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Tribba loves running the local B&B, but hasn’t had a customer in a while. When a magickless mage enters her inn, she finally sees an opportunity to get rid of those pesky elves once and for all—by challenging them to a competition, where their castle and her inn are at stake.
No matter how hard Feza tries, J.S. two Ruby will always defeat his class in any competition the school organises, so much so that he decides not to participate in the next competition which is a very sensitive debate. When his class’ debate-invite card is stolen, he decides to go after Ruby class who will do any and everything to win.
Ruling Classes is a darkly comic laugh out loud exploration of two schools going to war. Martin Dimery is a performer, director and writer. His work includes the critically acclaimed biography "Being John Lennon", and the widely performed solo revue "Shakespeare Rattle and Roll."
The competition is over, so what? My ex Kendrick is still dead. I lay awake in the castle, awaiting his wee killer. “Come and get me,” I shouted to the world days and days and days ago.
Kill or be killed should be made into a rule in the Land of the Fair−My grandfather the King would approve. Although, the expectation alone may be the death of me.
I’ve thought up a new motto. Hunt or be hunted.
In a world ruled by those who own dragons it is almost impossible to change your station in life. Fen, an orphan with a short life expectancy, is faced with a difficult decision when he's caught trying to steal a dragon for his master. Should he risk everything, including his blood boiling in his veins, for the chance of a future or remain with his corrupt master.
Fire on the Mountain is the blazing hot story of Susan Haven and the destruction of the Haven triplets, Susan plots to bring down Jack and Jason. Will a murder investigation by Detective Mike Eiser provide the fuel she needs to burn the Haven family down?
A pawn in a game between her husband and his brothers, the Haven family is a powder keg; and Susan’s lighting the match.
There are some everlasting truths about selling. One is that people buy from people. Another one is that people judge you by your shoes, i.e., how well they shine. Another one is that selling is war; the art of war applies.
I’m a copier samurai, something Alice thinks is utterly ridiculous.
The product of a dysfunctional family, an assassin specializing in high profile murders under exclusive contract to a noted crime family, finds the work does not pay well. So he assumes the identity of his identical twin sister and enters a similar agreement with a rival family in organized crime. All goes well, until his newest employer decides to eliminate the competition.
Our damaged democracy threatens Americans’ welfare, their environment and even their democracy. This quick-reading, yet enlightening, book tells how American democracy broke, explains our current peril, and shows how we can restore American democracy to our people.
He served his country in the military and later for the organization. The doubts about his missions made Pops long for retirement. But you never knew when the organization could decide it’s time for you to take a no benefit, no breathing, retirement package. When he announced he was done, he wondered if this final mission was a way for the organization to permanently deal with his retirement.