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Too Young To Die Chris Bristow English Racer

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Chris Bristow was a promising English racer who died very young while attempting to pass Willy Mairesse's Ferrari at Spa-Francorchamps during the Belgian Grand Prix of 1960. In doing so he took a line that caused him to veer off the circuit a

The Chris Bellows' Collection

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Collared & Leashed The unsuspecting subordinate male, Willie, is talked into playing a cuddly canine at a party, entertainment for a girl allergic to the real thing. Little does he know how far Lenore, who hires him for the role, and her Femal

The Chris Bellows' Collection

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Collared & Leashed The unsuspecting subordinate male, Willie, is talked into playing a cuddly canine at a party, entertainment for a girl allergic to the real thing. Little does he know how far Lenore, who hires him for the role, and her Femal

The Chris Bellows' Collection

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Collared & Leashed The unsuspecting subordinate male, Willie, is talked into playing a cuddly canine at a party, entertainment for a girl allergic to the real thing. Little does he know how far Lenore, who hires him for the role, and her Female Dominant friend Nancy will go to see him turned into their new 'pet'. A mask. body paint. collar and leash. testicles swinging freely, this is no mere doggy outfit! It's not long before Willie becomes an outright toy for the amusement of women with indifference and explicit disdain for the male gender. Yes, 'Willie' the human dog is forced to serve in his special costume as he is walked, disciplined and house broken for the sadistic pleasure of women who enjoy the company of the male. but, of course, only when properly bound. Coerced into this unusual and extreme form of bondage, Willie's faces a dog's life serving as companion and show dog for the Dominant female. Forced chastity, CBT, exhibitionism, torture, castration, extreme psychological control, and unsurpassed humiliation aid in his decent into a world he could never have dreamed up himself. As with all Chris Bellows' stories, lurid acts of female dominance are entwined in a thoughtful, well written story. Great entertainment for the lover of Female Dominant erotica with most unusual twists. Becoming Miss Ashley's Pet, A D/s Divorce Charles Barrington, an ambitious attorney, plots to extract millions from a wealthy young woman. He is bright, yet too impatient to labor in impoverishment while the answer to his quest for financial comfort appears to lie with a client of his firm, Ashley Duval, the heiress to a huge fortune. Barrington romances her and seeks courtship solely for money, eventually marrying the lovely young woman. But unbeknownst Charles, Ms. Duval stays one step ahead of his scheming plot. This seemingly innocent heiress has certain genetic inclinations that cause her to strive for the subjugation of the male.

The Chris Bellows' Collection

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Collared & Leashed The unsuspecting subordinate male, Willie, is talked into playing a cuddly canine at a party, entertainment for a girl allergic to the real thing. Little does he know how far Lenore, who hires him for the role, and her Female Dominant friend Nancy will go to see him turned into their new 'pet'. A mask. body paint. collar and leash. testicles swinging freely, this is no mere doggy outfit! It's not long before Willie becomes an outright toy for the amusement of women with indifference and explicit disdain for the male gender. Yes, 'Willie' the human dog is forced to serve in his special costume as he is walked, disciplined and house broken for the sadistic pleasure of women who enjoy the company of the male. but, of course, only when properly bound. Coerced into this unusual and extreme form of bondage, Willie's faces a dog's life serving as companion and show dog for the Dominant female. Forced chastity, CBT, exhibitionism, torture, castration, extreme psychological control, and unsurpassed humiliation aid in his decent into a world he could never have dreamed up himself. As with all Chris Bellows' stories, lurid acts of female dominance are entwined in a thoughtful, well written story. Great entertainment for the lover of Female Dominant erotica with most unusual twists. Becoming Miss Ashley's Pet, A D/s Divorce Charles Barrington, an ambitious attorney, plots to extract millions from a wealthy young woman. He is bright, yet too impatient to labor in impoverishment while the answer to his quest for financial comfort appears to lie with a client of his firm, Ashley Duval, the heiress to a huge fortune. Barrington romances her and seeks courtship solely for money, eventually marrying the lovely young woman. But unbeknownst Charles, Ms. Duval stays one step ahead of his scheming plot. This seemingly innocent heiress has certain genetic inclinations that cause her to strive for the subjugation of the male.

A Nearly Perfect Season

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The San Francisco 49ers entered the 1984 season determined to erase the memory of their three point loss to the Washington Redskins in the NFC Championship Game the year before. Nineteen games later, they had not only won the Super Bowl, they had redefined NFL history by becoming the first team to win 18 games in a single season. Led by Hall of Fame head coach Bill Walsh and future Hall of Fame players Joe Montana, Ronnie Lott, and Fred Dean, the 1984 San Francisco 49ers finished the season with just one defeat. A Nearly Perfect Season: The Inside Story of the 1984*San Francisco 49ers* chronicles the story of one of the greatest teams in NFL history. Through in-depth research and extensive interviews, Chris Willis details every aspect of this memorable season, from the preseason training camp through Super Bowl XIX. Inside stories from the 49ers are brought to life in colorful detail, including Joe Montana's penchant for stealing teammates' bikes during camp, the players' pre-game superstitions, and what went on in the 49ers' locker room before Super Bowl XIX. In addition, Chris Willis had complete access to Bill Walsh's game plans and meeting tapes, revealing the intense preparation the coach and his staff went through to give their team the greatest chance for success on the field. Featuring original interviews with more than 30 players from the team-including Dwaine Board, Roger Craig, Fred Dean, Keith Fahnhorst, Riki Ellison, Guy McIntyre, and Keena Turner-and interviews with the coaches and the general manager, this book provides a fascinating behind-the-scenes account of a season to remember.

