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Meeting Miss Mollie (London Lights Book 1)

by Di Jones

Annabelle is a hard-nosed writer with a sound marriage, a stylish flat, a thriving career at Adorn magazine and a busy social life. She has only one ambitionâ??to be the best-known advice columnist in the UK. When her world is turned upside down by her husband’s infidelity she strikes out on her own and answers an ad to flat with a jet-setting businessman. As Annabelle begins to settle she sees things in her new house aren’t quite what they seem and her problems mount.

Christian is an attractive and wealthy property developer whose life is on track. He owns a luxurious house in an exclusive part of town, travels extensively, and is engaged to his beautiful model girlfriend. But despite this, he knows something is missing from his life.

As they get closer, Annabelle and Christian discover much about themselves. Annabelle forges a relationship with the strangest of friendsâ??Mollie, Christian’s dogâ??who teaches her new habits and values. At the same time Christian realises his girlfriend may not be the woman he really wants. Can Annabelle and Christian overcome the odds and forge a new love?

Meeting Miss Mollie is the first book in the London Lights series of contemporary British romance novels that feature lies, loss, loyalty and love. If you like Jill Mansell, Sophie Kinsella, or Marian Keyes, then you’ll love Di Jones’s entertaining and heartwarming romance.



With All Due Respect

by Anne LaLonde

The Imburgia City Council can’t bottomline its visioning and effectively exit-door on anything. It can’t decisionmake on the official city fairy tale princess, shade of green or donut filling and certainly not on the street names for the new City Center. Imburgians are charmed by the candidacy of Mr. Percival, the grocery store lobster running for mayor. But Time & Eternity, Inc.’s artificial intelligence experiment goes out of control, requiring the Council to do some take-charge anti-crisising.



Malicious Cunt

by H R Sloymite

Ever thought that thinking was pointless? That in the end we’re all governed by a power not of our choosing?

Pretentious isn’t it.

Ever thought that not thinking was perhaps best and even circumventing the whole thought process entirely might not be a bad idea. Then you’re a politician my friend.
 
Ever thought that in order to make sense of it all perhaps the power shouldn’t be with the elected super-rich but rather the man that stacks shelves in your local supermarket, smelling slightly of week-old urine?
 
Then join George, John, Pansy and Matilda as they turgidly explore their own ramshackle of a life in order to make some sense of it, that and everything.
 
They have of course been set the ultimate question not by a politician, billionaire or builder of walls. But by Metranom the head of all the seraphim’s, basically God’s best mate. Sorry to state the obvious but some people don’t listen and cramming that in does mean we get a healthy dig at them and a pot shot at organised religion in general, as well as the assembled governments.
 
The task is unanswerable which makes it even more astounding that it’s solved in the end.

So marvel at the exploration of the human condition of those who have all of the power yet none of the sense.



Hush Puppies

by Mooyah Hall

Nia has an overprotective and controlling boyfriend, Kimmy’s life is complicated, to put it mildly. Cece is a mistress for an older man who helps her with her bills and school fees, in exchange for sex, and company to parties. Missy is an introvert with sometimes extrovert personality, who can’t function in a normal relationship. These are the best friends chronicles.



Can I Show You How My Eye Falls Out of My Head Doc?: Remarkable, true stories from an unusual general practice

by Joyce Kamen

My Dad, Dr. Jack Kamen, was, during the 1950’s and ’60’s a general practitioner in a raucous, rough, and ethnically mixed section of Indiana Harbor, Indiana. He then became an anesthesiologist and Director of an Intensive Care Unit at a Gary hospital system.
When I came of age and melded with guests at home and at functions, I was privy to his “this is what happened” stories. He was/is never embarrassed by their somewhat graphic content because “this is as it was,” and patient privacy was scrupulously protected. These, then, are the most “how-could-this-have-happened” snippets from his professional life, jointly written. They were entertaining to his listeners through the years, and we are quite sure they will be just as amusing to you.



Fabulous Tom and Jerry comic book

by memes professionals

Tom and Jerry is loved by everyone irrespective of age and mostly loved by kids. I have collected over 600+ memes of Tom and Jerry. Hope you enjoy them a lot.



L.P. and the Skid: How did Skid get a date

by Harry Rose

Follow basement dwellers L.P. and the Skid solve some life mysteries. Like is Mom mad, How did Skid get a date, and why aren’t there any Battle bot cover girls.



Dad Jokes: The Best Dad Jokes, Awfully Bad but Funny Jokes and Puns

by Matthew Cooper

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Available To Read On Your Computer, MAC, Smartphone, Kindle Reader, iPad, or Tablet!

Dad Jokes is an absolute must-read! This book covers over 400+ of The Best Dad Jokes with such a large variety. Have your friends and family cracking up over the most awful/hilarious jokes and puns you’ve ever heard.
Or even better, battle it out in a “Try not to laugh” challenge and watch the jokes become even funnier!

What does a buffalo say to his son when he drops him off at school?

“Bison.”
Looking for a Fathers Day Gift? Search no more, with this classic book.

