krainaksiazek dead old boys 20167186

- znaleziono 12 produktów w 4 sklepach

Spalona Żywcem Wyd. Kieszonkowe - Souad - 2854922647

11,15 zł

Spalona Żywcem Wyd. Kieszonkowe - Souad

Książki & Multimedia > Książki

Opis - Pierwsze na świecie świadectwo ofiary zbrodni honorowej. Miała siedemnaście lat i zakochała się: zhańbiła rodzinę. Więc rodzina wydała na nią wyrok śmierci... Pokochała go pierwszą miłością. Myślała, że się z nią ożeni. Ale ukochany zniknął, a ona odkryła, że jest w ciąży. A w jej świecie to najcięższa zbrodnia... W zapomnianej przez Boga wiosce w Cisjordanii kobiety są warte mniej niż zwierzęta domowe. Tu mężczyzna jest panem życia i śmierci żony, córki, siostry. Brat może bezkarnie zabić siostrę, matka - córkę, kolejną bezużyteczną dziewczynkę, jaka się urodzi. Tu kobiecie odbiera się godność, a nawet życie zgodnie z odwiecznym obyczajem i uświęconą tradycją. A śmierć jest karą dla dziewczyny, która zhańbi rodzinę. Tak jak Souad. Wyrok wydaje jej ojciec. Szwagier dokonuje egzekucji. Oblewa Souad benzyną i podpala... SOUAD przeżyła - cudem, ale rodzina usiłowała zabić ją nawet w szpitalu. Na zawsze jednak pozostanie straszliwie okaleczona - na ciele i duszy. I wciąż musi się ukrywać; dopóki żyje, jej rodzinę okrywa hańba. Spalona żywcem, opublikowana pod pseudonimem szokująca opowieść o piekle, jakim było jej dzieciństwo i młodość, stała się międzynarodowym bestsellerem. Wydana w 37 w krajach książka przerywa tabu milczenia wobec istniejącej nadal w krajach muzułmańskich barbarzyńskiej tradycji. Nieludzkiego obyczaju, prawa mężczyzn, na mocy którego co najmniej pięć tysięcy kobiet pada co roku ofiarą zbrodni honorowej. Nazwa - Spalona Żywcem Wyd. Kieszonkowe Autor - Souad Oprawa - Miękka Wydawca - Amber Kod ISBN - 9788324159406 Kod EAN - 9788324159406 Wydanie - 1 Rok wydania - 2016 Tłumacz - 31182,maria rostworowska; Format - 110 x 175 x 14 Ilość stron - 224 Podatek VAT - 5% Premiera - 2016-06-23


Dead End Boys - 2839767135

72,49 zł

Dead End Boys RAUCOUS


1. Dead End Boy 2. R.e.b.e.l. 3. Let's Face It 4. This Is A Riot! 5. Wink 6. Burning Desire 7. Chains 8. Heisted Girl 9. Old Glory 10. Fight 11. Sten Gun 12. Rocker Panel 13. It's Allright Tonight


Old Boys - 2854281884

41,62 zł


Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

When Horace Hubbard's cousin, Paul Christopher, goes missing and is presumed dead, the CIA 'old boys' come out of retirement to help find one of their former colleagues, one of their own. Hunting, and being hunted, from Xinjiang to Brazil, Rome, Tel Aviv, Budapest and Moscow, the old pros, along with Christopher's beautiful daughter Zarah, search for their comrade and the answers to his disappearance. "Old Boys" is, at heart, a lament for a dying generation of American spies. With its almost indescribable plot of Chinese forced-labour camps, sundry ex-Nazis, ex-KGB men and double-crossers galore, it is a great tribute to McCarry's skill and excellent writing that he manages to carry the action-filled plot, and have the reader carried willingly with him.


