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The Strong Silent Type by Jule McBride

Title The Strong Silent Type
Author Jule McBride
Publisher Harlequin
Release Date 2011-07-15
Category Fiction
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781459251304
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Eyes Don't Lie… Alice Eastman didn't recognize the sinewy body or raven locks of the unidentified man hit by a car on her Wyoming ranch. But his eyes were unmistakably Dylan Nolan, her childhood sweetheart, her only lover, her husband, who'd disappeared without a trace the day of their wedding—accused of murder…. But like the strong, silent type, Dylan neither confirmed nor denied his identity or his innocence. Only his body spoke to hers in the dead of night, professing love, promising protection. For one thing was certain: Someone was out there, stalking Dylan and his bride. And Alice didn't know if she was in more danger from the man who hunted the icy mountains for his prey…or the sinfully sexy husband who ignited her passion.

The Strong Silent Type by Michal Metryka

Title The Strong Silent Type
Author Michal Metryka
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-10-25
Category
Total Pages 100
ISBN 9798553154530
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This notebook is simple, stylish and elegant. This softcover notebook is perfect for students or anyone involved in education. It's also ideal for office workers. It will help You organize Your whole day or create a plan with motivational, inspirational or funny quotes. You can also try to put Your memories into or plan Your trip. Planning now is easier than ever.

The Strong Silent Type by Buck Rainey

Title The Strong Silent Type
Author Buck Rainey
Publisher McFarland Publishing
Release Date 2004
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 710
ISBN UOM:39015057650460
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Many of the stars of silent westerns were young horse wranglers who left the open fields to make some extra money bulldogging steers and chasing Indians around arenas in traveling Wild West shows. They made their way to Hollywood when the popularity of the Wild West shows began to decline, found work acting in action-packed silent westerns, and became idols for early moviegoers everywhere. Over 100 of those cowboys who starred in silent westerns between 1903 and 1930 are highlighted in this work. Among those included are Broncho Billy Anderson, Art Acord, Harry Carey, William Desmond, Hoot Gibson, William S. Hart, Jack Hoxie, William Farnum, Jack Holt, Buck Jones, J. Warren Kerrigan, Tim McCoy, Ken Maynard, Tom Mix, Fred Thompson, Fred Cody, Bob Custer, Jack Daugherty, William Duncan, Neal Hart, Leo Maloney, Pete Morrison, Jack Mower, Dustin Farnum, George Larkin, Jack Perrin, Buddy Roosevelt, William Russell, Bob Steele, Tom Tyler, and Wally Wales, to name just a few. Biographical information and a complete filmography are provided for each actor. Richly illustrated with over 300 picture stills.

The Strong Silent Type by Marie Ferrarella

Title The Strong Silent Type
Author Marie Ferrarella
Publisher Harlequin
Release Date 2010-07-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9781426870385
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Until Jack Hawkins, Teri Cavanaugh had never encountered a case she couldn't crack or a cop whose life wasn't an open book after day one as her partner. Male detectives wanted to be "Hawk." Women flat-out wanted him. Teri simply wanted to know the man behind the badge, because her sixth sense smelled a story. Hawk resisted, but a good cop knew the value of patience.... Of course, a good cop also knew not to kiss one's partner. Or to cross the line from being partners to being lovers. Yet Teri was guilty on both counts and, worse, seemed powerless to stop what she had started...

Strong Silent Type by Lorelei James

Title Strong Silent Type
Author Lorelei James
Publisher Ridgeview Publishing
Release Date 2016-05-20
Category Fiction
Total Pages 120
ISBN 9781941869628
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Tough, taciturn…And a fool for letting her go… Wyoming rancher Quinn McKay was biding his time until his levelheaded wife came to her senses and called a halt to this trial separation—never believing their marital rough patch would drag on for a coon’s age. Libby McKay knew when she married the gruff, laid-back cowboy that he wasn’t prone to blathering on about his feelings. But three months have passed and her stubborn-as-a-mule husband is still living by himself in the horse trailer. It seems he’d rather hold onto his pride than hold onto her. When Quinn realizes Libby is determined to move on if he doesn’t change, he offers her one weekend of uninterrupted sexual decadence to rekindle their love life and to hash out their differences. Reigniting the passion is easy. The hard part comes after the sheets have cooled and they find out if what remains is strong enough to survive past mistakes… **Although this book is part of the Rough Riders series, it can be read as a STANDALONE!