What to expect:

  • Father and Son Jokes
  • Family Jokes
  • Marriage Jokes
  • Work Jokes
  • Knock Knock Jokes
  • Alcohol Jokes
  • Animal Jokes
  • Food Jokes
  • General Wordplay Jokes
  • Crude Jokes
  • Countless Cheesy Puns
  • Over 400+ Jokes

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Schaufeldüngers Opus I: Satirische Betrachtungen über Gott und die Welt und die Wesen, die darin ihr Unwesen treiben (German Edition)

by Egon Schaufeldünger

Egon Schaufeldünger – ein faszinierender Grenzgänger zwischen leichtem Humor und bissiger Satire, zwischen ernsthafter Philosophie und absolutem Nonsens, der die groÃ?e Gabe besaÃ?, zuallererst über sich selbst lachen zu können. Am FuÃ?e des Erfolges stehend, wurde er unter tragischen Umständen aus dem jungen Leben gerissen, weil er – fern der Heimat – von einem herabfallenden Bauarbeiter erschlagen wurde. Dieses Buch bietet die Gelegenheit, posthum Schaufeldünger und die Welt, wie er sie sah, zu entdecken. Seien es seine Ansichten zur Ã?dness von Badeurlauben am Meer, zu einer der grausamsten Erfindungen der Menschheit, sprich: den Ansichtskarten, oder seine widerstrebende Erkenntnis, dass auch seine straffe Männerhaut auf Dauer nicht ohne Schutz und Pflege auskommt.



Im Ordnungsamt: Drei Gemeinheiten gegen den Kulturbegriff (German Edition)

by Bodo Wontoschka

Erste Gemeinheit

Im Ordnungsamt von Wallbach an der Priesack werden Genehmigungen für Veranstaltungen verschiedensterArt ausgestellt ohne die das öffentliche Leben einer kulturhungrigen Europastadt unvollständig wäre.

Für manche Anträge ausgefallenerer Art allerdings braucht es die ausdrückliche Empfehlung eines fortschrittlichen und weltoffenen Kulturamtes, um für einen Antrag eine Genehmigung zu bekommen…

Zweite Gemeinheit

“Vom Zwang zum Mythos” ist nichts weiter als ein durch und durch polemischer Versuch einige Mythen der Kulturgeschichte zu demontieren, die uns bis heute den Blick auf das Wesen der menschlichen Wirklichkeit verstellen, und deren Ursprünge man in archaischen Machtansprüchen, allerlei ignorantem Popanz und einer psychopathologischen Freakshow der Ratlosigkeit zu suchen hat. Auch ein Aufruf zum Mitgefühl für das menschliche Dilemma seiner Gratwanderung zwischen Sein und Nichtsein.

Dritte Gemeinheit

“Das Symposion”

Barbara Cartland war, bis zum Erscheinen von Joanne K.Rowling, die meistverkaufte Autorin der Literaturgeschichte, obwohl, oder gerade weil der literarische Wert ihrer Bücher bestenfalls Heftromanniveau erreicht. Sie verstarb, im Alter von 98 Jahren im Jahr 2000, verkaufte 1 Milliarde Bücher, und hat bei uns einen relativ geringen Bekanntheitsgrad. Es war nun ein besonderes Vergnügen, um der skurrilen Kontraste willen, sie in einem imaginären Zombiesymposion mit teils noch lebenden, teils verstorbenen Grö�en der Literaturszene zusammen zu bringen, wobei sublimste und ordinärste Geisteswelten stürmisch aufeinanderprallen und dabei ihren ganzen Zauber entfalten.



To the End of the Earth: Book One of the Chronicles of Finch

by L. David Rikkinen

Like most people, all Finch Wilson wanted to do was to earn enough credits for the trip to his new home on Titan because, let’s face it, remaining on Earth wasn’t really an option anymore. While Earth’s cities were more or less livable, beyond their protective plastic domes the planet was a hazy wasteland of oozing seeps, radioactive kudzu vines and roaming swarms of mutated hermit crabs so large that they used discarded automobiles or dumpsters as shells. In all honesty, Earth had seen better days.
There were those, of course, who thought moving to Titan was a bad idea – not that they wanted to remain on Earth, but because they didn’t trust the Baffians. Certainly the Baffians, being aliens that the people of Earth really knew little about was a factor. And admittedly, it made people a little uncomfortable that they would have to work for the Baffians – but the cost of moving a planet’s entire population to another world was not cheap, and the Baffian Corporate Empire was no charity organization. No. What bothered some people was that it seemed too much of a coincidence that the Baffians arrived with their offer to help at the very moment that Humanity looked on the verge of extinction. Those same people even went so far as to suspect the Baffians of actually orchestrating Earth’s many disasters in order to enslave Humanity.
Finch Wilson didn’t harbour any such suspicions – or at least he was able to effectively ignore them. And after all, the Baffians had been very upfront about what they expected in return from Earth’s inhabitants. And they had even gifted every man, woman and child with a collar known as a ‘Lingua-Matic’, that not only allowed people to converse effortlessly with any sentient being, but were quite stylish as well. And hadn’t Earth been recently inundated with tourists from countless other worlds? They didn’t seem concerned about the Baffians or their Corporate Empire – although the alien tourists seemed to be in a hurry to see the Earth for some reason.
Finch didn’t ponder on what that reason might be. He instictively avoided any questions with potentially uncomfortable conclusions. Instead, he focused on more manageable questions, such as whether the grey, oily and somewhat gritty morning beverage known as ‘Happy-Wake’ really was a faithful reproduction of what his ancestors called ‘coffee’.
In truth, Finch Wilson was exceedingly boring – even by Earthling standards. While others sought adventure and excitement, Finch took comfort in the mundane, solace in the banal. Which was a pity, for his life was about to become horribly thrilling.
What would begin as just another commute to work for Finch Wilson would be the beginning of an epic, transdimensional journey that would see him shot in a case of mistaken identity, become host to a hedonistic alien worm, discover a diabolical alien plot, be hunted by a terrorist with serious self-image issues, fall in love with a dinosaur, become a freedom fighter, learn that he’s the only being in the universe that really enjoys vending machine algae cakes, fight for his life on a planet of giant, sword-wielding barbarians, and even endure a thorough and, to his mind, unfair lambasting from God – all in an attempt to save the world that he wanted to leave in the first place. Had he known how his day would turn out, Finch would have done the sensible thing and called in sick…



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