Author: Darren Shan

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0316041769

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 240

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Lights. Camera. Slawter! Grubbs Grady and his half-brother Bill-E are thrilled to join their uncle Dervish as onset consultants for the newest movie by cult horror producer David A Hayms. Shot in a deserted town renamed Slawter, the demon-themed movie is to be Hayms's masterpiece. But as strange incidents disrupt the set, Grubbs begins to wonder whether more than filming is afoot.

Vampirates: Black Heart

Author: Justin Somper

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 0857070126

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 416

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There's a new ship of vampirates roaming the seas, leaving a trail of fear and devastation in its wake. When a high-profile pirate is slain, the Pirate Federation takes decisive action and begins training up a ship of dedicated vampire hunters. Amongst the dynamic crew is young pirate prodigy Connor Tempest. Meanwhile, Connor's twin sister Grace enjoys a bittersweet reunion with their mother, Sally, who has some important and shocking news for her daughter. As Grace uncovers the truth about her family's past, she realises that she and Connor face a daunting and uncertain future.

Surry County

Author: Carolyn Boyles,Wilma Hiatt

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9780738506401

Category: History

Page: 128

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Founded in 1771 from parts of Rowan County, Surry County possesses a special charm and an engaging history in the northwest corner of the Tar Heel State--a heritage famous for rolling hills, autumn festivals, and the birthplace of "Mayberry," which attracts countless tourists and visitors each season to the county's 15 townships. This volume, containing over 200 black-and-white images, transports readers into the Surry County of yesteryear, a time when the county's unpaved roads echoed with a cadence of noisy wagons matched with the sounds of early automobiles. Through these historic photographs, readers will explore the landscape of a bygone era, from the 1880s through the 1930s, and travel through each of the county's townships: Franklin, Bryan, Elkin, Marsh, Dobson, Stewarts Creek, Mount Airy, Eldora, Rockford, Siloam, Shoals, Pilot, Long Hill, Westfield, and South Westfield. Surry County uncovers the personal side of the county's history by touching upon many elements of everyday life, from family gatherings, church services, various occupations, daily work on the farm, early rural schoolhouses, and people at play. These scenes serve as fitting testimony to Surry Countians' sheer will and determination to carve successful and lasting communities into this beautiful setting.

Montgomery County Law Reporter

Author: Freeland Gotwalts Hobson,John Weiler Bickel,Abraham Hunsicker Hendricks,Albert Rosenberger Place

Publisher: N.A


Category: Law

Page: N.A

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The Stones of Surry

Author: Charles H. Stone

Publisher: N.A


Category: North Carolina

Page: 499

View: 2817

Governor William Stone emigrated to Virginia from England before 1633 where he settled in Accomac County. He married Verlinda Cotton, the daughter of the widow Jane Cotton who had come to Virginia from Cheshire County, England. William and Verlinda were the parents of 7 children: Elizabeth, Thomas, Richard, John, Matthew, Mary and Catherine. William Stone's will is date 1659 and Verlinda Stone's will was proved in 1675. This history follows the descendants of William and Verlinda's third child, John. These descendants live in North Carolina, Tennessee and elsewhere.