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The Life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: The Man Who was Sherlock Holmes Paperback - New
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Author - John Dickson Carr

Through Carr’s biography, we learn that the famed author/creator of Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, was both a medical doctor and a Catholic.  Thus, the
character of Dr. Watson may well have been Doyle’s alter-ego, and his delvings into the evils of England’s Protestant upper-crust society was filled with dreadful
evils of murder and mayhem––hidden details of wickedness within a self-righteous upper-class Protestant society.
Satan’s Underground: The Extraordinary Story of One Woman’s Escape Paperback - Used
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In “Satan’s Underground,” Laura Stratford’s story is all too true.  But most of the “good” people––especially the “good” Christians––living above ground don’t want to hear about the world of evil that lives all around them.
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Middle East Conflict, 3rd Edition Paperback - New
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Because the situation between Arabs and Jews in the Middle East continually changes, no one can give a complete up to date in-depth analysis of this on-going conflict.
En Route to Global Occupation Paperback - Used
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Remember the phrase “New World Order”?  Well, Gary Kah says that this phrase means “One World Government.”
International Relations Hardback - New
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A basic introductory study of the difficulties nations have in trying to establish successful relationships with other nations.  Thus, it illustrates the need for the United Nations, and the arduous task of making that organization work within the constraints of diplomacy, and disagreements and wars between nations.
Blank Check: The Pentagon’s Black Budget Hardback - Used
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Pulitzer Prize-winning author Tim Weiner gives a horrifying account of how the military has used secret Pentagon money to build underground bases and cities for the next “five or six” world-wide nuclear wars.
The Social Construction of Reality: A Treatise in the Sociology of Knowledge Paperback - New
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Authors - Peter L. Berger and Thomas Luckmann

This scholarly text assumes that people and their societies construct reality, identity and knowledge.  It seems not to include practices and identities that people keep hidden from public view.  Nor does it include the knowledge and operations of spiritual truths.  Sociologists can of course study human activities as visible to social scientists, but such studies do not include all spiritual, or even scientific, knowledge.
The Bormann Brotherhood Paperback - Used
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Stevenson posits that Martin Bormann was the behind-the-scenes Hitler controller during all the reign of the Third Reich, and that through the years, Bormann’s only interest was planning for the Fourth Reich.
World Power or Decline: The Controversy Over Germany’s Aims in the First World War Paperback - Used
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This is Fritz Fischer’s second book in which he states that Germany intentionally instigated the First World War because its leaders wanted to push the nation into a leadership position on the world stage.
The Emerging Order: God in the Age of Scarcity Paperback - New
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Published in 1979, Rifkin’s book is still in print.  It is a popular discussion of  the future of organized Christianity in an age of what the author believes will be declining resources in the United States.