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Cheating Death By Owen Mc Gough
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Cheating Death is a tarot effect created during 2011 – 2012. I was looking to create a card effect without using playing cards, as I already had more than enough card tricks in my working... More > routines.< Less
Cheating Death: Life On The Highway By Keith May
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For most folks, spending a month on a Harley-Davidson exploring rural America, is at best, only a dream. In the Spring of 2001, however, photojournalist Keith May did exactly that. On assignment for... More > an Adventure magazine, his mission was to go where the wind blew him and let pictures tell the story. 6,500 miles later, Cheating Death: Life On The Highway was the result. This lush photo-book presenting roadside America includes the very personal journal Keith kept along the way.< Less
The Man Who Cheated Death By James Swain
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From the bestselling novelist the New York Times calls a writer of “Ingenious Entertainments” comes a thriller pitting the world’s greatest magician against a deadly killer who... More > calls himself Death. Can someone really predict the future? Magician Vincent Hardare does just that during a TV appearance. It’s all a trick, only the killer whose next murder he’s predicted doesn’t know that. Hardare soon becomes the killer’s target, and must pull every trick out of his bag to save himself, and his family. Filled with amazing magic and hair-raising scenes, author James Swain draws on his expertise as one of the world’s greatest magicians to deliver up a novel filled with surprises. James Swain is the author of fourteen national bestselling mystery novels. Visit his website at www.jimswain.com “Swain is one terrific writer.” –The Wall Street Journal< Less
Cheating the Hangman By Nodar Kipshidze
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Detective Oliver Woods makes his literary debut as England’s greatest mind of the early 20th century. With his successes comes his quirks, and left without any crimes to solve, he is soon... More > convinced that he is dying a slow and painful death of boredom. Meeting with friend Tom Collins, detective Woods is submerged into a triangle of red herrings, broken hearts and past histories. Will he ever find the murderer, or for the first time will he be unable to solve a case? HOW did the murderer successfully enter and exit the house without leaving behind even one strand of hair? WHY did Mr. Collins have to die? WHO killed him? “The parlor was filled with anxiety, as the onset of suspicion plagued the faces of the guests. The moon just began to glow over the horizon as the light graciously perforated the windows.”< Less
Cheating the Hangman By Nodar Kipshidze
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Detective Oliver Woods makes his literary debut as England’s greatest mind of the early 20th century. With his successes comes his quirks, and left without any crimes to solve, he is soon... More > convinced that he is dying a slow and painful death of boredom. Meeting with friend Tom Collins, detective Woods is submerged into a triangle of red herrings, broken hearts and past histories. Will he ever find the murderer, or for the first time will he be unable to solve a case? HOW did the murderer successfully enter and exit the house without leaving behind even one strand of hair? WHY did Mr. Collins have to die? WHO killed him? “The parlor was filled with anxiety, as the onset of suspicion plagued the faces of the guests. The moon just began to glow over the horizon as the light graciously perforated the windows.”< Less
Cheating Can Kill By Sherry Miles
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A little story about a couple who go through many obstacles to be together. Will cheating bring them apart or closer together?
Cheating Can Kill By Sherry Miles
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A little story about a couple who go through many obstacles to be together. Will cheating bring them apart or closer together?
We Didn't Cheat By Dr. Lisa-Marie Calderone-Stewart
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Becca, Dawn and Ramona have been best friends since their days at Our Lady of Fatima kindergarten. They are English majors who face an overwhelming first year assignment: to write a novella. While... More > interviewing family members, they discover surprising stories of romance, death, betrayal and scandal. These new “secrets of Fatima” are revealed in their fictionalized account of the lives of their three favorite aunts/godmothers. The young writers didn’t realize that telling these stories would change their lives forever. Learn more about the author at www.lmcstp.webs.com 100% of book sale profit of We Didn’t Cheat is donated to Tomorrow’s Present. Go to www.tomorrowspresent.org.< Less
Cheating Life - 2nd ed. By Wray Davis
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I don’t know if it’s this way for everyone, but I didn’t remember any details during my past-life regressions. I remembered feelings. I remembered frustration. I remembered... More > feeling tired. I remembered planning to change the world - to make it a better place - a hundred different times in a hundred different ways in a hundred different lives, but it was always too hard. Just too damned hard. Call me a coward or a quitter. I don’t care. I’m on my way out, all the way out. And I don’t mean nirvana; I mean nihilation. I don’t have the time or energy for the Buddhist thing. Don’t feel sorry for me - I don’t. I’ve got a shortcut, and my exit door is covered in silk sheets and guarded by the best set of legs ever to wear fishnets. It’s the first death I’ve really looked forward to.< Less
Cheating Life - 2nd ed. By Wray Davis
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I don’t know if it’s this way for everyone, but I didn’t remember any details during my past-life regressions. I remembered feelings. I remembered frustration. I remembered... More > feeling tired. I remembered planning to change the world - to make it a better place - a hundred different times in a hundred different ways in a hundred different lives, but it was always too hard. Just too damned hard. Call me a coward or a quitter. I don’t care. I’m on my way out, all the way out. And I don’t mean nirvana; I mean nihilation. I don’t have the time or energy for the Buddhist thing. Don’t feel sorry for me - I don’t. I’ve got a shortcut, and my exit door is covered in silk sheets and guarded by the best set of legs ever to wear fishnets. It’s the first death I’ve really looked forward to.< Less