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No Pleasure Cruise by Tom Frame

Title No Pleasure Cruise
Author Tom Frame
Publisher Allen & Unwin Academic
Release 2004
Category History
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9781741142334
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In 1901 Australia's fledgling Federal Government assumed the responsibility for the new nation's defence. Their first task was to take the aged and obsolete remnants of the colonies' navies and create a national navy to defend our island's coastal waters and overseas trade routes. For the first 40 years the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) was designed to serve alongside the Royal Navy, and resembled it in everything but scale. After the Second World War the RAN developed along US lines but, despite these overseas ties, the RAN has developed its own proud character and tradition and has entered the twenty-first century as a confident and independent force in its own right. In No Pleasure Cruise, Australia's best-known naval historian, Dr Tom Frame, charts the RAN's emergence as one of the world's strongest and most respected navies, and its evolving relationship with the Australian public, press and parliament.

Pleasure Cruise by Yolanda Wallace

Title Pleasure Cruise
Author Yolanda Wallace
Publisher Bold Strokes Books Inc
Release 2018-07-17
Category Fiction
Total Pages
ISBN 1635552206
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Spencer Collins lives life virtually, keeping the real world—and everyone in it—at a distance. When she’s given a chance to spend a week surrounded by sun, sand, and hundreds of women on a lesbian cruise, she has the opportunity to venture outside her comfort zone. If, that is, she can muster the courage. When Amy Donovan is named cruise director for a trip to the Caribbean, her mission is twofold: keep her scandal-plagued company’s reputation afloat and her hands off the passengers. Both prove problematic when she’s blindsided by her attraction to the sweet and adorably shy Spencer, only to discover a stranger’s quest for revenge threatens to turn their dream trip into a nightmare. Sailing the high seas might turn the tide of romance their way, if the killer doesn’t get there first.

Revitalizing the Pleasure Cruise Industry by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Subcommittee on Merchant Marine

Title Revitalizing the Pleasure Cruise Industry
Author United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Subcommittee on Merchant Marine
Publisher
Release 1982
Category Ships
Total Pages 32
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Pleasure Cruise by Anthony J Broughton

Title Pleasure Cruise
Author Anthony J Broughton
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release 2017-01-13
Category Fiction
Total Pages 242
ISBN 1524666041
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When boatyard directors Mike Randle and Suzie Drake hire out their refurbished sixty-foot yacht, the engaged couple has no idea that their clients will not be returning it to them. Instead, the police deliver the news a few days later that the now smashed vessel has been found drifting in the English Channel with three bodies aboard. Worse yet, the yacht may have been hired to smuggle drugs. As repairs on the yacht begin, workers soon find hidden drugs stashed inside the vessel. After Mike and Suzie collect the drugs and prepare to hand the packages over to the police, armed drug dealers invade their home in search of the stash. After a shootout leaves one of the gunmen dead and the other vowing to kill the boatyard directors, Mike is run off the road and badly injured in a motorcycle accident. While he recuperates, he and Suzie agree to let a director use their refitted yacht in a television pilot. As they head to Ibiza for the filming, Mike and Suzie have no clue that someone is trailing them, and that their adventure has just begun.

The Pleasure Cruise Mystery by Robin Forsythe

Title The Pleasure Cruise Mystery
Author Robin Forsythe
Publisher Dean Street Press
Release 2015-12-28
Category Fiction
Total Pages 300
ISBN 1911095153
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“What’s the matter?” Vereker asked breathlessly, and at the same moment realised that the mass lying at Ricardo’s feet was the body of a woman. “Has she fainted?” “It’s Mrs. Mesado, Algernon,” replied Ricardo, “and if I’m not mistaken, she’s dead.” Algernon Vereker’s best friend Manuel Ricardo is looking forward to a cruise on the luxury liner Mars, and persuades an overwrought Vereker to join him. Once on board, Ricky’s mind is on romance while the amiable and eccentric Vereker is keener to relax with a cigar and a good book - until murder at sea means an abrupt detour into spine-chilling mystery. Vereker starts to investigate Mrs Mesado’s demise, which presents many baffling features - beneath borrowed gloves, the lady’s hands were cut and bruised; and where was the diamond necklace she had been wearing earlier that evening? These and other conundrums must be solved before Vereker can bring the culprit (or culprits) to justice, but as Ricky sagely observes: “half the fun of eating a nut is cracking the shell”. The Pleasure Cruise Mystery (1933), a light-hearted but lethal maritime whodunit, is the third Algernon Vereker detective novel. It is republished here for the first time in over 70 years, and includes a new introduction by crime fiction historian Curtis Evans. ‘Before all is cleared up the reader has raced excitedly through a thoroughly sound and quite unusual yarn.’ Aberdeen Press

Title Inside the Twisted Mind of Rifle Range Boy
Author Farouk Gulsara
Publisher asokan shamuganathan
Release 2014-12-04
Category Humor
Total Pages 253
ISBN 9671315305
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Entering a new phase of his life, RRB found himself in the company of solitary confinement dearth of intelligent life form. Solitude trickled his grey cells to trigger some questions about life and its intricacies. Hence began the outpouring of his thoughts into cyberspace for nobody to hear. This is a compilation of some of his thought provoking posts from his blog, Rifle Range Boy (asokan63.blogspot.com). His tangential flight of ideas may not be politically correct or be universally acceptable but what the heck, it is his party and he could cry if he wants to!

