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SHE OF STRANGENESS By J. Sheldon Jones
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Karel has been kidnapped into an unwanted marriage. Worse yet, she finds herself in a society where brutality toward captive women is the accepted norm. This puts a severe strain on Karel's belief... More > that it is her duty to remain objective, abide by any and all local customs, learn as much as she can and never pass judgment. It is small comfort when Mari, her co-wife and co-captive, tells her that Sang, the husband they now share, is less cruel than most. Mari also lets slip that some of the captive women try to run away, and Karel happily accepts that as another custom she's entitled to follow. Karel's first attempt at escape ends in recapture, and her punishment is very severe and very public. Can she regain the courage to try again? If she does, can she succeed?< Less
Bohemian Tales By Dominique Hoffmann
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Historical Fiction. Karel a young man approaching thirty starts a new job in Prague. It's 1967 and the city is undergoing dramatic changes. The tale of an ordinary man doing ordinary things in a... More > messed up world. 10.3 x 17.5 cm, eBook pdf 150 pages< Less
Bally Price Holdings, BP Management European Union will not remove trade chief caught in tax-fraud case By Christian Bruno
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The European Commission Friday ruled out relieving its trade chief of his responsibilities amid vital negotiations on a deal with the United States, as Belgium took Karel De Gucht to court on... More > tax-fraud charges. The EU executive said it was treating news of De Gucht’s scheduled court appearance on November 25 as a “private” matter after the former Belgian foreign minister told Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso on Friday there had been “no wrong-doing”.< Less
Bohemian Tales By Dominique Hoffman
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Historical fiction: Karel, a man approaching thirty is offered a new job in Prague. It's 1967 and the city is undergoing dramatic changes. This is the tale of an ordinary man doing ordinary things in... More > a messed-up world. Paper: Standard Trim Size: 10.795cm x 17.463cm Binding Type: Perfect-bound—Bookstore-quality, standard paperback binding. Ink Colour: Black and White Printing with full-colour cover< Less
Voices from Everywhere: Poetry By Joris Iven et al.
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English poems by poets from different parts of the world: Joe Hakim (England), Rona Laban (U.S.A.), Mark Walmsley (England), Albert Hagenaars (The Netherlands), Joris Iven (Belgium), Hannie Rouweler... More > (The Netherlands/Belgium), Miller Caldwell (Scotland), Julie Corbett (England), Robert Swan (England), Gary Clark (England), Ioana Cozmuta (Romania/U.S.A.), Mike Watts (England), Martin Willitts Jr (U.S.A.), Karel Sergen (Belgium), Dave Windass (England), Chahra Beloufa (Algeria), Frank Decerf (Belgium) and Floris Brown (South-Africa). Edited by Mark Walmsley and Hannie Rouweler.< Less
Dialogue in the Med: Exploring Identity through Networks By Fondation de Malte
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Conference proceedings of the First Annual Valletta 2018 Conference held in Malta in 2014, in the build up to Valletta as European Capital of Culture. Contributions by: Jason Micallef, Evarist... More > Bartolo, Owen Bonnici, Mostafa Hassani-Idrissi , Henry Frendo, Khadija El Bennaoui, Lluis Bonet, Christine M. Merkel, Karel Bartak, Carlo Testini, Ferdinand Richard, Nadia von Maltzahn, Enric Olivé Serret, Roger Tropeano, Giacomo Sferlazzo, Hatto Fischer, George Cassar, Anna Steinkamp, France Irmann, Jason Dittmer, Karsten Xuereb.< Less
Dialogue in the Med: Exploring Identity through Networks By Valletta 2018 Foundation
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Conference proceedings of the First Annual Valletta 2018 Conference held in Malta in 2014, in the build up to Valletta as European Capital of Culture. Contributions by: Jason Micallef, Evarist... More > Bartolo, Owen Bonnici, Mostafa Hassani-Idrissi , Henry Frendo, Khadija El Bennaoui, Lluis Bonet, Christine M. Merkel, Karel Bartak, Carlo Testini, Ferdinand Richard, Nadia von Maltzahn, Enric Olivé Serret, Roger Tropeano, Giacomo Sferlazzo, Hatto Fischer, George Cassar, Anna Steinkamp, France Irmann, Jason Dittmer, Karsten Xuereb.< Less
The Maze In the English Park: A Historical Crime Novella By Elizabeth von Witanovski
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It is 1880s Prague when the paths of an actor and a Viennese aristocrat cross. Karel Bernini is a rising star of the Prague National Theater. Josef von Kaplitz is the indisputable future star of the... More > Viennese political scene. Both are dangerously enchanted by anarchism. But when they fall victim to a young noblewoman, her accidental death sparks a tumult of murder and deceit. After her caprice alters the lives of many innocent people on both sides of the Atlantic, the drama culminates in 1950s England. When a photographer, whose young wife is a ballerina with Old Vic, finds an undeveloped roll of film in his lover’s antique store in London, a story of unaccounted murder begins to take shape in his dark room. In this historical novella, two young men who become embroiled in the accidental death of a noblewoman set off a chain of events that, decades later, transform the life of a photographer in England.< Less
The Maze in the English Park: A Historical Crime Novella By Elizabeth von Witanovski
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It is 1880s Prague when the paths of an actor and a Viennese aristocrat cross. Karel Bernini is a rising star of the Prague National Theater. Josef von Kaplitz is the indisputable future star of the... More > Viennese political scene. Both are dangerously enchanted by anarchism. But when they fall victim to a young noblewoman, her accidental death sparks a tumult of murder and deceit. After her caprice alters the lives of many innocent people on both sides of the Atlantic, the drama culminates in 1950s England. When a photographer, whose young wife is a ballerina with Old Vic, finds an undeveloped roll of film in his lover’s antique store in London, a story of unaccounted murder begins to take shape in his dark room. In this historical novella, two young men who become embroiled in the accidental death of a noblewoman set off a chain of events that, decades later, transform the life of a photographer in England.< Less
The Bard - Issue #000 By Various
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The Bard Quarterly is a not-for-profit literary magazine interested in sci-fi and fantasy microfiction, with an eye towards talented amateurs. This Quarter, in The Bard: Casey, by Frank Eagle, a... More > rapid-fire cyberpunk romance with electro-cycles and plenty of panache; The Angel of War, by Gatlin Peavler, what happens when you wage a war so terrific, so violent, it offends the gods themselves? A Lost Transmission, by Karel Vranovsky, the last survivors of a transdimensional invasion contemplate their fate in this moody set-piece; Born Cold, by Tabitha Byakko, the rise and fall of Roch Manor, told from a unique perspective; Neon Roadkill, by Blake Hatchett, the strange behavior of the local robot workforce leads a priest to question his faith; The Mansion, by Desmond S. Waters, a man recalls a childhood horror in this highly charged and stylistic story.< Less

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