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Johnny Homicide By Steve Fisher
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“I don’t want to Die!” Jean Daniels moaned She had to get out of there. Nothing else mattered. Then footsteps echoed in the hall. She stood paralyzed and gazed into the... More > mirror. The door behind her swung open. It was the killer. He had used her and now he was covering up his tracks. She had to go. She was too dangerous to live... How long could it go on? “Homicide Johnny” West couldn’t answer that question. He had been called in to solve the murder of Harry Waters whose newspaper columns had ruined many men. But the web of violence grew steadily more vicious. Murder followed murder until Johnny and his co-worker, Penny Lane, found out they were next in line!< Less
Zululand's Temple of Death and other Exciting Action-Adventure Stories By Denis S Webber
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The stories in this book, with his earlier stories (typed manuscripts and newspaper cuttings), lay forgotten in an envelope marked DSW—Short Stories and Model Plane Club Articles through... More > numerous house-moves and relocations, until June 2006 . . . While looking through old family photo albums on a rainy afternoon in sunny South Africa, Ann discovered—for the first time—these stories written by her father—when a teenager—more than sixty years earlier. Knowing something of his avid interest in model aircraft building and flying, together with the fact that he’d had his own column on the subject in a national newspaper, she wondered what his short stories would be like . . . so, filled with curiosity, she left everything just as it was and settled down to read . . . This is the result: Stunning short stories from a master story-teller—with lashings of mystery, sci-fi, suspense, action, adventure, daring heroes, vicious villains. Exciting, nail-biting terror. Uncompromising rip-roaring entertainment.< Less
No Rest for the Witty, A Doggone Good Read By Frank King
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A writer for the Tonight Show with Jay Leno for twenty years, and a full time standup comedian and public speaker for over 30 years, who has survived two aortic valve replacements, a double bypass,... More > three stents, and a heart attack, so he is truly funny at heart. He has also survived a too-close-to-call near suicide attempt at the height of the recession, after turning a one million dollar real estate portfolio into a one hundred thousand dollar real estate portfolio, practically overnight, in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. He now speaks to associations, corporations, and colleges using ah-ha's and ha-ha's to turn people's mental, physical, and financial messes and stresses into successes. He's a star of stage, page, and podcast (the world's only funny architectural podcast...go figure), and an award winning humorous newspaper (you remember those) columnist. This is a collection of those newspaper columns. Enjoy the wit and wisdom as Frank King shares his "just a bubble off plumb" look at life.< Less
Adonis & Big Nose in China By Edward Garner & Mary Perry
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Mary Perry and Edward Garner relate the compelling tale of a year in China spent teaching English and travelling... Mary was born in Durban, grew up in Johannesburg, spent 15 years in Newcastle,... More > Northern KwaZulu Natal, where she was Akela of the Wolf Cubs for many years and started her teaching career at St Dominic’s Academy. She then moved to Durban and taught at Durban Girls’ High School for 15 years before going to England for ‘an adventure’. She has two sons and is a proud grandmother of four wonderful boys and a gorgeous little girl. Edward Garner was born at Derby, England and now lives in South Africa. As a professional soldier he travelled the world, including Norway, Malta, Russia, Cyprus and Germany. On leaving the army he and his family lived in Ireland for 22 years where he wrote a regular weekly newspaper column and also wrote a number of books on local history. He and his late wife eventually moved back to Derby, where his three children and two grandchildren still live.< Less
Sleeping Man State 2013 July By Jesse Campfens
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Richard, a secretly bred clone, was rescued at birth by a concerned young scientist who delivers him on the porch of Ferdinand Fletcher's hillside mansion. Fletcher, who happens to be the chief... More > editor of the Free Morning – the city’s last independent newspaper – takes care of the boy and raises him in the basement. From there, Richard starts exploring his Very Existence and the meaning of life. Now, eighteen years later, the world is changing fast. After a cataclysmic Big Event, the people in the metropolis are caught in a web of fear. They live a life of meaningless consumption, losing sight of their true purpose. In an anonymous column, Richard is able to share his pure, unbiased visions with his readers – hoping to wake the city from its soulless slumber. When his safe house is suddenly endangered, Richard has to answer the call of destiny. Following Fletcher's instructions, he travels to the immense Subsomnia City for the first time in his life. MORE: www.sleepingmanstate.com< Less
