The Michael Gray Novels

Author: Henry Kuttner
Publisher: Diversion Books
ISBN: 162681452X
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From “a neglected master”: All four murder mysteries featuring the psychoanalyst turned sleuth in 1950s San Francisco (Ray Bradbury, author of Fahrenheit 451). Dr. Michael Gray is constantly drawn into the lives, and murders, of his clientele. Fortunately, this unconventional detective’s eye for human behavior just might keep him out of mortal danger . . . The Murder of Eleanor Pope: When a woman is killed in a foggy San Francisco park, the police suspect it was a robbery gone terribly wrong, but Dr. Gray’s troubled new patient may be the key to the truth. The Murder of Ann Avery: Everyone thinks a juvenile delinquent murdered Ann Avery, but Dr. Gray has a whole list of potential suspects—if someone doesn’t kill them first. Murder of a Mistress: When a call girl is murdered, four people confess to the deed. But the evidence points to one of Dr. Gray’s patients. Heiress Eileen Herrick may be a wild child, but Gray is out to prove she’s no killer. Murder of a Wife: Dr. Gray’s new patient is housewife Karen Champion. He was warned she’s a pathological liar, but he finds it difficult to ignore her claim that her husband is trying to kill her . . . “Kuttner is magic.” —Joe R. Lansdale, author of The Thicket

David Gray

Author: Michael Heatley
Publisher: Music Sales Group
ISBN: 9780711988675
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Acclaimed for updating the singer-songwriter format for the new millennium, David Gray has been compared to Bob Dylan, Van Morrison and Nick Drake. This book tells the story of the Manchester-born singer whose album White Ladder has sold over a million copies. It includes a full discography.

Stephen King

Author: EPUB 2-3
Publisher: Infobase Learning
ISBN: 1438147783
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David Gray A Biography

Author: Michael Heatley
Publisher: Omnibus Press
ISBN: 0857120522
Size: 62.54 MB
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The first biography of Manchester born singer David Gray, from his early years in obscurity though the gradual building of support in Ireland to the huge mainstream success of the White Ladder album, which has sold over a million copies in the UK and produced massive hit singles, Babylon and Please Forgive Me. Updated and revised to cover the chart-topping follow-up album, A New Day At Midnight.

Bob Dylan And The British Sixties

Author: Tudor Jones
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0429788487
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Britain played a key role in Bob Dylan's career in the 1960s. He visited Britain on several occasions and performed across the country both as an acoustic folk singer and as an electric-rock musician. His tours of Britain in the mid-1960s feature heavily in documentary films such as D.A. Pennebaker's Don't Look Back and Martin Scorsese's No Direction Home and the concerts contain some of his most acclaimed ever live performances. Dylan influenced British rock musicians such as The Beatles, The Animals, and many others; they, in turn, influenced him. Yet this key period in Dylan's artistic development is still under-represented in the extensive literature on Dylan. Tudor Jones rectifies that glaring gap with this deeply researched, yet highly readable, account of Dylan and the British Sixties. He explores the profound impact of Dylan on British popular musicians as well as his intense, and at times fraught, relationship with his UK fan base. He also provides much interesting historical context – cultural, social, and political – to give the reader a far greater understanding of a defining period of Dylan's hugely varied career. This is essential reading for all Dylan fans, as well as for readers interested in the tumultuous social and cultural history of the 1960s.

Genreflecting

Author: Cynthia Orr
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610694619
Size: 69.69 MB
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The gold standard for readers' advisory, this book represents an essential resource for LIS students and practicing librarians who want to better understand readers, reading interests, and fiction and nonfiction genres.

Australian Children S Books 1989 2000

Author: Marcie Muir
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780522850888
Size: 68.43 MB
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All Australian children's books published from 1989 to 2000 are listed in this essential reference for those who appreciate the richness of Australian writing for children. Following the same format as volumes 1 and 2 in this series chronicling books published as early as 1774, entries include publishing details, the number of illustrations, and the awards received for each book. This third volume follows the continuing careers of authors such as Mem Fox, Bob Graham, Robin Klein, and Paul Jennings, and traces changes in the popularity of Australian themes and settings to identify publishing trends. Varied cultural aspects of modern-day life are shown, from globalization, commercialism, and the rise of the middle class in Asia to desktop publishing, outcome-based school curricula, and the modern obsession with celebrities—all of which are reflected in the type and quantity of books produced by Australian writers and publishers. The wealth of included material will extend researchers' understanding of the range of Australian children's books.

Electronic Don Quixote

Author: Neil Slaven
Publisher: Music Sales Corp
ISBN:
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Here is the definitive last word on the musical phenomenon that was Frank Zappa. His death in 1993 after a long battle with cancer left behind a huge body of work: the work of a true musical genius. Writer, record producer, and music historian Neil Slaven, a devoted follower o Zappa since first hearing The Mothers of Invention in 1966, has produced a comprehensive chronicle of Zappa's extraordinary life and career.