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Love's Journey on Manitoulin Island: Moriah's Lighthouse (Book 1)
Series: Love's Journey on Manitoulin Island. Pre-release—available August 1, 2017. Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 44,080. Language: English. Published by L. J. Emory Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Romance » General, Fiction » Romance » Historical
A lost legacy. A forgotten past. A derelict lighthouse. Moriah Robertson, owner and caretaker of a Canadian fishing resort, can fix anything—except the broken lighthouse her family tended for over a century. Ben is one of the best stonemasons in the world. He’s the right man for the job and the right man for her. As Moriah and Ben fall in love, they discover that they share a terrifying past.
The Stonemason's Playground: A Scary 15-Minute Horror Story
Series: 15-Minute Books · 15-Minute Ghost Stories. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 2,570. Language: English. Published: March 3, 2012 by LearningIsland.com. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Short Stories, Fiction » Horror » Ghost
“I was across the marsh, by a stone wall.” I hadn’t intended to give away where I’d been, but I was getting flustered. “By the Stonemason’s Playground?” Tommy asked. “What’s that?” I said, trying to sound dumb. “It’s a haunted playground,” Brad said with a shiver. I could tell he liked being scared. “The kids who sneak into the playground to play are turned to stone. They never come back!”
Secrets Of Edward Leedskalnin
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 10,260. Language: English. Published: February 7, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Engineering, trades, and technology » Construction / Masonry, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Historical
Edward Leedskalnin, the Coral Castle, the Great Pyramids, moving stones of immense weight with magnets. This book examines Edwards own words and instructions and grants a solution to the unsolvable mystery of moving these huge stones with effortless ease. This book describes with simplicity how Leedskalnin was capable of maneuvering these stones like “hydrogen balloons”.