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A Beginner's Guide to Japan
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After thirty-two years in Japan, Pico Iyer can use everything from anime to Oscar Wilde to show how his adopted home is both hauntingly familiar - and the strangest place on earth. He draws on readings, reflections and conversations with Japanese friends to illuminate an unknown place for newcomers, and to give longtime residents a look at their home through fresh eyes. A Beginner's Guide to Japan is a playful and profound guidebook full of surprising, brief and incisive glimpses into Japanese culture. Iyer's adventures and observations as he travels from a meditation-hall to a love-hotel, from West Point to Kyoto Station make for a constantly surprising series of provocations guaranteed to pique the interest and curiosity of those who don't know Japan, and to remind those who do of the wide range of fascinations the country and culture contain.

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Murder Among Us , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 580min
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When an ambitious hotelier announces that he will be converting Springwood Hall into a smart country hotel, his plan is greeted with a chorus of local disapproval, led by the fearsome Hope Mapple, head of the Society for the Preservation of Historical Bamford. So the grand opening, to which all are invited, promises to be a lively affair, particularly since Hope is planning a disruptive protest "streak". However, Hope is to be unwittingly upstaged by the discovery of a recently murdered body on the premises. Chief Inspector Markby and his guest Meredith Mitchell's summer treat has suddenly become a horribly sobering crime scene. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Judith Boyd. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/howe/000082/bk_howe_000082_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The ultimate song pages 1
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8TH WORLD WONDER KIMBERLEY LOCKE|AFTER MIDNIGHT / Clapton Eric|AFTER THE GOLD RUSH|ALL I WANNA DO|American idiot / Green Day|AND WE DANCED|AND YOU AND I / Yes|ANGEL EYES|ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL (PART 2) / Pink Floyd|BACK IN THE HIGH LIFE AGAIN / Winwood Steve|BAD BAD LEROY BROWN|BEACH BABY|BEAT IT / Jackson Michael|BECAUSE YOU LOVED ME / Dion Celine|BELIEVE / Cher|BEST FRIENDS|THE BEST OF MY LOVE|Big yellow taxi / Mitchell Joni|BILLIE JEAN / Jackson Michael|Black Or White / Jackson Michael|BLACK WATER|BLUEBERRY HILL|BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS / Green Day|Breakaway / Clarkson Kelly|Breathe / Branch Michelle|BREATHLESS|BROKEN|BY HEART|CAN'T TAKE THAT AWAY / Carey Mariah|CARA MIA|CARELESS WHISPER / Michael George|CAT'S IN THE CRADLE|CHEESEBURGER IN PARADISE JIMMY BUFFET|Chelsea Morning / Mitchell Joni|CINNAMON GIRL|COLD AS ICE|COLD DAY IN JULY DIXIE CHICKS|Complicated|Conga / Estefan Gloria + Miami Sound Machine|COULD IT BE I'M FALLING IN LOVE|COWBOY TAKE ME AWAY|CRASH AND BURN|CRAZY LOVE|CRYING IN THE CHAPEL / Presley Elvis|DA YA THINK I'M SEXY|DANCE TO THE MUSIC|DANCING IN THE DARK|DANCING QUEEN / Abba|DAY AFTER DAY|DEVILS + DUST|DIRTY LAUNDRY|DO YOU WANT TO KNOW A SECRET / Beatles|DOCTOR MY EYES|Domino|DON'T CRY|DON'T LET ME BE MISUNDERSTOOD|DON'T YOU KNOW WHAT THE NIGHT CAN DO|DON'T CHA|DR FEELGOOD|DREAMING OF YOU|ESCAPADE|EUROPA (EARTH'S CRY HEAVEN'S SMILE) / Santana|EVERYDAY IS A WINDING ROAD|EXPRESS YOURSELF|FEEL LIKE MAKIN' LOVE|FERNANDO / Abba|FOLLOW