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Where Amaranths Bloom By Reynold Spector
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In 1968 during the height of the Vietnam War, our hero, Dr. Reginald Houghton, a wealthy confident Harvard Yale trained physician with two years of internal medicine residency, was assigned by the US... More > Army as a Senior Medical Advisor to the Korean Army. Upon arrival in Korea, he quickly grasped the contradictory tenets of neo-Confucian Korean versus American laws and customs; in a jam what do you do? Follow American or Korean laws or culture? Unlike most U.S. garrison soldiers Captain Houghton decided to have a “positive” experience beyond alcohol, drugs and “business ladies.” The novel recounts his sometimes shocking, often humorous adventures with the Korean language, Korean karate, Korean officers, indigent patients, priceless jadeite carvings, and various ladies.< Less
Where Amaranths Bloom By Reynold Spector
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In 1968 during the height of the Vietnam War, our hero, Dr. Reginald Houghton, a wealthy confident Harvard Yale trained physician with two years of internal medicine residency, was assigned by the US... More > Army as a Senior Medical Advisor to the Korean Army. Upon arrival in Korea, he quickly grasped the contradictory tenets of neo-Confucian Korean versus American laws and customs; in a jam what do you do? Follow American or Korean laws or culture? Unlike most U.S. garrison soldiers Captain Houghton decided to have a “positive” experience beyond alcohol, drugs and “business ladies.” The novel recounts his sometimes shocking, often humorous adventures with the Korean language, Korean karate, Korean officers, indigent patients, priceless jadeite carvings, and various ladies.< Less
He Says He Has Cats And Other Very Short Tales By Pamela Tyree Griffin
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Whether you're waiting at the Post Office, on line at the Airport or just sitting on the beach - you're thinking now is NOT the time to start that great novel; you just want a short, easy read. Am I... More > right? These fictional stories run the gamut from humor to horror and are just the ticket for times when you don't want to think TOO MUCH-just want to read for the pure enjoyment of it and to pass the time. And the best part? None of these stories is longer than two pages long and you can read them in less than five minutes-PROMISE! What's more,the characters are characters indeed and come in all shapes, colors and sizes. And more than one will have an effect on you.< Less
Three Short Stories By Patrick Grates
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The Missed Call: P.M. Grates provides a short story about how seemingly random inspired events can align with individual goals to result in something that serves a higher purpose. Following our... More > hearts while being sensitive to signs along the way can lead to great and unexpected things. Me and Vinny D: Based on true events, P.M. Grates provides a short story about how the crazy, the absurd, and the unfair can work to your advantage in office politics with humorous results. Looking Homeless: What experiences are necessary to make a life-changing event occur? What knowledge and experiences would you need to recognize that it’s happening? How do you react? What do you do? This is a short story about just that, and how a five-minute encounter changes someone’s life for the better.< Less
This is Europe By Mark Schalekamp
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The European Union is one of the most ambitious projects ever undertaken. Why is Europe so important, and at the same time, why is no one really interested in it? Dutch writer Mark Schalekamp set... More > out to find answers to these and other questions and travelled to all 28 of the European Union’s member states to interview eight people in each capital city: a doctor, a police officer, a hairdresser, an entrepreneur, an artist, an immigrant, a sex worker and a local celebrity. What is Europe? Who feels like a European? What do people think of their own country and its relationship with Europe? How do we differ from one another, what are the similarities, and what makes us unique? Schalekamp’s colourful, humorous account of his journey provides an open view of Europe seen not from a political point of view, but through the eyes of an inquisitive European. It is the story of the people’s Europe.< Less
2 Seeds In Dubai! By KingDez Borejszo
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A humorous recount of a journey through the judicial system of the United Arab Emirates after 2 Seeds of Cannabis are discovered in some luggage by a Dubai customs officer. After being thrown into... More > the Dubai detention facility with a promise of four years incarceration, the only hope is deportation, which is preferable to being locked up with the individuals that occupy the joint. Sadly, each and every word is true, and you can even ask the Sheik. It is the United Nation's opinion this book should be required reading before, even considering, a jaunt to the United Arab Emirates. It is indisputable reading if you, or a loved one, or even someone you dislike, has been arrested in that Arab nation. Due to the writing style of the author, the book is intended for an audience that doesn't flinch when coming across profanity, although it has had excellent responses from sixteen to sixty.< Less
The Devil Made Me Do It By Georgina Spelvin
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A rollicking, ribald, account of the making of Gerard Damiano’s 1974 sexually explicit film, The Devil in Miss Jones, is followed by a fast-paced, humorous look at the rest of her life by the... More > film’s star, Georgina Spelvin. “I honestly never thought anyone I knew would ever see the thing!” she wailed when the film’s box-office success threw her into an unexpected and uncomfortable spotlight. Ironically, a spotlight was exactly what she had come to New York to find as a young dancer from Texas in 1954. She did find it, briefly, in the original Broadway production of The Pajama Game. Twenty years later, it glared unrelentingly on what she now describes as her “dubious achievement award.” Demons – including “Demon Rum” – are met and dealt with. Ultimately, it is a love letter to her mother.< Less
ALL-WAYS the Rebel; Escape Into Two World Wars By Al Allaway
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Basil Lawrence "Pete" Allaway (1899-1962) served in both world wars, first in the United States Navy as a yeoman chief petty officer aboard the U.S.S. Huron, an impounded German cruise... More > liner that was converted for troop transport, mostly between New York and France. Later, in the Second World War, as a U.S. Army corporal in Assam, India, supporting the construction of the Ledo Road into Burma. The new road was to supply help to the Chinese in order to repel the Japanese invaders. These are his tales of escape from reality and moral responsibility, told with some regard for fact, but mostly with lighthearted humor. It is a work of imagination and fiction, liberally sprinkled with some of Pete's poetry. History buffs and scholars will appreciate the good parallel with the time-lines of the two wars, with Prohibition and the Great Depression. The story covers with precision the places Pete was sent and most of what he accomplished (or failed to accomplish).< Less
From There to Here: The Pleasures and Perils of the Import/Export Business By Don Tickle
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From very modest beginnings in rural North Carolina, author Don Tickle made his mark on the international stage as one of the pioneers in the import/export furniture business. As one of the... More > first Americans to venture into the then unexplored Asian market, Don quickly made friends worldwide with his open personality, creative spirit and his deep respect for other cultures. The result was a highly successful career with offices throughout the US and centered in High Point, NC, the hub of the American furniture design business. Don's experiences sometimes resulted in humorous situations and sometimes in unexpected calamities. Occasionally, they led him into life-threatening danger. He now shares his unique view of international travel in these tales of the pleasures and perils of the furniture trade, a world that most of us have never imagined or encountered.< Less
The Devil Made Me Do It By Georgina Spelvin
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A rollicking, ribald, account of the making of Gerard Damiano’s 1974 sexually explicit film, The Devil in Miss Jones, is followed by a fast-paced, humorous look at the rest of her life by the... More > film’s star, Georgina Spelvin. “I honestly never thought anyone I knew would ever see the thing!” she wailed when the film’s box-office success threw her into an unexpected and uncomfortable spotlight. Ironically, a spotlight was exactly what she had come to New York to find as a young dancer from Texas in 1954. She did find it, briefly, in the original Broadway production of The Pajama Game. Twenty years later, it glared unrelentingly on what she now describes as her “dubious achievement award.” Demons – including “Demon Rum” – are met and dealt with. Ultimately, it is a love letter to her mother.< Less

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