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The Story of a New Name : Neapolitan Novels, Book Two. by Ferrante, Elena.(DLC)2092095; Goldstein, Ann(DLC)1743441;
INDEX OF CHARACTERS AND NOTES ON THE EVENTS OF VOLUME I. -- 1. -- 2. -- 3. -- 4. -- 5. -- 6. -- 7. -- 8. -- 9. -- 10. -- 11. -- 12. -- 13. -- 14. -- 15. -- 16. -- 17. -- 18. -- 19. -- 20. -- 21. -- 22. -- 23. -- 24. -- 25. -- 26. -- 27. -- 28. -- 29. -- 30. -- 31. -- 32. -- 33. -- 34. -- 35. -- 36. -- 37. -- 38. -- 39. -- 40. -- 41. -- 42. -- 43. -- 44. -- 45. -- 46. -- 47. -- 48. -- 49. -- 50. -- 51. -- 52. -- 53. -- 54. -- 55. -- 56. -- 57. -- 58. -- 59. -- 60. -- 61. -- 62. -- 63. -- 64. -- 65. -- 66. -- 67. -- 68. -- 69. -- 70. -- 71. -- 72. -- 73. -- 74. -- 75. -- 76. -- 77. -- 78. -- 79. -- 80. -- 81. -- 82. -- 83. -- 84. -- 85. -- 86. -- 87. -- 88. -- 89. -- 90. -- 91. -- 92. -- 93. -- 94. -- 95. -- 96. -- 97. -- 98. -- 99. -- 100. -- 101. -- 102. -- 103. -- 104. -- 105. -- 106. -- 107. -- 108. -- 109. -- 110. -- 111. -- 112. -- 113. -- 114. -- 115. -- 116. -- 117. -- 118. -- 119. -- 120. -- 121. -- 122. -- 123. -- 124. -- 125. -- ABOUT THE AUTHOR."Elena Ferrante may be the best contemporary novelist you have never heard of... If the best prose is like glass communicating without calling attention to itself Ms Ferrante's is crystal, and her storytelling both visceral and compelling" --The Economist 'While this trilogy is providing a captivating social history of mid-20th Neapolitan life it is primarily the story of a friendship.' --Lizzy's Literary Life.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Time Out Naples. by Out, Editors of Time.;
Cover -- Contents -- Introduction -- Welcome to London -- London in Brief -- London in 48 Hours -- London by Area -- London Basics -- In Context -- History -- Main Chapter -- Feature: Time Machine: AD 290s -- Feature: Time Machine: 1210s -- Feature: Time Machine: 1480s -- Feature: Thanks for the Memories -- Feature: Time Machine: 1830s -- Feature: Time Machine: 1910s -- Feature: Key Events -- London Today -- Architecture -- Main Chapter -- Feature: Spotterâs Guide to: Tudor Windows -- Feature: Spotterâs Guide to: Baroque Spires -- Feature: Spotterâs Guide to: Art Deco -- Feature: London 2012 Art -- Feature: Spotterâs Guide to: City Skyscrapers -- London 2012 -- Olympic City -- Main Chapter -- Feature: Birth of the Paralympic Games -- Venues -- Main Chapter -- THE BASICS -- OLYMPIC PARK -- Feature: Torch Song -- Feature: Beside the Seaside -- Feature: Whatever Next? -- INSIDE TRACK: SEE FOR FREE -- INSIDE TRACK: TALKING THE WALK -- INSIDE TRACK: GETTING DRESSED -- INSIDE TRACK: LIVE SITES -- Sporting Glory -- Main Chapter -- Feature: Leading Londoners -- Visit -- Main Chapter -- SCHEDULES -- TICKETS -- ORIENTATION -- AT THE GAMES -- GETTING TO THE GAMES -- HEALTH & SAFETY -- ACCOMMODATION -- Feature: TRAVEL CALENDAR -- INSIDE TRACK: OFFSET YOUR TRIP -- Sights -- The South Bank & Bankside -- Main Chapter -- THE SOUTH BANK -- BANKSIDE -- BOROUGH -- LONDON BRIDGE TO TOWER BRIDGE -- Profile: London Eye -- INSIDE TRACK: STREET VIEW -- INSIDE TRACK: FIRST FOR HIRST -- INSIDE TRACK: PENTHOUSE DREAMS -- The City -- Main Chapter -- INTRODUCING THE CITY -- TEMPLE & THE INNS OF COURT -- FLEET STREET -- ST