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Dark Eagle by John Ensor Harr

Title Dark Eagle
Author John Ensor Harr
Publisher Penguin Group USA
Release Date 2001-05
Category Fiction
Total Pages 522
ISBN 014100178X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A historical novel traces the rise and fall of man whose name has become synonymous with "traitor."

The Dark Eagle by Greg Zoller

Title The Dark Eagle
Author Greg Zoller
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2012-04-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 252
ISBN 0983976821
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An amateur historian studies the life of Benedict Arnold and reaches a far different conclusion than we were taught in our history books: All events of September 1780 point to a setup of epic proportions. Benedict Arnold was betrayed by his country. If not for Arnold, America would never have won her independence.

Dark Eagle by Gene Ligotti

Title Dark Eagle
Author Gene Ligotti
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2000-05-08
Category Fiction
Total Pages 440
ISBN 9781462827633
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What caused Major General Benedict Arnold to become a traitor? ;s a question that only a few have labored over. Many aren't aware that he was ever a hero and a great patriot, but he was ... perhaps our greatest. If he had died at the battle of Saratoga, his exploits on the behalf of this country would have deemed a day of recognition; a national holiday that would have been celebrated to this day. Now some two hundred and nineteen years after the West Point incident, few other than historians, remember the man, but all know that he was a traitor. Many do not know the circumstances of his sedition, but nevertheless his name is synonymous with treason. His heroic exploits have been forgotten and all we remember is the treason. On the battlefield at Saratoga, a lone monument stands in memorial of this man, but there is no mention of his name on the engraving. This book by no means condones his treason, but explains the reason why this great man became a traitor to the country he loved. Fighting for our country's independence started longer before July 4, 1776 and Benedict Arnold was there at the very beginning where our story also begins. The seaport of New Haven Connecticut is his home and he is a prosperous young man with a family. He is loved dearly by the townspeople, adored by his children and sister. His relationship with his wife is somewhat strained as she is an extremely cold individual who seems to have drawn away from family and friends to live a secluded life within her own mind. This is the time of Lexington and Concord and Arnold, leader of the New Haven Militia and the Sons of Liberty, calls his militia to arms to aid the patriots in driving the British back to Boston. This is the beginning for Benedict's valiant career, followed by his heroics at: Ticonderoga, St. Jean, Crown Point, Kennecbec, Quebec, Montreal, Skennesboro, Valcour Bay, Ridgefield, Oriskany, and Saratoga. The leaders, both American and British, praised his military genius. The public worshiped this charismatic man, but he had many enemies. Others were jealous of his achievements and sought to discredit him at every turn. During these early years his wife dies of an unknown aliment. At the battle of Saratoga, he suffered a musket shot to his left hip shattering his bone. The leg should have been amputated, but Arnold refused, knowing he could never sit a horse again with one leg and therefore would be of no use to his beloved country. It took almost a year for the leg to heal and even so, he was in constant pain for which he took tincture of laudanum. His left leg was two inches shorter than the right. In Philadelphia, which has been taken by the British, the Loyalists are deriving joy from the British occupation. Lavish parties are enjoyed by all, but especially by Peggy Schippen, daughter of Judge Schippen. Her dream, which she feels is her destiny in life, is to marry the titled heir to British wealth. She and her lover Captain John Andre attend all the parties, but soon this will soon end as the British leave Philadelphia. Due to his unyielding leg problem, Benedict is still unable to enter into battle, as leader of Washington's left flank, a position of honor. Washington places Benedict Arnold as military governor of Philadelphia, a hot bed of Loyalist intrigue. The Americans have parties as well, and at the Second Annual Fourth of July celebration, Benedict Arnold meets Peggy Schippen and falls in love with this Loyalist beauty, once called the most beautiful woman on two continents. While Peggy is seen on the arm of General Arnold, she is secretly seeing John Andre who is now a Major and the head of British espionage in New York.

The Dark Eagle by Simon Driscoll

Title The Dark Eagle
Author Simon Driscoll
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018-06-07
Category
Total Pages 316
ISBN 1948451425
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Scott Knox is a newlywed whose marriage is torn apart by natural and political disasters. Now he's taking out his wrath on the only target he can find, President Towers.But is Scott really acting alone? Or is he a patsy?Can the President be saved?Or will prophecy be fulfilled?The Dark Eagle is the first book in the Ruin & Restoration series. Filled with a cast of interesting and believable characters, this series shows the possible fulfillment of great and terrible Last Days prophecies in the very near future.We know Jesus Christ is coming again. Many great things must happen to prepare the world for His coming, and many terrible things, too.This series of action thrillers will help you understand these prophecies through the lives of the Shumway family and a host of others who fulfill or are affected by the fulfillment of prophecy in our day.These books will help prepare you for the actual fulfillment of these events becauseIf ye are prepared, ye shall not fear"A great read as it definitely adds current and future issues that are correlating with the scriptures and prophecies of prophets many years ago!" - Russ"I see the world with new eyes now, and a cold shiver runs up my spine. I find it chilling. How creepy it is to see the world without the rosy filter." - Teresa"The references to prophecy are sooo interesting, particularly prophecy about other religions (Islam) that I would never have read on my own." - Teri

