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Billy Brown I Ll Tell Your Mother

Author : Bill Brown
ISBN : 9781409122777
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A riveting and hugely entertaining memoir of post-war London told through the eyes of a hilariously opportunistic little boy. By the time he was ten years old, Billy Brown was running a successful little business on the black market: whatever you needed, from bricks and firewood to dress material or machetes, Billy Brown could get it - or knew a man who could. And, for the right price, he would deliver it direct to your door in an old carriage pram. With energy and insight, Billy Brown paints a vivid and lively picture of Britain emerging from the ruins of the war, the hunger for opportunity, the growing pace of modernisation and the pride and optimism that held communities together. Londoners were intent on getting themselves back on their feet, and it provided the perfect opportunity for a boy with ambition and a lively imagination. Born in Brixton, south London, in 1942, Billy Brown was a lovable scamp with a nose for mischief. Left to his own devices while both his parents went out to work, if there was trouble to be had Billy would be in the thick of it. Ignoring the shaking of fists from his neighbours, his mother's scoldings and the regular thwack of the cane on his bottom at school, Billy wheeled and dealed, charmed Woolies' Girls, planned coronation celebrations, ran circles around circus performers and persuaded villains to work on his terms.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Schooldays Program Book

Author : Kathleen Eiland
ISBN : UOM:39015059387855
Genre : Children's plays
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Category: Children's plays

The Agatha Principle And Other Mystery Stories

Author : Elizabeth Elwood
ISBN : 9781475904444
Genre : Fiction
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The least likely person is the killer, and no one is really who they seem. So Jordan Hope tells his cast as they prepare to rehearse Agatha Christies The Mousetrap. However, Jordan does not realize that, nearby, in the snowy streets of Gastown, a real murder has taken place. By the time the show is over, another will die and The Agatha Principle will strike again. In her fourth book featuring the Beary family, Elizabeth Elwood delivers another thoroughly satisfying collection. The Agatha Principle is followed by seven cleverly crafted shorter stories with a variety of settings. In The Man in the Cage, a child falls into deadly peril at the 2010 Winter Olympics; a dramatic historical mystery dating back to the War of 1812 is featured in Tragedy at The Oaks, and the book closes on a delightfully light-hearted note as the Bearys visit Vancouvers Bright Nights and solve The Mystery of the Christmas Train. With intriguing puzzles to challenge the reader and an engaging story of a charming heroine whose relationship with a Vancouver detective is as captivating as the cases they solve together, The Agatha Principle and Other Mystery Stories is a must for lovers of classic mystery fiction.
Category: Fiction

A Silent Cry For My Children

Author : Jeannie Breedwell
ISBN : 9781503567696
Genre : Fiction
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This book is about two little girls who were taken in the night. Susie was taken while waiting for her mom to come home from work. It was late. Her babysitter dropped her off at her home. Her mom had something to do. She was running late. A couple of people heard Susie’s cries but did not go to see what was making so much noise. They were sorry the next day when they heard the sad news. The little girl they had seen playing in her yard so many times was gone. The time was passing by so fast. Where was that little girl? It was so sad. It seemed as though the world stopped turning for everyone. They missed her. Their mind was on little Susie when another child went missing. Jeanie’s brother found her missing, but her mom told her to pray if anything happened to her. She did, and the cops found little Jeanie, alive and well, with a story no one could believe. Many people were brought to jail, but there was still no answer to the case. Who did it?
Category: Fiction

Drumore Echoes Stories From Upstream

Author : Tom Smith
ISBN : 9781465392749
Genre : History
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If Abner Musser hadn’t run out of sons, his neighbors say, The Buck would have been as big as Pittsburgh in another 10 years. This area in Southern Lancaster County reminds me more and more of the region just east of Lancaster. I suppose the words that condense this thought could be: Bird-In-Hand gained, Paradise lost. Quote from Robert Risk: “Death does not end all-it begins everything.” If Ma Garner heard a ruckus outside her house at night she raised her bedroom window, shot once, then opened fire with an arsenal of words that may have stung worse than the shotgun pellets. The resourceful human mind has developed to strive for the betterment of mankind, yet the human spirit has evidently never abandoned the cave. At Woodstock there were numerous drug busts, at our gathering all drugs were handed out before the meal.
Category: History

Candace

Author : Candace Brown Bey
ISBN : 9781465331908
Genre : Drama
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What do you see when you look at me? Do you see a daughter? A sister? A cousin? A friend? A mother? A granddaughter? An aunt? A niece? Or do you see a murderer? A liar? As crazy ? A whore? A cheater? A bitch? Robber? A hustler? Dumb? A victim or a survivor.
Category: Drama

Racing Pigs And Giant Marrows

Author : Harry Pearson
ISBN : 9780349139708
Genre : Travel
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Following his acclaimed book about football in the north-east,THE FAR CORNER, Harry Pearson vowed that his next project would not involve hanging around outdoors on days so cold that itinerant dogs had to be detached from lamp-posts by firemen. It would be about the summer: specifically, about a summer of shows and fairs in the north of England. Encompassing such diverse talents as fell-running, tupperware-boxing and rabbit fancying (literally), and containing many more jokes about goats than is legal in the Isle of Man, Racing Pigs and Giant Marrows is without doubt the only book in existence to explain the design faults of earwigs and expose English farmers' fondness for transvestism. Warm, wise and very funny, it confirms increasing suspicions that Harry Pearson is really quite good.
Category: Travel