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Booze for Babes

Booze for Babes ebook ISBN: 0985773103
Publisher: Hundred Proof Publishing Co.
Author: Kayleigh Kulp
Number of Pages: 348 
File: booze-for-babes.pdf
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Booze for Babes empowers tipplers to drink better by teaching them how buy, drink and serve quality liquor in a fun and non-pandering way while highlighting lady bartenders, distillers and experts in the industry. Readers learn: • Why every lady should know her liquor • A short history of ladies’ on-again, off-again relationship with the hard stuff • How to choose a quality gin, whiskey, rum, tequila, brandy, vodka or liqueur, and look cool doing it • How to tell a marketing ploy on a label from the real deal • How to train your palate and hone your taste • How to mix business and booze • How to build a well-equipped home bar • How to entertain with spirits in a way that honors old-fashioned traditions and impresses guests • Dozens of recipes for cocktails, bitters, vermouth, liqueurs, and more

She Can Bring Us Home

She Can Bring Us Home ebook ISBN: 1640121684
Publisher: Potomac Books
Author: Diane Kiesel
Number of Pages: 414 
File: she-can-bring-us-home.pdf
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Long before it became the slogan of the presidential campaign for Barack Obama, Dorothy Ferebee (1898–1980) lived by the motto “Yes, we can.” An African American obstetrician and civil rights activist from Washington DC, she was descended from lawyers, journalists, politicians, and a judge. At a time when African Americans faced Jim Crow segregation, desperate poverty, and lynch mobs, she advised presidents on civil rights and assisted foreign governments on public health issues. Though articulate, visionary, talented, and skillful at managing her publicity, she was also tragically flawed. Ferebee was president of the Alpha Kappa Alpha black service sorority and later became the president of the powerful National Council of Negro Women in the nascent civil rights era. She stood up to gun-toting plantation owners to bring health care to sharecroppers through her Mississippi Health Project during the Great Depression. A household name in black America for forty years, Ferebee was also the media darling of the thriving black press. Ironically, her fame and relevance faded as African Americans achieved the political power for which she had fought. In She Can Bring Us Home, Diane Kiesel tells Ferebee’s extraordinary story of struggle and personal sacrifice to a new generation.

Aces & Eights

Aces & Eights ebook ISBN: 0983825203
Publisher: Beating Windward Press
Author: Dale Lucas
Number of Pages: 230 
File: aces-eights.pdf
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Lucas offers a new twist on the action-hero and a love letter to classic pulp fiction like no other, set in Harlem, 1926. The Queen Bee controls the speakeasies, brothels, and numbers rackets in north Harlem; Papa House controls the south. As the Queen Bee puts the final touches on her new night club, Papa House makes his move to take over all of Harlem, declaring war. However Doc Voodoo is out to maintain peace, prosperity, and autonomy for the residents.

Politics of Nostalgia in the Arabic Novel

Politics of Nostalgia in the Arabic Novel ebook ISBN: 0748655727
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Author: Wen-chin Ouyang
Number of Pages: 256 
File: politics-of-nostalgia-in-the-arabic-novel.pdf
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Explores the work of novelists including Naguib Mahfouz, 'Abd al-Khaliq al-Rikabi, Jamal al-Ghitani, Ben Salem Himmich, Ali Mubarak, Adonis, Mahmoud Darwish and Nizar Qabbani to show how the development of the Arabic novel has created a politics of nostal

The Haunted House

The Haunted House ebook ISBN: 9780872864603
Publisher: City Lights Books
Author: Rebecca Brown
Number of Pages: 203 
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After returning from Europe, Robin finds her hard-working mother transformed into a film star with an invented past, and attempts to restore her Victorian dream house only to have the house itself mysteriously turn on her.

Around the Way Girls 8

Around the Way Girls 8 ebook ISBN: 159983183X
Publisher: Urban Books
Author: Tina Brooks McKinney,B.L.U.N.T.,Meisha Camm
Number of Pages: 448 
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Get ready for the latest streetwise installment of this off-the-hook street series, with sizzling stories told by three of your favorite authors! In Got Me Twisted, New York diva Ebony Queen heads south after her mother's murder and tries to reinvent country bumpkin Reshunda—but it won't be easy! In Arrested Development, Kelly joins the police force to get in the good graces of her love interest, Dante—but what happens when her brother gets out of prison and finds out her boyfriend is the same cop that brought him down? And in Greed, Jackie and her parents escaped the projects and now live the high life—but what's going to happen to her if they get murdered? These latest Around the Way Girls stories will leave you breathless!

