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World Serial Killers by Country (2 Book Series)
From Book 1: Leaders of the USSR described their environment as a "Socialist Paradise," claiming that it was entirely free of "decadent Western crimes" such as racketeering and serial murder.

Sadly, they were wrong. Dead wrong.

In fact, the Soviet Union had yet to be born on paper when its first known serial killer surfaced. He was Vasili Ivanovich Komaroff, dubbed "The Wolf of Moscow," a horse trader who, with wife Sophia, killed at least 33 victims between 1921 and 1923. The couple's efficient modus operandi involved luring male customers to their stable where Vasili plied them with vodka, slit their throats or bludgeoned them with hammers, robbed their corpses, and placed their bodies in trash bags for burial or dumping into the Moscow River.

Serial murder occurred in Russia's "Socialist Paradise” like it did everywhere else in the world and it continues unabated to the present day.

Iron Curtain Killers presents 26 cases of Russian serial killing, recorded from the 1960s into the 21st century. Law enforcement may no longer deny that such crimes occur in Russia, but as we shall see, sadly they fall short of solving many serial murder cases.

Michael Newton is author of the International Bestseller, The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers (Facts on File Crime Library) and over 300 more books (True Crime and Western Novels)
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South African Criminal Tradition (3 Book Series)
From Book 1: An extensive research by Oleg Maltsev is gonna blow your mind!!
The new book will show the thruth and tricks of the most dangerous and fatal criminal system. Black death - world without rules, ethics and morals
Trick or treat ? —---— Are you kidding?? —---— BOTH.!!

2. We are presenting to your attention the first pages of the "Black Death" book by Oleg Maltsev
If you enjoy to know what the most dangerous and unexpected criminal system looks like, are there any chances to survive, who are they, what they use, how do they do that, if you are not scared of risk, if you are prepared to hear unpleasant things - you have a great project ahead of you.
Its definitely gonna be an exciting journey. Welcome aboard

3. The new book about South African criminal knife tradition by scientist Oleg Maltsev. For the first time each of you can know about it!
"For many of them life in the gang its kinda a family tradition, when parents and grandparents are often the members of the same gang.
- My father and grandfather were in gangs, and they have served time in jail - I'll probably end up the same way. Its a way of life over here. It what can give you respect and status!"
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Ancient Egypt (6 Book Series)
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Are you fascinated by Cleopatra? Have you ever wondered what her life looked like and how she became the last pharaoh? Maybe you just want to learn more about ancient Egypt?

It’s time to learn the secrets how she became the most influential woman of HER WORLD. Be inspired and start living your dream!

The Egypt of Cleopatra is her biography to becoming the most powerful woman that has ever existed in Egyptian history. Based on REAL events. I’ve studied and researched ancient Egypt for years, and deeply understand their history and culture.

The Egypt of Cleopatra is NOT a fictional story full of incorrect information presented in a confusing and disorganized way.

If that’s what you’re looking for, The Egypt of Cleopatra isn’t for you. The biography I present is about correct and organized information and telling her story from beginning to the end.

You will learn the true story of Cleopatra.

The last Pharaoh of Egypt, was a very educated, crafty, ambitious AND clever woman. Her intellect and charisma – far greater than her beauty and sexuality - allowed her to keep the power for nearly twenty years by fighting against – and allying with - the greatest power at the time, Rome.

What will you learn about the Egypt of Cleopatra?

  • Background information of the short reign of Alexander the Great that forged the Egypt of Cleopatra.
  • The rise and decline of Cleopatra’s powerful Ptolemaic dynasty after the death of Alexander.
  • The settlement of Alexandria, the birth and home city of Cleopatra.
  • The love-hate relationship between Rome and Egypt, and their wealth.
  • In-depth background stories of Cleopatra’s childhood.
  • How Cleopatra seduced the most powerful leaders of Rome and their legends.
  • The fall of Egypt and how history was changed forever.

