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Frank Joseph Author- ATLANTIS AND 2012 THEN SCIENCE OF THE LOST CIVILIZATION AND THE PROPHECIES OF THE MAYA

ATLANTIS AND 2012  THEN SCIENCE OF THE LOST CIVILIZATION AND THE PROPHECIES OF THE MAYA

by Frank Joseph

ISBN978-1-59143-112-1

$16.00 PB

264 pages, 6×9

Include 8-page color insert and 18 b&w illustrations

Frank Joseph posits the Mayan Calendar was brought to Mesoamerica by survivors of Atlantis and Lemuria.  He reveals how the calendar’s eternal cycle correlates with scientific studies on glacial ice cores and predictions from indigenous people.

Inner Traditions Bear & Company

http://www.InnerTraditions.com

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Josef Raab & Martin Butler Editors- HYDRED AMERICAS CONTACTS, CONTRASTS, AND CONFLUENCES IN NEW WORLD LITERATURES AND CULTURES

HYDRED AMERICAS  CONTACTS, CONTRASTS, AND CONFLUENCES IN NEW WORLD LITERATURES AND CULTURES

edited by Josef Raab and Martin Butler

Twenty-two essays examine past and present cultural interrelations and interdependences in the Americas, highlighting regional, national, and transnational contacts in the New World; raising awareness of the contrasts that separate American cultures; and examining the confluences of New World issues, traditions, and practices.  this collection increases our theoretical understanding of cultural hybridity and demonstrates that is is by no means a recent phenomenon in the Americas.

404 pp   paper   $30.00   ISBN 978-1-031010-57-3

Bilingual Review Press

1-866-965-3867

http://www.asu.edu/brp

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Camilla Lackberg Author- THE STONECUTTER

THE STONECUTTER

by Camilla Lackberg

Mysterious Galaxy Book Review  A Buzz Book

“THE STONECUTTER is one of the latest offerings from the land of midnight sun in the hot genre now referred to as “Nordic Noir.”  Swedish author Camilla Lackberg has been hailed as the next Agatha Christie but not even the grand dame could have come up with a story so horrific yet fascinating in detailing the kind of crimes that get committed in small towns.  There are two interweaving stories.  The first concerns the death of a little girl whose body is pulled out of the sea by a fisherman.  The second story, that of the “stonecutter,” takes place in 1923.  Because it is a small town, the lives of the local police detective, Patrik Hedstrom, his domestic partner and their new baby also get pulled into the mystery in very frightening ways.  I couldn’t put this book down.  This is Lackberg’s third book, and has just recently been translated into English.  She is a must read.”- Evelyn

Pegasus Crime trade paperback original, $15.99

Mysterious Galaxy Books

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