PAULâS & AROUND -- NORTH TO SMITHFIELD -- NORTH OF LONDON WALL -- BANK & AROUND -- MONUMENT & THE TOWER OF LONDON -- Profile: Museum of London -- Feature: Thou Shalt Not Steal -- Feature: Happy Birthday, Barbican -- Feature: Animal Passion.INSIDE TRACK: LONDON PASS -- INSIDE TRACK: PRIVATE PROPERTY -- INSIDE TRACK: LIVERY IT UP -- INSIDE TRACK: THE WRITE STUFF -- INSIDE TRACK: LONDON RIVER PARK -- Holborn & Clerkenwell -- Main Chapter -- HOLBORN -- CLERKENWELL & FARRINGDON -- SMITHFIELD -- INSIDE TRACK: IF I MAY SPEAK FREELY -- INSIDE TRACK: TOP DECK TREAT -- Bloomsbury & Kingâs Cross -- Main Chapter -- BLOOMSBURY -- KINGâS CROSS & ST PANCRAS -- FITZROVIA -- Walk: Book Stops -- Feature: Snapshot: Iron Age London -- INSIDE TRACK: ALL THE WORLDâS A STAGE -- INSIDE TRACK: HAWK EYES -- Covent Garden & the Strand -- Main Chapter -- COVENT GARDEN -- THE STRAND & EMBANKMENT -- THE ALDWYCH -- Feature: Market Makeover -- INSIDE TRACK: THE OLYMPIC JOURNEY -- INSIDE TRACK: HOMES FROM HOME -- INSIDE TRACK: CHANGING TITIAN -- Soho & Leicester Square -- Main Chapter -- SOHO SQUARE -- OLD COMPTON STREET & AROUND -- WARDOUR STREET & AROUND -- WEST SOHO -- CHINATOWN & LEICESTER SQUARE -- Feature: A Better Leicester Square? -- Feature: Sebastian Coeâs London -- INSIDE TRACK: SO LONG, SOHO -- INSIDE TRACK: SEVEN NOSES OF SOHO -- Oxford Street & Marylebone -- Main Chapter -- OXFORD STREET -- MARYLEBONE -- REGENTâS PARK -- Walk: The Sidestreet Shuffle -- INSIDE TRACK: SCRAMBLED EGGS -- INSIDE TRACK: CITY OF SCULPTURE -- Paddington & Notting Hill -- Main Chapter -- EDGWARE ROAD & PADDINGTON -- NOTTING HILL -- INSIDE TRACK: MARKET FINDS -- Piccadilly Circus & Mayfair -- Main Chapter -- PICCADILLY CIRCUS & REGENT STREET -- MAYFAIR -- PICCADILLY & GREEN PARK -- Feature: Death and Dignity -- INSIDE TRACK: MAKE A SPLASH -- INSIDE TRACK: DEEP WATER -- INSIDE TRACK: HIGH AND MIGHTY -- Westminster & St Jamesâs -- Main Chapter -- TRAFALGAR SQUARE -- WHITEHALL TO PARLIAMENT SQUARE -- MILLBANK -- VICTORIA -- AROUND ST JAMESâS PARK -- ST JAMESâS -- Feature: Get There Greener.Feature: Snapshot: Stuart London -- INSIDE TRACK: BIRD WATCH -- INSIDE TRACK: LUCIAN FREUD -- INSIDE TRACK: LONDON BY GASLIGHT -- INSIDE TRACK: STAY OFF THE LIONS -- Chelsea -- Main Chapter -- SLOANE SQUARE & THE KINGâS ROAD -- CHEYNE WALK & CHELSEA EMBANKMENT -- INSIDE TRACK: ESPIONAGE -- Knightsbridge & South Kensington -- Main Chapter -- KNIGHTSBRIDGE -- SOUTH KENSINGTON -- HYDE PARK & KENSINGTON GARDENS -- Profile: Science Museum -- Feature: Snapshot: Victorian London -- INSIDE TRACK: GIDDY-UP! -- INSIDE TRACK: STREET RADICAL -- North London -- Main Chapter -- CAMDEN -- ST JOHNâS WOOD -- HAMPSTEAD -- HIGHGATE -- ISLINGTON -- DALSTON & STOKE NEWINGTON -- INSIDE TRACK: CROWD CONTROL -- INSIDE TRACK: WATER WALKING -- East London -- Main Chapter -- SPITALFIELDS -- BRICK LANE -- WHITECHAPEL -- SHOREDITCH & HOXTON -- BETHNAL GREEN -- DOCKLANDS -- HACKNEY & AROUND -- LEA VALLEY -- WALTHAMSTOW -- Feature: Sounds of the Sea -- INSIDE TRACK: OUTSIDE THE OLYMPIC PARK -- South-east London -- Main Chapter -- KENNINGTON & THE ELEPHANT -- CAMBERWELL & PECKHAM -- DULWICH & CRYSTAL PALACE -- ROTHERHITHE -- GREENWICH -- WOOLWICH ARSENAL & THE THAMES BARRIER -- Feature: Artistic Revival -- INSIDE TRACK: FANS OF TEA -- INSIDE TRACK: RIVER ART -- South-west London -- Main Chapter -- VAUXHALL, STOCKWELL & BRIXTON -- BATTERSEA -- CLAPHAM & WANDSWORTH -- PUTNEY & BARNES -- KEW & RICHMOND -- WIMBLEDON -- FURTHER SOUTH-WEST -- INSIDE TRACK: BLACK AND PROUD -- INSIDE TRACK: CREEPY CASTLE -- West London -- Main Chapter -- KENSINGTON & HOLLAND PARK -- EARLâS COURT & FULHAM -- SHEPHERDâS BUSH -- HAMMERSMITH -- CHISWICK -- SOUTHALL -- INSIDE TRACK: TRAINS, TAXIS AND BUSES -- INSIDE TRACK: ARTS HOUSE -- Eat, Drink, Sleep, Shop -- Hotels -- Main Chapter -- OUR LISTINGS -- THE SOUTH BANK & BANKSIDE -- THE CITY -- HOLBORN & CLERKENWELL -- BLOOMSBURY & FITZROVIA.COVENT GARDEN & THE STRAND -- SOHO & LEICESTER SQUARE -- OXFORD STREET & MARYLEBONE -- PADDINGTON & NOTTING HILL -- PICCADILLY CIRCUS & MAYFAIR -- WESTMINSTER & ST JAMESâS -- CHELSEA -- KNIGHTSBRIDGE & SOUTH KENSINGTON -- NORTH LONDON -- EAST LONDON -- SOUTH-EAST LONDON -- SOUTH-WEST LONDON -- WEST LONDON -- APARTMENT RENTAL -- CAMPING & CARAVANNING -- STAYING WITH THE LOCALS -- UNIVERSITY RESIDENCES -- YOUTH HOSTELS -- Feature: Have Bike, Will Travel -- Feature: The Grand Tour -- INSIDE TRACK: SAFARI CAMP -- INSIDE TRACK: BUYER BEWARE! -- INSIDE TRACK: STRATFORD SLEEPS -- INSIDE TRACK: NO FRILLS -- THE BEST: NEW HOTELS -- THE BEST: BARGAIN BEDS -- Restaurants & Cafés -- Main Chapter -- ESSENTIAL INFORMATION -- THE SOUTH BANK & BANKSIDE -- THE CITY -- HOLBORN & CLERKENWELL -- BLOOMSBURY & FITZROVIA -- COVENT GARDEN -- SOHO & CHINATOWN -- OXFORD STREET & MARYLEBONE -- PICCADILLY CIRCUS & MAYFAIR -- WESTMINSTER & ST JAMESâS -- CHELSEA -- KNIGHTSBRIDGE & SOUTH KENSINGTON -- PADDINGTON & NOTTING HILL -- NORTH LONDON -- EAST LONDON -- SOUTH-EAST LONDON -- SOUTH-WEST LONDON -- WEST LONDON -- Feature: Chefâs Table -- Feature: Hot Coffee -- INSIDE TRACK: CHINATOWN -- INSIDE TRACK: EXPERIMENTAL FOOD SOCIETY -- INSIDE TRACK: EAT TURKISH -- INSIDE TRACK: PARK PERSPECTIVES -- THE BEST: OF BRITISH -- THE BEST: TREAT EATS -- THE BEST: VALUE -- Pubs & Bars -- Main Chapter -- THE SOUTH BANK & BANKSIDE -- THE CITY -- HOLBORN & CLERKENWELL -- BLOOMSBURY & FITZROVIA -- COVENT GARDEN & THE STRAND -- SOHO & LEICESTER SQUARE -- OXFORD STREET & MARYLEBONE -- PADDINGTON & NOTTING HILL -- PICCADILLY CIRCUS & MAYFAIR -- WESTMINSTER & ST JAMESâS -- CHELSEA -- KNIGHTSBRIDGE & SOUTH KENSINGTON -- NORTH LONDON -- EAST LONDON -- SOUTH-EAST LONDON -- SOUTH-WEST LONDON -- WEST LONDON -- Feature: The Gin Craze -- Feature: Sofa Sport -- Feature: Somethingâs Brewing.INSIDE TRACK: POP-UP BARS -- THE BEST: BUZZ BARS -- Shops & Services -- Main Chapter -- SHOPPING IN LONDON -- DEPARTMENT STORES -- SHOPPING CENTRES & ARCADES -- MARKETS -- BOOKS & MAGAZINES -- CHILDREN -- ELECTRONICS & PHOTOGRAPHY -- FASHION -- FASHION ACCESSORIES & SERVICES -- FOOD & DRINK -- GIFTS & SOUVENIRS -- HEALTH & BEAUTY -- HOUSE & HOME -- MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT -- SPORTS & FITNESS -- TICKETS -- TRAVELLERSâ NEEDS -- Feature: The World in a Village -- Feature: East Meets Westfield -- Feature: Where to Shop -- Feature: Style Street -- INSIDE TRACK: CURIOSITY SHOPS -- INSIDE TRACK: LONDON 2012 SHOPS -- INSIDE TRACK: POP-UP SHOPS -- THE BEST: FASHION -- THE BEST: TALKING-POINT SOUVENIRS -- Arts & Entertainment -- Calendar -- Main Chapter -- INFORMATION -- ALL YEAR ROUND -- JANUARY-MARCH -- APRIL-JUNE -- JULY-SEPTEMBER -- OCTOBER-DECEMBER -- Feature: Happy and Glorious -- Feature: Please, Sir, Can We Have Some More? -- Feature: London Celebrates -- Feature: London 2012 Festival -- Feature: Standing on Ceremony -- INSIDE TRACK: STAY OUT LATE -- INSIDE TRACK: LONDON 2012 LOCAL -- INSIDE TRACK: TRAFALGAR SQUARE -- Children -- Main Chapter -- WHERE TO GO -- EATING & DRINKING -- ENTERTAINMENT -- SPACES TO PLAY -- Feature: Meet the Mascots -- INSIDE TRACK: ON THE BUS -- THE BEST: LONDON LESSONS -- Comedy -- Main Chapter -- CENTRAL -- NORTH LONDON -- EAST LONDON -- SOUTH LONDON -- WEST LONDON -- Feature: Our Own Edinburgh? -- Feature: Scipmylo -- INSIDE TRACK: THE BEST MEDAL-CEREMONY SONGS -- Dance -- Main Chapter -- DANCE COMPANIES -- MAJOR VENUES -- OTHER VENUES -- Festivals: Dance -- Feature: Private View -- INSIDE TRACK: PINA BAUSCH -- Film -- Main Chapter -- WHERE TO GO -- FIRST-RUN CINEMAS -- REPERTORY CINEMAS -- IMAX -- Feature: Who Needs a Cinema? -- Festivals: Film -- INSIDE TRACK: GET HITCHED -- Gay & Lesbian -- Main Chapter.THE GAY SCENE IN LONDON.The official London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games licensee for travel and tourism guides, Time Out has produced a 2012 edition of the London city guide that is the essential tool to help visitors plan where to go, how to get involved in the games, and what to do during the rest of their stay in London. The 20th edition helps visitors to navigate the 2,000-year-old city from the handful of musts to the thousands of eccentricities and particularities that give London its real flavor. The sheer size of London can make it a daunting place to explore, making this guide even more valuable to help with the navigation.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Naples ''44 [electronic resource] : A World War II Diary of Occupied Italy by Lewis, Norman.(SAGE)1718161;
Cover; Title Page; Contents; Foreword; 1943; September 8; September 9; September 10; September 11; September 12; September 14; September 15; September 17; September 18; September 20; September 21; September 28; October 3; October 4; October 6; October 8; October 9; October 10; October 13; October 15; October 20; October 22; October 23; October 24; October 25; October 28; November 1; November 5; November 10; November 15; November 25; November 26; December 5; December 9; December 18; December 20; 1944; January 1; January 5; January 7; January 12; January 14; January 19; January 22; February 5February 12February 28; March 3; March 5; March 13; March 14; March 15; March 19; March 20; March 22; March 24; March 25; March 26; March 29; April 1; April 3; April 5; April 7; April 14; April 15; April 18; April 24; April 25; May 1; May 3; May 7; May 7; May 9; May 11; May 28; May 31; June 4; June 7; June 9; June 27; July 12; July 24; July 26; August 3; August 12; August 13; August 15; August 18; August 20; August 21; August 25; August 28; August 30; August 31; September 1; September 3; September 6; September 11; September 16; September 19; September 20; September 23; September 25; October 6October 8October 10; October 16; October 20; October 24; About the Author; CopyrightNorman