Dick Duncan

The Story of a Boy who Loved Mischief, and how He was Cured of His Evil Habit

Author: Daniel Wise

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Dick Duncan

The Story of a Boy who Loved Mischief, and how He was Cured of His Evil Habit

Author: Daniel Wise

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Category: Archery

Page: 256

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Dick Duncan

The Story of a Boy who Loved Mischief, and how He was Cured of His Evil Habit

Author: Daniel Wise

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Dick Duncan

The Story of a Boy who Loved Mischief and how He was Cured of His Evil Habit

Author: Francis Forrester

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Page: 256

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Gilded Chain

A Tale Of The King's Blades

Author: Dave Duncan

Publisher: Harper Collins

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Category: Fiction

Page: 432

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As unwanted and rebellious boys, they find refuge in Ironhall....Years later they emerge as the finest swordsmen in the realm—A magical ritual of a sword through the heart binds each to his ward—if not the king himself, then to whomever else the monarch designates—with absolute loyalty.And the greatest Blade of them all was—and is—Sir Durendal. But a lifelong dream of protecting his beloved liege from enemies, traitors, and monsters is dashed to bits when Durendal is bonded till death to an effete noble fop at his king's orders. Yet Destiny has many strange and inscrutable plans for the young knight—for a mission, a contest, and, perhaps, a treasure await him in a faraway land. But he soon finds himself enmeshed in treason and foul intrigues, compelled to betray the king he had hoped to serve. The Blades have ways to protect their own, but death and madness haunt the path to salvation—and few ever return unscathed. As unwanted and rebellious boys, they find refuge in Ironhall....Years later they emerge as the finest swordsmen in the realm—A magical ritual of a sword through the heart binds each to his ward—if not the king himself, then to whomever else the monarch designates—with absolute loyalty. And the greatest Blade of them all was—and is—Sir Durendal. But a lifelong dream of protcting his beloved liege from enemies, traitors, and monsters is dashed to bits when Durendal is bonded till death to an effete noble fop at his king's orders. Yet Destiny has many strange and inscrutable plans for the young knight—for a mission, a contest, and, perhaps, a treasure await him in a faraway land. But he soon finds himself enmeshed in treasonand foul intrigues, compelled to betray the king he had hoped to serve. The Blades have ways to protect their own, but death and madness haunt the path to salvation—and few ever return unscathed.

Dick Duncan

A Story of a Boy who Loved Mischief ; and how He was Cured of His Evil Habit

Author: Daniel Wise

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The Lost Boy

Author: Duncan Staff

Publisher: Random House

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Category: True Crime

Page: 416

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Between 1963 and 1965 the Moors Murderers - Ian Brady and Myra Hindley - kidnapped and murdered five children before they were caught and sentenced to life in prison. The case shook the nation and has held us both horrified and fascinated for fifty years. Three of the children - Pauline Reade, John Kilbride and Lesley Ann Downey - were discovered in shallow graves on Saddleworth Moor. Edward Evans' body was found in their spare bedroom. The body of Keith Bennett has never been found. In the late nineties Myra Hindley contributed to a documentary on the murders, made by Duncan Staff. When she died in 2002 he was sent her unpublished papers. Drawing on this unique resource, and with the cooperation of the families of the victims, the police and expert witnesses, Duncan Staff is able to cast new light on the crimes, Hindley's relationship with Brady and her life in prison. And in this new edition of his bestselling book he is able to present, for the first time, compelling new evidence about the Moors murderers' system for hiding their victims' bodies.

Billy Topsail & Company

A Story for Boys

Author: Norman Duncan

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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Page: 120

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Norman Duncan was a late 19th and early 20th century journalist who also wrote historical travel novels and short stories, including popular books like Doctor Luke of the Labrador (1904)

Two Little Boys

Author: Duncan Sarkies

Publisher: Penguin Books

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Category: Catlins District (N.Z.)

