His Sinful Secret

Author: Emma Wildes
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101444983
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Betrothed to one brother, then married to another, Julianne Sutton finds herself a pawn in an unknown game. The enigmatic new Marquess of Longhaven knows all about the art of deception but he's baffled by innocence. His new wife is trusting, lovely, and utterly bewitching. Imagine his surprise when he discovers that she has secrets of her own. As he battles a ruthless enemy, he quickly learns that love has an entirely different set of rules.

Her Sinful Secret

Author: Jane Porter
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 1459292995
Size: 19,25 MB
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The secret she never told… Heart racing, Logan Copeland cannot look away from tycoon Rowan Argyros as he declares her life is in danger. All she can think is that Rowan took her virginity, heartlessly rejected her after a night of reckless abandon…and is the father of her child. She must reveal the truth before she's whisked away to Rowan's castle for safety… Isolated together, Logan finds herself at the mercy of Rowan's unrelenting need to claim her—and their daughter! Logan has known no touch but his, and yearns to feel it again…but to do so, she must agree to meet him at the altar!

London S Sinful Secret

Author: Dan Cruickshank
Editor: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 9781429919562
Size: 15,67 MB
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Georgian London evokes images of elegant mannered buildings, but it was also a city where prostitution was rife and houses of ill repute widespread in a sex trade that employed thousands. In London's Sinful Secret, Dan Cruickshank explores this erotic Georgian underworld and shows how it affected almost every aspect of life and culture in the city from the smart new streets that sprang up in Marylebone, to the squalid alleys around Charing Cross to the coffee houses, where prostitutes plied their trade, to the work of artists such as William Hogarth and Joshua Reynolds. Cruickshank uses memoirs, newspaper accounts and court records to create a surprisingly bawdy portrait of London at its most-mannered and, for the first time, exposes its secret, sinful underside. "A lively work of social history, full of surprises and memorable characters." - Kirkus Reviews

Law And Representation In Early Modern Drama

Author: Subha Mukherji
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139460005
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This examination of the relation between law and drama in Renaissance England establishes the diversity of their dialogue, encompassing critique and complicity, comment and analogy, but argues that the way in which drama addresses legal problems and dilemmas is nevertheless distinctive. As the resemblance between law and theatre concerns their formal structures rather than their methods and aims, an interdisciplinary approach must be alive to distinctions as well as affinities. Alert to issues of representation without losing sight of a lived culture of litigation, this study primarily focuses on early modern implications of the connection between legal and dramatic evidence, but expands to address a wider range of issues which stretch the representational capacities of both courtroom and theatre. The book does not shy away from drama's composite vision of legal realities but engages with the fictionality itself as significant, and negotiates the methodological challenges it posits.

Men Of Violence

Author: Bill Brooks
Editor: Blackstone Publishing
ISBN: 1470861615
Size: 12,25 MB
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John Henry Cole worked for years in Cheyenne, Wyoming-first as a policeman, and later a detective. He enjoyed the work, despite its dangers, but it was time for a change. So he decided to open his own agency, one staffed by former lawmen like himself. In practice they might be bounty hunters, but he hired men he had worked with before that he knew and trusted to be honorable and professional-and then they got to work. And work it was. Cole's agency was located in just about the most dangerous place it could be: Red Pony, in the Cherokee strip, a region often referred to as a no-man's-land because of its rampant outlawry. But the way Cole saw it, what better place to hunt for outlaws with bounties on their heads? But Cole's team may have bit off more than it can chew when it sets out to capture the notorious Sam Starr and his outlaw gang, and bring them all to justice.

The Yale Literary Magazine

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With v. 35 is bound: The Yale potpourri, v. 5; 1869/70.

For The Old Love S Sake By The Author Of Not Easily Jealous By I D Hardy

Author: Iza Duffus Hardy
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The Old Love And The New

Author: Juliet H. Lewis Campbell
Size: 14,59 MB
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Sinful Secrets

Author: Thea Devine
Editor: Zebra Books
ISBN: 9780821753729
Size: 18,95 MB
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Set in Victorian England and in a pasha's lush harem, a steamy tale of love and passion follows the clashes of virgins and voluptuaries as a woman offers a man the desires of his heart for the right price. Original.