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  1. Chapter 3: Tracing the Ruling Elite’s Pedophile Bloodlust for Children from Antiquity to Today
  2. Book awards: New York Times bestseller
  3. Forthcoming children's and YA historical novels for - Historical Novel Society
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Cross Creek by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. The Days of Ofelia by Gertrude Diamant. Desert challenge by Richard Gordon Lillard. Dragon Seed by Pearl S. The drums of morning by Philip Van Doren Stern. Floods of Springs by Henry Bellamann. Frenchman's Creek by Daphne Du Maurier. Frontier Passage by Ann Bridge. Get Tough by W.

GI Joe by Dave Breger. Hostages by Stefan Heym. The Hour Before the Dawn by W. Somerset Maugham. The Illustrious Dunderheads by Rex Stout. Islandia by Austin Tappan Wright.

Chapter 3: Tracing the Ruling Elite’s Pedophile Bloodlust for Children from Antiquity to Today

Kings Row by Henry Bellamann. The long ships passing : the story of the Great Lakes by Walter Havighurst. Look to the Mountain by LeGrand Cannon. Lost Chords by Douglas Gilbert. Makers of mathematics by Alfred Hooper. Meet me in St. Louis by Sally Benson. Memories of Happy Days by Julien Green. Men At War by Ernest Hemingway. Mud on the Stars by William Bradford Huie. Night Shift by Maritta Wolff. No Surrender by Martha Albrand. One Small Candle by Cecil Roberts. Only the Stars are Neutral by Quentin Reynolds. Past Imperfect by Ilka Chase. The Pink Camellia by Temple Bailey.

Prelude to Victory by James B. The problems of lasting peace by Herbert Hoover. The Prodigal Women by Nancy Hale. Queen of the Flat-Tops by Stanley Johnston. Quicksilver by Fitzroy Davis. The Raft by Robert Trumbull. Report from Tokyo; a message to the American people by Joseph C. Retreat to victory by Allan A. Rivers of Glory by F. The road we are traveling, ; guide lines to America's future by Stuart Chase.

The Robe by Lloyd C. The secret war against America by Michael Sayers. The Seventh Cross by Anna Seghers. The Song of Bernadette by Franz Werfel. Storm Over the Land by Carl Sandburg. Suez to Singapore by Cecil Brown. Tacey Cromwell by Conrad Richter. Tap Roots by James H. They Were Expendable by W. This is the enemy by Frederick Cable Oechsner. Thorofare by Christopher Morley. The Three Bamboos by Robert Standish. Thunder in Heaven by Armine von Tempski. Time of Peace by Ben Ames Williams. The Uninvited by Dorothy Macardle. Until the Day Break by Louis Bromfield.

The Valley of Decision by Marcia Davenport. De Seversky. The Vineyard by Idwal Jones. Washington is like that by W. West with the Night by Beryl Markham. Windswept by Mary Ellen Chase. My Darling from the Lions by Edita Morris. Abundant Living by E. Stanley Jones. Against this rock, by Louis Zara. Also the Hills by Frances Parkinson Keyes. And So to Bedlam by Marguerite Lyon. The Arm and the Darkness by Taylor Caldwell.

As You Were by Alexander Woollcott. The autobiography of a curmudgeon by Harold L. Battle for the Solomons by Ira Wolfert. The Bayous of Louisiana by Harnett T. Benchley Beside Himself by Robert Benchley. Between Tears and Laughter by Lin Yutang. Between the Thunder and the Sun by Vincent Sheean. Black-Out in Gretley by J.

Blind date with Mars by Alice-Leone Moats. The Bradshaws of Harniss by Joseph C. Burma surgeon by Gordon Stifler Seagrave. Capricornia by Xavier Herbert. Centennial Summer by Albert E. Citizen Tom Paine by Howard Fast. Colonel Effingham's Raid by Berry Fleming. Colour Scheme by Ngaio Marsh. George Saunders. Congo song by Stuart Cloete. The Conspirators by Frederic Prokosch. Country Cured by Homer Croy.