The Strong Silent Type by C. Kelly Robinson

Title The Strong Silent Type
Author C. Kelly Robinson
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2005-01-04
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9781101209875
Language English, Spanish, and French
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More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA

The Strong Silent Type by Marie Ferrarella

Title The Strong Silent Type
Author Marie Ferrarella
Publisher Harlequin
Release Date 2010-07-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9781426870385
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Until Jack Hawkins, Teri Cavanaugh had never encountered a case she couldn't crack or a cop whose life wasn't an open book after day one as her partner. Male detectives wanted to be "Hawk." Women flat-out wanted him. Teri simply wanted to know the man behind the badge, because her sixth sense smelled a story. Hawk resisted, but a good cop knew the value of patience.... Of course, a good cop also knew not to kiss one's partner. Or to cross the line from being partners to being lovers. Yet Teri was guilty on both counts and, worse, seemed powerless to stop what she had started...

The Strong Silent Type by Buck Rainey

Title The Strong Silent Type
Author Buck Rainey
Publisher McFarland Publishing
Release Date 2004
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 710
ISBN UOM:39015057650460
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Many of the stars of silent westerns were young horse wranglers who left the open fields to make some extra money bulldogging steers and chasing Indians around arenas in traveling Wild West shows. They made their way to Hollywood when the popularity of the Wild West shows began to decline, found work acting in action-packed silent westerns, and became idols for early moviegoers everywhere. Over 100 of those cowboys who starred in silent westerns between 1903 and 1930 are highlighted in this work. Among those included are Broncho Billy Anderson, Art Acord, Harry Carey, William Desmond, Hoot Gibson, William S. Hart, Jack Hoxie, William Farnum, Jack Holt, Buck Jones, J. Warren Kerrigan, Tim McCoy, Ken Maynard, Tom Mix, Fred Thompson, Fred Cody, Bob Custer, Jack Daugherty, William Duncan, Neal Hart, Leo Maloney, Pete Morrison, Jack Mower, Dustin Farnum, George Larkin, Jack Perrin, Buddy Roosevelt, William Russell, Bob Steele, Tom Tyler, and Wally Wales, to name just a few. Biographical information and a complete filmography are provided for each actor. Richly illustrated with over 300 picture stills.

The Strong Silent Type by Kate Hoffmann

Title The Strong Silent Type
Author Kate Hoffmann
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1995
Category Fiction
Total Pages 217
ISBN 0373256299
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Strong Silent Type by Kate Hoffmann released on Jan 25, 1995 is available now for purchase.

The Importance Of Feeling English by Leonard Tennenhouse

Title The Importance of Feeling English
Author Leonard Tennenhouse
Publisher Princeton University Press
Release Date 2016-07-26
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 176
ISBN 9780691171272
Language English, Spanish, and French
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American literature is typically seen as something that inspired its own conception and that sprang into being as a cultural offshoot of America's desire for national identity. But what of the vast precedent established by English literature, which was a major American import between 1750 and 1850? In The Importance of Feeling English, Leonard Tennenhouse revisits the landscape of early American literature and radically revises its features. Using the concept of transatlantic circulation, he shows how some of the first American authors--from poets such as Timothy Dwight and Philip Freneau to novelists like William Hill Brown and Charles Brockden Brown--applied their newfound perspective to pre-existing British literary models. These American "re-writings" would in turn inspire native British authors such as Jane Austen and Horace Walpole to reconsider their own ideas of subject, household, and nation. The enduring nature of these literary exchanges dramatically recasts early American literature as a literature of diaspora, Tennenhouse argues--and what made the settlers' writings distinctly and indelibly American was precisely their insistence on reproducing Englishness, on making English identity portable and adaptable. Written in an incisive and illuminating style, The Importance of Feeling English reveals the complex roots of American literature, and shows how its transatlantic movement aided and abetted the modernization of Anglophone culture at large.

Dead Land Volume One by Philip A. McClimon

Title Dead Land Volume One
Author Philip A. McClimon
Publisher Philip A. McClimon
Release Date 2021
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This series is being made into a podcast! Read by me and accompanied by layered sound effects. Check out DeadLand on your favorite podcast player. A box set, containing the first two novellas in the Human Extinction Level Loss (H.E.L.L.) series, SUBSTATION, and LIBERATION. Substation When the Zombie Apocalypse hits, the power will fail, within two days the grid will go down. Everyone knows that. Gary Sykes knew it too. From his mundane job at Tres Hombres substation, Gary saw the outbreak coming, knew that the horrific zombie attacks being reported on the news were only going to get worse. The plague was here and the days ahead were going to be dark, except Gary Sykes had a plan, a plan that just might keep the lights burning a little longer. When Nicole Bennett and her band of survivors had to fight for their lives, they could do it with the lights on thanks to the efforts and sacrifice of one man. This is his story. The Last Stand of Gary Sykes Liberation It has been eight months since the the zombie virus swept through Tres Hombres Substation and changed Beverly Sanders' life forever. She, her husband Mark, and their young son Tommy have tried to hang on while all around them the world fell victim to one zombie horde after another. A simple message, broadcast twice a day on every channel has drawn them out. "This is Nicole Bennett. We are survivors. To anybody that can hear us, and can get here, we offer you refuge..." On the road, they meet Sheriff Jacob Miller and learn that not all who heard the message believed it was real. Jacob roams the Deadlands, chasing demons of his own and following the horde that took his town. Will he help Beverly and her family reach Colorado, or will they fall victim to his guilt and sadness? After the zombie apocalypse, Gary Sykes gave survivors a chance. Nicole Bennett and her Colorado safe haven will give them a hope. All they have to do is get there.

