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A Shorter Pier

Author: Josh Randal
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Story of a recovery drug addict and alcoholic. Threatens to kill his father. who was a principle of the High School that he had to attend as a child. The name of the school was named after a famous President during the civil war. Pranks students play on statues during the sixty's and 70's to prove a point. Comes back home 30 years later to make peace with him. The healing of a tormented past. Involving family secrets during 60's and 70's of military and political issues. When a principle gets assasinated by a disgruntled student - he questions his own purpose in life. It's never to late to get honest with the ones you love. How does one explain to the world about how precious reading and writing is in America? Spiritual literature is banned (crime) in over 50 countries in this world. When this nation was at war with Iraq, an Islamic woman gave this Author the Quran. The Grandson of an worldwide theologian, senior Naval Commander chaplain at the Naval academny when Isreal was formed in 1948. How precious are our freedoms. Over 80 percent of this book is true. The timing of Erik Hainstock's shooting at Casenova,Wisconsin and what this author saw. This book is more of a public record than it is a fictious story. ONLY IN AMERICA !!!!


Living a Lie

Author: Josephine Cox
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Is Kitty Marsh living a lie when she tries to keep her first love in the past? In Living a Lie, Josephine Cox weaves a heart-wrenching saga of a young woman leaving behind more than she bargained for. Perfect for fans of Kitty Neale and Dilly Court. In 1975 Lucinda Marsh throws herself in front of a speeding train leaving her twelve-year-old daughter Kitty alone, confused and abandoned - save for a selfish aunt, a violent father and her childhood sweetheart Harry Jenkins. When Kitty is sent to an orphanage after the death of her father, she meets Georgie, a lively cockney girl who, through the following difficult years, becomes her loyal friend. Convinced that her feelings for Harry will ruin the brilliant future that lies ahead of him, Kitty turns her back on his love. Together with Georgie, she strives to find fulfilment in other places and other relationships, but when fate throws her back together with Harry she begins to wonder if true love can ever die... What readers are saying about Living a Lie: 'This is a delightful story of friendship through thick and thin. There is plenty of heartache but also true romance... I personally consider this to be [Josephine Cox's] most well thought out and lovingly created masterpiece' 'The author drew me in to the plot from the first sentence...In this book you will find themes of coming of age, romance and strength through adversity' 'Couldn't put this book down. Emotional ups and downs and totally addictive'


Hammer Complete

Author: Howard Maxford
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Think you know everything there is to know about Hammer Films, the fabled “Studio that Dripped Blood?” The lowdown on all the imperishable classics of horror, like The Curse of Frankenstein, Horror of Dracula and The Devil Rides Out? What about the company’s less blood-curdling back catalog? What about the musicals, comedies and travelogues, the fantasies and historical epics—not to mention the pirate adventures? This lavishly illustrated encyclopedia covers every Hammer film and television production in thorough detail, including budgets, shooting schedules, publicity and more, along with all the actors, supporting players, writers, directors, producers, composers and technicians. Packed with quotes, behind-the-scenes anecdotes, credit lists and production specifics, this all-inclusive reference work is the last word on this cherished cinematic institution.


The Good the Bad the Difference

Author: Randy Cohen
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The man behind the New York Times Magazine’s immensely popular column “The Ethicist”–syndicated in newspapers across the United States and Canada as “Everyday Ethics”–casts an eye on today’s manners and mores with a provocative, thematic collection of advice on how to be good in the real world. Every week in his column on ethics, Randy Cohen takes on conundrums presented in letters from perplexed people who want to do the right thing (or hope to get away with doing the wrong thing), and responds with a skillful blend of moral authority and humor. Cohen’s wisdom and witticisms have now been collected in The Good, the Bad & the Difference, a collection of his columns as wise and funny as a combination of “Dear Abby,” Plato, and Mel Brooks. The columns are supplemented with second thoughts on (and sometimes complete reversals of) his original replies, follow-up notes on how his advice affected the actions of various letter writers, reactions from readers both pro and con, and observations from such “guest ethicists” as David Eggers and the author’s mom. Each chapter also features an “Ethics Pop Quiz,” and readers will be invited to post their answers on the book’s Web site. The best of them will appear in a future paperback edition of the book. The Good, the Bad & the Difference is divided into seven sections: •Civic Life (what we do in public) •Family Life (what we do at home) •Social Life (what we do in other people’s homes) •Commercial Life (what we do in situations where money is a factor) •Medical Life (the rights and obligations of patients and caregivers) •Work Life (ethics for the professional sphere) •School Life (moral questions from and about kids) Each section provides a window into how we live today, shedding light on the ways in which a more ethical approach to the decisions we make, and to our daily behavior, can make a big difference in how we feel about ourselves tomorrow.


Crosscurrents of Children s Literature

Author: John Daniel Stahl
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This volume combines a wide variety of primary texts with critical readings, examines the texts within the context of critical debates, explores the ways in which children's literature combines instruction and entertainment, oral and written traditions, words and pictures, fantasy and realism, classics and adaptations, and perspectives on childhood and adult life. It spans a wide range of literary periods, genres, and cultural traditions, and examines how these overlapping forms and genres, diverse influences, and evolving values and attitudes towards children and childhood have shaped the body of literature written for young adults and children.


Hard Lines

Author: Geoffrey Beattie
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Geoffrey Beattie examines the failures and the human cost of the de-industrialization of the British economy, especially in relation to the Northern regions of England during the Conservative administration's tenure during the 80s and 90s.


Script Tease

Author: Eric Nicol
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Why write in the first place, other than your grocery list? Eric Nicol believes it’s the second-most satisfying thing you can do lying down. But it’s not enough to want to write. You must need to write. Now, after more than seventy years of scribbling – he wrote for the school newspaper at Lord Byng High School in Vancouver, British Columbia – Eric holds forth on dangling participles, punctuation, and literary jargon. What’s more, he answers the burning question: "How much should creative writers depend on editors to correct their grammar?" Then Eric provides a wide selection of essays to demonstrate how it’s done. These include a dramatic demonstration of the chutzpah of a big Tom wild turkey and its harem on a B.C. Gulf Island, the discovery that Eric’s one-way-view window in the bathroom has been installed incorrectly, the trials and tribulations of computers and the creative process, and a riposte to the query, "Are nipples really necessary on guys?" Pure Nicol. Minted in Canada. Priceless!


Jury Verdicts Weekly

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For the Record

Author: Robert Drake
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More than just a collection of stories and essays by beloved writer Robert Drake, For the Record: A Robert Drake Reader is an introduction to the craft and art of short story writing, as the stories are accompanied by analyses of Drake as a short story writer and essayist.


Jesus He Can Save

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