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Too Small For A Gate
When Janiece felt the familiar thump of the railroad tracks under her car she knew she was back home. She looked at the forbidding funeral home as she passed and prayed she would be strong enough to handle the new challenges in her life.
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Trade Secrets
The long drive, ghastly weather and her business partner's flu make an inauspicious start to Shazz's sales enterprise. She sets up her silk tie stall at the craft market and waits for the customers to come along, but when they do something inevitably goes wrong. Throughout the day Shazz compiles a mental list of reasons for her lack of sales, but is she missing the point? A short story from our Nibs literary line.
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Tradewind Island
Tradewind Island weaves an ancient people's story into the soul of one contemporary man? Mac Freeman is tired of being stuck with the mundane job of writing obituaries for a Chicago newspaper. In a chance deal, his boss sends him on what Mac thinks is a trip to paradise--Tradewind Island off the coast of Belize. Charged with proving his creative skills by writing a winning documentary on island life, Mac eagerly takes the challenge to climb the company ladder. What he discovers is an ancient sec... more info>>
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Trolley Square
Eve Lamonte is a young woman who is searching for love and connection in all aspects of her life. She is very aware of her peers and how they behave when out in the social scene. Eve analyzes the "in crowd" with a bit of a psychological twist, learning that there are drug addicts, alcoholics, and counterfeit people all around her. She is stifled by this and begins to fall into the same patterns of those around her, only to realize she is different from the everyday popularity contest the social ... more info>>
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Troublemakers
A special new collection of Ellison's short stories, selected especially for this volume by the author, including the newly revised and expanded 6,500 word tale "Never Send to Know for Whom the Lettuce Wilts." In a career spanning more than 50 years, Harlan Ellison has written or edited 75 books, more than 1700 stories, essays, articles and newspaper columns, two dozen teleplays, and a dozen movies. Now, for the first time anywhere, Troublemakers presents a collection of Ellison's classic stor... more info>>
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Twelve Tiny Tales: Photographs and Tales
This book is a lovely woven poetic journey that will be enjoyed by young and old alike. With inspiration of spirit, the author draws out on paper the feelings of emotion boiling up inside children of all ages.
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Twilight Girl (Lesbian Pulp Classic)
From the back cover: Here is the story not of the older, harder type of twilight woman, but of an innocent highschool girl, Lorraine Harris. She is first led into perverse practices by Violet, a pretty blonde carhop. Then, Lorraine is pulled ever more deeply into tainted love by Sassy Gregg, a wealthy seeker of twisted "kicks" -- and by Mavis, wonderful Mavis, who becomes Lorraine's "wife". At the last, Lorraine is the confused victim of her own contaminated passions. This controversial lesb... more info>>
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Ugley Business [Sophie Green Mysteries, Book Two]
Sophie Green, the worst spy the British secret service has ever seen, is back and she's in love--with a car. Book two of the Sophie Green Mysteries. Her best friend is being stalked, and to find out why, Sophie has to solve a murder committed fifteen years ago. Complicating the case is Docherty, whose brooding eyes and Irish accent get Sophie almost as hot as his Aston Martin--and her partner Luke, who may be sexy as hell but has all the interpersonal skills of a speeding bullet. Not that Soph... more info>>
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Ugly Naked People
Rave is concerned about her girlfriend Astrid's rapidly declining weight and health. As Astrid's eating disorder begins to take its toll on the couple's relationship, Rave hopes that a dramatic move on her part will save both Astrid and the future they could have together.
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Under the Same Sky
Olivia Atwell was born and raised in the quaint but prestigious town of Newburyport, Massachusetts. Her childhood was dull and mundane until she met Emmett Stanton, a neighbor boy of the same age. From age five until college, the two are best friends. While Olivia journeys to Haiti to assist in a shelter, Emmett aims toward climbing the political ladder. A twist of fate changes these childhood friends' lives forever, and both of them learn the lesson of a lifetime.
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Unlike Others (Classic Lesbian Pulp)
Jo works for the publisher of a small magazine. She is very good at what she does and enjoys the challenges that come with her job. Jo is not looking for love, having just ended a relationship with Karen who used her and cheated on her. No, Jo is going to focus on her work and stay away from women? until she meets Betsy at work. She is surprised to be so strongly attracted to Betsy, but resolves to stay away from her. Betsy appears to be straight and has begun dating their boss, Stan. Feeli... more info>>
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Unraveled
A repressed Millicent becomes acquainted with her quirky neighbors, discovers her husband's infidelities and contemplates an affair with a younger man while the planets Uranus and Pluto seemingly have their own agenda.