ME - UNCLE CRACKER|For what it's worth / Buffalo Springfield|GET ON YOUR FEET|GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS|GREAT BALLS OF FIRE / Lewis Jerry Lee|GREATEST LOVE OF ALL / Houston Whitney|HALLELUJAH I LOVE HIM (HER) SO|HARD TO SAY I'M SORRY|HARLEM SHUFFLE|HEART OF GOLD|HEART TO HEART|HEAT OF THE MOMENT|HEAVEN IS A 4 LETTER WORD|Here I go again|HERO / Carey Mariah|HEY GOOD LOOKIN'|HIGHER LOVE / Winwood Steve|A horse with no name / America|HOT FUN IN THE SUMMERTIME|HOTEL CALIFORNIA / Eagles|HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN|HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART|HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE / Bee Gees|HOW WILL I KNOW|HUNGRY HEART|I CAN SEE FOR MILES / Who|I Can't Drive 55|I DIG ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC PETER PAUL & MARY|I DON'T WANT TO MISS A THING / Aerosmith|I GOT A NAME / Croce Jim|I got a woman|I GOT YOU BABE / Sonny + Cher|I'LL BE AROUND (WHENEVER YOU WANT ME)|I'LL HAVE TO SAY I LOVE YOU IN A SONG / Croce Jim|I'M YOUR HOOCHIE COOCHIE MAN|IF I WERE YOU|IF IT MAKES YOU HAPPY / Crow Sheryl|IF YOU ASKED ME TO|If you could read my mind / Lightfoot Gordon|INSIDE YOUR HEAVEN / Underwood Carrie|INTO THE GROOVE|IRRESISTIBLE - SIMPSON JESSICA|IS THIS LOVE / Whitesnake|IT'S BEEN AWHILE|JAMBALAYA|JUMP / Van Halen|JUNGLE BOOGIE|JUST WHAT I NEEDED / Cars|KILLING ME SOFTLY|KISS ON MY LIST / Hall + Oates|LADY / Little River Band|LAY DOWN SALLY / Clapton Eric|LAYLA|THE LETTER|LIKE A PRAYER / Madonna|LISTEN TO THE MUSIC / Doobie Brothers|Lonely People|Looks that kill / Moetley Crue|LOSING MY RELIGION / REM|LOVE TRAIN|LYIN' EYES / Eagles|MAMA TOLD ME NOT TO COME|MANDOLIN RAIN|MARGARITAVILLE|MEXICO / Taylor James|Money|Moondance / Morrison Van|More Than A Feeling / Boston|MY BEST FRIEND'S GIRL|My Generation / Who|NIGHT AND DAY|NOTHING'S GONNA STOP US NOW / Starship|Ohio|OLD TIME ROCK + ROLL / Seger Bob|ONE / Three Dog Night|ONLY GOD KNOWS WHY|OPERATOR (THAT'S NOT THE WAY IT FEELS)|OWNER OF A LONELY HEART / Yes|PANAMA|PHOTOGRAPH / Nickelback|THE PRAYER / Groban Josh|Puff the magic dragon|QUEEN OF THE HOP|THE REASON / Hoobastank|REDNECK WOMAN / Wilson Gretchen|RHINESTONE COWBOY / Campbell Glen|RHYTHM IS GONNA GET YOU|RHYTHM NATION|Rich girl / Stefani Gwen|RIGHT HERE WAITING / Marx Richard|ROCK + ROLL BAND|ROUNDABOUT|RUNNING ON EMPTY|SAN FRANCISCAN NIGHTS|SAVE THE LAST DANCE FOR ME|SAY SAY SAY / Jackson Michael|Sealed with a kiss|SHE BANGS / Martin Ricky|She's not there / Santana|SHOWER THE PEOPLE|Sister Golden Hair|SMOOTH / Santana|SOAK OF THE SUN SHERYL CROW|SOCIETY'S CHILD|SOME HEARTS CARRIE UNDERWOOD|SOMEBODY'S BABY|STUPID GIRLS|SUGAR MAGNOLIA / Grateful Dead|SUNDOWN / Lightfoot Gordon|SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE / Cream|SUNSHINE ON MY SHOULDERS|Take a bow / Madonna|TAKE A CHANCE ON ME / Abba|TAKE IT EASY|Take me home country roads / Denver John|TAKE MY BREATH AWAY|TALK / Coldplay|THANK GOD I'M A COUNTRY BOY|THERE'S YOUR TROUBLE / Dixie Chicks|THIS IS IT|TIME IN A BOTTLE / Croce Jim|TIME IS ON MY SIDE / Rolling Stones|Tin Man / America|TOO BAD|TOO LITTLE TOO LATE BARENAKED LADIES|TOUCH OF GREY / Grateful Dead|TRUCKIN' / Grateful Dead|UNBREAK MY HEART / Braxton Toni|UNTITELED (HOW DAN THIS HAPPEN TO ME) SIMPLE PLAN|UPSIDE DOWN|Ventura Highway|VOGUE|THE WAY IT IS|WELCOME TO MY NIGHTMARE|WHAT A FOOL BELIEVES|WHAT'D I SAY|WHAT'S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT / Turner Tina|WHEN A MAN LOVES A WOMAN|WHEN I SEE YOU SMILE - BAD ENGLISH|WHENEVER I CALL YOU FRIEND|Where or when|White flag / Dido|WITCHY WOMAN / Eagles|WORDS GET IN THE WAY|THE WRECK OF THE EDMUND FITZGERALD|YOU BELONG TO THE CITY|YOU DON'T MESS AROUND WITH JIM / Croce Jim|YOU MIGHT THINK|YOU RAISE ME UP|You really got me|YOU SHOULD BE DANCING|YOU'RE THE INSPIRATION / Chicago|YOUR CHEATIN' HEART|Your Smiling Face

