Susan B. Anthony: A Biography of a Singular Feminist

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AuthorHouse, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 452 pages
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Twenty years ago, in the town of Tucumcari, New Mexico, a visit from outer space changed the residents drastically.  Now, action is about to be taken..

There was nothing that could have prepared the Blackmans for what they were about to encounter.  How could they have known that a town that held 6,000 people could harbor such life-threatening secrets?  Soon, their fate would be at the hands of a dark and sinister man who wanted nothing more than to exterminate the entire community.

Suspicious of everyone in the town, Loco Loki seeks to destroy those he believes to be extra terrestrial.  It is because of this that the Blackman kids, along with their new friends, find themselves running and fighting for their lives.

Will anybody survive the mass homicide?  Will the predator be stopped?

As the story unfolds, discover the town's many hidden secrets, including the mysterious worms residing in an underground tunnel.

This book will reveal what really lurks in the "Shadows of the Night".

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Susan B. Anthony: a biography of a singular feminist

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In this life of Anthony, Barry has produced a scholarly but very readable biography of the great women's rights activist. She explores the interaction of her subject's family background, education ... Read full review

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Kathleen Barry is a bead artist and author from South Africa.

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