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New York, NY, U.S.A.: Silhouette, 1989. Mass Market Paperback. Good. New York, NY, U.S.A.: Silhouette, 1989. Good. New York, NY, U.S.A.: Silhouette, 1989. Good. # 294 in the series, HAUNTED BY A MEMORY ... Gabriel Rodriguez had never forgotten _ Rachel Martinez. In the darkness of the night, the memory of their love filled his dreams, stirring his soul and making his body hunger for her touch. But in the daylight he remembered the cruel words that had driven her away, and he longed to find a way to earn her forgiveness .. Rachel had spent five years forgetting Gabriel-or trying to. The last thing she wanted was to let him back into her life-or her heart. But Gabriel wasn't the sort of man to take no for an answer, and before long Rachel found herself with no choice but to say yes to the only man she'd ever loved. The boss wanted to see her. RacheI-scrutinized the message slip. As far as she knew, she'd done nothing to deserve a pat on the back or a blistering tongue-lashing, but she wouldn't be sure until she'd seen Russell Powell. She looked through the open door. Her boss tall, gray-haired and elegant-stood near a massive desk. Another man stood nearby, also tall, also elegant. As Rachel watched, he swept his unbuttoned jacket back and rested his hand on one lean hip, exposing a shoulder holster. Guns were nothing new to Rachel; most of the people who worked for Powell Investigations carried them. Her gaze skipped over it and moved upward. She stared for a moment; then her breathing quickened, and she took an involuntary step forward. The man's head was turned away from her, and all she could see was thick black hair, but he reminded her ... Then the man turned, presenting Rachel with a perfect profile. She gasped and swiftly, without thought, moved away from the door. Gabriel. After all these years. ISBN 0-373-07294-5 <br/><br/>moved <br/><br/>, Silhouette, 1989, USA: Tor Books, 1990. Paperback. Very Good. USA: Tor Books, 1990. Very Good. USA: Tor Books, 1990. Very Good. What's in a Name? "You've got the wrong man," Hagen told him. He pushed the offending hand away and wiped his own on his jeans. "My name is Charlie, Charlie Hagen. If I happen to look like someone you know, there isn't a hell of a lot I can do about that." Frowning, Farrel shook his head. "Bill ... Bill." He repeated the name softly. "If you're still concerned about that business over in Bisbee, put it out of your mind. It's all done with. Forgotten." He grinned. "So there's no need to be calling yourself by any other name:" ''I'm not your damned friend," Hagen said in a low, hard voice. "So just leave me to drink in peace." . Farrel's face was mottled with dark color. "Think you're too good for me now," he said. "Don't want to remember who your real friends are." He lurched forward, his thin fingers closing around Hagen's arm again. "Damn it. I told you to keep away." He shoved Farrel, who went staggering back, while Hagen, in a single, smooth motion, swept the Colt from its holster, raised it, aimed and ... ISBN 0-812-58331-0 <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Tor Books, 1990, U.S.A.: Silhouette, 1991. Mass Market Paperback. Fair. U.S.A.: Silhouette, 1991. Fair. U.S.A.: Silhouette, 1991. Fair. ANGEL FIRST CLASS Nurse Carly McShane couldn't help comparing Danny, or any other toddler, to her own missing son. Maybe if she could just keep herself out of pediatrics, she could save herself painful memories. But ever since this charming little boy-and his dashing uncle-had been admitted, she couldn't seem to tear herself away .... Trace Holden's entire life had changed in an instant. With grief he remembered the discovery that his brother and sister-in-law were dead. Now he and Danny were on their own-with nothing to look forward to but more heartache, unless ... Trace was grateful for gentle, angelic Carly. He knew she would risk anything to help him and Danny even marriage. “early. " His eyes were bright, almost feverish as they gazed into hers. "Trace, what is it?" "Are you still willing to help me keep Danny?" '''Of course I am. Whatever you need-" "Then, will you marry me?" "M-marry-" "Marry me." He stepped inside and closed the door. "And before you call the hospital and send for two big guys in white coats to haul me away, please give me a chance to explain." Stunned, Carly watched him walk across the room. For several moments he gazed at the toes of his boots, as if they might hold the answer to world peace. "I know my proposal came out of left field; but , believe me, I am not stark raving mad, nor am I drunk." When she started to speak, he held up a hand to silence her. "No, wait. I've got to say this before I lose my nerve. When I'm finished, you can ask all the questions you want, or just tell me to get the hell out." ISBN 0-373-07375-5 <br/><br/>MOVED <br/><br/>, Silhouette, 1991, 2009-06-30. VeryGood. No dust jacket., 2009-06-30, BPB Publications, 2008. Softcover. New. Table of Contents 1. What Am I? 2. Machines 3. Numbers 4. Letters and Words 5. A Computer Remembers 6. Can You Count? 