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Freddy Pilkington-Soames Adventures Books 1-3 (...
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This omnibus edition contains the first three books in the Freddy Pilkington-Soames Adventure seriesJoin chaotic 1920s reporter and accidental sleuth Freddy Pilkington-Soames on his adventures in this series of light-hearted mysteries!A CASE OF BLACKMAIL IN BELGRAVIA (Book 1)It's 1929, and Ticky Maltravers is the toast of London high society, adored by everyone-or so it seems, until somebody poisons him over dinner. Now it turns out that numerous people with secrets to hide had every reason to wish him dead. But which of them murdered him? For Freddy Pilkington-Soames, newspaper reporter and man-about-town, the question hits a little too close to home, thanks to an unfortunate drunken encounter with Ticky's corpse which he'd much rather the police didn't find out about-and thanks also to his exasperating mother Cynthia's seeming determination to get herself arrested by tampering with the evidence. But a pretty girl with big blue eyes is demanding his help in solving the mystery, so what can he do but agree? Now all he has to do is hide the wrong clues, find the right ones, and unmask the murderer before the police discover what's really been going on. That ought to be easy enough. If only people didn't keep getting killed...A CASE OF MURDER IN MAYFAIR (Book 2)When Hollywood star Dorothy Dacres plummets six floors from her hotel terrace on the night of her greatest triumph, it initially looks like a tragic accident. But her death is so very convenient to her many enemies that press-man Freddy Pilkington-Soames, who was there on the night she died, begins to suspect foul play. And when cocaine is found in her room, it only complicates matters further. Soon Freddy is chasing across London on the trail of drug dealers, in reluctant company with his deadly rival Corky Beckwith, the most unscrupulous reporter in Fleet Street, who will do anything for a story. With the future of a film studio at stake, can Freddy find the culprit-and get one up on Corky-before he becomes the killer's next victim?A CASE OF CONSPIRACY IN CLERKENWELL (Book 3)The ladies of Clerkenwell Central Hall are none too pleased at having their Temperance meetings disrupted by the rowdy Communists next door, but for Miss Olive Stapleton in particular, the uneasy coexistence proves fatal when she is found stabbed through the heart with a paper-knife. Enter Freddy Pilkington-Soames, who's been recruited by British Intelligence to investigate a suspected Communist plot to stir up a general strike. Freddy thinks there's more to Miss Stapleton's death than meets the eye, but as he delves more deeply into the mystery it only becomes more puzzling. What is the connection between the murder and the coded newspaper advertisements? Is a Welsh firebrand politician really as harmless as he seems? And what does the beautiful wife of an Austrian revolutionary philosopher want from him? It all points to one thing: danger ahead. But time is running out, and Freddy must act fast to stop the conspirators, or risk becoming the unwitting pawn in a deadly game that threatens to bring the country to its knees.

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Freddy Pilkington-Soames Adventures Books 1-3 (...
