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A Taste of the Nightlife

By Sarah Zettel
  • ISBN Code: : 1101516313
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Pages : 320
  • Category : Fiction
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Charlotte Caine isn't called "the Vampire Chef" because she's a member of New York's undead community-she just cooks for them. Her restaurant, Nightlife, is poised to take the top slot in the world of "haute noir" cuisine. But when a drunk customer causes a scene, a glowing review from the city's top food critic doesn't seem likely-especially when that customer winds up dead on Nightlife's doorstep. Now, with her brother under suspicion for the murder, Charlotte has to re-open her restaurant and clear her brother's name-before they both become dinner.

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Diamond white beaches, countrywide carnivals, and irresistible music: discover why so many have fallen head-over-heels for the DR. Inside Moon Dominican Republic you'll find: Flexible itineraries including the best of the Dominican Republic in 10 days, plus roundups of the best beaches, spots for diving and snorkeling, outdoor adventures, and more Strategic advice for honeymooners, foodies, night owls, and more, whether you're in the DR for a few days or a few weeks The top activities and unique experiences: Don a mask and join in the frenzy of Carnival or dance the night away to live merengue. Visit a cacao plantation or organic coffee farm, snack on fried plantains or a breakfast of mangú, and explore the bustling markets. Stroll along cobblestone streets and admire 16th-century churches, palaces, courthouses, and statues or take a community tour for a deeper understanding of local life Outdoor adventures: Enjoy miles of sand and clear water for sunbathing, swimming, and playing in the waves. Hike to hidden waterfalls or zipline through the forest. Dive to shipwrecks, snorkel alongside spotted eagle rays, or try kitesurfing Ways to respectfully engage with culture from DR-insider Lebawit Lily Girma, from supporting small businesses to exploring ethically and sustainably Full-color photos and detailed maps throughout Thorough background on the landscape, wildlife, history, government, and culture Handy tools including a Spanish phrasebook, health and safety tips, visa information, and advice for LGBTQ, senior, and solo travelers With Moon Dominican Republic's practical advice and local insight, you can find your adventure. Craving more of the Caribbean? Try Moon Bahamas or Moon Aruba.

A Taste of You

By Irene Preston
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  • Publisher : Irene Preston
  • Book Code : 0996809929
  • Total of Pages : 157
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 776
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Hell’s Kitchen has nothing on the flames Giancarlo and Garrett ignite at Restaurant Ransom... Garrett Ransom is America’s hot chef du jour. He has a Michelin-starred restaurant in New York City, a hit reality TV show, and a new man in his bed every week. Yes, he secretly thinks his business partner, Giancarlo “Carlo” Rotolo, is hotter than a ghost pepper, but he would never jeopardize their friendship with a fling. Then Garrett overhears some juicy gossip among the crew and realizes he’ll have to break Giancarlo’s cardinal rule, no banging the staff - for Carlo’s own good, of course. Just a taste of Carlo should be plenty. Long-term relationships aren’t on Garrett’s menu. Giancarlo’s been in love with Garrett forever. He’s sure Garrett will eventually realize they are destined to be more than business partners. But when Garrett installs his latest boyfriend as their new chef d’cuisine and announces plans to leave Carlo in New York while he opens a second restaurant on the west coast, Carlo is forced to re-evaluate his life. Can a high-strung British chef and a nice Italian boy from Brooklyn find the perfect fusion of fine-dining and family-style?

Let Them Eat Stake

By Sarah Zettel
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  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Book Code : 1101579986
  • Total of Pages : 320
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 756
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It's a dream for a "Vampire Chef"-cater the high-profile wedding of a 200-year-old vampire and a wealthy witch. So why did celebrity chef Oscar Simmons walk away from this gig? Charlotte agrees to take his place, even though she knows this event, thrown by power-hungry vampires and witches, could make (or break) her career, her restaurant, and her life. But when Simmons turns up dead, the groom's family starts vanishing, and the police start asking pointed questions, Charlotte fears she may have picked the wrong wedding to stake her reputation on...