F Is For Fatal by Philip A. McClimon

Title F Is For Fatal
Author Philip A. McClimon
Publisher Philip A. McClimon
Release Date 2021
Category Fiction
Total Pages 90
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Contains the free short story, KILLING TIME. It's a brave new world. A lot has changed. Some things haven't. Tate Rossiter is seventeen and ready. Ready to burn the candle at both ends. She only wants to do three things: Eat, Sleep, and… Tate's little sister Britta has been having some problems, emotional problems, tear the head of her dolls in a fit of rage problems. It's starting to interfere with Tate's triangle of reckless youth. When Britta is taken to a specialist, all Tate's plans fall apart. Recommendation: Britta needs some family time, Tate included. But family time has been interrupted. Their father is a high level MID working for the SCI and when a SCI calls it would be selfish not to answer. Now Britta has seen something she shouldn't have, something that demands a full re-boot, her mind wiped, rebuilt from the ground up. The re-boot has wiped Britta's memories, but hasn't done a thing for her emotional problems. The headless body of her babysitter proves that. It has put Tate's plans on hold, maybe permanently. She has to do something to save her sister from the L.A.W.S because murder is definitely a selfish act. The good news is, someone from her mother's past just may be able to help, a CRIM by the name of Mamma Ries, the queen of Dark City. KILLING TIME Jeff Lucas liked being alone. He liked his books, his notes, his research. If he loved anything or anybody more it was his older brother, Davie. Davie was his hero and he would do anything for him, including the very thing he hated the most: going out. But now Jeff has a real problem. Charlie Parker has killed his brother and it's forcing Jeff's hand, forcing him to move the timetable up on his pet project. Jeff couldn't save his brother, but he can do something about Charlie. The solution came to him just in time.

The Man They Wanted Me To Be by Jared Yates Sexton

Title The Man They Wanted Me to Be
Author Jared Yates Sexton
Publisher Catapult
Release Date 2019-05-07
Category Social Science
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9781640091825
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Based on the provocative and popular New York Times op–ed, this memoir alternates between the examination of a working–class upbringing and a cultural analysis of the historical, psychological, and sociological sources that make up the roots of toxic masculinity and its impact on society. As progressivism changes American society, and globalism shifts labor away from traditional manufacturing, the roles that have been prescribed to men since the Industrial Revolution have been rendered obsolete. Donald Trump's campaign successfully leveraged male resentment and entitlement, and now, with Trump as president and the rise of the #MeToo movement, it’s clear that our current definitions of masculinity are outdated and even dangerous. Deeply personal and thoroughly researched, the author of The People Are Going to Rise Like the Waters Upon Your Shore has turned his keen eye to our current crisis of masculinity using his upbringing in rural Indiana to examine the personal and societal dangers of the patriarchy. The Man They Wanted Me to Be examines how we teach boys what’s expected of men in America, and the long–term effects of that socialization―which include depression, shorter lives, misogyny, and suicide. Sexton turns his keen eye to the establishment of the racist patriarchal structure which has favored white men, and investigates the personal and societal dangers of such outdated definitions of manhood. "By carefully and soberly examining his own story, Sexton deconstructs American life and gives many examples of how pervasive toxic masculinity is in our culture." ―Henry Rollins, Los Angeles Times "This book is critically important to our historical moment . . . Crackles with intensity and absolutely refuses to allow the reader to look away for even a moment from the blight that toxic masculinity in America has wrought." ―Nicholas Cannariato, NPR

Strong Silent Cowboy by Lora Leigh

Title Strong Silent Cowboy
Author Lora Leigh
Publisher St. Martin's Paperbacks
Release Date 2021-03-09
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781250088406
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From #1 New York Times bestseller Lora Leigh and Veronica Chadwick comes a second chance at love and bodyguard romance Strong, Silent Cowboy, a Moving Violations novel. “Leigh’s books can scorch the ink off the page.”—RT Book Review He Will Do Anything... Sallie Hamblen had three incredibly hot, sexy nights with Jacob Donovan, an undercover CIA agent, before he disappeared, leaving her broken hearted and forever yearning for the man she lost. Years later, Jacob doesn’t know that the beauty he’s about to seduce in a small town bar is the woman he held in his arms all those years ago... and that she’s on the run from her past. To Keep Her Safe... Former CIA agent turned cowboy, Jacob Donovan wants nothing more than a simple life. Just the ranch and occasionally someone warm and sweet in his bed. Until Sallie comes back into his life and all of a sudden he wants to be in her bed every night...all night. When he discovers that her life is in danger, he swears he’ll protect her. Even when secrets are revealed that threaten everything between them, he will lay everything on the line to keep her in his arms.

