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Fun While It Lasted

Author : Bruce Mcnall
ISBN : 0786868643
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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ruce McNall became obsessed with coin collecting at the age of 10. At 16, his collection was worth $60,000. During college, he traveled the world buying coins stolen from ancient sites and tombs. McNall's first major sale was to Sy Weintraub, the head of Panavision, who bought $500,000 worth of coins in one sitting. Soon, McNall branched out into horse racing, movie making (The Fabulous Baker Boys), and owning the L.A. Kings hockey team.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Honky Tonk Hero

Author : Billy Joe Shaver
ISBN : 0292706138
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Willie Nelson says, "Billy Joe Shaver may be the best songwriter alive today." And legions of fans agree. "Honky Tonk Hero" is the story of a man who not only walked on the wild side and lived to tell about it, but also got it all down in songs that many people consider to be some of the finest country songs ever written.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Dad S Deportation From The Philippines Back To L A International Air Port August 31 2013

Author : Philander Rodman Jr.
ISBN : 9781499073423
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Rodman Odyssey Book #14 Philander Rodman, Jr. actually arrived the first time at Clark Air Base in the Philippines June 1965, and after a total of "48 long years," was actually deported back to the States from the Philippines, August 31, 2013!!!!
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Last Witness

Author : Jilliane Hoffman
ISBN : 9780141924915
Genre : Fiction
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A terrifying serial killer thriller which fans of Kathy Reichs, Patricia Cornwell, and Karin Slaughter will love. 'Like Patterson or Cornwell, Hoffman creates vivid, engrossing crime investigations' Time Out __________ Two years ago William Bantling was put on death row by Florida's Assistant State Attorney, CJ Townsend - for the torture and murder of eleven young women. But now the three cops crucial to Bantling's conviction have been brutally slain. And what's more, CJ knew them all - and the shocking secret they took to their graves. But it's clear that somebody else also knows the truth - though their reasons for wanting it kept quiet are very different to CJ's. Which leaves her with a terrifying choice: reveal the secret she swore to keep and stay alive - or be its last witness, and the next to die . . . Praise for Jilliane Hoffman: 'Intensely readable' Guardian 'Grim and gripping' Crimespree 'Writes like an angel' Independent on Sunday 'Hugely readable' Daily Mirror
Category: Fiction

The 50 Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

Author : Jean Blacklock
ISBN : 1118010450
Genre : Business & Economics
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Stepping Lightly Around the Pitfalls of Estate Planning... Estate planning is one of those unpleasant but really important tasks. Unfortunately, the process is not only hard to get started, it is then easy to make mistakes. Even the most careful and well-intentioned person can slip up along the way. Avoid the pitfalls! The 50 Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes outlines the major mistakes and their consequences in an entertaining way-and then proceeds to tell you exactly how to avoid these mistakes. Delivering practical and helpful information in a light tone, the authors help to make these sometimes difficult conversations a little easier. The book's fifty concise chapters are filled with real-life examples, organized under four key areas of mistakes: The biggest mistake of not planning at all Failing to plan for the possibility of mental incompetency Mistakes made during the estate planning process itself And common mistakes made by executors Written by personal finance and estate planning experts, Jean Blacklock and Sarah Kruger, The 50 Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes and How To Avoid Them is an essential guide for Canadians interested in planning their estates effectively, with minimal stress on their loved ones.
Category: Business & Economics

The Binge Attack

Author : Zhané White
Genre : Fiction
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Food to die for...The Binge Attack, a short story inspired by The Cull Trilogy. Alan's doctor always warned him about his weight. Not this time. Cull's new obesity programme has started: No more diets. No more workouts. No more help. Now he's finally free to eat to his heart's content, but can his heart stand the pressure? Search Terms: disturbing, corporations, food, english, dark, conspiracy, england
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From This Day Forward

Author : Craig Groeschel
ISBN : 9780310337485
Genre : Religion
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Shouldn't there be more to marriage than flipping a coin to see if it will last? Is it possible to grow more in love with the person you've committed your life to? Would you like to guarantee that your marriage will last? Craig and Amy Groeschel offer singles pursuing marriage and couples at all stages of marriage five commitments to fail proof their marriage, From This Day Forward.
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The Other Glass Teat

Author : Harlan Ellison
ISBN : 9781497604506
Genre : Social Science
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The late, multi-award-winning author of The Glass Teat continues his critical assault on television in this second collection of classic criticism. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, there were only three major television networks broadcasting original programs and news. And there was only one Harlan Ellison taking them all to task in a series of weekly essays he wrote for the countercultural, underground newspaper, the Los Angeles Free Press, a.k.a. “The Freep.” For nearly four years, he channel surfed through the mire of ABC, CBS, and NBC, finding little of value but much to critique. No one offered a more astute analysis of the idiot box’s influence on American culture, or its effects on the intelligence and psyche of viewers. The Other Glass Teat: Further Essays of Opinion on the Subject of Television collects Ellison’s final fifty columns, presenting his thoughts on everything from dramas and sitcoms to game shows and roundtable discussions, unleashing his fury against sponsors, the nightly news, and the broadcasts of President Nixon—warning readers about the commander-in-chief’s war against the media long before the Watergate scandal broke. As television has evolved into wireless streaming services and digital interactions on portable devices, Ellison’s timeless rage against the machine has become prophecy. His plea to unplug is an even more necessary call to action in the face of the twenty-first century’s media onslaught. Also available: The Glass Teat: Essays of Opinion on the Subject of Television
Category: Social Science

