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The Silver Concho (Paperback): Peter Glassman The Silver Concho (Paperback)
Peter Glassman
R324 Discovery Miles 3 240 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Cotter (Paperback): Peter Glassman Cotter (Paperback)
Peter Glassman
R464 Discovery Miles 4 640 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Foreign Friend - My Life With The Geniuses Who Made Modern China, 1982-1989 (Paperback): Peter Glassman Foreign Friend - My Life With The Geniuses Who Made Modern China, 1982-1989 (Paperback)
Peter Glassman
R601 Discovery Miles 6 010 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Blackwater Fever (Paperback): Peter Glassman Blackwater Fever (Paperback)
Peter Glassman
R330 Discovery Miles 3 300 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Happy Hat (Paperback): Peter Glassman The Happy Hat (Paperback)
Peter Glassman
R330 Discovery Miles 3 300 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
My Name Is Kevin (Paperback): Peter Glassman My Name Is Kevin (Paperback)
Peter Glassman
R327 Discovery Miles 3 270 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Kevin Dowd has been plaguing small towns in suburban Connecticut with face-to-face holdups at ATM Machines. Two people are killed in the process. Kevin takes haven in AA meetings immediately after his perpetrations using his attendance to hide from the case assigned Detective. Dowd is not an alcoholic or addict. Detective Doreen Pousant is getting closer to finding the ATM highwayman and after 2-years the trail keeps ending in St Raphael's church. Pousant's alcoholism impedes her progress and she finds herself going into St. Rachael's AA meetings looking for the criminal. She finds more than confronting her own alcoholism. Her investigation reveals an ongoing plot infiltrating the banking system based in New York City. Further probes uncover that the 2007-9 US economic downfall had its roots in a similar Islamic extremist attack. The ATM perp, the Connecticut Detective and some AA members are caught up in a deadly confrontation that reaches from the small town of Prichard, CT and New York City to Iran and its Al Qaeda links.

The Myosin Factor (Paperback): Peter Glassman The Myosin Factor (Paperback)
Peter Glassman
R410 Discovery Miles 4 100 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

After 8-years of focused research, Neurologist Dr. Cosmo Patrini finds a protein factor that reverses the weakness and death sentence of Muscular Dystrophy's victims. To test the safety of the drug in humans, he injects himself and finds that he has the strength of 15-men as judged by his holding up the collapsing baggage claim apparatus at Boston's Logan Airport. Three witnesses to the event seek the superhero's secret. Dr. Gerhard Hardt, a German cardiology drug researcher and Dr. Sin woo Boto, a Chinese pharmaceutical company physician, vie for possession of the molecule. The third man is a popular television aerobic exercise celebrity who threatens Patrini's anonymity with exposure unless he endorses his TV program. The Germans and the Chinese infiltrate Patrini's professional and domestic life to wrest the secrets of the drug from his Harvard Medical Center laboratory. German scientists seek Patrini's drug to replace their off-patent heart failure medicine. They select Bostonian victims at random to test the drug on excised human heart tissue. Two men die and a third is scheduled for heart removal as the German scientists finalize their work with the Myosin Factor. The Chinese have need of Patrini's discovery to amass an army of superhumans for a world domination agenda. Dr. Boto directs his team to eliminate all competition for their sole possession of the Myosin Factor which includes the TV aerobic star threatening Patrini with media exposure. A Chinese agent posing as a high school student enters the family structure and saves Patrini's two high-schoolers from injury at the hands of anti-Italian bigots. Boto further directs his Asian spies to protect the Patrini family until the Myosin Factor is his.The U.S. Government is interested in the Myosin Factor's potential and has an agent enrolled as Patrini's graduate student to find out what the Germans and the Chinese are doing. Agent Lazlo Pennypacker works in Patrini's lab with Hardt and uncovers the murderous German agenda on isolated human heart specimens. Pennypacker's boss, Colonel Merlin Sweeney, uses CIA and FBI resources to uncover the faceted plot. Intertwining the intrigue is the naive benevolent goal of Dr. Patrini and his chief researcher, Dr. Jimson Ukker who administer the Myosin Factor illegally to a 12-year-old boy and a 35-year-old man with Muscular Dystrophy as well as a middle-aged patient with Multiple Sclerosis. Unknowingly to Patrini, his family becomes ensnared in the plot to isolate and steal the Myosin Factor's secrets. While Patrini focuses on discouraging his bigoted Irish tormentors, Colonel Sweeney and Pennypacker learn about the German and Chinese actions to obtain the Myosin Factor. Sweeney's agents must confront the Germans and the Chinese with a military operation at the Harvard Medical Center and the Arlington Primate Research Lab.After the gunsmoke clears Patrini is overwhelmed at the potential evil that his discovery had almost unleashed.

