Dawn


Author : Sharron A. Miller
language : en
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Release Date : 2004-05-01

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This story is a historically factual depiction of the suffering sustained by both sides during the Civil War as seen through the eyes of typically selected characters. Jonathan Carter, a young man from Virginia is about to graduate from a prestigious medical college in Philadelphia when the war breaks out. He is forced to choose sides. Should he return to the South and protect his family home and the relative whom he loves? Or should he remain in Philadelphia and pursue a promising medical career, and continue to court the beautiful and talented girl of his dream? Whichever choice he makes he will suffer losses and heartache. Jonathan befriends a burly Union soldier from New Jersey. Jess Blackford. Using their friendship and adventures as a symbol of the divided spirit of America, the author paints a vivid picture of the agony and desperation created by the war. What particularly sets this book apart from the many other Civil War books are the authentic renditions of the injuries and suffering of the soldiers and the medical treatment they received under the most trying circumstances. The author, himself a physician is able to give meticulously accurate accounts. Medicine in America would be changed forever by the experiences on the bloody battlefields of the War between the States.

The Morning Star


Author : G. H. W. Parker
language : en
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release Date : 2006-02-06

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In a generation when Western Christendom was convulsed by crisis in its religious leadership and its kingdoms were divided in political rivalries, John Wycliffe stood out with his torrid denunciation of abuses in the Christian Church. More works have been written about him than any other medieval Englishman, and yet to explain what he sought to do or achieved paradoxically remains difficult. The greater part of his life was spent in a university career and academic disputation, and very little is known of the details of this period before he emerged into public affairs. For the last dozen years or so before his death, he became entangled in English ecclesiastical and secular politics, and in this career eventually gave his attention more exclusively to demands for the reform of doctrines and abuses. --from chapter 2