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Title Last in the Evening
Author Osho
Publisher Osho Media International
Release Date 2015-12-15
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 260
ISBN 9780880506205
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Falling asleep in front of a TV or computer screen, as many people do these days, is not the most relaxing way to end a busy day. What we do in the evening can affect our night’s sleep, disturbing our sleep patterns and dreams. Last in the Evening is Osho talking on a variety of subjects specially selected for the evening. It gives you a different option for ending your day, a taste of meditation that can carry you through the night. Simply find time in the evening to sit quietly, be with yourself, and read the suggested passage. The extracts here, and in the companion volume First in the Morning, are taken from intimate one-on-one talks with Osho, and he suggested this compilation of his insights on a variety of subjects that include the nature of bliss, joy, and meditation. Whether you are familiar with meditation or a newcomer to the inner world, these two invaluable books, separately or together, can make a real difference to how you approach each day, and your life.

Journey To The End Of The Night by Louis-Ferdinand Céline

Title Journey to the End of the Night
Author Louis-Ferdinand Céline
Publisher New Directions Publishing
Release Date 2006-05-17
Category Literary Collections
Total Pages 464
ISBN 9780811223614
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Céline’s masterpiece—colloquial, polemic, hyper-realistic, boiling over with black humor Céline’s masterpiece—colloquial, polemic, hyper realistic—boils over with bitter humor and revulsion at society’s idiocy and hypocrisy: Journey to the End of the Night is a literary symphony of cruelty and violence that hurtles through the improbable travels of the petit bourgeois (and largely autobiographical) antihero, Bardamu: from the trenches of WWI, to the African jungle, to New York, to the Ford Factory in Detroit, and finally to life in Paris as a failed doctor. Ralph Manheim’s pitch-perfect translation captures Céline’s savage energy, and a dynamic afterword by William T. Vollmann presents a fresh, furiously alive take on this astonishing novel.

Title The Last Evening of Catanie with Other Poems
Author William Henry Spicer
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1834
Category Sicily (Italy)
Total Pages 175
ISBN BL:A0019723242
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Their Last Worthless Evening Psychic Docs
Author E.A. Reynolds
Publisher Siren-BookStrand
Release Date 2020
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781622417308
Language English, Spanish, and French
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End Of The Night Girl by Amy T. Matthew

Title End of the Night Girl
Author Amy T. Matthew
Publisher Wakefield Press
Release Date 2011-05
Category Fiction
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781862549685
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Molly, a sassy Australian waitress, is haunted by the ghost of a murdered Polish Jew. The two young women's stories, each a compelling page-turner, combine teasingly in one as 'End of the Night Girl' explores shadows cast by the Holocaust across decades, continents and cultures. 'A brilliant testimonial to the power of the literary imagination.' - Nicholas Jose. 'Clothed in prose that sparks and simmers, End of the Night Girl slowly reveals her dark and beautiful bones.' - Carol Lefevre. 'Amy Matthews' world of gritty realism is foreshadowed by an older, more traditional society about to be invaded by chaos and horror. One cannot help admiring Matthews' accuracy of observation and her subtle placement of emotion in the uncovering of these parallel universes through the coalescence of memory and imagination. This is a remarkable novel of contemporary rootlessness, haunted histories and redemptive decency.' - Brian Castro. 'Can atrocity be changed somehow in art? This book cannot answer this, but it powerfully suggests that the creative act is meaningful even when atrocity is too big for us to mould it. As Molly attempts to imagine and create from an atrocity she hasn't shared, she herself is remade.' - Eva Hornung. 'End of the Night Girl' was Winner of the 2010 Adelaide Festival Award for Best Unpublished Manuscript.

One Last Night by Melanie Milburne

Title One Last Night
Author Melanie Milburne
Publisher Carina Press
Release Date 2011-06-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9781459205536
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Maya met Giorgio Sabbatini, he married the penniless waif and stray despite her inferior breeding. So her decision to divorce him now is made with a heavy heart. Giorgio belongs to a notorious blue-blooded family, and their duty to maintain its lineage is unquestioning. Unable to give him the heir he craves, Maya knows she has to walk away. But the ink on their divorce papers isn't given the chance to dry; after one last reckless night of passion, there's a very shocking announcement….

