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The Witch S Vacuum Cleaner

Author: Terry Pratchett
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448197155
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Do you believe in magic? Can you imagine a war between wizards, a rebellious ant called 4179003, or a time-travelling television? Can you imagine that poor old Mr Swimble could see a mysterious vacuum cleaner in the morning, and make cheese sandwiches and yellow elephants magically appear by the afternoon? Welcome to the wonderful world of Sir Terry Pratchett, and fourteen fantastically funny tales from the master storyteller. Bursting from these pages are food fights, pirates, bouncing rabbits and magical pigeons. And a witch riding a vacuum cleaner, of course. ‘One of the most consistently funny writers around’ Guardian

Father Christmas S Fake Beard

Author: Terry Pratchett
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 144819850X
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A collection of wonderful Christmas stories from the fantastically funny Terry Pratchett. With incredible illustrations from Mark Beech. Have you ever wanted Christmas to be different? Turkey and carols, presents and crackers - they all start to feel a bit . . . samey. How about a huge exploding mince pie, a pet abominable snowman, or a very helpful partridge in a pear tree? What if Father Christmas went to work at a zoo, or caused chaos in a toy store or, was even, arrested for burglary!? Dive into the fantastically funny world of Terry Pratchett, for a festive treat like no other. These ten stories will have you laughing, gasping and crying (with laughter) - you'll never see Christmas in the same way again. 'Funny, action-packed . . . a rip-roaring read' The Sun

Tom Dick And Debbie Harry

Author: Jessica Adams
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1446487350
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When Richard, a divorced but desirable vet from Tasmania, proposes to Sarah, an English Rose, she decides to accept and start a whole new life with him down under. The only problem is, though, that days before the wedding Sarah falls in love with Richard's best man, Tom, who's living with a much older woman. Meanwhile, Bronte, Richard's first wife, a Features Editor on a woman's magazine in Sydney is trying to cope with the news that her ex is marrying again. And Harry, Richard's younger brother, who has never got over his obsession with Blondie, is spending all his time chasing after the wrong women. Tom, Dick and Debbie Harry is a witty and, at times, hilarious contemporary novel about weddings, relationships, finding the right partner, shenanigans amongst friends and Australian eccentricity.

Philadelphia Stories

Author: Fredric Miller
Publisher: Temple University Press
ISBN: 9780877225515
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Photographs document the growth of Philadelphia and show the life of its citizens from 1920-1960

Lady V

Author: Dumitru Radu Popa
ISBN: 9781933132310
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Fiction. Translated from the Romanian by Simina Calin, Calin-Andrei Mihailescu, Ramona Uricescu, and Liana Lupas. Popa's Lady V. is still a virgin after four marriages, yet one can't say if this entitles her to travel from the actual world of the Frick Museum into Whistler's paintings exhibited therein. With a touch of Hawthorne and a bow to Henry James, "Lady V." invites the reader to step into the story and see from the inside its contours. From this refined decadence the world goes on psyche's sly fantastic slopes in a "Choice" reminiscent of Salem 1692, to then return, with the delirious humor of "Panic Syndrome!," to Manhattan, the psychoanalysts' neighborhood. At the end of all these turns the reader gets it: nobody invented anxiety, but in the Great Belly of the City, full of butterflies, the legion of pros is there to shrink it.