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The Perfect Kill
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The Perfect Kill

By A. J. Quinnell

Three days before Christmas in 1988, a bomb blew Pan Am 103 out of the sky over the small Scottish town of Lockerbie, killing all passengers and crew. The wife and four-year-old daughter of Creasy were amongst the passengers. Seeking his personal vengeance, Creasy finds the backup of power- a US Senator, whose wife also died on Pan Am 103; and of youth- an eighteen-year-old orphan called Michael.

$10.00

Temperance Vale: The people and times of a New Brunswick Settlement
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Temperance Vale: The people and times of a New Brunswick Settlement

By Peoples of Temperance Vale

A settlement had a very special place in the making of New Brunswick. The people of settlements became pioneers in the true sense of ;the word, and the communities, they created drew a special sense of identity from the wooded hills and rives that surrounded them...Temperance Vale: the People and times of a New Brunswick Settlement is the story of the evolution of a community from its early origins to the present.

$30.00

The Lost Salt gift of blood
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The Lost Salt gift of blood

By Alistair MacLeod

The stories in the Lost Salt Gift of Blood are remarkably simple- a family is drawn together by shared and separate losses, a child's reality conflicts with his parents memories, a young man struggles to come to terms with the loss of his father....

$12.00

A History of the Stewart United Church, Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia, 1893-1993
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A History of the Stewart United Church, Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia, 1893-1993

By Wilma Ferguson; Sandra Gillis; Mary MacDougall

A History of the Stewart United church, Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia, 1893-1993.

$20.00

The Story of St. Columba Parish; Iona, Cape Breton
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The Story of St. Columba Parish; Iona, Cape Breton

By Roddie C. MacNeil; Brian McCormack; Bruce MacNeil; Maxi MacNeil; Vince MacLean

The history of this area in intertwined with Saint Columba parish and its priests. When the parish of Saint Columba was established in 1873, Bishop Colin McKinnon suggested that the settlement be called "Iona" because it reminded him of St. Columba's Island of Iona in Scotland...

$20.00

Lebanese
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Lebanese

By Dr. Joseph g. Jabbra; Dr. Nancy W. Jabbra

The peoples of the Maritimes comprise in excess of seventy distinct and identifiable ethnic-cultural groups. This book gives you infomation on Lebanese. Many families live in Sydney and North Sydney NS. One is credited with inventing the card game called Tarabish..,

$18.00

The Well-watered Garden: the Presbyterian church in Cape Breton, 17898-1860
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The Well-watered Garden: the Presbyterian church in Cape Breton, 17898-1860

By Laurie Stanley

There are nine chapters in this book including: A New Kind of Parishioner; Give a Scotsman a Bible and a Horn Spoon; The Society; The Association; The Church Extension Plan; the virtuous Education; the Fruits of the Faith; The Doughty Devine; Conclusion, Condensed view of the Past and Present conditions of the Highland Settlers in the Island of Cape Breton. A very interesting book on the church in Cape Breton....A little worn cover.

$20.00

Asylum: a history of the Cape Breton Hospital, 1906-1995
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Asylum: a history of the Cape Breton Hospital, 1906-1995

By Terry MacLean

The published date of 1995 may not be accurate as no date can be seen. Collectible condition. The institutional history of the Cape Breton Hospital;al is based partly on earlier research conducted by a research assistant for the Cape Breton Hospital Charitable Foundation. In 1992 the Beaton Institute of the University College of Cape Breton ws asked to consolidate earlier reports and research files to conduct a more general inquiry into the origins and development of mental health care in Cape Breton prior to the closing of the Cape Breton Hospital....

$22.00

Murder at McDonald\'s: The Killers Next Door
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Murder at McDonald's: The Killers Next Door

By Phonse Jessome

a gently read book in collectible condition. Scarce in any condition. They seemed ordinary enough: three young men from Sydney, Nova Scotia. they went to school, made friends, had some fun....they hung out in bars and pool halls. Then on May 7, 1992, they walked into McDonald's restaurant in Sydney River, planning to rob the place...however brutally murdered three McDonald's employees and left a fourth for dead.....