Title Legionary Dark Eagle Legionary 8
Author Gordon Doherty
Publisher Gordon Doherty
Release Date 2020-02-05
Category Fiction
Total Pages 413
ISBN 9781691229932
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What hope has one forgotten soldier of bringing an emperor to justice? Winter, 382 AD. The Gothic War is over. After years of bloodshed, the Eastern Roman Empire and the Goths have struck a deal for peace. Imperial heralds crow about the treaty as if it were a triumph. Feasts and celebrations take place across the Eastern provinces. Every hero of the war is honoured and acclaimed... except one. Tribunus Pavo languishes in exile, haunted by a dark truth: that it was Gratian, Emperor of the West – the most powerful man alive – who caused the war and manipulated its every turn. Tormented by memories of loved ones lost during the great conflict, one word tolls endlessly through Pavo’s mind: Justice! But in this great game of empire, justice rarely comes without a grave cost…

Dark Eagle by Neil Tonge

Title Dark Eagle
Author Neil Tonge
Publisher A & C Black
Release Date 2008
Category Children's stories, English
Total Pages 77
ISBN 0713689048
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Dark Eagle and other storiesis a collection of historical tales. A boyis torn between loyalty to his own clan and the occupying Romans, twochildren are accidentally left behind in the middle of a German bombattack in occupied France, a brother and sister suffer the harshconditions of the Victorian workhouse.

Benedict Arnold The Dark Eagle by Brian Richard Boylan

Title Benedict Arnold The Dark Eagle
Author Brian Richard Boylan
Publisher W. W. Norton
Release Date 1973-07-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 276
ISBN 0393331628
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Dark Eagle by Roger P. Myers

Title The Dark Eagle
Author Roger P. Myers
Publisher CreateSpace
Release Date 2010-05-12
Category Drama
Total Pages 48
ISBN 1452832994
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is an historical mood dramatization, utilizing music, lighting, costumes, makeup and the minimum of sets and props. It can also be prsented as a radio play.

Dark Eagles by Curtis Peebles

Title Dark Eagles
Author Curtis Peebles
Publisher Ibooks
Release Date 2003
Category History
Total Pages 353
ISBN 0743458362
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A revised history of top secret U.S. aircraft programs covers such creations as the XP-59A Airacomet, the U-2, and the F-117A, noting their impact on the jet age, the practice of intelligence gathering, and aviation technology. Original.

Deep Dark Eagle by Easy Mad Press

Title Deep Dark Eagle
Author Easy Mad Press
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-08-15
Category
Total Pages 122
ISBN 1686610955
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This blank lined journal is a perfect multi-purpose notebook. Fly high! Small daily diary / journal / notebook to write in, for creative writing, for creating lists, for Scheduling, Organizing and Recording your thoughts. Makes an excellent gift idea for birthdays, Christmas or any special occasion (and True Eagles). Perfectly sized at 6" x 9" 120 page Softcover bookbinding Flexible Paperback

The Last American by Steven Burgauer

Title The Last American
Author Steven Burgauer
Publisher iUniverse
Release Date 2005-12
Category Fiction
Total Pages 372
ISBN 9780595379071
Language English, Spanish, and French
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SCIENCE FICTION ============================================================================================== HIGH FINANCE; HIGH DRAMA; HIGH STAKES!! The wolf is finally at the door! Overextended and no longer able to defend herself, America finally succumbs to the forces of evil gathering around her. A secret, underground army tries but is unable to put down the rebellion. Holocaust is upon the land. This is the story of one family's heroic struggle to beat the odds and to keep the hope of freedom that is America alive. ============================================================================================== "Political intrigue, murder, sex, and a country on the brink of disaster. Burgauer combines all the elements in this futuristic story that gets better and better with each page." Ken Behrens . . . WJBC radio Steven Burgauer lives and writes in Illinois, along with his collection of torture instruments and Medieval killing tools.

E Pluribus Unum by Marvin Blake

Title E Pluribus Unum
Author Marvin Blake
Publisher Page Publishing Inc
Release Date 2020-11-09
Category Fiction
Total Pages 544
ISBN 9781644623947
Language English, Spanish, and French
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E Pluribus Unum: (From Many...One) is an epic story (1861-1876) chronicling the lives of two individuals. One a black man, Jason Ruth, born into a life of perpetual slavery; the other was a white woman, Rebecca Billings, the daughter of Henry Billings, master of the Rosewood Plantation, born into a pampered life of privilege as a member of the Southern aristocracy. Two people-one black, the other white-whose preordained statuses in life were at diametrically opposite ends of the South's Antebell