Dawn Over the Amazon by Carleton Beals. Drivin' woman by Elizabeth Pickett Chevalier. The Duke by Richard Aldington. Equinox by Allan Seager. Exchange ship, by Max Hill. Excuse My Dust by Bellamy Partridge. Experiment Perilous by Margaret Carpenter. Falange: the Axis secret army in the Americas by Allan Chase. The Fall of Paris by Ilja Ehrenburg. Father and Glorious Descendant by Pardee Lowe. The Forest and the Fort by Hervey Allen. The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand. The Free Man by Conrad Richter. Generation of Vipers: newly annotated by the author by Philip Wylie.

George W. Littlefield, Texan by J. Evetts Haley. Georgia Boy by Erskine Caldwell. Germany's master plan; the story of industrial offensive by Joseph Borkin. Giants gone; men who made Chicago by Ernest Poole. Gideon Planish by Sinclair Lewis. Gilbert Keith Chesterton by Maisie Ward. I Give You Texas! Good Intentions by Ogden Nash. Government by Assassination by Hugh Byas. Great Smith by Edison Marshall. Guadalcanal Diary by Richard Tregaskis. Happy Land by MacKinlay Kantor. Harriet, a play in three acts by Florence Ryerson.

Headhunting in the Solomon islands around the Coral sea by Caroline Mytinger. Henry W. Grady, spokesman of the New South by Raymond B. The Human Comedy by William Saroyan. Hungry Hill by Daphne du Maurier. Jefferson, the road to glory, to by Marie Goebel Kimball. Journal for Josephine by Robert Nathan. Journey Among Warriors by Eve Curie.

Journey in the Dark by Martin Flavin. Journey into America by Donald Culross Peattie. Kate Fennigate by Booth Tarkington. Katherine Christian by Hugh Walpole. Late and Soon by E. Life in a Putty Knife Factory by H. Allen Smith. Long, Long Ago by Alexander Woollcott. Love at First Flight by Charles Spalding. Mama's Bank Account by Kathryn Forbes. Men in Motion by Henry J. Moment of truth, a realistic examination of our war situation by Charles Sweeny. Moscow dateline, by Henry C.

Mother Russia by Maurice Hindus. Justice Holmes by Francis Biddle. Lincoln's Wife by Anne Colver. Parkington by Louis Bromfield. My Native Land by Louis Adamic. My war with Japan by Carroll Duard Alcott. Naturalist at large by Thomas Barbour. November storm by Jay McCormick. Number One by John Dos Passos. Old Nameless by Sidney Shalett. One World by Wendell L. Only the Valiant by Charles Marquis Warren. Paris-Underground by Etta Shiber. Peace and war United States foreign policy, by Department of State.

Penhallow by Georgette Heyer. Preview of History by Raymond Gram Swing. The Promise by Pearl S. Queens Die Proudly by W. The republic; conversations on fundamentals by Charles A. Retreat with Stilwell by Jack Belden. Retreat, Hell! Roughly Speaking by Louise Randall Pierson. I saw the fall of the Philippines by Carlos P. See what I mean? A sense of humus by Bertha Damon.

Seven came through; Rickenbacker's full story by Eddie Rickenbacker. The shining trail by Iola Fuller. The Ship by C. So Little Time by John P. The Soong Sisters by Emily Hahn. The spirit of enterprise by Edgar M. The Story of Dr. Wassell by James Hilton. Strawberry betyder smultron by Marie-Louise Wallin. Suds in Your Eye by Mary Lasswell. A Surgeon's World by Max Thorek.

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Survival by Phyllis Bottome. Thunderhead by Mary O'Hara. Thurber's men, women, and dogs, a book of drawings with a preface by Dorothy Parker by James Thurber. Tokyo record by Otto D. Tomorrow the World by James Gow. A treasury of science by Harlow Shapley. The Trespassers by Laura Z. Trio by Dorothy Baker. The Walsh Girls by Elizabeth Janeway. What about Germany? Wide is the Gate by Upton Sinclair. Winter's Tales by Isak Dinesen. The Young Matriarch by G. Absent in the Spring by Mary Westmacott. America unlimited by Eric A.

Anna and the King of Siam by Margaret Landon. Argentine Diary by Ray Josephs. Baby Doctor by Isaac A. Barnaby and Mr. Bedford Village by Hervey Allen. The Bedside Esquire by Arnold Gingrich. Being Met Together by Vaughan Wilkins. A Bell for Adano by John Hersey. Black Mail by Henry Hoke. Blessed are the meek, a novel about St. Francis of Assisi by Zofia Kossak. The Bolinvars by Marguerite F. Bonin: a novel by Robert Standish. Boston Adventure by Jean Stafford. Brave Men by Ernie Pyle. The Building of Jalna by Mazo de la Roche. Bureaucracy Runs Amok by Lawrence Sullivan. By valour and arms by James H.

