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Goofy Foot

Goofy Foot Author David Daniel
ISBN-10 9781466822054
Release 2004-02-16
Pages 304
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In David Daniel's Goofy Foot, private investigator Alex Rasmussen, embarking on a rather routine search for a missing teenager, finds himself in cold water that couldn't be hotter, as the simple task balloons into a case of murderous surfers and a heart-stopping search for a killer. Kirkus Reviews raves, "The characters are painfully human, the dialogue sharp without being over the top, and the small-town ambience dead-on."



The Marble Kite

The Marble Kite Author David Daniel
ISBN-10 9780312323516
Release 2005-04-01
Pages 293
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Private investigator Alex Rasmussen has loved carnivals since he was a boy, and what better way to enjoy one as a grown man than with a lovely woman at his side? As he and his date stroll along the midway, playing games of chance, the soft September night is torn by a scream. Rasmussen rushes to a nearby field to find a woman's body in the weeds. One of the carnival workers---a man with trouble in his past and a motive for murder---is arrested and charged with the crime. The lawyer hired to defend him retains Rasmussen to investigate. The police are convinced they have a clear-cut case, but as Alex probes, he finds a trail as bewildering as a funhouse mirror maze. An outsider to the close-knit "carnies," and shunned by the police department he once served, Rasmussen faces a client who refuses to talk, gangsters looking to exploit the carnival's troubles, a mob of citizens bent on rough justice, and an elusive killer who seems to anticipate Alex's every move. When the investigation points to crooked cops, the defending lawyer abandons the case. Wisdom says Rasmussen should do likewise, but staying on has become a matter of honor. As a woman tells him, "We all end up in the graveyard, flying the marble kite." The only question now is: When? In the old city of Lowell (once the textile capital of America, now a husk of run-down mills), the streets have never been meaner. Beyond the flickering lights and the bright surfaces lies a shadow world where betrayal, deception, and violent death await.



White Rabbit

White Rabbit Author David Daniel
ISBN-10 9780312304294
Release 2003-03-05
Pages 368
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Assigned to the case of the Death Tripper, a serial murderer who is preying on victims in 1967 San Francisco, homicide inspector John Sparrow teams up with underground writer Amy Cole and ventures into her world of free love, music, and psychedelic drugs.



Rational and Irrational Beliefs

Rational and Irrational Beliefs Author Daniel David
ISBN-10 9780195182231
Release 2009-08-20
Pages 360
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In this work, leading scholars, researchers, and practitioners of rational emotive behaviour therapy (REBT) and other cognitive-behavioural therapies (CBTs) share their perspectives and empirical findings on the nature of rational and irrational beliefs.



Sandbar Sinister

Sandbar Sinister Author Phoebe Atwood Taylor
ISBN-10 OCLC:1011033781
Release 1962
Pages 294
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Sandbar Sinister has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Sandbar Sinister also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Sandbar Sinister book for free.



A Goofy Guide to Penguins

A Goofy Guide to Penguins Author Jean-Luc Coudray
ISBN-10 1935179969
Release 2016-05
Pages 40
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A fantastically goofy series of comic strips about the beloved and stately penguin.



The Skelly Man

The Skelly Man Author David Daniel
ISBN-10 9781250162250
Release 2017-04-04
Pages 200
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Amiable, wisecracking Alex Rasmussen was first introduced--to great acclaim--in The Heaven Stone, which won the PWA/St. Martin's Best First Private Eye Novel Contest, and was also named one of the best mysteries of the year by the Providence Journal-Bulletin. Now ghosts from the past and a murderous Halloween haunt his second case. A former cop gone private, Rasmussen makes a living in the decaying New England mill town of Lowell, Massachusetts. Lowell is also the hometown of Good Night Show host Jerry Corbin, whose career has started to slump in recent years. Corbin and his entourage have come to town to film the pilot episode for a new series designed to boost his sagging star quotient and rescue his ratings. Unfortunately, someone's been sending Corbin hate mail, and an off-the-record investigation is in order. Enter Rasmussen, whose familiarity with TV consists of whatever's on the set in his local bar between sporting events. He's game for the job, though, and soon finds himself one of the insiders in Corbin's camp. Digging into Corbin's life to find out who wants to destroy him, Rasmussen learns that there are old secrets someone wants kept and old grudges someone wants satisfied. Corbin may have been on the fringes of these events, but now he has become the prime target.



The Heaven Stone

The Heaven Stone Author David Daniel
ISBN-10 9781250162267
Release 2017-04-11
Pages 244
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Winner of the 1993 PWA/St. Martin's Press Best First Private Eye Novel contest, The Heaven Stone introduces a fresh voice in author David Daniel and a likable new protagonist in Alex Rasmussen, ex-cop turned private investigator, who is drawn into the world Lowell, Massachusetts's, Cambodian refugee community. The only member of his family to escape the killing fields of Cambodia, Bhuntan Tran wound up in the decaying factory town of Lowell. Working two menial jobs (although he held a Ph.D), Tran was well on his way to achieving the American dream when he was shot, execution-style, in his own home. The police are convinced the killing was drug-related and aren't too concerned with a solution. An attractive Chinese-American social worker refuses to accept so easy an answer and commissions Rasmussen to dig out the real story. Against the background of an industrial town where new immigrants are clashing with the long-settled Yankee population, Rasmussen's investigation opens up not only dark links to the victim's past but old wounds of the detective's own.



