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Men In White Socks By Derek Lee
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A collection of 72 attractive pictures of young men's feet in white socks.
World of Mandalas Coloring Book By The Mandala Men
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With care and precision we have designed 33 beautiful mandalas for you to color. So take your coloring pencils and enter the world of circles and patterns. Let your creativity flow, let your mind... More > calm down, structure your thoughts, and simply enjoy the process of making these black and white patterns into splendid worlds of color.< Less
Bethune's Time: White Men Seeking Grace By Martin Avery
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Imagine going back in time to meet the Canadian doctor and Chinese hero Norman Bethune. Magical realism by the author of the Bethune Trilogy.
The Bag Men By Mickey Josephson
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A story about life, the falacies, expectations,mistakes, and the follies we pursue in search for happiness,-- as told through the eyes of Tony Martinelli: “What’s wrong darling,... More > I’m sure we can work this all out,” I said. She hemmed and hawed, pranced and danced, raked her foot, here and there—“Go on,” I said. “I’ve been trying to tell you.” “It’s Chris.” “I know.” She tossed her head to one side, her eyes started to tear. “Go on Gisela—tell me, you’ll feel better.” “Chris is Tom’s son,” she said. I took her hand. “Gisela, I wouldn’t care if he were the son of Frankenstein, I still love him.”< Less
The Bag Men By Mickey Josephson
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A story about life, the falacies, expectations,mistakes, and the follies we pursue in search for happiness,-- as told through the eyes of Tony Martinelli: “What’s wrong darling,... More > I’m sure we can work this all out,” I said. She hemmed and hawed, pranced and danced, raked her foot, here and there—“Go on,” I said. “I’ve been trying to tell you.” “It’s Chris.” “I know.” She tossed her head to one side, her eyes started to tear. “Go on Gisela—tell me, you’ll feel better.” “Chris is Tom’s son,” she said. I took her hand. “Gisela, I wouldn’t care if he were the son of Frankenstein, I still love him.”< Less
Men are Not the Problem By Luna Charles
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Selene opens the door to her former boyfriend and her heart melts. It was only two months prior that Michael dumped her, leaving her in Miami to return to his hometown of Sarasota, presumably to make... More > something more of himself. It had been painful for her to let go, but at the end it was for the best. He had been a selfish and inconsiderate lover, escorting her around his white world as if she was his black Haitian Barbie. Selene who had taken charge of her life and overcame emotional and physical abuse, as well as many other difficulties since coming to the US, is somehow still in love with this spoiled, bad boy. She packs her bags and leaves with him, telling herself that love is worth the risk. However when an unexpected pregnancy and job loss turns her love sick world upside down, It is then that Michael’s true callous and cold heart is revealed. Struggling with the demons of her past and now the misfortunes of her present Selene realizes Men are not the problem.< Less
Men are Not the Problem By Luna Charles
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Selene opens the door to her former boyfriend and her heart melts. It was only two months prior that Michael dumped her, leaving her in Miami to return to his hometown of Sarasota, presumably to make... More > something more of himself. It had been painful for her to let go, but at the end it was for the best. He had been a selfish and inconsiderate lover, escorting her around his white world as if she was his black Haitian Barbie. Selene who had taken charge of her life and overcame emotional and physical abuse, as well as many other difficulties since coming to the US, is somehow still in love with this spoiled, bad boy. She packs her bags and leaves with him, telling herself that love is worth the risk. However when an unexpected pregnancy and job loss turns her love sick world upside down, It is then that Michael’s true callous and cold heart is revealed. Struggling with the demons of her past and now the misfortunes of her present Selene realizes Men are not the problem.< Less
In the Hearts of Men By Christine Plato
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Regina is beautiful and intelligent, and has grown up on a Georgia plantation. When the plantation owner suddenly takes an interest in her, Regina’s family sends her away. They think she is... More > escaping, but they are sending her into an even more complicated – and dangerous – situation. Upon moving to Gatlin, North Carolina, she quickly falls in love with Jacob, the attractive black caretaker at the Mercantile where she now works and lives. She also attracts the attention of a wealthy white widower looking for a replacement of the Cherokee wife he lost. Regina suddenly finds herself involved in a triangle of love and deception, where she is hated for the color of her skin, and loved for the wrong reasons. Through her trials, Regina finds strength within herself that she didn’t realize she had, and it eventually leads her through pain and heartache. She discovers that sometimes love isn’t what you first imagined, and the only one who can truly save her is herself.< Less
In the Hearts of Men By Christine Plato
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Regina is beautiful and intelligent, and has grown up on a Georgia plantation. When the plantation owner suddenly takes an interest in her, Regina’s family sends her away. They think she is... More > escaping, but unbeknownst to them, they are sending her into an even more complicated – and dangerous – situation. Upon moving to Gatlin, North Carolina, she quickly falls in love with Jacob, the attractive black caretaker at the Mercantile where she now works and lives. She also attracts the attention of a wealthy white widower looking for a replacement of the Cherokee wife he lost. Regina suddenly finds herself involved in a triangle of love and deception, where she is hated for the color of her skin, and loved for the wrong reasons. Through her trials, Regina finds strength within herself that she didn’t realize she had, and it eventually leads her through pain and heartache. She discovers that sometimes love isn’t what you first imagined, and the only one who can truly save her is herself.< Less
The Faith Of Men By Jack London
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John Griffith "Jack" London (born John Griffith Chaney, January 12, 1876 – November 22, 1916) was an American author, journalist, and social activist. He was a pioneer in the... More > then-burgeoning world of commercial magazine fiction and was one of the first fiction writers to obtain worldwide celebrity and a large fortune from his fiction alone.He is best remembered as the author of The Call of the Wild and White Fang, both set in the Klondike Gold Rush, as well as the short stories "To Build a Fire", "An Odyssey of the North", and "Love of Life".[citation needed] He also wrote of the South Pacific in such stories as "The Pearls of Parlay" and "The Heathen", and of the San Francisco Bay area in The Sea Wolf. London was a passionate advocate of unionization, socialism, and the rights of workers and wrote several powerful works dealing with these topics such as his dystopian novel The Iron Heel, his non-fiction exposé The People of the Abyss, and The War of the Classes. -wikipedia< Less

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