The Adjustment Clinic (Paperback): Peter Glassman The Adjustment Clinic (Paperback)
Peter Glassman
R302 Discovery Miles 3 020 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Mary Murphy has spent a vicious existence at Wilson Medical Products rising to power by blaming faulty anti-FDA practices to get her boss, Dr. Lucy Pintell, fired and ostracized forever from the pharmaceutical industry. From the depths of despair, Pintell meets Dr. Harvey Brasher and together they form The Adjustment Clinic, a clandestine agency that will root out and correct internal malpractices within a drug company and excise the corrupt people responsible for covering up drug toxicity. Under her new identity of Dr. Rowena Diaz, Pintell begins an eight-year journey to confront Mary Murphy and absolve Pintell's tainted physician legacy.

The Eyeman (Paperback): Peter Glassman The Eyeman (Paperback)
Peter Glassman
R394 Discovery Miles 3 940 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Marine Julio Marco's combat life ended when he was sent to Queen's Naval Hospital for homicidal excesses against the VC. Fifteen years after the Vietnam War ended, a serial killer is still on the loose who murders Asians and removes the eyes from the corpses. Dr. Paul Norman recognizes the signature killings from his Navy days treating Marco and calls the FBI. From that point on Dr. Norman and his family plus the witnesses to Marco's human eye collection are on a list for termination. With Norman last on the list of those being systemically murdered, Norman's credibility is lost. The FBI now feels Dr. Norman is the serial killer they call the Eyeman and Norman becomes a target of both the FBI and Julio Marco. Only a rogue FBI Agent, Marvin Pellicle, can find the key to the real identity of the Eyeman and he must hustle before Marco gets to the Normans.

The Druid Stone (Paperback): Peter Glassman The Druid Stone (Paperback)
Peter Glassman
R391 Discovery Miles 3 910 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Druid Stone The High Priest hologram spirit of Stonehenge follows NY Times reporter Morgan Kane after a short UK tour. Kane and Library of Congress worker Martha Sorel are united as terrorists try a media intimidation to set the United Nations into two camps. The U.S. president does not want to see a world divided into pro-and con-terrorist country identification. It would define an Ally-Axis stance and set up conditions for WW III. Iran does want this and aims its deadly "test" missile at DC to force even Islamic countries to take a terrorist stand or perish. Holthar the high priest of Stonehenge appears to Kane and Sorel to use the only weapon that can save civilization-the power of light. Kane learns about the individual light spectra which can counter his enemies. Light emerges from his palms and eyes as rays of red, orange, green or yellow and each with a specific effect. Kane must reach Tehran to thwart its missile launch and finds an even more intense plot afoot. Only his role as the Chosen Templar of the Druid can save civilization if he doesn't get killed as ordinary human Morgan Kane.

