The Dhow House

The Dhow House Author Jean McNeil
ISBN-10 9781785079450
Release 2016-09-15
Pages 288
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Uncover the darker side of paradise. A moody, sensual novel about forbidden passion and terrorism on the Indian ocean coast of east Africa.

The DVD Novel How the Way We Watch Television Changed the Television We Watch

The DVD Novel  How the Way We Watch Television Changed the Television We Watch Author Greg Metcalf
ISBN-10 9780313385827
Release 2012-07-06
Pages 231
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Now that television shows can live forever as DVD sets, the stories they can tell have changed; television episodes are now crafted as chapters in a season-long novel instead of free-standing stories. This book examines how this significant shift in storytelling occurred.

The Show House

The Show House Author Dan Lopez
ISBN-10 194470003X
Release 2016-12-13
Pages 298
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"News of a serial killer targeting gay men in nightclubs has everyone in Orlando on edge. As anxiety ripples through the suburban sprawl, realtor Steven and his partner Peter prepare for a dysfunctional family reunion with Steven's estranged parents. Meanwhile, local pharmacist Laila finds herself searching for her missing younger brother, and the killer's painstakingly orchestrated life begins to unravel."--


Marsli Author Andy Weir
ISBN-10 6053753904
Release 2015-02-01
Pages 416
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Marsli has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Marsli also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Marsli book for free.

A Wanted Man A Stone Creek Novel

A Wanted Man  A Stone Creek Novel Author Linda Lael Miller
ISBN-10 9780373777228
Release 2013-03-26
Pages 384
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Determined to ignore the attraction between them, schoolteacher Lark Morgan and Marshal Rowdy Rhodes, both of whom are hiding dark secrets, form a tentative alliance when the past collides with the present.

The Selected Letters of D H Lawrence

The Selected Letters of D  H  Lawrence Author D. H. Lawrence
ISBN-10 0521777992
Release 2000-01-13
Pages 524
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An authoritative selection of letters by one of the great English letter-writers, first published in 1997, is also available in paperback.

Billy Tripod and the Eastside Band

Billy Tripod and the Eastside Band Author Gerald Marier
ISBN-10 9781496925251
Release 2014-07-18
Pages 394
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Billy is a boy born to entertain, but bad fortune and hard luck stop his every move. He plods on, singing here, playing there- does a stint in the army, but never does he accomplish what he wants. A bad accident happens, and from there he moves up. Money comes in- he marries his love, and off in another direction, makes his mark.

The Feminine Middlebrow Novel 1920s to 1950s

The Feminine Middlebrow Novel  1920s to 1950s Author Nicola Humble
ISBN-10 0199269335
Release 2004
Pages 272
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Middlebrow' has always been a dirty word, used disparagingly since its coinage in the mid-1920s for the sort of literature thought to be too easy, insular and smug. Yet it was middlebrow fiction - largely written and read by women - that absolutely dominated the publishing market in the four decades from the 1920s to the 1950s. Neglected by subsequent critical fashion in favour of the work of literary elites, this literature has only recently begun to be reassessed. Aiming to rehabilitate the feminine middlebrow, Nicola Humble argues that the novels of writers such as Rosamund Lehmann, Elizabeth Taylor, Stella Gibbons, Nancy Mitford, and a host of others less well known, played a powerful role in establishing and consolidating, but also in resisting, new class and gender identities in this period of volatile change for both women and the middle classes. The work of over thirty novelists is covered, read alongside other discourses as diverse as cookery books, child-care manuals, and the reports of Mass Observation. Investigating the nature of the feminine middlebrow and its readers, the author considers its variously radical and conservative remakings of ideas of class, the home, the family and gender. Defining her period as running from the end of the first world war to the mid-1950s, she challenges the prevailing convention that sees the second world war as effecting a decisive ideological and cultural break, and offers a revision to the way we currently map thechanging politics of femininity and the domestic in the twentieth century. The first work to insist on the centrality of the concept of the middlebrow in understanding the women's writing of this period, The Feminine Middlebrow uncovers a literature simultaneously snobbish and bohemian, daring and conventional, marked by an ideological flexibility that is the product of its paradoxical allegiance to both domesticity and a radical sophistication.

