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  • Queen's Fall: Stoneborn Volume 3

    J Douglas

    language (, Sept. 1, 2018)
    A throne reclaimed, a world undone.The land of Lhiminal has begun to fall apart. Entire provinces of the kingdom have folded in on themselves, swallowed whole. Nothing but endless darkness now rests over what they once were.As Morrigan tries to unravel the mystery behind her land's destruction, she discovers the truth is much worse than anything she could have predicted. The God-King Jameson, creator of their entire world, has somehow returned from the dead, and he’s determined to see Lhiminal undone.Will Morrigan be able to protect her people against a god?
  • Dutch Color

    Douglas Jones

    Paperback (Canon Press, Aug. 23, 2000)
    Amid the golden era of Dutch art, Clara has a passion for painting and life. But the two don't always mix. Her father is long overdue from Italy with the latest paint recipes, but lies, famous art, rare tulips, and sugary girls crowd Clara's search for her father. Someone knows where he might be, but it will cost more than Clara's talents to find out. This short children's novel by Douglas Jones is entertaining and allows kids to enter into another time period with likeable and exemplary characters. A real treat for young readers!
  • The Stone Garden

    J Douglas

    (Independently published, Jan. 11, 2018)
    Morrigan wakes in the mysterious land of Lhiminal after a brush with death, leaving her with no recollection of her life before. As her past unravels, Morrigan finds that she is the last of the Stoneborn, a rank of powerful warriors destined to purge the realm of its Dark King, Lysander.The young warrior grows unsettled at the thought that her path has already been laid out for her. She doesn’t want a life filled with conflict and death, but she also doesn’t seem to have a say. Determined to break free from destiny, Morrigan tries time and again to deny her purpose.However, Lysander draws closer with her every hesitation, wielding an ancient and powerful magic capable of tearing Lhiminal apart. And the Dark King is hellbent on using it to destroy the last Stoneborn.Will Morrigan accept her fate in order to survive?
  • A Daughter Adrift

    J Douglas

    (Independently published, Aug. 23, 2018)
    After playing her part to fulfill a legend, Morrigan now struggles to control the all-powerful magic within her, certain that the burden of obtaining it will ease with time.But there is none left. Little does she know; a curse now stirs beneath the surface of her kingdom.In the obsession to obtain a magic that controls life, Morrigan has unknowingly created an enemy made of death. A wretched hunger that can only be satisfied with her undoing.Can the Stoneborn Queen harness her powers before it’s too late?
  • Prince of Poison

    J Douglas

    (Independently published, Aug. 23, 2018)
    In a land of legends and sorcery, Shepard is unremarkable. Although he is the youngest of three heirs to the throne, no one respects those without magic, royalty or not.Frustrated and determined to prove his worth, Shepard sets out to discover abilities of his own, only to find he gets far more than he bargained for. His power flares out of control, haunting him with visions of destruction. Then they begin to come true.In a bid to use his powers to reverse what has been done, Shepard’s dangerous gift is exposed. Everything is at stake unless the young prince finds a way to alter what he’s set into motion. But that means diving even deeper into the madness of his gift. Deeper into the poison…Can Shepard save his land without losing himself in the process?
  • Huguenot Garden by Douglas Jones

    Douglas Jones

    Paperback (Canon Press, March 15, 1656)
  • Captured: Sixteen Months as a Prisoner of War

    John Harvey Douglas

    Paperback (Wentworth Press, Feb. 27, 2019)
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  • The Girdle of the Great: A Story of the New South

    John Jordan Douglass

    Hardcover (Forgotten Books, Jan. 30, 2018)
    Excerpt from The Girdle of the Great: A Story of the New SouthIn the heart of a great Southern plantation, on a hill overlooking the golden waters of the Pee Dee, guarded by gigantic oaks, and begirt with rose-bushes and honey-suckles, stood some years ago a stately white-and-green house. Its broad verandas, massive fluted columns and airy rooms all marked it an ante-bellum mansion.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
  • Communication in Marriage: Improve Conversations, Improve Your Relationship, And Have a Healthy Marriage

    Jordan Douglas

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, June 7, 2018)
    ***Buy the Paper Back Version , And Get the Ebook FREE***IMPROVE YOUR MARRIAGE WITH COMMUNICATIONAre you having a rough patch in your marriage? Or do you just want to improve your already strong marriage? The truth is, communication in marriage can solve, and PREVENT the majority of issues in the marriage. With the divorce rate of Americans at around 50%, it is so important that marriage mates have extremely good communication in regards to each other, and each other’s wants and desires. What you will learn:Critical communication Mistakes in Marriage How to Listen to each other Listening Exercises(Chapter 2.4)What is a marriage check up(Chapter 3.4) A secret to building Trust(Chapter 3.3)Buy Now To Receive these benefits
  • Listening in - Radio & the American Imagination


    Paperback (Univ Of Minesota, Paperback(2004), March 15, 2004)
    Listening in - Radio & the American Imagination (04) by Douglas, Susan J [Paperback (2004)]
  • The Snowman

    J. Douglas

    Paperback (London : Frank Hollings, Jan. 1, 1916)
  • Captured;: Sixteen months as a prisoner of war,

    John Harvey Douglas

    Hardcover (George H. Doran Co, March 15, 1918)