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Kidnapper in Mind
Genre: Horror & Science Fiction
Language: English
Status: Incomplete
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A serial killer is sent to his death but he has a backup plan that once more changes the life of his only survival who believes she is finally free of his hold. She hopes that with his execution, that life will become normal. She is mistake. Sometimes, evil will not stay dead.

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Traveling White Knight
Genre: Fantasy & Historical
Language: English
Status: Incomplete
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A female knight finds herself embroiled in a world of fantasy and thrust in the political game of Oberon's court. Set on a quest to help Puck, she finds the new world she is in has answers that couldn't be answered in her own.

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FIRST THREE CHAPTERS ARE FREE FOR READ. Paid subscription needed to read rest of chapters. Paid subscribers will also receive free ebook/pdf of future epic novel series.
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Paul A. Mason, Edward L. Robinson, Sebastian Gomez, Emmanuel Gonzalez, Isaac D. Lopez, Lorena Monroy, and Alex Price

Abstract. High speed photometry of several accreting binaries was obtained using the McDonald Observatory 2.1m telescope and ARGOS CCD photometer. A broad-band filter (BVR) was used in order to maximize flux and maintain a short (1-10s) integration time on faint targets. Such observations obtained over several years allow for variability study over time scales covering many orders of magnitude. Observations and analysis for several binaries are summarized.
Paul A. Mason, Lorena C. Monroy, Natalie K. Wells, and Joshua B. Santana

Abstract. We present a new multi-frequency catalog of polars and intermediate polars (IPs) called MCV-Catalog-1.0. The need for a new catalog of Magnetic Cataclysmic Variables (MCVs) is becoming increasingly important. The number of known and suspected cataclysmic variables (CVs) has doubled in just the last few years. It is expected to balloon by another factor of 10 in the next decade or so as several optical surveys, like LSST, take place. By establishing a catalog containing only magnetic CVs, i.e. MVCs, we have the freedom to tailor the catalog to a relatively homogeneous set of binaries.
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