11,99 € *
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This omnibus edition contains the first three books in the Freddy Pilkington-Soames Adventure seriesJoin chaotic 1920s reporter and accidental sleuth Freddy Pilkington-Soames on his adventures in this series of light-hearted mysteries!A CASE OF BLACKMAIL IN BELGRAVIA (Book 1)It's 1929, and Ticky Maltravers is the toast of London high society, adored by everyone-or so it seems, until somebody poisons him over dinner. Now it turns out that numerous people with secrets to hide had every reason to wish him dead. But which of them murdered him? For Freddy Pilkington-Soames, newspaper reporter and man-about-town, the question hits a little too close to home, thanks to an unfortunate drunken encounter with Ticky's corpse which he'd much rather the police didn't find out about-and thanks also to his exasperating mother Cynthia's seeming determination to get herself arrested by tampering with the evidence. But a pretty girl with big blue eyes is demanding his help in solving the mystery, so what can he do but agree? Now all he has to do is hide the wrong clues, find the right ones, and unmask the murderer before the police discover what's really been going on. That ought to be easy enough. If only people didn't keep getting killed...A CASE OF MURDER IN MAYFAIR (Book 2)When Hollywood star Dorothy Dacres plummets six floors from her hotel terrace on the night of her greatest triumph, it initially looks like a tragic accident. But her death is so very convenient to her many enemies that press-man Freddy Pilkington-Soames, who was there on the night she died, begins to suspect foul play. And when cocaine is found in her room, it only complicates matters further. Soon Freddy is chasing across London on the trail of drug dealers, in reluctant company with his deadly rival Corky Beckwith, the most unscrupulous reporter in Fleet Street, who will do anything for a story. With the future of a film studio at stake, can Freddy find the culprit-and get one up on Corky-before he becomes the killer's next victim?A CASE OF CONSPIRACY IN CLERKENWELL (Book 3)The ladies of Clerkenwell Central Hall are none too pleased at having their Temperance meetings disrupted by the rowdy Communists next door, but for Miss Olive Stapleton in particular, the uneasy coexistence proves fatal when she is found stabbed through the heart with a paper-knife. Enter Freddy Pilkington-Soames, who's been recruited by British Intelligence to investigate a suspected Communist plot to stir up a general strike. Freddy thinks there's more to Miss Stapleton's death than meets the eye, but as he delves more deeply into the mystery it only becomes more puzzling. What is the connection between the murder and the coded newspaper advertisements? Is a Welsh firebrand politician really as harmless as he seems? And what does the beautiful wife of an Austrian revolutionary philosopher want from him? It all points to one thing: danger ahead. But time is running out, and Freddy must act fast to stop the conspirators, or risk becoming the unwitting pawn in a deadly game that threatens to bring the country to its knees.

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Fenway 1946 (eBook, ePUB)
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Boston writer Michael Connolly captures the magic of American's return to normalcy after World War II in this intimate portrait of a city and the baseball team it loves. Fenway 1946 celebrates the city and the team and the spirit of that wonderful 1946 season in Boston-a season, as usual the broke fans' hearts-as America returned to return to peacetime pastimes. And none was more American than baseball. Along the way he brings out the stories and personalities that made that year so special in the Hub. From returning veterans like Ted Williams and young Congressman John F. Kennedy and thousands of others and their families who worried while they were in Europe or the Pacific, the 1946 Red Sox season was a celebration. It was catharsis. It was what made American great. Husbands and sons were coming home to the open arms of a grateful nation. This included five hundred major leaguers who fought in World War II. The homecoming of America's best