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In Tooth and Claw By Michael Luders
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On the surface, Diana Hutchins has everything—fabulous wealth, trips abroad, an apartment in the glittering city—but despite these riches, she suffers a profound malaise. Confronted with... More > the realization that an authentic life might mean renouncing everything she’s taken for granted, Diana leaves the caged city for a wide-open world where a feral presence haunts—and then begins to inform—her every action. Meditative and haunting, IN TOOTH AND CLAW mines deep into the human experience, asking if we live in a world today that no longer allows us to recognize our inner animal selves. “It is said by some that storytelling is a lost art. So, when you encounter a storyteller of the first order, as is the case with Michael Luders, treasure the experience. And this novel is a true treasure, a tale told by a master in full command of his art.” --Slaton White, deputy editor, Field & Stream< Less
In Tooth and Claw: A Novel By Michael Luders
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On the surface, Diana Hutchins has everything—fabulous wealth, trips abroad, an apartment in the glittering city—but despite these riches, she suffers a profound malaise. Confronted with... More > the realization that an authentic life might mean renouncing everything she’s taken for granted, Diana leaves the caged city for a wide-open world where a feral presence haunts—and then begins to inform—her every action. Meditative and haunting, In Tooth and Claw mines deep into the human experience, asking if we live in a world today that no longer allows us to recognize our inner animal selves. “It is said by some that storytelling is a lost art. So, when you encounter a storyteller of the first order, as is the case with Michael Luders, treasure the experience. And this novel is a true treasure, a tale told by a master in full command of his art.” --Slaton White, deputy editor, Field & Stream< Less
In Tooth and Claw By Michael Luders
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On the surface, Diana Hutchins has everything—fabulous wealth, trips abroad, an apartment in the glittering city—but despite these riches, she suffers a profound malaise. Confronted with... More > the realization that an authentic life might mean renouncing everything she’s taken for granted, Diana leaves the caged city for a wide-open world where a feral presence haunts—and then begins to inform—her every action. Meditative and haunting, In Tooth and Claw mines deep into the human experience, asking if we live in a world today that no longer allows us to recognize our inner animal selves. “It is said by some that storytelling is a lost art. So, when you encounter a storyteller of the first order, as is the case with Michael Luders, treasure the experience. And this novel is a true treasure, a tale told by a master in full command of his art.” --Slaton White, deputy editor, Field & Stream< Less
The New Facade: Ghana in the New Millennium. Political Discourses on Ghana and Africa By Desmond Ayim-Aboagye
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This book discusses the unique problems facing Ghana, once the country where Gold was excavated in such great quantity that it was named after it. The author, a native of this country philosophises... More > on how the military dictators, the ones that ruled this shinning star of Africa for many turbulent years should be dealt with. He proposes certain tangible changes that could lead this country to become truly liberated, and be decorated as well as industrialised, in order to provide jobs and a higher standard of living for its citizens. In order to boost its image abroad, the theory of superstructure democracy is deliberately propounded to deal with those political problems facing this nation, and many others in the African context. Ghanaians are particularly advised to utilise the powers of these conventional authorities as a supplement to block certain forces in the context of its power structure that bring chaos to the political process in the country.< Less
The New Facade: Ghana in the New Millennium. Political Discourses on Ghana and Africa By Desmond Ayim-Aboagye
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This book discusses the unique problems facing Ghana, once the country where Gold was excavated in such great quantity that it was named after it. The author, a native of this country philosophises... More > on how the military dictators, the ones that ruled this shinning star of Africa for many turbulent years should be dealt with. He proposes certain tangible changes that could lead this country to become truly liberated, and be decorated as well as industrialised, in order to provide jobs and a higher standard of living for its citizens. In order to boost its image abroad, the theory of superstructure democracy is deliberately propounded to deal with those political problems facing this nation, and many others in the African context. Ghanaians are particularly advised to utilise the powers of these conventional authorities as a supplement to block certain forces in the context of its power structure that bring chaos to the political process in the country.< Less
THE HISTORY OF UMUCHU By S. A. NNOLIM, Esq.
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The first aim of this book is to inform and educate Umuchu boys and girls, both at home and abroad, about the origins and customs of Umuchu town. This book may, also, be of interest to students of... More > history, especially of Igbo towns and villages of which Umuchu is a typical example. As the years roll by and more and more people begin to live in cities, they will soon be unable to trace out their former towns or where they originated from. It is the duty of those of us who saw or heard these things, first hand, to pass on what we saw, heard, and learnt from our own fathers, to our own children who we, hope, will, also, pass these on to their children. For he or she, who grows up, without knowing his or her origins and customs, is like a stranger walking in the dark.< Less
My History Through Food By Barbara Samper
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In this, her third family history book, author Barbara Samper gives readers a brief history of food from 1620 to the present, and then gives readers a glimpse into her own history of travel and... More > food. Sprinkled with vignettes of her time living in Latin America, Spain, and parts of the United States, Barbara tells fascinating stories of life abroad and the ins and outs of entertaining guests in different settings. While that alone would make the book a treasure for her descendents, Barbara continues the gift theme of her previous “Gift to My Descendents” books by including dozens of delicious recipes she prepared for family and friends. From simple comfort food to exquisite meals for fine dining, this book is a treasure trove of entertaining tips and good recipes that family, friends, and strangers will all find compelling.< Less
THE HISTORY OF UMUCHU By S. A. NNOLIM, Esq.
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The first aim of this book is to inform and educate Umuchu boys and girls, both at home and abroad, about the origins and customs of Umuchu town. This book may, also, be of interest to students of... More > history, especially of Igbo towns and villages of which Umuchu is a typical example. As the years roll by and more and more people begin to live in cities, they will soon be unable to trace out their former towns or where they originated from. It is the duty of those of us who saw or heard these things, first hand, to pass on what we saw, heard, and learnt from our own fathers, to our own children who we, hope, will, also, pass these on to their children. For he or she, who grows up, without knowing his or her origins and customs, is like a stranger walking in the dark.< Less
THE HISTORY OF UMUCHU By S. A. NNOLIM, Esq.
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The first aim of this book is to inform and educate Umuchu boys and girls, both at home and abroad, about the origins and customs of Umuchu town. This book may, also, be of interest to students of... More > history, especially of Igbo towns and villages of which Umuchu is a typical example. As the years roll by and more and more people begin to live in cities, they will soon be unable to trace out their former towns or where they originated from. It is the duty of those of us who saw or heard these things, first hand, to pass on what we saw, heard, and learnt from our own fathers, to our own children who we, hope, will, also, pass these on to their children. For he or she, who grows up, without knowing his or her origins and customs, is like a stranger walking in the dark.< Less
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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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