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Jaws Author Peter Benchley
ISBN-10 9781447230731
Release 2012-07-05
Pages 336
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It was just another day in the life of a small Atlantic resort until the terror from the deep came to prey on unwary holiday makers. The first sign of trouble – a warning of what was to come – took the form of a young woman's body, or what was left of it, washed up on the long, white stretch of beach . . . A summer of terror has begun. Peter Benchley's Jaws first appeared in 1974. It has sold over twenty million copies around the world, creating a legend that refuses to die – it's never safe to go back in the water . . .


Jaws Author Peter Benchley
ISBN-10 9780345544148
Release 2013
Pages 340
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When three people are killed by a great white shark in three different incidents, the police chief of a Long Island resort town is forced to take action.

Jaws 2

Jaws 2 Author Hank Searls
Release 1978
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Jaws 2 has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Jaws 2 also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Jaws 2 book for free.

Jaws the Revenge

Jaws the Revenge Author Hank Searls
ISBN-10 0425105466
Release 1987-07
Pages 313
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A grieving woman embarks on a dangerous and desperate quest for vengeance after her husband is killed by a marauding great white shark

Jaws 2 The Making of the Hollywood Sequel

Jaws 2  The Making of the Hollywood Sequel Author Michael A. Smith
Release 2018-07-01
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In all the vast and unknown depths of Hollywood - how could there be only one? To celebrate the 40th Anniversary of one of the most popular and influential movie sequels, the updated and expanded edition of Jaws 2: The Making of the Hollywood Sequel contains more facts, more interviews and almost 200 new photos, many never seen before, shared by the cast, crew and fans. Just when you thought it was safe to turn the page again...the story continues!

The Girl of the Sea of Cortez

The Girl of the Sea of Cortez Author Peter Benchley
ISBN-10 9780345544131
Release 2013
Pages 244
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On an island in the Sea of Cortez, a solitary young woman has a special love and understanding for the sea.


Armageddon Author Leon Uris
ISBN-10 9781453225721
Release 2011-09-27
Pages 664
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In Berlin at the end of World War II, an American Army officer bears witness to the aftermath of one historic tragedy and the rise of another Captain Sean O’Sullivan distinguishes himself as a courageous soldier in the closing days of World War II, but what comes next tests his deepest reserves of strength and conviction. Sent to oversee the rebuilding of Berlin, O’Sullivan is exposed to the horrific truths of the Holocaust, a shattered and defeated society, and the new threat of Soviet power as the Iron Curtain begins to shadow the city. When Soviet forces blockade Berlin and the airlift begins, O’Sullivan is faced with profound moral dilemmas in an increasingly complicated world. Armageddon is one of the great fictional portrayals of Europe in the earliest days of the Cold War. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Leon Uris including rare photos from the author’s estate.


Jaws Author Matt Taylor
ISBN-10 1781163022
Release 2012
Pages 312
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Previous ed.: Martha's Vineyard, MA.: Moonrise Media, 2011.

Born Free

Born Free Author Joy Adamson
ISBN-10 0006375871
Release 1991-03-06
Pages 159
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Born Free has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Born Free also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Born Free book for free.

Ten Stories

Ten Stories Author Rudyard Kipling
ISBN-10 9781509858415
Release 2017-09-07
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A special edition of Ten Stories by Rudyard Kipling reissued with a bright retro design to celebrate Pan’s 70th anniversary. This selection of Rudyard Kipling’s short stories features ten of his most brilliant creations – a thrilling mix of mysteries, adventures, science fiction and horror. In these tales of shipwrecks and tidal waves, blackmailers and false kings, hallucinating poets and shell-shocked gardeners, Kipling uses the full force of his creative powers to devastating effect. An entertaining collection from the much loved author of The Jungle Book, and the first book ever published as a Pan paperback.

The Jaws Log

The Jaws Log Author Carl Gottlieb
ISBN-10 9781458720009
Release 2010-10-19
Pages 288
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Winner of 3 Oscars and the highest grossing film of its time, Jaws was a phenomenon, and this is the only book on how 26-year-old Steven Spielberg transformed Peter Benchley's best-selling novel into the classic film it became. Hired by Spielberg as a screenwriter to work with him on the set while the movie was being made, Carl Gottlieb, and actor and writer, was there throughout the production that starred Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, and Richard Dreyfuss. After filming was over, with Spielberg's cooperation, Gottlieb chronicled the extraordinary year-long adventure in The Jaws Log, which was first published in 1975, generating 17 printings and selling more than 2 million copies. This paperback edition includes an introduction by Carl Gottlieb, an introduction by Peter Benchley, and 36 black and white photos.