7. Can You Add? 8. Can You Read? 9. Can You Draw? 10. Can You Print Words? 11. What Can a Computer Do? 12. Parts of a Computer 13. Make a Computer Puzzle 14. The Keyboards 15. The Number Keys 16. The Letter Keys 17. The Space Bar 18. The Return Key 19. Can You Type? 20. In and Out 21. More Ins and Outs 22. Computer Ins and Outs 23. The Right Order 24. What Happens Next? 25. Find the Mistakes 26. Making Shapes 27. Reading a Chart 28. Making a Chart 29. A Cut ? Out Chart 30. Forward and Back 31. Left and Right 32. The Dragon Game 33. Meet Logo Turtle 34. Making Logo Turtle 35. Moving the Turtle 36. Turn the Turtle 37. Playing Turtle 38. Making a Square 39. Making a Rectangle 40. Making More Shapes 41. Things to Cut Out Printed Pages: 0., BPB Publications, 2008, BPB Publications, 2008. Softcover. New. Table of Contents 1. What Am I? 2. Machines 3. Numbers 4. Letters and Words 5. A Computer Remembers 6. Can You Count? 7. Can You Add? 8. Can You Read? 9. Can You Draw? 10. Can You Print Words? 11. What Can a Computer Do? 12. Parts of a Computer 13. Make a Computer Puzzle 14. The Keyboards 15. The Number Keys 16. The Letter Keys 17. The Space Bar 18. The Return Key 19. Can You Type? 20. In and Out 21. More Ins and Outs 22. Computer Ins and Outs 23. The Right Order 24. What Happens Next? 25. Find the Mistakes 26. Making Shapes 27. Reading a Chart 28. Making a Chart 29. A Cut ? Out Chart 30. Forward and Back 31. Left and Right 32. The Dragon Game 33. Meet Logo Turtle 34. Making Logo Turtle 35. Moving the Turtle 36. Turn the Turtle 37. Playing Turtle 38. Making a Square 39. Making a Rectangle 40. Making More Shapes 41. Things to Cut Out Printed Pages: 0., BPB Publications, 2008, Routledge. Used - Good. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside., Routledge, Paradigm Publishers. Used - Very Good. Ships from Reno, NV. Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!, Paradigm Publishers, Paradigm Publishers. Used - Very Good. Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear., Paradigm Publishers, New York, New York, U.S.A.: Mira Books, 2000. Paperback. Very Good. I am the reporter at the Castleford Herald-American who argues the most with our editor, which means said editor has more or less assigned Crazy Pete Sa­batino and his conspiracy theories permanently to me. "And you know those kids on the milk cartons?" Pete is whispering as he leans forward in my cubicle at the paper. "You mean the missing children?" "Yes," he answers solemnly. "They're taking them. The Masons are." The linchpin of Pete's conspiracy theory is that George Bush and six other Masons secretly rule the world. I must confess, this theory does not frighten me the way it's supposed to, no doubt because I am White Anglo-Saxon Protestant myself, descended from a long line of New England Republicans. (Though it should be noted that my voting record sometimes wildly strays from ancestral patterns.) "The Masons are taking the children to the aliens for genetic research," Pete continues. "Remember the alien vortex I told you about?" "In Long Island, near the Brook Haven labs," I say patiently. "Where you said we shot down the TWA flight because we were shooting at an alien ship coming into the vortex." "Right. That's where they're taking the children." ISBN 1-55166-581-6 01-07-18, Mira Books, 2000, New York, New York, U.S.A.: Warner Books, Incorporated, 1982. Paperback. Very Good. Book Description You remember Norman Bates-the shy motel manager with the fatal mother fixation. Now, years after his bout of butchery that horrified the world, Norman is at large again, breaking free from the psycho ward, cutting a shocking swath of blood all the way to Hollywood-where, so it happens, they are making a movie about Norman's life and crimes. A movie that suddenly and terrifyingly becomes a lot like real life.... PSYCHO Victim For a moment it seemed to Sister Cupertine that the blurred, bending figure beside her resembled some sort of bird-a bird of prey. But only for a moment. Then the figure straightened and turned, just as the lightning came. In its glare Sister Cupertine saw the contorted face be­neath the coif and the upraised hand holding the gleaming tire iron as it swung forward. She never heard the thunder .... ISBN 0446-90804-5 07-13-17, Warner Books, Incorporated, 1982, New York, New York: Harlequin Books, 1994. Paperback. Good. How could she face him? Asked to Australia by her brother, Dr. Richard Blair and his wife Kate, Christy Blair had settled happily to running Corrook's pharmacy, and all of them were looking forward to the birth of Richard and Kate's first child. But soon a medical locum would be needed for Kate's maternity leave, and Christy was appalled to discover that Richard had invited Dr. Adam McCormack to work with him. Adam was the man Christy had foolishly loved five years ago, only to discover he was married. There had been nothing between them, and he probably wouldn't remember the girl she had been, but, even if he did, she must be sure their relationship was strictly professional.. .. ISBN 