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Complete Mystery Fantasy

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Among the River Pirates

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Thrilling tale of boys on a river boat who encounter pirates. Thrilling reading for younger men; great for the whole family.

The Lost Mine of the Amazon

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The Lost Mine of the Amazon

Henry V

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This widely-studied play is one of the best sellers of the Shakespeare canon. This production is the seventh Shakespeare play in the series undertaken by Naxos AudioBooks in conjunction with Cambridge University Press.

A Mormon in the White House?

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He may be the only Republican who can deny John McCain the nomination, and he may be the only Republican who can stop Hillary Clinton. He's an incredibly successful businessman and a fiscal and social conservative who managed to win the governorship in one of the staunchest Democratic states in America. But Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is also a devout Mormon-so what does that mean for the election of 2008? In the first book on this intriguing candidate, Hugh Hewitt sets out to explain Romney, his faith, and the importance of that debate. Mixing exclusive interviews with the governor and candid conversations with some of the country's leading Christian pastors and shrewdest political observers, this is a riveting look inside the most wide-open battle for the presidency since 1948.

Among the River Pirates

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The shabby old motor boat moved slowly up the river towing an equally shabby old barge. Dilapidated and unpainted as the hull was, the engine was well muffled-suspiciously well muffled-and the disreputable looking craft moved through the water with all the noiseless dignity of a yacht.

The Second Boy Detectives MEGAPACK®

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The Second Boy Detectives MEGAPACK® presents 6 more novels featuring young sleuths - tales of the Banner Boy Scouts, Skippy Dare, the Mystery Boys, and more! Included are: THE BANNER BOY SCOUTS MYSTERY, by George A. Warren YOUNG ATOM DETECTIV

The Boy Detectives MEGAPACK ®: 12 Great Mysteries

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12 tales featuring boy detectives, from Mark Twain's "Tom Sawyer, Dective" to entries in the Mercer Boys, Ken Holt, Hal Keene, and Skippy Dare series, and lots more - over 1,400 pages of great reading! Here are: THE MERCER BOYS AT WOODCREST, by C

Architecture's Odd Couple

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In architectural terms, the twentieth century can be largely summed up with two names: Frank Lloyd Wright and Philip Johnson. Wright (1867-1959) began it with his romantic prairie style; Johnson (1906-2005) brought down the curtain with his spare

This African-American Life

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From 1994 to 2003, Hugh Price served as president and CEO of the National Urban League. During his tenure, he tripled the League's endowment, restructured its board of directors and staff; conceived and launched the League's Campaign for African-American Achievement; established the League's Institute for Opportunity and Equality, and established its headquarters on Wall Street. Price's role at the League was just one aspect of his long and impressive life. In This African-American Life, Price traces his family's forbearers, which include several interesting and historically significant ancestors like Nero Hawley, who fought in the American Revolution and served at Valley Forge under Washington and George Latimer and his wife who escaped from slavery in Virginia stowing away on a boat and traveling to the North as a master and salve. When George was spotted by someone from his past, the effort to return him to his master became one of the earliest fugitive slave cases attracting the involvement of Frederick Douglass and William Lloyd Garrison. Price talks about his protected childhood in the segregated neighborhood near Howard University, his love of baseball, his experiences as one of five brothers in his freshman class at Amherst, where he also played baseball and basketball, his courtship of his wife, and then goes on to detail the varied positions he held during his professional career. Throughout his memoir, Price shows how his background led him to champion education and the creation of opportunity to help others reach the high levels he has been able to achieve during his lifetime.

The Power of Buildings, 1920-1950

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Trained as an architect in the early twentieth century, Hugh Ferriss possessed a vision of form that surpassed the traditional blueprints of his peers-and it showed in his distinctively moody renderings. A master of light and shadow, he managed to capture the spirit of each building with a heightened sense of perspective and design. By the 1920s, he was well on his way to becoming America's greatest architectural draftsman. Ferriss' remarkable style, which influenced generations of builders, is highlighted in this illustrated journey through three decades of American architecture. Accompanied by illuminating text and captions, this collection of sixty of his extraordinary drawings includes: Rockefeller Center, a stunning symbol of modern Art Deco style; California's Shasta Dam, ranked as one of the great civil engineering feats of the world; the Perisphere and Trylon from New York's 1939 World's Fair; Taliesin-in-Arizona, Frank Lloyd Wright's breathtaking winter home; and Denver's Red Rocks Amphitheater, a dramatic structure that incorporates natural elements and rock formations. Plus, there are illustrations of the Empire State Building, the United Nations headquarters, airports, grain elevators, bomb shelters, and more. Architects, draftsmen, and designers of all ages will savor the wonder and imagination in this magnificent volume.

Dross

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According to Wikipedia: "Hugh Stowell Scott (1863? - 1903) was a novelist (under the pseudonym of Henry Seton Merriman). He was an underwriter in Lloyd's, but having a strong literary bent, latterly devoted himself to writing novels, many of which ha

Victoria Wood Encore

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Julie Walters, Alan Rickman, Dora Bryan, Jim Broadbent and Celia Imrie, Hugh Lloyd, and many more join Victoria Wood in this positively bloated bumper collection oozing with songs, sketches, and monologues.

