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Usually it's other people's lives that are a mess. But when successful divorce lawyer JB's best friend dies, he finds his own world in turmoil. Suddenly, he must reexamine years of choices -- and one big secret. Card Game follows JB and his band of poker playing brothers from their first game in a 1970's suburban Maryland basement through their most memorable good and bad bets and wins and losses, as the men gather at a funeral to reflect on everything that they've faced together, and, even more importantly, all that they have not. Card Game brings to life an era of prank phone calls and fake IDs, unsupervised boys' nights out, and moments of head-shaking depravity, even as it tells the story of what happens when these boys grow up. A funny, poignant, and at times painful meditation on death, lifelong friendships, and honesty, Card Game is as irreverent as it is heartfelt.
This Collected Stories volume covers dramatic tales in an adult theme: tough life choices, drug addiction, deep loss, richer gains. It's drama. It's the key to our very existence forcing change and challenge when we least want it and most need it.
In response to popular demand, Emmanuel Goldstein (aka, Eric Corley) presents a spectacular collection of the hacker culture, known as 2600: The Hacker Quarterly, from a firsthand perspective. Offering a behind-the-scenes vantage point, this book provides devoted fans of 2600 a compilation of fascinating—and controversial—articles. Cult author and hacker Emmanuel Goldstein has collected some of the strongest, most interesting, and often provocative articles that chronicle milestone events and technology changes that have occurred over the last 24 years. He divulges author names who were formerly only known as “anonymous” but have agreed to have their identity revealed. The accompanying CD-ROM features the best episodes of Goldstein’s “Off the Hook” radio shows. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
What we’re doing is so wrong. Who goes on a site called Discreet Encounters? Well if you’re me, a shy, naïve eighteen year old girl, then on-line meet-ups sound pretty good. So when Donovan answered my ad, I was surprised. What was an alpha male doing on a site like this? But when I met the billionaire in person, all my preconceived notions were blown out of the water. He told me to bend over. He told me that I was his, even if we were total strangers. He told me to crawl, to beg, and cry out his name as those six pack abs pressed into me from behind. But I loved it. I did everything he commanded … and more. What’s happened to me? How did a shy librarian become a bad girl, leaving all my inhibitions at the door? But it doesn’t matter because I belong to this mysterious, anonymous man now. And I can’t get enough. Hey Readers – Ever dreamed of going anonymous? Then indulge in your wildest fantasies because this book will knock your socks (and panties) off. As always, an HEA is guaranteed with no cheating and no cliffhangers. Enjoy! Xoxo, Cassie
Randi Goldstein has been using her voice to get her partners off, both professionally and personally, for nearly a decade. Now she shares her secrets of 'aural sex', plus plenty of juicy anecdotes culled from thousands of weird and wonderful phone sex calls. You will meet an astonishing variety of phone sex clients, ranging from the sweet to the scary, and you'll learn the tips, tricks and details to help make your shared telephone and on-line sexual fantasies the hottest, most compelling experiences of your erotic life.
When Buck Schatz, senior citizen and retired Memphis cop, learns that an old adversary may have escaped Germany with a fortune in stolen gold, Buck decides to hunt down the fugitive and claim the loot. But a lot of people want a piece of the stolen treasure, and Buck's investigation quickly attracts unfriendly attention from a very motley (and murderous) crew in Daniel Friedman's Don't Ever Get Old, nominated for an Edgar Award for Best First Novel.

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