Page: 281

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This book has got a lot of good bits. It's got bogans and penguins and toasted sandwiches and spotting knives. It's got a dead cat and an awesome climax. It's got a really little dolphin. It's got hundreds of hard-ons. It's got sea lions. It's got God. It's got a really cool lighthouse. When Nige runs over a Norwegian backpacker while attempting to save petrol, his life really turns to shit. He chucks the body in a nearby road works and runs to his best mate of fifteen years, Deano. Trouble is, Deano's not really the guy you should turn to in a crisis. This off-kilter tale of male camaraderie is a bizarre debacle from start to thrilling finish. A new and irreverent comedy by Duncan Sarkies, the writer of the movie Scarfies and the award-winning book Stray Thoughts and Nosebleeds.

A Very Principled Boy

The Life of Duncan Lee, Red Spy and Cold Warrior

Author: Mark A. Bradley

Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 384

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Duncan Chaplin Lee was a Rhodes Scholar, patriot, and descendent of one of America's most distinguished families -- and possibly the best-placed mole ever to infiltrate U.S. intelligence operations. In A Very Principled Boy intelligence expert and former CIA officer Mark A. Bradley traces the tangled roots of Lee's betrayal and reveals his harrowing struggle to stay one step ahead of America's spy hunters during and after World War II. Exposed to leftist politics while studying at Oxford, Lee became a committed, albeit covert, member of the Communist Party. After following William "Wild Bill Donovan to the newly formed Office of Strategic Services, Lee rose quickly through the ranks of the U.S. intelligence service -- and just as quickly gained value as a Communist spy. As one of the chief aides to the head of the OSS, Lee was uniquely well placed to pass sensitive information to his Soviet handlers, including the likely timeframe of the D-Day invasion and the names of OSS personnel under investigation for suspected communist affiliations. In 1945, one of Lee's former handlers confessed to the FBI and named Lee as a Soviet agent. For the next thirteen years, J. Edgar Hoover would tirelessly, but futilely, attempt to prove Lee's guilt. Despite being accused of treason in front of the House Un-American Activities Committee, the increasingly paranoid Lee miraculously escaped again and again. In a move to atone for what he had done, Lee later became a Cold Warrior in China, fighting Mao Zedong's communists. He died a free but conflicted man. In A Very Principled Boy, Bradley weaves a fast-paced cat-and-mouse tale of misguided idealism, high treason, and belated redemption. Drawing on Lee's letters and thousands of previously unreleased CIA, FBI, and State Department records, Bradley tells the unlikely story of a spy who chose his conscience over his country and its dark consequences.

Dick Duncan

The Story of a Boy Who Loved Mischief, and How He Was Cured of His Evil Habit

Author: Daniel Wise

Publisher: Palala Press

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Page: 272

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Guy Carlton

The Story of a Boy who Belonged to the "Try Company."

Author: Daniel Wise

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Page: 254

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The Adventures of Billy Topsail

A Story for Boys

Author: Norman Duncan

Publisher: New York ; Toronto : F. H. Revell Company

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Category: Adventure stories

Page: 327

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Time Lapse

Collapse

Author: John Harper

Publisher: Author House

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Category: Fiction

Page: 184

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TIME LAPSE: COLLAPSE is one of a three book series that tells the story of Duncan Duggard, a 14-year-old boy who lives with his grandparents in a small town in Michigan. A sensitive boy, Duncan is often bullied at school and sometimes experiences strange stoppages of time. After Duncan’s grandparents give him a beautiful silver amulet necklace as a birthday gift, Duncan is visited by the ghost of his late mother, who tells him that time itself is in danger of collapsing and that only he is the only one with the power to stop this catastrophe. Heeding his mother’s call, Duncan sets out on a series of amazing adventures that change both him and the world around him.

Frog Face and the Three Boys

Author: Don Trembath

Publisher: Orca Book Pub

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 157

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Principal "Frog Face" Duncan enrolls three boys with behavior problems--overweight, smart-mouthed Charlie Cairns, angry Sidney Martin, and shy Jeffrey Stewart--in his son Willie's karate class.