Real Lessons in Reel Life by Farouk Gulsara

Title Real Lessons in Reel Life
Author Farouk Gulsara
Publisher asokan shamuganathan
Release 2017-12-27
Category Art
Total Pages 308
ISBN 9671315313
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Plato said that all art is mimetic by nature; art is an imitation of life. Some things in life are best not spoken but seen. What cannot be expressed in the real world is nuanced subtly in innuendos under the cloak of artistic license.Lasting impressions on the mind, Gazing into the abyss through the pupil, it is anybody's guess what actually goes on there. Cinema, the seventh form of art, may have the potential to awaken the the sleeping giant within us to yonder beyond the outer and inner limits of our imagination.

Miz Suzie s Boy by Herman Flora

Title Miz Suzie s Boy
Author Herman Flora
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release 2005-09-15
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 568
ISBN 1413456855
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Miz Suzie's Boy" is a remarkable book about a Negro boy, born into abject poverty during the Great Depression to a teenage mother. Hardships of the depression included shooting crows for meals and keeping hand-me-down shoes together with string and newspaper. Negroes in the town of West Munden, a few miles south of Norfolk, cared deeply for each other. Poverty was pervasive and the "old folks" talked incessantly about becoming millionaires, but children were unaware of the degree of how badly things really were. Together, families banded together to combat blatant racism and rise above the negative impact of the Ku Klux Klan. His early home training fostered a love of God, Country, and Family. He was taught to work hard, practice thrift, speak honestly and with integrity, maintain his individuality, and relentlessly pursue an education. Childhood was a happy time for Herman and he spent many hours playing with relatives, neighborhood children and "make believe" toys. Flora moved to an adjoining community, South Norfolk, when he was eleven, and made new friends. He joined the Boy Scouts and strictly lived by the Scout Oath and its precepts. This later helped to keep him mentally awake and morally straight. Friendship (puppy love) for a classmate hastened his efforts to enter the U.S. Army, as an under-aged youth with the hope of finding her in the Philippines. Flora entered the Army, trained at Aberdeen, Maryland and cavorted with prostitutes and pimps whenever he was granted leave. He journeyed overseas on a troopship with fifteen hundred soldiers. The boredom and tedium of the voyage was downplayed by the laughter, witty banter, and frequent exchange of incredible lies. Arriving overseas, he started his first job as a latrine orderly. Flora found the Army reasonably challenging, thrived, and became Acting First Sergeant of a medial detachment within months. Frequent interactions and frank discussions with long time career soldiers constantly reminded him of the need for a good education. He returned to Norfolk from the Army, finished his last year of high school and enrolled at Howard University. College was demanding of his mind and time during the week, and only the weekends were available for frolicking, football, fraternities, and girls. Beautiful young ladies consumed every spare moment until he identified and pursued "the one", a ministers' daughter. Together, they lovingly reared seven college educated, children. Herman pursued ownership of several businesses and finally decided to make his million dollars brokering real estate. He accepted an Executive Level position with the U.S. Department of Commerce, Office of Minority Business Enterprise (OMBE) where he patiently assisted national minority businesses with their growth and expansion. In a very poignant letter sent from Africa to his grandchildren and other grandchildren of the world he reflected on several world problems. encouraged them to diligently educate and prepare themselves for the next century and never lose sight of God, goals and a good life.

No 1 by Antony J Stowers

Title No 1
Author Antony J Stowers
Publisher Lulu.com
Release 2020-02-06
Category Fiction
Total Pages 522
ISBN 0244158339
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Set in Regency England 1810-1825, 'No. 1' - draws on the real and the imagined from every region of the North East of England present or instrumental in the true story of the opening of the Stockton to Darlington Railway on 27th September 1825. Please note that the same book is also being sold globally with the current 'rail monument' cover as well as the limited edition Cuneo cover which is only being sold to UK/GB residents excluding Commonwealth countries. The content of both books is identical but not the covers. The Cuneo cover is a 500 run limited edition. This, the standard cover issue, has no print-run limit.

No Escape Zone by Nick Richardson

Title No Escape Zone
Author Nick Richardson
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2017-01-19
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 320
ISBN 0751568996
Language English, Spanish, and French
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On 16th April 1994, Nick Richardson was shot down over the beseiged Bosnian Muslim town of Gorazde, his plane hit by a surface-to-air missile. NO ESCAPE ZONE is the story of Richardson's journey to the Bosnian theatre of war and his descent into the hell of the war-torn Balkans. It recounts in graphic detail the rigorous training as his aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal steamed full tilt to the Adriatic, his missions over Bosnia and the dramatic shootdown itself. But that was merely the beginning. Picked up by Muslim forces, he rapidly learnt that nothing was what it seemed in the former Yugoslavia. When the Serbs stormed Gorazde, Richardson - now teamed with a crack SAS unit - found the Muslims turning against them. A dangerous escape became their only option, because capture meant almost certain death. An action-packed narrative in the bestselling tradition of Sabre Squadron and TORNADO DOWN, Nick Richardson's first-hand account of his breakout from the besieged town is one of the most gripping, untold escape stories of the modern era.

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