Confessions of an Rx Drug Pusher

  • Filename: confessions-of-an-rx-drug-pusher.
  • ISBN: 1935278606
  • Release Date: 2009-04-24
  • Number of pages: 176
  • Author: Gwen Olsen
  • Publisher: iUniverse

Winner of the IPPY Award gold medal for Most Progressive Health Book On December 2, 2004, Gwen Olsen’s niece Megan committed suicide by setting herself on fire—and ended her tortured life as a victim of the adverse effects of prescription drugs. Olsen’s poignant autobiographical journey through the darkness of mental illness and the catastrophic consequences that lurk in medicine cabinets around the country offers an honest glimpse into alarming statistics and a health care system ranked last among nineteen industrialized nations worldwide. As a former sales representative in the pharmaceutical industry for several years, Olsen learned firsthand how an unprecedented number of lethal drugs are unleashed in the United States market, but her most heartrending education into the dangers of antidepressants would come as a victim and ultimately, as a survivor. Rigorously researched and documented, Confessions of an Rx Drug Pusher is a moving human drama that shares one woman’s unforgettable journey of faith, forgiveness, and healing.

Filmography of American History

  • Filename: filmography-of-american-history.
  • ISBN: 0313313008
  • Release Date: 2002
  • Number of pages: 336
  • Author: Grant Annis George Tracey
  • Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

A guide to over two hundred feature films and documentaries includes a plot summary, setting, cast and crew information, running time, and sourcees for further reading.

The Confession of Piers Gaveston

  • Filename: the-confession-of-piers-gaveston.
  • ISBN: 9780595455232
  • Release Date: 2007-07
  • Number of pages: 183
  • Author: Brandy Purdy
  • Publisher: iUniverse

The history books tell us that Piers Gaveston was many things: arrogant, ambitious, avaricious, flamboyant, extravagant, reckless, brave, and daring, indiscreet, handsome, witty, vivacious, vain, and peacock-proud, a soldier and champion jouster, the son of a condemned witch, who used witchcraft, his own wicked wiles, and forbidden sex to entice and enslave King Edward II, alienate him from his nobles and advisors, and keep him from the bed of his beautiful bride Isabelle. Edward's infatuation with Gaveston, and the deluge of riches he showered on him, nearly plunged England into civil war. Now the object of that scandalous and legendary obsession tells his side of the story in The Confession of Piers Gaveston: "Mayhap even now, when I have only just begun, it is already too late to set the story straight. My infamy, I fear, is too well entrenched. Whenever they tell the story of Edward's reign I will always be the villain and Edward, the poor, weak-willed, pliant king who fell under my spell, the golden victim of a dark enchantment. There are two sides to every coin; but when the bards and chroniclers, the men who write the histories, tell this story, will anyone remember that?"

Secret Black and Midnight Hags

  • Filename: secret-black-and-midnight-hags.
  • ISBN: UOM:39015062446797
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Number of pages: 439
  • Author: Dietmar Tatzl
  • Publisher:

The present dissertation analyses the conception, depiction and functions of witch figures in English Elizabethan and Jacobean drama including their relevant predecessors and successors until the closing of the theatres in 1642. The focus is on malevolent female figures who are linked to black magic and partly prove their supernatural powers on the stage. The applied methodology of analysis has been developed from Manfred Pfister's set of criteria in Das Drama. In the first part of the investigation, the field of witchcraft is essentially described in its cultural and historical context. After a close examination of the witch figures in the main part it becomes evident that figures based on real-life models are generally conceived as more individual, complex and dynamic than those who are partly derived from classical and literary sources. Figures in drama without any connection with real-life trials generally represent the archetypal and universally valid idea of evil that could have never been communicated with the same intensity by old, lonely and isolated women in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England. In conclusion it should be noted that witch figures in less-known plays deserve more critical attention than they received in the past, and the majority of figures in well-known plays merit reconsideration and reveal new approaches to their interpretation.