Monsters of Men

Monsters of Men Author Patrick Ness
ISBN-10 9780763652111
Release 2010-10-18
Pages 608
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As a world-ending war surges to life around them, Todd and Viola face monstrous decisions, questioning all they have ever known as they try to step back from the darkness and find the best way to achieve peace.



The Voice of New Music

The Voice of New Music Author Tom Johnson
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105042313218
Release 1989
Pages 543
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An anthology of articles on the evolution of minimal music in New York in 1972-1982, which originally appeared in the Village Voice (New York).



Young Cam Jansen and the double beach mystery

Young Cam Jansen and the double beach mystery Author David A. Adler
ISBN-10 0439489180
Release 2003
Pages 30
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Cam uses her photographic memory and her brain to solve two mysteries at the beach, involving a missing mother and a missing set of papers.



Mind the Screen

Mind the Screen Author Jaap Kooijman
ISBN-10 9789089640253
Release 2008
Pages 374
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Mind the Screen pays tribute to the work of the pioneering European film scholar Thomas Elsaesser, author of several volumes on media studies and cinema culture. Covering a full scope of issues arising from the author’s work—from melodrama and mediated memory to avant-garde practices, media archaeology, and the audiovisual archive—this collection elaborates and expands on Elsaesser’s original ideas along the topical lines of cinephilia, the historical imaginary, the contemporary European cinematic experience, YouTube, and images of terrorism and double occupancy, among other topics. Contributions from well-known artists and scholars such as Mieke Bal and Warren Buckland explore a range of media concepts and provide a mirror for the multi-faceted types of screens active in Elsaesser’s work, including the television set, video installation, the digital interface, the mobile phone display, and of course, the hallowed silver screen of our contemporary film culture.



Limiting Outer Space

Limiting Outer Space Author Alexander C.T. Geppert
ISBN-10 1137369159
Release 2018-04-27
Pages 367
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Limiting Outer Space propels the historicization of outer space by focusing on the Post-Apollo period. After the moon landings, disillusionment set in. Outer space, no longer considered the inevitable destination of human expansion, lost much of its popular appeal, cultural significance and political urgency. With the rapid waning of the worldwide Apollo frenzy, the optimism of the Space Age gave way to an era of space fatigue and planetized limits. Bringing together the history of European astroculture and American-Soviet spaceflight with scholarship on the 1970s, this cutting-edge volume examines the reconfiguration of space imaginaries from a multiplicity of disciplinary perspectives. Rather than invoking oft-repeated narratives of Cold War rivalry and an escalating Space Race, Limiting Outer Space breaks new ground by exploring a hitherto underrated and understudied decade, the Post-Apollo period.



Flora and Ulysses

Flora and Ulysses Author Kate DiCamillo
ISBN-10 0606391002
Release 2016-09-13
Pages 256
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It begins, as the best superhero stories do, with a tragic accident that has unexpected consequences. The squirrel never saw the vacuum cleaner coming, but self-described cynic Flora Belle Buckman, who has read every issue of the comic book Terrible



The Brewer s Tale

The Brewer s Tale Author William Bostwick
ISBN-10 0393239144
Release 2014-10
Pages 283
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A writer and avid homebrewer presents the 5,000-year history of beer, from Babylonian temple workers and Nordic shamans to Belgian monks and American patriots, and discusses his own attempts to replicate some ancient brews. 20,000 first printing.



The Pier

The Pier Author Bill Noel
ISBN-10 1440128618
Release 2009-03-10
Pages 236
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Bill Noel’s debut novel, Folly, introduced Chris Landrum and his adventures on the small, quirky island of Folly Beach, South Carolina, where he spent an extended vacation, purchased a retirement home, and solved a murder. In this second installment of A Folly Beach Mystery series, murder and mayhem continue to interfere with Chris’s laid-back retirement plans. Praise for The Pier “Louisville author Bill Noel, himself a seasoned photographer, has followed his debut offering, Folly, with another engaging Folly Beach Mystery. Armed with a gift for creating ultra-quirky yet believable characters, Noel shows how a healthy dose of cynicism—even among untrained, nonprofessional types—can lead to solving a murder mystery that the police had initially decided wasn’t even a homicide.” —Kentucky Monthly “Spend a little time at the Lost Dog Café (“Coffee and a bite”) with Landrum and his troupe of amateur sleuths, and I bet you’ll be glad you made the trip.” —The Voice-Tribune



Summer Doorways

Summer Doorways Author W. S. Merwin
ISBN-10 9781619028142
Release 2015-12-01
Pages 240
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In 1948, twenty-one, already married and graduated from Princeton, W. S. Merwin made his first trip abroad. “Travel from America to Europe became a commonplace, an ordinary commodity, some time ago, but when I first went such departure was still surrounded with an atmosphere of adventure and improvisation, and my youth and inexperience and my all but complete lack of money heightened that vertiginous sensation.” Thus begins his most recent memoir, Summer Doorways. Through his days as a student in seminary school and at Princeton, through the years next spent as a tutor for the children of privilege living abroad, Summer Doorways tells the story of the poet’s youth in the few years before he won the Yale Younger Poets Award in 1952. And it describes life in Europe that was already passing away at the close of the Second World War. He writes, “I would have the luck to discover, to glimpse, to touch for a moment some ancient, measureless way of living, of being in the world, some fabric long taken for granted, never finished yet complete, at once fixed and evanescent as a work of art, an entire age just before it was gone, like a summer.”