Set Sail For Murder

Author : Richard Tyler Jordan
ISBN : 9780758267337
Genre : Fiction
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The iconic Polly Pepper, musical comedy superstar of yesteryear, is experiencing a bit of a professional dry spell-- she can barely keep her bank account afloat, let alone her career. So when the nefarious Laura Crawford, scene-stealing former cast mate and perpetual diva, proposes a Polly Pepper Playhouse reunion cruise, Polly is on board, full-steam ahead. But she soon realizes that Hollywood on the high-seas will be nothing short of a shipwreck. . . Packed to the gills with has-beens, D-listers, and sycophantic fans, Polly's celebrity cruise is really a ship of fools, and it's sinking fast. If that weren't enough, Polly's tiny room, troubling lack of champagne, and mandatory appearance schedule leave her feeling more than a little murderous towards Laura. Unfortunately, that ship already sailed! Laura is found dead the next morning, slain by Season Six of "The Polly Pepper Playhouse" box set--the collectors DVD ruthlessly sharpened to a razor's edge. Polly immediately begins fishing for clues, and her first big catch is pianist-at-sea Lawrence Deerfield, whose career sank when Laura maliciously cut him from a recent stage production. But Polly will have to cast a wider net to catch this killer--with a ship's worth of burned cast mates, spurned lovers, and obsessed fans there are plenty of other motives in the sea. When Polly herself is accused of the crime she knows it's time to shape up or ship out. If she can't solve this maritime mystery the clever killer could send Polly's whole career--and even her life--overboard.
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Untying The Knot

Author : David Kaufman
ISBN : 9781936374908
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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By all accounts, David Kaufman, M.D., had a good life—he was married to a woman he loved, had three children, and a fulfilling career as a radiologist. But as the years passed, he realized that he could no longer deny who he was—he was a gay man. However, before he could tell his wife, she told him she needed to talk to him about an important issue. It was then that she confided in him that she had accepted the growing awareness that she was gay. Her announcement surprised him, but made it easier for him to tell her he, too, was gay. In Untying the Knot, David Kaufman shares a unique story of coming out and how he and his former wife have helped each other on their separate journeys into new lives.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Blessed

Author : Allen G. Davison
ISBN : 9781469153339
Genre : Fiction
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In a world much like are own, we find a young man lives out a life in a land devoid of life. With a friend and and a very small family his small life is up rooted by a group of soldiers in chrome armor. He fights with his desires for revenge as he meets new and unusual people. However if his life isn't skewed enough a time travelers appears. With a new finds an a manipulative new ally he soon finds himself swept into something much bigger than himself
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Grandmother S Story

Author : Lin Guifeng
ISBN : 9781483621746
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This book unfolds the true-life story of a Singaporean grandmother. It spans the entire years of her life, beginning with her birth in 1943 during the Japanese Occupation of Singapore and ending in the new millennium of 2013. The book reveals periods of Lin's difficult and near-death infancy, her underprivileged and struggling childhood, her impoverished teenage years and her emergence from a poor young woman to a successful educated career woman and happily married woman of the 70's, 80's and 90's. After the year 2000, her life took an unexpected turn and she suffered severe financial loss and emotional trauma. Her family life is filled with unbearable sadness and unspeakable pain. In addition to their emotional agony, Lin and her husband lost half a million dollars of their hard-earned life savings and retirement funds through the inconsiderate actions of their loved ones. Their subsequent struggle to stay financially afloat and independent is fraught with tears and heartache, yet she overcame these obstacles to remain sane and normal to tell her story for her children and grandchildren. "Grandmother's Story" is a poignant tale of what it means to be a daughter, a sister, a wife, a mother and a grandmother, told simply and sincerely. Do you want to hear? Read on.
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Gerard Manley Hopkins

Author : Paul Mariani
ISBN : 9781101078839
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An insightful and inspirational biography of the heroic and spiritual poet. Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844?1889) may well have been the most original and innovative poet writing in the English language during the nineteenth century. Yet his story of personal struggle, doubt, intense introspection, and inward heroism has never been told fully. As a Jesuit priest, Hopkins?s descent into loneliness and despair and his subsequent recovery are a remarkable and inspiring spiritual journey that will speak to many readers, regardless of their faith or philosophies. Paul Mariani, an award-winning poet himself and author of a number of biographies of literary figures, brilliantly integrates Hopkins?s spiritual life and his literary life to create a rich and compelling portrait of a man whose work and life continue to speak to readers a century after his death.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Tale Of Mark Levine

