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- Andrews UK 2011; US$ 10.99
The story is of altruism writ large when an Oilman near Houston gives his ranch back to descendants of the Mexican family who lost it in eighteen thirty six. That stunt set the bar high bringing the world to his door to praise and damn him while catapulting him on a high arc through the media heavens. It made him a worldwide celebrity instantly, changing... more...
- St. Martin's Press 2005; US$ 8.99
Ripe and ruthless Beltway satire by a former Presidential speechwriter. Peter Holmes Dickinson (of the Main Line Dickinsons), a former top speechwriter for President Tyler "Ty the Guy" Ferguson, is a charming snob, a part-time coke-head, full-time womanizer, and in big trouble. His Washington speechwriting firm is tanking, he owes money to Dean,... more...
- Zondervan 2012; US$ 11.99
In the second book in The Cuban Trilogy by bestselling author Noel Hynd, U.S. Treasury Agent Alex LaDuca travels to Miami to continue her investigations into the murder-and-money laundering intrigue set in motion in Hostage in Havana. Caught between the Dosi cartel and cocaine profits, and the surreal and the supernatural ... there's Murder in Miami. more...
- Troubador Publishing Ltd 2012; Not Available
Banana Pier is a pacey and disturbing novel set in the final frenzied days of Soviet communism in which fiction collides with fact. Moral ambiguities which underpin our society are revealed in a story of complex characters and unexpected links between Scotland, the Soviet Union and Northern Ireland. more...
- ReadHowYouWant 2006; US$ 3.99
Originally published in 1864, The Roman and the Teuton is one of Kingsleys most popular works. This historical piece of writing highly praises the Germanic power and derides the Latin civilization. Absorbing and appealing! more...
- Troubador Publishing Ltd 2013; Not Available
Authentic, well-researched and passionate, this African-themed novel deals with real people, politics and the startling reality that, in Africa, tomorrow is never a certainty. Sections are based on Nick Roddy?s own experiences of being held at gunpoint as a hostage in Nigeria. more...
- Dunham Books 2013; US$ 12.99
A parable for the times in which we live. Fernandez has written a classic fable for our Age of Doubt, just as Kerouac defined the Age of Hippies. Worth reading no matter what side of the political spectrum you inhabit. Aladar Gabriel In 1990, an extraordinarily talented young man was discovered on the streets of Florence, Italy. His gifts are readily... more...
- Limmat Verlag 2013; US$ 24.99
Der serbische Reiseunternehmer Zoran Slavković wird in anonymen Briefen mit Ivo-Andrić-Zitaten bedroht. Er beauftragt einen jungen, abgebrannten Schriftsteller, der sich als Detektiv ausgibt, mit der Suche nach dem Verfasser. Doch bevor dieser die Ermittlungen aufnehmen kann, ist Slavković auch schon tot, hingerichtet nach angekündigter... more...
- Limmat Verlag 2013; US$ 24.99
Die erfolgreiche Schriftstellerin Marguerite Duval deckt unerschrocken Skandale auf, weist auf unlautere Geschäfte hin, bezieht Stellung. Und offenbar trifft sie immer wieder ins Schwarze: Ihre Bücher sind Bestseller, ihre Lesungen ausverkauft. Nur in Schaffhausen scheint es anders zu sein. Mit Morddrohungen will jemand verhindern, dass sie öffentlich... more...
- HarperCollins 2009; Not Available
Maurice and Norman Messer, father-and-son business partners, know a good product when they see it. That product is the Holocaust, and Maurice, a Holocaust survivor with an inflated personal history, and Norman, enjoying vicarious victimhood as a participant in the second-generation movement, proceed to market it enthusiastically. Not even the disappearance... more...