The Books of James C. Patch

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This is the continuing story of James C. Patch and Jacob Masterson. The fi rst book, The Books of James C. Patch: The Barrier chronicled the adventures of Jacob Masterson as he...

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The Books of James C. Patch - Gary D. Henry
pdf | 315 KB | English | Isbn: 1450050069 | Author: Gary D. Henry | Release Date: 2010-04-28
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This is the continuing story of James C. Patch and Jacob Masterson. The fi rst book, The Books of James C. Patch: The Barrier chronicled the adventures of Jacob Masterson as he attempted to destroy the evil barrier that was preventing spirits from entering the Utopia on the other side. James C. Patch was an author living in the early 1900's when tragedy struck his family when he decided to write down what he found out about death and the afterlife. James C. Patch was a split-spirit. A spirit that could split from his body prior to death and was able to cross through the barrier and see through his spirit what was on the other side. While in his spirited state he noticed millions of spirits that were not able to penetrate the barrier. The majority of these spirits were children who had not had time to collect a lot of memories and those are the spirits that the barrier preyed upon. Jacob found out that memories were the key to the rapid penetration of the barrier and they were able to connect with loved ones that were already on the other side.
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#1 The Books of James C. Patch

The Books of James C. Patch Book Gary D. Henry
  • Author : Gary D. Henry
  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Release Date : 2010-04-28
  • Total Pages : 352
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (260)

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This is the continuing story of James C. Patch and Jacob Masterson. The fi rst book, The Books of James C. Patch: The Barrier chronicled the adventures of Jacob Masterson as he attempted to destroy the evil barrier that was preventing spirits from entering the Utopia on the other side. James C. Patch was an author living in the early 1900's when tragedy struck his family when he decided to write down what he found out about death and the afterlife. James C. Patch was a split-spirit. A spirit that could split from his body prior to death and was able to cross through the barrier and see through his spirit what was on the other side. While in his spirited state he noticed millions of spirits that were not able to penetrate the barrier. The majority of these spirits were children who had not had time to collect a lot of memories and those are the spirits that the barrier preyed upon. Jacob found out that memories were the key to the rapid penetration of the barrier and they were able to connect with loved ones that were already on the other side.

#2 The Abel Conspiracy

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  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Release Date : 2011-11-08
  • Total Pages : 433
  • Genre : Fiction
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Franklin Abel was simply the most intelligent human ever born. He invented machines that were not supposed to be invented for another five-hundred years. The trillion dollar ideas garnered attention from a greedy secret organization that was hell-bent on getting the journal that Franklin had hidden away. The organization set out to destroy Franklins world by systematically breaking down his will. His entire lifetime would be made up of deception and death would come to anyone who tries to interfere with the organizations greedy pursuits.

#3 Falling Waters

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  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Release Date : 2011-11-21
  • Total Pages : 413
  • Genre : Fiction
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Preston Rhodes was an extraordinary writer. However his actress wife, Carly, didnt want him to over-shadow her talents so she set out to squash every opportunity that came his way. His father died and left Preston an extraordinary gift. It was his memoirs and Preston immediately saw that the book was literary genius. He set out to write a script and it was immediately touted as the next Gone With the Wind. He set out to sell the movie around the country until an errant bullet to his head sent him to a magical town where all the old Hollywood actors dwelled long after their starlight had been extinguished. Falling Waters was the town where spirits thrived and he was sure it was real. He was accepted and spent a lifetime amid the old stars of Hollywood. He met and interacted with all the greats. When he came out of his coma he tried to convince everyone that the town existed but nothing he could do would convince his friends. That is until they understood that miracles do happen.

#4 Fun with the Family Upstate New York

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  • Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
  • Release Date : 2010-06-01
  • Total Pages : 256
  • Genre : Travel
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Written by a parent, for parents, this opinionated, personal, and easy-to-use guide has hundreds of ideas to keep the kids entertained for an hour, a day, or a weekend! Fun with the Family Upstate New York leads the way to amusement parks, historical attractions, children’s museums, wildlife habitats, festivals, parks, and many other exciting places to go. The whole family will enjoy . . . Flume zooming at the Catskills’ largest water park, fly-fishing on the Willowemoc, or hiking to Huckleberry Point Immersing themselves in the wonderful world of America’s pastime at the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum in Cooperstown Exploring Ithaca’s nationally acclaimed Sciencenter, or traveling through a huge heart and brain at the Rubenstein Museum in Syracuse Standing in awe before Taughannock Falls or Niagara Falls

