The Apartment House Gwen
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|Author||: Audrey Schrum Boenig|
|Editor||: Trafford Publishing|
The tenants of the apartment house are busy avoiding one anotheruntil Angie moves in. Gwen is just a housekeeper. Why wont Jerry leave her alone?
|Author||: Gary B. Boyd|
Brett Stamos loved his job, he loved his country, but most all, he loved his wife. When he allowed his curiosity to override his good sense, he lost all three. Brett found out that written history does not always match up with real history. Unwittingly, he uncovered that a monumental hoax had been perpetrated on the American people. He discovered original history books that debunked six decades of misinformation that kept President Makluas government in power. Slated for termination on charges of sedition, Bretts sure death is averted when he is rescued by people that he once disavowed as invaders and trespassers. The simple Forester becomes the face of an underground Liberty Movement whose mission is to return the United States to its former glory as a beacon of freedom in a dangerous world.
|Author||: Kip Nelson|
|Editor||: Mahogany Publications|
Patrick Pernetti and his wife, Gwen, are relieved to leave the stress and busyness of city life behind, following a bitter custody battle for Gwen’s son. A long weekend in a lakefront lodge is just what they need to recharge. Julian and Mary, a couple entering their twilight years, are easing into their new phase of life with not a care in the world, and they wouldn’t have it any other way. Life for everyone in the lodge is about to change dramatically. What begins as power issues with electrical devices soon dissolves into something much more troubling. As they try to unravel the mystery of what has transpired, Gwen and Pat do all they can to not let fear come in between them and reuniting with Gwen’s son in the city. If they make it through the first night in this dark, new world, they just may survive what comes next. Keywords: EMP, emp survival, Post-Apocalyptic, EMP Fiction, survival books free, dystopian, EMP Apocalyptic Survival Fiction, End of the World Survival Fiction, SHTF Fiction, Post Apocalyptic Survival Fiction No Zombies, End of the World Survival Fiction, Prepper Survival Fiction, EMP Apocalyptic Survival Fiction, prepper fiction, post survival fiction, emp fiction books
|Author||: Jeffrey Reed|
|Editor||: Xlibris Corporation|
Im a forty-three-year-old dad who has two sons, one twenty and the other seventeen, and I was born in a small town name Marion County. I am always into writing stories and never thought I would take it this far. Kyla, life of a female thug, was a story I came up with to see how the drug game can handle having a woman in charge. I hope you like it.
|Author||: Elizabeth Casper-Rolfs|
|Editor||: Xlibris Corporation|
In this narrative, Elizabeth tells the story of how she separated from her three young children. At the beginning of this book she had two goals in writing it. The first was to give each of her children a picture of their childhoods, from her perspective. She had hoped that in expressing her love as well as her limitations, their own healing would be enhanced. The second goal was to offer support to every mother everywhere, who has longed for freedom from the role of single parent, even if she did not act on that - and for every child who has felt abandoned in any way by these mothers, no matter the reason. There is hope and there is healing. Elizabeth realized as she completed this story, that there had been a third goal. She has been writing this book for herself. The process of writing has served as her own deep healing. For this, she is grateful beyond measure. She accepts herself then and now and chooses to focus on this ever growing present that she lives in with these three. All is well. They are all co-creating their life experiences in which they learn, change, grow and go on differently than before. Elizabeth is humbled by the love of her children and she celebrates with honor, their strong sense of family.
|Author||: Janice Mitchell|
|Editor||: Gray & Company, Publishers|
A true-adventure, coming-of-age tale set in the exhilarating first wave of Beatlemania … It’s 1964, and 16-year-old Janice is struggling in a grim foster home in Cleveland when she falls suddenly, deeply in love … with the Beatles. They and their music stir in her an ecstatic new sense of freedom. With a friend, she hatches a bold plan to escape their dreary lives and run away to London to meet the Fab Four. On their own for the first time—in “Beatleland”—they explore a new city, a new culture, and a new life, visiting the hippest clubs of Soho, meeting some nice English boys, hitchhiking to Liverpool … But unbeknownst to them, the runaways have become international news—and a hunt is on. Adventure and newfound freedom end abruptly when Janice is apprehended by London police and hauled home to Cleveland and an unforgiving juvenile justice system. Warned by responsible adults to put it all behind her, she doesn’t speak of her extraordinary adventure for more than fifty years. In this memoir, she looks back with fresh insight on the heady early days of Beatlemania and an era in America when young women exercising some control over their lives presented a serious threat to adult society.
