In Molly Harper’s witty new paranormal romance, a rare-book expert is delivering a package to Half Moon Hollow when her plane goes down, and a sexy vampire comes to her rescue. He’s clearly got ulterior motives, but does he want to date her…or devour her? Delivering a rare book to a valued customer is definitely part of mild-mannered archivist Anna Whitfield’s job description. You know what isn’t? Protecting her precious cargo from mid-flight theft by the very pilot who is flying her to Half-Moon Hollow…while trying to appear as unappetizing as possible to the only other passenger, a vampire. Undead bookstore owner Jane Jameson could be waiting a very long time for her book. Possibly forever. Fortunately, Anna’s dashing fanged companion Finn Palmeroy helps her fend off the attack, but not before their plane crash lands in the forest hundreds of miles from civilization. Great, now she’s stranded with a priceless tome and a rakish vampire whose bedtime is fast approaching. Why does everyone want this book so badly, anyway? Anna just wants to get it to Jane before Finn decides to turn her into dinner—or sweep her off her feet. Okay, the second option is really tempting. But they’re not out of the woods yet…
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A provocative assessment of how the endangered statuses of predatory animals reflect the planet's ecological health is a cautionary account that draws direct links between dwindling numbers of great cats, flying raptors, and giant fish and threatening increases in wild herd populations, insects, and disease. 25,000 first printing.
- Author : Anonim
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1980
- Genre : Fishing
- Pages : 32
- ISBN : UIUC:30112018142437
First published in 1980, Gather ye Wild Things is not a field guide in the strictest sense but rather a meditation on some of the most common and useful plants in North America. The volume's fifty-two brief essays--each focusing on a particular species of subject during a season in which it is like to come to the would-be gatherer's attention--touch on culinary, medicinal, and cosmetic uses for wildlings.
And experience the peculiar embarrassment of frying the state record trout for breakfast."--BOOK JACKET. "Wild Thing is at once a funny, lively discourse on life in the Idaho wilds, and a very personal account of the work of Idaho Fish and Game officials, people we too often dehumanize as uncaring bureaucrats."--Jacket.
A continuation of the series originally edited by the late Terry Carr, this anthology contains stories by Ursula K. LeGuin, Kim Stanley Robinson, and Bruce Sterling
- Author : howard r. garis
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1918
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : 9876543210XXX
Facing trouble at home with his father gone and his mother and sister uninterested in him, Max runs away from home during an argument only to end up in the land of the Wild Things.
A Musical View of the Universe is a study of the relationships between spoken myth and musical ritual in a native Brazilian community, the Carib-speaking Kalpalo of the Upper Xingu Basin. The book focuses on the meanings created and expressed through performance of artistic processes in which sound symbols provide a unifying interpretive matrix. Through sound symbols, Kalpalo ideas about types of beings, their relationships, and activities of mind are conceived, represented, and rendered apparent. The book includes the first collection of South American Indian narratives translated directly from the original language from taped performances. Ellen B. Basso's translations take into account the interaction among participants in the storytelling situation and the qualities of narrative performance that result.
My Slider Didn't Bite Shakti Sen, the ingenious scout for the New York baseball franchise, had been promoted to the position of general manager. As a general manager, he foresees the trades, and has the responsibility of revitalizing a team built on high salaries and useless players. In his attempt at salvaging the New York baseball spirit, Shakti must face the owner's wrath, somehow survive the continuous barrage of criticism from the New York fans that appear to love to lose faith in him with every acquisition, and manage to ward off a rival itching for his position. Along the way, the troubled young man copes with the world lying outside the stadium and must come to terms with the thought of failure