Monthly Archives: July 1991

Straight, No Chaser

Kristen Weinoldt #194 ALL 1991.009 In Straight, No Chaser, Brian Marcus, black American who lives in Germany and works as a detective in Hamburg, finds a body on the ferry from Denmark. It is the start of a bizarre case … Continue reading

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Thirties/Eighties

Richard Grayson #196 ALL 1991.010 Thirties/Eighties by Richard Grayson contains the author’s diary entries, one for each month, for the period between August 1981 and July 1991.

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Day of A Non

D.(avid) Bissonette #195 HUM 1991.002 If Charlie Brown were to become a rooftop sniper this would be his tale. This is undoubtedly the most sick, ridiculously perverted piece of work I’ve ever written. Diary of A Non. Enjoy!

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Bienvenidos

Jan Young #197 ALL 1991.011 A, B, C Bienvenidos is a Southern California historical saga spanning the years 1886 to 1913 in three volumes.

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The Legion of Shadows

Thomas Beary #191 ADV 1991.004 A, B The Legion of Shadows follows the ill-fated Narvaez Expedition from its beach-head near Tampa Bay in 1528 to its termination in northern Mexico in 1536, with only four survivors. But these four men, … Continue reading

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Paralee

Amanda Graham #190 FAM 1991.002 Paralee is my autobiography. An era of American history from 1910 through 1991 in which I lived. It is my personal story starting from a homestead in Colorado, as a young girl in a very … Continue reading

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The White Years

H. Bird #192 FUT 1991.002 In the year 2002 the world came to an abrupt end as we know it. Through years of effort a few surviving children united to a future hope in a new world. Those were The … Continue reading

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Jism Noir

Jack Saunders #193 SOC 1991.006 Jism Noir begins as a science fiction novel (or a mystery, or a novella), and becomes progressively more conventional, and more autobiographical, as it works its way backward in time. It’s about a writer’s struggle … Continue reading

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Lois and Alfred

Nick Landacre #186 SOC 1991.005 Lois and Alfred is an anatomy of beliefs and delusions. Prejudice rules; not law, not justice. Human beings are what they believe.

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Poor Woman Prayers & Scripture Book

Mary Brown #189 SPI 1991.002 Poor Woman Prayers & Scripture Book is a practical book of prayer for everyday life.

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