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Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip: Six Decades of Love, Marriage and Monarchy (Royal Couples Book 1)

by Jessica Jayne

Why Choose This Book

The love story of Queen Elizabeth II and her consort Prince Philip is the true stuff of fairytale. Theirs was not an arranged marriage but a love match. This book will show you a love story that transcended the times and remained strong unto this day.

What’s Inside

The Queen and her Consort are celebrities in their own right, and their lives have always had that quality that made them interesting for ordinary people. Every little thing about them was a thing of wonder, and you’ll be surprised to know:

-How old Elizabeth was when she fell in love with a dashing young man named Philip
-How they nurtured their relationship amid the war and in their separation as they go about their duties
-Why Philip gave up his naval career
-The circumstances that led to Elizabeth being the Queen, and what it meant for her and Philip
-The last-minute glitches that occurred on the day of the couple’s highly publicized wedding
-Why it was difficult for Philip to find his own role within the royal family
-Why the House of Windsor remained as it is and not the House of Mountbatten-Windsor following the couple’s wedding, and what the Queen did as a compromise for her husband
-The problems they encountered as a married couple, and how their marriage remained intact when those of their children’s crumbledâ?¦

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 – The Future Queen
Chapter 2 – The Future Consort
Chapter 3 – The Courtship
Chapter 4 – The Wedding of the Century
Chapter 5 – Between Family and Duties
Chapter 6 – The Queen’s Coronation
Chapter 7 – The Queen and the Consort
Chapter 8 – The Modern Times

Why Buy Now
The intertwining lives of Queen Elizabeth II and her faithful consort, Prince Philip, is an interesting read, mainly for what it is, the workings of a love story. Theirs is an inspiration for many people, a testimony of how love, respect, and tolerance (in Philip’s word) carried their marriage through the good and the bad times and emerged to become the longest married couple in the history of British monarchy. Take part in that history and read this book.

The Heart of an Orphan

by Amy Eldridge

“The Heart of an Orphan” is the remarkable true story of how one tiny and critically ill baby in a Chinese orphanage inspired a movement to bring hope and healing to thousands of orphaned and impoverished children. Written by Amy Eldridge, founder and CEO of Love Without Boundaries, this poignant chronicle of LWB’s life-changing work, told through the stories of individual children, offers personal insight into the complex issues surrounding orphan care, abandonment, international aid, and adoption. Both thought-provoking and inspirational, “The Heart of an Orphan” reminds us all that while the needs of vulnerable children around the world may seem overwhelming, the human heart triumphs in believing that every life has value and every child deserves love.

DIETRICH BONHOEFFER BIOGRAPHY: A Brief Review Toward Understanding Bonhoeffer

by A. Allen-Jones

Dietrich Bonhoeffer, born February 4, 1906. Before Bonhoeffer would reach the age of 40, his naked praying body was collected by the very ones whom he fought against and wiped away from this earth.

Bonhoeffer had other plans, from an early age, Bonhoeffer works, created, and he set out to place a mark in the world, one who was born from loving God, and dedication to his cause.

Bonhoeffer Life Together – Discover Who He Was

Armed with a dedicated belief in God, and unwavering faith, Bonhoeffer set to demonstrate his understanding of Christianity. Bonhoeffer fought against the evilness of Adolf Hitler instead professing the word of God. His resistance toward Nazism would result in imprisonment, and his allegiance to his faith would lead to the loss of his life.
Some 70 plus years, Bonhoeffer’s legacy remains one of the most popularly sought after works. Bonhoeffer’s biography consistently read for his devout beliefs and intellect perceptions, based on faith and the absolute goodness of God.
Discover more of about this incredible man. Bonhoeffer one of the most intriguing and faithful men of our time. This brief review will introduce you to Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a man that you’ll soon not forget this account of Germany history. Get your copy and discover life together Dietrich Bonhoeffer

The Duchess of Cambridge: How Kate Middleton Became A Future Queen (Royal Princesses Book 3)

by Jessica Jayne


The former Kate Middleton is the embodiment of a modern day Cinderella. She didn’t scrub floors and didn’t have wicked stepmother and stepsisters, but she turned from being a commoner to a princess when she stole the heart of a real prince, William. This book on Kate Middleton will inspire you and prove to you that fairy tales do exist. Kate is proof of that.


Turn the pages and discover many things about Kate Middleton, including:

-Her years in Jordan, where her family lived for almost three years
-What really enabled Michael and Carole Middleton to send their children to prestigious schools
-How Kate met Prince William
-Why Kate and William moved their engagement announcement from November 3 to November 16, 2010
-Kate’s first solo engagement, and more!


Chapter 1 – The Middleton Ancestry
Chapter 2 – An Ordinary Childhood
Chapter 3 – Friends with Royalty
Chapter 4 – A Budding Romance
Chapter 5 – Coming Out with the Relationship
Chapter 6 – Difficulties
Chapter 7 – Back Together
Chapter 8 – The Royal Wedding
Chapter 9 – The Future Queen Catherine


Like her mother-in-law, Kate has become one of the most photographed women in the world. She stirred interest among people and she proved that she could adapt well to her new environment. You will discover between the pages of this book her old life as a commoner, her eight-year wait before William popped the question, and her new life as the Duchess of Cambridge.

Eric Ambler: A Literary Biography

by Peter Lewis

â??Authoritative and highly readable, Peter Lewis’s recently revised literary biography of Eric Ambler remains the definitive guide to the work of one of
Britain’s most influential thriller writers.’ – Martin Edwards, author of The Golden Age of Murder

Eric Ambler is widely regarded as one of the most important thriller writers of the twentieth century.

In the 1930s he set out to give respectability to a genre that he rightly recognised needed to be rescued from its status as pulp fiction.

