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Christopher Dunn Author- LOST TECHNOLOGIES OF ANCIENT EGYPT ADVANCED ENGINEERING IN THE TEMPLES OF PHARAOHS

LOST TECHNOLOGIES OF ANCIENT EGYPT: ADVANCED ENGINEERING IN THE TEMPLES OF PHARAOHS

by Christopher Dunn

ISBN978-1-59143-102

$18.75 pb

400 pages, 6×9

includes 16-page color insert and 280 b&w illustrations

Using modern digital photography, computer-aided design software, and metrology instruments, engineer Christopher Dunn reveals that highly refined tools, techniques, and even mega-machines must have been used in ancient Egypt.

Inner Traditions Bear & Company

http://www.InnerTraditions.com

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Marion Ekholm Author- JUST LIKE EM

JUST LIKE EM

by Marion Ekholm

Marion Ekholm’s Harlequin heartwarming novel, JUST LIKE EM, came out February 1, 2014.

After her divorce the heroine Em (for Emmy Lou) has returned with her asthmatic son to live with her mother in Phoenix Arizona.  She meets up with Roger, the man she had a crush on when she was 14.  Roger, whose wife died two years before, cringes with memories of Em.  If he’d gotten his hands on the pain-in-the neck teenager back then, he’d still be serving a jail sentence.  And his 13-year-old daughter is like the Em he remembers.

Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of the Society of Southwestern Authors  Vol. 43, No. 1   February/March 2014

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Tomas Diez Acosta Author- OCTOBER 1962 THE ‘MISSILE’ CRISIS AS SEEN FROM CUBA

OCTOBER 1962 THE ‘MISSILE’ CRISIS  AS SEEN FROM CUBA

by Tomas Diez Acosta

In October 1962, Washington pushed the world to the edge of nuclear war.  Here, for the firs time, the full story of that historic moment as told from the perspective of the Cuban people.  It was their determination to defend their sovereignty and their socialist revolution that blocked US plans for a military assault and saved humanity from the consequence of a possible nuclear holocaust.  US $25  ISBN978-0-87348-956-0

Pathfinder Press

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