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Wit and Wisdom of Robert E. Lee
Robert E. Lee
1565542754
November 1997
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Santa Steps Out
Robert Devereaux
0843947810
Oct 2000
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Book Review
In the opening lines of Santa Steps Out: A Fairy Tale for Grown-ups, we learn that God the Father had to "cut His vacation short" and is in a "towering rage" about it. It appears that while the archangel Michael was running things, the world got pretty screwed up. "Michael...you know that Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy are never to cross paths. It's one of our Father's most solemn injunctions." Ah, that Tooth Fairy. She's also got her hooks into the Easter Bunny.

Robert Devereaux is a master of vivid scene setting, especially gory scenes and sex scenes. There is a lot of sex in this book--mostly happy, lubricious sex that is sometimes downright amazing. Prepare for a strange and stimulating ride when you hop in the sleigh with Santa and witness all his adventures. Prepare to see childhood...



Caliban and Other Tales
Robert Devereaux
0843949775
Mar 2002
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Flight of Storks and Angels
Robert Devereaux
1594140588
October 2003
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Case Studies on U.S. Trade Negotiations, Vol. 2
Charan Devereaux
0881323632
June 2006
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Case Studies on U.S. Trade Negotiations
Charan Devereaux
0881323640
June 2006
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Case Studies on Us Trade Negotiations: Study Guide
Charan Devereaux
0881323861
June 2006
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The Best American Erotica 2002
Susie Bright
0684869152
January 2002
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Book Review
Is this sex in America? Let's hope so. The Best American Erotica 1999 is a melting pot of inventive selections that run the gamut from bittersweet stories of youthful passion to Henry Miller-esque vignettes of cosmopolitan lust. There are detours along the way to raunchy merriment, steamy liaisons, erotic sorrow, and many other landmarks in the erotic landscape, both fresh and familiar. Explore the bittersweet of yesterday and today, growing up with Elise D'Haene in an excerpt from "Licking Our Wounds." If Kirk-Spock fantasies are getting to be old hat, take a titillating peek into an amorous Boy Wonder's diary in Kelly McQuain's "Je T'aime, Batman, Je T'adore." The erotic imagination of America wouldn't be complete without a rock star fantasy: Ben Neihart's "The Number One Song in the Country" delivers, in spades....

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