Anansi Boys - 2826636337

45,90 zł

Anansi Boys HEADLINE

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Bursting with the imaginative power of Neil Gaiman, this story blends fantasy with humour and drama. Fat Charlie Nancy is not actually fat. He was fat once but he is definitely not fat now. No, right now Fat Charlie Nancy is angry, confused and more than a little scared - right now his life is spinning out of control, and it is all his dad's fault. If his rotter of an estranged father hadn't dropped dead at a karaoke night, Charlie would still be blissfully unaware that his dad was Anansi the spider god. He would have no idea that he has a brother called Spider, who is also a god. And there would be no chance that said brother would be trying to take over his life, flat and fiancee, or, to make matters worse, be doing a much better job of it than him. Desperate to reclaim his life, Charlie enlists the help of four more-than-slightly eccentric old ladies and their unique brand of voodoo - and between them they unleash a bitter and twisted force to get rid of Spider. But as darkness descends and badness begins is Fat Charlie Nancy going to get his life back in one piece or is he about to enter a whole netherworld of pain?


The Man from Snowy River - 2862454955

55,77 zł

The Man from Snowy River Books LLC, Reference Series

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Excerpt: ...brutes, that the shearers shirk, For the fleece was filled with the grass and sand, And seventy sheep was a big day's work. 'At a pound a hundred it's dashed hard lines To shear such sheep,' said the two Devines. But the shearers knew that they'd make a cheque When they came to deal with the station ewes; They were bare of belly and bare of neck With a fleece as light as a kangaroo's. 'We will show the boss how a shear-blade shines When we reach those ewes,' said the two Devines. But it chanced next day when the stunted pines Were swayed and stirred with the dawn-wind's breath, That a message came for the two Devines That their father lay at the point of death. So away at speed through the whispering pines Down the bridle track rode the two Devines. It was fifty miles to their father's hut, And the dawn was bright when they rode away; At the fall of night when the shed was shut And the men had rest from the toilsome day, To the shed once more through the dark'ning pines On their weary steeds came the two Devines. 'Well, you're back right sudden,' the super. said; 'Is the old man dead and the funeral done?' 'Well, no, sir, he ain't not exactly dead, But as good as dead,' said the eldest son - 'And we couldn't bear such a chance to lose, So we came straight back to tackle the ewes.' . . . . . They are shearing ewes at the Myall Lake, And the shed is merry the livelong day With the clashing sound that the shear-blades make When the fastest shearers are making play, And a couple of 'hundred and ninety-nines' Are the tallies made by the two Devines. In the Droving Days 'Only a pound,' said the auctioneer, 'Only a pound; and I'm standing here Selling this animal, gain or loss. Only a pound for the drover's horse; One of the sort that was never afraid, One of the boys of the Old Brigade; Thoroughly honest and game, I'll swear, Only a little the worse for wear; Plenty as bad to be seen in town, Give me a bid and I'll knock him down; Sold as he...


