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The Diner By Paul Kruk
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Bruce is a travelling man telling a story which the Americans don`t want him to tell ... Maggie is a farm girl who works at the local diner. They meet near Havelock, Iowa, after he loses the CIA.
The Diner By Jessica Snare
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Join four people as they fight for their lives against a deranged killer set loose in Florida marshland. A page turner that will leave you on the edge of your seat.
Diners and Diner People By Randy Garbin
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For those who love the great American diner! From the publishers of RoadsideOnline.com, the 2013 Diners & Diner People calendar presents the true gems of the American roadside and the people who... More > bring them to life. The calendar features photographs of diners and diner people taken by Roadside founder and publisher Randy Garbin, who has covered almost a half-million miles of the American roadside and has eaten in over 700 real diners.< Less
Diner Poems By Daniel S. McTaggart
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The American diner. It's a mythical place romanticized in art, literature, and film. We've all stopped at the side of the road for a quick burger or a cup of coffee. And a slice of pie or two to... More > keep that meal in our stomach. Whenever we walk out those doors, a part of us stays seated. Indulging in the slow pace and easy conversation. Daniel S. McTaggart has eaten in many diners. He has also worked in one or two. And in many ways, he still does. This book is the culmination of his immersion in classic Americana. Some of the stories in this book are real. Some live in a dreamworld where cute waitresses are always happy to see you. So open these covers, if you will. Sit down and stay a while.< Less
Dining in the Diner By Violet Appel
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California Southern’s “Dining in the Diner” – opulent luxury that could only be achieved just a few years before on steel-wheeled private cars owned by tycoons and... More > millionaires and presidents of major railroads, featuring hot & cold running water, state rooms with built-in fireplaces , complete with kitchen facilities, ice boxes; exquisite panel inlayed, draped bunting and pearl incrusted “madam’s” amenities, sitting room, office, “plush” seating of course, picture windowed, brass railed observation deck for viewing one’s empire as never had been seen before (or) matched today in rail travel… Format 6 x 9, 54 pages…< Less
Dozen Diners By Erik Herberg
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Take a visual journey to the 12 best diners in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area.
Dozen Diners By Erik Herberg
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Take a visual journey to the 12 best diners in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area.
DINER DHARMA By A. D. Thompson
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Monk saw a sign. It was that sign that brought a Buddhist monk off the roads of West Texas to the Ataboy Diner. Not only the sign but the secrets he keeps. The locals soon give him another mystery... More > to solve: the not-so-great train robbery. From chicken round ups to rodeos our bare-backed, backwards-riding Monk is called on time and again to tell a story: He tells about Issa the Mason who Wouldn’t Be King, about the Death of the Phoenix, about Opossum Boy and a Ghost Thief. He tells these stories to a crazy cast of characters including townies like waitress Isabella, the Queen of the Proverb, and to passers-thru like Bubba the wise trucker and the New Agers of the Caravan called the Gift…Come on in and sit a spell! Pull up a booth and settle in. Let Monk tell you a story!< Less
Shell's Diner By Don Edmundson
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This story is unique because it is a biography with a touch of fiction to tie together the different events of Michael G's life; up to the age of 20 years. He came to me to chronograph his life in... More > story form. So, I did. his story speak of abandonment from his mother, abusive drunken father and how he became homeless at the age of 14. Michael's story is a true inspiration of how a tiny coal room, a young friend and luck, managed to see him through the struggles of tough times and the rewarding good; with a few unexpected surprises along the way. With all this, he had to deal with a natural part of physical development which didn't hit most men until they were in their early twenties. For Michael, it came prematurely in his youth, which caused people to view him as much older than he really was. This curse, "Carter Ferelli" saw as a disability and an annoyance; it was something else that added to the problems of becoming an adult.< Less
Nikki's Diner By Kathleen Voss Woolrich
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This is a little book about two children who eat soul food every Friday night.