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WINNER OF THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE 2018 SHORTLISTED FOR THE RATHBONES FOLIO PRIZE 2019 SHORTLISTED FOR THE WOMEN'S PRIZE FOR FICTION 2019 SHORTLISTED FOR THE ORWELL PRIZE FOR POLITICAL FICTION 2019 'Blazing.' Daily Telegraph 'Outstanding.' New Statesman 'A triumph.' Guardian 'Utterly compelling.' Irish Times 'The best Booker winner in years.' Metro In an unnamed city, where to be interesting is dangerous, an eighteen-year-old woman has attracted the unwanted and unavoidable attention of a powerful and frightening older man, 'Milkman'. In this community, where suggestions quickly become fact, where gossip and hearsay can lead to terrible consequences, what can she do to stop a rumour once it has started? Milkman is persistent, the word is spreading, and she is no longer in control . . .

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At some point in their lives, millions of people have waited tables. And many remain haunted by nightmare scenarios where they are the sole server in a packed restaurant. For all those disenchanted current and former food service employees, Darron Cardosa (a.k.a. the Bitchy Waiter) has your back. Since 2008 he s vented his frustrations about everything from entitled has-beens to what "really" goes on in that fancy restaurant in a popular blog. A snarky mix of Sedaris, Bourdain, Bombeck, and Mo Rocca, Cardosa distills 30 years of food service into dark, funny tales that anyone who worked in the industry will relate to."

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Examines the life and art of Hieronymus Bosch, a Netherlandish painter from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, and includes reproductions of representative works.

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Are you looking for a safe, healthy, and fun relationship? Are you trying to improve intimacy—both emotional and physical—within your relationship? Do you know how to spot the most destructive “red flags” that signal trouble ahead? In What’s Your Favorite Flavor of Ice Cream? life coach Lara Sansen doesn’t just hand you a stock answer—she shares some of the best questions you can ask to find your own solutions. She has worked with hundreds of clients, dealing with a variety of roadblocks to their own happiness, including stress, doubt, trust issues, trauma, abuse, violence, and shyness. In her research, she has found that there are compelling similarities between the personalities of people and their "favorite flavor of ice creams." This has inspired her to create understanding, a virtual analogy of ice-cream “flavors,” that is unique to each person's personality. Here, she invites you to see which of those tantalizing flavors will taste the best on your tongue. This self-help guide is designed to inspire productive communication and conversation to enhance your life. At the end of each fun-filled chapter, Sansen offers a list of provocative questions. You can use to better relate to those around you, when you know their "Favorite Flavor of ice cream". Boredom in the bedroom does not have to be a lifelong affliction. Ask, and you can receive a better love life.

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Profiles eight historical figures who demonstrated particular integrity in the face of opposition, including John Quincy Adams, Daniel Webster, Thomas Hart Benton, and Robert A. Taft.

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"This volume evolved from the session "Provenance: The Transformative Power," held at the 96th annual College Art Association conference in Dallas, 21 February 2008."

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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin was written by Benjamin Franklin from 1771 to 1790; however, Franklin himself appears to have called the work his Memoirs. Although it had a torturous publication history after Franklin's death, this work has become one of the most famous and influential examples of autobiography ever written.

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The creation sings to us with the visual beauty of God's handiwork. But what of man-made art? Much of it is devoid of sacred beauty and is often rejected by Christians. Christian artists struggle to find acceptance within the church. If all of life is to be viewed as "under the lordship of Christ," can we rediscover what Gods plan is for the arts? Philip Graham Ryken brings into sharp focus a biblical view of the arts and the artists who make art for God's sake. This is a concise yet comprehensive treatment of the major issue of the arts for all who seek answers. - Publisher.