Tobacco Through The Smoke Screen

Author: Zachary Chastain
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1422293068
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In Tobacco: Through the Smoke Screen, you’ll learn the story of tobacco, its history, its role in culture, and its dangers.

Through The Smoke

Author: Kenneth Ha
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781985765320
Size: 26.91 MB
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A 11-year-old Californian boy, Kenneth Ha, writes about a beautiful friendship over the generations.

Smoke Dreams

Author: Michael D. Chavez
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781496986061
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Sitting at the campfire and burning pages from a diary given to him by an aged Chinese traveler, a story of their travels appears before him in the depths of a golden and yellow fire.

The Smoke

Author: Tony Broadbent
Publisher: MP Publishing
ISBN: 1849821682
Size: 27.41 MB
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In 'The Smoke', author Tony Broadbent captures the heartbeat of London and offers up a thrilling first mystery that marks him as a writer to watch.

The Smoke Of The Gods

Author: Eric Burns
Publisher: Temple University Press
ISBN: 9781592134823
Size: 28.95 MB
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No one knows how the natives consumed their tobacco that day. In all likelihood,
they inhaled the smoke conventionally, through their mouths, but it is also
possible that they took it in nasally. The latter was a practice of many tribes at the
time and would continue to be, in some parts of the New World, for years to come.
A smoker would use a hollow, Y-shaped cane, similar in appearance to a
slingshot but not as wide across the top. He would pack the top ends into his
nostrils and place ...

Shadow In The Smoke

Author: Jo A Hiestand
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc
ISBN: 150920363X
Size: 77.53 MB
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He paused, catching his breath, avoiding the silvery patch. Nothing moved in the
darkness. He jogged a few hundred yards farther and paused once more. No
sound came but his own ragged breathing. He considered going even farther up
the road when, to his right, the snap of a tree branch cracked the quiet. He spun
around and entered the wood. The night closed around him, inky black and
smothering. He pushed through the clumps of thistles and crashed past tree
branches that ...