$40.00

Murder at McDonald\'s: The Killers Next Door
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Murder at McDonald's: The Killers Next Door

By Phonse Jessome

North Sydney , Sydney all Cape Breton were shocked at the robbery and murder at the Sydney River Nova Scotia McDonald's Restaurant. Families never recover from such brutal killings. Three young men from Sydney and area carried out the murders. Book in very good plus condition with no marks. Square book, with white glossy pages.

$25.00

Buddy MacMaster: the Judique Fiddler
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Buddy MacMaster: the Judique Fiddler

By Sheldon MacInnes

New Book! Buddy MacMaster, the renowned Cape Breton fiddler, grew up in Judique, Inverness County, and was influenced by some of the giants in the music at that time like Bill Lamey, "Little" Jack MacDonald, angus Chisholm and Mary MacDonald...

$18.00

Loch Bras D\'Or
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Loch Bras D'Or

By Margaret MacPhail

this is an authentic picture of pioneer life in Cape Breton about a hundred years ago- a scene in the family chronicles of the John MacNabs. the book is too delightful to be called a social document; but here, without sentimentality, is the story of the labours and joys and pains of this highland people....

$8.00

Trapper Boy
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Trapper Boy

By Hugh R. MacDonald

Set in 1920s coal-mining town, Trapper B0y is the story of 13-year old JW Donaldson, a good student with a bright future. As school ended for the year in 1926. JW was looking forward to summer, sure, he would have chores- feeding the horse and milk the goat, tending the garden, that kind of thing- but he would also have lots of time for fishing, building his cabin and reading- lots of reading. but there is something worrying his parents .....

$8.00

United protestant church of Sydney river: the first fifty years
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United protestant church of Sydney river: the first fifty years

By A. Iver Gillis

The first fifty years- 1951-2001. About 19 chapters make up the contents of this historical book. Included: The Valley, its people, their religion; Idea of a Protestant community is born; an idea is turned into a reality; Presbytery gives advice, Minsterial guidance required; organizing begins; the pioneers are challenged; now we must build a church...etc

$20.00

Extreme Zone: Deadly Secrets
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Extreme Zone: Deadly Secrets

By M. C. Sumner

i thought my nightmares were bad, but they were nothing compared to the psychic flashes I've been having- while I'm awake! previous owners initials on inside page.

$7.00

Ivan Hicks: fifty years of fabulous Fiddle Music
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Ivan Hicks: fifty years of fabulous Fiddle Music

By Allison Mitcham

Ivan Hicks of Riverview, New Brunswick, is the embodiment of the old time fiddle music tradition, and this book is a tribute to his first 50 years, from 6 to 56. Born the only child of a musical family, Ivan developed a passion for the fiddle and at age 7, he played his first dance with his father Curtis, at a local hall...

$18.00

Letters Home: Maritimers and The Great War.1914-1918
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Letters Home: Maritimers and The Great War.1914-1918

By Ross Hebb

No corner of Canada, no matter how remote or insignificant, remained unaffected by the First World War (1914-1918). the three maritime provinces were no exception. Sons, brothers and fathers left small villages and towns like Ecum Secum, Nova Scotia, Tryon, PEI, and Petitcodiac, NB, to fight in the army, become sailors in the navy, or do battle in recently invented airplanes. Many did not return...find personal letters of more than twenty Maritime soldiers...

$18.00

The Black angels: the story of the Waffen-SS
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The Black angels: the story of the Waffen-SS

By Rupert Butler

In Nazi Germany the SS was an instrument of terror and repression, whose function was to ensure the leadership and permanence of Adolf Hitler and his National Socialist Party...

$8.00

the Guinea pig club
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the Guinea pig club

By Edward Bishop

Here is the astonishing story of the mend who were the patients of Sir Archibald MCIndow, the surgeon who operated on pilots who came out of burning fighters and bombers during the war to escape with their lives but little low their faces or their limbs...

$8.00

Court Martial: Survivor of nam #4

By Donald E. Zlotnik

Death comes home, with good training, luck, and raw courage you could survive the killing zones-but nobody can take away the scars, or prepare you for " the World" Spencer barnett had lived through a hellish NVA torture chamber despite the active collaboration of white-hater Mohammed james...

$8.00

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