Lord Carew's Bride by Mary Balogh

By Mary Balogh

From New York Times bestselling writer Mary Balogh come vintage stories of affection grew to become harmful, set amid the attractiveness of Regency England—a time rife with ardour, betrayal, and intrigue.
Jennifer Winwood has been engaged for 5 years to a guy she hardly ever is familiar with yet believes to be honorable and strong: Lord Lionel Kersey. abruptly, she turns into the quarry of London’s such a lot infamous womanizer, Gabriel Fisher, the Earl of Thornhill. Jennifer has no concept that she is simply a pawn within the long-simmering feud among those headstrong, impossible to resist men—or that she is going to develop into a prize extra important than revenge.
Jennifer’s cousin Samantha Newman is smarting after she too is toyed with through Lord Kersey. in the middle of her heartbreak, she seeks solace from her new good friend, the disabled gardener Hartley Wade. If purely she knew that Hartley is secretly Lord Carew, and that he hides greater than striking wealth: a passionate mystery held deep in his center that simply her love can show.

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Third International Anthology on Paradoxism (paradoxist by Florentin Smarandache

By Florentin Smarandache

The paradoxism is an avant-garde literary and creative flow organize in Nineteen Eighties by means of Florentin Smarandache. It involves abundance of antinomies, contradictions, antitheses, paradoxes. In Nineteen Nineties he promoted new literary phrases, reminiscent of: 1) The Paradoxist Distich, that is a two-line poem such that the second one line contradicts the 1st one, yet either traces shape a unitary which means defining the identify. Examples: PERPETUUM cellular // In a strong / Instability. ENEMY // lets you move / mistaken. 2) The Tautological Distich, that is an it seems that redundant two-line poem, however the 'redundant' strains jointly provide a deeper desiring to the full poem defining (or making reference to) the identify. Examples: AMBITION // while i need anything / i actually wish! PERFECTION // higher / Than greater. three) The Dualistic Distich, that's a two-line poem such that the second one line is the dualistic of the first, yet jointly they outline (or make reference to) the name. Examples: construction // To reside for demise / And die for residing MULTIDISCIPLINARITY // background of artwork / Or the artwork of heritage during this anthology, approximately forty poets from 15 nations are current with paradoxist/tautologic/dualistic distichs.

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Walking with Thoreau: A Literary Guide to the New England by William Howarth

By William Howarth

A Literary consultant to the Mountains of latest England

Commentary through William Howarth

Walking with Thoreau positive factors Henry David Thoreau's writings on 9 New England mountains. William Howarth's illuminating remark, published along Thoreau's textual content, permits the presentday hiker to retrace Thoreau's footsteps up a few of New England's most well-liked mountain locations.

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Hollywood Nocturnes by James Ellroy

By James Ellroy

Dig it. A well-known musician-cum-draft dodger is plotting definitely the right big name snatch–his personal. An ex-con raging on revenge in excessive Darktown turns into a cop's worst nightmare. whereas chasing kidnappers, law enforcement officials hit upon an okie city as bloody because the O.K. Corral. A strongarm for Howard Hughes and mobster Mickey Cohen unearths himself taking part in either ends opposed to the center, involved in a murderously remarkable moll. this is often L.A., Ellroy style–corrupt police officers, goons with weapons, damn roadsters–and all within the staccato rhythm of the streets. Hollywood Nocturnes indicates us the seedy aspect of glamorous Hollywood, laid out like a corpse within the morgue.

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A Gladiator Dies Only Once: The Further Investigations of by Steven Saylor

By Steven Saylor

Steven Saylor's Roma Sub Rosa sequence of novels, set within the later Roman Republic and that includes Gordianus the Finder, has garnered strange acclaim from readers and reviewers alike, constructing him as one of many pre-eminent old secret writers. In A Gladiator Dies in simple terms Once, the second one number of his award-winning tales that includes Gordianus, Saylor greater than meets his personal excessive criteria. Set among the occasions of his novels Roman Blood and Catilina's Riddle, those formerly untold adventures from the early occupation of Gordianus - whilst his followed son, Eco, was once nonetheless a mute boy and his spouse, Bethesda, used to be yet his slave - will pride Saylor's many enthusiasts whereas illuminating information of the traditional global like no different author can.

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