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Cammie Up!: Memoir of a Recon Marine in Vietnam, 1967-1968

Steven A. Johnson - 2011
    Only 17 when he enlisted in 1964, Johnson deployed to Vietnam with the 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion, 3rd Marine Division, and his tour included such now famous locations as Phu Bai, Khe Sanh, Nha Trang and Quang Tri, among others. With a sometimes humorous tone, Johnson describes a war of often terrified high school and college-aged youngsters faced with exotic plant and animal life, monsoon rains, harrowing reconnaissance missions and death. Details are plentiful about tactics, equipment, geography and, always, fellow Marines.

The Talamasca (Anne Rice's The Queen of The Damned #5)

Faye Perozich - 1992

Rage Comics

M. Gusto - 2011
    150 Rage Comics in glorious paperback. This is a collection arranged bound and assembled with some of best and funniest representations of them. A great gift or book for your comic collection.

Vision and the Scarlet Witch (1985-1986) #1

Steve Englehart
    He's a synthetic man! She's a mutant sorceress! Once they were outcasts, but now they have each other, and a love which can withstand every danger they face! Steve Englehart and Richard Howell present…Vision and the Scarlet Witch!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Color Classics #1

Kevin Eastman - 1984
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Pran Kumar Sharma - 2015
    Thus CHACHA CHAUDHARY was born in 1971.Tall and robust SABU, who is an inhabitant of planet Jupiter, gave Chaudhary an ideal company. A combination of wisdom and strength was formed to tackle any difficult task. It is said that " Chacha Chaudhary's brain works faster than a computer". Though both fight the criminals and tricksters, each episode ends with a touch of humour. The duo perform in lighter vein. The CHAUDHARY family consists of his wife Bini, a fat sharp tongue woman, Sabu, Rocket - the dog and Dag- Dag, an old truck who is half human- half machine. Chacha Chaudhary is the most popular Indian comics. More than 10 million readers enjoy this series regularly in newspapers and comic books in ten languages. A T.V. serial based on the comics has crossed 500 episodes and still continue to be telecast on premier channel "Sahara ONE".

A Moment on the Lips

J. Taylor - 2021

Dante's Inferno: The Graphic Novel

Joseph Lanzara - 2012
    Now you can experience this major work of world literature in a simplified adaptation. This graphic novel pulls no punches. Dante’s harrowing journey through Hell is not for the squeamish. It is a powerful, but ultimately inspiring story of sin, punishment, self-sacrifice, and redemption.

Cherry on Top

Elise Noble - 2017
    We should treat each other with respect.” When Cherry Sanders gets unceremoniously dumped by Craig, those are his parting words. And she tries, really she does. But when Craig accidentally lets slip how he really feels, Cherry and Olivia, her boss at the Red Velvet bakery, decide a little revenge is the only option. Enter copious amounts of frosting, one shiny BMW, and Lachlan, a handsome astro…astro… Does it really matter after what they do? Just pass the damn wine… Cherry on Top is a standalone romantic comedy novella in the Blackwood UK series - no cliffhanger!

Blue Steele - Daddy's Girl

Remington Kane - 2018
    From REMINGTON KANE, the author of the TANNER SeriesBLUE STEELE - DADDY'S GIRLBook 7 of the Blue Steele Series & the Series FinaleBlue gets involved in a tense stand-off with a woman whose life mirrors her own, although they've walked on different sides of the law.

I Hope You're Happy Now

P.F. Ford - 2017
    And as if murder wasn’t enough, the case quickly becomes intertwined with a spate of burglaries targeting single women. As Sarah struggles to balance the demands of a complex murder investigation with her troubled family life, the revelation that the killer could be closer to home than she’d ever imagined possible makes her wonder if coming back to work was just a huge mistake.

Taken, But I Want You

Krystal Armstead - 2016
    No matter how much time has passed. This was the case for David “Blue” Jacobs. At the age of sixteen, Blue’s adoptive mother moved him from Greenville, North Carolina to Washington, D.C. in search for a better life. She thought that she was making a better way for Blue, but she only turned him into more of a monster. It wasn’t until the loss of a loved one that Blue decided to straighten up his life and leave the streets alone.When Blue left Greenville, he left behind his best friend, Chrystal Alison. Chrystal’s life was dependent upon her relationship with Blue. Misused, abused, and abandoned, Chrystal turned her life over to the hands of those she thought would help her. Chrystal finds herself trapped between a lifestyle that she doesn’t want to live and the people that she feels obligated to take care of by any means necessary.Just when Blue thought it was safe to say that he’d never see Chrystal again, every step he takes seemed to led him right back to her. The heart wants what the heart wants. No matter how many times you tell yourself that you’re better off without that person, a part of you will never be able to let go. Take a ride with these characters on their journey to recovery, forgiveness, and closure.

Clive Barker Omnibus

Gabriel Hernandez - 1999
    With no shortage of sprawling high-concept, spine-chilling thrills, and inspired art, the Clive Barker Omnibus is a great launching point into his dark universe.

Harlequin Comics Best Selection Vol. 6 [sample]

Earithen - 2015
    This is a collection of free-previews of Harlequin Comics!The vol.006 is featuring OlymposThis bundle offers The Darkest Night 1, The Darkest Night 2, The Darkest Kiss 1, The Darkest Kiss 2, The Darkest Pleasure 1,and The Darkest Pleasure 2.Please check [Bundle] Harlequin Comics Best Selection vol.6 to read the whole story!

The Art of Impossibility

Bill Wahl - 2012
    His farcical attempts to renew his identity expose him to a world of relationships he can no longer avoid – a world where Mary Magellan, an unpredictable conceptual artist, becomes important in ways Michael could not have imagined. A world where Michael must rely on Larry, a disgraced professor of logic, Sam, a lonely metal head living in his basement, and Julie, a manager of the Vital Records Department who takes a VERY personal interest in Michael’s problems. Hilarious, sad, and relevant. Here is a story of psychological collapse and the possibilities that exist at the boundaries of human experience.