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Bikaner, Rajasthan, India By Ajay Jain
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An enchanting camel fair and lots more! Think of camel fairs, and chances are you will head to Pushkar in Rajasthan. But hold on to your horses (or camels) for a moment: consider Bikaner, with its... More > smaller yet far more enchanting version. And that is only one of the reasons why you need to be in this desert city. You could talk shop, for example. Someone needs to send Wee Willie Winkie to put the people of Bikaner to bed on time. They simply don’t want to call it a day – keeping their bazaars bustling with activity till late into the night. And you can never be hungry for long in this city. The city is full of food, inviting you with, “Come, gorge!” Take your pick from kachoris, samosas, jalebis and ghevar straight from the frying wok. While you are there, don’t miss out on the Junagarh Fort. This is where they would bury an innocent man on horseback alive within one of the turrets. ** More books at http://kunzum.com/books. Contact wetravel@kunzum.com if you face any issues. **< Less
A Little Cook Book for a Little Girl By Caroline French Benton
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A Little Cook Book For A Little Girl by Caroline French Benton, edit in 1905. This is Margaret's cook-book. Once upon a time there was a little girl named Margaret, and she wanted to cook, so she... More > went into the kitchen and tried and tried, but she could not understand the cook-books, and she made dreadful messes, and spoiled her frocks and burned her fingers till she just had to cry. One day she went to her grandmother and her mother and her Pretty Aunt and her Other Aunt, who were all sitting sewing, and asked them to tell here about cooking. When Margaret had looked at everything, she set out in a row the big bowl and the middle-sized bowl and the little wee bowl, and put the scalloped patty-pans around them, and the real egg-beater in front of all, just like a picture, and then she read a page in her cook-book, and began to believe it was all true. She had cooked every single thing in the book.< Less
A Little Cook Book for a Little Girl (Illustrated) By Caroline French Benton
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Once upon a time there was a little girl named Margaret, and she wanted to cook, so she went into the kitchen and tried and tried, but she could not understand the cook-books, and she made dreadful... More > messes, and spoiled her frocks and burned her fingers till she just had to cry. One day she went to her grandmother and her mother and her Pretty Aunt and her Other Aunt, who were all sitting sewing, and asked them to tell here about cooking…. When Margaret had looked at everything, she set out in a row the big bowl and the middle-sized bowl and the little wee bowl, and put the scalloped patty-pans around them, and the real egg-beater in front of all, just like a picture, and then she read a page in her cook-book, and began to believe it was all true. So she danced for joy, and put on a gingham apron and began to cook that very minute, and before another birthday she had cooked every single thing in the book. This is Margaret's cook-book.< Less
Drowning and Other Undetermined Factors - The Death of Natalie Wood By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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What happened to Natalie Wood in the wee small hours of Thanksgiving Sunday 29th November, 1981, in the dark, cold waters off the coast of Calalina Island, California? Did she slip and fall into the... More > water, or was she pushed so hard in a violent domestic dispute with her husband Robert Wagner, that she toppled over the side of the Splendour, as Captain Dennis Davern has now revealed after many years of silence? Almost thirty-three years after the tragedy, we are still no nearer to discovering the truth. Did she cling grimly and desperately to life for hours, her heart in tatters as she realized no one was coming to rescue her, that she would die just as her Russian gypsy mother had foretold many years ago? Pamela Lillian Valemont, a crime research numerologist of more than thirty-five years standing, takes a unique look at the charts of Natalie Wood, Robert Wagner and Christopher Walken and comes up with some astounding findings. What clues do the numbers give to "What happened to Natalie Wood?"< Less
Like a Storm Trooper By Gerrard Wilson
