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Even in Peoria By Martin Crookall
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Take one recently dumped fellwalker, a woman on a mysterious walk and two hard men chasing them round the Lake District: what is going on here?
From Parliament to Peoria By Gloria Hetherlin LaHood
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Memoirs and family history/genealogy of Harry and Gloria LaHood.
Peoria, I Hardly Knew Ye By james newberg
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Memories of growing up in Peoria in the 1960's as originally published in Marty Wombacher's blog; 'Meanwhile Back In Peoria' by James Newberg
Peoria, I Hardly Knew Ye By james newberg
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Memoirs of growing up in Peoria in the 1960's by James L Newberg
No One Leaves Peoria (Novel Preview) By Monique N. Simpson
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A wife vows to stand by her husband for better or for worse, but must a wife still stand by her husband when he has given up on himself? After years of pleading with her husband Kirk to take Viagra,... More > Cleo is losing hope of being a fully satisfied woman. But everything changes when an exchange student arrives at her house. His feminine mannerism lead most in Peoria to see K, the Korean college student, as gay, but when Kirk goes on a "boys only trip" to Colombia, Cleo discovers K isn't gay at all. In fact, K has "mommy issues," and Cleo is the perfect older woman to help him solve them. But nothing good lasts forever, especially when vows are broken. Upon returning from Colombia, Kirk realizes that K isn't gay and Cleo isn't the woman he thought she was. Kirk must decide if he will join his fellow scorned husbands in Peoria's "Husband of the Year Club," where husbands get good-old-fashioned revenge on disloyal wives. Whatever the decision, it's clear that no one leaves Peoria the same as when s/he arrived.< Less
Peoria Stories: Tales from the Illinois Heartland By Ken Zurski
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From Ken Zurski, author of The Wreck of the Columbia, comes a collection of stories about people and events which helped shape a city and region. Included are profiles of Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham... More > Lincoln, Charles Lindbergh and many other famous and not so famous figures who played a part in the rich history of Peoria and Central Illinois. Incorporating important historical milestones like the first flights, the rise of the automobile, and radio’s early days, Zurski skillfully intertwines local and national perspectives into each story for a captivating trip back to the past. Peoria Stories will both enlighten and entertain.< Less
When Rich and I Were Young By Loretta Grob
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A compilation of glimpses and happenings of family life in the early part of the 1900's, in Peoria County, Illinois.
When Rich and I Were Young By Loretta Grob
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A compilation of glimpses and happenings of family life in the early part of the 1900's, in Peoria County, Illinois.
A Year Under Streetlights By Gabrielle Ben-Ezra
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My world spins on an axis called University East, a piece of the city two blocks by seven. It's mine to look out for, my piece of the city full up with predators, prey, victims and regular people... More > just trying to get by. I look out for them. I watch their backs even when they haven't asked me to. The city loves them and she asks me to protect them. That's enough for me; I never could resist a woman in need.< Less
A Year Under Streetlights By Gabrielle Ben-Ezra
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My world spins on an axis called University East, a piece of the city two blocks by seven. It's mine to look out for, my piece of the city full up with predators, prey, victims and regular people... More > just trying to get by. I look out for them. I watch their backs even when they haven't asked me to. The city loves them and she asks me to protect them. That's enough for me; I never could resist a woman in need.< Less