Wilkie Collins: A Life of Sensation

By Andrew Lycett
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  • Publisher : Random House
  • Book Code : 144813689X
  • Total of Pages : 560
  • Category : Biography & Autobiography
  • Members : 244
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The definitive biography of Wilkie Collins: the Victorian novelist, playwright, author of The Moonstone and The Woman in White, who lived a life of sensation. Wilkie Collins, author of The Moonstone and The Woman in White, was the master of the Victorian sensation novel, but he also had a complex private life that could have come straight out of one of his bestselling novels. While his books focused on uncovering family secrets, Wilkie was determined to keep his own unconventional domestic arrangements – living with two women, neither of them his wife – hidden from the outside world. In this colourful investigative biography, set against the backdrop of Victorian London, Andrew Lycett brings to life one of England’s greatest writers and reveals a brilliant, contrary and sensual man, deeply committed to his work.

Oppy

By Daniel Oakman
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  • Publisher : Melbourne Books
  • Book Code : 1925556336
  • Total of Pages : 368
  • Category : Biography & Autobiography
  • Members : 663
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There was only one Phar Lap: There is only one 'Oppy' - Courier Mail, 1932. Hubert 'Oppy' Opperman was a sporting icon, a cycling phenomenon whose epic feats of endurance captivated the world. For over two decades, he dominated almost every race he entered and shattered record after record in Australia and Great Britain. In 1928, he led the first Australasian team to ever contest the Tour de France. But Oppy was more than just a champion. During the Great Depression, a time of painful economic and social change, he became a transcendent symbol of Australian fortitude. He became a household name, a legend - as popular as the cricketer Don Bradman and the racehorse Phar Lap. As well as vividly retelling his sporting triumphs, this book is the first to consider the legacy of Opperman's post-cycling career. It explores the emotional pain of his private life, the controversies that dogged his seventeen-year political career including his term as Minister for Immigration in the Menzies Government, and the far-reaching changes he helped bring to Australian immigration policy. This meticulously researched biography gives readers a thrilling insight into the brutal world of professional cycling and an intimate portrait of an extraordinary Australian.

Songs About Boys

By Brian Patrick Davis
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  • Publisher : Archway Publishing
  • Book Code : 1480842532
  • Total of Pages : 368
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 631
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Twenty-four-year-old Sidney McKenna is an aspiring songwriter and hopeless romantic with an appetite for independence. Thanks to his successful parents and a family friend, Sidney has the means to pursue his dream of becoming a force in the competitive, straight, and male-dominated music industry that pumps through the heart of Atlanta, Georgia. Although everyone believes in Sidneys talent and supports his eagerness to continue his journey in such an uncertain industry, he begins to second guess himself when faced with the hip-hop communitys open opposition of the gay lifestyle. As Sidney attempts to prove himself to his peers, he is also challenged with the scrutiny that accompanies life in the public eye as well as an unexpected romance with the power to forever change the course of his life and career. Now it is up to Sidney to navigate through a world filled with highs and lows, taboos, and jealousy in order to attain what he has always wanted. In this urban tale, an aspiring songwriter sets out on a quest to find self-sufficiency, success, and love while pulling back the curtain to expose Atlantas exciting, but fickle music industry.

Chelsea's Cult Heroes

By Leo Moynihan
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  • Publisher : eBook Partnership
  • Book Code : 1909178276
  • Total of Pages : 360
  • Category : Sports & Recreation
  • Members : 206
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Chelsea Cult Heroes recounts the careers of 20 of the club's greatest icons, men who entertained, week in, week out and regularly set fans' pulses racing. Each individual biography analyses each player's career, and examines exactly each player was idolised and how they achieved cult status. Featuring Willy Foulke, George Hilsdon, Hughie Gallacher, Roy Bentley, Eric Parsons, Jimmy Greaves, Bobby Tambling, Ron Harris, Peter Osgood,Charlie Cooke, Alan Hudson, Ray Wilkins, Micky Droy, Joey Jones, Pat Nevin, Kerry Dixon, Dennis Wise, Ruud Gullit, Gianfranco Zola and John Terry.Key features- Part of the popular and successful Cult Heroes series which features a number of football clubs- Features 20 of Chelsea Football Club's most iconic players of all time- Details their careers, their impact on the club and the reasons why they were such cult figures- Includes contemporary and historic images of those legendary figures featured- Written by respected football author Leo Moynihan