Country & Western - 2839353687

97,49 zł

Country & Western Documents


1. Rodgers, Jimmie - Lullaby Yodel 2. Hurt, Mississippi John - Frankie & Johnny 3. Thomas, Henry - Old Country Stomp 4. Rodgers, Jimmie - My Little Old Home (Down In New 5. Mcgee, Sam - Railroad Blues 6. Kazee, Buell - The Butcher's Boy 7. Carter Family, The - Wildwood Flower 8. Allen, Jules Verne - The Days Of '49 9. Rodgers, Jimmie - Treasures Untold 10. Pickard Family, The - Get Away From That Window 11. Rodgers, Jimmie - High Powered Mama 12. Nelstone's Hawaiians - Just Because 13. Grayson & Whitter - Tom Dooley 14. Hells, Carolina Tar - Peg & Awl 15. Rodgers, Jimmie - Blue Yodel No. 5 16. Justice, Dick - Brownsin' Blues 17. Tarlton, Jimmie - Slow Wicked Blues 18. Rodgers, Jimmie - Jimmie's Texas Blues 19. Allen, Jules Verne - The Dying Cowboy 20. Rodgers, Jimmie - Hobo Bill's Last Ride 101. Rodgers, Jimmie - Train Whistle Blues 102. Nelstone's Hawaiians - Mobile County Blues 103. Wade, George / Braswell, Francum - Think A Little 104. Carter, Buster / Young, Preston - A Lazy Farmer Bo 105. Ashley, Clarence - The House Carpenter 106. Jackson County Barn Owls - Bake That Chicken Pie 107. Carlisle, Cliff - Pan American Man 108. Carter Family, The - John Hardy 109. Rodgers, Jimmie - Blue Yodel No. 8 (Mule Skinner B 110. Jackson County Barn Owls - I Wonder How 111. Dave & Howard - Serves 'Em Fine 112. Davis, Jimmie - Rockin' Blues 113. Rodgers, Jimmie - No Hard Times 114. Kentucky Ramblers - Ginseng Blues 115. Phipps, Ernest - If The Light Has Gone 116. Ritter, Tex - Rye Whiskey 117. Fort Worth Dough Boys - Sunbonnet Sue 118. Rodgers, Jimmie - Somewhere Down Below The Mason D 119. Delmore Brothers, The - Brown's Ferry Blues 120. Arnold, Kokomo - The Twelve's 201. Brown, Milton - Taking Off 202. Carter Family, The - Bye & Bye 203. Autry, Gene - Tumbling Tumbleweeds 204. Phipps, Ernest - Don't Grieve After Me 205. Brown, Milton - Mama Don't Allow It 206. Autry, Gene - I'll Go Ridin' Down 207. Wills, Bob - What's The Matter With The Mill 208. Acuff, Roy - Great Speckle Bird 209. Autry, Gene - Guns & Guitars 210. Monroe Brothers, The - All The Good Times 211. Riverside Ramblers - Dissatisfied 212. Rogers, Roy - Cowboy Night Herd Song 213. Montana, Patsy - I Want To Be A Cowboy's Sweethear 214. Dexter, Al - Honky Tonk Blues 215. Modern Mountaineers - Everybody's Rockin' 216. Autry, Gene - Take Me Back 217. Phipps, Ernest - Shine On Me 218. Wills, Bob - Liza Pull Down The Shades 219. Bruner, Cliff - It Makes No Difference Now 220. Wernier, Joe - Running Around 301. Autry, Gene - Colorado Sunset 302. Shelton Brothers, The - On The Owl Hoot Trail 303. Autry, Gene - Back In The Saddle Again 304. Penny, Hank - Won't You Ride In My Little Red Wago 305. Chuck Wagon Gang - After The Sunrise 306. Wills, Bob - New San Antonio Rose 307. Dixie Ramblers - He's An Army Man 308. Jubileers - The Right String 309. Sons Of Dixie - Don't Ever Go Wrong 310. Village Boys - Boogie Woogie In The Village 311. Autry, Gene - That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine 312. Hofner, Adolph - Alamo Rag 313. Wills, Johnnie Lee - Milk Cow Blues 314. Tubb, Ernest - Walking The Floor Over You 315. Autry, Gene - You Are My Sunshine 316. Mounce, Bill - I Found A New Baby 317. Villageboys, The - Old Joe Is At It Again 318. Mounce, Bill - I've Been Drafted 319. Tubb, Ernest - You Nearly Lose Your Mind 320. Acuff, Roy - Wreck On The Highway 401. Acuff, Roy - Fireball Mail 402. Dexter, Al - Pistol Packin' Mama 403. Ritter, Tex - Jingle Jangle Jingle 404. Cooley, Spade - Shame On You 405. Ritter, Tex - I'm Wastin' My Tears On You 406. Bond, Johnny - Ten Years 407. Wills, Bob - Roly Poly 408. Smith, Arthur Guitar Boogie - Guitar Boogie 409. Bond, Johnny - Red River Valley 410. Texas Ruby - Don't Let That Man Get You Down 411. Guthrie, Jack - Oklahoma Hills 412. Tuttle, Wesley - With Tears In My Eyes 413. Alley, Shelly Lee - Low Down Blues 414. Armstrong Twins - Mandolin Boogie 415. Travis, Merle - Cincinnati Lou 416. Cooley, Spade - Oklahoma Stomp 417. Williams, Tex - I Got Texas In My Soul 418. Widener, Jimmie - I've Got The Hesitation Blues 