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The Bald Headed Hermit And The Artichoke

Author: Allan Peterkin
Publisher: Arsenal Pulp PressLtd
ISBN: 9781551520636
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What do the terms Master of Ceremonies, Hisbandman of Nature and My Body's Captain refer to? Synonyms for these and other phrases can be found in THE BALD HEADED HERMIT AND THE ARTICHOKE, a unique guide to the lingo of sex. Extensive historical research conducted by Peterkin led to the compilation of lists of phrases and workd referring to all saspects of huan sexuality from breasts and testicles, to fetishes and paraphernalia. Varying from the poetic and the medical to the macho, derogatory and obscene.

A Secret Kept

Author: Tatiana de Rosnay
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 9781429945196
Size: 43.63 MB
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This stunning new novel from Tatiana de Rosnay, author of the acclaimed New York Times bestseller Sarah's Key, plumbs the depths of complex family relationships and the power of a past secret to change everything in the present. It all began with a simple seaside vacation, a brother and sister recapturing their childhood. Antoine Rey thought he had the perfect surprise for his sister Mélanie's birthday: a weekend by the sea at Noirmoutier Island, where the pair spent many happy childhood summers playing on the beach. It had been too long, Antoine thought, since they'd returned to the island—over thirty years, since their mother died and the family holidays ceased. But the island's haunting beauty triggers more than happy memories; it reminds Mélanie of something unexpected and deeply disturbing about their last island summer. When, on the drive home to Paris, she finally summons the courage to reveal what she knows to Antoine, her emotions overcome her and she loses control of the car. Recovering from the accident in a nearby hospital, Mélanie tries to recall what caused her to crash. Antoine encounters an unexpected ally: sexy, streetwise Angèle, a mortician who will teach him new meanings for the words life, love and death. Suddenly, however, the past comes swinging back at both siblings, burdened with a dark truth about their mother, Clarisse. Trapped in the wake of a shocking family secret shrouded by taboo, Antoine must confront his past and also his troubled relationships with his own children. How well does he really know his mother, his children, even himself? Suddenly fragile on all fronts as a son, a husband, a brother and a father, Antoine Rey will learn the truth about his family and himself the hard way. By turns thrilling, seductive and destructive, with a lingering effect that is bittersweet and redeeming, A Secret Kept is the story of a modern family, the invisible ties that hold it together, and the impact it has throughout life. A film is now in production, to star Melanie Laurent (Inglourious Basterds, Now You See Me), Laurent Lafitte (The Crimson Rivers, Little White Lies), and Audrey Dana (Roman de Gare, The Clink of Ice) and will begin shooting in April!

Cancer Merchants

Author: Theodore I. Malinin
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
ISBN: 1434900657
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The story of the National Cancer Institute's involvement in virus and cancer research is not wholly centered on research alone. Challenged with the goal of a cancer cure, the Institute always found itself on the verge of a discovery but never able to follow through. The Virus and Cancer Program was authorized by Congress in 1958 and ended in 1971 with the passage of the National Cancer Act.

The Work Of Art In The World

Author: Doris Sommer
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822377128
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Celebrating art and interpretation that take on social challenges, Doris Sommer steers the humanities back to engagement with the world. The reformist projects that focus her attention develop momentum and meaning as they circulate through society to inspire faith in the possible. Among the cases that she covers are top-down initiatives of political leaders, such as those launched by Antanas Mockus, former mayor of Bogotá, Colombia, and also bottom-up movements like the Theatre of the Oppressed created by the Brazilian director, writer, and educator Augusto Boal. Alleging that we are all cultural agents, Sommer also takes herself to task and creates Pre-Texts, an international arts-literacy project that translates high literary theory through popular creative practices. The Work of Art in the World is informed by many writers and theorists. Foremost among them is the eighteenth-century German poet and philosopher Friedrich Schiller, who remains an eloquent defender of art-making and humanistic interpretation in the construction of political freedom. Schiller's thinking runs throughout Sommer's modern-day call for citizens to collaborate in the endless co-creation of a more just and more beautiful world.

