Alice Scott Tea Towel Set

Author: Galison
Editor: Galison
ISBN: 9780735348172
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Bring wit and charm to your kitchen with this set of two tea towels from Galison, which feature dapper dachshunds and one adorable terrier by artist Alice Scott. - Includes two tea towels - Each measures 28.5 x 18.5''

A Song For Alice Loom

Author: Scott Ely
Editor: Livingston Press
ISBN: 9781931982764
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Fiction. Charlene is an underground dump fire. Louis Sabine is a dead Marine who played the sax. Together, can they help end racial tension building in Pine, after the needless death of a young mother and her daughter, plus the savage murder of an aunt whose voodoo was inflaming matters? Can they save the Looms and the Sabines, historically white and black families, who have interbred? Can they restore any semblance of love?

Think Twice

Author: Lisa Scottoline
Editor: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447206444
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Unbeknownst to her identical twin Bennie Rosato, Alice Connelly is on the run from her drug-dealing confederates who are trying to kill her. Alice sees only one way out - to become Bennie. She slips a drug into her drink, and usurps her life. Not only does she sleep with her boyfriend, impersonate her at work - and steal her money, but she also warns the police that her evil twin is out to get her. Her plan works perfectly, because when Bennie emerges to fight back, everyone thinks she's Alice - including the police. Meanwhile, Mary DiNunzio, distracted by personal problems is also duped by Alice. The happy DiNunzio home is disrupted by the arrival of a sexy and mysterious cousin who claims to be a witch - and manages to put Mary's father under her spell! Bennie, with everything at stake, is fighting for her life - on all levels. She's reached breaking point. But when the chips are finally down, what will she do? Is blood thicker than water, and can an ordinary, law-abiding woman be driven to evil?

Rain Against The Window

Author: J. Elizabeth Scott
Editor: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1312861916
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Every one has choices to make, including Claire Westscott. Depending on who you talk to, Claire's choices appear to indicate she is either losing her grip on reality or is just indulging herself at the expense of others. Ushering in her 50th year, Claire leaves the life she has always known in the city of Toronto for a farm in a remote area of New Brunswick. Refusing to stay in her predictable life and reclaiming her own sense of self-identy puts the burden of love directly in the firing line of personal freedom.

The Railroad Trainman

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Billboard

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.

Billboard

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.

Memorial Day And Other Stories

Author: Paul Scott Malone
Editor: TCU Press
ISBN: 9780875652191
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Memorial Day and Other Stories has a cast of characters not easily forgotten; they are damaged young men struggling with a hostile world - or at least a world they don't always understand. Malone's major theme is the angst of modern man. Even the women characters - and they are never the protagonists - suffer from one sort of anxiety or another. In the title story, William, the narrator, drifts between madness and distress and despair. In "Family Photos," Randy, the main character, is on leave from an institution for the troubled to visit his family. The more they try to draw him out, the more he retreats into his near-madness. And in the novella that ends the volume, Dalrymple is not a disturbed person but a young man desperately seeking himself as he prepares to be drafted for service in the Vietnam War. His anxiety comes from his broken marriage, his fear of going to war, and his inability to make himself grow up. In "The Solitary Heart," one of the few stories with a major woman character, we see a pair of artists - man and wife? - who carve out lives together yet really live alone. They work and eat together, but at night each goes to a solitary bed.