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Anabella Coble

Anabella Coble ebook ISBN: 9781505812398
Publisher: CreateSpace
Author: Gavin Oneal
Number of Pages: 272 
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Thirteen year old Anabella Coble is in a state of mourning and grief. Her faith in almost everything has been shaken since the death of her father. Even though she did not get to say goodbye to him, she has now discovered that she is closer to him then she had ever been before. A secret package and visits from strangers reveal that her father was more important then she could have ever imagined. Because of his past she will have a chance to change her future and the future of others in her world and the Realm.

Oakboro

Oakboro ebook ISBN: 0738592846
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Author: Annabelle P. Morgan,Charles Coble
Number of Pages: 127 
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Like many small towns, Oakboro experienced its development and growth because of the coming of the railroad. Called Five Roads for a time after the five intersecting trading paths, then Furr City after the store at the crossroads owned by C.C. Furr, the little community was the center of rural life. Oakboro and the surrounding area grew rapidly with the increase in rail commerce, and in 1915, the town was incorporated. Early landowners operated businesses and built stores, churches, and homes. Cotton gins, textile mills, roller mills, and lumber industries flourished soon afterward. Many of the original buildings were destroyed by fire or were demolished to make way for more modern structures, and few photographs from those early days remain. Oakboro preserves as much of the town's heritage as possible by showcasing its events and people in 20th-century photographs.

Damon Lee Fowler's New Southern Baking

Damon Lee Fowler's New Southern Baking ebook ISBN: 0743250583
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Author: Damon Lee Fowler,Ann Stratton
Number of Pages: 360 
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The culinary master behind "Classical Southern Cooking" presents 160 mouthwatering recipes that capture the authentic flavors of the South for today's home cook. Full-color photos.

The New Yorker

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The Bookseller

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Windblown

Windblown ebook ISBN: 1473657008
Publisher: Hachette UK
Author: Tamsin Treverton Jones
Number of Pages: 272 
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Trees are part of the British psyche. We care if just one tree is cut down unnecessarily. So what happens when 15 million are blown down in one night? Part travelogue, part memoir, part celebration of nature's ability to heal itself, Windblown is as rich in character and story-telling as the rings of an ancient oak. 'Windblown is a marvellously original mixture of reportage and memoir, holding a memorable event in recent history up to the light and making sense of it' Bel Mooney 'A wonderful read' Michael Fish 'Vivid ... thoroughly researched and informative' TLS 'This eloquently written account shows that the Great Storm was a wake-up call, providing a wealth of information that helps us manage our treescape today.' Tony Kirkham, Head of the Kew Gardens Arboretum

Twentieth-century Crime and Mystery Writers

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Publisher: Chicago : St. James Press
Author: Gerald Siegal
Number of Pages: 1294 
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**** Cited in Sheehy and BCL3. The foremost reference in the field, completely revised and updated, and now covering about 600 authors, mainly English-language writers whose work appeared during or since the time of Conan Doyle. The entry for each writer consists of a biography, a bibliography, and a signed critical essay. Living authors were invited to add a comment on their work; many of them accepted, and their remarks are both entertaining and enlightening. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Bookseller

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Vols. for 1871-76, 1913-14 include an extra number, The Christmas bookseller, separately paged and not included in the consecutive numbering of the regular series.

Family Secrets

Family Secrets ebook ISBN: 1612353630
Publisher: Lulu.com
Author: Sherry Derr Wille
Number of Pages: 240 
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In the late 19th century, orphans became a ward of the county. When that happened to my grandmother, she was sold as a bond servant, setting the course of her life into motion. At the age of 18 the man who held her bond had taught her to read and write, be a good Christian woman, and the mysteries of housekeeping. Giving her a watch, a bible and $10 she was on her own for the first time since she'd been bonded at the age of three and a half. In the midst of the depression, my father found himself on his own at the age of twelve. His life was one of a little boy lost. Last but not least, is the way in which my family impacted my life. This is our story and one that would not survive if I didn't take the time to tell it.