A Nearly Perfect Season

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The San Francisco 49ers entered the 1984 season determined to erase the memory of their three point loss to the Washington Redskins in the NFC Championship Game the year before. Nineteen games later, they had not only won the Super Bowl, they had

Three Silly Monkeys

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This is a fun story about The Three Silly Monkeys, Willy, Dexter, and Trixie.

The Columbus Panhandles

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In 1901 workers at the Panhandle shops of the Pennsylvania Railroad in Columbus, Ohio formed a professional football team called the Columbus Panhandles. The railroad workers, mainly European immigrants, learned the game of football not on college

Three Silly Monkeys

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This is a fun story about The Three Silly Monkeys, Willy, Dexter, and Trixie.

How to Draw The Ten Little Monsters

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This is a simple drawing book for ages 8 and up that shows how to draw the cute characters featured in the Willie and company series of books.

The Little Green Boat

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The Wild Imagination of Willy Nilly is a children's picture book series with an art style that sits somewhere between Western video games and Eastern anime TV shows. It covers the ordinary everyday activities of a little boy calle

Old Leather

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Very little has been documented about the early days of pro football and the pioneers who had a major influence in the history of the NFL. Chris Willis, head of the Research Library at NFL Films, seeks to address this neglect. In this collection o

Bloody Bougainville

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Outnumbered GIs tasked with an impossible defense against a desperate force of Japanese soldiers. A forgotten battle on a hellish island in the Northern Solomons. Sergeant Carver and Able Company are veterans of Guadalcanal. After much-needed rest, they're thrown back into combat with untested recruits. With the help from veterans like Corporal O'Connor, the woodsman from Oregon, and Private Willy, the thug from the city, they must mold the replacements to become the veterans they're trying to replace. The mission is like nothing they've tackled before. They're not meant to take the island, but to defend the six-mile beachhead. It's a bloody and thankless job, in a forgotten corner of the war. The Japanese are slowly starving. They must push the Allies back into the sea at any cost. Their only advantage is superior numbers. The GIs will need a miracle, and even then it may not be enough. Buy Bloody Bougainville, the second book in Chris Glatte's gritty WWII series, today!

Dutch Clark

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In 1963, 17 charter members were inducted into the newly established Pro Football Hall of Fame. Joining the likes of Red Grange, Bronko Nagurski, George Halas, and Sammy Baugh was Detroit Lions quarterback Dutch Clark. A bona fide superstar for th

IAG 150 Years

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This proceedings contains a selection of peer-reviewed papers presented at the IAG Scientific Assembly, Postdam, Germany, 1-6 September, 2013. The scientific sessions were focussed on the definition, implementation and scientific applications of r

Ten Terrific Monsters: A Hidden Item Book

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Join Willie the wolf and the nine other monsters he met in the unemployment line and see all the things they did after they left the line in this hidden item book. Ten Terrific Monsters features over one hundred items to look for in ten different

Dear Santa, Please Come to the 19th Floor

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Willy wants to cheer his best friend, Carlos, up. And what better way to do so than a Christmas visit from Santa Claus himself? But when Santa answers Willy's e-mail pleading with him to visit the 19th floor of their inner-city apartment building,

Walter Lingo, Jim Thorpe, and the Oorang Indians

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At the beginning of the Roaring Twenties the NFL was just a footnote within the landscape of American sports. The early pro game was played on dirt fields by vagabond athletes who would beat up or punch out their opponent for fifty dollars a game. But one team was different than the rest: the Oorang Indians. Comprised entirely of Native Americans and led by star athlete Jim Thorpe, the Oorang Indians were an instant hit in almost every city they visited. In Walter Lingo, Jim Thorpe, and the Oorang Indians: How a Dog Kennel Owner Created the NFL's Most Famous Traveling Team, NFL historian Chris Willis tells the story of this unique and fascinating part of professional football history. In 1922 Walter Lingo, a dog kennel owner from tiny La Rue, Ohio, joined forces with Jim Thorpe, the country's greatest athlete, to create the Oorang Indians. Willis recounts how Lingo used the football team, the star attraction of player-coach Thorpe, and the all Native-American squad to help advertise his kennel and sell dogs, putting the small town of La Rue on the map. With the complete cooperation of the Lingo family and unlimited access to family photos and archives, Walter Lingo, Jim Thorpe, and the Oorang Indians provides an up-close and behind-the-scenes view into the making of this little-known team. It is a remarkable story that will be enjoyed by football fans and historians alike.

The Trail of the Serpent

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Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1837-1915), Victorian England's bestselling woman writer, blends Dickensian humor with chilling suspense in this "exuberantly campy" (Kirkus Reviews) mystery. The novel features Jabez North, a manipulative orphan w
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