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Swimsuit

A reporter Ben Hawkins is conducting his own research into the case, hoping to help the victim and get an idea for his next bestseller. With no leads and no closer to uncovering the kidnapper's identity than when he stepped off the plane, Ben gets a shocking visit that pushes him into an impossible-to-resist deal with the devil.

Sidelights on Relativity

Albert Einstein. Who doesn’t know his name! Famous physicist, he changed our views on life, the way we see everything around us. He got the Noble Prize for physics and was called the person of the century by Times.
For sure you have heard about him and know all these as well as his merry face showing you a tongue… But do you know the Theory of Relativity?.. You sure?.. If you are interested, this book is for you.

Shelters, Shacks and Shanties

First published in 1914 by one of the originators of American school of Boy Scouts Beard Daniel Carter, the book Shelters, Shacks And Shanties contains illustrated and detailed plans that display 50 variants of building a shelter using only the materials available in the forest or any improvised means. With this book a simple shelter can be changed to a log cabin. It is a must have book for those who are keen on travelling and camping, love nature and have zeal to create.

scrambles amongst the alps in the years 1860 69

The book written by Edward Whymper, a famous illustrator, writer, explorer and climber, is a real discovery for those readers who love nature and especially mountains. The author focuses not only the English history of mountaineering in the Victorian epoch, but also on the beauty of the mountainous regions and the possible risks in mountaineering. Edward Whymper is known as the first who has conquered Matterhorn so his impressions about his ascend are especially valuable. In his description other peaks of the Andes and the Alps with their fascinating beauty are included.

Skylark Three

One of the Skylark series of an early science fiction author Edward Elmer Smith this book brings to mind modern quark and sub-quark theories of elementary particle physics. It’s a story about interstellar travels of genius inventor adventurer Dr. Richard Seaton. The plot teems with dangers, threatening to the galaxy and everyone who tries to resist severe Fenachrones.
Fantastic worlds, alien planets, wonders of technology will captivate the reader’s imagination with its brightness; in spite of the fact the novel saw the light of the day in 1930.

Slovenly Betsy

Dr. Heinrich Hoffman’s book for children, especially girls. It is a collection of classic tales in verse, telling of mischievous girls, whose pranks were often the reasons of their disasters. The book is a remarkable example of a Victorian story.

sandals and other fabrics from kentucky caves

schnick schnack trifles for the little ones

sinners and saints a tour across the states and round them with three months

1883. Contents: From New York to Chicago; From Chicago to Denver; In Leadville; From Leadville to Salt Lake City; The City of the Honey-Bee; Legislation Against Plurality; Sua Si Bona Norint; Could the Mormons Fight?; The Saints and the Red Men; Representative and Unrepresentative Mormonism; Through the Mormon Settlements; From Nephi to Manti; From Manti to Glenwood; From Glenwood to Monroe; At Monroe; Jacob Hamblin; Through Marysvale to Kingston; From Kingston to Orderville; Mormon Virtues; Down the Ontario Mine; From Utah into Nevada; From Nevada into California; and Through the Cowboys' Country. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

squash tennis

Squash Tennis is one of the few racquet and ball indoor sports that can be termed honestly and strictly "American" in origin, whereas Squash Racquets has its roots in England going as far back as the 1850s. The game spread to America in the 1880s and the first real organized Squash Racquets play was in 1882 at St. Paul's Prep School, in Concord, New Hampshire.

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