Last Evenings On Earth by Roberto Bolaño

Title Last Evenings on Earth
Author Roberto Bolaño
Publisher New Directions Publishing
Release Date 2007
Category Fiction
Total Pages 219
ISBN 0811216888
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Fourteen dark tales about the tragic qualities of exile feature protagonists who are struggling with marginal lives and private, often ill-fated, quests, in a collection set in the Chilean exile diaspora of Latin America and Europe. Reprint.

Title Jonah and the Last Great Dragon Menace of the Night Creatures
Author M.E. Holley
Publisher John Hunt Publishing
Release Date 2014-06-27
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 185
ISBN 9781782795018
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Jonah Drake and Ffyrnig, the Red Dragon of Wales, defeat the demons of the Underworld that attack Hereford, everyone in the area thinks that normality will return. But within two days there is the dreadful news that the Night Creatures have swarmed towards London. Accompanied by SAS Air Troopers, who ride eight of the Lesser Dragons of the Marches, Jonah and the Great Dragon fly to London, where they find that they must fight a monstrous water serpent. But the streets around St Paul's Cathedral and the Millennium Bridge are deserted. Where are the Night Creatures? When the demons are discovered, the dragons use their firepower to try to drive them back underground. But an appalling accident happens. The UK's only hope now of ridding the country of the Night Creatures comes in a stray remark made by the Great Dragon. Much against the Prime Minister's better judgement, Jonah and Ffyrnig must fly alone to the Arctic to look for help.

Last Of The Lancasters by Martin W Bowman

Title Last of the Lancasters
Author Martin W Bowman
Publisher Pen and Sword
Release Date 2014-11-30
Category History
Total Pages 264
ISBN 9781783831746
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Lancasters looked like enormous deadly black birds going off into the night; somehow they looked different when they came back. The planes carried from this field 117,000 pounds of high explosives and the crews flew all night to drop the load as ordered. Now the trains would not run between France and Italy for a while, not on those bombed tracks anyhow. Here are the men who did it, with mussed hair and weary faces, dirty sweaters under their flying suits, sleep-bright eyes, making humble comradely little jokes and eating their saved-up chocolate bars' _ Martha Gellhorn??This riveting and highly intriguing collection of pilot and civilian reminiscences works to commemorate the spirit of the almighty Lancaster bomber. Each chapter is dedicated to a unique individual or group of individuals who took part in its history in some capacity. Be they pilot, civilian, or journalist, each played their own part and their accounts offer a host of fascinating insights. ??Episodes featured include the battle for Munich and the Nuremburg and Berlin Raids. Stories of PoWs downed in their Lancasters and captured in enemy territory also feature, communicating a real sense of peril experienced behind enemy lines. Two sections of fascinating black and white photographs supplement and complete this trawl through the history of the Lancaster bomber and the men and women who witnessed its glory days.

Last Of The Blue And Gray by Richard A. Serrano

Title Last of the Blue and Gray
Author Richard A. Serrano
Publisher Smithsonian Institution
Release Date 2013-10-08
Category History
Total Pages 232
ISBN 9781588343963
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Richard Serrano, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for the Los Angeles Times, pens a story of two veterans. In the late 1950s, as America prepared for the Civil War centennial, two very old men lay dying. Albert Woolson, 109 years old, slipped in and out of a coma at a Duluth, Minnesota, hospital, his memories as a Yankee drummer boy slowly dimming. Walter Williams, at 117 blind and deaf and bedridden in his daughter's home in Houston, Texas, no longer could tell of his time as a Confederate forage master. The last of the Blue and the Gray were drifting away; an era was ending. Unknown to the public, centennial officials, and the White House too, one of these men was indeed a veteran of that horrible conflict and one according to the best evidence nothing but a fraud. One was a soldier. The other had been living a great, big lie.

