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Lamentations of the Wood: A Sensual Retelling of Classic Fairy Tales By Crystal Love
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We all know the stories. We’ve all seen the movies. But as we grow older, fairy tales have a way of changing and reshaping themselves. Princesses can become heroes. Witches can become... More > scapegoats. And the Big Bad Wolf can have a heart of gold. Lamentations of the Wood is a retelling of fairy tales based on seduction and love. Enter a world where sensuality has no bounds. Love comes in many forms and passion is just the beginning of the fairy tale. So step right in. Don’t be afraid. The wood and all its secret desires are waiting just for you.< Less
Lamentations of the Wood: A Sensual Retelling of Classic Fairy Tales By Crystal Love
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We all know the stories. We’ve all seen the movies. But as we grow older, fairy tales have a way of changing and reshaping themselves. Princesses can become heroes. Witches can become... More > scapegoats. And the Big Bad Wolf can have a heart of gold. Lamentations of the Wood is a retelling of fairy tales based on seduction and love. Enter a world where sensuality has no bounds. Love comes in many forms and passion is just the beginning of the fairy tale. So step right in. Don’t be afraid. The wood and all its secret desires are waiting just for you...< Less
Confessions of a Hollywood Agent By William Louis Gardner
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An explosive hollwood novel of sex, power, intrigue… and murder… in the 50′s. Confessions of a Hollywood Agent is a novel of a Hollywood courtesan and her procurer, who rise in... More > the film world of the 50′s and early 60′s. Clint the agent and Dorothy the Star manipulate the Hollywood Godfather, Fidel Castro, JFK, an international playbo y who was the godchild of Hitler… and one another. But the plo t and intrigues they devise to further their careers don’t always turn out as planned. Only an industry insider could write a story filled with such nuance about the glam and grim of Hollywood in the 50s and 60s. There is plenty of sinning in Confessions, but is there redemption? You’ll stay awake to find out. Don’t rush forward to the closing credits. They come much too soon.< Less
How to Be a Successful Notary Signing Agent By Signing Agent Man
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Author earned an B.S. in legal studies and an A.S. in paralegal. Author is a licensed realtor and certified notary signing agent. Readers will learn how to earn $50-$100 an hour after reading this... More > book. You don't need a college degree just buy this book and you can earn $50-$100 an hour. Gain experience, knowledge and helpful real world tips by reading How to Be a Successful Notary Signing Agent The author will share with you his real world experience, knowledge and helpful tips gained by his work in both the legal and real estate fields. Readers will gain valuable and priceless information of what it takes to be a successful notary signing agent when they purchase this book on how to be a successful notary signing agent.< Less
Real Estate Agent Handbook By V. T.
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Want to be the best property agent in town? Good! It's good to aim high, and no matter where you are in the world, top property agent can easily make 6 figures every month! However, being said, top... More > property agents have some unique and interpersonal skills that will attract people over and win the deals easily. This ebook compiles tons of tips from REAL property agents, sharing how they succeed and failed. Read the ebook, learn from these experts, and start making changes to the way you work. Once you know how to change, you'll succeed very fast! Don't be an average property agent anymore. Get this ebook today, and see yourself at the top!< Less
Agent 105 - The Diary Of A Hamster By Ramsay Stewart
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At the beginning of 2012, we finally acceded to the kids' incessant requests for a pet. Well not quite. They wanted a dog or, at a push, a cat. A proper pet, you might say. Instead, we got them a... More > hamster. They were delighted and if they were disappointed that the hamster didn't bark or meow, they kept it well hidden. They're lovely kids, full of cheek and nonsense. Anyway, we got the hamster and I suggested we call him Davie Bond. This suggestion was cruelly ridiculed and, instead, the name Agent 105 was unanimously agreed upon. Why not Agent 45 or 306 or 14, 822.96? Don't be daft. This book recounts a selection of Agent 105's best moments over the course of 2012. Please enjoy sensibly.< Less
Agent Nine and the Jewel Mystery By Graham M. Dean
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Bob Houston, the youngest agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, stepped out of the Department of Justice Building and turned toward home, his heart beating faster than it had in months. It... More > hardly seemed real but he was now a full-fledged agent in the greatest man hunting division in the Federal Government. Bob paused a moment at the curb. Another man who had emerged from the justice building joined him. It was his uncle, Merritt Hughes, one of the most famous detectives in the department. He put his arm around Bob’s shoulders; “Well, Bob, how does it feel to be a real federal agent?” he asked. It was a moment before Bob replied, and when he finally spoke the words came slowly. “I hardly know,” he confessed, “as yet it doesn’t seem real, but there is one thing I do know—I’m going to work night and day to make a success of this new job.” “Don’t worry about making a success,” advised his uncle. “You’ve got the stuff to make good or you wouldn’t have been taken into the department.”< Less
365 Things People Believe That Aren't True By James Egan
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Dinosaurs had feathers. The appendix isn’t useless. Coliseum gladiators were obese and staged their fights. The first robot was built 2,400 years ago. Sharks have no bones. Raspberries and... More > strawberries aren't berries. Banana trees don't exist. Diamonds aren't rare. You have never used tinfoil or chalk. George Lucas didn't direct the original Star Wars trilogy. A woman can conceive another child while she is pregnant. Tutankhamen wasn't an important pharaoh. The Bible never says what The Devil looks like. Wolves don't howl at the Moon. Lifting heavy objects doesn't cause a hernia. Leprosy doesn't exist.< Less
Another 365 Things That People Believe That Aren't True By James Egan
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Panthers don't exist. James Bond isn't a secret agent. The funny bone isn't a bone. Testosterone doesn't make people aggressive. E-readers like the Kindle were invented in 1949. Slavery has never... More > been more common as it is today. For most of history, pink was seen as a man's colour. Neanderthals were extremely smart and were able to speak. Vikings invented rap battles. Natural oranges aren't orange. Pocahontas' name was Matoaka. Rats didn't cause the Black Death. Doctors don't know how aesthetics work. Halitosis doesn't exist. You can legally drink alcohol in the UK when you are five. St. Patrick wasn't Irish. The Rapture is never mentioned in the Bible. There has never been 50 states in the United States. Selfies aren't a recent fad. They have existed since 1839. Nicotine doesn't cause cancer.< Less
Christopher Columbus & His Agent Harry By Sirtony
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COLUMBUS AND HARRY is modern at the core as well as the surface.  How does it do this?  By focusing on the part of the story we never hear about - - how C.C. raised money for the trip.... More >  Thus, the script becomes a sly take on the age-old Hollywood shuffle - - panhandling the studio head (a.k.a. the King) for funds to make your project (the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria) a reality.  What hip moviegoer couldn't relate to this? If we go a little deeper we can see that Columbus and Harry are in many ways like the classic pair of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza.  Columbus is the dreamer who wants to bend reality to his will, while Harry is the realist who helps (sometimes unwillingly) with that bending.  This makes COLUMBUS AND HARRY especially enticing.  After all, who hasn't had a dream that was shouted down or laughed at?  And unlike most people, Columbus sticks to his guns and makes his dreams come true. In short, COLUMBUS AND HARRY not only excels at being modern - - it excels at being universal.< Less