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Being with Benny is the story of how Bob Miller, from a shattered childhood in rural Australia and only four years of schooling, became one of the world's leading yacht designers. His creation, Australia II, won the America's Cup in 1983, ending the New York Yacht Club's 132-year hold on the world's oldest sporting trophy. Miller, who changed his name to Ben Lexcen before designing Australia II, also designed three-handed lightweight 18-footers that changed the whole course of skiff design, the Contender dinghy, and successful ocean racers such as Mercedes III, Apollo, Ginkgo, Ballyhoo and Sydney-Hobart race winner Ceil III. He was also a champion sailor and represented Australia in the Olympic Games. Being with Benny not only tells his story, some of it in his own words, but how he influenced the lives of the people around him, many of whom have helped re-sail the adventurous course of his life in this book.
Fourteen-year-old Alex Moran spends every summer with his father and this year his dad has moved next door to Benny Harper and his aunt. When he meets Benny, he finds an outgoing boy his own age that shares his love of reptiles. Benny doesn't have any other friends though because he's been HIV positive from birth and no one understands. They're even afraid of him, which is something Alex doesn't understand at all. They spend nearly every day together during that first summer and each summer after that they come back together. Their lives change as they grow up, but their friendship only gets stronger until it gives way to love and Alex realizes that his dad moving next door to Benny was the best thing to ever happen to him. Nothing is as good as being in love with his best friend, and over the years Alex realizes just how much Benny means to him. He doesn't know how long he'll ever have with Benny, but whatever time he does have he's determined to make the most of it.
A week in paradise—with the ex-girlfriend from Hell. Winifred Martin has a new job, newfound confidence, and a glamorous new lover. In fact, after moving on from a heart-wrenching breakup, Win has a whole new life. Benedikte (Benny) Fiske has also sold up and moved on, too—to a wonderful Greek island where she can invest in herself again and find peace and quiet. When Win arrives at a luxurious boutique hotel for a much-anticipated week of sun and sex with her new girlfriend, she is stunned to find her ex-girlfriend, Benny, is the proprietor. Benny is equally shocked to find Win doing so well and looking so gorgeous...far too gorgeous. She’s convinced Win is wasting her time on this vacuous new lover. In fact, she has a lot of opinions on Win and her new life—the strongest being Benny should be back in it. Nestled in the beautiful Aegean on an island blessed by Eros, the God of Love himself, Benny finds no lack of inspiration in her quest to woo back her lost love. Her methods, however, are the stuff myths are made of.
Books 1-3 of Eden Lost Trilogy, Part Two of The Hunter Wars series This omnibus edition of the Eden Lost Trilogy contains all of the books: Hidden Evil, Dead Alive and Divine Death. Gears, Pax and TL were soldiers in the U.S. army when the world was destroyed by a virus that turned most people into hunters. Hunters were fierce killers of all life, smart and hard to kill. The Devil took advantage of man's vulnerability and tried to take control of what little was left. Our soldiers found a woman they named Ip who could kill hunters with a touch, and through her they learned they were more than mere men. As the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, they led man in a fight for their right to rule that man deserved another chance to live. When the Devil was defeated, Eden was restored on earth and peace reigned. Hidden Evil It's been five years since they put the Devil in his place, but all is not well in Eden and our Horsemen have dug their way out of their graves. It seems the Devil wasn't done and neither were they. Gears must uncover his new mission, and he believes he needs another army to defend his right to rule. America is at war with itself and he needs to know why. Dead Alive The hunters have returned, but they're not the same as they were. Gears, Pax and TL decide they need to look for the problem in Eden and uncover more than they ever expected. Ruler is playing them all for fools, and Gears finds a unique solution to save America. Divine Death Fed up with man's cruelty, Pax demands they rule again, leaving Ip out in the cold. When the young Horsemen argue the toss, Gears, Pax and TL must go through the doorway to Heaven to find Ip, concluding their epic fight with Ruler. Finally understanding why the hunters were needed, they learn their true role in the universe. This story is the second part of of The Hunter Wars series and follows directly on from part one, Hunter Wars. It can be read as a standalone series and is an exciting, fast-paced, unique take on the end of the world and the way the universe really works. Packed with great characters, humor and wild situations, it's a ride that you won't want to end. Also by SD Tanner Books in Navigator Navigator Boxset (Books 1-4) Books in Bombardier Bombardier Trilogy Books in WarriorSR WarriorSR Trilogy Books in Dead Force Dead Force Trilogy The Hunter Wars series Books in Hunter Wars Hunter Wars Boxset (Books 1-3) Hunter Wars Boxset (Books 4-6) Books in Eden Lost Trilogy Eden Lost Trilogy Standalone Books Time to Die Twisted Daze Website: Twitter: @SDTanner1 Facebook:
Jazz Guitar/Reference. Features in-depth interviews with 22 of the industry's most notable guitar players. Jim Carlton's candid conversations render astute insight into revered jazz guitarists, the history and development of jazz guitar and the studio scene that flourished during its Golden Era to the present day. It's a book brimming with behind-the-scenes anecdotes, little-known vignettes and the stories behind many hit recordings. an often hilarious book that conveys the sense of humor and iconoclasm that's so prevalent among great artists.
Annie Ehrlich, a woman of a certain age, born in Munich is the only Holocaust survivor of her family. She is living contentedly with her husband and writes for various journals. Through her work she has contact with the publisher of Jacob Jabot, revisionist historian and fervent holocaust denier. A chance meeting with this vile man convinces her that the world must be rid of him and that she must be the one to do it. At the Munich Opera House, during the performance of Gotterdammerung, Jabot falls into her honey trap and invites her home. A dense phantasmagoria of sexual power play and revenge follows, during which the reader is taken on a journey through the darkest hours of European history as seen through the eyes of one of its hapless victims, through the post war years of rebuilding and rebirth and back into a present that flickers between the real and the imaginary, the desired and the feared. Nemesis is at turns literary autobiography, wish fulfilment and poignant commentary on the basest human emotions by an author who herself lived through the madness of Nazi Germany.
Diana Weiss, an American of mixed Jewish-Christian heritage, arrives to spend a year on a kibbutz in Israel at a time when the country is struggling to redefine itself in the wake of the 1982 incursion into Lebanon.

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