Last Night In Managua by James D. Pendleton

Title Last Night in Managua
Author James D. Pendleton
Publisher Brandylane Publishers Inc
Release Date 2009
Category Fiction
Total Pages 218
ISBN 9781883911904
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Two men meet for the first time deep in a Nicaraguan jungle, one an American pilot and businessman, the other a gravely wounded Guatemalan pastor whose wife has been murdered by Somoza's henchmen. Remarkable events have brought them both to this dangerous time and place. Neither is political, and certainly neither intended to get swept up in a revolution. Ron Hartley, divorced, at loose ends, has taken a job representing a U.S. bank in Managua. Once there, what seems perfectly harmless and aboveboard-meetings with wealthy Nicaraguan businessmen, a date with an attractive attach at the American embassy, a reunion with his former partner's beautiful widow-all turn out to have shocking, life-changing consequences.

The Last Good Night by Emily Listfield

Title The Last Good Night
Author Emily Listfield
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2009-02-10
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9781416560494
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the acclaimed author of Best Intentions and Waiting to Surface comes a “taut and disturbing” (The New York Times) psychological thriller about a television news anchor whose idyllic life is shattered when her shadowed past comes back to haunt her. Laura Barrett has it all—a supportive husband, a beautiful baby daughter, and a career in television that has made her face familiar to millions. But there’s a shadow over Laura’s happiness. And when a man approaches her after she leaves work and calls her “Marta,” Laura knows that what she’s feared for so long has finally arrived. The postcard with the coffin on it confirms that her idyll is over. Marta was a teenager, growing up on the wrong side of the tracks, when she did something terrible one night in a run-down motel, and she’s been running from it ever since. For twenty years, Laura has been trying to erase Marta from her memory. Now a man from her past is confronting her, demanding answers. At first, Laura thinks she can control the situation. But suddenly, she’s facing every mother’s nightmare: her daughter is kidnapped. To get her baby back, Laura’s going to have to risk her marriage, her career, and her life, and finally face up to what happened that night so long ago. Gripping and suspenseful, The Last Good Night “ratchets up the tension and fully involves the reader in her heroine’s harrowing ordeal” (Publishers Weekly).

Title The Last Heir of Monterrato
Author Andie Brock
Publisher Harlequin
Release Date 2015-01-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9781460339916
Language English, Spanish, and French
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He's fallen 12,000 feet from the sky… Now he knows exactly what he wants! Daredevil Rafael Revaldi has always lived for the moment. But having cheated death, the Conte di Monterrato is focused on the future. He needs an heir, but to get one he'll face his toughest challenge yet—winning back his estranged wife! Lottie returns to the castle she once called home with a newfound strength. The intense sensual connection between Lottie and Rafe remains, but so do the emotional scars of their marriage. Can Lottie risk her heart again to give them the child they both so desperately want?

Edward Vii The Last Victorian King by Christopher Hibbert

Title Edward VII The Last Victorian King
Author Christopher Hibbert
Publisher St. Martin's Press
Release Date 2007-06-12
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 368
ISBN 0230610757
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A riveting biography that vividly captures the life and times of the last Victorian king. To his mother, Queen Victoria, he was "poor Bertie," to his wife he was "my dear little man," while the President of France called him "a great English king," and the German Kaiser condemned him as "an old peacock." King Edward VII was all these things and more, as Hibbert reveals in this captivating biography. Shedding new light on the scandals that peppered his life, Hibbert reveals Edward's dismal early years under Victoria's iron rule, his terror of boredom that led to a lively social life at home and abroad, and his eventual ascent to the throne at age 59. Edward is best remembered as the last Victorian king, the monarch who installed the office of Prime Minister.

Last Of The Ebb by Sidney Rogerson

Title Last of the Ebb
Author Sidney Rogerson
Publisher Pen and Sword
Release Date 2012-01-26
Category History
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9781473815896
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In 1918, the Germans launched the Spring Offensive. Aware that American troops would soon be arriving in Europe, the Germans saw this as their last chance to win the war. If they could overcome the Allied armies and reach Paris, victory might be possible. The German offensive was initially a great success. Striking at the Allied line’s strongest point, the Chemin des Dames, they burst their way through and made quick progress towards Marne. However, the advance eventually stalled. With supply shortages and lack of reserves, this was to be the ‘last ebb’ of the German war effort. Rogerson, a young officer in the West Yorkshire Regiment, describes the experiences of his battalion from the Aisne through to the Marne. Fighting under French command, the West Yorkshires were inadequately supported by artillery and practically without help from the air. The 4 tired divisions were forced to fight and run 27 miles across wooded downlands and 3 rivers on emergency rations. The author vividly conveys the bravery and extraordinary resilience of the West Yorkshires, who were able to face up to the terrible ordeal of such a battle without loss of morale. Remarkably for a book of this period, an account by Major-General A. D. von Unruh, which gives the German perspective of the offensive, has been included.

