Free history Kindle books for 20 Aug 18

The Murder of Rasputin: the Mystical and Political Context

by Serj Freeman

The short history of the murder of Rasputin with political context in Russia at the beginning of XX century.

A Love surname family history: The Real Bloodline of Mary Magdeline

by John Love

This work shows direct descent from House of Anjou, Richard Scrope in relation William the Conqueror as related, down through Despencers and Le Lous and Hugh Lupus Earl, through Sir John le de Spencer Knight, Sir John le Lou Sr 1355, Nigelli Luiff (Nigelli Luff) through the Loves to me John Love, and more.

In Plain Sight

by Sephira Allen

What wouldn’t you do for love?

No damsel in distress, 20 year old Rylee James hides in plain sight of the enemy, hoping to rescue her brother – a Confederate soldier captured by Union forces. Disguised as a man, she’s counting on her skills as a doctor to see her through while she risks it all to save the only family she has left.

But even the best laid plans can go awry when love is at stake, and all too soon she is faced with the reality that life’s choices aren’t always easy. Love of family, love of country, or love of a good man – agonizing decisions to be made when she finds that setting her brother free has left her a prisoner of the heart.

A historical romance set in the midst of the American Civil War, In Plain Sight intrigues right from the start, taking you on a wild and perilous ride through the war-torn Virginia countryside. An emotional journey of courage, daring and love, that keeps you enthralled right to the very end.

21/Jesus: Old Testament: A Devotional for Busy People (Devotionals for Busy People)

by John Greco

While the Old Testament is the story of Israel, because of Jesus, it is also the story of every Christian. And so, there’s a good chance you’ll see a bit of yourselfâ??a bit of a family resemblanceâ??in folks like Abraham, Moses, and Ruth. More than that, you’ll see something of the love of God, which found its greatest expression in Jesus. And it’s, of course, to Jesus that every Old Testament story points.

Like the previous volume in this series, 21/Jesus, this short book was written with busy people in mind. The suggested Bible readings are each less than a chapter, and the devotional entries themselves will take fewer than five minutes to read.

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