I Sold A Car To An Angel

I Sold A Car To An Angel

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In this business book, Alex Kunevicius offers an inside look into what many considered impossible – inventing a product and starting a company with little/no money, then growing it into an international success. Some might call it luck. Even Alex himself might attribute it partly to Divine intervention. But one thing is for certain, Alex proves over and over that determination, hard work, and prayer are repeatable ingredients for success. His commonsense approach to business keeps it simple and leaves the reader inspired and empowered to pursue their own dreams.ALEX KUNEVICIUS, a retired WWII veteran having survived 585 raids in the South Pacific, is still demonstrating what it takes to be a faithful businessman, entrepreneur, husband, father, and community patriarch. At 101 years old, Alex still mentors and lives in Independence, OH with his beautiful wife Freda. More info →
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One Time In Texas

One Time In Texas

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This book, a hybrid of nature and political history, presents the best of both. On the political side, it strikes a positive note, describing the substantial environmental accomplishments of Senator Ralph Yarborough of Texas which, if they are now largely forgotten, remain significant contributions to his state and his country. More info →
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Once A Spy, Always A Spy: “SPIES AND DIMWITTED POLITICIANS” BOOK 2

Once A Spy, Always A Spy: “SPIES AND DIMWITTED POLITICIANS” BOOK 2

$19.95
General William Donovan was the head of America's first centralized intelligence organization, Office of Strategic Services (OSS). J Edgar Hoover, the director of the FBI, was jealous of the amount of power that Donovan held as director of the OSS and worried that Donovan would try to usurp the power that he exercised as director of the FBI. Hoover, knowing that President Truman didn't like Donovan, used that as an opportunity to lobby Truman to abolish the OSS. When WW2 ended, President Truman, following Hoover's advice, did just that and disbanded the OSS. More info →
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The Making of a Spy

The Making of a Spy

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When WW2 began, Isiac was drafted into the Army. Although unintentional, Isiac's childhood experiences, along with the skills he learned in the Army, became an integral part in “The Making of a Spy” More info →
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The Tragic Destruction of Edingsville: Edisto Island’s Wealthy 1800’s Summer Villiage

The Tragic Destruction of Edingsville: Edisto Island’s Wealthy 1800’s Summer Villiage

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Edisto Beach is not the first popular beach destination on Edisto Island. Just up the beach, on the other side of Jeremy Inlet, there existed a highly sought after, wealthy beach village. It was called the “Village of Edingsville” or “The Bay,” and was in existence during most of the 1800s. During its time it was the place to spend the summer. It had about 60 two-story plantation beach houses, two churches, a pool hall and even a hotel. Some say that a party atmosphere constantly existed in this village during the summer. Unfortunately, the hurricane of 1885 destroyed all of it in one wide sweep. There is now no evidence that it ever existed. Therefore Edisto Beach is not the first place where people came to enjoy the ocean off Edisto Island. This is what this book is all about, the beginning and ending of Edingsville. Enjoy it and spread the word of its existence. More info →
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Sam’s Edisto Island Paradise

Sam’s Edisto Island Paradise

$19.95
Edisto Island, SC has been occupied since before recorded history if you believe all the evidence found on Edisto in recent times. Therefore it must have held some fascination and worth to mankind over these many, many years. The more you read all that has been written about Edisto and the more you go out into its creeks, marshes and old plantation sites, the more it grows on you. It tends to make you want to stay on the ocean side of the Dawhoo Bridge and never leave. More info →
16 Generations of Lybrand’s

16 Generations of Lybrand’s

$12.50
This is a series of two books that need to be read as one. The first volume is about what interest me about Edisto Island and about some of the things I personally did coming up on Edisto. It is not written as a history of Edisto but as a number of facts and unique experiences I have had. Volume Two contains as much information I could find out about my Lybrand ancestors and how the Lybrand's fit into Edisto Island and its development starting in 1942. The Lybrand's must have left a lasting memory on Edisto because there is a long street on Edisto Beach named after my father. His name was Harvie Samuel Lybrand. At the present time there are still Lybrand's living on Edisto Island and to most people familiar with Edisto it is a recognizable name associated with Edisto. More info →
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