Caesar and Christ by Will Durant. China To Me by Emily Hahn. Cluny Brown by Margery Sharp. The columnists by Charles Fisher. The coming struggle for peace by andre visson. The Curtain Rises by Quentin Reynolds. D day by John Gunther. Dear Sir by Juliet Lowell. Deep Delta Country by Harnett T.

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Dinner at Omar Khayyam's by George Mardikian. The dove brings peace by Richard Hagopian. Dragonwyck by Anya Seton. Duel in the Sun by Niven Busch. Earth and High Heaven by Gwethalyn Graham. An intimate study of a great man by Dimitri Marianoff. Fabulous New Orleans by Lyle Saxon. Fair Stood the Wind for France by H. The Final Hour by Taylor Caldwell.

Flint by Charles G. Forever Amber by Kathleen Winsor. Freedom Road by Howard Fast. The Fuhrer by Konrad Heiden. The gay illiterate by Louella O. The Ghost Talks by Charles Michelson. Good-bye, Mr. Chippendale by T. Green Dolphin Street by Elizabeth Goudge. The Green Years by A. A guide for the bedevilled by Ben Hecht. Hackberry Cavalier by George Sessions Perry. Hallelujah by Fannie Hurst. The Heart of Jade by Salvador de Madariaga. Hotel Berlin by Vicki Baum. Introducing Africa by Carveth Wells. Invasion Diary by Richard Tregaskis.

The labyrinth by Cecil Roberts. Lake Huron by Fred Landon. Lake Michigan by Milo Milton Quaife. Lake Superior by Grace Lee Nute. Land I have chosen by Ellin Berlin. Lebanon by Caroline Miller. Lee's Lieutenants, Vol. Left Hand, Right Hand! Stettinius, Jr. The letters of Alexander Woollcott by Alexander Woollcott.

Liana by Martha Gellhorn. The Loom of Language by Frederick Bodmer. Lost in the Horse Latitudes by H. Lost Island by James Norman Hall. The Lost Weekend by Charles Jackson. The Love Letters by Chris Massie. Lusty Wind for Carolina by Inglis Fletcher. Man in the Shower by Peter Arno. McGraw of the Giants by Frank Graham. Men of Maryknoll by James Keller. Papa Was a Preacher by Alyene Porter. Pastoral by Nevil Shute. People on our side by Edgar Snow.

Persons and places by George Santayana. Presidential Agent by Upton Sinclair. Ranger Mosby by Virgil Carrington Jones. The Razor's Edge by W. The red cock crows by Frances Gaither. Ride with Me by Thomas B. Rivers of the Eastern Shore by Hulbert Footner. Royal Street; a novel of old New Orleans. Adolphe Roberts. Samuel Johnson by Joseph Wood Krutch. Say I to myself; the artistry of self-management by Phillips Endicott Osgood.

Shark's fins and millet by Ilona Ralf Sues. Shore Leave by Frederic Wakeman. The Signpost by E. Arnot Robertson. Silly girl, a portrait of personal remembrance by Angna Enters. Simone by Lion Feuchtwanger. Social planning by frontier thinkers by Matthew Page Andrews. The St. Louis Cardinals by Frederick G. Strange Fruit by Lillian Smith. Such Interesting People by Robert J. Suds in Your Eye [play] by Jack Kirkland. Sun in their eyes : a novel of Texas in by Monte Barrett. Taps for Private Tussie by Jesse Stuart.

Target : Germany : the U. Ten years in Japan: A contemporary record drawn from the diaries and private and official papers of Joseph G. These are the times, a novel by Clare Jaynes. This created world by Theodore Parker Ferris. The Time for Decision by Sumner Welles. Time must have a stop by Aldous Huxley. A Treasury of American Folklore by B. Try and Stop Me by Bennett Cerf. Unfinished Business by Stephen Bonsal.