Lewis's groundbreaking book about Naples in the wake of the Nazi occupation is a spellbinding narrative of triumphs and tragedies in war-torn ItalyAs a young man assigned to Italy with the British Intelligence Corps in 1944, Norman Lewis witnessed the city's turbulent recovery from the war after its liberation from the Nazi occupation. Lewis writes in striking detail about the Neapolitan people and the effects of World War II on their everyday lives.Devastating, poignant, and occasionally humorous, Naples '44 is a captivating read that brings to vivid life the struggles and resilience o
Subjects: Electronic books.; Naples (Italy) -- History.; World War, 1939-1945 -- Italy -- Naples.; World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, British.;
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Naples '44 : An intelligence officer in the Italian labyrinth. by Lewis, Norman.(DLC)1718161;
Naples '44 -- Foreword -- 1943 -- September 8 -- September 9 -- September 10 -- September 11 -- September 12 -- September 14 -- September 15 -- September 17 -- September 18 -- September 20 -- September 21 -- September 28 -- October 3 -- October 4 -- October 6 -- October 8 -- October 9 -- October 10 -- October 13 -- October 15 -- October 20 -- October 22 -- October 23 -- October 24 -- October 25 -- October 28 -- November 1 -- November 5 -- November 10 -- November 15 -- November 25 -- November 26 -- December 5 -- December 9 -- December 18 -- December 20 -- 1944 -- January 1 -- January 5 -- January 7 -- January 12 -- January 14 -- January 19 -- January 22 -- February 5 -- February 12 -- February 28 -- March 3 -- March 5 -- March 13 -- March 14 -- March 15 -- March 19 -- March 20 -- March 22 -- March 24 -- March 25 -- March 26 -- March 29 -- April 1 -- April 3 -- April 5 -- April 7 -- April 14 -- April 15 -- April 18 -- April 24 -- April 25 -- May 1 -- May 3 -- May 7 -- May 7 -- May 9 -- May 11 -- May 28 -- May 31 -- June 4 -- June 7 -- June 9 -- June 27 -- July 12 -- July 24 -- July 26 -- August 3 -- August 12 -- August 13 -- August 15 -- August 18 -- August 20 -- August 21 -- August 25 -- August 28 -- August 30 -- August 31 -- September 1 -- September 3 -- September 6 -- September 11 -- September 16 -- September 19 -- September 20 -- September 23 -- September 25 -- October 6 -- October 8 -- October 10 -- October 16 -- October 20 -- October 24 -- About the Author.Norman Lewis arrived in war-torn Naples as an intelligence officer in 1944. The starving population has devoured all the tropical fish in the aquarium, respectable women had been driven to prostitution and the black market was king. Lewis found little to admire in his fellow soldiers, but gained sustenance from the extraordinary vivacity of the Italians around him - the lawyer who earned his living by bringing a touch of Roman class to funerals, the gynaecologist who specialised in the restoration of lost virginity and the widowed housewife who timed her British lover against the clock. "Were I given the chance to be born again," writes Lewis, "Italy would be the country of my choice.".Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Italy -- History -- Allied occupation, 1943-1947.; Lewis, Norman -- Travel -- Italy -- Naples.; Naples (Italy) -- History -- 1860-1945.;
