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Brewed Awakening

Author : Cleo Coyle
ISBN : 9780451488886
Genre : Fiction
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From Cleo Coyle, the New York Times bestselling author of Dead Cold Brew, comes a delicious new entry in the “fun and gripping” (Huffington Post) Coffeehouse Mysteries. When coffeehouse manager Clare Cosi awakens on a bench in Washington Square Park, she has no idea she's been missing for the past week, or that her friends and family have been frantic with worry. Now that she's back, everyone is overjoyed, including a handsome NYPD detective who claims to be her fiancé. But to Mike Quinn's crushing distress, Clare doesn't remember him, or much of anything about the last decade of her life. Clare's missing memory is tied to a crime she witnessed. An acquaintance of Clare's elegant employer—and fellow member of an exclusive Gotham circle known as “The Ladies Who Brunch”—invited Clare to her posh hotel to sample gourmet wedding cakes. The pair took a stroll after their indulgent tasting and, according to security camera footage, a masked figure snatched the hotel heiress at gunpoint with Clare looking on. Did the kidnapper take Clare, too? The camera went dark, just like Clare's memory. Soon authorities grow suspicious. Is Clare really a victim? Or merely acting like one? Evidence is mounting that she set the woman up. To clear her name, Clare must find a way to reclaim her memories and rescue the heiress before this high-stakes crime ends in tragedy. Otherwise, instead of walking down the aisle, Clare may find herself perp-walking to prison as an accomplice to kidnapping and murder.
Category: Fiction

Brewed Awakening

Author : Joshua M. Bernstein
ISBN : 1402778643
Genre : Cooking
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Fine wine has always had its expert guides to taste and terroir. Why not beer? Funky, young, and smart, this is the ultimate beer geek's companion, covering everything from the homebrew renaissance to nanobreweries to many of America's preeminent beer events and festivals. There's a revolution brewing among craft beer makers: They're reviving long-forgotten recipes, dosing brews with wild yeasts to create new flavors, and using organic grains and hops to forge a delicious new frontier of beer. And no one's better equipped to tell us what's happening than Joshua M. Bernstein, former Gourmet.com writer and one of the world's foremost beer experts. He covers all of today's top trends, including high-alcohol, bourbon barrel-aged, cask-conditioned, and even gluten-free beers. Designed to look just like Joshua's notebook and featuring labels and photos, this extreme guide is a one-stop shop for cutting-edge beer technology, taste, and information.
Category: Cooking

The Philosophy Of Luck

Author : Duncan Pritchard
ISBN : 9781119030577
Genre : Philosophy
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"First published as Metaphilosophy volume 45, nos. 4-5 (October 2014), except for 'Luck as risk and the lack of control account of luck,' first published in Metaphilosophy volume 46, no. 2 (January 2015)"--Title page vers
Category: Philosophy

Craft Obsession

Author : Jeff Rice
ISBN : 9780809335282
Genre : Cooking
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Craft introductions -- Craft interruptions -- Craft networks -- Craft terroir -- Craft delivery -- Craft tracings -- Craft sharing -- Craft obsession
Category: Cooking

Tampa Bay Beer

Author : Mark DeNote
ISBN : 9781625854049
Genre : History
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More than thirty breweries currently call the Tampa Bay area home. With a history that spans a century, the brewing industry has experienced highs and lows. The end of Prohibition allowed more to join in on the brewers' art. Anheuser-Busch's emergence as a powerhouse caused a decades-long lull in craft brewing beginning in the 1960s. From the ceremonial brewing vessels of native peoples to the sleek brewhouses of modern craft brewers, the Bay area is a shining example of the developing trade. Author Mark DeNote recaps the sudsy history of beer makers in the Big Guava.
Category: History

The Audacity Of Hops

Author : Tom Acitelli
ISBN : 9781613743966
Genre : Cooking
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Charting the birth and growth of craft beer across the United States, Tom Acitelli offers an epic, story-driven account of one of the most inspiring and surprising American grassroots movements. In 1975, there was a single craft brewery in the United States; today there are more than 2,000. Now this once-fledgling movement has become ubiquitous nationwide—there's even a honey ale brewed at the White House. This book not only tells the stories of the major figures and businesses within the movement, but it also ties in the movement with larger American culinary developments. It also charts the explosion of the mass-market craft beer culture, including magazines, festivals, home brewing, and more. This entertaining and informative history brims with charming, remarkable stories, which together weave a very American business tale of formidable odds and refreshing success.
Category: Cooking

