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A Finn Life By No Means

Author : Rose Finn
ISBN : 9781449071844
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An insight into what life was like for a young man in Scotland and the North of England during the depression of the 1930s, constantly being laid off and seeking work. The respect held for his parents and family and a glimpse of a by gone time where a wonderful party was based on a glass of lemonade and dance round the church hall.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Parliamentary Debates

Author : Great Britain. Parliament
ISBN : HARVARD:32044106509961
Genre : Great Britain
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Category: Great Britain

The Vampire Ebook Collection

Author : Lynsay Sands
ISBN : 9780575129115
Genre : Fiction
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The first six ARGENEAU VAMPIRES books, collected in one bundle Contains six fantastic novels: A QUICK BITE, LOVE BITES, SINGLE WHITE VAMPIRE, TALL, DARK & HUNGRY, A BITE TO REMEMBER and BITE ME IF YOU CAN
Category: Fiction

One Fine Day In The Middle Of The Night

Author : Christopher Brookmyre
ISBN : 9780802193889
Genre : Fiction
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“Pulp Fiction meets And Then There Were None” during a high school reunion off the coast of Scotland (Booklist). Gavin Hutchinson has it all planned out. A unique “floating holiday experience” on a converted North Sea oil rig, a haven for tourists who want a vacation but without the hassle of actually going anywhere. What better way to test out his venture than to host a fifteen-year high school reunion, the biggest social event of his life? How embarrassing then for Gavin. Not only does no one remember him, but his wife has discovered his philandering ways and plans to ditch him with a very public announcement in front of his assembled guests. That includes the uninvited ones, like a band of party-crashing mercenaries who are about to bring out the very worst in very old friends. Let the fun begin “as champagne bottles morph into defensive weapons” in prize-winning author Christopher Brookmyre’s comedy of betrayal, double-cross, blackmail, revenge, and survival (The Hartford Courant). “Furiously paced and wonderfully absurd, with more one-liners than a Colombian coke dealer.” —Maxim “Broad humor . . . and breakneck plotting.” —The New York Times Book Review
Category: Fiction

Love Bites

Author : Lynsay Sands
ISBN : 9780575097698
Genre : Fiction
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Etienne Argeneau can turn one human into a vampire in his lifetime - an honour his kind usually reserved for their life mates, to let their love life forever. But it's all a bit more complicated than that. Rachel Garrett, a beautiful coroner, has just saved his life and now she's about to lose hers. Etienne has a choice: he can save her life in turn, and thus doom himself to an eternity alone, unable to create his own life mate. Or he can watch his saviour die in the name of a love he has yet to meet. Her life and his love weigh in the balance, and whatever Etienne does he may live to regret for eternity ... The first book in the Argeneau series introduces the Argeneau family, and features a chaotic romance you can really sink your teeth into.
Category: Fiction

The Atomic Kid

Author : George Parker
ISBN : 1594530904
Genre : Religion
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Murder At Ford S Theatre

Author : Brendan H. Egan, Jr.
ISBN : 9781465324849
Genre : History
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It was a sad generation that limped past 1865. Almost every family had been touched by death, and many had been torn apart as sons, brothers, and fathers chose different sides in the Civil War. Murder at Fords Theatre is a history of an assassination with the Civil War as its tragic backdrop and with characters to match this tragedy. There was Lewis Paine, the devoted follower and David Herold who wanted desperately to belong and lose his reputation as an untrustworthy loafer. There are tragic failures of Mary Surratt and Dr. Samuel Mudd, as well as Abraham Lincoln, unappreciated by the public until his martyrdom. Lincoln refused security and put himself in harms way. Harm came in the form of John Wilkes Booth, an acclaimed actor, who wanted to save his beloved South and believed there was only one way to accomplish his goal. Booth had grown up with his own demons--depression and odd behavior were part of his family background. His darker side was hate. When the war broke out, Booth took up the southern cause -- the rest of the family sided with the North. Lincoln was a perfect object for Booths hatred. He suspended Habeas Corpus, put many anti-war advocates in jail, continued the war with its grisly pile of human deaths, refused to negotiate a treaty, and wrote Emancipation Proclamation. Booth, who had spent the war in a noncombat position at the behest of his mother, received news of the end of the war with increased anger. Soon it would be too late to become a hero. His hasty and disorganized plan to assassinate Lincoln went awry. Booth did shoot Lincoln, but during his escape he broke his ankle, an injury that slowed him and led to his capture and death. Only the Bible has been written about more than the Civil War, and the assassination of Lincoln is a part of that story. This is that story.
Category: History

Miles Byfar

Author : Robin Bennett
ISBN : 9780957456556
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A festive adventure for 7-10 year-olds: Myles, who lives with his grandparents and does not get to see his parents much, finds out his computer does things that it really shouldn't. Transported to Lapland, he discovers that he's forgotten his slippers and secondly that someone has stolen the Christmas Spirit and Myles has to steal it back. In doing so, he goes on an exciting, sometimes terrifying journey that takes him from England to the perfect beaches of the West Indies, New York in a snowstorm and the Himalayas.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Beyond The Cabbage Tree

Author : Noel Kinvig
ISBN : 9781449015756
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"From struggles to triumphs Noel's journey takes him to many corners of the globe. From digging graves in New Zealand to flying Pilatus Porter aircraft for the International Committee of the Red Cross during the Ethiopian famine. From his experiences in jail in Mexico to patrolling the Iraq-Kuwait border on the United Nations Mission. From unparalleled adventures taking Noel into the heart of Africa and Asia encountering many hairy experiences to the treacherous drops of aid supplies over East Pakistan, (now Bangladesh) after the world's most devastating natural disaster"--Back cover.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Of Human Bondage

Author : William Somerset Maugham
ISBN : 9781465550385
Genre : Artists
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A young, handicapped physician is degraded in an affair with a waitress.
Category: Artists