#5 A Taste of Upstate New York

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  • Publisher : Syracuse University Press
  • Release Date : 2015-04-14
  • Total Pages : 276
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Upstate New York is the birthplace of many of America’s favorite foods. The chicken wing was born in a bar in Buffalo, the potato chip originated in the kitchen of a glitzy Saratoga Springs hotel, the salt potato got its start along the marshy shores of a Syracuse lake, and Thousand Island dressing was created in a hotel along the St. Lawrence Seaway. In this book, D’Imperio travels across the region to discover the stories and people behind forty iconic foods of Upstate New York. He introduces readers to the black dirt farmers of Orange County who give America its best-tasting onions, to the Catskill’s Candy Cane King, and to "Charlie the Butcher," purveyor of the best beef on weck in the state. Filled with color photographs, the book includes a map of the various regions around Upstate New York, allowing readers to create their own cultural and historic food tour.

#6 The Black Sea Of Roses: A Novel {The Antique Shop, Book 2}

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  • Release Date : 2021-04-30
  • Total Pages : 150
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The antique shop is a historical landmark discovered by Tom, Mark and Melinda in the small town of Greenville Valley in upstate New York tormented by demonic historical paintings, possessed porcelain dolls, and wicked ancient artifacts. The Whitfield's owned the antique shop in the early 1800's and lived in The Shadow Heart Castle Mansion estate which was built on desolate American civil war battle grounds located in upstate New York with dimensions of American civil war soldiers apparitions, their ownership of the antique shop lasted until the late 1950's and supernatural events continued to haunt the newly restored two story brick building. The old couple's bodies were never found, and the antique shop was abandoned for many years.

#7 Black Samurai

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  • Publisher : Open Road Media
  • Release Date : 2012-07-17
  • Total Pages : 168
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (324)

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When terrorists butcher his sensei, a samurai takes vengeance in blood On leave in Tokyo, American GI Robert Sand is shot trying to protect an old man from a quartet of drunk American soldiers. As Sand passes out, the old man springs on his tormenters, beating them senseless with frail, wrinkled fists. He is Master Konuma, keeper of the ancient secrets of the samurai, and Sand is about to become his newest pupil. Over the next seven years, the American learns martial arts, swordplay, and stealth, becoming not just the first black man to ever take the oath of the samurai, but the strongest fighter Konuma has ever trained. One night, two dozen terrorists ambush the dojo, slaughtering Konuma and his students as the first step in a terrifying assault on world peace. Though he cannot save his sensei, Sand escapes with his life and a gnawing hunger for vengeance. All he has is his sword, but his sword is all he needs.

#8 The Black Samurai Series Volume One

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  • Author : Marc Olden
  • Publisher : Open Road Media
  • Release Date : 2018-10-02
  • Total Pages : 1510
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (168)

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A sword-wielding martial arts master takes down legions of bad guys in a series that inspired the 1970s cult classic starring Jim Kelly from Enter the Dragon. On leave in Tokyo, American GI Robert Sand is shot trying to protect an old man from a gang of drunk soldiers. Before Sand passes out, he sees the old man spring on his tormenters, beating them senseless with his bare fists. He is Master Konuma, keeper of the ancient secrets of the samurai, and Sand is about to become his newest pupil. Over the next seven years, the American learns martial arts, swordplay, and stealth, becoming not just the first black man to ever take the oath of the samurai, but the strongest fighter Konuma has ever trained. Here are the first four action-packed adventures in the series from an author who “writes with the quick, slashing motions of a karate chop” (Gerald A. Browne, New York Times–bestselling author). Black Samurai: When terrorists ambush the dojo and butcher his sensei, samurai Robert Sand takes vengeance in blood. The Golden Kill: Alone and outgunned, Sand races against the clock to stop a power-mad millionaire from pulling off the largest gold heist in history. Killer Warrior: Sand must prevent an arms dealer from selling a black-market atomic bomb to a vengeance-crazed Japanese man who plans to level New York City. The Deadly Pearl: To rescue the daughter of a secret service agent, Sand goes after a vile pimp trafficking in white slavery.

#9 Singer Castle Revisited

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  • Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
  • Release Date : 2010-05-31
  • Total Pages : 128
  • Genre : Architecture
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Singer Castle Revisited is a fresh look at this castle’s rich 100-year history with many new stories and photographs of its original owner, Frederick G. Bourne; his daughter Marjorie, who owned the castle for the next 40 years; and Dr. Harold and Eloise Martin. The Bournes were well known for their marvelous collection of yachts and Gold Cup–winning speedboats. Since the release of Singer Castle, the new owners of this historical Thousand Islands landmark have invested nearly $10 million into restoring it to its original condition. In addition, gracious relatives of the former owners’ families have shared their private collections of previously unpublished pictures dating from as far back as the castle’s construction.