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Without Fair Warning by Jacqueline Harvey
The stage, unknown to anyone has always been an Escape for me cause no one knows what I'm talking about. It's Good I get away with it. When I tell the audience how much I love My Galaxy, how I live on the moon and don't want to come back, Yvette knows I have many personalities one moment I'm myself, the next I'm someone else, depending on the feeling of the moment, it's not easy but Yvette can deal with my many facets, she knows how, She's the only one.
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Fair Warning by Robert Olen Butler
The Pulitzer Prize–winning author’s “strange and finally beautiful tale about obsession and modern love” (Beth Kephart, The Baltimore Sun). Fair Warning is acclaimed novelist Robert Olen Butler’s enthralling glimpse into a Manhattan auction house that caters to the shopping pheromones of the rich and powerful. At age forty, the company’s charismatic star employee, Amy Dickerson, is capable of selling a Renoir painting of a pudgy nude for twice its value. Her customers are intoxicated by the objects they covet. And sometimes, such as when the dark and mysterious Trevor locks eyes with Amy as she closes an auction with “fair warning,” that object is Amy herself. Selected as a Book Sense 76 title and as a New York Times Summer Reading title, Fair Warning “is as frank and sassy as its heroine” (Amanda Heller, The Boston Globe). “Fair Warning deserves our praise, but its author also deserves our gratitude, for his continued risk-taking and stubbornly singular sensibility.” —Todd Kliman, The Washington Post
Fair Warning by Mignon G. Eberhart
Trapped in an evil man’s house, a young wife searches for an escape Though she can’t admit it to anyone, the day of her husband’s car accident is one of the best days in Marcia Godden’s short life. After three years of marriage to Ivan, she has seen his darkest side, and now his very footsteps are enough to make her shudder. A guilty thrill goes through her when she hears of his accident, only to be replaced by terror when she learns that her husband is going to live. For four glorious, peaceful weeks, Ivan remains in the hospital. In the relief of this temporary freedom, Marcia confides in her neighbor, cheerful, handsome Robert Copley, and soon falls in love with him. Not long after her husband’s return from the hospital, Marcia finds Ivan stabbed in the chest, and police suspicion falls on her. To save herself from prison, she must prove herself innocent of the murder of the one man she most wanted dead.
Losing You Is Not An Option by Nycole P. Lyles-Belton
From the moment we take our very first breath, we are in the trenches of life. Life comprises of highs and lows that can leave us feeling like we are on top of the mountain with ever-flowing joy or scraping the bottom of the valley with unexplainable agony. The joyous mountainous moments we treasure and are able to quickly transition from with pleasure and ease. On the contrary, the unexplainable moments in the valley stick to us, leaving us wallowing in the valley, wondering if we will ever make it out alive. In Losing You Is Not an Option, Dr. Lyles-Belton delves into real-life issues we battle daily, causing us to hide behind the masks of happiness. The reality of being lost is factual, but if you are willing to get your fight back, you will recover you for good this time.
Hip Hop Is Not Our Enemy by Dr. Kenneth T. Whalum Jr.
It is easy to condemn hip-hop for the condition of our society, but as we condemn our own young people for being who they are, what role do we play in making them who they are, and what do we have to offer them as an alternative to who they are? Hip-Hop Is Not Our Enemy is an insider's critique of the Black church's role and responsibility in co-opting hip-hop culture. It is written by a Black Baptist Pastor who survived a church split that occurred because of his dedication to co-opting hip-hop culture. The final chapter serves as a how-to guide to preparing a sermon that will connect with the hip-hop generation.
The Plague Of Provence by Nina Ansley
A page-turner of colorful intrigue, passion and honor as one mans life interweaves through one of the most interesting times in European history. Compelling, dynamic, action-fi lled story with gorgeous scenes, suspenseful episodes! Certain poignant aspects of the plot-line still haunt me after the read. Pamela Jaye Smith, internationally known story consultant to the Hollywood film industry.