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The Westford Knight
A Selective Bibliography
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The Westford Knight is a life-size carving of a knight in armor found in Westford, Massachusetts. Some believe it is an effigy of a 14th-century knight and as such, evidence of an early European visit to the New World by Scottish nobleman Henry Sinclair.
This is a curated bibliography of material representing the history of the carving's interpretations from 1874 to present.
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All The Dead Men
Publisher: Twisted Publishing
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The plot was broken, but something more sinister has taken its place: a vampire church built around the image of a woman who seems strangely familiar to Alexander.
These zealots are hellbent on restoring what they believe the status quo to be, one of vampire over human, and Alexander wants nothing to do with it. Until a child--one he'd rescued decades ago, now an adult--turns up in a pornographic video made by a film crew that has been slaughtered. His adopted daughter, the vampire Ana, seems to be missing.
At wit's end, Alexander has few allies. With Majispin in hiding, the pack decimated, and only a few willing to both hate and help him, Alexander must confront The Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Death and deal with the unexpected threat of Ana's grandsire, an old and powerful vampire who has consumed his own soul.
The monster wants nothing more than to possess the only love Alexander has left in the world.
~ This is book 2 in the Alexander Smith series ~
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A Charity Anthology of Military Horror
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A charity anthology for James A. Moore’s medical costs and ongoing costs of living.
James A. Moore is the award-winning author of over twenty novels, thrillers, dark fantasy, and horror alike.
There are 120,000 words, with four original stories and eight best-of-SNAFU reprints.
Some of the most important military missions have been medical evacuations – medivacs.
Soldiers don’t often fight for themselves. They fight for the guy next to them, their brother, their friend, their family.
And they fight hard.
In 2019, Cohesion author and friend… hell, more family, really… Jim Moore was suddenly in the struggle of his life. He overcame the Big C, but his fight is ongoing. A fight to pay for all the treatments in a country that has no free public health system, and a fight to claw his way back from the ravages of the very treatment that saved his life.
His fight is our fight, and if we don’t fight for our friends, is there anything really worth living for?
All income from SNAFU: Medivac goes to Jim to help pay his bills and keep his household functional.
Once this is no longer necessary, the income will transfer to cancer research or treatment charity.
Visit James A. Moore on his site
and check out his works