sparked a spirit of collective pride from coast to coast-and New England was not exempt. For the previous five years, America sat around its radio listening to war reports. Now they would gather in the parlors to enjoy baseball once again. Baseball had always been a thread that connected the country--a sport that linked generations. Opening Day 1946 was a tangible reminder that the country was at peace - back to the way things were. Nowhere was this more relevant than in Boston. From Scollay Square to South Boston to the North End, veterans in their uniforms, kids with bats over their shoulder and housewives were talking about the return of Ted Williams and a roster that was considered the best in the league. Expectations were high - as always, at Fenway Park. Fans somehow knew this would be their year. The 1946 Boston Red Sox finished first in the American League with a record of 104 wins and 50 losses. And they wouldn't disappoint (until October). ***** * In January of 1946, Ted Williams, Dom DiMaggio, John Pesky and Bobby Doerr are released from the military and vow to come back as good as ever. * American and especially Boston are desperate for real baseball. In 1945, the Red Sox averaged only 7,814 fans a game at Fenway. In 1946, with Williams and the team back home, they played in front of over 33,000 in their last scrimmage game at Fenway Park before the season started. * Opening Day for the league was in Washington D.C. between the Senators and the Red Sox. President Harry Truman threw out the first pitch. Ted Williams went 6-12 in the series and was mobbed by Senator fans who rip his shirt off while he leaves the field. As he approached the dugout, Williams tossed his hat to a GI sitting in the lower box * The home Opening Day for the Red Sox at Fenway Park was an event for the ages. Before the game Marines re-enacted the flag-raising at Iowa Jima in center field. The first pitch was thrown out by Governor Tobin. Standing by his side was a local war hero, John Murdoch, who got a bigger ovation than Ted Williams. Murdoch was part of the team that saved boxing world champion Barney Ross, whose bravery at Guadalcanal was unparalleled. * Red Sox won an amazing 41 of their first 50 games. Ted Williams hits eleven home runs in just June. A spirit of euphoria overtakes Boston as the always hopeful fans pray for the Red Sox to break their 28-year curse. * All Star game is played at Fenway where Ted Williams and voted MVP after going 4 for 4 with 2 home runs including a grand slam. * In September, the Red Sox win a matinee game 1-0 in Cleveland on a Ted Williams inside the park home run. Later that day the Tigers lose giving Boston the pennant. Red Sox owner, Tom Yawkey throws a party in his hotel room. No one can find Ted Williams. Not telling anyone, Williams went to the local veterans' hospital in Cleveland and spent the night with a dying veteran. * Red Sox clinch the pennant. In one year their win total improved by 33 games (71-83 in 1945 to 104-50 in 1946). America is returning to the ballpark. At Fenway alone attendance went from 603,794 in 1945 to 1,416,944 in 1946. * In the National League, the Brooklyn Dodgers and the St. Louis Cardinals tie for the pennant. While Boston awaits the National League playoff to conclude, Tom Yawkey invites American League All Stars to come to Fenway Park and scrimmage his Red Sox to keep them sharp. Hall of Famers, DiMaggio, Greenberg and Appling all sacrifice the first week of their offseason in loyalty to the American League. DiMaggio forgets his uniform and has to wear a Red Sox uniform for the game. A game in which Williams is hit on the elbow with a pitch and never fully recovers in the World Series. * In anticipation of Game Seven of the World Series in St. Louis, newspapers across the country split the front page with previews of the big game and the expected execution that day of Herman Goering (he would avoid that by killing himself) and ten other high-ranking Nazi's in Nuremberg, providing Americans further validation that the war was behind them. * President Harry Truman's team beats the Red Sox in the penultimate game when Johnny Pesky holds the relay throw from the outfield allowing Enos Slaughter to score from first on a single.

