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Fame, fortune, and felony collide in the wake of a super-hot Hollywood vixen's private life and public scandal. Reissue.
Christopher Hill - History - 1982 - 296 pages
Outlines the seventeenth-century social, economic, political, cultural, and religious events and ideas that formed the basis for modern British society and government
Joe Gores - Fiction - 1989 - 319 pages
Hunter Hollis Fletcher stalks human prey-the man who left him for dead--and uncovers a tangle of power, betrayal, and murder that threatens his own life
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Henry James - Fiction - 1989 - 1296 pages
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Thomas Deloney - Literary Criticism - 2007 - 167 pages
In this volume Simon Barker offers Deloney's tale in modern typography, with explanatory notes and an extensive introduction, a detailed account of the sources and influence of ...