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California Screamin' By Patricia Morrison
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Intrepid pioneering San Francisco rock and roll reporter Rennie Stride finds herself once again as the Angel of Death's groupie, in the middle of plans, plots and playlists at the famed Monterey Pop... More > festival of June 1967. Where she runs into music and murder, not necessarily in that order. And when friends (and enemies) start turning up dead in the psychedelic crossfire, she goes looking for justice---or vengeance---for them all...< Less
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Pour l’officier de police Lorenzo, le problème n’était pas tant de découvrir qui était l’assassin des prostituées, qui sévissait dans la... More > ville. Il n’était pas tant de connaître l’identité de cette fausse blonde, qui dépouillait les blaireaux après les avoir drogués. Il n’était même pas de s’intéresser au vol de ce camion de jeans marocains, après lequel couraient tous les malfrats du port… Non, son problème était de retrouver la mémoire. Et, par là même, de savoir s’il avait toujours été un salaud. En vente sur le site de l'auteur au prix de 5 € + frais d'expédition< Less
Friends...Brothers...Soldiers All. By Peter B. Davis
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Packed with more than 60 FULL COLOR photographs, DEA Reports of Investigation and de-classified documents, this book details a record-setting cocaine transportation deal from Colombia to Miami with... More > connections to heroin traders in Afghanistan. It is the story of three real brothers - the youngest a Special Agent in the DEA, the middle one a contractor for the CIA and the eldest the Carrier Air Wing Commander aboard the USS Teddy Roosevelt - and how a series of unrelated events brings them together in the mountains of Pakistan.< Less
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The non-fiction book Smith County Justice was written as an exposé of governmental corruption in the East Texas town of Tyler, the county seat of Smith County. Its publication sent shock waves... More > through the political machine of the city of Tyler which then devised a plan for damage control. Shortly after its publication great pressure was brought upon the publisher to remove the book from circulation. The guilty authorities in Smith County have never acknowledged the evil of their ways or expressed remorse for the lives they ruined. Instead, legal and public relations firms have been engaged to mount a campaign to watch the used book markets for any used copies that might appear. Whenever such copies are found they are usually bought at whatever price is required and destroyed. As a result, used copies today have become rare and expensive. Eventually, almost all original printed editions can be expected to disappear.< Less

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