England Their England

England  Their England Author A. G. Macdonell
ISBN-10 9781473348851
Release 2017-07-18
Pages 245
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In an endeavour to write a book that captures the very essence of Englishness, a young Scot finds himself in 1920s England. To this end, he finds himself in typical English situations and circumstances, including participation in rural sports, international diplomacy, weekend trips to the country, and a village cricket match; all set to the backdrop of a nation going through significant social upheaval. This eloquent and affectionate novel will appeal to those with an interest in English culture and history, and it would make for a charming edition to any collection. Archibald Gordon Macdonell (1895 – 1941) was a Scottish writer, broadcaster, and journalist. Other notable works by this author include: “How Like An Angel” (1934), “The Autobiography of a Cad” (1938), and “Napoleon and his Marshals” (1934). Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author. This book was first published in 1935.

The Geography of Madness

The Geography of Madness Author Frank Bures
ISBN-10 9781612193731
Release 2016-04-26
Pages 256
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Why do some men become convinced—despite what doctors tell them—that their penises have, simply, disappeared. Why do people across the world become convinced that they are cursed to die on a particular date—and then do? Why do people in Malaysia suddenly “run amok”? In The Geography of Madness, acclaimed magazine writer Frank Bures investigates these and other “culture-bound” syndromes, tracing each seemingly baffling phenomenon to its source. It’s a fascinating, and at times rollicking, adventure that takes the reader around the world and deep into the oddities of the human psyche. What Bures uncovers along the way is a poignant and stirring story of the persistence of belief, fear, and hope.

Jurassic Park The Deluxe Novelization Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park  The Deluxe Novelization  Jurassic Park Author Gail Herman
ISBN-10 9780525580706
Release 2018-02
Pages 96
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Dinosaurs walk the earth once again in this story of adventure and danger.

The Lady Vanishes

The Lady Vanishes Author Ethel Lina White
ISBN-10 184262492X
Release 2006
Pages 301
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Iris, an English girl holidaying in the Balkans, becomes friendly with Miss Froy, a middle-aged governess. They return to England on the same train, but when Miss Froy disappears, a doctor tries to persuade Iris that Miss Froy never existed.

The Dam Busters

The Dam Busters Author Paul Brickhill
ISBN-10 9781760555986
Release 2017-09-26
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A special edition of The Dam Busters by Paul Brickhill reissued with a bright retro design to celebrate Pan’s 70th anniversary. On 17 May 1943, nearly 350 million tons of water crashed into the valleys of the Ruhr when the Lancaster bombers of 617 Squadron breached the giant Moehne and Eder Dams with colossal ‘blockbuster’ bombs. The Dam Busters tells the story of the raid and the squadron of fearless airmen who carried it through. Again and again, the crews of 617 Squadron Bomber Command used their flying skills, their tremendous courage and Barnes Wallis’ highly accurate bouncing bombs to deal devastating blows to Nazi Germany. One of the most daring true stories to emerge from the Second World War, Paul Brickhill’s The Dam Busters inspired the famous 1955 film starring Michael Redgrave and Richard Todd.

Read Burn

Read   Burn Author Wilson Neate
ISBN-10 9781908279347
Release 2013-06-01
Pages 432
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(Book). Read & Burn is the first serious, in-depth appraisal of Wire, one of the most influential British bands to emerge during the punk era. If Wire were briefly a punk band, however, it was largely by historical accident. Despite the fact that they had complicated and transformed that category almost before they'd begun, they seem never to have quite escaped the label. Be it punk, post-punk, or art-punk, critics have clung onto the p-word in an attempt to capture the essence of Wire's innovative uniqueness. But their story which honors punk's original yet quickly forgotten commitment to the new is one of constant remaking and remodelling, one that stubbornly resists reduction to a single identity. As a result, the group's projects have always balanced uneasily between artistic endeavour and the need for commercial sustainability, played out against the backdrop of the musicians' perennially complex creative relationships. Tracing Wire's diverse output from 1977 up until the present, Read & Burn seeks to do justice to their highly influential and restlessly inventive body of work by developing a sustained critical account of their shifting approaches. It combines analysis and interpretation with perspective drawn from exclusive interviews with past and present members of the band.