Bayous, Booze and Bearhouses: Downtown; The People, the Places and the Faces

Bayous, Booze and Bearhouses: Downtown; The People, the Places and the Faces ebook ISBN: 9781420866872
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Author: Charles C. Jr. Ellis
Number of Pages: 152 
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"Bayous, Booze and Bearhouses" is a story of Personal Memoirs on the experiences, reflections and the relationships of a family, a town and many of the people that have had an influence and made an impact on our lives and our perceptions as we were living and growing up in a small town.The Author has tried to share the experiences and valves of a small town environment that enhances a support system for the people in the community. Many times in order to provide support and care for those in need a network of collective efforts are done without rehearsal or special ceremony. These are the some of the things observed and done as a means of not letting one person bear his personal burdens alone. "Somebody" was coming to see about you and check on you and your family. In one small town this was a way of life: The concern and care of each family and each child.This town is a small place but some of the people there had big ideals and big dreams. Part of those big dreams was to "Party Big*' and have a good time. Downtown Ferriday provided "Fourth Street" and the lounges, bars and "Bearhouses" to let the good times roll. Some of the major players in the this entertainment were: "Haney's Big House" "Sam Brocato's" "James Watkins Lounge, Grocery & Cleaners" "The Pool Hall" "Haney's Motel and Washateria" "Big George's Lounge" "The Gambling Shacks" "Motel Rooms" for personal entertainment. "Downtown and Fourth Street" provided a large part of the Social, Commercial and Cultural life for the people living in this area and also at "Night Time" or "Evening Hours" many uptown people found it to be a very interesting yet entertaining place to be.In many ways the "Community" was a village: The Home, The School and The Church made a network in an effort to keep young people heading in the right direction. The Spiritual, Social and Cultural growth was depended heavily on the Church and the School. The Social Bonds between the School and the community was strong and firm. The Church provided "Spiritual Healing" and "Spiritual Care" especially in times of Personal tragedy and Personal Loss. The Church also provided training for many of the Social, Cultural and Political Skills needed to survive and to prosper. The Author considers himself to be an expert in this field that he writes about for many reasons; however his main reason is that he is writing about his life, his family and his community. Most the events, people and places written about in this book were shared by the author or his family. Many of the people in this book were people that he had a personal relationship with and a personal knowledge. The places he talks about were places he shared with his friends and family. He had a sense of the people and a feel for this town and the hopes and aspirations that many shared of what this town could be. There were many people in this "Small" town had "Big" Dreams but Dreams can still come "True".

See Behind My Eyes

See Behind My Eyes ebook ISBN: 1304509176
Author: Javon Fauntleroy
Number of Pages: 62 
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How would you feel if you were all by yourself and no one in the world loves you from your mother to your peers. In this novel it describes how Drake McCall go through a series of events to become loved.

The Secret House Adventure

The Secret House Adventure ebook ISBN: 1491867310
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Author: M.L. Adams
Number of Pages: 74 
File: the-secret-house-adventure.pdf
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Author M. L. Adams wrote “The Secret House Adventure” for 8+ years old who are just entering the world of fiction for children, moving beyond the single words of “Cat in the Hat”, but not quite ready for “Harry Potter”. Four spunky best friends in Small Town, U.S.A. are compelled to enter a forbidden old mansion at the edge of town. Penny, “Mac”, “Toad” and Jeannie are transported into a time warp they are unable to explain, far beyond the ordinary life they know. Along the way, they learn the history of the house and the people who had occupied it, but the mystery of their experience does not seem to have an easy answer. Go on this exciting ride with them, as they try to figure out how an ordinary abandoned house keeps bringing these curious 10 year old back to its door over and over again.