419. Wyble, Jimmy - Taking My Time 420. Widener, Jimmie - I Hear You Knocking 501. Wyble, Jimmy - Goodbye My Heart 502. Wills, Bob - Faded Love 503. Bond, Johnny - Out On The Open Range 504. Cooley, Spade - Yodelling Polka 505. Penny, Hank - I'm Gonna Change Things 506. Travis, Merle - No Vacancy 507. Monroe, Bill - Blue Moon Of Kentucky 508. Autry, Gene - Sioux City Sue 509. Penny, Hank - Time Will Tell 510. Travis, Merle - Missouri 511. Williams, Hank - Move It On Over 512. Foley, Red - Freight Train Boogie 513. Travis, Merle - Merle's Boogie Woogie 514. Williams, Tex - Smoke, Smoke, Smoke (That Cigarett 515. Tyler, Johnny - Oakie Boogie 516. Atkins, Chet - Canned Heat 517. Stockard, Ocie - Cow Town Boogie 518. Hughes, Billy - Cocaine Blues 519. Wyble, Jimmy - No More Blues 520. Widener, Jimmie - That's My Lindy Lou 601. Cooley, Spade - Boogs Boogie 602. Acuff, Roy - Wabash Cannonball 603. Howard, Paul - Drinking All My Troubles Away 604. Dexter, Al - Saturday Night Boogie 605. Acuff, Roy - I Saw The Light 606. Travis, Merle - Sixteen Tons 607. Travis, Merle - Nine Pound Hammer 608. Miller Brothers, The - Shadows On My Memories 609. Danis, Link - Texas Swing 610. Dyson, Dick - You Waited Too Long 611. Penny, Hank - Penny Blows His Top 612. Jones, Dickie - Diggin' 613. Miller Brothers, The - Miller's Boogie 614. Bond, Johnny - Birmingham Jail 615. K.c. Douglas - Mercury Boogie 616. Hawkins, Hawkshaw - Dog House Boogie 617. Williams, Hank - Honky Tonkin' 618. Foley, Red - Tennessee Saturday Night 619. King, Pee Wee - Bull Fiddle Boogie 620. Miller, Eddie - Don't Break My Heart 701. Williams, Tex - Drop Dead 702. Haley, Bill - Rose Of My Heart 703. Delmore Brothers, The - Peach Steel Boogie 704. Wakely, Jimmy - Mine, All Mine 705. Haley, Bill - A Yodeller's Lullaby 706. Sargent, Tommy - Steel Guitar Boogie 707. Haley, Bill - Rovin' Eyes 708. Rivers, Jack - Dear Oakie 709. Ramsey, Rip - Wanderer's Swing 710. Haley, Bill - Yodel Your Blues Away 711. Haley, Bill - Candy & Women 712. Ford, Tennessee Ernie - Anticipation Blues 713. Wills, Johnnie Lee - Rag Mop 714. Haley, Bill - Cotton Haired Girl 715. Ford, Tennessee Ernie - Smokey Mountain Boogie 716. Scott, Tommy - Gonna Paint The Town Red 717. Haley, Bill - My Mom Heard Me Crying 718. Duncan, Tommy - Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy 719. Mooney, Tommy - Bingo Boogie 720. Ford, Tennessee Ernie - Mule Train 801. Haley, Bill - The Covered Wagon Rolled Right Along 802. Tillman, Floyd - Slipping Around 803. Kirk, Eddie - Candy Kisses 804. Payne, Leon - I Love You Because 805. Haley, Bill - Wreck On The Highway 806. Williams, Curley - Fiddlin' Boogie 807. Stanley Brothers, The - The Fields Have Turned Bro 808. Williams, Hank - You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna 809. Duncan, Tommy - Gamblin' Polkadot Blues 810. Thompson, Hank - Whoa Sailor 811. Williams, Hank - Lost Highway 812. Briggs, Billy - Panhandle Shuffle 813. Colbert, Tiny - Holes In My Soles 814. Williams, Hank - My Bucket's Got A Hole In It 815. Lone Star Playboys - Steel Guitar Bounce 816. Ford, Tennessee Ernie - Shotgun Boogie 817. Williams, Hank - Long Gone Lonesome Blues 818. Hicks, Johnny - Hamburger Hop 819. Bond, Johnny - Mean Mama Boogie 820. Ford, Tennessee Ernie - I'll Never Be Free 901. Williams, Hank - Moanin' The Blues 902. Smith, Carl - I Overlooked An Orchid 903. Williams, Hank - I Just Don't Like This Kind Of Li 904. Ford, Tennessee Ernie - Mister & Mississippi 905. James, Jesse - Darling I Don't Understand 906. Prince, Jimmy - Live & Let Live 907. Prine, Richard - Adam's Apple 908. Texas Top Hands - 12th Street Rag 909. Williams, Hank - Why Should We Try Anymore? 910. Autry, Gene - Don't Fence Me In 911. Williams, Hank - I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In 912. Autry, Gene - South Of The Border 913. Williams, Hank - Hey, Good Lookin' 914. Ford, Tennessee Ernie - Stack-o-lee 915. Bond, Johnny - Sick, Sober & Sorry 916. Ford, Tennessee Ernie - Oceans Of Tears 917. Williams, Hank - Honky Tonk Blues 918. Cooley, Spade - Indian Summer 919. Schroder, Andy - Prairie Dog Ramble 920. Williams, Hank - Jambalaya (On The Bayou)