The Erica James Collection ebook

The Erica James Collection  ebook Author Erica James
ISBN-10 9781409138945
Release 2011-10-27
Pages 800
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Erica James's true-to-life novels are well observed, insightful and compulsive. We all have dreams, but not all of us have the courage or opportunity to follow them... 'This book draws you into the lives of these characters, and often makes you want to scream at them to try and make them see reason. Funny, sad and frustrating, but an excellent compulsive read' Woman's Realm Contains: A BREATH OF FRESH AIR, TIME FOR A CHANGE, A SENSE OF BELONGING, THE HOLIDAY, PARADISE HOUSE

Every Woman for Herself

Every Woman for Herself Author Trisha Ashley
ISBN-10 9781466838864
Release 2003-06-15
Pages 240
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Charlotte—Charlie—Rhymer's husband wants a divorce. Charlie isn't sure what she wants, but after the incident with the frying pan, even she has to concede that their differences may be irreconcilable after all. Returning home to her native Yorkshire and the bosom of her family seemed like a good idea at the time. Even if Charlie's father has never quite forgiven Charlie or her siblings (Anne, Emily and Branwell) for failing to live up to their more literary (as in Bronte) namesakes. Upvale Parsonage, the family home to which Charlie has retreated, is presided over by her sister Em. Em's hobbies are composing inspirational verses, dabbling in the Ancient Black Arts, and fighting off the incursions of Father's latest mistress. When the current mistress actually moves in, family loyalties are sorely tried. Still, Charlie is determined to bounce back from disaster and strike a blow for deserted older wives everywhere. But when she meets brooding actor Mace North, she realizes that when it comes to dating for the over-forty crowd, female solidarity be damned—it's every woman for herself! Sure to delight both Bronte fans and readers who like a good laugh with their romance, Trisha Ashley's first book to be published in the United States is a welcome treat.


Thirsty Author Kristin Bair O'Keeffe
ISBN-10 9780804040389
Release 2009-09-29
Pages 216
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It is 1883, and all of Klara Bozic’s girlish dreams have come crashing down as she arrives in Thirsty, a gritty steel town carved into the slopes above the Monongahela River just outside of Pittsburgh. She has made a heartbreaking discovery. Her new husband Drago is as abusive as the father she left behind in Croatia. In Kristin Bair O’Keeffe’s debut novel, Klara’s life unfolds over forty years as she struggles to find her place in a new country where her survival depends on the friends who nurture her: gutsy, funny Katherine Zupanovic, who isn’t afraid of Drago’s fist; BenJo, the only black man in Thirsty to have his own shop; and strangely enough, Old Man Rupert, the town drunk. Thirsty follows a chain of unlikely events that keep Klara’s spirit aloft: a flock of angelic butterflies descends on Thirsty; Klara gives birth to her first child in Old Man Rupert’s pumpkin patch; and BenJo gives her a talking bird. When Klara’s daughter marries a man even more brutal than Drago, Klara is forced to act. If she doesn’t finally break the cycle of violence in her family, her granddaughters will one day walk the same road, broken and bruised. As the threads that hold her family together fray and come undone, Klara has to decide if she has the courage to carve out a peaceful spot in the world for herself and her girls.

The Routledge Companion to Media Sex and Sexuality

The Routledge Companion to Media  Sex and Sexuality Author Clarissa Smith
ISBN-10 9781351685559
Release 2017-08-09
Pages 456
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The Routledge Companion to Media, Sex and Sexuality is a vibrant and authoritative exploration of the ways in which sex and sexualities are mediated in modern media and everyday life. The 40 chapters in this volume offer a snapshot of the remarkable diversification of approaches and research within the field, bringing together a wide range of scholars and researchers from around the world and from different disciplinary backgrounds including cultural studies, education, history, media studies, sexuality studies and sociology. The volume presents a broad array of global and transnational issues and intersectional perspectives, as authors address a series of important questions that have consequences for current and future thinking in the field. Topics explored include post-feminism, masculinities, media industries, queer identities, video games, media activism, music videos, sexualisation, celebrities, sport, sex-advice books, pornography and erotica, and social and mobile media. The Routledge Companion to Media, Sex and Sexuality is an essential guide to the central ideas, concepts and debates currently shaping research in mediated sexualities and the connections between conceptions of sexual identity, bodies and media technologies.

