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Carmella S Fate

Author : Paul Blades
ISBN : 0984567895
Genre : Fiction
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The second and concluding volume of the Tale of Carmella. Carmella, after proving herself an accomplished, energetic whore, is now one of the premier attractions at the House of Adeem. Jeb has worked his way into the Prince's graces. While enjoying the alluring and willing young women at his command, he launches the search for his lost love. But more than one person is interested in possessing her. Sergi, a cruel war profiteer and slaver has found her to his liking. Aboud, her trainer, has learned he cannot live without her. And she has turned the Prince's eye, who just might keep her for himself. This novel depicts scenes of violence and nonconsensual sex
Category: Fiction

Stranger S Of Fate

Author : Sarah Hoad
ISBN : 9781452093611
Genre : Fiction
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'Stranger's of Fate' is the third novel in the chilling Scripted Destiny series. Varela lives in New York with her family, working for one of the wealthiest families in the city. The day before her seventeenth birthday she awakens to the news that the ones closest to her have been killed in a boating accident. With a new master coming into her life, everything is thrown into turmoil. Varela starts to see images from the past, creatures presently living in her home and beyond all that, she is faced with a demon slowly casting his darkness around her. She is left with no choice but to run and in doing so she is faced with her strangers of fate, revealing a enchanting prophesy that could end it all.
Category: Fiction

Carmella S Twins

Author : Joey Donato Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781365012181
Genre : Fiction
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""Everyone wants to be an Italian from South Philly,"" jokingly states the Saia family. ""I guess it's the Rocky syndrome,"" agrees Uncle Joe the baker. In this light Carmella marries her high school sweetheart, John Leonard, upon his mother's rape and murder. When the twins arrive for these newlyweds, Nana Maria, a want-to-be Sicilian, favors the female offspring. Maria has blackmailed, lusted after, and lured many ""friends"" in her life. Now she wishes to usurp the Saia empire by brainwashing baby Grace while diminishing older twin Philip's birthright. Eventually good wins out, or does it? In any event twists, turns, and intrigue fill the pages of this novella. Other publications by Charlotte Publishing Press: THE NURSING HOME: a short play by joey donato ph.d., AFRICAN FOLK TALES by Dr.jol, 2012 SAVING THE SPIRIT by Dr. jol, CASTLES OF ROSEMONT by joey donato ph.d., CARMELLA'S TWINS by joey donato ph.d.
Category: Fiction

A Simple Twist Of Fate

Author : Andy Gill
ISBN : UOM:39015060380956
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The story of the personal pain of the demise of Bob Dylan's twelve-year marriage that resulted in the writing and recording of his celebrated album Blood on the Tracks is told with firsthand information from musicians, friends, and associates. 35,000 first printing.
Category: Biography & Autobiography


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ISBN : UOM:39015062056331
Genre : American periodicals
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Great Laughter

Author : Fannie Hurst
ISBN : WISC:89099760266
Genre : Generations
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Fenzig S Fortune

Author : Jean Rabe
ISBN : 1594145679
Genre : Fiction
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When he is captured trying to steal from the royal palace, Fenzig the gnome thinks his life has come to an end, but soon finds himself on a most unusual mission after receiving a suprising proposition from the king.
Category: Fiction

Stanley Elkin

Author : David C. Dougherty
ISBN : UOM:39015019593162
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Under A Sardinian Sky

