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Black Bootee By Clair Francis Norman
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Who doesn’t enjoy a good mystery? But prepare yourself for a real treat, for Black Bootee is unlike any other mystery you have read. The convoluted plot itself is enough to tie you into a... More > Gordian knot of sleuthing. But it is the characters—the characters!—who will enthrall you. The cast is one such as you have never read about nor seen before. They are brave and bold, they are cowardly and devious—and you will love every twist and turn of their minds (and bodies). Good and bad lose all distinction in this original and absorbing “tale of treachery and double-dealing” (to quote the subtitle). The plot is woven so carefully and painstakingly that you know the author must have drawn maps to keep track of his characters’ movements. You will be tempted to do the same when some sequence of events appears not just unlikely, but downright impossible. And yet, everything works out as the implausible becomes possible and the mysteries are solved down to the last detail (well, almost).< Less
Black Frost By Abby Damrau
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Jax is rather different from other girls... She has special mutations like purple eyes and the ability to shapeshift. But her life is far from perfect. From being chased out of her school, to... More > being abandoned by both her parents. The only things that keep her sane are her best friend Scarlett, her optimism, and her brother Ryan. That is until one day she is faced with the ultimate betrayal. Jax is so filled with rage and denial that all she can do is pack up and leave behind all traces of her past. When the world is in danger, the only ones who can save it are a rag- tag group of friends; Scarlett- the superhero with dark secret... Ryan- the spy who went to jail to save the one he loves. And Leo- a normal brainiac who was dragged into the mix. And who else could be in charge of this group than... Jax- the ruthless mercenary< Less
The Black Gem By Vanessa Lajara
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This story is about two girls, who make a transporting machine and find themselves stranded on a island. This story is filled with humor, suspense and will keep you on your toes. Will the girls find... More > a way to survive, or will they die on this island?< Less
Black & White By Debbie Lerman
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A personal vision in black & white celebrating how well black and white go together. Includes photos of black and white babies, children, men and women who are eating, drinking, playing, and... More > living together in scenarios full of delight and humor.< Less
The Dragon was Black By Carla Feldpausch Siegle
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Exploring the world of color is made fun by a little boy's whimsical dream where the dragon is really, really black. Children learning their colors and those learning to read will appreciate the... More > humor drawn from the author's own four-year-old son.< Less
Black Magic By Mort Meskin
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Black Magic was a horror anthology comic book series published by American company Prize Comics from 1950 to 1961. The series was packaged by the creative duo Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, and featured... More > non-gory horror content. After 50 issues as Black Magic, the title's numbering continued for three more issues as the humor comic Cool Cat before being canceled. The contents of this wonderful book have been image enhanced and contains stories of three complete issues.< Less
Black Magic By Jack Kirby
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Black Magic was a horror anthology comic book series published by American company Prize Comics from 1950 to 1961. The series was packaged by the creative duo Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, and featured... More > non-gory horror content. After 50 issues as Black Magic, the title's numbering continued for three more issues as the humor comic Cool Cat before being canceled.< Less
Black Sheep By Cassidy Hyde
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“You’re just denying yourself the right to call yourself what you want to.” Viola blushed, and she felt her world open by the slightest bit. Her penchant for black humor and black... More > clothes was finally given a name aside from weird. Her quirks were labeled something other than freaky. It was enlightening, and, still, she was hesitant. She began to protest again, but his finger reached his own, pursed, lips, shushing her with a low, pacifying exhale through his teeth. “We black sheep need to stick together.” His constant grin never faltered. “If we don’t, we might just go batty.”< Less
The Black Dragon By Jay McEnery
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THE BLACK DRAGON / RATTUS NORVEGICUS / MONKFISH Elysia School is the setting for the three novels of the Elysia Trilogy by Jay McEnery. Located in beautiful English countryside, with privileged... More > students and a progressive philosophy allowing its denizens freedom to develop on their own terms, in theory it is an idyll. In reality, however, it is a disintegrating moral wasteland and a breeding ground for mental disorder, sexual deviation and existential despair. Jay McEnery's Elysia is a metaphor for the West at the end of the second millennium: a theoretically rich society, finally freed from the bonds of hardship, hierarchy and intolerance, yet still imprisoned in an endless cycle of futile striving, encroaching nihilism and a surprising propensity for meaningless violence. Three engaging stories set in and around the 1980s which explore modern angst with humor, tenderness and even nascent hope, in a study of a world which has almost lost faith in itself.< Less
The Black Dragon By Jay McEnery
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THE BLACK DRAGON / RATTUS NORVEGICUS / MONKFISH Elysia School is the setting for the three novels of the Elysia Trilogy by Jay McEnery. Located in beautiful English countryside, with privileged... More > students and a progressive philosophy allowing its denizens freedom to develop on their own terms, in theory it is an idyll. In reality, however, it is a disintegrating moral wasteland and a breeding ground for mental disorder, sexual deviation and existential despair. Jay McEnery's Elysia is a metaphor for the West at the end of the second millennium: a theoretically rich society, finally freed from the bonds of hardship, hierarchy and intolerance, yet still imprisoned in an endless cycle of futile striving, encroaching nihilism and a surprising propensity for meaningless violence. Three engaging stories set in and around the 1980s which explore modern angst with humor, tenderness and even nascent hope, in a study of a world which has almost lost faith in itself.< Less

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