Shandy Takes The Hook [Illustrated]

Louis L'Amour - 2014
    Deputy Bently Wanted a Plumb Peacful Vote—So He Had to Blast a Crook to Hell-an-gone! 1800 Words Wild West Weekly, September 6 1941 LORD FAUNTLEROY Western Verse by S. Omar Barker 400 Words Thrilling Western, November 1935 HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOUR WEST? Feature Quiz 200 Words This edition features 15+ images between illustrations to the stories and features, in-house ads, covers to the pulps that published these and what-not.

If You Liked School, You'll Love Work...

Irvine Welsh - 2007
     Part of the Storycuts series, this short story was previously published in the collection If You Liked School, You'll Love Work.

Rig Warrior

William W. Johnstone - 1987
    In a busted marriage, he learned how to be a survivor. And in Washington, he learned how to make big money, consulting with the U.S. government on weapons. Then he got a message from home. Someone had come after his old man -- and turned Barry Rivers into the deadliest enemy of all...Now Rivers is back behind the wheel of a midnight blue Kenworth -- a hard-swearing, hard-driving, tightly-packed blonde named Kate and his dog named "Dog" by his side. With a few good trucking friends. Rivers has the fire-power to take on an army. He'll need it. Because a contract to haul Sale Secure Transport has plunged him into a world of betrayal, corruption, and violence that is killing everyone around him. And the only way to stop a coming war is to start one first -- behind the barrel of an uzi.

On the Road

John Escott - 2009
    [Penguin Readers Level 5]

You Can Never Outgrow I Am

Neville Goddard - 2011
    And when he finds this God he tells his brothers, saying: “If I had not come and spoken to you, you would have no sin, but now you have no excuse for your sins.” God reveals himself to man as his eternal contemporary, saying: “Unless you believe that I am he, you will die in your sins,” but man finds it almost impossible to keep the tense. He thinks of God in the third person, addresses him in the second person, but can only know God in a first person, present tense experience. Just imagine - no one can sin until God reveals himself to the individual in a first person, present tense experience. Only then can man have no excuse for his sin. And when one who finds God tells his brothers, he receives no greater reception than the first one did, because they see him as a man of flesh and blood, and cannot see this invisible being who says: “I came down from heaven.” Man is looking for Christ to come from without, but his revelation is whispered from within.


Stephen King - 2019
    King. Do not let the lack of light stop you from discovering more adventures and stories that will keep you up at night and ignite the imagination. There is no place to hide in, THE DARKNESS!

Glam Italia! How to Travel Italy: Secrets To Glamorous Travel (On A Not So Glamorous Budget)

Corinna Cooke - 2018
     Do you want to see the glamorous side of Italy but think it’s out of your budget? Does preparing for international travel leave you feeling anxious? Do you worry about falling into a tourist trap? Italian travel guide and blogger Corinna Cooke has years of experience creating glamorous private vacations throughout every corner of the country. And now she’s here to share her insider tips so you can make the most of your Italian adventure. Glam Italia! How to Travel Italy is your all-in-one guide for crafting your personalized dream vacation. You’ll create an itinerary that’s custom-fit to your interests: from world-renowned art to mouthwatering cuisine, from breathtaking landscapes to trendsetting fashion. With this guide you’ll learn how to find hidden gems and get insider’s advice for touring Italy’s most famous attractions. Whether you plan to travel in style or on a shoestring budget, you’ll discover hidden gems and little-known advice for touring Italy’s most famous attractions. With Cooke’s hassle-free guide, you’ll finally learn to sit back and savor your authentic Italian experience like a local. In Glam Italia! How To Travel Italy, you'll discover: - Step-by-step methods for planning your entire trip, regardless of time or budget - Lists of the best cuisines, and wines by region to satisfy any appetite - Optimum lengths of time to visit each attraction so you can get the best bang for your buck - Simple tips for booking flights that will save hundreds of dollars from your bottom line - Precautions you can take to stay safe and healthy while traveling and much, much more! Glam Italia! How To Travel Italy is your glamorous go-to travel guide for experiencing this charming Mediterranean destination. If you like practical tips, insider advice from a local expert, and stress-free planning, then you’ll love Corinna Cooke’s handbook for your dream vacation. Buy Glam Italia! How To Travel Italy, and pack your bags for a very fabulous, once-in-a-lifetime adventure!