0-373-17227-3 01-08-17, Harlequin Books, 1994, New York, NY, U.S.A.: Silhouette, 1996. Paperback. Very Good. Chase watched as the mayor brought forward the pretty blond woman. He stared dumbly down at her upturned face. "Go on, Linese, give your husband a proper reception," the mayor urged. ''Welcome home--Chase." She rose on tiptoe and touched her soft lips to the side of his face in a self-conscious greeting. His heart slammed against his rib cage. Linese. This was Linese. This was his wife. God, she was beautiful, and younger than his own twenty-one years, if he had his guess. She was the very image of what every soldier wished he had waiting for him at home. Chase swallowed hard and beseeched God to let him remember her, but nothing happened. He remembered nothing about her. He was doomed to play out this charade in a life he could not recollect. And this poor woman, who had done nothing to deserve this kind of punishment, was condemned to play it out with him. ISBN 0-373-28948-0 12-18-16, Silhouette, 1996, New York, NY, U.S.A.: Harlequin Books, 1998. Paperback. Very Good. HER NAME IS ANNA AND SHE'S PREGNANT...That's all she knows, all the doctors can tell her. Anna was in an accident, and when she regains consciousness, she has no memory of who she is or where she came from. She has no idea who the father of her baby might be., Jason Whitaker sees the broadcast appeal and comes forward to identify her. This is Anna Hayden. The woman he still loves. The woman who rejected him three months ago. The woman who can't remember him-and is now pregnant. Two months pregnant. ISBN 0-373-70784-3 12-14-16, Harlequin Books, 1998, New York, New York, U.S.A.: Warner Books, Incorporated, 1982. Paperback. Very Good. Book Description You remember Norman Bates-the shy motel manager with the fatal mother fixation. Now, years after his bout of butchery that horrified the world, Norman is at large again, breaking free from the psycho ward, cutting a shocking swath of blood all the way to Hollywood-where, so it happens, they are making a movie about Norman's life and crimes. A movie that suddenly and terrifyingly becomes a lot like real life.... PSYCHO Victim For a moment it seemed to Sister Cupertine that the blurred, bending figure beside her resembled some sort of bird-a bird of prey. But only for a moment. Then the figure straightened and turned, just as the lightning came. In its glare Sister Cupertine saw the contorted face be­neath the coif and the upraised hand holding the gleaming tire iron as it swung forward. She never heard the thunder .... ISBN 0446-90804-5 01-25-18, Warner Books, Incorporated, 1982, New York, New York, U.S.A.: Mira Books, 2000. Paperback. Very Good. I am the reporter at the Castleford Herald-American who argues the most with our editor, which means said editor has more or less assigned Crazy Pete Sa­batino and his conspiracy theories permanently to me. "And you know those kids on the milk cartons?" Pete is whispering as he leans forward in my cubicle at the paper. "You mean the missing children?" "Yes," he answers solemnly. "They're taking them. The Masons are." The linchpin of Pete's conspiracy theory is that George Bush and six other Masons secretly rule the world. I must confess, this theory does not frighten me the way it's supposed to, no doubt because I am White Anglo-Saxon Protestant myself, descended from a long line of New England Republicans. (Though it should be noted that my voting record sometimes wildly strays from ancestral patterns.) "The Masons are taking the children to the aliens for genetic research," Pete continues. "Remember the alien vortex I told you about?" "In Long Island, near the Brook Haven labs," I say patiently. "Where you said we shot down the TWA flight because we were shooting at an alien ship coming into the vortex." "Right. That's where they're taking the children." ISBN 1-55166-581-6 02-14-18, Mira Books, 2000, USA: St. Martin's Press, 1998. Mass Market Paper. Very Good. USA: St. Martin's Press, 1998. Very Good. USA: St. Martin's Press, 1998. Very Good. For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world ... Ephesians 6: 12 DURING ONE OF the fiercest windstorms he could remember, Merrick Chapman found himself driving down Katie's street. Startled and dismayed, he pulled over in a dark stretch between streetlights. Overhead, bare branches thumped and clawed each other in the wind. One of them cracked loose and plunged through his headlights to the street, tumbling away in the gale. Worried, he pulled forward. He'd just drive by, make sure the wind hadn't punched out one of her windows or speared her roof with a dead limb from that old oak out back. As he drew even with her house, Merrick doused his headlights. The branches writhing around the streetlight cast a snarled net of shadows over her small front yard. Like most lots in Georgetown, hers was deep and narrow; the house, · an ivy­ covered brick Colonial, huddled close to its neighbors. ISBN 0-312-95668-1 <br/><br/> <br/><br/>03-15-16, St. Martin's Press, 1998, USA: Leisure Books, 1999. Mass Market Paper. Very