A Novel


Author: Sally Mandel

Publisher: Diversion Publishing Corp.

ISBN: 1626811253

Category: Fiction

Page: 307

View: 8451

A novel of an unlikely college romance and the choices we face on the cusp of independence, by a New York Times–bestselling author. Headstrong and beautiful Quinn Mallory meets Will Ingraham at college in the 1960s. Their personalities couldn’t be more different, but a true love blossoms between them that, they believe, will last forever. But eventually, Quinn’s dreams of a career in the big city will collide with Will’s longing for a quiet life together in his Idaho home—leaving Quinn to choose between the life she wants and the man she loves, in this moving, poignant novel by an author who “has a gift for true and incisive dialogue” (Publishers Weekly). “A novel full of fresh characters in a timeless setting . . . . A delightful book to read and reread.” —The Pittsburgh Press “Her novels will inspire you with love, laughter, and courage.” —Luanne Rice



Author: D. B. Reynolds

Publisher: ImaJinn Books

ISBN: 1611948614

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

View: 7950

"I highly recommend the entire series to vampire fanatics who understand the powerful relationships with vampires. In this series, there is NEVER a dull moment!" -Cassandra's Lost in Books on Lucifer. Ireland--a land of magic and fantasy, of fierce warrior kings and fairy mounds . . . and, of course, vampires who've been around for nearly as long as those beguiling fey. Brilliant and ambitious, Quinn Kavanagh was aiming for the top, even before he was turned. But now, as a powerful vampire lord, he's driven by the demands of his blood, compelled to conquer and destroy, to defeat Ireland's criminal ruler, and make the territory a better place for all its vampires and humans alike. Smart and beautiful, Eve Connelly was a graduate student with life's endless possibilities stretched out before her. She knew nothing of vampires and didn't care . . . until she watched two of them murder her beloved brother. Now she's driven, too. But she doesn't want to help Ireland's vampires--she just wants to kill them. Bound together by love and hate, Quinn and Eve will risk everything to bring down the bloody regime of Ireland's current vampire ruler. But in order to find revenge for Eve and the ultimate power for Quinn, they first have to learn to trust each other. And that might be the most dangerous thing of all . . . . D. B. Reynolds is the RT and EPIC Award-Winning author of the Vampires in America series of paranormal romance, and an Emmy-nominated television sound editor. She lives in a flammable canyon near Los Angeles, and when she's not writing her own books, she can usually be found reading someone else's. Visit her blog at dbreynolds.com for details on all of her books and more.

The Selected Letters of Ezra Pound to John Quinn



Author: Ezra Pound,Timothy Materer

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 9780822311324

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 238

View: 5476

This volume provides a first-hand survey of the arts and literature during a crucial period in modern culture, 1915–1924. Pound was then associated with such germinal magazines as BLAST, The Little Review, The Egoist, and Poetry; he was discovering or publicizing writers such as Robert Frost, Hilda Doolittle, T. S. Eliot, and James Joyce; and he was championing the painters Wyndham Lewis and William Wadsworth as well as the sculptors Jacob Epstein, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, and Constantin Brancusi. Pound wrote to John Quinn—a New York lawyer, an expert in business law, and a collector of unusual taste and discrimination—about these artists and many more, urging him to support their journals, collect their manuscripts, and buy and exhibit their paintings and sculptures. Quinn at one time owned manuscripts of Ulysses and The Waste Land, Brancusi’s sculpture Mlle. Pogany, and Picasso’s painting Three Musicians. Yet he was often skeptical about the value of new schools of art, such as Vorticism, and disturbed by the outspokenness of authors such as Joyce. Pound’s letters are unusually tactful when he counters Quinn’s doubts and explains the premises of experimental art. Pound’s letters to Quinn are touched with his characteristic humor and wordplay and are especially notable for their lucidity of expression, engendered by Pound’s deep respect for Quinn.