And Say It Was All in Vain

And Say It Was All in Vain ebook ISBN: 1469159325
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Maria Chappel
Number of Pages: 185 
File: and-say-it-was-all-in-vain.pdf
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Random House Historical Dictionary of American Slang: A-G

Random House Historical Dictionary of American Slang: A-G ebook ISBN:
Publisher: Random House Incorporated
Author: Jonathan E. Lighter
Number of Pages: 1080 
File: random-house-historical-dictionary-of-american-slang-a-g.pdf
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A collection of American slang which includes both present-day and historical terms

House Party

House Party ebook ISBN: 1554696399
Publisher: Orca Book Publishers
Author: Eric Walters
Number of Pages: 128 
File: house-party.pdf
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As the new girl in a strange town, Casey is trying desperately to fit in and make friends. When her parents leave town for the weekend, her friend suggests she have a house party. Casey is reluctant to go along, until she realizes maybe this is the answer to fitting in and making friends—and getting back at her parents. They invite a few people and then a few more, using msn and text messaging. Hundreds of people show up and things get out of hand. Casey is in more trouble than she thought possible and now she must decide whether—and how—to do the right thing.

House on Fire

House on Fire ebook ISBN: 067100350X
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Author: Denis Hamill
Number of Pages: 400 
File: house-on-fire.pdf
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Kevin Dempsey's idyllic life is shattered when his wife tells him that she is leaving, and he begins a search for the truth when his brother is investigated for theft


Iporanga! ebook ISBN: 1553950526
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Author: Kevin Apostobranco
Number of Pages: 546 
File: iporanga.pdf
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In 1969, Dr. D.M. McArtor, Deputy Director of Technology for the US Dept. of Defense went before the Senate Committee for Approbations & requested $10 million to design a virus that is ''refractory to the immunological systems . In 1970, Dr. McArtor was granted the $10 million by the US Government to invent the AIDS virus. In 2000, feeling drawn to Brazil, the author arrived in the town of Iporanga, Sao Paulo where it is common knowledge among the residents that the US Army has been conducting some kind of secret experiments in a nearby cave hidden in the jungle in 1970. Impossible events occur on a regular basis, & previous to arriving in Iporanga he was shown through a series of coincidences that with the letter 'A' in front of his name, his surname is Apostlethwaite, or Apostobranco. On his second night, Kevin used a strange sentence for the first time & told a young doctor whose days are filled with AIDS victims; "I'm a white blood cell, I go where needed." In answer to her question regarding why he was there. Shortly after seeing a school music book full of Nazi mind control experiments with sound & melody, Apostobranco is shown a cave nearby called Caverna Laboratorio. The local residents were obviously victims of some kind of mind control. There are people in the valley that can't remember when their parents died, & another who can't remember that her husband died of AIDS. All of these things were more than enough to convince the author that he was no longer just a tourist but had assumed the role of a character in a legend. Iporanga! is an expose of numerous crimes against humanity. It's the true account of the discovery of the origin of AIDS & the bizarre series of events that surround it - an account of impossible coincidences & miracles, the misery of AIDS, & the terror of being chased by an army through the jungle in Brazil.

Ritchie Boy

Ritchie Boy ebook ISBN: 0595343791
Publisher: iUniverse
Author: Ida Hildebrand
Number of Pages: 136 
File: ritchie-boy.pdf
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When my first brother died and I received the call in Seattle, it was as if an eagle had reached into me and ripped out all of my organs. I felt a big, gaping hole inside of me-an eternal dark Void. I put tears, memories, laughter, and more tears into that hole, but the pain wouldn't stop. After a while, I didn't even realize that I was in mourning. As I searched for my brother, I didn't know what I was looking for; I was just endlessly searching, restless, and dying inside. On August 6, 1987, author Ida Hildebrand's brother, Richard Vernon Hildebrand, committed suicide. Ritchie Boy is the vivid description of her personal experience during this heartbreaking ordeal. The motivation behind Ritchie Boy is Hildebrand's hope that those struggling with life's pressures will be moved to make positive changes in their lives, or to help others seek a path to a happier life. By embracing pain, letting it wash over you, and feeling it in every cell of your being, you will be ready to let it go. Everyone knows that there is tremendous pain when a loved one is lost-but there is also great joy in having known and shared your life with that special person.