By Your Side

By Jason Carrasco
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  • Publisher : Random House Australia
  • Book Code : 0857989588
  • Total of Pages : 320
  • Category : Biography & Autobiography
  • Members : 244
  • Pdf File: by-your-side.pdf

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'I’ll be waiting for you, and when we beat this thing we are going to celebrate.' At 15 Cass Nascimento was so beautiful she left boys tongue-tied. But her beauty was more than skin-deep: she was a sunny, generous, kind force of nature. When Jason Carrasco was diagnosed with fast-spreading cancer at age 18 he feared the worst. Despite a loving family and supportive friends, he couldn’t seem to find the strength needed to survive. Then came Cass. As terrible as Jason’s ordeal was, Cass had already endured far worse, after being diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour at just 16 years old. The way she dealt with her diagnosis and gruelling treatment stunned everyone who came into contact with her the more terrible things got, the brighter Cass’s light shone. Now in remission, Cass knew firsthand how isolating it is to be a teenager whose future has been ripped away, so when she learned about Jason she was determined he would never feel alone again – she would be by his side no matter what. Cass was true to her word, and with her inspiration Jason made it through and was declared cancer-free. But fate had a terrible twist in store. Just as Jason walked into the sunlight Cass’s cancer returned. Now it was his turn to be there for her, hoping against hope that their deepest of bonds and her remarkable optimistic spirit and love for life would be enough to save this special girl.

Governing the World

By Mark Mazower
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  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Book Code : 1101595892
  • Total of Pages : 496
  • Category : Political Science
  • Members : 929
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The story of global cooperation between nations and peoples is a tale of dreamers goading us to find common cause in remedying humanity’s worst problems. But international institutions have also provided a tool for the powers that be to advance their own interests and stamp their imprint on the world. Mark Mazower’s Governing the World tells the epic story of that inevitable and irresolvable tension—the unstable and often surprising alchemy between ideas and power. From the beginning, the willingness of national leaders to cooperate has been spurred by crisis: the book opens in 1815, amid the rubble of the Napoleonic Empire, as the Concert of Europe was assembled with an avowed mission to prevent any single power from dominating the continent and to stamp out revolutionary agitation before it could lead to war. But if the Concert was a response to Napoleon, internationalism was a response to the Concert, and as courts and monarchs disintegrated they were replaced by revolutionaries and bureaucrats. 19th century internationalists included bomb-throwing anarchists and the secret policemen who fought them, Marxist revolutionaries and respectable free marketeers. But they all embraced nationalism, the age’s most powerful transformative political creed, and assumed that nationalism and internationalism would go hand in hand. The wars of the twentieth century saw the birth of institutions that enshrined many of those ideals in durable structures of authority, most notably the League of Nations in World War I and the United Nations after World War II. Throughout this history, we see that international institutions are only as strong as the great powers of the moment allow them to be. The League was intended to prop up the British empire. With Washington taking over world leadership from Whitehall, the United Nations became a useful extension of American power. But as Mazower shows us, from the late 1960s on, America lost control over the dialogue and the rise of the independent Third World saw a marked shift away from the United Nations and toward more pliable tools such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. From the 1990s to 2007, Governing the World centers on a new regime of global coordination built upon economic rule-making by central bankers and finance ministers, a regime in which the interests of citizens and workers are trumped by the iron logic of markets. Now, the era of Western dominance of international life is fast coming to an end and a new multi-centered global balance of forces is emerging. We are living in a time of extreme confusion about the purpose and durability of our international institutions. History is not prophecy, but Mark Mazower shows us why the current dialectic between ideals and power politics in the international arena is just another stage in an epic two-hundred-year story.