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Naples '44 : An intelligence officer in the Italian labyrinth. by Lewis, Norman.(DLC)1718161;
Naples '44 -- Foreword -- 1943 -- September 8 -- September 9 -- September 10 -- September 11 -- September 12 -- September 14 -- September 15 -- September 17 -- September 18 -- September 20 -- September 21 -- September 28 -- October 3 -- October 4 -- October 6 -- October 8 -- October 9 -- October 10 -- October 13 -- October 15 -- October 20 -- October 22 -- October 23 -- October 24 -- October 25 -- October 28 -- November 1 -- November 5 -- November 10 -- November 15 -- November 25 -- November 26 -- December 5 -- December 9 -- December 18 -- December 20 -- 1944 -- January 1 -- January 5 -- January 7 -- January 12 -- January 14 -- January 19 -- January 22 -- February 5 -- February 12 -- February 28 -- March 3 -- March 5 -- March 13 -- March 14 -- March 15 -- March 19 -- March 20 -- March 22 -- March 24 -- March 25 -- March 26 -- March 29 -- April 1 -- April 3 -- April 5 -- April 7 -- April 14 -- April 15 -- April 18 -- April 24 -- April 25 -- May 1 -- May 3 -- May 7 -- May 7 -- May 9 -- May 11 -- May 28 -- May 31 -- June 4 -- June 7 -- June 9 -- June 27 -- July 12 -- July 24 -- July 26 -- August 3 -- August 12 -- August 13 -- August 15 -- August 18 -- August 20 -- August 21 -- August 25 -- August 28 -- August 30 -- August 31 -- September 1 -- September 3 -- September 6 -- September 11 -- September 16 -- September 19 -- September 20 -- September 23 -- September 25 -- October 6 -- October 8 -- October 10 -- October 16 -- October 20 -- October 24 -- About the Author.Norman Lewis arrived in war-torn Naples as an intelligence officer in 1944. The starving population has devoured all the tropical fish in the aquarium, respectable women had been driven to prostitution and the black market was king. Lewis found little to admire in his fellow soldiers, but gained sustenance from the extraordinary vivacity of the Italians around him - the lawyer who earned his living by bringing a touch of Roman class to funerals, the gynaecologist who specialised in the restoration of lost virginity and the widowed housewife who timed her British lover against the clock. "Were I given the chance to be born again," writes Lewis, "Italy would be the country of my choice.".Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Italy -- History -- Allied occupation, 1943-1947.; Lewis, Norman -- Travel -- Italy -- Naples.; Naples (Italy) -- History -- 1860-1945.;
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In Piazza San Domenico [electronic resource]. by Galluccio, Steve.;
Cover; Title Page; Table of Contents; Production History; Act One; Act Two; CopyrightMove over Mamma Mia, here is a delightful, erudite comedy that will take people back to an era of innocence.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Families -- Italy -- Naples -- Drama.; Naples (Italy) -- Drama.; Families - Italy - Naples.;
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House in Naples [electronic resource]. by Rabe, Peter.(DLC)1926963;
