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Little Stories for Big People By The No Return Writers Guild
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The authors of the No Return Writers Guild present a short collection of stories and monologues written to be performed. Selections draw from both the serious and lighter sides of life. Includes... More > works by Jay M. Dean, Antonia Washington, J.T. Masterson, Sam Munson, Jane-Marie Desidero, and Nora Jo Chambers.< Less
Little Stories for Big People By The No Return Writers Guild
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The authors of the No Return Writers Guild present a short collection of stories and monologues written to be performed. Selections draw from both the serious and lighter sides of life. Includes... More > works by Jay M. Dean, Antonia Washington, J.T. Masterson, Sam Munson, Jane-Marie Desidero, and Nora Jo Chambers.< Less
Passover and other Writings By No Return Writers Guild
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This is a collection including the drama Passover, and original poetry The Movies Were My First Love and Silver Lining.
The Return By Christian Petrie
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A short story about a customer issue with a DVD return.
The Return By Walter De la Mare
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The Return Of The Space Cowboy is the second album by British funk/acid jazz band Jamiroquai. The album was released on 17 October 1994 in the United Kingdom under Sony Soho Square and on 9 May 1995... More > under Work Group in the United States. It is usually classified under the funk and acid jazz genres.The album has sold 4,000,000 copies to date. The track "Morning Glory" was sampled in "Bite Our Style (Interlude)", a track by Missy Elliott from her album, Supa Dupa Fly. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Return_of_the_Space_Cowboy Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
The Return By Sasha Pryce
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Three dogcats,three powers,one faerie dog determined to bring them down. Will justice ever be done? The Return is the sequel to Labby's Adventures.
The Return By Sasha Pryce
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Three dogcats,three powers,one faerie dog determined to bring them down. Will justice ever be done? The Return is the sequel to Labby's Adventures.
The Return By Ed Harris
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After returning to his old home, life does not turn out quite like he expects it to. Edward is soon immersed in, not only the daily affairs of his estate, but also becomes involved in some deep,... More > heart-wrenching events that change his life forever. The Return offers its readers the full range of emotions, from love, happiness and joy on the one hand, to hate, despair and the loneliness of loss on the other.< Less
The Return By Walter de la Mare
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The Return by Walter de la Mare is an occult tale of possession. It is an interesting gothic psychological thriller, nebulous and dark, in the tradition of Edgar Allan Poe. Gripping and poignant... More > tale of psychic possession concerns Arthur Lawford, who appears to have been possessed by the spirit of a long-dead French 18th-century pirate. One of de la Mare's finest occult stories, the novel also deals with domestic trauma, unrequited love and philosophical reflection. Insidiously horrific, unrelentingly disturbing…< Less
Will They Return By Gilbert Rivera
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Will They Return... Those words echoed in the minds of all men shipping overseas to fight in WWII. This true story, told from the perspective of the common footsoldier, is an unflinching look... More > into the tough, day-by-day fight that soldiers in Company A of the 71st Infantry Regiment of the United States Army endured in Northern France and Germany as the allied armies pushed the Germans back towards the German homeland in late 1944/early 1945.< Less