With six landmark novels published between 1936 and 1940, Ambler laid the foundations for the post-war generation of writers who raised the spy novel to a form of literature.

Like Graham Greene, Ambler used the ingredients of a thriller to create a series of novels that investigated many aspects of modern life, from totalitarian political regimes to white-collar crime.

And with those books, he transformed the scale and scope of the genre.

But who was the man behind the work?

Edgar Allan Poe Award-winning author Peter Lewis gives us the first full-length study of Amber’s life and work.

It brings us to the heart of the grand master of intrigue through insightful discussions of such popular novels as Epitaph for a Spy , A Coffin for Dimitrios , The Light of Day , (on which the well-known film Topkapi is based), and The Siege of the Villa Lipp – among many others.

By examining the individual books, Peter Lewis shows us how Ambler’s work changed throughout his life – while remaining always topical.

As this book argues, no novelist did more to dissolve the boundaries that separated “popular” from “serious” fiction.

Praise for Peter Lewis

â??Peter Lewis’s book about Eric Ambler is a literate, considerate inspection of the 18 novels of the British writer who transformed the spy thriller from macho, jingoistic, potboiler into a vehicle worthy of genuine literary talent.’ – The Booklist

Peter Lewis is a prize-winning author whose book about John le Carré received the prestigious Edgar Allan Poe award from the Mystery Writers of America as the best critical/non-fiction title of its year. His subsequent book about Eric Ambler was shortlisted for another non-fiction Edgar Allan Poe award as well as for an Anthony Award.

Heroin Rising: A Tale of True Terror

by T.A. Bechel

T.A. Bechel, author of horror and thriller titles like “Bullied to the Death” and “Origins of a Boy Named Luci,” travels outside of his comfort zone to share his personal nightmare with his tell-all confession of his past struggle with drug and alcohol addiction. A travesty turned to triumph. “Heroin Rising” is a real life story of terror that almost didn’t end with a happy ending.

Quotes From Paula Hawkins’ The Girl On The Train: Great Fiction Books Quotation Series

by University Scholastic Press

A tense psychological thriller on the New York Times’ best seller list for several weeks, British author Paula Hawkins’ The Girl On The Train is now a major motion picture. Told in the first-person from the point of view of three female main characters: Rachel, Megan and Anna, The Girl On The Train is a narrative in the vein of Gillian Flynn’s bestseller Gone Girl.
Within these pages, University Scholastic Press, internationally renowned publisher of textbooks, quote books, study guides and creative nonfiction novels, carefully curates hundreds of quotes from Paula Hawkins’ work. You’ll find all the best quotes from these characters outlining their struggles with addiction, abuse and betrayal in Quotes From Paula Hawkins’ The Girl On The Train by University Scholastic Press.

Desafortunado: Aunque tu vida sea difícil, sonríe porque llorar es demasiado fácil. (Spanish Edition)

by Euddis Alfonso Durán

Es una auto biografía de un chico que pasa por muchas calamidades en su vida, pero aun así sigue tratando de llevar el ritmo de su vida sin tener que tocar fondo, se ríe, llora, y sufre pero aun así se aferra a la vida que le fue otorgada.

Killer Photographer : The True Story of Rodney Alcala

by Josh Curry

Rodney Alcala is a serial murderer that is most often referred to as the “Dating Game Killer” after he was a contestant on the popular game show “The Dating Game” in 1978.
He was sentenced to death in California in 2010 for committing five murders in the state between 1977 and 1979. It is believed, however, that he may have over 130 victims.
Alcala’s charisma and murderous output have a striking similarity to that of Ted Bundy. More than one police detective has referred to him as a “killing machine.” He was a sexual sadist and specialized in strangling as a form of torture. He would choke his victims into unconsciousness then revive them only to repeat the torture again.
He specialized in creating false photo auditions in which he would book prospective models for a photo shoot then rape and kill them. A traveling serial killer, Alcala would operate out of the Los Angeles area but would journey as far as the Pacific Northwest in search of victims. He would have a locker in Seattle where he would keep a stash of mementos and photographs of his victims.
In September of 2016, authorities released a series of photographs that they believe could be additional victims of Alcala. They are now asking for the public’s help in identifying who the subjects in the photos are.

Prince Andrew: The War Hero from Buckingham Palace (Royal Princes Book 3)

by Jessica Jayne

Why Choose This Book

The British royal family’s Prince Harry is not the only member who had been criticized and chased by controversies that further stain the image of the monarchy. There’s Prince Andrew, whose contribution to the Falkland War that made him a hero was forgotten in light of the controversies he was linked to. After you read this book, you’ll realize that not all members of the royal family are faultless and immune to criticisms.

What’s Inside

Read this book and discover the amazing secrets behind the story of the Duke of York, including:

Why he is the Queen’s favorite
Why people speculated that he was deformed when he was a child
His training to become the best pilot
Why he was feted a hero in 1982
Who introduced Prince Andrew to Sarah Ferguson
Why he was dubbed â??Randy Andy’ and â??Airmiles Andy’
Why he and Prince Charles were at loggerheads, and many more!

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 – The Queen’s Favorite
Chapter 2 – A War Hero
Chapter 3 – A Woman Named â??Fergie’
Chapter 4 – Between Family and Naval Duties
Chapter 5 – Life After Divorce
Chapter 6 – Playboy Prince
Chapter 7 – Royal Duties
Chapter 8 – Treading in Hot Water

Why Buy Now

Here’s another amazing insight into one of the members of the British royal family. This book lets you in on Prince Andrew’s life as Duke of York, beginning from his privileged childhood to all the controversies that lessened his suitability as British trade envoy, a post he gave up as a result of scandals that once again rocked the House of Windsor. Read on and decide for yourself if you should love him or hate him.

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