Oh Danny Boy

Author: Rhys Bowen
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1472118421
Size: 10,35 MB
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'Delightful... as ever, Bowen does a splendid job of capturing the flavour of early twentieth-century New York and bringing to life its warm and human inhabitants.' Publishers Weekly Irish immigrant Molly Murphy is contemplating giving up PI work for something a little less... exciting. Molly has had quite enough excitement recently, thank you very much. Especially from the handsome but deceptive NYPD captain Daniel Sullivan. She wants him out of her life for good. But when Daniel is accused of accepting bribes and lands himself in the Tombs, the notorious city jail, he begs Molly to help prove he was framed. After everything they've been through together, how can she turn him down? As Molly finds herself drawn further into Daniel's case, Molly begins to fear that his trouble is related to one of his investigations: catching a serial killer who is targeting prostitutes, known to the locals as the East Side Ripper . . . 'An evocative trip through Old New York... in the company of Irish immigrant Molly Murphy, a spirited and appealing guide.' SJ Rozan, author of Winter and Night 'Irish humour and gritty determination... with charm and optimism.' Anne Perry 'Molly grows ever more engaging against a vibrant background of New York's dark side at the turn of the century.' Kirkus Reviews

Oh Danny Boy

Author: Jerry Jerome
Editor: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1684098270
Size: 10,52 MB
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Luc and Dan, two high school students at a Denver boys’ school, meet in the late 1970’s during the glitz and glitter of the disco era, and despite society’s censure of gay love, they, with the help of Luc’s ex-marine aunt, become enamored with each other. Oh, Danny Boy vividly describes their passion as it evolves into an intense love for each other while they become mature young men. This story of their lives is set in Colorado, New Orleans, and Hawaii, as well as San Francisco, where Luc struggles to resolve his doubts about his devotion to their relationship. Can he return to Dan and commit himself to the monogamous union Dan wants while they both complete college to become successful professionals, Luc a banker, Dan a famous lawyer? Neither can foresee the impact his decision and a looming pandemic will have on their lives.

Oh Danny Boy And His Tortured Soul

Author: Daniel Lunger
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1514453983
Size: 20,61 MB
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This book has different ways based on Math, Psychology, and Data Sorting on how you can approach life. Life is infinity and anyone can do their life differently but this book gives you key essential thinking to make it easier to deal with its ups and downs. Dannys previous two baseball books opened up to the many baseball lovers how to understand how to predict the performance of baseball players stats and it is extremely accurate as can be expected and done without a computer. In his life he loves predicting only to see it happens too often.

Danny Boy

Author: Malachy McCourt
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0762455004
Size: 16,79 MB
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Everyone can hum this haunting Irish ballad that inevitably brings a tear to the eye. The most requested Irish song, it has been recorded by a variety of performers ranging from Elvis Presley, Bing Crosby, and Kate Smith to the Pogues. The complete story of this moving tune has been shrouded in mystery until now. Where did "Danny Boy" originate, who actually wrote the lyrics, and is it even Irish? Acclaimed novelist, actor, memoirist, screenwriter, playwright, and raconteur, Malachy McCourt, turns his Irish eye to the song's complex history and myths in an eloquent ode to this classic. He traces the evolution of the music, which is one of more than 100 songs composed to the very same tune, including the familiar "Londonderry Air," and explores the enduring mystique of "Danny Boy" in an unforgettable tribute that brilliantly weaves history with folklore.

Oh Danny Boy

Author: Kenneth Green
Editor: Xulon Press
ISBN: 9781498401692
Size: 13,64 MB
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Ken Green was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, along with his seven brothers and three sisters. They had always been a close-knit family and enjoyed many years of great family fun. During his years at Westinghouse High School and the University of Pittsburgh he was an active in various student organizations; the Erkons Social Club, the University Theatre Department, the Pittsburgh Black Theatre Dance Ensemble and Theatre Urge. He also worked among many wonderful teachers and students while there including the legendary choreographer, Mr. Bob Johnson, Dr. Curtiss Porter and the Pulitzer Prize winning author and playwright, Mr. August Wilson. He attended Graduate School at CSU-Fresno and became an active member of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated (Gamma Xi and Epsilon Delta Sigma Chapters). He was employed by the Walt Disney Family owned (Retlaw Broadcasting Corporation) television station KJEO-TV (ABC) as a News Photographer. He also worked for radio stations (KFIG, KMGX, KFRY, KFRE) in advertising and marketing. After many wonderful years in the theater, television, radio and the movie industry, he got involved with developing Non-Public Special Education schools for children diagnosed as Severely Emotionally Disturbed and Specific Learning Disordered. This decision was due to an experience he had while visiting his wife's special education classroom which forever changed his life. After this experience he decided to pursue a doctorate degree in Education Administration. He also helped develop four State-certified, Non-Public Special Education schools. As an Education Consultant and Program Administrator, working with social service agencies, schools and the courts, he saw that adults with learning disorders needed as much help as children. Therefore, he enrolled and completed the Adult Education Teacher Credentialing Program at U.C. Berkeley. At present, he teaches GED Prep classes at various adult education programs in California.

