"Bears on the Road to Damascus" presents a mad hodgepodge of the real and the fantastic, a literary buffet designed to please several palates.
In this collection of short stories and essays, often macabre and always touching, strange tales of terror, love, absurdity, violence, loss, and conviction await. Just when things may seem a bit bleak, charming folk tales emerge to inspire and delight. The title story tracks a convoluted murder mystery in the beach town of Santa Roma, a strange place where the ocean hints at favors-but makes no promises.
This collection contains a first-person account of occupying a campus administration building in protest along with hilarious, satirical news articles; a long-lost script of Sarah Palin's Alaska; and a heartfelt essay examining our place in history, and the path forward.
With a little something for everyone, "Bears on the Road to Damascus" is an indescribable and peculiar adventure into pure imagination.
For the last four decades, Tedric Harris' Rolling Bearing Analysis has been the "bible" for engineers involved in rolling bearing technology. Why do so many students and practicing engineers rely on this book? The answer is simple: because of its complete coverage from low- to high-speed applications and full derivations of the underlying mathematics from a leader in the field. The fifth edition of this classic reference is divided conveniently into two volumes, each focused on a specialized area of bearing technology. This option allows you to select the coverage that is best suited to your needs.
Mrs. GilleyWilley, A Magical Nanny's Adventure Story Series THE BLUE EARED BEAR A Nanny and a little girl use magic roller-skates to go though the Enchanted Forest to a recycle store. She finds a sad teddy bear crammed onto a shelf where he was thrown. His self esteem is low because of hurtful teasing. Olivia Ann helps build him up to a new and happy bear. This is a great story regarding anti-bullying. GIGGLE COOKIES. Mrs. GilleyWilley's special recipe is so good it makes people giggle when they eat the cookies. This is a fun story about garden elves, disappearing cookies, a flying thank you note that can talk out-loud and a special cooking jar. This yummy adventure story includes Mom, Mrs. GilleyWilley, Olivia Ann and BB-Bear a talking Teddy Bear and an assortment of flying elves..
In clear, easy-to-grasp language, the author covers many of the topics that you will need to know in order to launch and run a successful business venture.
ADULT READING! (CONTAINS GRAPHIC VIOLENCE AND GRAPHIC LANGUAGE) 1876 White Bear: A Cheyenne Dog Soldier is an exciting collage of historical detail and riveting fiction. (The historical violence contained in this book is written as true to actual events as possible) The mystery-thriller carries reader through the life of an enslaved young Indian boy who escapes his captors and methodically trains to become one of the most elite and feared Native American warriors: a Cheyenne dog soldier. White Bear deftly executes his revenge for the massacres of his father, mother, two sisters and family members at Sand Creek in Colorado and Washita River in Indian Territory (Oklahoma). Two lawmen from the Texas Panhandle find their towns in peril from a unknown, horrific enemy. Baffled by the heinous murders, they join forces with a criminal investigation specialist in Chicago to identify and track the brutal killer. The plight and hardship of the Plains Indians, particularly the Cheyenne, during the late 1800s unfolds as a mesmerizing backdrop for this story of an obscure and swiftly changing era in American history.
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