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The Train Passes Through It - A Collective History of Linthicum Heights - Softcover Edition By Booth & Nowell
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Softcover Edition. A collection of historical essays on the development of Linthicum Heights, Maryland, a suburb of Baltimore that owes its existence to the Washington, Baltimore and Annapolis... More > Railroad.< Less
Wings Over LeRoy By Brian J. Duddy
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History of the Donald Woodward Airport, LeRoy New York in the 1920s and 30s. Known as the "Finest Private Airport in America." Includes the story of Amelia Earhart's famous Fokker... More > Trimotor, the "Friendship." 88 pages, 171 B&W illustrations, including previously unpublished photos of Earhart. A must for enthusiasts of the "Golden Age of Aviation."< Less
WET: Kinky Erotic Stories By Francesca Jolie
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In WET: EROTIC KINKY STORIES, Francesca Jolie presents a collection of short stories about women who are unapologetic about their animalistic sexual yearnings. In TURBULENCE, during an uexpected... More > holiday layover at an airport hotel, an adventurous woman provides a thirsty pilot with a special drink only she could offer! In BUD DELIVERY, an advertising exec decides to demand another delivery from the sexy and fresh Latino delivery guy who brings flowers to her office. In SPECIAL PACKAGE, a dildo fanatic decides to test her newest toy with the package delivery guy in the back of his brown truck. In INSTALL NOW, an erotica writer in need of fresh inspiration decides to show the cable guy what it's like to recieve and not always give with her favorite strap-on toy. In DELIVERY IN THE REAR, a tall, husky pizza delivery guy shows a sexually deprived woman the joys of backdoor friendships.< Less
WET: Kinky Erotic Stories By Francesca Jolie
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In WET: EROTIC KINKY STORIES, Francesca Jolie presents a collection of short stories about women who are unapologetic about their animalistic sexual yearnings. In TURBULENCE, during an uexpected... More > holiday layover at an airport hotel, an adventurous woman provides a thirsty pilot with a special drink only she could offer! In BUD DELIVERY, an advertising exec decides to demand another delivery from the sexy and fresh Latino delivery guy who brings flowers to her office. In SPECIAL PACKAGE, a dildo fanatic decides to test her newest toy with the package delivery guy in the back of his brown truck. In INSTALL NOW, an erotica writer in need of fresh inspiration decides to show the cable guy what it's like to recieve and not always give with her favorite strap-on toy. In DELIVERY IN THE REAR, a tall, husky pizza delivery guy shows a sexually deprived woman the joys of backdoor friendships.< Less
The Last Flight of the Archaeopteryx By Bryan Spykerman
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Whether the Archaeopteryx was the first bird or a somewhat clumsy airborne dinosaur is still uncertain. But Rachel’s Archaeopteryx–-the name given her airplane by twelve-year-old... More > daughter, Cathy–-may face extinction as she flies to remote airports making pickups for Utah’s largest bank. Ever trusting and optimistic, Rachel overlooks the obvious: she is being stalked. So why would she think the disappearance of an acquaintance has anything to do with her? The bullet hole in the wing of her airplane catches her attention. But wasn't that just a potshot from a drunken hunter? Rachel wants to put these distractions behind her. She has more important things on her mind, like keeping pace with her increasingly independent daughter and her growing “friendship” with the beautiful and athletic, Sherry Sanchez. No time for unpleasant thoughts until her lofty view of the world snares her in a complex–and dangerous–web.< Less
Homesick Mosque and Other Stories By Reza Jalali
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When the Twin Towers in New York were hit on September 11, 2001, not only was the Americans public’s sense of security shattered, also that of American Muslims, whose lives, in so many ways,... More > were turned upside down. Overnight, a country that they had loved and called home for years and generations became a dark and dangerous place. Friendships, jobs, and opportunities were lost; people were pulled out of lines in airports and interrogated; citizens resembling the hijackers found their loyalty to the U.S. questioned; and those escaping political and religious persecution to find safety and security in the U.S. were, once again, reminded of repressive life they had left behind. A simple act, such as going to a mosque in a small New England town to attend the Friday prayer, became a risky business. The stories in this collection represent the struggle of America’s newest immigrants to survive the most recent wave of hatred and xenophobia, in order to feel belonging and at home in the post-9/11 America.< Less