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If You Can t Live Without Me Why Aren t You Dead Yet

Author : Cynthia Heimel
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Heimel has been described by the "Chicago Tribune" as "perhaps our funniest war correspondent on the war between the sexes." Her new book shows Heimel at her wicked best. Like a hip Erma Bombeck or a Dorothy Parker for today, she is an antidote to an absurd world for smart, sane women.

Why Aren t You Dead Yet

Author : Napoleon
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Sin...Sin...More Sin...Most Sin...Look Inside All you have wanted is inside. Read it. Absorb it. The new darkest age begins as your eyes fix their gaze on the first page. May it never end.

Alligator and Other Stories

Author : Dima Alzayat
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Shortlisted for the 2021 Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize Shortlisted for a 2021 James Tait Black Award Shortlisted for the PEN/Robert W Bingham Prize for Debut Short Story Collection 2021 'Sardonic, monstrous, tender' Sunday Times 'Startling . . . profound' Daily Mail In Alligator and Other Stories, Dima Alzayat captures luminously how it feels to be ‘other’: as a Syrian, as an Arab, as an immigrant, as a woman. Each one of the nine stories collected here is a snapshot of those moments when unusual circumstances suddenly distinguish us from our neighbours, when our difference is thrown into relief. Here are ‘dangerous’ women transgressing, missing children in 1970s New York, a family who were once Syrian but have now lost their name, and a young woman about to discover the hollowness of the American dream. At its centre lies ‘Alligator’: a remarkable compilation of real and invented sources, which rescues from history the story of a Syrian American couple who were murdered at the hands of the state. Alzayat explores experiences that are startling and real, delivering an emotional punch that lingers long after reading.


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New York Court of Appeals Records and Briefs

Author : New York (State). Court of Appeals.
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Volume contains: 221 NY 260 (Price v. County of Erie) 221 NY 545 (People v. Jackson) 221 NY 485 (People v. Jazra) 221 NY 502 (People v. Solomon) 221 NY 504 (People ex rel Chesner v. Maloney)

Be Buried in the Rain

Author : Barbara Michaels
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There are terrible secrets from generations past buried at Maidenwood. Medical student Julie Newcomb has returned to her family's decaying plantation—the site of so many painful childhood memories—to tend to her tyrannical grandmother, felled by a stroke. The fire of malevolence still burns in the cruel, despotic matriarch's eyes—yet, for Julie, a faint spark of redemption and second chances flickers in this hated, haunted place. But her hope—and her life—are seriously threatened by a nightmare reborn . . . and by the grim discovery on the lonely road to Maidenwood of the earth-browned skeletons of a mother and child.

The Storm

Author : Kanhucharan Mahanty
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The Malahat Review

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Passion and Criminality

Author : Louis Proal
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The Royal George 1819 1904

Author : Giles St. Aubyn
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"Prince George, Duke of Cambridge KG KT KP GCB GCH GCSI GCMG GCIE GCVO VD PC (George William Frederick Charles; 26 March 1819 ? 17 March 1904) was a member of the British Royal Family, a male-line grandson of King George III and maternal uncle of Queen Mary, consort of King George V. The Duke was an army officer by profession and served as Commander-in-Chief of the Forces (military head of the British Army) from 1856 to 1895. He became Duke of Cambridge in 1850 and Field Marshal in 1862."--Wikipedia.