While Snowbound

Author: Anna j. McIntyre
Publisher: Robeth Publishing, LLC
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Snowbound with the famous rocker might be her best friend’s fantasy, but it isn’t Ella’s. Nor is she impressed with the fact Brady Gates was voted sexiest man of the year – twice. Ella was looking forward to the isolation of her mountain cabin and the peace and quiet she needs to finish writing her book. Rescuing the careless celebrity in the midst of a blizzard and taking him to the safety of her remote cabin was not how she intended to spend her time on the mountain. Weary of lovestruck fans climbing into his bed uninvited and the ever present paparazzi, Brady Gates had planned to take an incognito break from his hectic life and spend several weeks alone at a remote mountain cabin. Finding himself stranded in a blizzard doesn’t bother him half as much as the fact the one woman he wants is the one woman who is the least interested in him.

69 Poems

Author: M. M. Renaissance
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781508608998
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69 Poems is an absolute adventure for those who want to experience the zest of life. It's a wild book that gives the same exhilaration as jumping off a building while drinking coffee. It'll make you feel the beauty that created life itself which is the source connected to all of us in a non-religious and spiritual way. This Renaissance man is a rap artist, a stand-up comedian, a film maker, a business man, a man of many children and wives, an ex-pot head and drug dealer, gangster of Jersey City. Now he's remade himself into a coffee shop and bookstore addict, has written songs, books, scripts, created businesses, designs websites, is a graphic artist, athlete, donates to charity, and much more. He continues his journey of being a Renaissance man and is a student and master of many fields of expertise. His poetry is one of many things he has mastered. You will learn a lot from this book, and maybe you can do what no one has ever done. Understand the psychology of a modern day renaissance man.

Hitchhiking Hell

Author: Faye Valentine
Publisher: Crimson Rose Erotica
ISBN: 1311483276
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While on a cross-country vacation, Abbie’s rundown car takes its last gulp of gas before breaking down in the middle of nowhere. With no cell signal, and the closest phone eighteen miles back the way she came, she grabs her suitcase from the trunk and lets her sense of adventure take over. Not one to be deterred, she leaves her car on the side of the road and puts her thumb out – hell bent on finishing the trip of a lifetime even if she has to hitchhike the rest of the way. For a time things are going great, but when Abbie meets Blake – a ruggedly handsome trucker going her way, her world is turned upside down and sideways when she learns it’s not actually office supplies filling the trailer to capacity.

Inseparable Sisters

Author: Angela Smith
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1681399245
Size: 12.20 MB
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In this story I hope to express the need for family and love. We must love one another in order to fulfill the law of God. So, if you know someone who has a broken relationship with a family member, this just might change their life for the sake of love.

Soul Unique

Author: Gun Brooke
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Inc
ISBN: 1626391769
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Greer Landon is a successful art gallery owner. She has created an empire by discovering and developing new artists. When she agrees to visit an art school in Boston, she encounters a woman, Hayden Rowe, whose paintings take her breath away. Greer realizes Hayden is not a student, but lives in a remote wing of the school and the maddeningly frustrating headmaster is her mother. Mesmerized by Hayden and her art, Greer learns the young woman has Asperger syndrome. Hayden awakens something in Greer she didn’t know she was capable of. Having suffered from a profound loneliness for most of her life, Greer develops an overshadowing love and protectiveness toward Hayden. As she learns more about Hayden and her heartbreaking family situation, Greer is amazed at how courageous and brilliant she is. Can there be a future with a woman like this, and will Hayden, who can only put words to her emotions through her paintings, return her feelings?

The Essential Stay At Home Mom Manual

Author: Shannon Hyland-Tassava
Publisher: Booktrope Editions
ISBN: 9781935961260
Size: 33.62 MB
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Are you a stay-at-home mom who loves at-home motherhood, yet sometimes feels stressed, overwhelmed, and lonely? Do you know that your toddler's leftover fruit snacks plus a giant mug of coffee is not a nutritious lunch, but you're too tired and busy to eat better? Is your last kid-free outing a distant memory? If so, this book is for you. When psychologist Shannon Hyland-Tassava transitioned from full-time working professional to full-time stay-at-home mom, she discovered that the path was far rockier than portrayed in parenting magazines and diaper commercials. Along with the joy of new motherhood came numerous obstacles to good emotional and physical health. In The Essential Stay-at-Home Mom Manual: How to Have a Wondrous Life Amidst Kids and Chaos, Hyland-Tassava applies her expertise as a clinical psychologist to mothers' challenges, combining expert advice with relatable anecdotes, amusing blog excerpts, and wisdom from her own experiences. The result is an indispensable guide that includes both clinical self-help solutions for better emotional and physical health and practical strategies for making at-home motherhood easier and more fun