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Damsel In Danger

Author: Olivia Jaymes
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ISBN: 9780986102943
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Ex-DEA agent Jason Anderson is trying to rebuild his life after being held prisoner by a sadistic drug cartel. With a little help from his friends, Logan Wright and Jared Monroe, he's starting a new business and moving forward. He only thinks about the past during the long, dark nights. It's then that he feels most alone.Brinley Snow has moved into her dream home. It's everything she's wanted and more although she facing a mountain of renovation work. Luckily it came with the bonus of a sexier than sin neighbor. One sultry summer night, Brinley gathers up her courage and asks Jason to join her for dinner. They're instantly attracted to one another but the evening quickly goes down hill when she ends up in the interrogation room of the local police. An unknown dead man had her address clutched in his hand. The authorities - and Jason - think she's the key to finding a cold-blooded murderer.With a first date like that Brinley's not sure she'll survive a second. Then again she's never met anyone like Jason. He's not the typical boy-next-door. He's all man. And with a little luck, he could become all hers. They just have to stay alive long enough to catch a killer.

Blondes And Other Dangerous Women

Author: Kelly Beckman
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 055702577X
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BONUS BOOK OF TWO OF KELLY CHANCES BOOKS:BLONDES AND OTHER DANGEROUS WOMEN! &REDHEADS...BAD AND BEAUTIFUL!THE MOST DANGEROUS OF ALL! IN EACH, KELLY CHANCE IS A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR SAVING BLONDES AND REDHEADS FROM TROUBLE!HE IS THE POET, THE WHITE KNIGHT AND THE IRISH PRINCE! HE LIKES HIS CARS AND WOMEN FAST. WHEN BULLETS FLY, THESE ANGELS TAKE REFUGE IN HIS ARMS. AFTERWARDS,HE IS THE LONE WOLF, CHASING BAD GUYS AND SEEKING JUSTICE. HE IS THE ROMANTIC AND HERO WE ALL WANT TO BE! HIS PARTNER IS LINDA LOU, A BALLERINA, MARTIAL ARTS EXPERTS AND WITH AN AGENDA OF HER OWN! ENJOY THESE TWO STORIES. A FUN READ!

The Forensic Comicologist

Author: Jamie Newbold
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476672679
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"A childhood comic book fan turned comic book retailer. This book is his tutorial on how to collect wisely and reduce risks. Drawing on skills learned from 20 years with the San Diego Police Department and as a Comic-Con attendee since 1970, he covers the history and culture of collecting comic books"--

Slavery And Silence

Author: Paul D. Naish
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812294300
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In the thirty-five years before the Civil War, it became increasingly difficult for Americans outside the world of politics to have frank and open discussions about the institution of slavery, as divisive sectionalism and heated ideological rhetoric circumscribed public debate. To talk about slavery was to explore—or deny—its obvious shortcomings, its inhumanity, its contradictions. To celebrate it required explaining away the nation's proclaimed belief in equality and its public promise of rights for all, while to condemn it was to insult people who might be related by ties of blood, friendship, or business, and perhaps even to threaten the very economy and political stability of the nation. For this reason, Paul D. Naish argues, Americans displaced their most provocative criticisms and darkest fears about the institution onto Latin America. Naish bolsters this seemingly counterintuitive argument with a compelling focus on realms of public expression that have drawn sparse attention in previous scholarship on this era. In novels, diaries, correspondence, and scientific writings, he contends, the heat and bluster of the political arena was muted, and discussions of slavery staged in these venues often turned their attention south of the Rio Grande. At once familiar and foreign, Cuba, Brazil, Haiti, and the independent republics of Spanish America provided rhetorical landscapes about which everyday citizens could speak, through both outright comparisons or implicit metaphors, what might otherwise be unsayable when talking about slavery at home. At a time of ominous sectional fracture, Americans of many persuasions—Northerners and Southerners, Whigs and Democrats, scholars secure in their libraries and settlers vulnerable on the Mexican frontier—found unity in their disparagement of Latin America. This displacement of anxiety helped create a superficial feeling of nationalism as the country careened toward disunity of the most violent, politically charged, and consequential sort.

The Most Dangerous Cinema

Author: Bryan Senn
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476613575
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People hunting people for sport—an idea both shocking and fascinating. In 1924 Richard Connell published a short story that introduced this concept to the world, where it has remained ever since—as evidenced by the many big- and small-screen adaptations and inspirations. Since its publication, Connell’s award-winning “The Most Dangerous Game” has been continuously anthologized and studied in classrooms throughout America. Raising questions about the nature of violence and cruelty, and the ethics of hunting for sport, the thrilling story spawned a new cinematic subgenre, beginning with RKO’s 1932 production of The Most Dangerous Game, and continuing right up to today. This book examines in-depth all the cinematic adaptations of the iconic short story. Each film chapter has a synopsis, a “How Dangerous Is It?” critique, an overall analysis, a production history, and credits. Five additional chapters address direct to video, television, game shows, and almost “dangerous” productions. Photographs, extensive notes, bibliography and index are included.