Flavor and Soul

Flavor and Soul ebook ISBN: 022642832X
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Author: John Gennari
Number of Pages: 295 
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John Gennari sets out on a quest to find tutti, the everythingness that sits on the edgenow smooth, now serratedbetween Italian America and African America. Tutti, a black friend of his says, the unshakeable belief in beauty, in overflow, in everythingness, the bursting, indelible beauty in a world where there is so much suffering and wounding and pain . . . . Frank Sinatra s legend has meanwhile grown through the idolatry of a new hip-hop generation, we see octogenarian Tony Bennett (Anthony Dominick Benedetto) undertaking concert tours with 20-something Lady Gag (Stefani Angelina Germanotta) while Mario Batali continues to imperialize and monetize Italian cuisine, and Rick Pitino and other Italian American coaches shape championship rounds of college basketball. The essential argument about American culture, Gennari persuasively insists, is the argument about racespecifically, whether blackness, as supporters of jazz exhorted, is an essential ingredient of American cultural reality, or whether, as white nativists warned, going back to the 1920s, it is a dangerous threat to national identity, a force of cultural degeneracy. By the early 60s, Motown had set up cross-racialism by modeling the figure of the Italian pop ballad singer (and Marvin Gaye cut four ballads-and-standards Motown albums, his touchstones being Nat King Cole but also Sinatra and Perry Como). Gennari deftly sketches the interweavings of Italian and African American popular music from jazz to doo wop, soul to hip hop, including the surprising history of Italians in New Orleans music early in the 20th century. Then there s Spike Lee s Do the Right Thing, evoking the racism of Howard Beach and Bensonhurst, but showcasing the untarnished Brooklyn neighborhoods of Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens. New York and New Jersey and New Haven are at the center of this remarkable book about the intermingling, mergers, contact zones of African America and Italian America, a big space where territorial masculinity vibrates with robust matriarchal energy; where traditions of singing, dancing, and eating embrace the funky vitality and unembarrassed pleasures of the body; where ear-and-eye intensive sensibilities mark extroverted, charismatic presentations of the public self; a history, complicated to be sure, of collaboration, intimacy, hostility, and distancing. Gennari writes with passion, drawing on black and Italian cultural history, literature, food TV, performance art, and cultural criticism to explore the alterations of pain and pleasure, suffering and joy, deprivation and abundance which have produced so much music, cuisine, athletic prowess, and cinemafull of flavor and soulfulness intrinsic to the nation s spirit and psychic health. "

Saturday Review

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Dialogue

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TV Guide

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Cable Vision

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Le Dieu du carnage

Le Dieu du carnage ebook ISBN: 2226196021
Publisher: Albin Michel
Author: Yasmina Reza
Number of Pages: 128 
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« On a voulu être sympathiques, on a acheté des tulipes, ma femme m'a déguisé en type de gauche, mais la vérité est que je n'ai aucun self-control, je suis un caractériel pur »La pièce Le Dieu du carnage a été créée le 25 janvier 2008 au théâtre Antoine avec Isabelle Huppert, dans une mise en scène de l'auteur.« Une manière très moderne et très séduisante d'incarner comme aucune voix en France actuellement, les meilleures traditions de la littérature française. »Tilman Krause, Die Welt.« Brillantissime. On en ressort avec une tension élevée, en ayant ri aux larmes. »Christine Dössel, Süddeutsche Zeitung.« On peut prédire à cette pièce un destin triomphal. »Matthias Heine, Die Welt.« En trois mots : une pièce géniale. »Gerhard Stadelmaier, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.« Yasmina Reza s'élève au-dessus des genres. Comme Tchékhov, Wilde ou Schnitzler, elle campe sur le grand champ de bataille de la comédie. »Tagespiegel.« La quintessence de l'esprit de finesse. »Luc Ferry, LCI.« Elle en dit plus sur notre société que tous les graves essayistes de notre temps. Notre meilleur auteur de comédie contemporain. »Étienne de Montety, Le Figaro.« Extraordinaire dialoguiste, elle renoue ici avec la verve qui avait enthousiasmé les lecteurs d'Art. »Frank Nouchi, Le Monde.« Yasmina Reza sait saisir les secondes éternelles. »Marie-Laure Delorme, JDD.« À partir de situations somme toute banales de notre univers quotidien, elle parvient à monter des mayonnaises effrayantes, à transformer des gens civilisés en minables barbares, grâce à l'arme fatale des mots. »Marie Chaudey, La Vie.« Un huis-clos qui se lit comme un roman... Reza sait fort bien mettre le doigt là ou ça fait mal, mais aussi nous faire rire. »Femme Actuelle.« Envie d'une lecture courte, forte et acide, qui se dévore d'une traite ? Vous serez comblé par ce petit livre jouissif. »Psychologies.« Une explosive danse de mort au burlesque leitmotiv Une lucidité ravageuse qui lie petite et grande histoire, philosophie et divertissement, Ionesco et Sarraute. Un électrique plaisir de lecture. »Fabienne Pascaud, Télérama.« Drôle et perfide. »Odile Quirot, Le Nouvel Observateur.« Très cruel et très drôle. »Jérôme Serri, L'Express.« Un acte de plus, et de plus en plus sec, dans son imparable drôlerie, à la grande comédie que Reza construit sur notre impuissance à aimer. »Gilles Costaz, Les Échos