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A Match Made In Bliss

Author: Diann Walker
Publisher: Steeple Hill
ISBN: 9781459201262
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RUNNING AWAY FROM HOME Suddenly single and unemployed, corporate attorney Lauren Romey needed a rest, a job and a new squeeze. Her friends took charge of the "rest" part. They booked her a trip to a Bliss Village bed-and-breakfast. And they thought they were going to take care of the "new squeeze" part as well, by setting her up with the innkeepers' son. RUNNING TOWARD LOVE? But when Lauren wound up at the wrong bed-and-breakfast, she found herself the fifth contestant in "Win Daddy's Heart, " the unlikely brainchild of widowed owner Garrett Cantrell's teenage daughters. Throw in her ex-fiancé, four quirky contestants and some very untimely TV coverage—and it's open season for chaos…or love, where she least expected it.

Girlfriends Ghosts And Other Stories

Author: Robert Walser
Publisher: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 1681370166
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"Girlfriends, Ghosts, and Other Stories brings together eighty-one brief texts spanning Robert Walser's career, from pieces conceived amid his early triumphs to later works written at a psychiatric clinic in Bern. Many were published in the feuilleton sections of newspapers during Walser's life; others were jotted down on slips of paper and all but forgotten. Together they string together small nutshells of consciousness, idiosyncratic and vulnerable, genuine in their irony, wistful in their humor. The portraits and landscapes here are observed with tenderness and from a place of great anxiety. Some dwell on childish or transient topics-carousels, the latest hairstyles, an ekphrasis of the illustrations in a picture book-others on the grand themes of nature, art, and love. But they remain conversational, almost lighter than air. Every emotion ventured takes on the weight of a sincerity that is imperiled as soon as it comes into contact with the outside world, which retains all of the novelty it had in childhood-and all of the danger. Walser's speakers are attuned to the silent music of being; students of the ineffable and neighbors to madness, they are now exhilarated, now paralyzed by frequencies inaudible to less sensitive ears."

Fractured Bliss

Author: Sree Padma
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1514469685
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The plot is situated in twentieth-century Sri Lanka. Th e protagonist is a Sri Lankan woman of a mixed racial origin (Eurasian) who grew up as an orphan at a time when the island was transitioning from colonial rule to independence. Her background, her marriage, and later her change of religious identity represent a slice of the emerging ethnic complexity on the island. She not only witnesses close-up the tragedies that occur in independent Sri Lanka in the form of Janatha Vimukti Perumuna (JVP) uprisings in the early 1970s and 1980s, the Sri Lankan government’s brutal suppression of them, the terrible ethnic riots of the Sinhalese against the Tamils, and the rise of the Liberation Tamil Tiger Eelam (LTTE) and their terror tactics, but she also experiences other struggles coinciding with the political fate of the nation and its own self-infl icted calamities. Th is makes the aim of the book somewhat ambitious, as it intentionally sets out to be a personal witness to issues of colonization, the constitutional fl aws of an emerging nation, power-mongering politics, racial and ethnic tensions, emergent religious/political identities, and gender discrimination.

Bliss

Author: O. Z. Livaneli
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1466859180
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Meryem, a fifteen-year-old girl, lives in a rural village on the shores of Lake Van in Eastern Turkey. Her simple life changes dramatically after her uncle, a sheikh in a dervish order, rapes her. She is considered an outcast for shaming her family. When she is locked in a shed and left alone for days, she comes to the painful realization that her family expects her to hang herself with a length of rope left on the dirt floor. But she is defiant. As tradition still has it, a judgment must be made in the name of honor. She is told she is to be taken to Istanbul, a shining city she envisions being just over the nearest mountain. Many girls from her village have "gone to Istanbul," and she assumes it must be a wonderful place since not one has returned. In fact, those girls have been the victims of "honor-killings." Cemal, Meryem's cousin, a commando in the army, has been fighting in the mountains against the rebels. On his return home, he is welcomed as a hero though he has been severely traumatized by his war experiences. His father, who had violated Meryem, charges Cemal with the task of executing his cousin's punishment. As he and Mereym begin their journey, they proceed through the marketplace where the townspeople have gathered, some weeping and others mocking her. In Istanbul, a Harvard-educated professor named Irfan lives an elite existence. He has published many books, hosts a radio show, and seems to enjoy success and jet-set freedom. He revolts against the routine of his soulless life, deciding to leave his wealthy wife and Istanbul. He charters a boat to sail the Aegean . By coincidence, his path crosses with that of Meryem and Cemal. They embark on a journey together that fills their hearts with hope and sets them free. Already an international bestseller, this lyrical and moving tale juxtaposes the traditional and modern and draws attention to human rights violations against women in the Middle East.

Slim Calm Sexy Diet

Author: Keri Glassman
Publisher: Rodale Books
ISBN: 1609617509
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In this second installment of the Slim Calm Sexy series from Women's Health, nutrition expert Keri Glassman empowers readers to take control of their forks and focus on a revolutionary new way of eating--one that will help them lose weight, conquer stress, and look and feel their best every day. Using cutting-edge research that shows how certain foods work in tandem with the body's natural systems, the author demonstrates how our traditional way of eating promotes fat and stress, and explains the simple tweaks that can turn "fat, frazzled, and frumpy" into "slim, calm, and sexy." Featuring indulgent recipes like Raspberry & Ricotta French Toast and Bison-Stuffed Red Pepper, satisfying Slim Snacks, and supercharged Slim Smoothies, this diet plan isn't about counting calories or deprivation--it's about eating more of the right foods. The Slim Calm Sexy Diet is so effective because it not only tells you what to eat, it tells you when to eat--eliminating the stress that leads to hunger and overeating. The diet also includes a comprehensive fitness plan that combines supercharged cardio, calorie-burning strength training, and energy-boosting yoga (that also tones and lengthens). The result is a sleek, sexy shape, smooth skin, a happier mood, and a more satisfying sex life. Packed with easy-to-prepare recipes, hundreds of helpful tips, and weekly workout plans, this is the ultimate guide to mind/body bliss.

Tahoe Heritage

Author: Sessions S. Wheeler
Publisher: University of Nevada Press
ISBN: 9780874172997
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This work may be of value to those interested in the history of Lake Tahoe, especially for the story of the transition of the lake from a lumber enterprise to a haven from the hustle and bustle of the outside world.

Transformations Of Myth Through Time

Author: Joseph Campbell
Publisher: Harper Perennial
ISBN: 9780060964634
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The renowned master of mythology is at his warm, accessible, and brilliant best in this illustrated collection of thirteen lectures covering mythological development around the world.

The Stepford Wives

Author: Ira Levin
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062037609
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The internationally bestselling novel by the author of A Kiss Before Dying, The Boys from Brazil, and Rosemary's Baby With an Introduction by Peter Straub For Joanna, her husband, Walter, and their children, the move to beautiful Stepford seems almost too good to be true. It is. For behind the town's idyllic facade lies a terrible secret -- a secret so shattering that no one who encounters it will ever be the same. At once a masterpiece of psychological suspense and a savage commentary on a media-driven society that values the pursuit of youth and beauty at all costs, The Stepford Wives is a novel so frightening in its final implications that the title itself has earned a place in the American lexicon.