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Divorce Nice Try

by Han MeiMoXiang
Publisher: Funstory
Release Date: 2020-05-22
Genre: Fiction
Pages: pages
ISBN 13: 1649350481
ISBN 10: 9781649350480
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As soon as Colonel Qin Jiu returned from a mission, he received the divorce agreement from Xiao Jing. With the divorce agreement in hand, he stormed into Xiao Jing's office. Someone asked Colonel Qin, "Have you left yet?" Colonel Qin smoked a cigarette and said, I want to be quiet.
Suicide in Palestine
Language: en
Pages: 265
Authors: Nadia Taysir Dabbagh
Categories: Martyrdom
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005 - Publisher: C. HURST & CO. PUBLISHERS

"This book is the first anthropological study of suicide in the Arab world today. It discusses the effects of life under Israeli occupation on the mental health of young Palestinians, using selected case studies of men and women who have attempted suicide in the West Bank, above all in the city of Ramallah, but also in Jenin. The book is not about martyrs, or those who gain so much media attention by dying for a 'holy cause'; rather it concerns those who wish to die for entirely private reasons. Contrary to what might be expected, fatal suicide levels in Palestinian society remain low compared with Western norms, despite the many stress factors that have been shown to contribute to suicidal behaviour in the West, including unemployment and social deprivation. In particular, suicide is found to be contrary to the concept of Palestinian identity, of a people under siege for whom resistance is paramount rather than giving in to depression or despair." "Above all, Nadia Dabbagh's findings confirm the importance of what she calls 'the ripple effects of war'. Her research was carried out after the first intifada, during a so-called 'peace-building' period, but it clearly reveals the trauma suffered by Palestinians living in the Occupied Territories. The stories she tells mirror the disillusionment of those who had hoped that their lives would improve once fighting subsided and the Palestinian National Authority had been established." "The book aims to foster an understanding of suicide in the Islamic world more generally, looking at current and historical attitudes to death and self-killing in Islamic and Arab thought. The distinction between suicide and martyrdom is explored in detail, as are current perceptions of these phenomena in the Muslim world."--BOOK JACKET.
Divorce Him, Marry Me
Language: en
Pages: 268
Authors: Darrin Lowery-Smith
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2003-05-01 - Publisher: iUniverse

Derrick is in love with Rose, an older and very married classmate of his. Rose loves her husband who just doesn't look at her like he used to. There is chemistry between Rose and Derrick but Rose refuses to be unfaithful. Her world and faith are shattered when she discovers her husband's own indiscretion. Can an indiscretion ruin a life? Can it lead to murder? This book takes you for a ride as three Chicagoans lives are forever changed by a series of forbidden events. It's about love, betrayal obsession and murder. This book has bestseller written all over it! Darrin Lowery-Smith's fourth project is masterful!
Continental Drift
Language: en
Pages: 288
Authors: Libby Purves
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-03-15 - Publisher: Hachette UK

Sometimes it takes a fresh pair of eyes to see yourselves clearly . . . Henry is a young, hip, radio DJ; Philip is an ex-MP ruined by scandal and disowned by his party; Diana, his long-suffering wife; Marianne's replaced her husband with chocolate eclairs and gin; and Lizzie is battling with illness. When Eva, a naí¿ve and happy Polish backpacker comes into their lives, the values of their comfortable world clash with those of Eastern Europe. And the five English characters find comedy, tragedy and romance unfolding with bewildering speed.
Walking with the Muses
Language: en
Pages: 352
Authors: Pat Cleveland
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-06-14 - Publisher: Simon and Schuster

“Taking her reader through fifty years of fashion from the intersection of the Civil Rights Movement, the disco era's decadence, and the grandeur of Hollywood’s late 70s renaissance, Cleveland provides a glimpse at some of design’s most important moments—and her own personal history.” —Vogue “Pat Cleveland is to fashion what Billie Holiday is to the blues; a muse for all ages.” —Essence “This is a book that is highly recommended on multiple levels for many readers of many ages. You might even remove the fashion quotient and see it as possibly a twentieth century Cinderella tale or just a journey of a young woman in search of her dreams who let nothing stand in her way of achieving her ultimate goals.” —New York Journal of Books Chronicling of the glamorous life and adventures of Pat Cleveland—one of the first black supermodels—this compelling memoir evokes the bohemian lifestyle and creative zeitgeist of 1970s New York City and features some of today’s most prominent names in fashion, art, and entertainment as they were just gaining their creative footage. New York in the sixties and seventies was glamorous and gritty at the same time, a place where people like Warhol, Avedon, and Halston as well as their muses came to pursue their wildest ambitions, and when the well began to run dry they darted off to Paris. Though born on the very fringes of this world, Patricia Cleveland, through a combination of luck, incandescent beauty, and enviable style, soon found herself in the center of all that was creative, bohemian, and elegant. A “walking girl,” a runway fashion model whose inimitable style still turns heads on the runways of New York, Paris, Milan, and Tokyo, Cleveland was in high demand. Ranging from the streets of New York to the jet-set beaches of Mexico, from the designer drawing rooms of Paris to the offices of Vogue, here is Cleveland’s larger-than-life story. One minute she’s in a Harlem tenement making her own clothes and dreaming of something bigger, the next she’s about to walk Halston’s show alongside fellow model Anjelica Huston. One minute she’s partying with Mick Jagger and Jack Nicholson, the next she’s sharing the dance floor next to a man with stark white hair, an artist the world would later know as Warhol. In New York, she struggles to secure her first cover of a major magazine. In Paris, she’s the toast of the town. And through the whirlwind of it all, she is forever in pursuit of love, truth, and beauty in this “riveting, celeb-drenched account of her astonishing life in fashion” (Simon Doonan, author of The Asylum).
The Rustler
Language: en
Pages: 384
Authors: Linda Lael Miller
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-12-04 - Publisher: HQN Books