The Dream Chamber - Memories of an American Family (Paperback): Peter Glassman The Dream Chamber - Memories of an American Family (Paperback)
Peter Glassman
R379 Discovery Miles 3 790 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

THE DREAM CHAMBER is a full-length work of memoir shaped as a novel. The story is told from the perspective and in the voice of the child whose life it narrates. The child's family emigrated from a shtetl in Ukraine to the United States at the turn of the century. The Dream Chamber takes place in the State of Maine from 1945-1956. The narrator describes the first years of his life from the perspectives and in the voice of his evolving consciousness. This story is profoundly personal. Yet the work captures and conveys the manner in which many children come to consciousness, attain to identity and life, enter a family, and in time depart to construct an adulthood of their own. The narrative is accompanied by several historical photographs from Ukraine and the U.S.

Tin Woodsman of Oz (Hardcover): Peter Glassman Tin Woodsman of Oz (Hardcover)
Peter Glassman
R698 R635 Discovery Miles 6 350 Save R63 (9%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Join the Tin Woodman and the Scarecrow as they journey across the fantastic magical Land of Oz in search of the Tin Woodman's long-lost sweetheart. In a series of adventures sure to thrill Oz fans both old and new, these beloved friends face such challenges as a selfish giantess and a group of quarrelsome dragons--all to fulfill a promise made long ago to a beautiful Munchkin girl.

The Tin Woodman sits on the glittering tin throne of his splendid tin castle, ruling the Winkle Country of the Land of Oz with the help of his best friend, the Scarecrow. All is peaceful and well, but when a young wanderer named Woot asks the Tin Woodman how he came to be made of tin, the emperor recalls his days as a flesh-and-blood woodchopper and his love for Nimmie Amee, a Munchkin girl so fair that the sunsets blushed when they fell upon her.

The three quickly decide to set out on a daring quest to reunite the Tin Woodman with his lost love and ask Nimmie Amee to be Empress of the Winkie Country. During their travels, they battle dragons and loons, a mighty sorceress, and an all-too-hungry beast called the Hippo-gy-raf. Luckily, they are joined in their search by their old friend Polychrome, the Rainbow's Daughter, and are aided by Dorothy and Princess Ozma--the powerful fairy ruler of the Land of Oz. But just when they think their troubles are over and their quest is complete, they discover a surprise that leaves all of them truly astounded!

This deluxe edition of the rare first edition features all twelve of Oz artist John R. Neill's beautiful color plates, along with his nearly one hundred black-and-white drawings, making this a book sure to be treasured for years to come.

In a series of adventures sure to thrill OZ fans both old and new, the Tin Woodman and the Scarecrow journey across the magical Land of Oz in search of the Tin Woodman's long-lost sweetheart, a beautiful Munchkin girl. This deluxe edition of the rare first edition features all twelve of Oz artist John R. Neill's beautiful color plates, along with his nearly one hundred black and white drawings, and is a great way to celebrate the upcoming centenary of Oz!
J.S.Mill - The Evolution of a Genius (Hardcover): Peter Glassman J.S.Mill - The Evolution of a Genius (Hardcover)
Peter Glassman
R1,527 Discovery Miles 15 270 Out of stock
Just So Stories (Hardcover, Deluxe ed.): Rudyard Kipling Just So Stories (Hardcover, Deluxe ed.)
Rudyard Kipling; Illustrated by Barry Moser; Afterword by Peter Glassman
R667 R530 Discovery Miles 5 300 Save R137 (21%) Out of stock

How did the camel get his hump? How did the leopard get his spots? How did the elephant get his trunk?

These are questions that children around the world have asked for centuries, but it took Nobel Prize winner Rudyard Kipling's lively, hilarious stories to give them answers. For one hundred years, these classic tales -- drawn from the oral storytelling traditions of India and Africa and filled with mischievously clever animals and people -- have entertained young and old alike.Intertwined within these delightful tales are little pearls of wisdom about the pitfalls of arrogance and pride and the importance of curiosity, imagination, and inventiveness. Kipling's rhythmic prose makes these tales perfect for sharing aloud with the whole family.

