The Flying Death

Author: Samuel Hopkins Adams
Publisher: The Floating Press
ISBN: 1776582233
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The Flying Death from the Author: Samuel Hopkins Adams. A group of house guests staying at a private retreat on Long Island are awakened one night by a horrifying cacophony. When they set off to investigate, they stumble across what appears to be the remnants of a shipwreck. Over the next few days, a number of other mysterious clues and gory scenes are revealed. What's behind these seemingly random tragedies?

Flying Death

Author: Samuel Beamon
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1414083025
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Flying Death from the Author: Samuel Beamon. No matter what conflict that a helicopter and its crew flies into, the job, the level of responsibility and the feelings are the same. There have been many stories of those that served in Vietnam. Some stories have been of combat units, battles, Pilots that had been shot down and captured, along with some helicopter squadrons. This story gives a different prospective of the war. The troops on the ground would hear the sounds of a helicopter coming into their area. Looking up, they saw this complex flying machine blowing sand and dust all around. The chopper brought in anything and everything that the troops needed. The wounded and dead were evacuated. Reenforcements were delivered and the troops were brought back to their camps. Did the troops ever think about the people that operated these helicopters? What did it take to keep the machines flying? What kind of pressures were the flight crews facing on a daily basis? This story is the memories of a Combat Helicopter Crew Chief doing the what was necessary to accomplish the mission of supporting the troops.

The Flying Death

Author: Samuel Adams
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ISBN: 9781540650696
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The Flying Death from the Author: Samuel Adams. There is a murderer plaguing the off-season guests and inhabitants of small sea-side community on Long Island in 1902. But, that's not the whole story, because people are also being stalked and killed by a strange, nocturnal bird-like creature. the creature turns out to be a pre-historic dinosaur that somehow lived through the ages only to be assassinated by our heroes.The Flying Death begins: Stanley Richard Colton, M.D., heaved his powerful form to and fro in his bed and cursed the day he had come to Montauk Point, which chanced to be the day just ended. All the world had been open to him, and his father's yacht to bear him to whatsoever corner thereof he might elect, in search of that which, once forfeited, no mere millions may buy back, the knack of peaceful sleep. But his wise old family physician had prescribed the tip-end of Long Island. Except:Looking at his keen, pallid and deeply lined face, the young doctor set him down as a rather irritable fellow, and suspected dyspepsia. "Everybody will be going to the beach," he added. "If you follow along you'll probably get there.""Thanks," said Dick undisturbed. It was a principle of his that the ill-temper of others was no logical reason for ill-temper in himself. In this case his principle worked well, for Haynes said with tolerable civility:"You just came in this evening, didn't you?""Yes. I seem to have met the market for excitement."By this time they had reached the large living-room, where they found Mrs. Johnston presiding with ill-directed advice over the struggles of her grey-bearded husband to insert himself into a pair of boots of insufficient caliber.

The Flying Death A Story In Three Writings And A Telegram Cryptofiction Classics Weird Tales Of Strange Creatures

Author: Samuel Hopkins Adams
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
ISBN: 1473399904
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The Flying Death A Story In Three Writings And A Telegram Cryptofiction Classics Weird Tales Of Strange Creatures from the Author: Samuel Hopkins Adams. This early work by Samuel Hopkins Adams was originally published in 1906 and we are now republishing it as part of our Cryptofiction Classics series. 'The Flying Death - A Story in Three Writings and a Telegram' is a short story about a shipwrecked vessel and the discovery of a man who has been murdered at some point between leaving the sinking ship and reaching the rescuers. More mysterious deaths follow. The Cryptofiction Classics series contains a collection of wonderful stories from some of the greatest authors in the genre, including Ambrose Bierce, Arthur Conan Doyle, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Jack London. From its roots in cryptozoology, this genre features bizarre, fantastical, and often terrifying tales of mythical and legendary creatures. Whether it be giant spiders, werewolves, lake monsters, or dinosaurs, the Cryptofiction Classics series offers a fantastic introduction to the world of weird creatures in fiction.

On Death And Flying

Author: Tim Martin
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781541313934
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On Death And Flying from the Author: Tim Martin. Chip Crandle has given the folks in his North Idaho town plenty to gossip about. Most agree that John and Scarlett Bradley got what they deserved. Others argue that, no matter how you slice it, what Chip did was wrong. They'll never suspect that Chip's startling act of justice wasn't only to save the Bradley's three daughters; it was the one way he could hope to redeem himself for failing to save his loved ones ... and to bring back his uncanny ability to fly. But the universe has bigger plans for Chip. As he flees across the lonely roads of the Great Plains, fate nudges Chip toward a stream of unlikely strangers: A sympathetic cop with secrets of her own, a teen with a singing dog who desperately needs Chip's forgotten magic, and a braided mystic with the power to guide Chip to a secret canyon where the ghosts of his past wait ... with a message that can change everything. To see the wisdom each offers, Chip will have to let go of his old fears and open his eyes to the impossible. On Death and Flying shines a light on the fears, doubts, and discoveries we all experience as our parents pass, children leave, careers end, and life moves on in unpredictable and often unjust ways toward the inevitable unknown.

The Death Of Flying Things

Author: Gabriel Welsch
Publisher: Wordtech Communications
ISBN: 9781936370757
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The Death Of Flying Things from the Author: Gabriel Welsch.

Sherlock Holmes And The Flying Zombie Death Monkeys

Author: Chris Wood
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781906669027
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Sherlock Holmes And The Flying Zombie Death Monkeys from the Author: Chris Wood. Legendary detective Sherlock Holmes is forced to deal with a plague that threatens to engulf the whole country. Victorian London is besieged by a new and terrible kind of creature. Dripping with carnage, mayhem, and some of the worst haircuts in recorded history, see how the great sleuth defies death and deals it out. Will Watson avenge the cat? And can Victorian life ever recover ..."I may be wrong about this, but I think you've really got something with this Sherlock character of yours...Solving crimes, playing the violin, that schlubby Watson - where the hell did you get this idea?"Michael Gerber, author, Barry Trotter and the Shameless Parody

Colonel Cody And The Flying Cathedral

Author: Garry Jenkins
Publisher: Picador
ISBN: 1466892064
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Colonel Cody And The Flying Cathedral from the Author: Garry Jenkins. Colonel Cody and the Flying Cathedral is the fascinating and bizarre history of Samuel Franklin Cody, who in his early years worked the same cattle trails as Buffalo Bill and played the same Dodge City roulette tables as Wyatt Earp. But later his life took a startling turn. While performing in England, Cody became a passionate kite-builder and flyer, and at the apex of his career, fashioned a vast airplane dubbed "The Flying Cathedral," and with it went on to become the first man to fly in England.