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Unrequited
Aaron Edgeway lives in a ramshackle house in a provincial English town with his sick and abusive father. When he meets Victor, their romance quickly becomes an escape from the dreary prospects of his life. An escape that, unbeknownst to Victor, Aaron will do almost anything to protect. Aaron has secrets: a scandalous videotape unwittingly recorded at a drug dealer's party, and the unwanted affections of Alex Clay, his unruly best friend. Alex tries to free Aaron from blackmail and harassment, bu... more info>>
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Upon a Crazy Horse
When Jack Brannigan whacked a stump with his knee, lost his breakfast down the horse's front leg and bruised his manhood on the saddle horn, all on the first morning of the ride, he knew the venture would play hell with his sense of humor. Without thinking twice, maybe not even once, he had ignored the elements of endurance warning in the brochure and flew to New Mexico for a week-long, 135-mile horseback ride. On twenty-two horses and a mule named Molly, the riders would chase the ghost of Bill... more info>>
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Vampire Dreamspell
Sink your teeth into thirteen vampire tales: And The Winner Is by Norma Lehr; For the Sake of Art by Frank Zafiro; Redneck Country by John Richters; Turnabout by John Richters; A Slice of Undeath by John Richters; Paint the Town by Sherry King; Dream Collector by Linda Houle; Vampires in Valhalla by Neal Levin and Darren Pearce; Dracula's Press Conference by Jeff Nicholas; A Vampire in Marlon By Neal Levin and Darren Pearce; Last of the Line by David Fingerman; The Visitor by Lisa Rene' Smith; T... more info>>
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Vessels of Honor
Everyone dreams of an idyllic life with fulfilling work and quiet retirement. This is exactly what the Reverend John Leffingwell expected, but his world is turned upside-down when his son is diagnosed with AIDS. The emotional and financial drain of his son's illness leads Rev. Leffingwell to a poor neighborhood in Seattle, where he finds crime, devastation and, most importantly, himself.
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Vienna Pride: A Chesapeake Heritage Novel
By Terry L. White Mary Elliott can't understand why her parents don't want her to work at the Vienna Pride cannery, but the place holds a dark secret. Cannery girls have poor reputations, but that isn't the worst thing -- someone is taking the Vienna Pride girls and killing them in gruesome ways. Mary hates the cannery, but circumstances throw her into the heart of a dark mystery. Can she survive a reality worse than her most frightening nightmare? Will she live to return to the safety of her ... more info>>
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Visions of a Golden Age
Visions of a Golden Age is a synthesis of spiritual, mythological, and historical research about the myth of a primal edenic Golden Age, an age of peace and prosperity that once existed upon this planet, and is prophesized to manifest again. The book is divided into two parts. Part One: Visions of a Golden Age, recounts the author's spiritual experiences and research that led him to discover how divine extra-terrestrial beings known as the Holy Watchers of Heaven, came to earth and created a pla... more info>>
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Visions of a Lost Girl
THERE IS confusion here in this mountain place, all because of a girl I lost over twenty years ago. She was buried in memory for so long I thought she would never reappear, but she has, and I must try to put her into focus. Especially now, now that I'm happy and married to the dream I had all my life. The lost girl came back to me in the form of a phone call, then took on further flesh in a letter, and I saw her once, a few months ago, so that she became suddenly real again, suddenly confusing. ... more info>>
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Wake of the Whale: A Tale of the Pacific Coast
The narcotics underworld of the 70s was a deadly place, even for a man named Lucky. Beneath the shallow surface of glitz and glamour lay the dark depths of life against the law. In limbo somewhere between the hippie age and the selfish 80's, a band of castaways tries to keep alive a dream of freedom and friendship. As they sail the west coast, smuggling drugs aboard an old schooner, they begin to share powerful night-time visions. As Lucky describes it, "It felt to me as if each night after we a... more info>>
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Wake Up, Stupid
Originally written in 1959, this is the hilariously explosive account of Youngdahl, a novelist, playwright, ex-Mormon, and father of seven. He is a frenzied man who is beginning a letter-writing campaign to escape his curiously ironic situation, and of course, his profession. Along with Abner Klang, his not-so-literary agent who seems to have misplaced the "f" key on his typewriter, Youngdahl joins forces with a Mormon bishop, a TV adapter, and a prizefighter, among others, to spearhead a comic ... more info>>
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War in the Land of Cain
In this compelling story of love, war, and hard choices set during the brutal Afghan-Soviet conflict of the 1980's, American journalist Elizabeth Owen dares to go where few men and virtually no women have gone before: into the war zone of remote and forbidding Afghanistan. Her journalistic objectivity is challenged by her feelings for Yusuf, an American-trained doctor working with the Mujahedeen. In the land where legend says Cain fled after killing Abel, Elizabeth witnesses the rending of Afgha... more info>>
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Waterfront Fists and Others: The Collected Fight Stories of Robert E. Howard
It is impossible to ignore the sheer number of boxing stories that Robert E. Howard wrote. Serious or funny, spooky or adventurous, these stories represent a fierce creative outburst that would pave the way later for his western hero, Breckenridge Elkins. In these stories we see Howard's craft pushed from mere construction to passionate involvement. He took all of his interests and peppered them through the various boxing stories. He wrote them faster than the magazine could print them. Clearly,... more info>>
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Wearing Big Girl Panties
Jisset March is a temperamental, talk show host. Her viewing audience consists of women who are lonely and single. Bachelor Shard Ellis appears on her show and puts her head in a mystical tail spin. Shard is obsessed by Jisset's sensuality and her take charge nature. Little does he know that trembling beneath the gorgeous wig and phony accent, a spineless introvert hides. Jisset March really doesn't exist, but Susan Chell does.
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West Wandering Wind
With a six-gun in his holster and a Bowie knife in his boot, Judge Roy Bean leaves Mexico on the Spanish Trail heading for California in search of a woman and buried gold. But which one is he more willing to fight for? The American Frontier promises adventure for Bean, but not without the threat of trouble. Without a shadow of fear, Bean proves to be unlike any other cowboy that the Comanches of the Southwest have ever seen or will see again.
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