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Chapter Thirty-Seven: Abandoning the Past

William Griffon had been in Romania when he received the summons, standing in the ruins of Vladimir Serapus’ old fortress. When the last war began, the castle had become a prison for necromancers who had been captured, the most notable being the man who Griffon had arrived to visit: Andreas Macellan, former Arbiter of the Elder Conclave and later Griffon’s deputy in the ‘Shadow Conclave’ of necromancers. 1,437 more words


From Hollywood turf to Northland surf

Not many Northlanders can say they have been nominated for an Emmy, an Oscar and survived cancer but Tutukaka resident David Stevens isn’t your typical Northland bloke. 1,458 more words

A Town Like Alice

2015 maritime history book prize announced

The judging process for the 2015 Frank Broeze Memorial Maritime History Book Prize, sponsored jointly by the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) and the Australian Association for Maritime History (AAMH), is now complete. 822 more words


Plaque To Memorialize Runner Murdered By Mentally Ill Man

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Before committing suicide, the wife of runner David Stevens, who was killed at random by a mentally ill man in October, raised $1400 for a plaque to honor her husband. 142 more words