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  • The Kade Family Saga, Vol. 3 From the banks of the Mississippi River to the shores of the Great Salt Lake, the saga of the Kade family now spans a continent. Christian and Lydia Kade and their family cross the plains with the Saints, bidding farewell to the ruined city of Nauvoo, where their daughter Elizabeth has chosen to ... Read Book
  • The Toad The ToadRetribution springs from the marshes in another thrilling adventure in the annals of Clovis DeWitt, alias The Toad.Script: Jeff WardProduction: Union SignalMusic and engineering: Mark BalloraArtwork: Jimmy Dean HornCast:Jeff WardDavid McDanielBob SadlerTrissy CallanDoug BostMark ... Read Book
  • Sharpe’s Regiment In this installment of the bestselling historical fiction series featuring Major Richard Sharpe, a corrupt political enemy is determined to disband the South Essex Regiment—and to destroy Sharpe’s life.After reluctantly returning to England in order to march into France with his regiment, ... Read Book
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