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Comical Captions - Family Flashbacks By Tom Rent
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The best of the Comical Captions book series. Contains most of the images from the 3 prior books and is bound in a "FLAT" style book with a flat spine. This version uses a wonderful... More > laminated cover. The images are printed on regular bright white paper which is not as good as seen in the Saddle Stiched books which includes the RELATIVELY FUNNY version. Enjoy!< Less
Rent 2 Rent Secrets By Francis Dolley
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The property fast track If you are investing in property in any way, shape or form, this little book will soon become one of your most valuable assets! It is a condensed version of all the systems... More > needed to set up a High Cash-flowing Multi-Let property business – the complete A to Z! Mistakes can be costly but with this essential you make sure you get it right! It's a little book of Golden Nuggets that will never leave your side. In fact you'll need two copies as you'll soon wear this one out! Just buy it!< Less
The Official Batchelor Herd/WCOG Cookbook By The 'Rents of Club Boulevard
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For the boys of the Bachelor Herd/WCOG of Club Blvd, Durham. Easy recipes boys like.
Low Rent By Thomas Jordan
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Low Rent is a semi-autobiographical novel wherein TommyJ reveals his nefarious past in numerous short stories he has written in a series of letters to his new friend, a Las Vegas hooker he nicknames... More > Caribou. From shining new light upon the tumultuous times most youth face while growing up in the modern urban-American setting, to reshaping the notion of the classic rags-to-riches story, Low Rent is a stumble through the life story of a man who, despite a very extensive, very lucrative criminal career, manages to avoid ever serving time in prison. From stabbings and drug overdoses, to finding himself camping on an island with a homeless man that he has taken LSD with, Thomas Jordan takes us on a vivid stroll through his Low Rent world.< Less
THE RENT VEIL By Horatius Bonar
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There was no veil in Paradise between man and God. There were three places or regions; the outer earth, Eden, and “the Garden of Eden,” or Paradise; but there was no veil nor fence... More > between, hindering access from the one to the other. There was nothing to prevent man from going in to speak with God, or God from coming out to speak with man. It was not till after man had disobeyed that the veil was let down which separated God from man, which made a distinction between the dwellings of man and the habitation of God. Before God had spoken or done aught in the way of separation, man betrayed his consciousness of his new standing, and of the necessity for a covering or screen. He fled from God into the thick trees of the garden, that their foliage might hide him from God and God from him. In so doing he showed that he felt two things,—First, that there must be a veil between him and God; Second, that now, in his altered position, distance from God (if such a thing could be) was his safety.< Less
Rent Veil By Bonar Horatius
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Published in 1875, Rent Veil was written by Scottish theologian and poet Horatius Bonar. Bonar's Rent Veil treats a variety of topics, most directly the atonement. The title refers to Christ and... More > Christ's body. Bonar claims that without the broken ("rent") body of Christ, there would still be a barrier ("veil") between persons and God. With Christ's death, there is the possibility of the forgiveness of sins. In Bonar's interesting treatment of the atonement, he also makes some intriguing points regarding the relationship of the Old Testament to the New Testament. Throughout, Bonar supports his points with liberal quotations from Scripture. The final third of his book provides an instructive call for believers. In it, Bonar extols believers to, and describes for them, the kinds of people God desires--worshipers, temples, priests, and kings. For an interesting treatment of the atonement, one can do no better than Bonar's Rent Veil. -Tim Perrine, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
This Space for Rent By Andrew Gettler
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This space for rent is a digital photography portfolio of Andrew 'littlegett' Gettler. With images from three sections of work 'portrait', 'artistic' and 'horror' this is a must not miss book. With... More > a unique photographic style and artistic vision, this book shows the range and depth this artist has. The emotion portrayed within and drawn from the models is as it should be; a Beautiful Ugly.< Less
This Space for Rent By Andrew Gettler
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This space for rent is a digital photography portfolio of Andrew 'littlegett' Gettler. With images from three sections of work 'portrait', 'artistic' and 'horror' this is a must not miss book. With... More > a unique photographic style and artistic vision, this book shows the range and depth this artist has. The emotion portrayed within and drawn from the models is as it should be; a Beautiful Ugly.< Less
Ass for Rent By Clara Cummings
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A young woman gets behind with her rent and when the landlord talks of eviction she offers him her body in lieu of payment. He takes up the offer and uses her for some pleasure. Excerpt:... More > “Get on the bed on all fours,” instructed Mr. Craig. Gail did this. She watched as Mr. Craig walked to the top of her bed and picked up a pillow. He put the pillow under her face. “OK, rest your head on that, but keep your ass in the air.” Gail again did what she was told. Mr. Craig went to sit at the side of the bed and Gail gave a start as she felt his hand slide onto her ass. He stroked it over her rounded cheeks and Gail could hear him letting out soft moans as he played. The touch was nice, although didn’t really do all that much for Gail. Mr. Craig looked around and seeing a chair went to get it and put it on the floor at the bottom of the bed. He sat on the chair, his eyes glued to Gail’s ass........< Less
Rented Houses By Helen Ritchie
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A fascinating memoir spanning the years between 1920 and 1960. Unaffected, charming and authentic.