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An Ivy Greene Mystery
There's been a murder in Pinnacle, Texas. The list of people who disliked the victim strongly enough to kill him is a long one, but the local police have focused on just two people: Ivy Greene, the one who discovered the body; and James Williamso read more ...
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3.53 €
SHORT STORIES FROM ASIA
Hi, guys! I'm Laila. My world is very different from your one. I did not pass the tests for survival, that are done on becoming adult, so I was sold to a Pakistani man as his first sex slave - by the law he could use me for anything. As my master, he read more ...
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0.88 €
Laura Harrison arrives in Jakarta with her husband Jack who is to take over as president of a troubled bank. She expects their new home to be a romantic hideaway, like something out of a classic Bogart movie. Instead she walks into a house of horrors read more ...
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6.99 €
MURDER, INTERNATIONAL INTRIGUE, ALONG WITH THE SAFETY OF MILLIONS, HINGE ON THE BRILLIANT AND RESOURCEFUL SCIENTIST, CARRIE BLOOMFIELD, AS SHE RACES AGAINST TIME TO FIND AN ANTIDOTE AFTER A BIOWEAPON IS UNLEASHED UPON AN UNSUSPECTING BOSTON POPULACE. read more ...
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3.99 €
Anton Chehov, Leo Tolstoy, Arkadiy Averchenko, Teffy
'My pain may be the reason for somebody's laugh. But my laugh must never be the reason for somebody's pain.' - Charlie Chaplin This book includes selected works of satire and humor of Russian writers in the second half of XIX - early XX. These read more ...
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Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, and as such marriage is a thing of the heart, but love that is destined for marriage surmounts all odds. Obiora was not a fickle type. he foresaw the treasures in Nneka and was determined to marry her, but rathe read more ...
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3.45 €
An Apology for the Life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews
Fielding's short novel 'An Apology for the Life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews', or simply 'Shamela', appeared in April 1741 as a satirical attack on Samuel Richardson's epistolary novel 'Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded', which since its first publication in Nov read more ...
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1.99 €
School principal, Stacey Hayes follows the advice of private detective Doug McCann and flies from her home city of Wellington to Auckland airport on an early morning flight. Remaining unseen, she watches her husband's arrival on a later flight and re read more ...
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1.49 €
WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO JASON GARVEY WHEN HE WAS CAUGHT OUTSIDE HIS SPACE CRAFT? He lost contact for seventeen minutes during a communication “dark out” and was bombarded by the extra-nuclear particles of a gamma ray burst. Three years later, he's read more ...
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6.99 €
In the waning days of the hippie movement, along a stretch of San Francisco Bay known as Waldo Point, hundreds of young people live in an improvised community of off-kilter houseboats, taking inspiration from their guru, garrulous eighty-four-year-ol read more ...
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5.99 €
First published in 1915. One of Kafka's best-known works, The Metamorphosis tells the story of salesman Gregor Samsa who wakes one morning to find himself inexplicably transformed into a huge insect and subsequently struggling to adjust to this new c read more ...
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1.99 €
THERE’S SOMEONE IN THE WOODS. Holly leads her church's youth group, but many in the congregation believe she's too young to supervise the kids. When she finds out that she’s pregnant, the pressure is on, and her secret love affair will start to sh read more ...
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5.99 €
A South Dakota Story
Caleb Manley, a young preacher, travels to South Dakota with his friends, a band of robbers who aspire to cattle rustling, and draw Caleb into their theft. On the way, the preacher enlists a youthful assistant, Joel Cunningham, who is the man the pre read more ...
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12.99 €
FORMER PHILLY COP TURNED PRIVATE DETECTIVE MAC MACKENZIE SOON FINDS OUT THAT A ROUTINE MISSING PERSON CASE IS FAR MORE CONFUSING AND DANGEROUS THAN IT FIRST APPEARS. August MacKenzie (Mac), a former Philly cop, now a private detective, is a good g read more ...
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6.99 €
The Lord of the Flies is the first and most famous novel by William Golding. Published in 1954, it is considered a classic of post-war English literature. It had only diffusion in the year of its publication, maintaining a low sales volume. read more ...
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3.53 €
WAR, PREJUDICE, AND LOVE — THESE ARE THE CHALLENGES FOR LILY GORDON, A YOUNG WOMAN WELDER ON WORLD WAR II LIBERTY SHIPS ''My sister and I lit cigarettes, a new habit for us both, and sat in the parlor by the big Philco console radio, readying ours read more ...
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6.99 €
It was just a matter of time... ...and then time ran out. “Sir. Major. If I may. Here’s the situation as I see it. One, we got what looks to us like a 90% sure-thing, imminent terrorist attack. But two, there’s nothing that would hold up in cou read more ...
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6.99 €
The universe is being revolutionized. Human civilization has always new shapes by various kinds of monstrous characters for a decade. Less than fear perhaps we did not stop here. In 2036, when we chose human machines as our guides, we thought that th read more ...
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4.49 €
Austen's 'most wicked tale,' Lady Susan is a short epistolary novel by Jane Austen, possibly written in 1794 but not published until 1871. Lady Susan is a selfish, attractive woman, who tries to trap the best possible husband while maintaining a rela read more ...
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3.49 €
AN IRISH LULLABY DEPICTS HUMANITIES’ SEARCH FOR RELEVANCY AND FULFILLMENT, SET AGAINST THE BACKDROP OF ONE OF THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL, MORAL, AND BURNING SOCIAL/CULTURAL ISSUES OF OUR TIME, ABORTION. As Father O’Connor, an aging priest at Saint Aloys read more ...
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3.99 €
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