The Missing Madonna

Author : Sister Carol Anne O'Marie
ISBN : 1429907584
Genre : Fiction
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Sister Mary Helen is sinfully good at snooping through the San Francisco fog. Now a fellow OWL (Older Woman's League) member has disappeared. The police believe Erma Duran simply flew the coop, but Sister feels a Higher Authority pushing her to investigate. A gold medal entangled in Erma's bedsprings and a cryptic clue to a Byzantine madonna deepens the mystery. By the time Police Inspector Kate Murphy joins the hunt, Sister's good intentions have already paved her way straight to the Mission District--and a hellish encounter with sudden death.
Category: Fiction

A Wounded Innocence

Author : Alex García-Rivera
ISBN : 0814651127
Genre : Art
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What is the theological significance of art? Why has the Church always encouraged the arts? What is so profoundly human about the arts? In A Wounded InnocenceAlejandro R. Garcia-Rivera answers these questions in a series of sketches" that are mixed spiritual and theological reflections on various works of art written in a poetic style. These reflections explore the relationship between the multi-dimensional spiritual and the arts. The first *sketch, - *The Beginning of Art, - introduces the rest that go on to explore further the human, artistic, and theological implications of a wounded innocence. Each *sketch - reflects on a particular human work of art. Some are conventional works of art. Others may never find their way into a museum but, then, that is one of the implications coming out of this book. A museum does not define what a work of art is, its human depth does. In these deeply studied yet spiritually written reflections on each work of art, it is hoped that the reader will find his and her own creative depth described, perhaps even revealed. A Wounded Innocenceis both inspiring and informative. Readers will learn about art, spirituality, and theology, and will find themselves inspired to look at works of art, and even to produce a work of art. It sets a new way of doing theology that is at the same time spiritual. More importantly, Garcia-Rivera describes a theology of art. Chapters are *The Beginning of Art, - *The End of Art, - *Human Freedom and Artistic Creativity, - *Heaven-with-Us, - *The Human Aspect of Atonement, - *The Tyger and the Lamb, - and *A Wounded Innocence. - Includes black and white art. Alejandro R. Garcia-Rivera, PhD, is associate professor of systematic theology at the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley. The author of numerous articles, he also wrote a Catholic Press Association award-winning book on theology and aesthetics titled The Community of the Beautiful(The Liturgical Press). "
Category: Art

Secrets Are Lies

Author : Tonya D. Roper
ISBN : 9781469120447
Genre : Fiction
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To anyone watching, Drayton Michaels, Ritz Carlton and Jules Warner are a perfect example of sisterhood and family. They share big things easily: PIN codes, spare keys, and secret hiding places of emergency cash. Rarely do they share or acknowledge that there are things that keep them awake, walk in circles til dawn, and cry out Jesus in the middle of the night. Regardless of how well they think they know each other, they dont know each others secrets. SECRETS ARE LIESchronicles the lives of Drayton, Ritz and Jules over the course of one year. The book is an unfolding series of life-changing events that threaten to undermine the friendship of three accomplished women. TheirSECRETS ARE LIES peppered with deceit and lead each of them on a roller coaster ride through a river of disappointment, heartache, and broken promises. Jules survives infidelity only to lose the love of her life. Similarly, doctors diagnoses pull a loose thread from the carefully stitched lives of Ritz and Drayton. Their worlds unravel as each sit on the brink of losing whats important. They unsuccessfully attempt to take it all in stride knowing most or all of what theyve done cannot be undone. There are things about Jules her friends will never know that she does or has done. There are places Ritz can never go again or admit that shes ever been. There are things big and small that Drayton believes will forever remain secret. Initially, they appear to be from three different worlds with different sets of problems, but they are just like everyone else who is just trying to get through life. They eventually realize that SECRETS ARE LIESand find strength in a true sisterhood that helps them believe that the way of behaving normally is behaving as if everything matters.
Category: Fiction

Perfect Youth

Author : Sam Sutherland
ISBN : 9781770902787
Genre : History
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While many volumes devoted to the punk and hardcore scenes in America grace bookstore shelves, CanadaOCOs contributions to the genre remain largely unacknowledged. For the first time, the birth of Canadian punkOCoa transformative cultural force that spread across the country at the end of the 1970sOCois captured between the pages of this important resource. Delving deeper than standard band biographies, this book articulates how the advent of punk reshaped the culture of cities across Canada, speeding along the creation of alternative means of cultural production, consumption, and distribution. Describing the origins of bands such as D.O.A., the Subhumans, the Viletones, and Teenage Head alongside lesser-known regional acts from all over Canada, it is the first published account of the first wave of punk in places like Regina, Ottawa, Halifax, and Victoria. Proudly staking CanadaOCOs claim as the starting point for many internationally famous bands, this book unearths a forgotten musical and cultural history of drunks and miscreants, future country stars, and political strategists."
Category: History