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  • Who was Cleopatra?
  • How did Cleopatra die and why?
  • What is the Ptolemaic dynasty?
  • How many children did Cleopatra have?
  • Was Cleopatra pure Egyptian?
  • What happened to Egypt after Cleopatra died?

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The Mill of Egypt (2 Book Series)
From Book 1: - The first volume of the book series 'The Mill of Egypt'.
- This thesis decodes the mysterious ancient site of the Giza Plateau and explains the application for which the great pyramidal structures were used in ancient Egypt.
- It is a theoretical analysis that uses means of Engineering.
- It sheds light on 'Zep Tepi' being a reference to the terrestrial mechanics.
- It also explains how the constant of PI comes from temporal (rather than - spatial) origins.
- It recounts a narrative that has never been introduced by any other author before.
- It stands on rigid grounds and were built on foundations that existed decades long before its own genesis.
- Its main theme is interwoven using easy-to-grasp numerical revelations; the thesis is, however, concise and straightforward.
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The Anglo-Zulu War (2 Book Series)
From Book 1: It is December 1878, and war looms on the horizon in South Africa. British High Commissioner Sir Henry Bartle-Frere seeks to dismantle the powerful neighbouring kingdom of the Zulus and uses an incursion along the disputed border as his justification for war. He issues an impossible ultimatum to the Zulu king, Cetshwayo, demanding he disband his armies and pay massive reparations. With a heavy heart, the king prepares his nation for war against their former allies.

Leading the invasion is Lieutenant General Sir Frederic Thesiger, Baron Chelmsford, a highly experienced officer fresh off a decisive triumph over the neighbouring Xhosa tribes. He and Frere are convinced that a quick victory over the Zulus will negate any repercussions from the home government for launching what is, in essence, an illegal war.

Recently arrived to South Africa are newly-recruited Privates Arthur Wilkinson and Richard Lowe; members of C Company, 1/24th Regiment of Foot under the venerable Captain Reginald Younghusband. Eager for adventure, they are prepared to do their duty both for the Empire and for their friends. As Frere’s ultimatum expires, the army of British redcoats and allied African auxiliaries crosses the uMzinyathi River at Rorke’s Drift into Zululand. Ten days later, the British and Zulus will meet their destiny at the base of a mountain called Isandlwana.
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Slave Narrative Six Pack Boxset (7 Book Series)
From Book 1: The slave narrative is a literary sub-genre that emerged from the written accounts of enslaved Africans in Great Britain and its colonies, including the later United States, Canada, and Caribbean nations. Some of the earliest memoirs of captivity known in England and the British Isles were written by white Europeans and later Americans captured and sometimes enslaved in North Africa, usually by Barbary pirates. These were part of a broad category of "captivity narratives" by English-speaking Europeans.

For the Europeans and Americans, the division between captivity as slaves and as prisoners of war was not always clear. A broader name for these works is "captivity literature."

Slave Narrative Six Pack presents six of the most famous examples of the genre:

Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe
Twelve Years a Slave by Solomon Northup
Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation in 1838-1839 by Frances Anne Kemble
The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, Or Gustavus Vassa, The African by Olaudah Equiano
The Life of William H. Furness by William Still
Captain Canot; or, Twenty years of an African slaver: being an account of his career and adventures on the coast, in the interior, on shipboard, and in the West Indies by Brantz Mayer