Confessions of a Real CB Nut

  • Filename: confessions-of-a-real-cb-nut.
  • ISBN: 9781893652620
  • Release Date: 1999-12-01
  • Number of pages: 232
  • Author: Bob Holt
  • Publisher: iUniverse

On the way back down 64 to Jamesville, I’d take a shortcut over to Washington going back home, I kicked around how to price Ann’s Equipment. Totally oblivious to what was going on, I heard a siren. Looking in the rear-view mirror, it was full of FLASHING BLUE LIGHTS. “Holy...!” My heart started beating so fast, the draft almost took the rest of me with it. You’ve heard of your whole life passing before your eyes, it wasn’t my life, it was my driving record. I’d just gotten the last ticket off my record, now this. The squelch broke on the CB. “Hey Cousin, you got your ears on?” Who the...? In a great sense of despair, my turn signal on and slowing down, I keyed the mike. “This is the Country Cousin.” No CB lingo here. Just utter despair. “This is the Cigar Smoker, I got your back door. 10-4?” Walter Parrish!! Damn his hide. He’d just cost my 10 years of my life. He pulled up along side. I’d never seen him laugh so hard. He shook his finger at me and pulled away. “Cigar Smoker got your front door now Cousin, put the hammer down and bring her on.” I planned to take the shortcut, but looking at my watch, I knew it was break-time for him. I rolled the windows down to get the smell out and followed him to the Town and Country. The guys at the “Family Table” would enjoy this.

Sensible Shoes

  • Filename: sensible-shoes.
  • ISBN: 9780830843053
  • Release Date: 2013-02-27
  • Number of pages: 349
  • Author: Sharon Garlough Brown
  • Publisher: InterVarsity Press

Sharon Garlough Brown tells the moving story of four strangers as they reluctantly arrive at a retreat center and find themselves drawn out of their separate stories of isolation and struggle and into a collective journey of spiritual practice, mutual support and personal revelation.

Alice Gilbert s Confession

  • Filename: alice-gilbert-s-confession.
  • ISBN: 9781941281277
  • Release Date: 2015-01-21
  • Number of pages: 64
  • Author: Hesba Stretton
  • Publisher: Curiosmith

Alice Windsor falls in love with Dr. Gilbert, but Dr. Gilbert confesses that his wife, Joanna, is still alive. Alice’s confession is that she is “fighting forbidden love” and is being “wrecked upon that treacherous deep.” The agony of sin and the need for God’s forgiveness is felt by everyone. Important verses are Luke 18:13—“God be merciful to me a sinner,” (NIV) also Hebrews 4:15—“For we do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our weaknesses, but we have one who has been tempted in every way, just as we are—yet was without sin.” (NIV)

Random Elements

  • Filename: random-elements.
  • ISBN: 9781940846538
  • Release Date: 2015-05-18
  • Number of pages: 239
  • Author: Kate Donovan
  • Publisher: Beyond The Page

Actress Nikki Gower loved portraying a kick-ass federal agent on her hit TV show, Trace Elements, and got an even bigger thrill when she was brought in to work a real case alongside sexy Special Agent Josh Saxon. When her show was unexpectedly canceled and she was given the chance to join the real FBI—and make her hot romance with Josh permanent—she knew it was destiny. But there are other men in Nikki’s life determined to add a more permanent plot twist, including her predatory director, who gets the show un-canceled for six more episodes, and the shy stalker who sends her white roses and creepy but seemingly harmless poetry. When Josh goes undercover in Miami and Nikki stays behind to shoot the remaining episodes in Hollywood, the conflicted actress is sure Josh’s new gang-related assignment is dangerous. Little does she know, she’s the one who might not survive Season Two. As a special bonus, this book includes Episode Seven of the hit TV series Trace Elements. You can also read that and the show’s pilot episode online at

Let s Pretend

  • Filename: let-s-pretend.
  • ISBN: 9781460353455
  • Release Date: 2014-06-15
  • Number of pages: 192
  • Author: Gail Martin
  • Publisher: Silhouette

In high school, Derek Randolph had been the bane of Jessamy Cosette's existence—now, he was a very sexy bachelor with a killer smile. No wonder Jess had agreed to play his doting girlfriend for a few weeks to help him secure a promotion. Jess soon found herself hoping Derek had truly changed, because their pretend romance was becoming far too real…. Derek couldn't believe it! The skinny girl he'd tormented in high school had become a gorgeous woman, and Derek longed to show Jess just how he felt about her. Could these former enemies become more than friends? After all, Derek was willing to bet that things could be a whole lot sweeter if they stopped pretending…

Lady Meg s Gamble

  • Filename: lady-meg-s-gamble.
  • ISBN: 9781610846349
  • Release Date: 2012-03-08
  • Number of pages:
  • Author: Martha Schroeder
  • Publisher: Belgrave House

Penniless Lady Margaret Enfield was given an option to save her home, Hedgemere. She could marry a wealthy stranger, Captain James Sheridan. The captain had spent his life at sea, escaping his past. And though Hedgemere satisfied his longing for a home, he was not as certain about the outspoken Lady Meg. But scandal threatened and they were going to have to face it together. Regency Romance by Martha Schroeder; originally published by Fawcett Crest

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