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Finding Gunnar

Author: Andria Large
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Gunnar He has no idea who he is. What he does know is that he was stabbed, shot, and crushed under a wall when his unit was attacked when he was in the Army. Now, he's just trying to find his way. He's fucking angry and tired of dealing with his poor excuse of a life and am doing his best to drown his sorrows in the bottom of a bottle. The pieces of his forgotten life are reappearing and they terrify him more than the uncertain future ahead... Bowen He's a lot of things, but what he's not, is a babysitter. He has his own shit to deal with, let alone take care of a guy who barely knows who he is. Gunnar is his brother's best friend, and Bowen's former lover. So when his brother asks for a favor, he can't say no. What he wasn't expecting was the feelings that started happening when Gunnar needed his help. The vulnerability in his voice tugged at Bowen's heart. Although Gunnar has no memory of who he is, Bowen's getting glimpses of the man he used to be. He's hoping Gunnar will let Bowen help him find himself again. Otherwise, Bowen's afraid he'll be lost forever.


Oh My Stars

Author: Kenneth Carlson
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The biographies of Gunnar and May Carlson, a couple from Moline, Illinois whose wedding included Ronald Reagan, who lived through the Depression, served in World War II through Vietnam and became a general and his lady.


Gunnar Myrdal and America s Conscience

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Gunnar Myrdal's An American Dilemma (1944) influenced the attitudes of a generation of Americans on the race issue and established Myrdal as a major critic of American politics and culture. Walter Jackson explores how the Swedish Social Democratic scholar, policymaker, and activist came to shape a consensus on one of America's most explosive public issues.


One Night with the Viking

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"You don't understand what you do to me." His whole life, Gunnar has felt unworthy of love. Then one unforgettable night, his childhood sweetheart Kadlin offers herself to him. Knowing he will never truly deserve her, he leaves the next morning… The memories will have to last a lifetime. Kadlin was devastated when Gunnar left. Now, two years later, he returns, wounded from his battles across the sea. And Kadlin must decide whether to trust him again, and tell him about the true consequence of their one night together!


Harlequin Historical January 2016 Box Set 1 of 2

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Harlequin® Historical brings you three new titles for one great price, available now! This box set includes: FAMILIAR STRANGER IN CLEAR SPRINGS (Western) Heroes of San Diego by Kathryn Albright When Tom Barrington strolls back into her life, Elizabeth Morley can't believe it. He once broke her heart, and now he's back—more irresistible than ever! SCOUNDREL OF DUNBOROUGH (Medieval) The Knights' Prizes by Margaret Moore How will novice Celeste D'Orleau resist temptation when seeing her childhood hero Gerrard of Dunborough makes her dream of pleasures that will soon be forbidden? ONE NIGHT WITH THE VIKING (Viking) Viking Warriors by Harper St. George After two years of Kadlin yearning for Gunnar, now he's back. Can Kadlin learn to trust him and reveal the true consequence of their one night together? Look for 6 compelling new stories every month from Harlequin® Historical!


GO On the Geographies of Gunnar Olsson

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Since the early 1960s, the internationally acclaimed and highly distinguished Swedish geographer Gunnar Olsson has made substantial contributions to his own discipline. In addition, because of the transgressive nature of his work and writing, which often borders to art and philosophy, his ideas and approaches have reached a wider audience of those interested in the history and geography of ideas, culture and human reasoning. Olsson’s recent masterpiece, Abysmal, is a minimalist guide to the territory of Western culture. In it, he investigates how cartographical reason enables people to think about and navigate the abstract world of invisible human relations, in much the same way as they are able to study and traverse the physical Earth by using maps and mapping. This book presents a comprehensive introduction to, and overview of, the entire range of Olsson’s geography from the early days of spatial science to his contemporary engagement with, and critique of, cartographical reasoning. It includes selected samples of Olsson’s own writings, including rarities, together with a consolidated bibliography of his publications. It also contains critical engagements from leading scholars such as Michael Dear, Michael Watts, Chris Philo and Marcus Doel, with Olsson’s geography, from a variety of perspectives, which are particularly valuable to those readers who already know his work. It is structured and written in a way that makes Olsson’s geography accessible to a wide readership, including those who are not already familiar with Olsson’s work.


Kashgar Revisited Uyghur Studies in Memory of Ambassador Gunnar Jarring

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Contributions to the volume provide new insights into ongoing research into Uyghur history, linguistics and culture, while building on the scholarly legacy of Gunnar Jarring, the Swedish Turcologist and diplomat.


Making Artist Books Today

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OUT Gunnar and Bullet

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OUT: Gunnar and Bullet tells the tale of a powerful family re-emerging to fight for their kingdom after many years of hiding in a faraway land. Gunnar and Bullet work together--along with an assortment of compelling characters, ancient weapons, and even a few legendary creatures--to launch a rebel attack in hopes of reclaiming their king's rightful throne. Their journey takes them from tavern fights to dragon dens to sword fights in the king's arena. Along the way, they learn many truths, but none so important as this: even when today's battle is won, the war is far from over.


Social Referencing and the Social Construction of Reality in Infancy

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Integrating the perspectives of a number of disciplines, this work examines social referencing in infants within the broader contexts of cognition, social relations, and human society as a whole.