Cover; Title Page; Table of Contents; Chapter 1; Chapter 2; Chapter 3; Chapter 4; Chapter 5; Chapter 6; Chapter 7; Chapter 8; Chapter 9; Chapter 10; Chapter 11; Chapter 12; Chapter 13; Chapter 14; Chapter 15; Chapter 16; Chapter 17; Chapter 18; Chapter 19; Chapter 20; Chapter 21; Chapter 22; Chapter 23; Chapter 24; Chapter 25; Chapter 26; Chapter 27; Anatomy of a Killer; Also Available; Copyright Charley has a sweet set-up in Naples. He and his partner Joe Lenken run a tight black-market operation. But tonight there is trouble and Charley is shot - and worse, he is recognized. Fleeing the police, he has to get his hands on a passport fast. Luck is with him in the form of a dead American drunk. All Charley has to do is get rid of the body. Weighting it, he lowers the body into the Tiber, his body wracked with pain from the bullet wound. But his luck runs out - he is seen! She is standing on the bridge overhead. But instead of crying ""murder"" she helps him up the bank and takes him aw
Subjects: Electronic books.; Black market -- Italy -- Fiction.; Italy -- Fiction.; Naples (Italy) -- Fiction.;
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Darkness for the Bastards of Pizzofalcone. by Giovanni, Maurizio de.; Shugaar, Antony.(DLC)1863418;
ALSO BY MAURIZIO DE GIOVANNI -- DARKNESS FOR THE BASTARDS OF PIZZOFALCONE -- I -- II -- III -- IV -- V -- VI -- VII -- VIII -- IX -- X -- XI -- XII -- XIII -- XIV -- XV -- XVI -- XVII -- XVIII -- XIX -- XX -- XXI -- XXII -- XXIII -- XXIV -- XXV -- XXVI -- XXVII -- XXVIII -- XXIX -- XXX -- XXXI -- XXXII -- XXXIII -- XXXIV -- XXXV -- XXXVI -- XXXVII -- XXXVIII -- XXXIX -- XL -- XLI -- XLII -- XLIII -- XLIV -- XLV -- XLVI -- XLVII -- XLVIII -- XLIX -- L -- LI -- LII -- LIII -- LIV -- LV -- LVI -- LVII -- LVIII -- LIX -- LX -- LXI -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- ABOUT THE AUTHOR.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Police - Italy - Naples.;
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A House in Naples. by Rabe, Peter.(DLC)1926963;
Intro -- Title Page -- Table of Contents -- Chapter 1 -- Chapter 2 -- Chapter 3 -- Chapter 4 -- Chapter 5 -- Chapter 6 -- Chapter 7 -- Chapter 8 -- Chapter 9 -- Chapter 10 -- Chapter 11 -- Chapter 12 -- Chapter 13 -- Chapter 14 -- Chapter 15 -- Chapter 16 -- Chapter 17 -- Chapter 18 -- Chapter 19 -- Chapter 20 -- Chapter 21 -- Chapter 22 -- Chapter 23 -- Chapter 24 -- Chapter 25 -- Chapter 26 -- Chapter 27 -- Anatomy of a Killer -- Also Available -- Copyright.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Moon Sarasota & Naples : Including Sanibel Island & the Everglades. by Ferguson, Jason.;
Travel writer Jason Ferguson gives an inside look at Sarasota, Naples, Sanibel Island, and the Everglades, from the calming waters of Sarasota Bay to the teeming wildlife of the Everglades. Ferguson offers his expert advice on how to make the most out of a trip to the southern parts of Florida's Gulf Coast, providing one-of-a-kind trip strategies such as "Art & Architecture" and "Swamps & Solitude" for travelers of all interests and budgets. With tips on the surprising boardwalk at Clam Pass Beach, birdwatching in the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island, and kayaking through the Glades, Moon Sarasota & Naples gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Florida - Sarasota.;
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