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Popular: The All American Bitch By Parys Sylver
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Summer Lane... Crystal Bay High Wicked Witch of the West Coast. Armed with beauty, power, and a blood thirty nature. Her quest to gain her "robbed" crown as Prom Queen begins also her reign... More > of terror. Watch as Summer Lane becomes what she is born to be. The debut book from author Parys Sylver< Less
Popular: The All American Bitch By Parys Sylver
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Summer Lane... Crystal Bay High Wicked Witch of the West Coast. Armed with beauty, power, and a blood thirty nature. Her quest to gain her "robbed" crown as Prom Queen begins also her reign... More > of terror. Watch as Summer Lane becomes what she is born to be. The debut book from author Parys Sylver< Less
The Fox and the Weasel, and other Poems for Children and Adults By Joseph Paris
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The Fox and the Weasel is a collection of colorful verse stories with diverse characters, appealing intellectually to children and adults alike. From "The Incognito Mosquito" to "The... More > Buddha of Root Beer," it is no mere compilation of animal personifications, but an allegorical and highly entertaining view into the multi-faceted values of contemporary American society.< Less
The Fox and the Weasel, and other Poems for Children and Adults By Joseph Paris
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The Fox and the Weasel is a collection of colorful verse stories with diverse characters, appealing intellectually to children and adults alike. From "The Incognito Mosquito" to "The... More > Buddha of Root Beer," it is no mere compilation of animal personifications, but an allegorical and highly entertaining view into the multi-faceted values of contemporary American society.< Less
Titch Irreverently Remembers By Titch Laudrigan
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As the son of a career Air Force officer, author Titch Laudregan was accustomed to moving from place to place and back again. Constantly relocating and always losing or making new friends was a norm... More > in his young life. In Titch Irreverently Remembers, he shares some of his coming-of-age story. This story begins with the newly aware life of a boy heading across country to leave for Paris, France, with his family. From France it’s off to Germany and then to Britain. During those four years, he wished to be away from the life of an abusive dysfunctional family, but still enjoyed being overseas. In this memoir, Laudregan shares a host of life experiences—from herding specialized food animals in the highlands of Central Mexico, backpacking in Europe, schooling in Paris, working as a Navy journalist, and more. A narrative of things seen and done, Titch Irreverently Remembers gives insight into one man’s rare life. It follows Laudregan as a military brat and beyond, the story of one constantly on the move.< Less
Julius LeBlanc Stewart: Paintings By Daniel Coenn
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Julius LeBlanc Stewart was an American artist who spent almost his entire career in Paris. A contemporary of colleague expatriate painter John Singer Sargent, Stewart was nicknamed "the Parisian... More > from Philadelphia." Julius studied under Eduardo Zamacois as a teenager, under Jean-Léon Gérôme at the École des Beaux-Arts, and later was a pupil of Raymondo de Madrazo. He exhibited regularly at the Paris Salon from 1878 into the early 20th century, and helped organize the "Americans in Paris" section of the 1894 Salon. Julius LeBlanc Stewart painted the life he thoroughly enjoyed -Parisian high society. Stewart's works are spirited and realistic, full of fashionable women, sumptuous fabrics and elegant drawing rooms. Late in life, he turned to religious subjects, but Stewart is best remembered for his Belle Époque society portraits and sensuous nudes. He created a style of his own which has been received in Paris, London, and America as thoroughly original.< Less
Odysseas' Heel By Adrienne Haeck
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This is the story of a hurricane romance between a man at an age when love - to paraphrase Agatha Christie - strikes hardest, and a younger woman with everything going for her, who sees her perfect... More > future blown up in her face. The ways of fate are inscrutable… or are they the tricks of the gods? Our hero is a second generation Greek American, born and raised in Astoria, Queens, N.Y.C., from a family of little means. Odysseas Mandrakis, working-class hero who through talent, inventivity, guts, and unrestraint ambition fulfills the American dream, rising from the bitter poverty of his youth and the anonymity of the masses, with his Greek heritage on second base playing up from time to time. Our heroine, a Bostonian high society debutante in post Worldwar II America of the Cold War, the Korean War and the War in Vietnam; American princess in Paris during the existentialist 1950s, in Amsterdam during the revolutionary 1960s and in the Big Apple during the early roaring 1970s.< Less
THE TALLEST TOWER: Eiffel and the Belle Epoque By Joseph Harriss
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ABOUT THE PAPERBACK: "An interesting story, interestingly told, and as such it is welcome," wrote The New York Times of the first edition from Houghton Mifflin. This revised and updated... More > second edition from UP is the definitive history of the world’s most famous landmark and its ingenious builder, from a veteran international journalist. "Written with wit and charm," added The Los Angeles Times. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: “Harriss succeeds admirably…This is a well-organized, exceptionally readable book; entertaining, informative, and highly recommended," said Library Journal. Harriss has served as a TIME correspondent in Paris, Algiers and Brussels, a Reader’s Digest staff writer covering Europe, and a foreign affairs columnist for The Dallas Morning News. His work has also appeared in Smithsonian Magazine, The American Spectator, and many other publications. He lives in Paris.< Less
Philip Dru: Administrator; A Story of Tomorrow, 1920-1935 By Edward Mandell House
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Edward Mandell House (July 26, 1858 – March 28, 1938) was a... More > powerful American diplomat, politician, and presidential advisor, commonly known by the courtesy title Colonel House, although he had no military experience. He was a highly influential back-stage politician in Texas before becoming a key supporter of the presidential bid of Woodrow Wilson in 1912. He did not hold office but was Wilson's chief advisor on European politics and diplomacy during World War I (1914–18) and at the Paris Peace Conference of 1919. In 1919 Wilson broke with House and several other top advisors, believing they had deceived him at Paris.He was born July 26, 1858 in Houston, Texas, the last of seven children. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_M._House< Less
The Grey Cloak By Harold MacGrath
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Sixteenth century France was an exciting and turbulent setting for the story of The Grey Cloak. It was an especially good time to be alive if you were young, handsome, rich, titled and highly... More > regarded by the French Court. The Chevalier du Cevennes was all of those, but he was about to discover that everything could change in a matter of minutes. First the Chevalier is banned from Paris, and then a falling-out with his father leaves him penniless...and worse. He takes ship and sails to the North American continent, New France. In Quebec he drops his title and is known only as Monsieur du Cevennes. Adventure follows adventure, and this story has more twists and turns than the back alleys of Paris. Can love be in Monsieur du Cevennes future? Will his title and fortunes be returned to him? Will he be reconciled with his father? The answer to these and many more questions will be found in the The Grey Cloak, a novel torn from the pages of history.< Less

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