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Cardboard Lover By Gardner Francis Fox
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MOMENT OF TRUTH Anne did not want money, he thought. She wanted marriage ... as Beth wanted affection, as Janet wanted confidence in herself as a woman, as Veronica wanted the violent release of... More > passion. And he, Willard Remsen? He was the other man in every woman's life, the lover who kissed their bruises and salved their pride. There was no substance behind such a man. He was superficial, surface bright, lacking character and responsibility. He was something to each of these women in the instant of their need, but nothing to himself ... He rumpled the paper in quick irritation. “It's the heat,” he told himself and went on reading.< Less
Sexurbia County By Orrie Hitt
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It's 1960. Tony Benton found flaming passion in the arms of honey-haired, hot-lipped Ruth Kennedy, who floated around in a golden Cadillac. Ruth's husband ran Burk County, the fashionable sexurb... More > filled with thrill-hungry sin-hunters who stopped at nothing to satiate their jaded appetites. Sex, unlimited, brought cash to Burk County, and Tony soon learned that working its crimson nights paid off in dollars and dolls. But Tony had complications - jet-haired Connie Davis, to whom bedded bliss meant marriage, and bewitching Elsie Grines, his boss' daughter, and Amy Slade, who was callously victimized by the town's penchant for sin. Another brutally frank novel of 1960's sizzle, by the legendary Orrie Hitt, about men who left their consciences in the city, and women who checked their morals at the supermarket.< Less
7 Stories, 2 Novellas By Inez Baranay
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7 Stories of Mystery, Romance and Fabulation Wish for a man like Heathcliff and Heathcliff appears. Wish you had a penis for a day and there it is. Wish for a lover both man and woman and... More > that’s what you get. Your cousin from Transylvania arrives to make you a vampire. Aliens from outer space arrive at a new age women’s gathering. A fictional character argues with her creator. Queer desire, the supernatural and literary pleasure make up the worlds of these short stories. Surrealistic Pillow and Pearl of the Orient: 2 novellas of the 60s Two stories of teenage girls in the 1960s, stories of, love, identity and protest, of revolutionary music, rebellion and experiment, of Sydney and Asia, of the spirit of the times and the promise of the times ahead.< Less
How to Read: Writing Groups. How to Write: Reading Groups. FYP-PS-07 By Five Years
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Greetings. Friends. This Does Not Say Everything. The Book Has Not Disappeared. We Call Upon You All. Anyone. Romantic. Didactic. Noted-Experts. So-Called Dilettantes. So-Called Militants. Creatures.... More > Etc. Propose! The publication includes new work by: Jonathan Trayner; Paul Anthony Tarragó; Anniken Weber, Sadegh Aleahmad, Sikarnt Skoolisariyaporn, Dagmar I. Glausnitzer-Smith; Edward Dorrian & Mark R Taylor; Froso Papadimitriou; Liz Murray, Mia Taylor, John Hughes and Simon Rattigan; Jennifer Boyd & Alex Borkowski; Women Artists in Britain in the 1960s and 1970s - Reading Group: Mixtape edited by Litany (Nicola Guy, Katherine Jackson, Louisa Lee, Sophie Risner, Amy Tobin); Shona Macnaughton & Luke Cooke-Yarborough; Linda Laiva; Rachel Cattle, Jenna Collins & Volker Eichelmann; Seth Guy; Rob Flint/Among Others: Alison Ballard, Beth Bramich, Sarah Duffy, Katherine Fishman, Alice Gale-Feeny, Sam Mercer, Alia Pathan; Clover Peake, Giovanna Coppola< Less
One of a Dozen Apples: My Mom's Life Story through a Collection of Her Recipes... By Marilyn Lee Willour
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My mother's life through her recipes. 1920's to 2000's. South Dakota to California to Reno, Nevada. The recipes are those that women copied from each other as one of them was at the kitchen table... More > with a cup of coffee and the other was preparing dinner, or a special dessert. Some were handed down through the family, others were old or new friends that exchanged them while visiting. None were tested in "State of the Art Kitchens" they were tested in farm kitchens, small apartment kitchens, home kitchens across the country.< Less
Appel Cookbook By Marilyn Lee Willour
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My mother's life through her recipes. 1920's to 2000's. South Dakota to California to Reno, Nevada. The recipes are those that women copied from each other as one of them was at the kitchen table... More > with a cup of coffee and the other was preparing dinner, or a special dessert. Some were handed down through the family, others were old or new friends that exchanged them while visiting. None were tested in "State of the Art Kitchens" they were tested in farm kitchens, small apartment kitchens, home kitchens across the country.< Less
Connections By Elizabeth Guider
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Spanning the last fifty years, this family saga focuses on three generations of women, who grapple with sex and marriage, the elusiveness of success and the power of love to get them through tough... More > times. Told chiefly from the alternating points of view of two sisters who come of age in the 1960's, the story takes us from Princess phones and prom dresses to the Vietnam War, women’s lib, the lure of Hollywood, 9/11 in Manhattan—and a family emergency like no other. Throughout the years the sisters often misread their own hearts or are mistreated by those they care about. When real crisis arises, they are challenged to summons their better angels. But can they?< Less
GO GO GIRLS of the 1970s By Carlo Mollino
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Outstanding go go girls of the 1960s and 1970s. Outtakes from photo sessions of Playboy's finest photographers.
GO GO GIRLS of the 1970s By Carlo Mollino
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Outstanding go go girls of the 1960s and 1970s. Outtakes from photo sessions of Playboy's finest photographers.
The Life of an Octogenarian By Bertha Lee Redden Shaw
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Nearing the end of her life, 83 year old Bertha Redden was asked by her daughter to write her life story. In 1960 she sat down and produced a surprisingly engaging hand-written manuscript.... More > Although she has been gone over 50 years, her story propels us into the “good old days”. Her memories of a simple life in a small town are a celebration of two lives; young Bertha and her sturdy mother, Susannah. Her story is filled with detailed descriptions of life on a small farm in the horse and buggy days. It is told with warmth by the youngest of four children raised by an industrious Civil War widow. Book also includes many photos of Traders Point from the collection of Traders Point resident Eddie Hightshue. Edited by Ross Reller of Traders Point< Less

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