Author : Sara Alexander
ISBN : 9781496706379
Genre : Fiction
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“A beautifully told story about one woman’s determination to exorcise the sorrows of her family’s past. It brought tears to my eyes more than once—always a good sign. I look forward to reading more novels by Sara Alexander.” —Holly Chamberlin, author of Home for the Summer Set against the beautiful backdrop of post-World War II Sardinia, Sara Alexander’s evocative novel is a sweeping story of star-crossed romance between an American lieutenant and a local girl. Sometimes a family’s deepest silences hide the most important secrets. For Mina, a London-based travel writer, the enigmatic silence surrounding her aunt Carmela has become a personal obsession. Carmela disappeared from her Italian hometown long ago and is mentioned only in fragments and whispers. Mina has resisted prying, respectful of her family’s Sardinian reserve. But now, with her mother battling cancer, it’s time to learn the truth. In 1952, Simius is a busy Sardinian town surrounded by fertile farms and orchards. Carmela Chirigoni, a farmer’s daughter and talented seamstress, is engaged to Franco, son of the area’s wealthiest family. Everyone agrees it’s a good match. But Carmela’s growing doubts about Franco’s possessiveness are magnified when she meets Captain Joe Kavanagh. Joe, an American officer stationed at a local army base, is charismatic, intelligent, and married. Hired as his interpreter, Carmela resolves to ignore her feelings, knowing that any future together must bring upheaval and heartache to both families. As Mina follows the threads of Carmela’s life to uncover her fate, she will discover a past still deeply alive in the present, revealing a story of hope, sacrifice, and extraordinary love. “Like Sardinia’s Emerald Coast, Sara Alexander’s Under A Sardinian Sky will dazzle you with its glittering descriptions of the Mediterranean island, its exquisite culinary treasures, and authentic, beautiful people. But it is the heroine Carmela’s courage and heartbreaking choices that will leave you the most enchanted and racing through the novel to learn her extraordinary fate.” —Rosanna Chiofalo, author of Rosalia’s Bittersweet Pastry Shop
Category: Fiction

Ladies Of The Lakes Ii

Author : James Clary
ISBN : 1878005464
Genre : Great Lakes (North America)
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Exile In The Promised Land

Author : Marcia Freedman
ISBN : UOM:39076002455173
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Marcia Freedman's lively first-person account of her fourteen years in Israel, the story of a modern Jewish woman's longing to be at home in the homeland of the Jews. Founder of the women's liberation movement, former member of the Knesset, she examines the contradictions between idealistic vision and flawed reality in her adopted country."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Mexican Life

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ISBN : MINN:31951001914890T
Genre : Mexico
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Haunted Lakes

Author : Frederick Stonehouse
ISBN : UOM:39015071188414
Genre : Fiction
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Presents a collection of legendary tales and ghost stories that focus on the Great Lakes Region.
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Mourning Has Broken

Author : Carmella B'Hahn
ISBN : 1902733053
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This book is about transformation through adversity. It is for anyone feeling tested by life, especially those struggling with grief from any cause or working in the fields of healing, counselling, or bereavement. It is a book full of riveting stories from those who have broken through rather than broken down, stories that lighten the spirit and offer a collective blueprint for human potential in the face of difficulty. Author Carmella BHahn speaks from a place of deep personal experience. Her five-year-old son, Benjaya, drowned in a river in England in 1992 -- an event that subsequently became her greatest teacher. In 1997, she began a quest to determine whether those who face traumatic challenges in life have the greatest opportunity to wake up from automatic pilot and discover their innate resilience. By interviewing people who have experienced and healed from the effects of major adversity, she sought to discover what keys allow us to thrive rather than just survive. Interviewees whose healing stories appear in the book, include Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, Hafsat Abiola, whose parents were both assassinated in Nigeria for fighting for democracy, Cambodian and Bosnian children of war, individuals who have faced AIDS, cancer, a car crash, a house fire, divorce, death of a child, suicide of loved ones, a fireman who worked in the heart of the rubble on September 11th in New York City, and many more. The personal stories, which represent people from different ethnicities, economic levels, religious beliefs, sexual orientations, and disabilities, take people on a voyage of discovery, inspiring new perspectives on traumatic events and offering practical keys to effective living. After each section of the book, there are questions and reflections to help readers internalize the content of the book in a real and self-revealing manner.


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ISBN : IND:30000092808058
Genre : Current events
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Dublin Review

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ISBN : SRLF:A0003910858
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