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Don’t get me wrong, George loved his wife, he loved her dearly, in fact he adored the ground she walked on. However, there was a problem; Martha, George’s beloved wife, SNORED. For three... More > long years George had struggled to overcome his weakness, the fact that he was an incredibly light sleeper. Every night, after the happy couple had retired and kissed the other goodnight, George lay in bed awake, waiting, listening, fearing, wondering when the nightly performance would begin. Sometimes it started straight away, the very moment his wife’s sweet head touched her pillow. Other times it began much later, well into the wee small hours, after George, having tired of waiting for it to begin, had drifted off to sleep. However, the one thing that each night had in common was the undeniable fact that his wife – Martha – snored with as much force and ferocity as a Storm Trooper invading Poland.< Less
Rood Der: 06: Barbarians and Bumblebees By Douglas Christian Larsen
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Rood Der: 06: Barbarians and Bumblebees. Joss Chen notices something insane in the sky while an oddly tattooed barbarian battles his lust in a gentle society of bumblebees and Wee Folk, and a distant... More > threat endangers the life of a Sky Valley Group member as confusion clashes. Life is beautiful through the Red Door, but it is possibly more dangerous than in any other world. How deep are we, immersed in this world we call reality? How many turtles down do we go, in this discombobulated, mixed-metaphor, rabbit-hole world? Their world might be based on Ayn Rand, her writings, philosophies, and her U.S. Presidency, but how dense are their numbers compressed, and for how long will their simulation even run? This little group has been provided an exit, but would anyone be rude enough to dare and leave their very own reality? Take the Rude Dare, and Cross over, where data is data, through the Red Door. From the author of Vestigial Surreality comes the new serial novel, Rood Der.< Less
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The Tao of Doris By Louise Dean
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Are you made of stern stuff? Are you a woman? Then yes you are. And Doris has the Tao to show you How. Doris is your best nightmare. Doris is more cold comfort than hot stuff. She’s as English... More > as a hard boiled egg, or a single measure (no ice.) She’s indifferent to fashion or fads, and she won’t tolerate shoddy work. She’s never short of a peppermint and she’s partial to a pipe. She’s a dark horse; she keeps more than a hanky up her sleeve. Doris is inclined to name-dropping. She’s drunk Greta Garbo, Gore Vidal and The Goodies under the table, given a Prime Minister a ticking off and caused a few upstarts to go limp. She won’t admit stains, dirty hands or weeds but she’s fond of of a sentimental sing-song in the wee hours. Doris disdains big boys and little girls. Some say Doris has a slightly controlling personality. However it may be, the one abiding and certain characteristic of Doris is this; she doesn’t take any shit. That’s why you need Doris now, more than ever.< Less
GLESGA TALES By Eddie Conner
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Glesga Tales is a compilation of 36 funny, embarrassing and interesting stories, Written by Eddie Conner recounting tales from the housing schemes, Pubs, Clubs and Bingo Halls of Glasgow in Bonnie... More > Scotland. Written as we speak in broad Glaswegian. You will be wetting yourself laughing as we take you on a journey into the hilarity of everyday life. A great wee read be you on the bus, train, plane or just stealing five minutes away from the kids on the throne, Beware you are liable to laugh out loud. Join us on a trip down memory lane for anyone ever associated with Glasgow or the surrounding towns. Please be aware that some of the stories can be a bit graphical and only suitable for those with an adult sense of humour. The idea behind this compilation of short tales is to preserve in print  the funny and interesting stories, from the pub’s ,clubs and bingo halls of Glasgow to keep future generations entertained with tales from the good old days as our time will soon become.< Less
GLESGA TALES By Eddie Conner
eBook (PDF): $2.50
Glesga Tales is a compilation of 36 funny, embarrassing and interesting stories, Written by Eddie Conner recounting tales from the housing schemes, Pubs, Clubs and Bingo Halls of Glasgow in Bonnie... More > Scotland. Written as we speak in broad Glaswegian. You will be wetting yourself laughing as we take you on a journey into the hilarity of everyday life. A great wee read be you on the bus, train, plane or just stealing five minutes away from the kids on the throne, Beware you are liable to laugh out loud. Join us on a trip down memory lane for anyone ever associated with Glasgow or the surrounding towns. Please be aware that some of the stories can be a bit graphical and only suitable for those with an adult sense of humour. The idea behind this compilation of short tales is to preserve in print  the funny and interesting stories, from the pub’s ,clubs and bingo halls of Glasgow to keep future generations entertained with tales from the good old days. As our time will soon become.< Less

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