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The Blind Owl (Authorized by The Sadegh Hedayat Foundation – First Translation into English Based on the Bombay Edition)
Jaguar Ravenz King
Dropping names
Altogether in the Shifting World
The Moonstone (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
Leave it to Psmith (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
A Journal of the Plague Year (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
Burmese Days
The Big Book of In-Your-Face Gay Etiquette

The Big Book of In-Your-Face Gay Etiquette

The Big Book of In-Your-Face Gay Etiquette Daniel Curzon - - In some places it is the best of times to be gay. In other places it is the worst. If you have chosen to be gay - and why wouldn't you? - remember to 1) be proud, but watch your back at all times, and 2) to be good, except when you shouldn't. This is the 3rd and completely updated 21st Century Edition of the classic, ...
Under the Shirttails of Albert Russo

Under the Shirttails of Albert Russo

Under the Shirttails of Albert Russo Adam Powell - - "UNDER THE SHIRTTAILS of ALBERT RUSSO ‘…can perhaps be likened to skipping a small rock across a pond—creating ripples and reverberations which both reflect the greater omnipotence of the water and temporarily alter its periphery and identity.’ Such are the words of Adam Donaldson Powell, master weaver behind this literary tapestry ...
Annoying Stories

Annoying Stories

Annoying Stories Daniel Curzon - - Annoying Stories are annoying to those who don’t care for author Daniel Curzon’s off-kilter sense of humor or his refusal to stick to only the Left or Right in his presentation of third-rail subjects such as race, religion, feminism, illness, and even death. He’ll tell you tales as a kind of ‘truth whisperer’ despite what the outside world wants you ...
A Journal of the Plague Year (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

A Journal of the Plague Year (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

A Journal of the Plague Year (Wisehouse Classics Edition) Daniel Defoe - - DANIEL DEFOE (1660 –1731), born Daniel Foe, was an English trader, writer, journalist, pamphleteer and spy. He is most famous for his novel Robinson Crusoe, published in 1719, which is claimed to be second only to the Bible in its number of translations. He has been seen as one of the earliest proponents of the ...

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