Great British Skiffle - 2839321589

12,99 zł

Great British Skiffle SMITH & CO

Muzyka>Rock>Heavy / Hard>Gothic

1. Vipers Skiffle Group - Don't You Rock Me Daddy O 2. City Ramblers Skiffle Group - Mama Don't Allow 3. Ken Colyer Skiffle Group - Streamline Train 4. Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group - Bring A Little Wa 5. Johnny Prker's Washboard Band - Canine Stomp 6. Ken Colyer Skiffle Group - Midnihgt Special 7. Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group - John Henry 8. City Ramblres Skiffle Group - I Shall Not Be Mov 9. Alan Lomax & Ramblers - Railroad Man 10. Vipers Skiffle Group - Ain't You Glad 11. Chris Barber's Skiffle Group - Doin' My Time 12. Ken Colyer Skiffle Group - Down By The Riverside 13. Humphrey Lyttleton - Bad Penny Blues 14. City Ramblers Skiffle Group - I Want A Girl 15. Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group - Railroad Bill 16. Ken Colyer Skiffle Group - Go Down Old Hannah 17. Johnny Parkers Washboard Band - No 69 18. City Ramblers Skiffle Group - Picket Line 19. Clyde Valley Stompers - Open Up Them Pearly Gate 20. Vipers Skiffle Group - Pick A Bale Of Cotton 21. Alan Lomax & The Ramblers - Oh Lula 22. Ken Colyer Skiffle Group - Take This Hammer 23. Beryl Bryden's Backroom Skiffle - Casey Jones 24. Johnny Parker's Washboard Band - The Fox's Tail 25. Cy Laurie Four - I'm So Glad 26. Lazy Ade's Late Hour Boys - Backroom Joys 101. Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group - Rock Island Line 102. City Ramblers Skiffle Group - When The Saints Go 103. Ken Colyer Skiffle Group - Muleskinner Blues 104. Chris Barber's Skiffle Group - Gypsy Davy 105. Johnny Parker's Washboard Group - Up There 106. Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group - I'm Alabamy Bound 107. Ken Colyer Skiffle Group - Stack O Lee Blues 108. City Ramblers Skiffle Group - Midnight Special 109. Vipers Skiffle Group - 10.000 Years Ago 110. Clyde Valley Stompers - Old Time Religion 111. Beryl Bryden's Backroom Skiffle - Kansas City Bl 112. Ken Colyer Skiffle Group - K.c. Moan 113. Alan Lomax & The Ramblers - Hard Case 114. Lonnie Donegan Skiffle - Dead Or Alive 115. Johnny Parker's Barrelhoues Four - Mr Freddy Blu 116. City Ramblers Skiffle Group - 2.19 Bles 117. Chris Barber's Skiffle Group - Can't You Line'em 118. Ken Colyer Skiffle Group - Downbound Train 119. Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group - Worried Man Blues 120. Lazy Ade's Late Hour Boys - Hook, Line & Sinker 121. City Ramblers Skiffle Group - 900 Miles 122. Johnny Parker's Barrelhouse Four - Hold That Thing 123. Ken Colyer Skiffle Group - Casey Jones 124. Lazy Ade's Big Four - Won't You Come Over To My H 125. Bob Wallis' Washboard Beaters - It's Tight Like Th 126. Original London Blue Blowers - Fag Paper Stomp 127. Arthur Baird Skiffle Group - Union Train 128. Bob Wallis' Washboard Beaters - Crawdad Hole


