Midnight Obsession

Author: Elaine K. Stirling
ISBN: 9780373220359
Size: 19,41 MB
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Midnight Obsession

Author: Melinda Leigh
Editor: Montlake Romance
ISBN: 9781503939257
Size: 19,81 MB
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Lawyer Games

Author: Dep Kirkland
Editor: Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 1457539454
Size: 18,31 MB
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In the early morning of May 2, 1981, Danny Hansford was shot dead by James Williams with a World War II vintage Luger in a historic Savannah mansion. For the next eight-and-a-half years, through four murder trials and intrigue which reached the highest levels of Georgia politics—including a former governor and the Georgia Supreme Court—lawyers battled over whether the 50-year-old Williams shot the 21-year-old Hansford in self-defense. The case inspired a best-selling book and a movie directed by Clint Eastwood. Written by Dep Kirkland, who arrived at the scene when Hansford’s body was still on the floor, Lawyer Games is the true story of this remarkable case. Kirkland, the Chief Assistant DA at the time, made the decision to arrest Williams and tried the first of four murder trials alongside the district attorney. His firsthand knowledge allows him not only to deeply analyze the murder case but also to expose the legal mischief spawned when a defendant facing unshakable physical evidence possesses almost unlimited funds. True crime aficionados will be drawn to the two stories told in the book: The riveting story of the case, its evidence (including facts never heard in the courtroom), trials and results, and the incredible eight-year campaign to beat a murder rap no matter what, with a look behind the curtain at a darker side of the American criminal justice system.

The Internet In Everyday Life

Author: Barry Wellman
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470777389
Size: 13,64 MB
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The Internet in Everyday Life is the first book to systematically investigate how being online fits into people's everyday lives. Opens up a new line of inquiry into the social effects of the Internet. Focuses on how the Internet fits into everyday lives, rather than considering it as an alternate world. Chapters are contributed by leading researchers in the area. Studies are based on empirical data. Talks about the reality of being online now, not hopes or fears about the future effects of the Internet.

Single Season Sitcoms Of The 1980s

Author: Bob Leszczak
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 1476623848
Size: 10,32 MB
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As the cable TV industry exploded in the 1980s, offering viewers dozens of channels, an unprecedented number of series were produced. For every successful sitcom—The Golden Girls, Family Ties, Newhart—there were flops such as Take Five with George Segal, Annie McGuire with Mary Tyler Moore, One Big Family with Danny Thomas and Life with Lucy starring Lucille Ball, proving that a big name does not a hit show make. Other short-lived series were springboards for future stars, like Day by Day (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), The Duck Factory (Jim Carrey), Raising Miranda (Bryan Cranston) and Square Pegs (Sarah Jessica Parker). This book unearths many single-season sitcoms of the ’80s, providing behind-the-scenes stories from cast members, guest stars, writers, producers and directors.

Va S Contingency Plan For The Year 2000

Author: United States
Size: 12,52 MB
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One Cup At A Time

Author: Debra-Lynn Bellefeuille
Editor: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1460272854
Size: 10,33 MB
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Is there anything that can match the pure pleasure of sitting at a café watching life go by? Assuming you have a cup of coffee in hand, that is! Coffee, that lovely elixir of life, has provided stimulation, solace, and socialization around the world for centuries. Part coffee-lover’s diary, part travelogue, always engaging, informative and insightful, One Cup at a Time is the tale of a woman’s quest for love and happiness...and coffee. When work brought Debra-Lynn Bellefeuille to London, England, travel delivered new cultural adventures and life supplied plenty of ups and downs. Coffee became her therapy and a way of discovering herself: a sort of kick-starting, uplifting antidote to regrets. She has scouted out the best coffee shops, met fellow coffee aficionados, researched myth, fact, and fiction, participated in ancient coffee rituals, tasted the most expensive coffee in the world, and travelled to Marrakesh and beyond in search of the best coffee experiences, always sharing her love of coffee with others. She found her greatest pleasure in sitting at a coffee shop, savouring the taste and observing others—watching life go by, one cup at a time.

Midnight Kiss

Author: Rebecca York
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 1459283589
Size: 17,47 MB
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Don't Invite Him In That's what they told you to do when you met a vampire. But Jessica Adams was powerless to resist him. His voice enveloped her like a lover's embrace, his eyes pierced her very soul. She told herself it was just a dream. A nightmare she'd had every midnight since she started filming Midnight Kiss. Maybe it was the accidents on the set. Or because Matthew Griffon's writing was so seductive, his vampire so real. From the moment she met the reclusive Griffon, Jessica was powerfully drawn to him. His ebony eyes, the way he hid from the public light, the dark secrets he concealed…they all seemed oddly familiar. Just who was this Matthew Griffon—creator of a character, or her midnight lover in the flesh?

Her Last Goodbye

Author: Melinda Leigh
Editor: Montlake Romance
ISBN: 9781542047968
Size: 17,98 MB
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Young mother Chelsea Clark leaves the house for a girls' night out--and vanishes. Her family knows she would never voluntarily leave her two small children. Her desperate husband--the prime suspect--hires Morgan Dane to find his wife and prove his innocence. As a single mother, Morgan sympathizes with Chelsea's family. She wants to track down the criminal--unaware she's his next target.

The Midnight Disease

Author: Alice W. Flaherty
Editor: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780618485413
Size: 18,28 MB
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A leading neurologist and specialist in the field of brain research explores the link between the biology of pain and the human drive to communicate as she examines the importance of emotion in writing, the compulsion to write and its effects on the body, the nature of creativity, and the impact of writer's block. Reprint.