Last Night In Montreal by Emily St. John Mandel

Title Last Night in Montreal
Author Emily St. John Mandel
Publisher Unbridled Books
Release Date 2009
Category Fiction
Total Pages 247
ISBN 9781932961683
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Eli searches for his ex-lover Lilia after she disappears one morning from his Brooklyn apartment, but he discovers surprises about her childhood after going to Montreal on a tip from a source who says that Lilia may be there.

Title Night Song of the Last Tram A Glasgow Childhood
Author Robert Douglas
Publisher Hodder & Stoughton
Release Date 2007-10-13
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9781444719352
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is a wonderfully colourful and deeply poignant memoir of growing up in a 'single end' - one room in a Glasgow tenement - during and immediately after the Second World War. Although young Robert Douglas's life was blighted by the cruel if sporadic presence of his father, it was equally blessed by the love of his mother, Janet. While the story of their life together is in some ways very sad, it is also filled with humorous and happy memories. "Night Song of The Last Tram" is a superb evocation of childhood and of a Glasgow of trams and tenements that has long since disappeared.

Title The Last of the Bengal Lancers
Author Francis Ingall
Publisher Pen and Sword
Release Date 1989-01-01
Category History
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781473815872
Language English, Spanish, and French
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One of the last of the famed Bengal Lancers, Brigadier Ingall has spent most of his life in India and Pakistan. When he first went to India in 1929, all the officers were English and all the enlisted men were Indian (Hindu, Sikh and Moslem). India was part of theBritish Empire and the Army was basically involved with hunting down outlaw bands of horsemen and keeping them in order. One of his first experiences there was leading a charge on horseback (swords in hand) of the 5th D.C.O. Lancers in the battle of karawal near the Khyber Pass. Later, in the Second World War, he commanded the 6th Lancers in a drive through northern Italy. By this time he had traded their horses for light armour (manufactured by General Motors), but the hazards were no less great. In one 2-hour punch, Ingall's forces cut a swathe through the remnants of the three German Divisions and penetrated 50 miles into enemy territory. For this he won the DSO. He was also awarded an OBE by King George VI for his service as founder and head of the Pakistan Military Academy which he was invited to found by no less person then Mohammad Ali Jinnah himself. Ingall serves as the academy's Commandment until 1951. Since then he has revisited the area several times as an honoured guest of the state, In 1982 he was appointed Honorary Council General of Pakistan , in California, where he now lives, by it's president General Zia-ul-Haq , who described Ingall as 'one of the founding fathers or our army.' During his many years in India and Pakistan he knew and worked with with the areas most important dignitaries such as Lord Mountbatten and Lord Ismay, Gandhi and Nehru. This is an autobiography full of incident and humour which will delight not only the old and bold but but all those who enjoy reading about the last days of the Raj.

Last Night S Moon by Lynne Zarek

Title Last Night s Moon
Author Lynne Zarek
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2012-11-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 292
ISBN 9781479745951
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After growing up in a small town in Missouri, Lynsey decided to venture west to try to unravel an enigma that she has known about since she was five. After settling to Idaho, Lynsey saw herself struggling with her sexuality and with the religious beliefs that she grew up with. Coupled by abusive relationships, the unimaginable happened on a hot August night in 1990. A deep knife wound to the back placed Lynsey on the witness stand with an unusual case for a jury to deliberate in Boise. A trial that not only was a first for Idaho, but was also historic in nature nationwide.

Title Nella Last in the 1950s
Author Nella Last
Publisher Profile Books
Release Date 2010
Category History
Total Pages 296
ISBN 9781846683503
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Picking up where Nella Last's Peace left off, this fascinating diary from the 1950s delves into Nella Last's private life.