A Very Good Man (Dead End, Book 1) by P. S. Power

By P. S. Power

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At the tip of the area Jake struggles to maintain the folk as regards to him, a bunch of strangers, alive. It isn't as effortless because it sounds, on the grounds that so much of them are greater than a piece caught within the outdated international. however the luxurious and laxity of that point has long past forever.

And Jake is the single individual robust adequate to maintain all of them in line.

Leaving him hated and reviled.

What they don't find out about Jake is how sort and unique he really is, a great guy, come to assist all of them live on. whether he has to kill them to do it.

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His Chronicon was written between 1009 and 1018, and Book I, from which the following extracts are taken, gives an account of the expansion of Germanic power into the Slav lands of Mecklenburg and Pomerania, providing a frontier history as it records the ebb and flow of the possession of these territories under Christian and non-Christian rule. As a frontier churchman, Thietmar was concerned to refute what he maintained was the Slav belief that ‘everything finishes at the point of mortal death’, and to uphold and prove Christian belief in the existence of life after death.

But when Erkinbert told the sons the next day what their father had said, they preferred that he should remain forever in torment than themselves give up what had been left to them . . The Incestuous Ghost Book XII, Chap. XV I n the diocese of Treves, where the former vision occurred, ithere was another knight named Henry Nodus. Now he was deeply mired in wickedness and sin, and regarded rapine, adultery, incest, perjury and other such crimes as deeds of virtue. When he died in the province of Menevelt, he appeared to many in a sheep-skin and kept frequenting the house of his daughter, as he had been wont to do when alive.

Whereupon Pedro revealed what until then had been completely unknown. It is appropriate therefore that I should leave the words to him: The account of Pedro d’Englebert begins: ‘As for what you ask of me, I did not hear this from others, but actually saw all of this MEDIEVAL GHOST STORIES 41 with my own eyes. At the time when King Alfonso of Aragon inherited the crown of the Spanish kingdoms on the death of King Alfonso the Old, he raised an army against those who resisted him in the region of Castile, and ordered that each part of his kingdom must send him either footsoldiers or knights.

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