Includes image gallery and link to free audio recording of Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
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Mean Streets Police Books (3 Book Series)
From Book 1: The Mean Streets Book Series are a warning. It will show you what happens when unscrupulous politicians gain control of a highly-disciplined national Police Force and there is no “Bill of Human Rights” to stop them from implementing the country’s laws. No matter how unfair the laws may be or no matter what opposition is faced, these police officers will not turn a blind eye or walk away. Walking away is not what they do, they will react in kind every time and violently if needs be. The men were feared with good reason, they were brutally effective and true to their traditions, yet they also showed kindness and saved life, unrecognized at times. The various Mean Streets Books were read by many, criticized by some and loved by a lot more. They deal with the service years of the author in the South African Police Force between 1985 - 1991, the last few years before Mr. Nelson Mandela is released and just after. The South African Police Force had almost nothing in common with a Sheriff's Department or the “Bobby on the Beat” – think Marines with police powers and you are closer to the truth. The highly-trained policemen were fighting terrorists as mechanized infantry besides being policemen, dealing with “normal” crime in between. The statistics show that 90% of all terrorists were killed by the South African Police Force, not the Army, 98% of all terrorists inside South Africa died by police bullets. The Police also had more, a decade more, experience in counter insurgency, learning their trade during the Rhodesian Bush War. Their daily duties involved dealing with vicious and brutal crime, counter terrorism, counter insurgency and full scale riots, depending where they were. This, the first book in the Series, is an honest and unconventional account of the author's basic training and other events at the South African Police College in Pretoria. It is not a mere police biography but a much deeper look on how an honorable police force became an “instrument of terror,” mostly because of politics way above the policemen’s pay grade. Some will be upset by the contents but there are many humorous anecdotes as well. A fascinating account that needs to be read.
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Secrets from the Archives (9 Book Series)
From Book 1: A chance encounter. A simple letter. A risky decision. Together they add up to one of history's most thrilling turning points. When an innocent man is accused of treason and exiled to Devil's Island, his accusers expect him to die and take their secret with him. But then a man discovers a forgotten letter and realizes the truth. Now he faces an agonizing decision: ignore the evidence buried in his files or risk his own future by exonerating the most hated man in France.

Each short story in the “Secrets from the Archives” series reveals the true life adventures of intriguing historical documents. Explore a world of spies and secret chambers, startling discoveries and centuries-old mysteries. Discover the secrets from the archives.
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Ages in Chaos (3 Book Series)
From Book 1: This is the first volume of the series Ages in Chaos, in which Immanuel Velikovsky undertakes a reconstruction of the history of antiquity.
With utmost precision and the exciting style of a presentation that’s typical for him he shows, beyond doubt, what nobody would consider possible: in the conventional history of Egypt – and therefore also of many neighboring cultures – a span of 600 years is described, which has never happened! This assertion is as unbelievable and outrageous as the assertions in Worlds in Collision or Earth in Upheaval. But Velikovsky takes us on a detailed and highly interesting journey through the – corrected – history and makes us a witness to how many question marks disappear, doubts vanish and corresponding facts from the entire Near East furnish a picture of overall conformity and correctness. In the end you do not only wonder how conventional historiography has come into existence, but why it is still taught and published.
Just as Velikovsky became the father of “neo-catastrophism” by Worlds in Collision, he became the father of “new chronology” by Ages in Chaos.
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World War 2 Soldier Stories (11 Book Series)
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Read the Stories of Heroic Soldiers of World War II

Military men and women are brave people that risk their lives for the good of their country. However, there are always a few that seem to go above and beyond the call of duty, and their actions live on in history for generations to come. This was the case with WWII. Pick up your copy of this book today and learn about the deeds of brave men from both sides of the war.

Here's a Preview of What You Will Learn

* Joseph Beryle

* Yakov Pavlov

* David Vivian Currie

* Bhanbhagta Gurung

* Events such as the Battle of Stalingrad and D-Day


Comments From Other Readers

“Reading stories such as these are a reminder of how truly awesome the men and women that serve in the military are, no matter the country. I was amazed at the bravery and endurance of the men listed in these pages. If I were to have one complaint, it would be that there weren’t more stories. Perhaps a second volume is in order…” – Joe B. (Bryson City, USA)

“I read this book around the time that the D-Day anniversary took place, and it felt like an especially poignant tribute to pay respect to the brave deeds that were committed during that time period. The author has compiled a fine collection of stories, and I know that there are more with which he can work in the future.” – Lois H. (Lynchburg, USA)

“These were definitely bigger men than I to have been able to do these things. I am continually amazed at the type of person that can serve their fellow men with military service, and especially when they carry out actions like the ones told of in this book.” – William D. (London, UK)

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