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A Brand New Hell By Fritz Hoffecker
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Liz Barnes, the driven, dark-hearted heroine of A BRAND NEW HELL, is a successful real estate developer who lives near Annapolis in the “prestigious Linden Harbor enclave.” While Liz... More > schemes to acquire Eastern Neck Island – a National Wildlife Refuge – and turn it into an exclusive community for the Super-Rich, oystermen over on Maryland’s Eastern Shore are getting ready for the first day of tonging season. Rock Hall natives like Deadeye, Crowbar, Seasnake and his son, Junior, fire up their workboats and head down the Chesapeake, as the modern ways of the Western Shore head east across the Bay and threaten to ruin their way of life.< Less
Blue Chastity By Butch Wrigley
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Honey Dew is not your average girl next door. Apart from being a beautiful, capable gynaecology student at the local university,she also stars in porn movies as 'Blue Chastity'; the sassy and... More > compassionate super heroine who rescues victims from unsatisfying sexual encounters. But when a rogue lecturer begins using a fiendish device to leave students in the tortured throes of insatiable desire, Honey feels compelled to investigate. And when her own boyfriend is on the verge of becoming a casualty, Honey realises that there is only one person who is brave and capable enough to save them all....< Less
The Shovel that Wept and Other Stories on the Unraveling of Modern-Day Sins By Dania Al Husseini
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« The Shovel That Wept and Other Stories on the Unraveling of Modern-Day Sins » is an Anthology of seven fictional short stories that centers on ‘sins’ which are evident in... More > the 21st Century. At the heart of each story is the female, because in today’s world, she represents the persona of the ‘super-woman’. The purpose of this collection is not to discredit females. Its aim is to reveal that the notion of an ultra-heroine female can be challenged when she is observed in her natural environment and under natural circumstances. The female is known to be nurturing, kind, emotionally resilient, considerate and selfless. Using one ‘sin’ in each story, I explore how those familiar sentiments can unravel when they are veiled by modern-day ‘sins’. In our modern societies, could there be such a thing as a good sin and a bad sin?< Less
Vanished Lives: A True Tale of Old Manchester By Alan Richardson
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In 1813, when John and Margaret Richardson arrived in Manchester, it was the world’s first great industrial city. To contemporaries it was an almost frightening spectacle that attracted... More > visitors from every nation on earth. As the years passed, the Richardsons' descendants became part of Disraeli’s “two nations,” the super rich and the working class, their lives marked by stoic endeavours, love affairs, grudges, feuds, tragedies and melodramas. Here we meet thrusting entrepreneurs, black sheep, clowns and heroines, hard-won prosperity and sudden misfortune. Author Alan Richardson qualified as a veterinary surgeon in 1963 and pursued a career in veterinary research. He has also taken a serious interest in certain aspects of Roman archaeology and has published over 30 peer-reviewed papers on Roman roads, military camps, forts, surveys and field systems. In 1985 he was awarded the Reginald Taylor Prize by the British Archaeological Association for his work on the Roman penetration of East Cheshire.< Less
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Delfine the Dream Girl By Patricia Garfield
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Delfine the Dream Girl is the story of an eleven-year-old super-heroine discovering her power and learning to harness it. As she falls asleep, Delfine undergoes a transformation: her straight hair... More > turns curly. This “curl power” lifts Delfine out of bed and sends her flying through the open window to land in the midst of a child’s nightmare. Inside the nightmare Delfine helps dreamers save themselves using secret techniques she learns from the journals written by her missing parents. Her mother, an anthropologist, and her father, an archeologist, have disappeared on a “dig.” Delfine is trying to rescue them. Delfine’s quests take her inside typical dreams of sleepers in different countries, cultures, and times (a kind of Tin-Tin meets The Magic Tree House and The Wizard of Oz). Delfine reveals how young readers become creative dreamers: she presents useful methods for coping with dark dreams; she shows how to use dream imagery for creative projects (art, poetry, songs).< Less
Delfine the Dream Girl EBOOK Edition By Patricia Garfield
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Delfine the Dream Girl is the story of an eleven-year-old super-heroine discovering her power and learning to harness it. As she falls asleep, Delfine undergoes a transformation: her straight hair... More > turns curly. This “curl power” lifts Delfine out of bed and sends her flying through the open window to land in the midst of a child’s nightmare. Inside the nightmare Delfine helps dreamers save themselves using secret techniques she learns from the journals written by her missing parents. Her mother, an anthropologist, and her father, an archeologist, have disappeared on a “dig.” Delfine is trying to rescue them. Delfine’s quests take her inside typical dreams of sleepers in different countries, cultures, and times (a kind of Tin-Tin meets The Magic Tree House and The Wizard of Oz). Delfine reveals how young readers become creative dreamers: she presents useful methods for coping with dark dreams; she shows how to use dream imagery for creative projects (art, poetry, songs).< Less
Delfine the Dream Girl By Patricia Garfield
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Delfine the Dream Girl is the story of an eleven-year-old super-heroine discovering her power and learning to harness it. As she falls asleep, Delfine undergoes a transformation: her straight hair... More > turns curly. This “curl power” lifts Delfine out of bed and sends her flying through the open window to land in the midst of a child’s nightmare. Inside the nightmare Delfine helps dreamers save themselves using secret techniques she learns from the journals written by her missing parents. Her mother, an anthropologist, and her father, an archeologist, have disappeared on a “dig.” Delfine is trying to rescue them. Delfine’s quests take her inside typical dreams of sleepers in different countries, cultures, and times (a kind of Tin-Tin meets The Magic Tree House and The Wizard of Oz). Delfine reveals how young readers become creative dreamers: she presents useful methods for coping with dark dreams; she shows how to use dream imagery for creative projects (art, poetry, songs).< Less
Drugs By John Baselmans
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When we think of drugs, we immediately think of the old guard drugs like cocaine, heroin and hemp. Other than that, there are for some time synthetic drugs (XTC) made in many forms, colors and... More > effects. We talk in this book about the ordinary old-fashioned drugs in the form of cocaine. We’re going to expose what is behind and who are the true drug dealers. The old-fashioned drug is still the trade with which the super rich enrich themselves. Also, it is the elite who use a lot of this stuff. You can make it clear that most of the top in the business world, but also the politics and those who move into higher layers, are the permanent users of the cocaine stuff. Often in the most pure form and often used daily like a breakfast and dinner. But first I like to elaborate some things; what is cocaine and who are the driving forces behind these drugs according to world organizations of detecting drugs. Let's talk about drugs.< Less

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