Victoria Grandolet by Henry Bellamann. A Walk in the Sun by Harry Brown. Watching the World by Raymond Clapper. The Weeping Wood by Vicki Baum. Wingate's Raiders by Charles James Rolo. Winter Wheat by Mildred Walker. Yankee from Olympus by Catherine Drinker Bowen. You're only human once by Grace Moore. Your Kids and Mine by Joe E. Woollcott, his life and his world by Samuel Hopkins Adams. Against These Three by Stuart Cloete. American Guerrilla in the Philippines by Ira Wolfert.

The Anatomy of Peace by Emery Reves. Apartment in Athens by Glenway Wescott. The Ballad and the Source by Rosamond Lehmann. Battle below; the war of the submarines by Robert J. The best is yet by Morris L. Black Boy by Richard Wright. The Black Rose by Thomas B. The Blue Danube by Ludwig Bemelmans.

The Brick Foxhole by Richard Brooks. Buffalo Coat by Carol Ryrie Brink. Captain from Castile by Samuel Shellabarger. Cass Timberlane by Sinclair Lewis. Combustion on Wheels by David L. Coming Home by Lester Cohen. Commodore Hornblower by C. Connie Mack, grand old man of baseball, by Frederick G. Cradle of the Storms by Bernard Rosecrans Hubbard. Daisy Kenyon by Elizabeth Janeway.

Dan Sickles by Edgcumb Pinchon. Days and Nights by Konstantine Simonov. Democracy under pressure; special interests vs the public welfare; guide lines to America's future as reported to the Twentieth century fund by Stuart Chase. Dragon Harvest by Upton Sinclair. Dwight D. Eisenhower: Soldier of Democracy by Kenneth S. Ever After by Elswyth Thane. Norris by George W. Flight to Everywhere by Ivan Dmitri. Freedom is more than a word by Marshall Field. The Gashouse gang and a couple of other guys by J. Roy Stockton. The Gauntlet by James H. Eisenhower by Alden Hatch.

The gentlemen talk of peace by William B. The German talks back by Heinrich Hauser. The Great Lakes by Harlan Hatcher. Great Son by Edna Ferber. High Time by Mary Lasswell. Home to India by Santha Rama Rau. How dear to my heart by Emily Kimbrough. Image of Josephine by Booth Tarkington. An intelligent American's guide to the peace by Sumner Welles. January Thaw by Bellamy Partridge.

Jennifer's House by Christine Noble Govan. King in Prussia by Rafael Sabatini. Lake Erie by Harlan Hatcher. Lake Ontario by Arthur Pound. Leave cancelled by Nicholas Monsarrat. The life of the heart; George Sand and her times by Frances Winwar. Lovely is the Lee by Robert Gibbings. Lower than angels by Walter Karig. The Manatee by Nancy Bruff. Marta of Muscovy : the fabulous life of Russia's first empress by Phil Stong.

The middle span by George Santayana. Most Secret by Nevil Shute. A Nation of Nations by Louis Adamic.


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Now that April's there by Daisy Neumann. Smith by Quentin Reynolds. On a note of triumph by Norman Corwin. Party Line by Louise Baker. The Perennial Philosophy by Aldous Huxley. Philadelphia, holy experiment by Maxwell Struthers Burt. Pipe Night by John O'Hara. Pleasant Valley by Louis Bromfield. Portrait of a Marriage by Pearl S. Curtis Jr. Pride's Way by Robert Molloy. Put off thy shoes by Ethel Voynich. Repent in Haste by John P. Report from Red China by Harrison Forman. Report on the Russians by William Lindsay White. Rooster crows for day by Ben Lucien Burman. The Sad Sack by George Baker.

Saints and Strangers by George F. The Scarlet Lily by Edward F. September Remember by Eliot Taintor. Silversides by Robert Trumbull. Sixty million jobs by Henry Agard Wallace. So Well Remembered by James Hilton. Solution in Asia by Owen Lattimore. Story of a Secret State by Jan Karski. A Texan in England by J. Frank Dobie.

These are the Russians by Richard Edward Lauterbach. They Dream of Home by Niven Busch. The Thurber Carnival by James Thurber. Tomorrow's House by George Nelson. The townsman by Pearl S. The Troubled Midnight by John Gunther. Two Solitudes by Hugh MacLennan.