Building Winning Teams

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'Brian has spent his life learning from the best and trying to transfer their talent into his own work and life. This is a remarkable, unique handbook.' STEVE TAPPIN (CEO) & HUGH LLOYD JUKES (DIRECTOR) OF XINFU Brian Noble has led r

Historic Dallas Theatres

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Dallas was the show business capital of Texas and much of the South throughout the 20th century. More than 100 theatres served the city's neighborhoods, and Elm Street once boasted more than 15 vaudeville and movie theatres-second in number to Broadway. The quality of the show houses in Dallas were surpassed by few cities and all major, and most minor, Hollywood studios maintained Dallas offices. Notable names figuring in this history include Margo Jones, "Blind" Lemon Jefferson, Karl Hoblitzelle, Baruch Lumet, Bob Hope, Greer Garson, Linda Darnell, Howard Hughes, Clyde Barrow, Gene Autry, Oliver Stone, Pappy Dolson, Jack Ruby, Lee Harvey Oswald, Nicola Rescigno, Don Henley, and Frank Lloyd Wright.

Historic Homes and Inns of Carmel-by-the-Sea

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Historic Homes and Inns of Carmel-by-the-Sea showcases the creativity, talent, and originality of the town's residents, designers, and builders over a span of 80 years, from the pioneering days of the 1880s through the more contemporary ones of the 1960s. One-of-a-kind creations by top-name architects Frank Lloyd Wright, Julia Morgan, Charles Greene, Albert Farr, Gardner Dailey, Henry Hill, and Mark Mills are featured. The designs by the three most influential people who shaped Carmel-by-the-Sea architecturally in its first half-century are well-represented: M.J. Murphy, who literally built the town, with hundreds of homes and buildings to his credit; Hugh Comstock, who defined it with his storybook cottages that gave the village its fairy-tale charm; and Jon Konigshofer, who modernized it through his trademarked, postwar Hillside House. Throughout its history, Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, has attracted unique, spirited, and sometimes eclectic individuals, and this is reflected in its architecture. In combination with the breathtaking beauty, remarkable scenery, and coastal setting, these historic homes and inns give the village its distinct look and make it unlike any place else.

La arquitectura moderna y sus creadores

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Con mucho el texto más inteligente y agudo escrito sobre arquitectura de los últimos años. Robert Hughes, crítico de The New York Review of Books Ser aceptado no lo es todo. Frank Gehry Y sin embargo, si uno es arquitecto, acepta el reto. Renzo PianoEn este libro Martin Filler ha recopilado y ampliado una serie de artículos publicados en The New York Review of Books en torno no solo a los mejores arquitectos del siglo XX y principios del XXI, sino a los más influyentes, aunque algunos de ellos no hayan favorecido precisamente la causa de la arquitectura moderna en su vertiente más intelectualmente elevada y humanamente sensible. Atento siempre a la función social de la arquitectura, a su sentido cívico e histórico, Filler repasa con una mirada crítica y nada acomodaticia las principales corrientes de los últimos 125 años, analizando sus hallazgos y sus oportunidades perdidas (la reconstrucción de Berlín después de la reunificación de Alemania o el proyecto de la Zona Cero).De Louis Sullivan, el padre del rascacielos, a Santiago Calatrava, destacado exponente de la arquitectura espectáculo, La arquitectura moderna y sus creadores ofrece agudas semblanzas de veinte arquitectos, entre ellos Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Charles y Ray Eames, Philip Johnson, Frank Gehry y Norman Foster. Vidas intensas, ejemplares, arquetípicas, en las que muchas veces los elementos del mito se mezclan con los de la farsa.

La arquitectura moderna y sus creadores

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Con mucho el texto más inteligente y agudo escrito sobre arquitectura de los últimos años. Robert Hughes, crítico de The New York Review of Books Ser aceptado no lo es todo. Frank Gehry Y sin embargo, si uno es arquitecto, acepta el reto. Renzo PianoEn este libro Martin Filler ha recopilado y ampliado una serie de artículos publicados en The New York Review of Books en torno no solo a los mejores arquitectos del siglo XX y principios del XXI, sino a los más influyentes, aunque algunos de ellos no hayan favorecido precisamente la causa de la arquitectura moderna en su vertiente más intelectualmente elevada y humanamente sensible. Atento siempre a la función social de la arquitectura, a su sentido cívico e histórico, Filler repasa con una mirada crítica y nada acomodaticia las principales corrientes de los últimos 125 años, analizando sus hallazgos y sus oportunidades perdidas (la reconstrucción de Berlín después de la reunificación de Alemania o el proyecto de la Zona Cero).De Louis Sullivan, el padre del rascacielos, a Santiago Calatrava, destacado exponente de la arquitectura espectáculo, La arquitectura moderna y sus creadores ofrece agudas semblanzas de veinte arquitectos, entre ellos Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Charles y Ray Eames, Philip Johnson, Frank Gehry y Norman Foster. Vidas intensas, ejemplares, arquetípicas, en las que muchas veces los elementos del mito se mezclan con los de la farsa.
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