Quinn Martin, Producer

A Behind-the-Scenes History of QM Productions and Its Founder


Author: Jonathan Etter

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 1476605068

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 232

View: 7474

“Quinn Martin was the most innovative and most creative of his kind. He was a man in touch with the future, far more than the times. His characters were not stereotypical characters. His production methods were not stereotypical either. He was unique in a number of ways. That’s why his shows did so well”—Lynda Day George, guest star on QM’s The Fugitive, The FBI, and other shows. Producer of such television shows as The Invaders, Barnaby Jones, The Untouchables, The Streets of San Francisco, Cannon and 12 O’Clock High, Quinn Martin was widely admired for his devotion to his shows, his hands-on approach to the writing, casting and editing of each episode, his interactions with network executives, and the high standards he set for his crew and actors. This detailed study of Martin and his company examines each of his series in detail, from development through cancellation.

Elliott and Quinn

As Law


Author: Catherine Elliott,Frances Quinn

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN: 9781405836180

Category: Law

Page: 642

View: 2938

Now in its third edition, AS Law continues its clear explanation of the law, allowing students to enjoy learning, and providing a pathway to examination success. Throughout the text, critique of existing law, law reform proposals and commentary are discussed to stretch students understanding and give them the confidence to tackle essay and examination questions. Newspaper articles and photographs on topical cases are included, keeping the law fresh and engaging. The new edition includes the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 which introduces the radical constitutional reforms of the Labour governments and the increase police powers contained in the Serious Organised Crime Police Act 2005.

Harley Quinn's Shocking Surprise


Author: Blake A. Hoena

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 1434217299

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 48

View: 9086

When villain Harley Quinn captures Robin during a criminal investigation, she plans to use him as bait to lure Batman into a trap.

Grounding Quinn


Author: Steph Campbell

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 147111757X

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

View: 8045

Eighteen-year-old Quinn MacPherson's biggest fear has always been turning out like her mentally unstable mother or cold-hearted father. That is, until she meets Benjamin Shaw. Quinn thinks hooking up with Ben over summer vacation will be nothing more than a quick fling, and with his hot body and heart-breaking smile that's all she really wants from him. But she quickly realises that, Ben is not just some guy. He gets her - the real her, flaws and all - and that scares the hell out of her. So when Ben does the unthinkable and tells Quinn he's in love with her, she does what comes naturally: she pushes him away, breaking his heart, before he can break hers. Ben isn't prepared to let go that easily, he knows that Quinn is something special, and he'll do whatever it takes to make sure they're together. But will he be able to persuade Quinn to open herself up and allow Ben in to her life… and her heart?

Citizen Quinn


Author: Gavin Daly,Ian Kehoe

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 1844883159

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

View: 5878

Citizen Quinn tells the staggering story of the rise and fall of Ireland's richest man: Sean Quinn. A few years ago, Sean Quinn was ranked among the two hundred richest people in the world, with a personal fortune of some $6 billion. Today he is bust, and his businesses have been taken from him. How did it all happen? In Citizen Quinn, Ian Kehoe and Gavin Daly trace the remarkable life of the 'simple farmer's son' who made most of his money through guts and graft long before the excesses of the Celtic Tiger, who brought economic vibrancy to a depressed border region, and who then lost it all through a disastrous move into the insurance business and a multi-billion-euro gamble on the shares of the world's most toxic bank. 'Gripping and well-researched ... paints a picture of a man who is delusional about what has happened and the extent to which he is to blame' Irish Times 'For all those intrigued by by a small Cavan farmer's son came to be one of the richest men in the world, and then lost it all, Citizen Quinn is a must-read' Sunday Business Post 'The book chronicles this truly compelling story, and the story of a compelling man' Irish Mail on Sunday 'A gripping story told in language that people without an MBA can follow' Irish Independent 'A great read' Sean O'Rourke, RTE Radio One

Quinn's Way


Author: Rebecca Flanders

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781426884009

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

View: 6849

One wrong turn and twenty-fourth-century explorer Quinn had fallen through a crack in time--three hundred years in the past...and straight into the arms of the woman of his dreams. Now he was stranded in another time and entranced by Houston Malloy, the beauty who had taken him in. She had never experienced anything like the sexy stranger who had tumbled into her world. Common sense told Houston he must be lying about who he truly was, yet his eyes, his touch compelled her to believe in something so extraordinary, she could scarcely breathe. Though Quinn had found a peace all his quantum leaps had never granted him, a clock had begun to tick. If Quinn could not find a way back to his own time, he would have no tomorrows to share with Houston...for he would no longer exist.