Shadows Of The Dark Eagle by Andrew McGregor

Title Shadows of the Dark Eagle
Author Andrew McGregor
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2018-04-13
Category
Total Pages 268
ISBN 198774621X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Early July 1940: With the fall of France, a victorious German Army stands along the coastline facing the English Channel, the beleaguered British counting the cost of losing most of their military equipment at Dunkirk, across northern France and Belgium as the allied nations fell or capitulated. As the last of these British and French soldiers were evacuated by brave determined small boat owners and the Royal Navy, government ministers realise in horror that there are only six anti-tank guns in the whole of England, a drastic shortage of rifles and uniforms, lorries, tanks, armoured cars and aircraft. 338,226 French and British soldiers were evacuated from Dunkirk, scattered other pockets from coastal ports and beaches all along the French northern shores were also lifted to safety. Without these men as deterrent, Britain would have surely fallen immediately and frantic arguments continued in the House of Commons to make peace with Germany. Most of the evacuated troops were demoralised or wounded, the government stunned that so many had escaped as the attacking German Wehrmacht simply halted their advance for a couple of days, seemingly mesmerised by their successful and devastating offensive. Little did they know that Adolf Hitler had become increasingly nervous at his thinly reinforced forward forces, unaware that capturing the majority of the British Army was within his grasp until many were escaping across the channel, the assurances of Goering at the time that his Luftwaffe would destroy the stubborn pocket of resistance proving ineffective. Rumours and whispers spread through the English population and German Army that the war in the west was perhaps over. Conspiracy theories were rife...had the Wehrmacht stopped to even deliberately permit the British and French soldiers to escape...was this even the prelude to a grand alliance between the British Empire and the German Reich? But the rumours were false, Winston Churchill had no intention of relenting on his pledges to defeat the Nazis...the British 'bulldog' was not for compromise against such an evil as Adolf Hitler. Even the Germans could not believe it...surely the stubborn British could see reason, they were a defeated nation in all but occupancy. Within just a few days, the Royal Air Force has retreated from dogfights over the channel and lower North Sea against overwhelming odds with the loss of over fifty valuable fighters and more importantly...experienced pilots...mostly picked up by German vessels. Further days slip by...nervousness and dread rising, a date...July the sixteenth approaching as coastal British soldiers and Home Guard volunteers stared warily through binoculars across the channel, their collective dread rising for what was to come. They would not have to wait long...the skies were darkening ominously on the night of the fifteenth...a storm was about to rise over the channel. With spies, resistance fighters and steamy romance on both sides of the channel, the RAF will endeavour to protect British skies in a desperate bid to deter or stop the German Luftwaffe. This fictional story interweaves with the desperate struggle for Western Europe in the warm summer of 1940, albeit with a small number of changes. Designed to complement the author's Bloodied Wehrmacht series, new characters will join some of the existing younger soldiers in Britain's darkest hour.

Survive The Fall by Julia Bright

Title Survive the Fall
Author Julia Bright
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018-07-23
Category
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1723578185
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Can Kelsey honor her father and brother's memory by committing murder?Kelsey had no military training, no fighting experience, but she had a drive to even the score. Every day, the weight of her father and brother's deaths wear another notch in her soul. She won't last if she doesn't act soon.Flashbacks hit Adam hard, knocking him out of the Army, but he isn't done with revenge. The sexy siren who point blank asked for sex his first night in Wyoming now needs his help. He isn't sure how deep she is, but he knows something isn't on the level with her.Adam was only supposed to be one night of mindless sex to help her forget, but he's the man she'd taking overseas to protect her while she goes in to kill the one terrorist who wrecked her family.If you like Special Forces, you'll love Julia Bright's fast paced series.Buy Survive the Fall and get into the action and romance.

Birds Of Kenya S Rift Valley by Adam Scott Kennedy

Title Birds of Kenya s Rift Valley
Author Adam Scott Kennedy
Publisher Princeton University Press
Release Date 2014-05-04
Category Nature
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780691159072
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Kenya's Rift Valley includes four major national parks--Lake Nakuru, Lake Bogoria, Mount Longonot, and Hell's Gate--as well as many smaller areas that are outstanding for wildlife. Birds of Kenya's Rift Valley features the 320 bird species that are most likely to be encountered on safari in this world-famous region, which runs from Lake Baringo in the north to Lake Magadi in the south. Featuring over 500 stunning color photos, this beautiful guide breaks new ground with its eye-catching layout and easy-to-use format. The book follows a habitat-based approach and provides interesting information about the ecology and behaviors of each species. Birds of Kenya's Rift Valley avoids technical jargon in the species descriptions, which makes the guide easily accessible to anyone. With it, you will be identifying birds in no time. Stunning photos of 320 bird species Major plumage variations depicted Jargon-free text Helpful notes on what to look and listen for, behavior, and why some birds are so named

Vivia by Florence Wilford

Title Vivia
Author Florence Wilford
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1871
Category
Total Pages 173
ISBN HARVARD:HN46GU
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Poetical Remains by Lucretia Maria Davidson

Title Poetical Remains
Author Lucretia Maria Davidson
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1852
Category
Total Pages 248
ISBN NYPL:33433076031016
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Poetical Remains of the Late Lucretia Maria Davidson
Author Lucretia Maria Davidson
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1855
Category Poets, American
Total Pages 248
ISBN HARVARD:HXDIX2
Language English, Spanish, and French
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