House on Hackman's Hill - 2212825503

15,90 zł

House on Hackman's Hill Scholastic

Powieści i opowiadania

Fast paced, and suspense packed, this short novel by a four-time recipient of the Edgar Allan Poe Award is a favorite with avid and reluctant readers alike. The main characters, brave cousins Jeff and Debbie, appeal equally to boys and girls. A $10,000 reward for a missing mummy lures the two into an old mansion. But a raging snowstorm forces them to spend the night-and an evil ancient spirit might not let them see the dawn. Everyone told them to stay away from the house on Hackman's hill, but the lure of the old mansion - and the $10,000 reward for the missing mummy they suspect is still hidden inside it - prove too much to resist. Without telling their grandparents where they are going, cousins Jeff and Debbie arm themselves with flashlights and set off to explore the strange old house. Too quickly they learn they are not alone. The spirit of Anubis, ancient Egyptian god and guardian of the dead, pursues them through the house, searching for the missing mummy and the precious gems that years ago were pried from its eyes. When the snowstorm raging outside worsens, Jeff and Debbie realize with sinking hearts that they will have to spend the night in the house on Hackman's Hill. Now they know they must solve the mystery that drives the vengeful Anubis - if they want to live to see the dawn.


The Ego and His Own - 2854189498

49,19 zł

The Ego and His Own Books LLC, Reference Series

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Excerpt: ... sparing, and what may be allowed under peaceable circumstances ceases to be permitted as soon as a state of siege is declared. Because the well-meaning liberals feel this plainly, they hasten to declare that, considering "the devotion of the people," there is assuredly no danger to be feared. But the government will be wiser, and not let itself be talked into believing anything of that sort. It knows too well how people stuff one with fine words, and will not let itself be satisfied with this Barmecide dish. But they are bound to have their play-ground, for they are children, you know, and cannot be so staid as old folks; boys will be boys. Only for this play-ground, only for a few hours of jolly running about, they bargain. They ask only that the State should not, like a splenetic papa, be too cross. It should permit some Processions of the Ass and plays of fools, as the church allowed them in the Middle Ages. But the times when it could grant this without danger are past. Children that now once come into the open, and live through an hour without the rod of discipline, are no longer willing to go into the cell. For the open is now no longer a supplement to the cell, no longer a refreshing recreation, but its opposite, an aut-aut. In short, the State must either no longer put up with anything, or put up with Pg 261 everything and perish; it must be either sensitive through and through, or, like a dead man, insensitive. Tolerance is done with. If the State but gives a finger, they take the whole hand at once. There can be no more "jesting," and all jest, such as fun, wit, humor, etc., becomes bitter earnest. The clamor of the Liberals for freedom of the press runs counter to their own principle, their proper will. They will what they do not will, i. e. they wish, they would like. Hence it is too that they fall away so easily when once so-called freedom of the press appears; then they would like censorship. Quite naturally. The State is...