This deluxe edition contains all of Kiplin's unforgettable stories as well as ten stunning watercolors, along with numerous black-and-white drawings, from award-winning artist Barry Moser, bringing this timeless masterpiece brilliantly to life for a whole new generation of readers.

Rinkitink in Oz (Hardcover): L. Frank Baum Rinkitink in Oz (Hardcover)
L. Frank Baum; Illustrated by John R Neill; Afterword by Peter Glassman
R678 R615 Discovery Miles 6 150 Save R63 (9%) Out of stock

Meet Rinkitink--a kindhearted king who's as fat and jolly as old Saint Nick himself! When the jovial monarch sails for a visit to the island kingdom of Pingaree, he and his talking goat, Bilbil, are welcomed with open arms. Before long, Rinkitink's lighthearted ways and merry songs endear him to the king and queen of Pingaree, as well as to their son, Prince Inga.

But when the peaceful isle is invaded by fierce warriors, everyone from the rulers to the smallest child is taken off in chains. Only Prince Inga, Rinkitink, and Bilbil escape the conquerors. And so the three friends set out--aided by the magical Pearls of Pingaree--to rescue the prince's people.

Their perilous quest takes them across the vast Nonestic Ocean to the terrible islands of Regos and Coregos to the dark underground domains of the Nome King. Victories are followed by setbacks, which are in turn followed by strokes of good fortune. Just when it seems our friends have met their match in the clever Nome King, Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz arrive to lend a hand.

First published in 1916, this handsome new edition of a much-loved classic features all twelve of John R. Neill's original color plates as well as his nearly one hundred black-and-white drawings.

Thrilling tale of adventure from a master storyteller, Rinkitink in Oz is sure to enjoyed by Oz fans far and wide and by all who delight in tales of enchantment and adventure.

When the king and queen are kidnapped and their country enslaved, it's up to the handsome young prince and his friends to save the day. But to defeat such foes as the Chuggenmugger-a beast so ferocious it devours dragons-even the prince must receive help from Dorothy, the Wizard, and their Oz companions. With all twelve of the original full-color plates, this handsome new edition of a beloved classic is sure to be enjoyed by all.
The Scarecrow of Oz (Hardcover): L. Frank Baum The Scarecrow of Oz (Hardcover)
L. Frank Baum; Illustrated by John R Neill; Afterword by Peter Glassman
R698 R635 Discovery Miles 6 350 Save R63 (9%) Out of stock

Come along on a magical journey to Oz with a whole new group of intrepid adventurers.

Trot, a young girl from California, and her peg-legged sailor friend, Cap'n Bill, find themselves on a perilous and exciting voyage when a whirlpool leaves them stranded in an underwater cave. There they are befriended by a most curious creature--the Ork. With four paddle-like wings, legs like a stork's, a parrot's head, and a tail like a propeller, the Ork proves to be a very welcome and helpful companion.

After escaping the cave, the three friends make their way to the magical Land of Mo, where it snows popcorn and rains lemonade. Here they find Button-Bright--lost once again and eager to join in their adventures.

Together, the four travel across the deadly desert and into the Land of Oz, only to find themselves in new troubles with the scowling King Krewl and Blinkie, a wicked witch. But when everything seems its worst, who should come to their rescue but the Scarecrow of Oz himself! Thanks to the Scarecrow's wondrous brains, our friends just might have a chance to prevail against their heartless enermes.

With twelve glowing color plates and over one hundred black-and-white drawings by Oz artist John R. Neill, this beautiful reproduction of the rare 1915 first edition is sure to be a welcome addition to every family's library.

Afterword by Peter Glassman. Join young Trot and her peg-legged sailor friend, Cap'n Bill, as they are swept off the high seas and into enchanted realms of excitement and adventure. When Cap'n Bill is transformed into a grasshopper by the wicked witch Blinkie, it's up to Scarecrow to save the day. A Books of Wonder Classic.
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