Up Front by Bill Mauldin. The upstart by Edison Marshall. The Vigil of a Nation by Lin Yutang. Walkin' Preacher of the Ozarks by Guy Howard. The Wayfarers by Dan Wickenden. The White Deer by James Thurber. The Wide House by Taylor Caldwell. Wife to Mr. Milton by Robert Graves. You and I by Myron Brinig. Young Bess by Margaret Irwin. The young Jefferson, by Claude Gernade Bowers.

The adventures of Wesley Jackson by William Saroyan. Alexander Hamilton by Nathan Schachner. Alexander of Macedon by Harold Lamb. The American by Howard Fast. Arch of Triumph by Erich Maria Remarque. Balzac: A Biography by Stefan Zweig. Battle Stations! Before the sun goes down by Elizabeth Metzger Howard. Bell Timson by Marguerite Steen. Bernard Clare by James T. Beyond the Sound of Guns by Emilie Loring. The Border Lord by Jan Westcott.

Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh. Britannia Mews by Margery Sharp. The Bulwark by Theodore Dreiser. Burma surgeon returns by Gordon Stifler Seagrave. Captain Grant by Shirley Seifert. The Chicago Cubs by Warren Brown. Chloe Marr by A. I Chose Freedom by Victor Kravchenko. Dahl's Boston by Francis W. The Dark Wood by Christine Weston. David the King by Gladys Schmitt. Deborah by Marian Castle. Delta Wedding by Eudora Welty. Diario by Galeazzo Ciano. Dinner at the White House by Louis Adamic. Driftwood valley by Theodora C. Duchess Hotspur by Rosamond Marshall.

Earth could be fair, a chronicle by Pierre Van Paassen. East River by Sholem Asch. Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt. The Fall of Valor by Charles Jackson. Fanfare for Elizabeth by Edith Sitwell. The first freedom by Morris Leopold Ernst. Focus by Arthur Miller. The Foxes of Harrow by Frank Yerby.

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The Friendly Persuasion by Jessamyn West. From the top of the stairs by Gretchen Damrosch Finletter. General Wainwright's Story by Jonathan M. The great globe itself by William C. The Happy Profession by Ellery Sedgwick. Happy the Land by Louise Dickinson Rich. Hiroshima by John Hersey. The Hucksters by Frederic Wakeman. Impresario; a memoir by Sol Hurok. In a Dark Garden by Frank G. Independent People by Halldor Laxness. The Islanders by Elizabeth Foster. It's how you take it by George Colket Caner. The King's General by Daphne du Maurier.

Last chapter by Ernie Pyle. The Life Line by Phyllis Bottome. The life of Oscar Wilde by Hesketh Pearson. Lord Hornblower by C. The Lowells and their seven worlds by Ferris Greenslet.

Man-Eaters of Kumaon by Jim Corbett. The Meeting of East and West by F. Memoirs of Hecate County by Edmund Wilson. Mister Roberts by Thomas Heggen. Mistress Masham's Repose by T. Lincoln's Camera Man: Mathew B. Brady by Roy Meredith. Palmer's Honey by Fannie Cook. Night and the City by Gerald Kersh. Nightmare Alley by William Lindsay Gresham.

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The Old Country by Sholom Aleichem. One Nation by Wallace Stegner. Out on a Limb by Louise Baker. Past All Dishonor by James M. Pavillion of Women by Pearl S. Peace of mind by Joshua Loth Liebman. The Perilous Fight by Neil H. Pikes Peak or Bust by Earl Wilson.

Plantation parade; the grand manner in Louisiana by Harnett T. The Plotters by John Roy Carlson. Return to Jalna by Mazo de la Roche. Reveille for Radicals by Saul Alinsky. Rhubarb by H. The River by Rumer Godden. River of Years, an autobiography. The Scarlet Tree by Osbert Sitwell. Singing Waters by Ann Bridge. Skinny angel by Thelma Jones. So This is Peace by Bob Hope. Spoonhandle by Ruth Moore. Open Preview See a Problem? Manchester by Jessie Tan. Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Return to Book Page. Preview — Mr. When Alan Derringer brings home a jewelry box, a dark ambiance engulf the entire neighborhood. One by one, the residents start to have terrifying experiences as they try to make sense of what is happening. Over a period of nine days, each resident have their own personal encounter with the dark secre When Alan Derringer brings home a jewelry box, a dark ambiance engulf the entire neighborhood. Over a period of nine days, each resident have their own personal encounter with the dark secret of the old Forrestal place.

Will they be able to overcome the resurrected evil?