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IZ~The Izzy Story - Book 1 Encounters by Ddwlem

A plague is killing people on a distant planet. Daring scientists from Planet Authair travel across space to complete research in a race to cure this deadly menace and find Earth best suited for them. This is the first in a series that introduces the characters and foretells of the many mysteries and adventures about which the reader can look forward to unraveling in IZ ~ THE IZZY STORY.

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FRIENDSHIP: A True Story of Adventure, Goodwill, and Endurance by Francis Mandewa

Young Francis Mandewah dreamed of a better future, but saw no way out of his impoverished situation, until one day when he met a man who would change his life.

An African boy from the region made famous by the Hollywood film “Blood Diamond” is befriended by an American pilot. That friendship brings great opportunities and blessings that affirm the boy’s faith in a God of miracles. But the boy’s journey also brings many trials and tribulations that test his courage, strength, and endurance.

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Five Things You Probably Didn't Know About Telemachus Press

1. Longtime Telemachus Press author, John Locke, was the 8th author in the world and the 1st independent author to sell 1 million Kindle eBooks on Amazon.


2. According to Greek mythology, our namesake Telemachus was the son of Odysseus and Penelope.

3. In conjunction with Smashwords, an early initiative of Telemachus press was to format and distribute eBooks to men and women serving our Country in the armed forces.

4. Telemachus Press has authors and associates worldwide.

5. Telemachus Press has published books from first time authors looking to get their book in front of readers to accomplished authors attracted to our superior business model.

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United States Military Patch Guide-Military Shoulder Sleeve Insignia by J.L. Pete Morgan (Medals of American Press)

The world's most complete illustrated color guide and reference on United States Military Patches (Shoulder Sleeve Insignia). Covers World war I, World war II, Vietnam, Kuwait, Bosnia, Afghanistan, Iraq to present. Over 4,400 Military Patches in color for the Army, Marines, Army Air Force, Navy and Special Forces. Grouped by service from Armies to Regiments, from Airborne to Armor, from Infantry to Artillery all of the services are covered. With way over 4,000 different full color military patches the guide provides the most complete and detailed reference of United States Military unit identification patches in the world. All three smaller earlier editions of this guide have sold out and have become valuable collectors items and treasured references for veterans, collectors and historians.

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Medals, Badges and Insignia of the United States Army by Col. Frank C. Foster

Medals, Badges and Insignia of the United States Army. The most comprehensive and lavishly illustrated book on U.S. Army medals, badges and insignia ever published. Traces the history of Army awards from Rome, the American Revolution to today’s War on Terror.  Beautiful color pictures of every medal, front and back, with complete details and criteria. Insignia, badges, rank and famous unit insignia are beautifully pictured and described. Written by one of America’s best known experts; it is the single, finest, most up to date book in the world.

This fascinating book tells and illustrates how Army awards have been intertwined with American culture throughout the last 235 years. There are over 28 million veterans since World War II. Over half the population of the United States has had a veteran in the family and this work covers every possible award they could have or should have received. There is even a detailed section on how veterans and families claim their medals, wear and display them.

The comprehensive, easy-to-use volume guides readers over 500 different medals, ribbons, badges and insignia using handsome full color photographs and other detailed illustrations. It is the ultimate United States Army awards book and is sure to become a treasure of every veteran and veteran’s family library.

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O'Rourke's Law Or No Law At All (The Sean O'Rourke Series Book 4) by Michael E. Cook

Sean’s new boss understands that although he is a Federal Judge, there is hardly any local law throughout the countryside. With the absence of lawmen, jails, and courts, what law there is must do what is necessary to keep the peace. Sean is just the man for the job. When Sean’s friends are in trouble, the trouble makers are dealt with swiftly. When a clan restarts a feud, they soon learn about “O’Rourke’s Law.” Death comes easily to those who attack Sean and his family and friends. The local undertaker is becoming a rich man.

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Medals and Ribbons of the United States Air Force by Colonel Frank Foster

The first completely detailed and lavishly illustrated Guide to all of the medals and ribbons of the United States Air Force since its beginning in 1914. The history of United States Air Force awards is beautifully displayed over the last 100 years with all of the awards shown in their correct order to include how they are worn on the Air Force uniform or by veterans. The criteria, history and symbolism of every medal and ribbon is presented in every form to include the any devices or attachments awarded with the medal. Displays of Air Force veterans medals are beautifully presented in a series of handsome framed cases along with an easy guide for families of veterans to determine the military awards earned for each major conflict or campaign. Other chapters explain how to claim military awards, the correct order to display awards and even sections dealing with commonly awarded foreign medals, NATO and United Nations medals. Without a doubt the most complete, well organized and entertaining book ever published on Air Force awards. Certainly a prized book of Air Force honors and how they are displayed and worn that every Air Force veteran and their family should have.

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A Complete Guide to Military Ribbons of the United States Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine 1861 to 2014 by Colonel Frank Foster

This is the single most complete and authentic guide to United States military ribbons ever produced. Published in full color it displays the complete history of all United States Army, Navy, Marine, Air Force and Coast Guard ribbon since the Civil War. As an additional bonus it displays all currently authorized United Nations ribbons for United States forces. Merchant Marine ribbons dating back to World War II also have a display. Each branch of the service as a full-color ribbon display from World War II to present presenting the ribbons in correct order of predecessor from the medal of honor to currently authorized foreign awards. Under each ribbon is displayed the authorized attachments for each ribbon. A detailed section describes each ribbons attachment and the correct method for mounting attachments is diagram for all five of the military services. It is the most complete full-color reference of United States military ribbons ever published and is the product of over seven years of extensive research. Especially useful are the only charts showing the correct order of Protestant people wearing multiservice ribbons in each of the five military branches. An invaluable reference to all veterans, veterans families, members of the Armed Forces and reserves.

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I woke up this morning with old hands.  I didn't notice them as I straightened the bed or made my coffee or buttered the toast.  They didn't call attention to themselves as I put the leash on the dog to go for a walk or rinsed the dishes and put them in the dishwasher.  Then went all morning doing all the ordinary things, being the same hands I have had all my life. Then in the early afternoon when I sat down with a book and a nice cup of tea my world changed as my hands bro...

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Telemachus Team:

Thanks very much for getting our book published in such high style. We think the design and layout are perfect, and the cover looks great. You dealt with the legal, copyright, and registration issues in a way that made it all quite painless for us. Just as importantly, you showed exceptional professionalism, care and support as we went through the process. You were there every step of the way to accommodate our changing requirements and see that they were executed quickly and correctly. You communicated every step clearly so that we always knew where we were going.

We are really looking forward to getting our sequel, Alicia’s Sin, to you in a few months.

Thanks again,
Nick and John

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