Archie #558

Archie Comics - 1943
    Then in "Barbecue Blunder," sometimes it's fun to reminisce about picnics gone by!

Spike Milligan: Man of Letters

Spike Milligan - 2013
    Unlike his scripts, poetry, fiction or even his unique war memoirs, these letters show Milligan's talent raw and unvarnished - irreverent, often brazen, sometimes cutting, frequently outrageous - a reflection of his complex personality. Spike Milligan: Man of Letters presents a rich selection of the funniest and most revealing of his missives - most of which have never been seen before. It includes correspondence with the most famous politicians, actors, celebrities and rock stars of his day, and takes the reader behind the scenes in his wrangles with producers, publishers, editors and his impervious manager-agent. It also includes letters to a host of unlikely individuals on some surprising subjects: rounded teabags ('what did you do with the corners?'), backless hospital gowns ('beyond my comprehension'), heartfelt apologies ('pardon me for being alive') and the pressing issue of the imbalance of male and female ducks in London's parks. Here, then, is the real Spike: obsessive, rude, generous and relentlessly witty. Spike Milligan (1918-2002) was one of the greatest and most influential comedians of the twentieth century. Over the course of his astonishing career, he wrote over eighty books of fiction, poetry, plays, cartoons, children's stories and his unique war memoirs. Norma Farnes was Spike Milligan's agent, manager, mother confessor and friend for thirty-six years. Her books include Spike: An Intimate Memoir, Memories of Milligan and Milligan's Meaning of Life. She lives with her partner in London and Yorkshire.

Lonely Planet Sri Lanka

Lonely Planet - 1996
    Follow in the footsteps of Buddha and modern-day pilgrims to the summit of Adam's Peak, wander the crumbling ruins and lost cities of the cultural triangle in the heart of the island or explore undiscovered beaches on the recently reopened east coast; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Sri Lanka and begin your journey now!Inside Lonely Planet's Sri Lanka Travel Guide:Colour maps and images throughoutHighlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interestsInsider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spotsEssential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, pricesHonest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sight-seeing, going out, shopping, hidden gems that most guidebooks missCultural insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel experience - tea, cuisine, wildlife, historyMore than 50 mapsCovers Colombo, Galle, South, West and East coasts, the hill country, Jaffna, the ancient cities and moreAuthors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet, Ryan Ver Berkmoes, Stuart Butler, Iain Stewart.About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travellers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves.

A Christmas Carol

Marion G. Harmon - 2019
    It’s time for snowball fights and Christmas lights, family and tradition. So when Astra is attacked by a villain she’s never seen before, and saved by Faith, her sister in another reality, she takes her home for Christmas. That alone would have made it the most amazing Corrigan Family Christmas ever—but when Christmas morning dawns and the world awakens to find that Santa Claus really, truly delivered on the wishes of millions of children around the world, Astra and Joyeuse Guard are called upon to find out what happened. Because they may just have to save Christmas. ----------------------------------------------------- Wearing the Cape: A Christmas Carol, takes place after Wearing the Cape Book 8.

We Need To Talk About Ross: A True History Of The Ocarroll Kelly Gang

Ross O'Carroll-Kelly - 2009
    Lover. Bon viviant. Cad. Ross O'Carroll-Kelly is many things to many people. But 10 years after he lifted the Leinster Schools Senior Cup, Ireland's most beloved rogue remains one of its most misunderstood figures.

Central America

Carolyn McCarthy - 2010
    Whether one wants to explore ancient Maya ruins, zip through rainforest canopies, or search out the best surf breaks, this seventh edition is the key to adventure in Central America.

ResurrXion Free Previews Spotlight #1

    Get an exclusive, behind-the-scenes at the incredible RESURRXION titles including X-MEN GOLD, ROYALS, X-MEN BLUE, and so much more!

The Forest Is Crying

Charles de Lint - 2020