Americana - 2839420423

219,99 zł

Americana Bear Family Records

Muzyka>Rock>Rock & Roll

1. The Battle Of New Orleans 2. Unfortunate Man 3. Fair Rosamond's Bower 4. Soldier's Joy 5. Country Boy 6. I'm Too Young To Marry 7. Pretty Mary 8. Sailor Man 9. Zelma Lee 10. Rattlesnake Song 11. Old Joe Clark 12. Tennessee Stud 13. Razorback Steak 14. First Covered Wagon 15. The Maid Of Argenta 16. Bunker Hill 17. Song Of The Cowboys 18. Peter Francisco 19. Four Little Girls In Boston 20. Slack Your Rope 21. Run, Johnny, Run 22. Arkansas Traveler 23. Damyankee Lad 24. Chalamette 25. The Battle Of New Orleans 101. The Land Where The Bluegrass Grows 102. The Widders Of Bowling Green 103. Get Along Boys 104. Sweet Betsy From Pike 105. Shoot The Buffalo 106. Song Of The Pioneer 107. I'm Leavin' On The Wagon Train 108. Jordan Am A Hard Road To Travel 109. The Marshall Of Silver City 110. The Wilderness Road 111. The Pony Express 112. Mooshatanio 113. The Shanty In The Holler 114. Big River Man 115. Big John Davy 116. On Top Of Pikes Peak 117. Fidi Diddle Um A-dazey 118. The Song Of Creation 119. The Battle Of San Juan Hill 120. Banjer Pickin' Man 121. Tucumcari 122. St. Brendon's Isle 123. He Had A Long Chain On 124. Big Hoss 125. Sal's Got A Sugarlip 126. Mooshatanio 127. Ox Driving Song 128. General Custer 129. What Was Your Name In The States 130. Billy The Kid 131. Jesse James 201. Billy Yank & Johnny Reb 202. Won't You Come Along & Go 203. Rock Of Chickamauga 204. How Do You Like The Army 205. Git Along Little Yearlings 206. Oh Florie 207. I'm A Poor Rebel Soldier 208. My Black Bird Has Gone 209. Goodbye Reb, Y' All Come 210. On Top Of Shiloh's Hill 211. When I Swim The Golden River 212. The Giant Of The Thunderhead 213. Shanghied 214. Santy Anny-o 215. Row Bullies Row 216. The Land Of The Amazon 217. What Could I Do? 218. Driftwood At Sea 219. In A Cotton Shirt & A Pair Of Dungarees 220. Davy Jones (Song Of A Dead Soldier) 221. Sailor, Sailor, Marry Me 222. The Diver Boy 223. The Ship That Never Returned 224. Sailing Away On The Ocean 225. John Paul Jones 226. The Bear Flew Over The Ocean


Rejects Of Society - 2839416387

56,99 zł

Rejects Of Society CAPTAIN OI

Muzyka>Rock>Heavy / Hard

1. Same Old Story 2. Death In Glory 3. Forever 4. These Boots 5. Hooligans Heavens 6. These Streets 7. Union Worker 8. Rejects Of Society 9. Young & Reckless 10. Nice Boys Finish Last 11. The Sound Of The Streets 12. Dead End 13. Prison Bound 14. Astro Zombies 15. Saturdays Heroes


Deadly Consequences - 2862410493

72,38 zł

Deadly Consequences Lightning Source UK Ltd

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Jude Pittman - Deadly Consequences: Second Edition (Kelly McWinter PI Book 3) Kelly McWinter and Gillian are keeping a promise, and taking their first vacation as a couple at Bubba's Paradise Lodge. Of course, the fact that Cam Belcher, the owner of the Hideaway and feisty redhead Stella Davis, have picked this particular Paradise to tie the knot is the icing on the wedding cake. Everything is perfect - the setting is gorgeous, the weather is heavenly and love is definitely in the air. At least that's the way it seemed when Kelly and Gillian returned from the wedding of their best friends and prepared to settle in for the night in one of Bubba's romantic little cabins. Flash forward to the middle of the night, and the sound of Bubba Tate banging the hell out of the cabin door is enough to put a damper on any vacation, and when the reason for Bubba's late night intrusion turns out to be the murder of one of Gillian's stable boys back at her riding stable in Fort Worth, the wedding is over and Paradise is in the rear view mirror of the 747 taking Kelly and Gillian back home to Texas. The small community of Indian Creek is rocked by the nasty doings at Eagle Mountain Lake: a dirty rotten snake peddling child porn, a psychopath killing stable hands and a monster who beat a pretty teenage girl over the head and left her for dead. Kelly and his old partner Augustus Graham are hard pressed to discover the truth disguised by the lies and mis-directions hidden in this intricate whodunnit, and Kelly is desperate to solve these crimes before Gillian sinks in the muck that someone is dumping on her riding stable.


Sklepy zlokalizowane w miastach: Warszawa, Kraków, Łódź, Wrocław, Poznań, Gdańsk, Szczecin, Bydgoszcz, Lublin, Katowice

Szukaj w sklepach lub całym serwisie

1. Sklepy z krainaksiazek pl dead old boys 20167186

2. Szukaj na wszystkich stronach serwisu

t1=0.049, t2=0, t3=0, t4=0.021, t=0.05

Dla sprzedawców

copyright © 2005-2017  |  made by Internet Software House DOTCOM RIVER