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3 edition of In The SHADOW of the STANDPIPE found in the catalog.

In The SHADOW of the STANDPIPE

by R. Lamar Kilgore

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  • 24 Currently reading

Published by iUniverse, Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General & Literary Fiction,
  • Literary,
  • Fiction / Literary,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages136
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10709318M
    ISBN 100595366147
    ISBN 109780595366149

      The Tinkers live in a tidy house in the shadow of the Thomas Hill Standpipe, the landmark water tower that’s haunted, naturally, in “It.” This year promises to be a busy one for SK Tours.   What’s a Book of Shadows? Initially, a book of shadows is a document containing religious texts, rituals and spells from a specific wiccan tradition. The name itself comes from Gerard Gardner, who founded Wicca during the ’s. The traditional custom was that each coven had its own book in a single copy, which was kept by the High Priestess.

    * Note: Reprints by Nostalgia Ventures / Sanctum Books are listed under Shadow Magazine. The following is a list of original Shadow novels which were not published in the Shadow Magazine, but as original paperback books from Belmont Books in the s. Walter B. Gibson only wrote Return of The Shadow. Original Shadow Novels. Venus on the Half-Shell by Philip José Farmer, Kilgore Trout (pseudonym) PB Dell. This book is in VERY GOOD condition. Simon Wagstaff is the Space Wanderer, a seeker of truth and electric banjo player who narrowly escapes the Deluge that destroys Earth when he happens upon an abandoned Chinese spaceship, the Hwang Rating: % positive.

      In a vacant lot under the shadow of Standpipe Hill, Pentecostal Holiness pastor, Steve Pringle, set up a revival tent and began conducting services. He invited a popular young evangelist named Oral Roberts to conduct meetings in May of There, in the shadows of Tulsa’s past, Roberts reclaimed lives for the gospel. Stu will tell you that King has never even set foot inside the kitchen store that gave him the name for the overarching evil presence in his books. He’ll show you the exact bench King sat on when he wrote parts of It, in the shadow of the town’s large standpipe. He’ll also let you know if he thinks King will be home as you pull up to the.


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In The SHADOW of the STANDPIPE by R. Lamar Kilgore Download PDF EPUB FB2

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In the Shadow of the Standpipe is a collection of anecdotes. This first published work of Mr. Kilgore reflects his perceptions of small town Ohio in the 's and '50's.

He celebrates a selection of unforgettable characters drawn from his family and the community. He takes us into his boyhood home, to the golf course and to the courtroom. In The Shadow Of The Standpipe by Kilgore, R.

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