By Lambert D. Folsom
Sudoku Puzzle Book with 200 Challenges from Easy to Hard (75 Easy, 75 Medium and 50 Hard Puzzles with Solutions)
Are you also addicted to solving Sudoku puzzles? The “Captain Sudoku Puzzle Pleaser 1” book contains 200 Sudoku challenges to feed your addiction; and if you are not addicted yet, here is your chance to start on the easy puzzles and see what the fuss is all about!
By Martyn Demas
101 Clean and Witty Knock-Knock Jokes for Your Amusement
Martyn Demas has always enjoyed knock-knock jokes and over time kept a notebook where he wrote down some of his own ideas for these kinds of jokes. This is a compilation of 101 of the best that he could come up with so far. According to Martyn, he hopes that these jokes would give you just as much enjoyment as he had in thinking them out.
By E. Kruger
Most of us dream of making it big someday. Unfortunately for many of those who do happen to attain celebrity status, fame comes at a price. Brigand Haze, singer, emotional wreck and all-round lost girl learns this the hard way when she accidentally discovers that she has a singing talent worth sharing. But her troubled past and unsteady frame of mind soon comes into serious conflict with the pressures of life in the spotlight, also straining her relationship with the charming Rip, a fellow singer. Can she fight off her inner demons without driving away her friends in the process? Or will she surrender to the darkness that lurks in the deepest, most unexplored corners of her mind?
Haze is a short fiction novella that can best be labeled as women’s contemporary fiction, telling the story of a lost soul who became a singer by accident. Her troubled past never ceases to haunt her, and the enormous demands of a life in the limelight causes her to have a somewhat cynical outlook on life, narrated through her own interesting brand of quirky humor, which even sprouts some self-destructing tendencies. But it is also the story of her friends who support her throughout and a love that she feels she might not be deserving of.
By H. G. Wells
After being shipwrecked somewhere in the Pacific Ocean, Edward Prendick finds himself stranded on a strange and deceivingly breathtaking South Seas island where two other people live, a doctor Moreau and his assistant. Soon Pendrick discovers the evil and sadistic doctor has been experimenting on the animal inhabitants of the island, creating bizarre proto-humans. Will Pendrick become Moreau’s next test subject?
By William Hope Hodgson
Carnacki, The Ghost Finder contains six short stories featuring the skeptical, pompous, obnoxious and opinionated Thomas Carnacki, who is a paranormal detective bent on uncovering hoaxes of bogus hauntings and ghosts. But sometimes even the great Carnacki has to deal with truly horrific things that cannot be explained by reason…
The following classic horror short stories are included in the book:
By Rafael Sabatini
A Romance of the French Revolution
Set against the backdrop of the French Revolution, Scaramouche starts off when Andre-Louis Moreau vows revenge after his best friend was killed in a mockery of a duel by an arrogant nobleman, Marquis de la Tour d’Azyr.
By J. H. Jowett
A Prayer for Every Day of the Year
Yet Another Day incorporates a short prayer for each day of the year to guide and fulfil your prayer life. These prayers directly penetrate your heart’s deepest recesses and open your eyes for the all-encompassing love of Jesus Christ by teaching you to listen and to be quiet in God.
By Rosalind Goforth
The Personal Testimony of One Life-Time
How I Know God Answers Prayer is a moving book, a source of encouragement to Christians, and a demonstration to the unbelieving world of the reality of God.
By Anna Sewell
One of the finest stories ever written, Black Beauty is an exciting and moving classic children’s narrative about a horse’s life and adventures from the horse’s point of view.
It tells the story of how he spent his youth, his unforgettable friends, and how he endured cruelty through the hands of different owners, but eventually ending in a more comforting way.
By Sun Tzu
Whether on the battlefield or in the boardroom, The Art of War is used to gain advantage over opponents.
This classic book on military strategy was already written twenty-five hundred years ago by Sun Tzu, but his teachings have been adapted in our modern era to be used successfully in warfare, business, politics and everyday life.