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Paperback book  
Tight binding,  
244 pages includesd an index,  
Clean and bright,  

A look at the covered-up murder of a
US Navy worker be
comes a probe of reality, itself.

New evidence of a 'real' Philadelphia Experiment,
parallel Montauks and quantum consciousness
lead to an interrogation of the very activity
of belief.



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Baudelaire: Prince of Clouds Hardcover – September 27, 1976
by Alex de Jonge (Author)
  Hardback book,  with dust jacket,  
Tight and Secure Binding,  
Bright and clean,  
Baudelaire was born in Paris in 1821, a contempory of Hugo, Gautier and Lamartine, the author of Les Fleurs du Mal would come to be recognized as one of the greatest poets of his age.  
Hardcover: 240 pages
Publisher: Paddington Press, Ltd.; First Edition edition (September 27, 1976)
De Jonge presents Baudelaire as the first poet-dandy. This was 'the first totally fresh account of the poet's life to be written in many years'. It captures 'his clowning and his pain, his work & his women, his failures & his legacy'.  
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0846701375
ISBN-13: 978-0846701378
Package Dimensions: 9.2 x 6 x 1.1 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds  

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Call It Conspiracy Paperback – 1985
by Larry Abraham  (Author)  
Paperback: 325 pages 
Cover has creasing  
Tight and se cure binding,  
325 pages. Index. Black and white illustrations. "This book could win back most of our lost freedoms!" -Harry Schultz  
Publisher: Double A Publications, Seattle; 1st edition (1985)
 chapter notes at end of each chapter.   
b&w photo.illustrations.   
3 appendices. index. roster of cfr members. world history. american history. conspiracy theory. new world order. secret societies. illuminati. communism. rockefellers. nixon. carter. reagan. trilateral commission. council on foreign relations. communist china. alan greespan. federal reserve bank. rothschilds. warburg. aldrich. marx. engels. orwell. chambers. "

Language: English
ISBN-10: 0961555009
ISBN-13: 978-0961555009
Package Dimensions: 9 x 6.3 x 1.4 inches  
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PICASSO & CO. Hardcover – 1966
by Brassai (Author), Francis Price (Translator), Henry Miller (Introduction)
Hardback with dust jacket,  Hardcover: 289 pages
Publisher: DOUBLEDAY & CO; First edition (1966)  
B&W Illustrations (illustrator)    
  b/w photos by the author, the book and contents are clean and solid,  
 289 pgs. Index. Preface by Henry Miller. Introduction by Roland Penrose. Translated by Francis Price.  
Language: English  
Package Dimensions: 9.3 x 6.5 x 1.3 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds  

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Hardback book, 
with dust jacket, 
jacket has a tear at the top, 
and a sticker ghost,  

Binding is secure and tight, 
dj price clipped, 
Bright and clean inside,  

 WW Norton Pub, 
1978, 
First edition, 

Synopsis
Bobby Baker was a small-town southern boy when he arrived in Washington in 1943, but he had a sure sense of political clout.

He soon knew which senator wanted what done--almost before the senator knew himself. Senator Robert Kerr was the first instrument of Bobby Baker's rise.
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Poincare's Prize: The Hundred-Year Quest to Solve One of Math's Greatest Puzzles Paperback – July 29, 2008
by George G. Szpiro  (Author)  
Paperback book,  
Tight and secure binding,  In the world of math, the theorem that informs how to understand the shape of the universe has defied every effort to prove it. Now, after more than a century, an eccentric Russian recluse has found the solution to one of the seven greatest math problems of the modern era.,The amazing story of one of the greatest math problems of all time and the reclusive genius who solved it In the tradition of Fermat s Enigma and Prime Obsession , George Szpiro brings to life the giants of mathematics who struggled to prove a theorem for a century and the mysterious man from St. Petersburg, Grigory Perelman, who fi nally accomplished the impossible. In 1904 Henri Poincare developed the Poincare Conjecture, an attempt to understand higher-dimensional space and possibly the shape of the universe. The problem was he couldn t prove it. A century later it was named a Millennium Prize problem, one of the seven hardest problems we can imagine. Now this holy grail of mathematics has been found. Accessibly interweaving history and math, Szpiro captures the passion, frustration, and excitement of the hunt, and provides a fascinating portrait of a contemporary noble-genius.",With a reclusive
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