Riders of the Western Trails by Louis L’Amour

Riders of the Western Trails by Louis L’Amour

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Four full-length novels by the king of western tales, Louis L’Amour, reprinted from his original magazine versions before his paperback publishers demanded changes.
Many L’Amour fans believe the original versions are tighter, with stronger impact and more authentic flavor. Includes “Showdown on the Hogback” 1950 in Giant Western, expanded as Showdown at Yellow Butte 1953; “The Rider of the Ruby Hills” September 1949 in West, expanded as Where the Long Grass Grows 1976 (filmed as Treasure of the Ruby Hills 1955); “Ride, You Tonto Raiders!”, (short story collection), various magazines; “Rider of Lost Creek,” April 1947 in West, expanded as A Man Called Trent.

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The Rise Of The Maccabees by Amit Arad

The Rise Of The Maccabees by Amit Arad

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When one falls
The other rises…

Jerusalem, 180 BCE. For 800 years the Zadokite priesthood has led the Jewish People. But the world is changing. Without, Rome is rising, crushing the other powers of the ancient world beneath it. Within, a power struggle inside the House of Zadok is a golden opportunity for interlopers, who seek to unseat them from the throne. The delicate balance which has allowed the Jewish Nation to survive in this age of Empires is threatened.
On the background of these tumultuous times, Judah, scion of a minor priestly lineage, comes of age in Judea. While experiencing love, friendship, and conflict he slowly transforms into the warrior and leader his people are waiting for.
This is the incredible story of Matityahu the Priest, Judah Maccabee and his brothers, and the Hellenizer Eupolemus. Together, they embark on a struggle for the survival of the Jewish people against the powerful Seleucid Empire.


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Let The Ghosts Speak by Bryan Davis

Let The Ghosts Speak by Bryan Davis

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Let the ghosts speak—but will the sane heed their counsel?
In 19th century Paris, Justin Trotter, an immigrant from England, is making his way as a book translator while paying for his blind twin sister’s care. One evening, Marc Noël, Justin’s well-to-do friend and fellow thespian, invites him to a masquerade party at an abandoned schoolhouse. Justin hopes this will be an opportunity to get to know Marc’s lovely though sharp-tongued sister, Francine.
At the event, Justin meets four ghostly strangers—two adults and two children—who warn him that the party guests are in danger, and they must leave at once. True to their prediction, a murder takes place, and Justin is the prime suspect. He escapes and becomes a fugitive, hiding in the Paris catacombs.
Mystery and intrigue swirl as the ghost of Joan of Arc and other martyrs guide Justin on a lonely journey to prove his innocence and protect his sister from an abusive caretaker. Who really committed the crime? Marc? Francine? A ghost? And does seeing these ghosts mean he is going insane? Maybe he really is the murderer after all.
There is only one way to find out, to let the ghosts speak as they reveal the mysteries within Justin’s mind.


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Watson On The Orent Express by Anna Elliot and Charles Veley

Watson On The Orent Express by Anna Elliot and Charles Veley

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A pernicious assassination plot. A devious decoy. And a transcontinental race against time to catch a killer . . . London, 1898.
Held captive by a diabolical criminal mastermind and his gang of thugs, Watson overhears an assassination plot that not only endangers the life of Sherlock Holmes, but threatens to ignite a war. Escaping, Watson finds himself on the Orient Express, bound for Constantinople, the site of the assassination. Holmes and Lucy soon follow, but they become targets in an ever-more-sinister plan. Will the three intrepid detectives stop the assassination? Or will their heroics be too little, too late? A thrilling and fast-paced take on a classic Sherlock who-done-it, complete with unexpected twists and turns, international intrigue, and historical events and settings. Faithful to the spirit of the beloved original series, with a new dynamic and new characters that will please die-hard fans and new readers alike.


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Aeronauts starring Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones

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In 1862, daredevil balloon pilot Amelia Wren (Felicity Jones) teams up with pioneering meteorologist James Glaisher (Eddie Redmayne) to advance human knowledge of the weather and fly higher than anyone in history.

Not particularly historically accurate, but an entertaining film, none-the-less. Watch it for the gorgeous cinematography and the entertaining story line.

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Sorrento Girl by Dawn Klinge

Sorrento Girl by Dawn Klinge

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It’s 1938, and Ann Brooks has big dreams of her new life as a Seattle College coed.
She’s left the old-fashioned ways of her small country town behind to pursue higher education and a teaching career. But not everyone is ready for change. Society still preaches that a woman’s place is in the home. Some refuse to see Ann as an equal deserving of an education — let alone a career — and Ann’s friends think school is simply a springboard to pursue a marriage of wealth and convenience. When Ann meets Paul, an aspiring journalist with strong ideas of his own, she learns an unexpected lesson in courage and discovers what it really means to live her dreams. Will Ann give up everything she thought she wanted for love? Or can she have it all?


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Harriet starring Cynthia Erivo, Leslie Odom Jr., & Janelle Monáe

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Harriet tells the thrilling and inspirational story of Harriet Tubman’s escape from slavery and transformation into one of America’s greatest heroes.

We here at 1531 Entertainment recently watched this movie. It was very enjoyable, but did have a couple of instances of brief strong language. A great inspirational message.

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North and South from BBC Starring Richard Armitage and Daniela Denby-Ashe

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Elizabeth Gaskell’s tale of love across the social divide is brought to life this powerful adaptation. When Margaret Hale exchanges her rural life for a northern mill town, she witnesses first hand the poverty of the working classes. She also meets John Thornton. Initially, Margaret despises him while he finds her wilful and proud, but they are increasingly drawn to each another.

Ignore the crazy quote from The Hollywood Reporter on the jacket, because there is absolutely no sex in this series. If you love Jane Austen-esque shows, you’ll LOVE this one!