|Author||: E. Lippert|
|Editor||: Fulton Books, Inc.|
Gwen knew three things for sure, all of which she learned at aged eight: (1) she was ugly, (2) the only person she could depend on to defend her was herself, and (3) the only way to defend herself from bullies was through merciless confrontation. Gwen lived her life according to those facts. Her resentments grew with each real and perceived unfairness and resulted in increasingly violent retribution, culminating with the loss of her only child. She was determined to get revenge. She lived for it. During this time, however, she does find some good in her life and in her soul, and for a time, the good and the evil comingle inside her until, one day, she encounters someone as desperate as she is. Which part of her will win out then? The good or the evil?
|Author||: Lois Lenski|
|Editor||: Open Road Media|
A Chinese boy struggles to adapt to life in the big city In Chinatown, the streets are crowded and the air is filled with delicious smells. Felix Fong and his family just moved to San Francisco from a town in the countryside, and they have never seen so many people. Felix’s siblings are thrilled by the constant hustle and bustle, but he misses their old house. He liked having grass to play in and a pond to swim in. The city is overwhelming, and it doesn’t feel like home. But soon Felix begins to have adventures in San Francisco. He makes friends and even gets a job. Before he knows it, he forgets about being homesick and learns to fall in love with the city.
|Author||: Lois Lenski|
|Editor||: Open Road Media|
From a Newbery Award–winning author: These seven beloved classics beautifully capture growing up and overcoming challenges across America. In her Regional America series, author and illustrator Lois Lenski presents realistic portrayals of unforgettable young people facing hardships and triumphs across the diverse United States. The Newbery Medal–winning Strawberry Girl follows day-to-day life for Birdie and her family on a berry farm in Florida, as they deal with heat, droughts, cold snaps, and difficult neighbors. In Prairie School, a young girl gets stranded at her South Dakota school by a winter storm; in Bayou Suzette, the Cajun Suzette strikes up an unlikely friendship with a Native American girl in the swamps of Louisiana; and Blue Ridge Billy is the story of a boy who dreams of playing the fiddle. Other novels follow the lives of a young farmer who wants to quit school and work on his family’s Iowa farm; an Asian-American boy adjusting to city life in San Francisco’s Chinatown; and an adolescent lumberjack in the forests of Oregon. Beyond changing the face of children’s literature, Lenski’s stories endure because of their moving and believable depictions of young people from often overlooked communities. Through her art, Lenski gives these characters a voice that continues to ring loud and clear for modern readers. This ebook includes Strawberry Girl, Prairie School, Bayou Suzette, Blue Ridge Billy, Corn-Farm Boy, San Francisco Boy, and To Be a Logger.
|Author||: Pamela Robertson Wojcik|
|Editor||: Duke University Press|
Rethinks films including Pillow Talk and Rear Window by identifying the apartment plot as a distinct genre, one in which the urban apartment figures as a central narrative device.
|Author||: Frank Schmalleger|
|Editor||: Pearson College Division|
For sophomore/junior-level courses in Criminal Law, Introduction to Criminal Law, Criminal Law and Procedure, and Administration of Justice. This text is designed to introduce students to the fundamental nature of law, to give them an overview of general legal principles, and to help them develop a special understanding of the historical development of criminal law and its contemporary form and function in today's American society. Real stories and photographs of contemporary situations and issues bring the content to life, and Capstone Cases provide insights into the everyday workings of American jurisprudence and illustrate the logic by which appellate decisions are made.
|Author||: Peter Anghelides|
|Editor||: Random House|
'The twenty-first century is when it all changes, and you've got to be ready.' Separate from the government; outside the police, beyond the United Nations: Torchwood sets its own rules. A team of investigators, using alien technology to solve crime - both alien and human. This new British sci-fi crime thriller, created by Russell T Davies, sees them delve into the unknown. A group of people fighting the impossible. A terror hides at the bottom of Cardiff Bay - waiting, feeding, controlling... this novel is a gripping Torchwood adventure
|Author||: Chris Bohjalian|
From the bestselling author of The Flight Attendant, here is a gripping psychological novel of obsession and consequence. When Laurel Estabrook is attacked while riding her bicycle through Vermont’s back roads, her life is forever changed. Formerly outgoing, Laurel withdraws into her photography, spending all her free time at a homeless shelter. There she meets Bobbie Crocker, a man with a history of mental illness and a box of photographs that he won’t let anyone see. When Bobbie dies, Laurel discovers a deeply hidden secret–a story that leads her far from her old life, and into a cat-and-mouse game with pursuers who claim they want to save her. In a tale that travels between the Roaring Twenties and the twenty-first century, between Jay Gatsby’s Long Island and rural New England, bestselling author Chris Bohjalian has written an extraordinary novel.
