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An ordinary fella By John Arthur Batchelor
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As it states on the back, "It was never intended, but has grown. Am ordinary “fella” having some fun, recalling memories with the family and friends and then pressured to record... More > some." This is a private book for a family, but since it costs nothing to offer it to anyone else, you are all welcome to get a copy if you wish. :)< Less
HOOD FELLAS By Tony Watson
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The courageous hit man Malachi is back along with his click of hooligans in his second novel, Hood Fellas. Hood Fellas is a ghetto street dazzling journey, filled with danger, passion, murder,... More > contracts, hot sex, and a vicious revenge against one of Baltimore’s Italian mobs. The two ice-cold rivals go to war and leave a string of dead bodies on and around the streets of Maryland. This book is a must read for anyone who truly has their ear to the streets and ever wonder how the mob ran their outfit or how a hit man fulfills his contract murders. The book is a page turner and will keep you on the edge of suspense to the pinnacle and the bloody end.< Less
The Wee Fellas By Richard Maitland
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Raised in Glasgow in the early months of 1915, the ‘Wee Fellas’ is the nickname given to a bantam battalion made up of volunteers below the army minimum regulation height of 5ft 3in.... More > However, their deficiency in size and weight is compensated for by an inbred toughness and native cunning which works to their advantage in the trenches of the Western Front. One of the volunteers is Billy Stirling, a billiard hall manager in civilian life but more surreptitiously a protection racketeer and expert with the open razor, as enemies discover to their cost. A reluctant recruit, Billy joins the colours for reasons that have nothing to do with patriotism. But despite a fearsome reputation, this son of the tenements unexpectedly goes on to find true love in the alien environment of a rural English village – and moral redemption on the bloody battlefields of northern France.< Less
The Happy Fella! By Kevin Riley
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A piece for un-accompanied flute. Just a bit of fun really!
michael collins BIG FELLA ! By SAM DOWLING
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MICHAEL COLLINS and HARRY BOLAND; national heroes, closer than brothers, comrades in arms, rivals for the love of KITTY KIERNAN and deadly friends in civil war. LIAM MELLOWS and EOIN O'DUFFY colour... More > the detail in this play, set in the War Of Independence and the murderous birth-pangs of the Irish Republic< Less
Times and Rhymes of the Big Fella By LaMar Williams
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A collection of family memories as written by LaMar F. Williams.
Times and Rhymes of the Big Fella By LaMar Williams
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A collection of family memories as written by LaMar F. Williams.
Why did the White Fella Climb the Rock; God, Chaos and Colonialism By Geoffrey Crothall
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A travelogue of ideas that explores the world through a series of interlocking themes, focusing most intensely on the relationship between European colonialists and Indigenous people, the Invaders... More > and the Invaded. The Invader initially sought to control and civilise the Invaded, to impose order on chaos, but gradually and inevitably that imposed order began to unravel in a string of beautiful, horrifying, sacred and profane patterns. It is these patterns, layered and linked together, that form the book’s narrative so that fragments of coloured glass glinting in the desert light of South Africa transport us to the kaleidoscopic Watts Towers in South Central Los Angeles. And a comedy routine about flags takes us through Cambodia, Zimbabwe and Mexico. The book spans five continents and reflects the author’s own intellectual, emotional and spiritual journey over the last two decades.< Less
Why did the White Fella Climb the Rock; God, Chaos and Colonialism By Geoffrey Crothall
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A travelogue of ideas that explores the world through a series of interlocking themes, focusing most intensely on the relationship between European colonialists and Indigenous people, the Invaders... More > and the Invaded. The Invader initially sought to control and civilise the Invaded, to impose order on chaos, but gradually and inevitably that imposed order began to unravel in a string of beautiful, horrifying, sacred and profane patterns. It is these patterns, layered and linked together, that form the book’s narrative so that fragments of coloured glass glinting in the desert light of South Africa transport us to the kaleidoscopic Watts Towers in South Central Los Angeles. And a comedy routine about flags takes us through Cambodia, Zimbabwe and Mexico. The book spans five continents and reflects the author’s own intellectual, emotional and spiritual journey over the last two decades.< Less
The Louie/God Interviews (What the Big Fella Really Thinks About Man And The Universe) By Louie Lawent
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Are the days of "God speaks to Man" a relic of the past? Not according to Louie Lawent, who at the turn of the new millennium landed a series of exclusive interviews with The Supreme... More > Being. Louie grills God about his checkered career, but it's done benignly and a frustrated Creator makes a good case for himself - well, most of the time. The interviews cover biblical happenings, His propensity to smite, evolution, pop culture, and a God who believes He's the victim of a disinformation campaign. It's "The Far Side" meets "The Thinker" meets the "Frat Boy." A God who considered creation "a good day in the hood." A God not exactly enamored by the human race. Louie: What is your real opinion of people? God: They're like radio songs that are fine for the car ride home, but you'd never purchase them to be part of your master collection.< Less