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Ambitious New Novel About the Mary Todd Lincoln Trial -- Nancy Schleifer's Fictional Debut Chronicles the Former First Lady's Rescue From an Insanity Institution
COCONUT GROVE, Fla., Feb. 19, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Against the rich background of post-Civil War Chicago, A Warrant For Mrs. Lincoln blends a unique cast of historical and fictional characters whose lives intertwine during the insanity trial of Abraham Lincoln's widow. The powerful historical context includes the Lincoln assassination; the Chicago fire; Mrs. Lincoln's trial; her interment in the Bellevue institution in Batavia, Illinois; and the valiant rescue of Mrs. Lincoln by Myra Bradwell, the first woman denied admission to the practice of law by the United States Supreme Court. The entire story is told by fictional narrator, Helen Waite, who also recounts her own enduring and frustrated love story in this passionate, literary, and page-turning novel.
Romance, Passion, and Spirituality -- New Poetry Book Expresses Author's Personal Path to Wholeness
MOORPARK, Calif., Feb. 19, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- From time to time, people get lost when it comes to romance, religion, and emotions. Each person has his or her own experiences of confusion or inferiority and these only make them want to bounce back. People who seek direction or want their lives to go up and running can do so by reading David S. Bell's new book titled Foreplay to Afterglow for the Soul, an enlightening poetry book.
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Global Developments Files Complaint Against World Hockey Association in Nevada Federal Court
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb. 19, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Global Developments Inc. (Pink Sheets:GDVM), a publicly traded company, has filed a complaint in the United States District Court, District of Nevada against the World Hockey Association Corp. (Pink Sheets:WHKA), a junior hockey league, alleging, among other causes of action, irregularities in the issuance of approximately 200,000,000 shares to management and other insiders over the past few months. The Complaint also names WHKA's officers and directors, William Richard Smith, Robert Hull and Peter Young, as individual defendants.