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Yellow Fever By Steffan Piper
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A modern tale of love and illusion set upon the dark streets of Los Angeles. Qianqian (chin-chin), a twenty-two-year-old living in Los Angeles, is a mixed-up Asian woman struggling with her career... More > as a well-paid but restless stripper. She spends her life faster than the money she picks up off the floor or from the rough hands of lonely old men that leave her unable to care about anyone but herself. Qian cold-heartedly strings along her obsessed lover, Sebastian Raines, a cop who moonlights by writing an anonymous gossip column. Caught between the quiet side of obsession and the lust that fuels the night-life, can she continue her lustful lifestyle, and find her own way out? From seedy strip clubs to well-heeled hotels, from Los Angeles to New York, Yellow Fever may be a tangled and dark love story, but it isn’t a tale that will quaintly unfold pulling you nearer to the protagonists. It is a tragedy. For some there is no redemption and for others there is no happiness.< Less
Yellow Fever By Terry Lloyd Vinson
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Amid the sweltering summer heat of nineteen eighties South Korea, a trio of bar girls are found brutally murdered mere miles from the main gate of Sunyon Air Force Base, their mutilated bodies... More > discovered near a red-light district known as the ‘The Ville’, infamous for the inebriate behavior of the American soldiers who frequent its many watering holes and back-alley pleasure palaces. Meanwhile, plying her ultra-specialized trade halfway around the world is Lei Park, a Korean-born, self-trained ‘killer of serial killers’ who possesses the power to ‘read evil’ within the very eyes of those she stalks and subsequently eliminates.< Less
Yellow Fever By Terry Lloyd Vinson
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Amid the sweltering summer heat of nineteen eighties South Korea, a trio of bar girls are found brutally murdered mere miles from the main gate of Sunyon Air Force Base, their mutilated bodies... More > discovered near a red-light district known as the ‘The Ville’, infamous for the inebriate behavior of the American soldiers who frequent its many watering holes and back-alley pleasure palaces. Meanwhile, plying her ultra-specialized trade halfway around the world is Lei Park, a Korean-born, self-trained ‘killer of serial killers’ who possesses the power to ‘read evil’ within the very eyes of those she stalks and subsequently eliminates.< Less
The Summer of Pestilence: The Yellow Fever Epidemic in Norfolk, Virginia By George D. Armstrong, D.D.
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George D. Armstrong's letters describing the 1855 Yellow Fever Epidemic in Norfolk Virginia make up this book. Armstrong, a Presbyterian minister, was actively involved in many aspects of the... More > epidemic. Indexed.< Less
Yellow Arrow Fever: The Grumpy Pilgrim's Guide to Santiago By Rudy Noriega
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What do you do when you realise that, as an Anglo-Hispanic, you are just not Hispanic enough? Well, if you are Rudy Noriega you give up your job, put on your walking boots and walk across Spain,... More > following the old pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. The hope is that covering five hundred miles can make him Spanish, or at least extend his vocabulary beyond the swear words. Helped and hindered by his fellow walkers on his spirituality-dodging way across the country, he spends the night in a church belfry, walks headlong into a bull-run, and discovers that perhaps he's sadly lacking the qualities of a true pilgrim. As well as heading west, the journey also heads back in time to a forgotten childhood.Even the grumpiest of walkers can find redemption when they eventually realise that you can’t get anywhere without a little help from your friends, even if you don’t really deserve it.< Less
Doctor Yellow Jack By Ronald Vlietstra
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Wally McConnochie has sailed from New Zealand to 1870s London to complete his medical training. He fights poverty and prejudice and is drawn back to the sea. Life aboard the Arabella is rife with... More > hostility, intrigue and the virulent threat of yellow fever. When the fever demon finally strikes, Wally has little support and no known treatments yet, if the crew are to survive, he must succeed.< Less
Doctor Yellow Jack By Ronald Vlietstra
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Wally McConnochie has sailed from New Zealand to 1870s London to complete his medical training. He fights poverty and prejudice and is drawn back to the sea. Life aboard the Arabella is rife with... More > hostility, intrigue and the virulent threat of yellow fever. When the fever demon finally strikes, Wally has little support and no known treatments yet, if the crew are to survive, he must succeed.< Less
Dallas Texas Bail Bond Yellow Pages Ads By Clifton Meador
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Dallas, a pleasant city in Texas, has a remarkable number of bail bond businesses. I was stuck in a hotel with a fever of 103, tossing and turning, and this dreadful fact became clear to me: there is... More > a lot of money to be made in punishing crime.< Less
Dallas Texas Bail Bond Yellow Pages Ads By Clifton Meador
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Dallas, a pleasant city in Texas, has a remarkable number of bail bond businesses. I was stuck in a hotel with a fever of 103, tossing and turning, and this dreadful fact became clear to me: there is... More > a lot of money to be made in punishing crime.< Less
How the Spanish American War Led to the First Cancer Prevention Vaccine By M. Ward Hinds
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This book details the history of scientific achievements beginning with Yellow Fever during the Spanish-American War and leading to a successful vaccine against hepatitis B virus infection.

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