Varying Paramour is the first book in a series of five that follows the changing life of David Smith. It starts in a small town where we first meet David at the age of seventeen. Although he has gone to the same school his entire life, there was always at least one new teacher he would have to endure. Just as he's feeling as though the school year will be another boring waste of his time, Alan Black walks into the room and David's life is changed forever... This is a story about personal morals and self awareness. Its an eye opening saga of love, lust, betrayal and the never ending battle with homosexuality.
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Alan Kulwicki, born in Greenfield, Wisconsin, nicknamed "Special K" and the "Polish Prince," was an American NASCAR Winston Cup Series (now Spirit Cup) race car driver. He died in an airplane crash near Blountville, TN at the age of 38. This is the true to life story of how Alan Kulwicki, from his start in Go-Kart racing, won the NASCAR championship. His success as owner, manager and driver in NASCAR racing has never been duplicated; many have tried and failed. The author, Fr. Dale Grubba, has followed and documented Kulwicki's career for three decades. The emotions and feelings of the racing fraternity are revealed and show the great respect and admiration for Alan Kulwicki. Race fans will be pleased to read about this American hero! The book is complete with over 100 black and white photos and drawings and references for each chapter. A chronological listing of all the races in Alan Kulwicki's career from Go-Kart racing to NASCAR champion is included.
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Suddenly, a family physician can heal any illness with a simple touch After a dozen years of practicing medicine as a family physician, Dr. Alan Bulmer discovers one day that he can cure any illness with the mere touch of his hand. At first his scientific nature refuses to accept what is happening to him, but there is no rational explanation to be found. So Alan gives himself over to this mysterious power, reveling in the ability to cure the incurable, to give hope to the hopeless—for one hour each day. Although he tries to hide his power, word inevitably leaks out, and soon Alan's life begins to unravel. His marriage and his practice crumble. Only rich, beautiful, enigmatic Sylvia Nash st...
This story takes place in a typical small college town in Illinois that holds a long time dark secret. By a mere chance several college students are connected in a way they would never have thought possible. As a string of "accidents" occur that are soon to be discovered murders, the secrets and lies begin to unravel the small town and some of its oldest residents. New relationships are beginning to form as old ones are revisited or tested. Among the fight, confusion, truth and lies a struggle to save lives, may cost more than anyone is willing to give.
There is a killer loose in Chicago. He goes by the name of Alan. He is playing a bloody game with the Chicago PD. Each one of his victims that is killed by Dissection gas two letters of their name that goes into his real name. Can the Chicago police figure out his real identity or will he get away just to return later and terrorize the good in Chicago?
The late 1950s and early 1960s were the golden years of horror television. Anthology series such as Way Out and Great Ghost Tales, along with certain episodes of Twilight Zone and The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, were among the shows that consistently frightened a generation of television viewers. And perhaps the best of them all was Thriller, hosted by Boris Karloff. In Thriller the horror was gothic, with a darker, bleaker vision of life than its contemporaries. The show's origins and troubled history is first discussed here, followed by biographies of such key figures as producer William Frye, executive producer Hubbell Robinson, writers Robert Bloch and Donald S. Sanford, and Karloff. The episode guide covers all 67 installments, providing airdate, production credits, cast, plot synopses and critical evaluations.