Dressed To Kill

Author: Colin McDowell
Editor: Vintage
ISBN:
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Dressed To Kill

Author: Amy Miller
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'Dressed to Kill' explores naval identity, period fashion and masculinity. In a detailed examination of naval uniform and its historical, social and economic contexts, Amy Miller explores the National Maritime Museum's extensive and rich collection.

Dressed To Kill

Author: Patricia Hall
Editor: Severn House Publishers Ltd
ISBN: 1780104316
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Photographer Kate O’Donnell, fresh from her adventures in Death Trap, discovers that modeling can be murder in Swinging Sixties London. It’s 1963. A new band called the Rolling Stones is beginning to make its mark and the miniskirt is coming into fashion. For young Liverpudlian photographer Kate O’Donnell, it’s an exciting time to be in the capital—especially as she’s on secondment to an up-and-coming fashion photographer’s studio. But there’s a sordid side to 1960s London, Kate discovers, when the naked, battered body of a teenage prostitute is found amongst the rubbish bins behind a Soho jazz club—and it turns out the victim was a former model at the studio where Kate’s working. When a second young model disappears, Kate enlists her friend DS Harry Barnard’s help to find out exactly what’s going on. Together, they uncover the first of several dark secrets surrounding Andrei Lubin’s fashion studio and the notorious Jazz Cellar. “A likable heroine, an unusual plot, and plenty of unexpected twists make for an intriguing read.” —Booklist “Hall does a fine job of creating a groundbreaking protagonist whose fearlessness coupled with her talent forges a path for future female professionals.” —Library Journal

Dress To Kill

Author: Eddie Izzard
Editor: Virgin Books Limited
ISBN: 9780753504796
Size: 17,80 MB
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Eddie Izzard - action transvestite, boy racer and male tomboy - spent the 1990s conquering Britain. As the decade ended, he looked further afield. "Dressed To Kill", his stand-up tour, saw him transport his high heels and off-the-shoulder numbers to New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, taking a natural comedian's delight in the differences separating the two sides of the Pond. In this book, he reflects on his birth in Yemen and his childhood in Northern Ireland, Wales and London, and muses on animals, male tomboys, street theatre, sex, crime, God, "The Great Escape", Bible stories starring Sean Connery and James Mason, and cats who dig for oil. He also reflects on the trials and tribulations of being an cross-dressing, surrealist comedian intent on making it in America.

Dressed To Kill

Author: Rick Renner
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ISBN: 9780977945900
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A classic volume that has become a defining work in the arena of biblical spiritual warfare.

Eddie Izzard

Author: Eddie Izzard
Editor: Virgin Books Limited
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Eddie Izzard reflects on his childhood in Northern Ireland, Wales and London, and muses on animals, male tomboys, sex, crime, Bible stories starring Sean Connery and James Mason, and the trials and tribulations of being a cross-dressing, surrealist comedian intent on making it in America.

Fashioning Horror

Author: Julia Petrov
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 135003620X
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From Jack the Ripper to Frankenstein, Halloween customs to Alexander McQueen collections, Fashioning Horror examines how terror is fashioned visually, symbolically, and materially through fashion and costume, in literature, film, and real life. With a series of case studies that range from sensationalist cinema and Slasher films to true crime and nineteenth-century literature, the volume investigates the central importance of clothing to the horror genre, and broadens our understanding of both material and popular culture. Arguing that dress is fundamental to our understanding of character and setting within horror, the chapters also reveal how the grotesque and horrific is at the center of fashion itself, with its potential for instability, disguise, and carnivalesque subversion. Packed with original research, and bringing together a range of international scholars, the book is the first to thoroughly examine the aesthetics of terror and the role of fashion in the construction of horror.

Dressed To Kill

Author: Lynn Cahoon
Editor: Lyrical Press
ISBN: 1601834152
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Jill Gardner—owner of Coffee, Books, and More in the tucked-away town of South Cove, California—is not particularly thrilled to be portraying a twenties flapper for the dinner theater murder mystery. Though it is for charity... Of course everyone is expecting a “dead” body at the dress rehearsal...but this one isn’t acting! It turns out the main suspect is the late actor’s conniving girlfriend Sherry...who also happens to be the ex-wife of Jill’s main squeeze. Sherry is definitely a master manipulator...but is she a killer? Jill may discover the truth only when the curtain comes up on the final act...and by then, it may be far too late.

Model Under Cover Dressed To Kill

Author: Carina Axelsson
Editor: Usborne Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1474919286
Size: 10,23 MB
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The last thing hot new model Axelle expects to find at a photo shoot is a top stylist dead on set. But as a high-heeled, runway-ready secret sleuth, she's just the girl to solve the mystery of who poisoned Elisabeta. With gorgeous Sebastian by her side, Axelle plunges into a world of dirty rumours, sparkling jewels and high-speed chases to track a ruthless killer. Could this be Axelle's most dangerous investigation yet?

The Little Black Songbook The Who

Author: Adrian Hopkins
Editor: Wise Publications
ISBN: 0857129732
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This edition of The Little Black Songbook presents the complete lyrics and chords to 79 songs by The Who. This handy chord songbook is perfect for any aspiring guitarist, ideal for group singalongs, a spot of busking or simply to play with alone and explore what makes this seminal band so special. This little book includes: - A Quick One, While He's Away - Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere - Athena - Baba O'riley - Bargain - Behind Blue Eyes - Disguises - Drowned - I Can See For Miles - I Can't Explain - I'm Free - It's Hard - Long Live Rock - My Generation - Pinball Wizard - Shakin’ All Over - Sister Disco - Substitute - The Acid Queen - The Kids Are Alright - Tommy Can You Hear Me - Who Are You - Won't Get Fooled Again - Young Man Blues And many, many more!