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When Krešimir Kraljevi?, a Croatian Roman Catholic priest, who has been leading a double life at Zagreb Cathedral in Yugoslavia for the past twelve years takes a routine confession one afternoon in November 1940, it triggers a suppressed desire to avenge his father’s murder and to consummate a forbidden love,… Read More
This a compilation of all my notes on Russian History 1881-1954. The notes are split into sections. Quotes are shown in bold italics with speech marks. Now Completed. Read More

Book / Memoir

February 28, 2015

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A panorama of an entire generation is found in Gil humorist memoirs A Walk Back Home. Award winning artist Gil Garcia set his paintbrush aside five years ago to write of his childhood. He paints a humorous picture of life as it was growing up in the 1940s and early… Read More
This is about gangsters and cops in the 1940's. A must read. Read More

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A short story written by Tom Flanagan, published in Brenka Magazine in 1947. The plot follows Mr. Smith who wins the football pools, much to the delight of his wife. She changes his world and suddenly he becomes distant and absent, resuming his old habits and comforts at another address. Read More
Uranium terror dropped on silent beaches. Life blackened to debris and sickness. This is a tribute to those who fell victim to the chaos. Read More
This was something I wrote for school, my own way of telling of the terrible bombing that happened to one of the safest countries in the world, Japan. Read More
Joanne Rosenberg wasn't the first victim and wouldn't be the last for The Cut-Throat Killer. Frederick 'Freddy' James has just landed a promotion has homicide detective in 1945. Joanne being his first case. The scene is gruesome which turns Freddy the wrong way, but Freddy quickly becomes obsessed, promising the… Read More
A detective in 1940s Los Angeles trailing an abnormal murderess Read More

Reads: 465

Comments: 15

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Bonnie Miller and Jack Walters were meant to be together from the beginning. From the moment they laid eyes on one another in the local second hand book shop. But when faced with many obstacles, their love for one another is put to the test and having to fight for… Read More
It's 1941 in Poland, and nine-year-old Bryda Adamowicz is living a beautiful life in her little village... until Nazi officers show up and change her life forever. This is the untold story of the terror-ridden world outside the concentration camps, and the unique tragedy Bryda's village alone had to face. Read More

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in a flashback to 1945, Maxwell Donahue serves in World War II, Calvin Zimmerman and Nicholas Donahue solve murders in Hansbay and Connor Lautenberg and his family move from Europe to find a better life in America Read More

Book / Thrillers

October 23, 2012

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Coby Shanks appears to be an average American but deep down there is a bloody secret that very few know of, and the rest soon die shortly after finding out. A man of heartless devotion to a cold line of work with only one weakness... A showgirl of deadly beauty… Read More

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When her older brothers ar drafted into the war, pea uses what she know and she registers to be a army nurse. When she meets up with an old flame she has more than just her brothers to worry about. Read More

Book / Thrillers

June 30, 2012

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Joe 'Joker' Maloni is his name, to lead a life of crime is his aim. Not his game yet, still needs to figure a way to get into the big leagues, wants to run with the likes of Al Capone. Yeah, sure, when he does that, a flock of pigs'll… Read More
Mika believed her mother the night before the Nazi's came.That night,so much had changed.Pretty much her whole life had changed,her friends,her neighbor,and the Nazi's had gotten more of a triumphant feeling. I didn't expect my entire life to change in 15 minutes. Read More

Tags: war, nazis, 94

Reads: 209

Comments: 2

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A short story from a Jewish child during the 1940s in the concentration camp Auschwitz, Poland. Read More

Reads: 206

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A man struggles for life and realises all the good thing within it. Read More
13 Canrobbert street is a house in Bethnal Green, East London inhabited by Kate and Eliot Kelly, and used as a stop over, safe house, and sometimes just somewhere to drink the night away by their friends. This novel will follow 6 people, over ten days, who find them selves… Read More

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just written to see what you think of my first murder mytry piece, thank you and enjoy. Read More

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The plea of a young boy in 1940 London, as his world falls apart around him, him just a lonely survivor of one of life's terrors. Read More

Reads: 173

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A military fiction about WW2.Germany wins the war in 1945. Read More

Tags: military, wwii, 94

A short story of a girl who's time is limited, where there will never be luck for her. Read More

Tags: love, war, 94

Book / Romance

June 21, 2011

Reads: 405

Comments: 24

Shelves: 1

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~“To the world you may be just one person, but to one person you may be the world.”~ In the summer of 1940 Winnies parents moved her from the big city to some small town on the coast on North Carolina. While getting to know her new home for the… Read More
A night in Vienna during World War II that a young Dutch couple will never forget. Read More
A look at what my life had been, had I been born to rural farmers during the Dust Bowl. Read More

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Comments: 2

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I had to write a poem for my Holocaust project we did for out 8th grade project. We built a whole Holocaust museum. They said my poem was way to sad to be read, but I think it's a great way to remember the Holocaust. Yes, it might have been… Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 01, 2010

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Comments: 1

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ANNY HOROWITZ GHOSTLY OUT SIDE IN THE SNOW. Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 18, 2010

Reads: 92

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ANNY HOROWITZ ON A CROWDED BUS. Read More
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