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The Man from Turkey
Dropping names
I-sraeli Syndrome
Under the Shirttails of Albert Russo
A Clergyman’s Daughter
The Most Dangerous Game (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)
Cane (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
Sweet, Sweet, Stories, Some Sweeter than Others

Sweet, Sweet, Stories, Some Sweeter than Others

Sweet, Sweet, Stories, Some Sweeter than Others Daniel Curzon - - Sweet, Sweet Stories, Some Sweeter Than Others by Daniel Curzon is a product of a lifetime of living with a super-thin skin and a lot of scar tissue from the vicissitudes of the world. Whether it is possessed of a “monumental originality,” as expressed by Phi Beta Kappa Reviews, it is at the very least a readable, ...
A Seeping Wound

A Seeping Wound

A Seeping Wound Darryl Wimberley - - "GOLD WINNER of the FOREWORD REVIEWS' 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Award." Somewhere in an ancient stand of timber comes a request from an aging lumberjack. "I need me a will," Paul Bunyan informs his camp's scribe and bean-counter. "But a will ain't just a will, Johnny. It's a testament, too. What a man wants folks to remember 'bout hisself." And ...
Madame de Treymes

Madame de Treymes

Madame de Treymes Edith Wharton - - "Madame de Treymes exhibits Wharton's subtle realism and is one of her works depicting Americans living in France. It tells of Fanny de Malrive, née Frisbee, a once free-spirited New Yorker now married to a French marquis. Like several of Wharton's female protagonists, she is trapped within an unhappy marriage as well as being constricted by the ...
How to Cyberbully Your Teachers

How to Cyberbully Your Teachers

How to Cyberbully Your Teachers Daniel Curzon - - The Dark Side of the Internet comes in the form of a teacher "review" website that allows anyone at all, even non-students, to post "reviews" of teachers, anonymously without consequence to the "reviewer," thus unleashing the nastiest sides of the human species - a website where blackmail, extortion, defamation, plain old lying for the ...

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