Tag: Ken Rossignol

Country classics, Titanic heroes & Ocean Liners stuck on a hilltop

Country Classics Country music is alive and well at many venues around the USA including Branson, Missouri. Who would expect a giant ship run aground on a hilltop in Branson, Missouri, at least 1500 miles from the nearest ocean?  A

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Panama Canal Controversies and History from News Accounts

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Ship Talks: Titanic Heroes by Ken Rossignol

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#Paperwhite Halloween Spooktacular Giveaway

ENTER  TELL US WHERE TO SEND YOUR FREE BOOKS THE PRIVATEER CLAUSE & VAMPIRE DREAMS Meet the Master of HORROR – Robert W. Walker, the author of more than 60 books, with just a few of his books shown above.

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Pirate Trials – A presentation of high-seas serial killers who came to trial

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Panama Canal opens third and largest set of locks; celebration ensues with 2016 International Book Fair

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The Story of The Rag: “The paper was tenacious and dug far deeper behind the scenes”

David Wright, retired director of the Southern Maryland Criminal Justice Academy revised his review of THE STORY OF THE RAG on Amazon and provided this copy: I recently re-read this book again and enjoyed it as much as the 1st

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The Wreck of the Express

The Wreck of the Express – Forward to CHESAPEAKE 1880

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Titanic Notes – 1936 Radio Interview – Account by Second Officer Charles Lightoller of the Titanic’s last hours

One fascinating account of the sinking of the Titanic lives on as the very words of Second Officer Charles Lightoller were recorded in this 1936 radio interview. The audio was in sad condition due to the passing years and old

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The Three Pirates – book trailer

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