Good. USA: Leisure Books, 1999. Very Good. USA: Leisure Books, 1999. Very Good. MAKING MAGIC “The key to this trick is the transfer of the bullet from your mouth to mine-it must be seamless and natural." Marc stepped closer to Salome, and his breath ruffled the tendrils of hair that fell about her face. She put her hand on his chest, keeping him from getting any closer. His heart pounded beneath her fingers, and she wondered at the strength and fury of it. If he kept talking and looking at her like this, she feared the magician would mesmerize her. “Fine, Marc. We'll practice the kiss. But only once. I have kissed before, and don't believe it requires much rehearsal." Trying to still her own heart, which had suddenly started racing. Salome slid the bullet into her mouth. It felt cold on her tongue. Best to get this over with. Leaning forward, she closed her eyes. Marc gently grasped her by the shoulders and pulled her close. His strong, full lips pressed against hers. This soft kiss was a lovely sensation-even thrilling-but then she remembered she'd have to open her mouth. How else to pass the bullet to him? She knew she shouldn't, but still, her mouth opened. She felt him push the bullet to the side of her mouth as his tongue danced about hers. She moaned in protest-at least she thought it was protest-but still she didn't break away. Instead, she opened her mouth wide, molding her mouth to fit his; it was soft, tender, exquisite. ISBN 0-8439-4541-9 <br/><br/> <br/><br/>03-25-16, Leisure Books, 1999, New Delhi, India: IndiaInk/Roli Books The sun rose in a streak of red over the hills. It looked as though the land beyond was bleeding to death, especially when the red spread to the lake of the moon and the waters rippled in red rivulets backwards and forwards, backwards and forwards. Later, Chinku was to remember that day in all its details, first the red sky, then the pointing fingers of the hills, and then the black shadow of the first of the raiders. Dragged by her father from the verandah and hidden in a rabbit hole, Chinku hears sounds of attack and realizes that a strange and deadly foe has been sent to attack her village - the Shadow Armies of the King of Kalabash. In this world of turmoil and helplessness, she is the only one who can save her village with the help of Matrix Stones and her special friend, the wolfboy. Welcome to the world of Chinku and the wolfboy. A fantastic place filled with mystery and enchantment. Helped by magic and the remarkable people she meets along the way, Chinku finds herself embarking on an adventure that will change her life. Printed Pages: 211.. Softcover. New., IndiaInk/Roli Books, New York, New York, U.S.A.: Dodd Mead, 1979. 2nd Printing. Hard Cover. Good/Good. New York, New York, U.S.A.: Dodd Mead, 1979. 2nd Printing. Good/Good. New York, New York, U.S.A.: Dodd Mead, 1979. 2nd Printing. Good/Good. ELEPHANTS CAN REMEMBER Agatha Christie Agatha Christie is at her superb best in this story of a cause celebre, a strange crime of the past that casts a shadow on another generation. At the time, the double suicide of General and Lady Ravenscroft had caused a flurry of headlines, but the case had been satisfactorily dealt with by the police and forgotten by the public. Fifteen years later, to her complete surprise, Mrs. Ariadne Oliver, the novelist, was asked to answer a startling question: had the husband killed the wife or the wife killed the husband? Because the answer concerned her goddaughter Celia Ravenscroft, Mrs. Oliver brought her problem to Hercule Poirot. What should she do? Against his better judgment, the astute little Belgian detective agreed to find the facts of the case. He did not suspect that he himself would be­come involved in the crime because of his interest in two young people who loved each other and wanted to marry. He did not foresee the places he would go, the questions he would ask, the activities in which he would engage, or the depths of tragedy he would plumb .... And the Ravenscroft affair would take Mrs. Oliver on a quest of her own. Hers would be for "elephants," or rather for those remarkable peo­ple who, like elephants, could re­member things that had happened long ago. The memories she was to collect - the bizarre, the sad, the wryly humorous-even the false ones, would give Poi rot a clue to long guarded secrets and to the passions that had played such havoc with the destinies of the innocent as well as the guilty. Agatha Christie's admirers the world over look forward each fall to a new book from the international queen of crime writers. In 1970 Dame Agatha celebrated her eightieth birthday by offering her fans her eightieth novel, PASSENGER TO FRANKFURT, a spell­binding spy story. In 1971 her mys­tery novel NEMESIS was also on every best-seller list for many months. And now her readers will delight in this brilliant new Christie classic, ELEPHANTS CAN REMEMBER. FAMILY BOOKSHELF EDITION Jacket design by J. Caroff DODD, MEAD & COMPANY ISBN 0-396-06742-5 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Dodd Mead, 1979, In the fall of 1997 