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The Everything

Author: Richard C. Cox
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1780881827
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The what? The Everything?On Oceanos at least, if you turn to a dictionary, you find this: ‘...Everything, the: a “everything” in the workaday sense of “all the things”; the world of physical objects and events in which we live. b “everything” in the more rarefied sense of “it all”; reality, the very fabric of existence, as a single undivided whole. c (principally scientific) space and time on the grand scale (see everythingology and everythingologist)...’This book is about all of these. Along the way, you’ll discover the Freewheel Principle, Sky-Map Effect and Duckpondscope; there’s a whole new school or style of art (Blockism) and of philosophy (Structured Nonsense and its brain-frying Hot Air Theory); you meet the Gigantic Space Cheese and Incredible Shrinking Man And Dog, Magnum Opus’s awesome Monument and the great Bridge Between The Worlds. Ultimately, too, it’s about you the reader: how the Everything relates to our own familiar world and why you’re being told all this in the first place. And why are you being told all this? Well, the book’s subject is reality itself – and gives you a glimpse into its true nature you’ll never forget.The Everything, which took shape over the best part of thirty years, is for anyone who likes philosophy, fiction (or, indeed, Structured Nonsense).

Small Towns In Recent American Crime Fiction

Author: David Geherin
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476619182
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Small towns have long been a commonplace setting in cozy mysteries, but in recent years writers of realistic crime fiction have discovered fresh possibilities in small town settings. There they can take advantage of distinct facets of small town life—a sense of community, slower pace of life, proximity to nature—and yet deal with social, economic and environmental issues. Because crimes in small communities hit closer to home, the human element can better be emphasized. This book focuses on the work of ten contemporary authors who have placed small towns like Rocksburg, Pennsylvania (K. C. Constantine), West Table, Missouri (Daniel Woodrell), Niniltna, Alaska (Dana Stabenow), Aurora, Minnesota (William Kent Krueger), Paradise, Michigan (Steve Hamilton), Millersburg, Ohio (P. L. Gaus), Heartsdale, Georgia (Karin Slaughter), Millers Kill, New York (Julia Spencer-Fleming), Durant, Wyoming (Craig Johnson), and a number of national parks (Nevada Barr) on the map of American crime fiction.

The Green Sinkers

Author: J.P. Ripple
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1532030940
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In December 2010, J.P. Ripple made a handshake agreement with an eighty-seven-year-old man named Red to hunt for treasure on Stigley Ridge in northern Oklahoma. Red didnt balk when Ripple, who bought his first metal detector as a senior in high school, told him it would take about six winters to cover the 200-acre ridge. While Red never gave one reason why he wanted the ridge searched, he claimed his friends had lost coins, tax tokens, toys, and jewelry under a red cedar on the ridge. The Stigley kids were classmates during parts of the Great Depression, and they had a great time playing under the tree with Red once a month. In sharing his story about searching for treasure on the ridge, Ripple reveals the methods he used, what worked, what didnt, and how he dealt with an elderly man who wanted to tag along and help dig. He also shares the best places to search for valuable items, how to sell coins and bottles, and federal regulations that every treasure hunter must keep top of mindas well as what he found on Stigley Ridge.

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