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“His skin was strange.” “She had total black eyes.” “You could almost taste the menace.” “The impulse to burn the book is mighty interesting.”  Nick Redfern reveals the very latest information on the sinister “Men in Black”, the chilling “Women in Black”, and the creepy “Black-Eyed Children”. Highlights include: dozens of never-before-heard stories of encounters
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Eight years ago, James’ friend Emory disappeared, leaving behind his memoirs and the promise of a hidden cache of $3 million. James published the memoir and became a famous professor. But his obsession with Emory’s disappearance destroyed his personal life. He never went to find the money. Years later, James’ former student, Melanie, knocks on
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“An exceptional story of the future that quietly sounds an alarm about extremities of human behavior.” (Kirkus Reviews) In 2087, coastal flooding and extreme changes in the weather have turned the United States into a nation of migrants and tent-cities. In this environment, three family groups struggle with their plights and their dreams for the
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Set in the far future, Ration is an unflinching take on the ways society can both thrive and go wrong as pressure to survive builds.  All the girls who live in the Apartments are forced to weigh their own hunger against the lives of the others living in the building. When Cynthia is wrongly accused of ordering
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Eleven-year-old Joyce and her little sister hide in their bomb shelter during the German Blitz on London, during World War II. After nights of bombing, it’s decided that they’ll join the over 800,000 children who’ve already been evacuated during Operation Pied Piper. They board a train not knowing where they’re going or who will take
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