In My Wildest Dreams

In My Wildest Dreams Author Leslie Thomas
ISBN-10 9781407097114
Release 2008-09-04
Pages 544
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From Barnardo boy to original virgin soldier; from apprentice journalist in London's Fleet Street to famous novelist... At times funny, at times sad, but always honest and utterly compulsive, Leslie Thomas's story is straight out of fiction. As an orphan, he picked his way through the rubble of post-war Britain and was sent on national service to the Far East. Later he became a Fleet Street reporter, with hilarious experiences to relate, and then became the bestselling author of The Virgin Soldiers - the novel that, although scandalous in its day, is now recognised as a classic of its kind. He is also the creator of Dangerous Davies: The Last Detective, which has been adapted into a popular television series. In 2005, Leslie Thomas was awarded an OBE for services to literature. With a new introduction for this edition, this is an amazing story, and Leslie Thomas's magic touch brings it crackling to life with warmth, wit and humour.

Sentimental Lady

Sentimental Lady Author Cassie Bundy
ISBN-10 1468537571
Release 2012-01-31
Pages 344
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While Skye Manchester was away at her second year of college, her mother Lorelei lost her battle with breast cancer. As Skye is driving home for the funeral she finds herself consumed with so many thoughts and questions. When she begins reading her mother’s old diaries she thinks she’s getting all the answers. The next morning Skye wakes up in a strange room and soon finds herself face to face with a teenage version of her mother. It’s somehow 1978. Her mind is racing, but soon she relaxes and learns to just go with it. Through school, concerts, dances and just hanging out with Lorelei and her friends Skye’s many questions are answered. She witnesses great friendships, her parents’ first date and her mother’s first love. Skye finds a friend in the woman she always called “Mom”. But, will the guilt she feels about not being there when her mother passed ever go away?

B y c ler

B  y  c  ler Author Lev Grossman
ISBN-10 6053431265
Release 2013
Pages 416
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Quentin's life is changed forever by an apparently chance encounter: when he turns up for his entrance interview to Princeton he finds his interviewer dead - but a strange envelope bearing his name leads him down a very different path to any he'd ever imagined.

Linda Lael Miller Stone Creek Series Books 1 3

Linda Lael Miller Stone Creek Series Books 1 3 Author Linda Lael Miller
ISBN-10 9781460397213
Release 2016-06-16
Pages 384
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Return to #1 New York Times bestselling author Linda Lael Miller's beloved Stone Creek with this trio of fan-favorite romances In The Man from Stone Creek, trouble strikes a small town, and Ranger Sam O'Ballivan is committed to sorting it out. Badge and gun hidden, he arrives posing as the new schoolteacher and discovers his first task: calling on Maddie Chancelor, the local postmistress and older sister of a boy in need of discipline. But Maddie is nothing like Sam expects… In A Wanted Man, the past has a way of catching up with folks in Stone Creek, Arizona. But schoolteacher Lark Morgan and Marshal Rowdy Rhodes are determined to hide their secrets—and deny their instant attraction. And in The Rustler, where does an outlaw go when he's ready to turn straight? For Wyatt Yarbro, reformed rustler and train robber, Stone Creek is his place of redemption. And lovely Sarah Tamlin is the perfect angel to help him clean up his act. The Stone Creek Box Set Collection, Volumes 1 to 3: The Man from Stone Creek A Wanted Man The Rustler

The Singles

The Singles Author Meredith Goldstein
ISBN-10 9781101580523
Release 2012-04-24
Pages 256
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Take an instantly recognizable social dilemma—attending a wedding alone—add a good laugh (and maybe a cry), and meet The Singles, the warm and witty debut by Boston Globe “Love Letters” columnist Meredith Goldstein. Beth “Bee” Evans’s first vow as a bride is that everyone on her list be invited to bring a guest to her lavish, Chesapeake Bay nuptials. When Hannah, Vicki, Rob, Joe, and Nancy one by one decline Bee’s generous offer, the frustrated bride dubs them the “Singles,” adrift on her seating chart as well as in life.