The Victim A Rufus Stone Novel Part Of The 22red Series

Author: Graham Rabone
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ISBN: 9781781487211
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The Victim A Rufus Stone Novel Part Of The 22red Series from the Author: Graham Rabone. Kidnappers are ruthless, governments are economical with the truth and the bewildered 'victim' is lied to by all ... Kidnap and Ransom negotiator Rufus Stone and his team at 22Red are called upon to solve the abduction of a suburban couple holidaying in Tanzania. Their daughter, a young junior doctor, must overcome her emotions and learn the complex art of communicating with kidnappers to secure the safe release of her parents. From first contact to a night parachute jump over the Mikumi National Park in a last ditch effort to save the couple, tensions mount as western governments become involved under the guise of waging the War on Terror.

French Trysts

Author: Kirsten Lobe
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 1429996552
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French Trysts from the Author: Kirsten Lobe. Somewhere between dating and eternal bliss lies a secret world of glamour, opulence, decadence and the real amorous adventures of the haut monde. Paris is a sexy, sinful romantic playground—and what could be more thrilling than to be an American girl let loose in the City of Lights? Alexandra Ward is a Sorbonne student with a fabulous French boyfriend who's just gone AWOL and a growing love affair with all things Parisian. She realizes her new life a la Francais feels entirely like play-acting—in a good way. But what happens when a playful flirtation with the CEO of an international luxury conglomerate turns into not just a "dejeuner"—lunch— at the Ritz, but diving for canary diamonds in the famous swimming pool of the Hotel Ritz? And when that same Master of the Monde (who just happens to be married, bien sur) asks Alexandra to be something more than a date but something, well, different than a girlfriend? French Trysts is about slipping into a new life like it's a couture suit, about the thrill of seeing what really goes on behind the gated Hotel Particuliers of the rich and famous Bon Ton de Paris, about the power of sex and the redemption of true romance. Praise for Kirsten Lobe's Paris Hangover: "A witty mousse."—Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of The Deep End of the Ocean "Wickedly entertaining."—Chicago Tribune "Decadent, sexy."—Frederic Beigbeder, author of 99 Francs and L'égoïste romantique

Old Times On The Upper Mississippi

Author: George Byron Merrick
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3954274515
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Old Times On The Upper Mississippi from the Author: George Byron Merrick. What was life like on the Mississippi in the good old days? What were the challenges? How was navigation done? Which ships were on the river? These questions and many more are answered by the recollecions of a famous steam boat pilot, George Merrick. This book was first published in 1909.

Sex In The Ancient World From A To Z

Author: John Grimes Younger
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 0415242525
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Sex In The Ancient World From A To Z from the Author: John Grimes Younger. In this fascinating and revealing A-to-Z, John G. Younger examines the sexual practices, expressions and attitudes of the Greeks and Romans, from Catullus and Caligula, to orgies and obscenity, and from abstinence and incest, to pederasty and prostitution. The book opens with an overview of current thinking on ancient sex and sexuality, and goes on to provide an extraordinarily wide coverage of a sexual culture so very different from our own, approaching the subject from the perspectives of literature, history, archaeology and art. Comprehensive, reliable and eye-opening, this A-to-Z illuminates an important aspect of the classical world. For those who want to take their reading further, there are numerous references to ancient sources and modern scholarship, as well as a separate section of works of art. This is an ideal introduction to and exploration of sex in the ancient world for readers at every level.

Ecology Of Center City Philadelphia

Author: Kenneth D. Frank
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 9780692506486
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Ecology Of Center City Philadelphia from the Author: Kenneth D. Frank. Two centuries ago Philadelphia was the center for the study of natural history in the United States. Drawing on this legacy, this book explores the ecology of the city's downtown, a district called Center City. Despite high density development, the ecology of Center City turns out to be resilient and dynamic.

Arthur S Mystery Envelope

Author: Stephen Krensky
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ISBN: 9781590547342
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Arthur S Mystery Envelope from the Author: Stephen Krensky. The principal gives Arthur a sealed envelope to give to his mother and he worries about what is inside.

The Common Reader

Author: Virginia Woolf
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1291549099
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The Common Reader from the Author: Virginia Woolf. With the first volume published in 1925 and the second in 1932, The Common Reader brings together a collection of Woolf's critical essays and articles, in total forty entries covering historical and contemporary authors and themes. By no means is this a complete collection of her critical work – she was reviewing in established magazines well before she'd published any of her own work – but it is representative of her views at the height of her abilities. It's also a reflection of Woolf's working life. By all accounts, she wrote for publication only at certain times of the day – usually in the morning – but she also put a considerable amount of time aside to read, typically amassing a pile of intended volumes or immersing herself in a single author for a few days at a time. Unfortunately, the use of the word 'common' in the title served to open her up for subsequent criticism because by and large these are subjects not especially appealing to the common man or woman.