Author : Michael D. Lieberman
ISBN : 9781477162330
Genre : Fiction
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As his plane touches down in Fort-de-France, Martinique, Mark Levine, thirty-five, single, professor of law at New York University, resident of the Manhattans Upper West Side, modern orthodox Jew, semi-famous novelist, cynical judge of other people, malcontent, nonconformist, and closet drunk decides to kill his ex-fiances mother. He has ten days to plan it. Instead, on the accidental getaway with old pal Raphael TaharJerusalem police officer, buddy from university days past and obnoxious master of fornicationMark Levine meets 'Monica', an exquisite dancer who sports that Club Caribe tag. The mystical fog that wraps her inspires Mark to write his first fresh work in three years. On his final night at Club Caribe, she unexpectedly takes him to bed. He parts the club madly in love, but has not even learned her name. Writing begins back in New York, but forced by writer's block to Paris to complete the unfinished work, Mark Levine gets more than he bargained for. Mixed in a purloined manuscript of failed legal careers and literary hopes, contempt, discontent, alcoholism and the loneliness of unmet potential, moving from Caribbean getaways to New York's Upper West Side, to fashionable Paris to the desolate moonscape of ravaged Ramallah, filled with the author's witty and poignant insights into the journey to middle adulthood in late twentieth century America, The Tale of Mark Levine is Michael D. Lieberman at his very best.
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ISBN : 9781617752186
Genre : Fiction
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The debut title from Seven Weapon Arsenal, the new high-quality street-lit imprint.
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The Unlikely Defenders

Author : Scott Haworth
Genre : Fiction
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From the author of the popular Dark Moonlighting series: What do a womanizer, terrorist, disgraced naval officer and convicted sex offender have in common? They are not typically thought of as the good guys. The Unlikely Defenders follows a large cast of characters as they struggle against both an alien invasion and their personal demons. Through their stories a greater tale is told about an attack on Earth by a species known as the Kessiams. The insects swarm over the entire planet and affect the lives of every human being. Heroes are not enough to defeat the enemy. If humanity is to survive it will need the help of society's outcasts as well. Keywords: adventure, alien invasion, aliens, first contact, resistance, war, spaceships
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A Stupid Boys Diary

Author : Jason-James Johnson
ISBN : 9781471073441
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Mr Monster His Books Of Forbidden Knowledge Volume Zero

Author : Michael T. Gilbert
ISBN : 1893905071
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Michael T. Gilbert's Mr. Monster is back in a new book collection featuring twelve twisted tales of Forbidden Knowledge, collecting all the hard-to-find Mr. Monster stories from A-1, Crack-A-Boom!, and Dark Horse Presents in mysterious black and white! Volume Zero also includes over 30 pages of all-new Mr. Monster art and stories. Can your sanity survive the Lee/Kirby monster spoof by Michael T. Gilbert and Mark Martin? Or how about the long-lost 1933 Mr. Monster newspaper strip? Then there's the extra-special 8-page full-color insert featuring a terrifying Trencher/Mr. Monster slug-fest, drawn by Keith Giffen and Michael T. Gilbert! Can you stand the horror as titans (and art-styles) clash? Talk about Forbidden Knowledge! All this and more will be revealed in Mr. Monster: His Book Of Forbidden Knowledge. Read it at your own risk!
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Modern Day Miracles

Author : Rosa Morales
ISBN : 9781477117255
Genre : Self-Help
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Life has its ups and downs but knowing who God is and understanding that He will not leave you or forsake will help you focus on what is truly important. Two women who were blessed with 35 years of friendship share short stories of their lives and how God has continually manifested his love for them. Each story gives hope, and nourishes the soul with the understanding of Gods love for us. Annie and Rose throughout the years have shared many a great afternoons chatting about the trials and joys that they have witnessed each other experiences and how God was always present. Was it mere coincidence that they met and fostered a lifelong friendship? Over coffee one of those days they decided to put those great stories to paper and this book is what it grew to be. Faith and friendship carried them through love, loss and raising their families. Ever heard the saying that Gods timing is always perfect? Well Annie would have to agree, after being turned away by a bad-mannered bus driver. Feeling slighted she walk off frustrated with the inconveniencing experience , only to be snapped into reality that a car crashed into that same bus a couple of streets away. Recognizing Gods mercies became more obvious in her life after that day. For Rose she recognized Gods mercy when as a young woman she survived being attacked. Her attacker suddenly fled her home in fear. Rose believes if not for Gods mercy, she would have been badly hurt. Thru their experiences they have learned that God was always there and how great He is. Powerful, exciting short stories that will tug at your heart make you laugh but most importantly it will inspire you to take a step of faith and see Gods grace
Category: Self-Help