some of the biggest names in show business filled the Motion Picture Academy theater in Beverly Hills for Hollywood Remembers the Blacklist, a lavish production worthy of an Oscar telecast. In song, film, and live performances by stars such as Billy Crystal, Kevin Spacey, and John Lithgow, the audience relived a time some fifty years before, when, as the story has always been told, courageous writers and actors stood firm against a witch-hunt and blacklist that wrecked lives and destroyed careers. Left untold that night, and ignored in books and films for more than half a century, was a story not so politically correct but vastly more complex and dramatic. In Hollywood Party the complete story finally emerges, backdropped by the great upheavals of our time and with all the elements of a thrillerwrenching plot twists, intrigue, betrayal, violence, corruption, misguided passion, and lost idealism. Using long neglected information from public records, the personal files of key players, and recent revelations from Soviet archives, Kenneth Lloyd Billingsley uncovers the Communist Party's strategic plan for taking control of the movie industry during its golden age, a plan that came perilously close to success. He shows how the Party dominated the politics of the movie industry during the 1930s and 1940s, raising vast sums of money from unwitting liberals and conscripting industry luminaries into supporting Stalinist causes. In riveting detail, the shameful truth unfolds: Communist writers, actors, and directors, wealthy beyond the dreams of most Americans, posture as proletarian wage slaves as they try to influence the content of movies. From the days of the Popular Front through the Nazi-Soviet Pact and beyond World War II, they remain faithful to a regime whose brutality rivaled that of Hitler's Nazis. Their plans for control of the industry a shambles by the mid-1950s, the Party nonetheless succeeded in shaping the popular memory of those days. By chronicling what has been left on the cutting-room floor, from "back story" to aftermath, Hollywood Party changes those perceptions forever. "Mr. Billingsley's book is the best exploration I've seen of the Hollywood blacklist and the Communist Party's role in that conflict. Hollywood Party covers it all with insight, meticulous research, and some wry perceptions." Charlton Heston "For years we've been treated to the left-wing version of the Hollywood blacklist. Now Lloyd Billingsley has provided us with the rest of the story." David Horowitz, author of Radical Son "Now the whole story can be told; the blacklist was never black and white after all, but can only be depicted accurately in shades of gray. From this day forward, no future backstage history of Hollywood can be called complete without taking into account the evidence that Lloyd Billingsley has uncovered." Gary McVey, film curator, former director of the Los Angeles International Film Festival " Hollywood Party is an absolutely captivating achievement." Richard Grenier, columnist and author of Capturing the Culture About the AuthorKenneth Lloyd Billingsley is the editorial director of the Pacific Research Institute in San Francisco. He has served as California correspondent for theSpectator (London) and written for the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Daily News, San Francisco Chronicle, and many other publications. He currently divides his time between Sacramento, the Bay Area, and Southern California., Cincinnati OH: Forward Movement Publications, 1944. 31 pp. Wraps have light wear, tanning on back. Pages are clean with no markings in text. . Soft Cover. Good. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall., Forward Movement Publications, 1944, By Dr. David Kundtz. Condition good, minor wear to cover. Modern life has gotten so complex that our old methods of coping- cramming and excluding- no longer work. It's time for something totally new- "Stopping." Stopping is a simple, straight-forward technique for "doing nothing, as much as possible, for a definite period of time, with the purpose of becoming more awake and remembering who you are" so you can live in a more purposeful and peaceful way. This book is written for hurried, harried people yearning for an uncomplicated method of relief and spiritual renewal., Conari Books, 1998

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According to the author, "stopping" is a simple, straightforward, contemplative system of "doing nothing, as much as possible, for a definite period of time, for the purpose of becoming more awake and remembering who you are" so you can get going again in a more purposeful and centered way. This book shows readers how to achieve stopping, and see the light of grace even in the most hectic of times. 200 pp. Targeted ads.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781573241090
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Publishing year: 1998
Publisher: CONARI PR
208 Pages
Weight: 0,331 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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