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Philadelphia Experiment and Other Ufo Conspiracies

by  Brad Steiger, Alfred Bielek, Sherry Hanson Steiger
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771 philadelphia experimentIn 1943 the Navy accomplished the teleportation of a warship from Phila to Norfolk by successfully applying Einstein's Unified Field Theory. The experiment also caused the crew and officers of the ship to become invisible during which time they were sent to a time space warm. One survivor tells his amazing experience. Alfred Bielek has appeared along with the author on the Art Bell show many times.

Montesquieu: The Spirit of the Laws

by  Charles de Montesquieu
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838 spirit lawsThe Spirit of the Laws is without question one of the central texts in the history of eighteenth-century thought, yet there has been no complete scholarly English language edition since 1750. This lucid translation renders Montesquieu's problematic text newly accessible to a fresh generation of students, helping them to understand why Montesquieu was such an important figure in the early enlightenment and why The Spirit of the Laws was such an influence on those who framed the American Constitution.

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The president, unsatisfied with the success of his "war on drugs," decides that he wants some immediate success. But after John Clark's covert strike team is deployed to Colombia for Operation Showboat, the drug lords strike back taking several civilian casualties. The chief executive's polls plummet. He orders Ritter to terminate their unofficial plan and leave no traces.

The Gemini Contenders

by  Robert Ludlum
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806 geminiDead of night. Salonika, Greece, December 1939. A clandestine order of monks embarks on a desperate mission: to transport a mysterious vault to a hiding place high in the Italian Alps. Its sinister contents, concealed fro centuries, could rip apart the Christian world. Now, as the Nazi threat marches inexorably closer, good men and evil will be drawn into a violent and deadly hunt, sparking a relentless struggle that could forever change the world as we know it.

On War

by  Carl von Clausewitz
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866 on warOn War is the most significant attempt in Western history to understand war, both in its internal dynamics and as an instrument of policy. Since the work's first appearance in 1832, it has been read throughout the world, and has stimulated generations of soldiers, statesmen, and intellectuals.

Red Army

by  Ralph Peters
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704 red armyThe story of WWIII between NATO and the Warsaw Pact. Unlike Clancy's techno-based account in Red Storm Rising, Peters delivers a story based on humans and their presence in the battlefield, as bloody, frustrating and confusing it can get. Most of the western writers who dealt with the Red Army described it as a faceless, automated entity.

The Story of the "Mary Celeste"

by  Charles Edey Fay
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743 mary celesteIntriguing unsolved riddle of famed 19th-century "ghost ship" abandoned on high seas by captain, crew, and passengers, with only signs that the ship had been abandoned in haste. Author dispels many misconceptions and theories (storms, piracy, mutiny, icebergs) with convincing arguments and careful documentation.

Patriot Games

by  Tom Clancy
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It is fall. Years before the defection of a Soviet submarine will send him hurtling into confrontation with the Soviets, historian, ex-Marine and CIA analyst Jack Ryan is vacationing in London with his wife and young daughter, when a terrorist attack takes place before his eyes. Instinctively, he dives forward to break it up, and is shot. It is not until he wakes up in the hospital that he leans whose lives he has saved -- the Prince and Princess of Wales and their new young son -- and which enemies he has made -- the Ulster Liberation Army, an ultra-left-wing splinter of the IRA.

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Two men possess vital data on Russia's Star Wars missile defense system. One of them is CARDINAL--America's highest agent in the Kremlin--and he's about to be terminated by the KGB. The other is the one American who can save CARDINAL and lead the world to the brink of peace--or war.

Red Storm Rising

by  Tom Clancy
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701 red stormWhen Moslem fundamentalists blow up a key Soviet oil complex, making an already critical oil shortage calamitous, the Soviets decide they have no choice. To survive, they must seize the oil in the Persian Gulf; to seize the oil, they must find a way to keep NATO from retaliating.

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