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The ultimate guide to the New York Times bestselling series, with an introduction by Rick Riordan! The book you see here is the ultimate source of all Cahill knowledge. It contains every buried secret, Cahill weapon or gadget, all the strongholds, and each agent and founder. In it, you will discover the true story of Madeleine Cahill as well as what happened after Isabel Kabra was charged with murder. Nothing has been held back. Seven Cahill agents came together to bring you this book, betraying their branches and their most deeply held beliefs. They did it because there is an enemy approaching far more powerful than the Cahills. Keep this black book close at all times, and be ready.
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This nail-biting thriller is set in Australia, under the blistering sun, in a community suffering an epic drought. An apparent murder-suicide is investigated by a Federal agent who has recently returned to this community, his hometown, where he must deal with long-buried secrets and a number of suspects. Available to download: eBook Audio
A group of young people in contemporary California are negotiating the winding paths of growing up under the watchful gaze of a group of Black church elders. Secrets closely held begin to dissolve--and the fallout is at the heart of the book. Available to download: eBook Audio
Midnight Ride is an e-book by Clifford Riley released as a Christmas event for free on Google Play, about Amy and Dan's first meeting with the Kabras and the secret of Paul Revere. The story takes place before the start of the Clue hunt in The Maze of Bones. It was announced on the Message Board on December 6, 2013 by Admin Lauren F, which was her first post on the 39 Clues Message Board.
Written by Supervising Naturalist Traci Parent and published in 2011 by the East Bay Regional Park District. This nearly 1,200 page book is based on her 30 years of research into the history of the people buried in the pioneer cemetery at Black Diamond. The book can be purchased at the Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve Visitor Center.
Herein lie buried many things which if read with patience may show the strangemeaning of being black here at the dawning of the Twentieth Century. Thismeaning is not without interest to you, Gentle Reader; for the problem of theTwentieth Century is the problem of the color line.
The alternative thus offered the nation was not between full and restrictedNegro suffrage; else every sensible man, black and white, would easily havechosen the latter. It was rather a choice between suffrage and slavery, afterendless blood and gold had flowed to sweep human bondage away. Not a singleSouthern legislature stood ready to admit a Negro, under any conditions, to thepolls; not a single Southern legislature believed free Negro labor was possiblewithout a system of restrictions that took all its freedom away; there wasscarcely a white man in the South who did not honestly regard Emancipation as acrime, and its practical nullification as a duty. In such a situation, thegranting of the ballot to the black man was a necessity, the very least aguilty nation could grant a wronged race, and the only method of compelling theSouth to accept the results of the war. Thus Negro suffrage ended a civil warby beginning a race feud. And some felt gratitude toward the race thussacrificed in its swaddling clothes on the altar of national integrity; andsome felt and feel only indifference and contempt.
So here we stand among thoughts of human unity, even through conquest andslavery;