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Five Brides
It was such a moving story, it made me cry!
This book is filled with a variety of gift, craft and practical ideas all made from paper. What is unique is the creativity and the use of paper, whereas some of these projects could be made out of other materials like wood or fabric. The use of paper then makes these project and craft ideas easier to make, albeit time consuming but very rewarding. Some projects my 12 year-old daughter is enjoying. I love all the bird motifs and flowers.
The Forgotten Room
The largest "think tank" in the U.S.A.

1. Staff experiencing strange events.
2. A secret room that is not on any blueprints and has been sealed for decades.
3. An experiement from the 1930's, has been "locked" in a room with no apparent way in.
4. What caused the room to be forgotten?

READ the book.
Naked Greed
Stone Barrington at his best in the book.

1. A prominent businessman who wants to do business in the U.S.A.
2. Old school mobsters
3. MI6 and the CIA
4 Assassination attempt on Stone's best friend.

What a great book to read!
This book is the true story of a white man who darkened his skin on purpose to see how he would be treated in the South in 1959. It is an eye-opener. It is disturbing, shocking - a must-read. It makes me wonder if this experiment occurred today - what has changed and what has remained the same?

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