He survived his past, but this reformed outlaw is falling for a woman hiding secrets of her own… Don’t miss this beloved classic from #1 New York Times bestselling author Linda Lael Miller. Where does an outlaw go when he’s ready to turn straight? For Wyatt Yarbro, reformed rustler and train robber, Stone Creek is his place of redemption. Setting his sights on winning over the lovely Sarah Tamlin provides even more motivation to clean up his act as soon as possible. Men like him don’t usually get women like Sarah, but he’s determined to beat the odds. What he doesn’t know, though, is that Sarah keeps a dark secret behind her prim and proper facade, even as she starts falling for the charming, sexy Wyatt. When a vengeful enemy prepares to unleash havoc on their peaceful town, Wyatt and Sarah will discover that they can’t hide from the past. To win the fight, they must believe in something they never trusted before—the hope of tomorrow. Originally published in 2008
Morgan Wade's Woman
Language: en
Authors: Amii Lorin
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-02-18 - Publisher: Belgrave House

Samantha Denning was determined to stay an independent woman. But when her father’s will was read, she was in for a shock. The will said she would lose her inheritance if she didn’t marry within five months. Her best friend offered sexy Morgan Wade as a groom—and Morgan had ideas of his own about whether this would be a “business arrangement” or the real thing. Contemporary Romance by Amii Lorin; originally published by Dell
No More Loving
Language: en
Pages: 154
Authors: Patricia Robins
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-01-01 - Publisher: Hachette UK

What is love? wondered Kerry. She loved her husband, artist Luke Austin, and for her it was an agony. Patient Steve loved Kerry though, and had done for years, staying faithful to her through all the tempestuous period of her marriage.
Dog Team Scouts
Language: en
Pages: 82
Authors: M. L. Buchman
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2022-05-12 - Publisher: Buchman Bookworks, Inc.

Sometimes being alone and in the lead rocks. Sometimes it doesn’t. US Secret Service Agent Nancy Sturgis and her sniffer-companion labradoodle, Iron, are used to going it alone. Their job? Pre-travel site security for the President. Only Agent Harley Davis, logistics planning, moves out ahead of them. After two years of knowing each other only through field reports, they are thrown together planning a major State visit to Senegal. Except before they truly begin, they’re called to rush off and scout a crisis trip that must happen not within months, but in hours. A heart-warming romantic suspense.
Dancing with Samuel
Language: en
Pages: 313
Authors: John Slade
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2002-09 - Publisher: WOODGATE INTERNATIONAL

A love story about two high school sweethearts who meet again in the northwoods wilderness.
Pulp Classics
Language: en
Pages: 132
Authors: John Betancourt, Robert Leslie Bellem, Lew Merrill
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005-08-01 - Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

The famous "Spicy" pulp magazines of the 1930s and 1940s are among the rarest and most sought-after publications by collectors. The "Spicy" magazines -- which included Spicy Mystery, Spicy Adventure, Spicy Detective, and others -- published a titilating mix of fantasy, horror, mystery, action-adventure, and suspense, punctuated by episodes of torture, sadism, sex, and other risque elements. Although tame by current standards, and sometimes of dubious literary merit, these publications presented tales which thrilled a sensation-hungry audience. Despite the themes and constraints of the market, writers who would later become famous -- including Hugh B. Cave, E. Hoffman Price, Robert Leslie Bellem, and many more -- were frequent contributors. The December 1939 issue of Spicy Adventure Stories includes contributions from Robert Leslie Bellem, Lew Merrill (Victor Rousseau), Hugh Speer, Ken Cooper, Clayton Maxwell, Clark Nelson, and Harley L. Court.
Daughter of the House (Choc Lit)
Language: en
Pages: 200
Authors: Victoria Cornwall
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-04-16 - Publisher: Choc Lit

Captivating tale. Perfect for fans of Poldark, Tracy Rees, Fiona Valpy & Dilly Court. The daughter of the house is often overlooked … Evelyn Pendragon is spirited but lonely, and largely ignored by her parents whose attentions are taken up with her brother, Nicholas: the expected heir to the family’s Cornish estate and the one who will carry on the Pendragon name. Stifled by her aristocratic existence, Evelyn finds companionship in an unlikely place when she befriends Drake Vennor, an apprentice gardener on the estate. But When Evelyn’s life is thrown into turmoil by a tragedy, she realises just how much she has come to rely on Drake. Will family expectations and the burden of the Pendragon name mean she must turn her back on him when she needs him the most?
Language: en
Pages: 494
Authors: Clive Thomas
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-01-12 - Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency

“Thursday’s Child,” aka Peter Tobin – foundling, drover, shearer, horse-breaker, soldier, and pastoralist – travelled far and wide throughout the Australian outback in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. The legacy of his widely scattered seed is gathered up in this tale of fatal misunderstandings, murder, and altruism, spanning the years 1910 to 1974. Like the Peter Tobin memoir “Thursday’s Child” that precedes it, the author gives a respectful nod to history pedants and reminds them this is a work of fiction.