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Halfway to the Stars: Cable Car Tales of a Grumpy Gripman
Jaguar Ravenz King
Paul Bunyan
Poirot Investigates (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
The Man in the Brown Suit (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
The Moonstone (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
A Clergyman’s Daughter
Dropping names

Dropping names

Dropping names Daniel Curzon - - "Tell the truth till it hurts." - Daniel Curzon "This lucid and chatty book is perceptive, wry, and penetrating to the last drop of bile." - Robert Patrick "Angry, bitter, with chips on both shoulders, Daniel Curzon is also ferociously honest and very funny." - Ian Young "He has been everywhere, he has met everyone, and now that he has your attention, he
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 ...
Leave it to Psmith (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

Leave it to Psmith (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

Leave it to Psmith (Wisehouse Classics Edition) P. G. Wodehouse - - Leave It to Psmith is a comic novel by English author P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the United Kingdom on 30 November 1923 by Herbert Jenkins, London, England and in the United States on 14 March 1924 by George H. Doran, New York. It had previously been serialised, in the Saturday Evening Post in the US between 3 ...
Speak to Me, Mother Beloved

Speak to Me, Mother Beloved

Speak to Me, Mother Beloved Albert Russo - - A humanist with roots in Central, Southern Africa, and the Mediterranean, Albert Russo has been acclaimed by James Baldwin, Edmund White, Martin Tucker, Douglas Parmee of Oxford University, Joseph Kessel, Pierre Emmanuel, both of the Académie Française, among many other literary authorities, as well as by his African peers, Chinua Achebe ...

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