Danny Boy

Author: Henry Hack
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1627934081
Size: 17,42 MB
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When veteran New York police officer Harry Cassidy violates his oath of office by allowing a despised bartender on his beat to die a cruel death, he must battle an internal investigation and his inner demons as he seeks redemption for betraying his shield. Complicating Harry's situation is a developing love affair with his chief inquisitor from Internal Affairs, Sergeant Susan Goldman, who fights her own emotional turmoil as she decides between her career ambitions and her love for Harry. After being wounded in a gunfight, Harry's fate is in the hands of Susan as she agonizes over her decision to betray him, or love him forever.

American History In Song

Author: Diane Holloway
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 9780595193318
Size: 15,37 MB
Format: PDF
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Songwriters dramatically captured the details of how Americans lived, thought and changed in the first half of the twentieth century. This book examines 1033 songs about WWI and WWII wars, presidents, Women’s Suffrage, Prohibition, the Great Depression, immigration, minority stereotypes, new modes of transportation, inventions, and the changing roles of men and women. America invited immigrants and went to war to ensure democracy but within its borders, lyrics display intolerant attitudes toward women, blacks, and ethnic groups. Songs covered labor strikes, communism, lynchings, women voting and working, love, sex, airships, radio, telephones, the lure of movies and new movie star role models, drugs, smoking, and the atom bomb.History books cannot match the humor, poignancy, poetry and thrill of lyrics in describing the essence of American life as we moved from a rural white male dominated society toward an urban democracy that finally included women and minorities.

I Heard My Country Calling

Author: James Webb
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476741166
Size: 20,56 MB
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In this brilliantly received memoir, former senator James Webb has outdone himself. It is rare in America that one individual is recognized for the highest levels of combat valor, as a respected member of the literary and journalistic world, and as a blunt-spoken leader in national politics. In this extraordinary memoir, Webb writes vividly about the early years that shaped such a remarkable personal journey. Webb’s mother grew up in the poverty-stricken cotton fields of East Arkansas. His father and lifetime hero was the first in many generations of Webbs, whose roots are in Appalachia, to finish high school. He flew bombers in World War II and cargo planes in the Berlin Airlift, graduated from college in middle age, and became an expert in the nation’s most advanced weaponry. Webb’s account of his childhood is a tremendous American saga as the family endures the constant moves and challenges of the rarely examined post–World War II military, with a stern but emotionally invested father, a loving mother who had borne four children by the age of twenty-four, a granite-like grandmother who held the family together during his father’s frequent deployments, and a rich assortment of aunts, siblings, and cousins. Webb tells of his four years at Annapolis in a voice that is painfully honest but in the end triumphant. His description of Vietnam’s most brutal battlefields breaks new literary ground. One of the most highly decorated combat Marines of that war, he is a respected expert on the history and conduct of the war. Webb’s novelist’s eyes and ears invest this work with remarkable power, whether he is describing the resiliency that grew from constant relocations during his childhood, the longing for his absent father, his poignant good-bye to his parents as he leaves for Vietnam, his role as a twenty-three-year-old lieutenant through months of constant combat, or his election to the Senate, where he was a leader on national defense, foreign policy, and economic fairness. This is a life that could happen only in America.

Danny Boy Stories 120 Letters

Author: D. C. Lee
Editor: Danny Boy Stories
ISBN: 1482772760
Size: 15,60 MB
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Is white-collar crime victimless? Often, it becomes a very deadly game when the powerful become greedy. This is the story of two young beginning reporters trying to survive in 1959. Together, they fight heroically, wade into the murky waters of widespread official fraud, corruption, murder, and engage in a new war against domestic abuse and violence! On his 19th birthday, Toby Miller has already experienced a lifetime of tragedy. There are always consequences to actions, and destiny has a difficult road for this engineering hopeful turned journalist, and his beautiful partner. Mob danger lurks around every corner, and professional challenges are a daily occurrence in a pressure-packed environment. Steering through the daily pitfalls of a new career and the dangers created by a deadly criminal enterprise, make Danny Boy Stories--120 Letters an exciting romantic adventure.

Random House Treasury Of Year Round Poems

Author: Patricia Klein
Editor: Random House Reference
ISBN: 0307497593
Size: 15,76 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Celebrate each season of the year with this collection of more than 100 poems commemorating a broad scope of holidays such as Christmas, Easter, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Cinco de Mayo, and Valentine's Day, as well as birthdays, anniversaries, the seasons, and the general passage of time. • Featuring 100-plus favorites from e.e. cummings, Emily Dickinson, Robert Herrick, Carl Sandburg, Robert Frost, and more • Jacketed hardcover gift edition with a ribbon page marker From the Hardcover edition.