Shock Value by Jason Zinoman

Title Shock Value
Author Jason Zinoman
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2011-07-07
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781101516966
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An enormously entertaining account of the gifted and eccentric directors who gave us the golden age of modern horror in the 1970s, bringing a new brand of politics and gritty realism to the genre. Much has been written about the storied New Hollywood of the 1970s, but at the same time as Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, and Francis Ford Coppola were making their first classic movies, a parallel universe of directors gave birth to the modern horror film-aggressive, raw, and utterly original. Based on unprecedented access to the genre's major players, The New York Times's critic Jason Zinoman's Shock Value delivers the first definitive account of horror's golden age. By the late 1960s, horror was stuck in the past, confined mostly to drive-in theaters and exploitation houses, and shunned by critics. Shock Value tells the unlikely story of how the much-disparaged horror film became an ambitious art form while also conquering the multiplex. Directors such as Wes Craven, Roman Polanski, John Carpenter, and Brian De Palma- counterculture types operating largely outside the confines of Hollywood-revolutionized the genre, exploding taboos and bringing a gritty aesthetic, confrontational style, and political edge to horror. Zinoman recounts how these directors produced such classics as Rosemary's Baby, Carrie, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Halloween, creating a template for horror that has been imitated relentlessly but whose originality has rarely been matched. This new kind of film dispensed with the old vampires and werewolves and instead assaulted audiences with portraits of serial killers, the dark side of suburbia, and a brand of nihilistic violence that had never been seen before. Shock Value tells the improbable stories behind the making of these movies, which were often directed by obsessive and insecure young men working on shoestring budgets, were funded by sketchy investors, and starred porn stars. But once The Exorcist became the highest grossing film in America, Hollywood took notice. The classic horror films of the 1970s have now spawned a billion-dollar industry, but they have also penetrated deep into the American consciousness. Quite literally, Zinoman reveals, these movies have taught us what to be afraid of. Drawing on interviews with hundreds of the most important artists in horror, Shock Value is an enthralling and personality-driven account of an overlooked but hugely influential golden age in American film.

Quiet by Susan Cain

Title Quiet
Author Susan Cain
Publisher Broadway Books
Release Date 2013
Category Psychology
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9780307352156
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Demonstrates how introverted people are misunderstood and undervalued in modern culture, charting the rise of extrovert ideology while sharing anecdotal examples of how to use introvert talents to adapt to various situations.

A Course In Miracles by Foundation for Inner Peace

Title A Course in Miracles
Author Foundation for Inner Peace
Publisher Viking Adult
Release Date 1996
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 1239
ISBN 0670869759
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Offers ecumenical meditations on love, perception, forgiveness, eternal life, and theoretical concepts in theology

Why Men Won T Commit by George Weinberg

Title Why Men Won t Commit
Author George Weinberg
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2012-12-11
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9781471108457
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Why are men afraid to commit? Dr Weinberg answers this question in WHY MEN WON'T COMMIT and shows women how to help their men change their minds. Dr Weinberg considers that men have four basic needs (the need to be special, to travel light, for loyalty and for emotional closeness) and if they feel that these aren't being met they will develop bad gut reactions against their girlfriends, which will most likely mystify these women. The problem for women and men is that men themselves couldn't tell you about these needs because they've grown up establishing a 'masculine pretence' that forbids them from showing emotion or discussing problems. Dr Weinberg's WHY MEN WON'T COMMIT provides a bridge between the two sexes that will lead to greater understanding, greater commitment and greater happiness. This is a unique approach to an age-old problem because it shows women why they needn't play games, or lose their own dignity, to help men commit. An informed, practical, straight-talking guide to men, or as Dr Weinberg calls them 'the fragile sex', WHY MEN WON'T COMMIT is invaluable to every woman who feels her single life must end - and soon!

Title Good Housekeeping
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1971
Category Home economics
Total Pages 86
ISBN OSU:32435027058825
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An Autumn Of War by Victor Hanson

Title An Autumn of War
Author Victor Hanson
Publisher Anchor
Release Date 2007-12-18
Category Political Science
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9780307424761
Language English, Spanish, and French
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On September 11, 2001, hours after the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, the eminent military historian Victor Davis Hanson wrote an article in which he asserted that the United States, like it or not, was now at war and had the moral right to respond with force. An Autumn of War, which opens with that first essay, will stimulate readers across the political spectrum to think more deeply about the attacks, the war, and their lessons for all of us. From the Trade Paperback edition.