How to Win Clients and Influence Customers in the Coaching Business By Michael Senoff
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Dave Flannery has been busy since the last time we talked, and not just with his HMA practice. He’s also written a book called The Four Absolute Unbreakable Laws for Making Huge Profits. And in... More > this audio, you’ll hear Dave talk a little about his book and a lot about how he runs his HMA business so smoothly. If you’re wondering how he gets it all done – working with eight clients while still having time to write newspaper columns and a book – you’re probably doing too much for your clients. According to Dave, if you spend more than a couple hours a week on any one client, you’re doing more than you’re getting paid for. The HMA system is set up to work like a partnership where you guide clients on the ways they can grow their businesses, not do it for them.< Less
Lone Scout of Letters By Herbert C. Klatt
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Herbert C. Klatt was a primary figure of the Lone Scouts of America movement in Texas. Not only did he contribute to Lone Scout, the organization’s official organ, he also wrote articles for a... More > plethora of “tribe papers” and edited Lone Scout columns for regional and community newspapers. Despite all this, Klatt is probably best known as a friend and correspondent of Texas author Robert E. Howard. Klatt’s importance in Howard’s biography has not been fully explored, but he was instrumental in the introduction of his more famous friend to the group of writers that eventually produced The Junto, including Harold Preece and Booth Mooney. Upon his death in 1928, Klatt’s friends attempted to garner support for a memorial collection of his writings. Plans were made and printers contacted, but the attempt was never realized—-until today. This anthology collects Klatt's letters to Tevis Clyde Smith and a sampling of his Lone Scout material. It also includes material by Robert E. Howard, Truett Vinson, and Smith.< Less
Lone Scout of Letters By Herbert C. Klatt
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Herbert C. Klatt was a primary figure of the Lone Scouts of America movement in Texas. Not only did he contribute to Lone Scout, the organization’s official organ, he also wrote articles for a... More > plethora of “tribe papers” and edited Lone Scout columns for regional and community newspapers. Despite all this, Klatt is probably best known as a friend and correspondent of Texas author Robert E. Howard. Klatt’s importance in Howard’s biography has not been fully explored, but he was instrumental in the introduction of his more famous friend to the group of writers that eventually produced The Junto, including Harold Preece and Booth Mooney. Upon his death in 1928, Klatt’s friends attempted to garner support for a memorial collection of his writings. Plans were made and printers contacted, but the attempt was never realized—-until today. This anthology collects Klatt's letters to Tevis Clyde Smith and a sampling of his Lone Scout material. It also includes material by Robert E. Howard, Truett Vinson, and Smith.< Less
From Russia with Love By Tom Law
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Author’s recommendation: “DO NOT PURCHASE THIS BOOK!” Tom Law gives us a peek into the honey web of mail-order brides from mother Russia. What is the force and momentum behind this... More > multi-million dollar business that started out with seedy advertisements in the back columns of our weekend newspapers and is now driven by slick software on the www? Is there still a seedy side? Why do so many people pin their hopes and dreams to finding their perfect soul-mate by electronic wizardry? Why are so many men making expensive journeys to Moscow and the Crimea? Is it the same old saga of the aging man prepared to fork out Dollars for a ten day whirlwind romance eventually creating a black hole in his bank account? Or do we indeed have fairytale endings with the formation of permanent, happy and lasting relationships? This is a research into this very question and results in some unexpected conclusions. A good read, funny and sad, but a true and perceptive look into the business of love.< Less
Litmus Tests, Volume II: A Collection of Short Stories By Lynn Veach Sadler
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Writer/Editor Dr. Lynn Veach Sadler, (former) college president, Distinguished Woman of North Carolina, and National Women’s Hall of Fame member, has published widely in academics and in... More > creative writing. She has published 5 books and 72 articles and edited 23 books/proceedings and 3 national journals and published 3 newspaper columns (1 now). In creative writing, she has 11 poetry chapbooks and 4 full-length collections, 125+ short stories, 4 novels, a novella, 5 short story collections (including Litmus Tests, Volumes I and II), and 2 nonfiction collections. One of her 41 plays was commissioned for the First International Robert Frost Symposium. As North Carolina’s Central Region Gilbert-Chappell Distinguished Poet 2013-2015, she mentored student and adult poets. Lynn’s awards include teaching, Civil Rights, and Exceptional Service to the History of the State of North Carolina.< Less

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