|Author||: Phil Ford|
|Editor||: Random House|
'If you're going to be anyone in Cardiff, you're going to be at SkyPoint!' SkyPoint is the latest high-rise addition to the ever-developing Cardiff skyline. It's the most high-tech, avant-garde apartment block in the city. And it's where Rhys Williams is hoping to find a new home for himself and Gwen. Gwen's more concerned by the money behind the tower block - Besnik Lucca, a name she knows from her days in uniform. When Torchwood discover that residents have been going missing from the tower block, one of the team gets her dream assignment. Soon SkyPoint's latest newly married tenants are moving in. And Toshiko Sato finally gets to make a home with Owen Harper. Then something comes out of the wall... Featuring Captain Jack Harkness as played by John Barrowman, with Gwen Cooper, Owen Harper, Toshiko Sato and Ianto Jones as played by Eve Myles, Burn Gorman, Naoki Mori and Gareth David-Lloyd, in the hit science fiction series created by Russell T Davies for BBC Television.
|Author||: Jeanne Allan|
GUARDIAN ANGELS He was heaven-sent… Jake Stoner, with his devil-may-care smile and coolly assessing eyes, seemed the answer to Gwen Ashton's prayers. But had she been too impulsive in hiring a complete stranger to help on her ranch? Dreaming of a real home for herself and her young niece, Gwen recognized Jake was unlikely husband material. He was a drifter, a man who needed—wanted—no one. He'd said he would stay for as long as she needed him—could she persuade him that her need was forever? Falling in love sometimes needs a little help from above! "Jeanne Allan displays a real talent for mixing sexual tension and gripping characters with an exciting storyline."—Romantic Times
|Author||: Karen Wiesner|
|Editor||: Hard Shell Word Factory|
Paranormal Romance: Twenty-five years ago, Gwen Nicholson-Nelson was in a car accident that almost claimed her life...and left behind a strange gift. She can see the future...and death...before it comes to pass. She had a vision of her husband's death 10 years before it happened in, for Gwen, chilling deja vu. During this time, she's also had a disturbing connection with another like her, a psychic who has the power to not only see into others but to manipulate and destroy. For 25 years, as seemingly unrelated events convince Gwen she has no power of her own beyond sight, she's wondered why she was given the ability to see pain and death yet never to alleviate it. But when her nemesis targets Dylan Mitchell, the man she loves, and his daughter, all the pieces of the puzzle that has tormented her for 25 years fall into place. Gwen must discover her own power, believe in herself and her destiny, and act-before her vision of Dylan's death comes to pass.
|Author||: Dominick Ricca|
|Editor||: Xlibris Corporation|
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|Author||: Enid Harlow|
|Editor||: Strategic Book Publishing|
Good to Her is a historical literary novel set against the backdrop of the famous New York City restaurant, Dinty Moore's, which stood at the corner of 46th Street just off Broadway for some 50 years. Enlivened by the irascible character of the restaurant's real-life proprietor, James "Dinty" Moore, the novel takes readers back to the days of Prohibition and the police raids foisted on Moore's establishment, often resulting in his compulsory appearance in court. The novel moves forward through 1964, exploring the changing political and social life of the times, and focusing on the marriage of Nate Neumann, a successful New York City businessman, and Sallie, his much younger wife. Having fled the confines of small-town Indiana, Sallie comes to New York with dreams of becoming an actress. She meets Nate in Dinty Moore's. Sallie is 20 and fresh off the farm. Nate is 46 and instantly smitten. The story is brightened by appearances or references to celebrities who frequent the place such as Walter Winchell, Lauren Bacall, and Humphrey Bogart.
|Author||: Rodman Philbrick|
|Editor||: Usborne Publishing Ltd|
Max is used to being called Stupid. And he is used to everyone being scared of him. On account of his size and looking like his dad. Kevin is used to being called Dwarf. On account of his size and being some cripple kid. But greatness comes in all sizes, and together Max and Kevin become Freak The Mighty and walk high above the world. An inspiring, heartbreaking, multi-award winning international bestseller.