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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Romance, Fantasy & Futuristic, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Paranormal
A 2013 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Quarter-Finalist.
The Paranormal Romance Guild say – “Georgiana Derwent has managed to merge the world of Oxford University, with its rich history and very British traditions with a totally entertaining and plausible vampire story. This is going to be a favourite series.”
A Tale of the Posh, the Privileged and the Paranormal…
The Cavaliers are the most elite society at Oxford University – rich, powerful, and beautiful. No one realises that they are no ordinary students, but a group of aristocratic vampires from the English Civil War. For four hundred years they have groomed the most promising students to run the government, police, and finance in the way the vampires wish, granting them eternal life in return for absolute obedience.
When Harriet French arrives at Oxford University from her working class northern state school, she’s prepared for a culture shock, but not to become embroiled in the Cavaliers’ scheming and bloodlust. Harriet thought she’d be busy enough juggling her demanding tutor, new friends, and the murky world of student politics. But now, she must find the rebel vampire who is killing off the members, stop the Cavaliers from orchestrating a massacre of the year’s most beautiful and successful students, and defy the Society to be with the man of her dreams.
Oxford Blood is a British, adult, paranormal romance. It’s a tale with vampires that aren’t afraid to kill and a heroine who’s not afraid of sex or her own ambition.
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Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs, Specific Groups, Crime & Criminals, Criminals
I n the freewheeling ’70s, La Mesa Penitentiary was a prison unlike any other, a colorful little pueblo on the east side of Tijuana that was home to the worst criminals imaginable–and their entire families. Everything was controlled by the inmates, and the world they created was a bizarre reflection of the one they’d left behind:
There was a bustling business district complete with stores and restaurants, a prison laundry staffed by transvestite hookers and a babysitting service run by a schizophrenic murderer. Weekend fiestas brought drunken partiers to the prison, along with masked wrestlers and strolling mariachis. La Mesa at the time was both a deadly powder keg and a nonstop party, a temple of vice where the inmates had better guns than the guards–a place where anything could happen.
“Locked Up In La Mesa” is the true story of Steve Peterson, a young California surfer dude caught smuggling pot in the hills outside Tijuana. In thirty-four short stories of black humor and bittersweet humanity, Steve, together with writer Eldon Asp, recalls his hilarious adventures and scary close calls inside the most notorious prison in Mexico…
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Genre(s): Cookbooks Food & Wine, Baking, Cookies
1 50 Easy Cookie Recipes – Quick and Delicious
Warm from the oven and just waiting to accompany a glass of cold milk or a cup of steaming cocoa, nothing smells better than the aroma of freshly baked cookies. With Cookie Indulgence, you’ll never run short on inspiration for quick and delicious cookies, bars and frostings to welcome friends and family home or to give as tasty gifts.
Browse through the pages of Cookie Indulgence to find just the right treat. With 150 favorites from Chocolate Chip or Oatmeal cookies to No-bake, Refrigerator and Christmas cookies, there is sure to be a recipe that will please even the most rigorous taste test your family can muster.
If you’re looking for something unique, make sure to check out the Unusually Odd cookie section for recipes with ingredients you won’t find on the average baking supply shelf. Find cookies like Black Bean Brownies, Chinese Noodle Cookies, Potato Chip Cookies and Breakfast Bacon Cookies, among others.
- Fruit Cookies
- Oatmeal Cookies
- Chocolate Chip Cookies
- No-Bake Cookies
- Nut Cookies
- Peanut Butter Cookies
- Refrigerator Cookies
- Sugar Cookies
- Unusually Odd Cookies
- Christmas Cookies
- Ginger Cookies
- Bar Cookies
- Cookie Frostings
So, sit back and relax with a good cookie while you scan the recipes and tips. Your next cookie baking session is sure to please everyone with goodies for gift giving, church bake sales or snacks for your family.
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Genre(s): Health Fitness & Dieting, Diets & Weight Loss, Other Diets, Weight Loss, Diets, Weight Maintenance
“ 100 Under 500 Calorie Meals” is a collection of 100 easy-to-make, nutrient-rich, delicious, calorie-counted recipes which can be mixed and matched to give you a satisfying meal of 500 calories or less.
100 Under 500 Calorie Meals is perfect for anyone embarking on a weight-loss plan, calorie-counted diet or those just looking to eat more healthily.
Each recipe is calorie-counted, so it is easy to keep track of calories and to combine recipes for the perfect main meal. The main meal recipes also include tips on what sides to serve them with and how many calories these add. If you want a lighter lunch then simply combine a salad and soup, or a salad and dessert. Those with a sweet tooth will enjoy the nice (but not naughty!) desserts of 200 calories or less.
This book will support you with your weight loss goals and help you follow a healthy eating plan without compromising on taste and variety.
100 Under 500 Calorie Meals includes hearty soups, salads, main meals, poultry, fish and shellfish, meat and vegetarian, sides, 200 calorie (or less) desserts and reduced calorie Holiday menus.
The perfect companion book to “Easy Alternate Day Fasting: Fast and Feast Your Way to a New You” (by Beth Christian) or any calorie controlled diet.
BONUS: Contains tips written by Beth to help you really achieve the healthy life you want.
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Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs, Historical, History, Europe, Ukraine
W elcome to the world of collapsing Communism. It is the eve of the fall of the Berlin Wall when people are still willing to risk all to cross the Iron Curtain to the West. In this adventure-packed memoir Susan Viets, a student turned journalist, arrives in Communist Hungary in 1988 and begins reporting for the Guardian, not at all prepared for what lies ahead. She helps East Germans escape to the West at a picnic, moves to the Soviet Union where she battles authorities for accreditation as the first foreign journalist in Ukraine and then watches, amazed, as the entire political system collapses. Lured by new travel opportunities, Viets shops her way across Central Asia, stumbling into a tank attack in Tajikistan and the start of the Tajik civil war.
“Picnic at the Iron Curtain” shows every day people at the centre of dramatic events from Budapest to Bishkek and Chernobyl to Chechnya. It is a memoir that spans a period of momentous historical change from 1988-1998, following through with an eyewitness account of Ukraine’s Orange Revolution in 2004.
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