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By (author) J Melton Wienecke. Publisher Baker Books. Publication City/Country United States. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). ISBN13 9780801095498. Categories: Biblical Studies & Exegesis. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
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Marliss Melton is the author of over twenty bestselling and award-winning novels & novellas about truly heroic men, past and present. She is best known for her military romantic suspense novels featuring Navy SEALs. Her SEAL books come in two series, Navy SEAL Team 12 (published by Grand Central) and The Echo Platoon series (published by e-Publishing Works!) Both series include a number of novellas, published by James-York Press. Marliss has also written medieval romance and has co-authored the Warriors of York series with Sydney Jane Baily
Henriette Wienecke née Stadfeldt (Frederikshald, Norway, March 13, 1819 – Charlottenlund, Gentofte, April 18, 1907) was a Norwegian-Danish composer. She hosted a religious-musical salon and composed psalms from the 1850s onward
Henriette Wienecke née Stadfeldt (Frederikshald, Norway, March 13, 1819 – Charlottenlund, Gentofte, April 18, 1907) was a Norwegian-Danish composer. She hosted a religious-musical salon and composed psalms from the 1850s onward. She was born to the official Asgeir Johnson Stadfeldt (1786-1831) and Anna Bruun Tordenskjold (1781-1848) in 1819. She married the singer Friedrich Ferdinand Wienecke (1809-1877) in 1834.
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Publisher: Baker Book House; Undated edition (1974)
Pages: 120 pages