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In Saigon during the waning days of the Vietnam War, a small-time journalist named John Converse thinks he’ll find action – and profit – by getting involved in a big-time drug deal.
But back in the States, things go horribly wrong for him.
Dog Soldiers perfectly captures the underground mood of America in the 1970s.
This time, amateur drug dealers and hippies encountered profiteering cops and professional killers – and the price of survival was dangerously high.
Single Mom Seeking
When she hit 30, single mom and romance columnist Rachel Sarah realized that she had been in domestic overdrive too long.
Years of dishing up macaroni and cheese, picking Barbie accessories up off the rug, mopping the kitchen floor, and trying to get over her ex had all but shut out the possibility of dating and hot sex again.
When her daughter turned three and stopped nursing, a switch was flipped—her libido was back.
And so was her need to find a man.
But motherhood had changed her.
Where once she had been a free-spirited adventuress, now she was first and foremost a mom, dedicated completely to her daughter’s well-being.
In this touching, sexy, and laugh-out-loud funny memoir, Sarah chronicles her ongoing search for the One as she remains a dedicated and involved mom.
It’s not easy crossing over from the land of playdates, dress-up, and raising her daughter on her own to the new frontier of match.com.
Speed dating, singles groups, jdate, and hooking up with men she meets through friends, at the grocery store, or at the pool with her daughter.
Because whenever she thinks about dating Him, she realizes it’s not just about her anymore.
In an Arizona desert, a man wanders in a daze, speaking words that make no sense.
Within twenty-four hours he is dead, his body swiftly cremated by his only known associates.
Halfway around the world, archaeologists make a shocking discovery at a medieval site.
Suddenly they are swept off to the headquarters of a secretive multinational corporation that has developed an astounding technology.
Now this group is about to get a chance not to study the past but to enter it.
And with history opened up to the present, the dead awakened to the living, these men and women will soon find themselves fighting for their very survival — six hundred years ago.
England in the 1520s is a heartbeat from disaster.
If the king dies without a male heir, the country could be destroyed by civil war.
Henry VIII wants to annul his marriage of twenty years and marry Anne Boleyn.
The pope and most of Europe opposes him.
Into this impasse steps Thomas Cromwell: a wholly original man, a charmer and a bully, both idealist and opportunist, astute in reading people, and implacable in his ambition.
But Henry is volatile: one day tender, one day murderous.
Cromwell helps him break the opposition, but what will be the price of his triumph?
The other face of America
Immigrants in America are at the heart of what makes this country the most prosperous and visionary in the world.
Writing from his own heartfelt perspective as an immigrant, Jorge Ramos, one of the world’s most popular and well-respected Spanish-language television news broadcasters, listens to and explores stories of dozens of immigrants.
The ones who decided to change their lives and risk everything — families, jobs, history, and their own culture — in order to pursue a better, freer, and opportunity-filled future in the United States.
In his famously clear voice, Jorge Ramos brings to life the tales of individuals from;
Mexico, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic, among other countries, and explains why they first immigrated, what their dreams are, how they deal with American racism, and what they believe their future in America will hold for them and their children.
From the Vieques controversy to the “Spanglish” phenomenon to the explosion of Latino creativity in the arts, Ramos shows that there is a new face in America — one whose colors and countries of origin are as diverse as the country it has adopted as home.
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