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Fenway 1946 (eBook, ePUB)
16,95 € *
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Boston writer Michael Connolly captures the magic of American's return to normalcy after World War II in this intimate portrait of a city and the baseball team it loves. Fenway 1946 celebrates the city and the team and the spirit of that wonderful 1946 season in Boston-a season, as usual the broke fans' hearts-as America returned to return to peacetime pastimes. And none was more American than baseball. Along the way he brings out the stories and personalities that made that year so special in the Hub. From returning veterans like Ted Williams and young Congressman John F. Kennedy and thousands of others and their families who worried while they were in Europe or the Pacific, the 1946 Red Sox season was a celebration. It was catharsis. It was what made American great. Husbands and sons were coming home to the open arms of a grateful nation. This included five hundred major leaguers who fought in World War II. The homecoming of America's best sparked a spirit of collective pride from coast to coast-and New England was not exempt. For the previous five years, America sat around its radio listening to war reports. Now they would gather in the parlors to enjoy baseball once again. Baseball had always been a thread that connected the country--a sport that linked generations. Opening Day 1946 was a tangible reminder that the country was at peace - back to the way things were. Nowhere was this more relevant than in Boston. From Scollay Square to South Boston to the North End, veterans in their uniforms, kids with bats over their shoulder and housewives were talking about the return of Ted Williams and a roster that was considered the best in the league. Expectations were high - as always, at Fenway Park. Fans somehow knew this would be their year. The 1946 Boston Red Sox finished first in the American League with a record of 104 wins and 50 losses. And they wouldn't disappoint (until October). ***** * In January of 1946, Ted Williams, Dom DiMaggio, John Pesky and Bobby Doerr are released from the military and vow to come back as good as ever. * American and especially Boston are desperate for real baseball. In 1945, the Red Sox averaged only 7,814 fans a game at Fenway. In 1946, with Williams and the team back home, they played in front of over 33,000 in their last scrimmage game at Fenway Park before the season started. * Opening Day for the league was in Washington D.C. between the Senators and the Red Sox. President Harry Truman threw out the first pitch. Ted Williams went 6-12 in the series and was mobbed by Senator fans who rip his shirt off while he leaves the field. As he approached the dugout, Williams tossed his hat to a GI sitting in the lower box * The home Opening Day for the Red Sox at Fenway Park was an event for the ages. Before the game Marines re-enacted the flag-raising at Iowa Jima in center field. The first pitch was thrown out by Governor Tobin. Standing by his side was a local war hero, John Murdoch, who got a bigger ovation than Ted Williams. Murdoch was part of the team that saved boxing world champion Barney Ross, whose bravery at Guadalcanal was unparalleled. * Red Sox won an amazing 41 of their first 50 games. Ted Williams hits eleven home runs in just June. A spirit of euphoria overtakes Boston as the always hopeful fans pray for the Red Sox to break their 28-year curse. * All Star game is played at Fenway where Ted Williams and voted MVP after going 4 for 4 with 2 home runs including a grand slam. * In September, the Red Sox win a matinee game 1-0 in Cleveland on a Ted Williams inside the park home run. Later that day the Tigers lose giving Boston the pennant. Red Sox owner, Tom Yawkey throws a party in his hotel room. No one can find Ted Williams. Not telling anyone, Williams went to the local veterans' hospital in Cleveland and spent the night with a dying veteran. * Red Sox clinch the pennant. In one year their win total improved by 33 games (71-83 in 1945 to 104-50 in 1946). America is returning to the ballpark. At Fenway alone attendance went from 603,794 in 1945 to 1,416,944 in 1946. * In the National League, the Brooklyn Dodgers and the St. Louis Cardinals tie for the pennant. While Boston awaits the National League playoff to conclude, Tom Yawkey invites American League All Stars to come to Fenway Park and scrimmage his Red Sox to keep them sharp. Hall of Famers, DiMaggio, Greenberg and Appling all sacrifice the first week of their offseason in loyalty to the American League. DiMaggio forgets his uniform and has to wear a Red Sox uniform for the game. A game in which Williams is hit on the elbow with a pitch and never fully recovers in the World Series. * In anticipation of Game Seven of the World Series in St. Louis, newspapers across the country split the front page with previews of the big game and the expected execution that day of Herman Goering (he would avoid that by killing himself) and ten other high-ranking Nazi's in Nuremberg, providing Americans further validation that the war was behind them. * President Harry Truman's team beats the Red Sox in the penultimate game when Johnny Pesky holds the relay throw from the outfield allowing Enos Slaughter to score from first on a single.

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The new Broadway Fake Book
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ABC|ACE IN THE HOLE|AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'|All Alone|ALL AT ONCE YOU LOVE HER|ALL GOOD GIFTS|ALL I ASK OF YOU|ALL OF YOU|ALL SHOOK UP / Presley Elvis|ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE|ALMOST LIKE BEING IN LOVE|ALMOST PARADISE|ALONE IN THE UNIVERSE|ALWAYS LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE / Python Monty|Always starting over|ALWAYS TRUE TO YOU IN MY FASHION|AMERICA|AN AMERICAN IN PARIS|AND ALL THAT JAZZ|AND I AM TELLING YOU I'M NOT GOING|ANOTHER OP'NIN' ANOTHER SHOW|ANOTHER SUITCASE IN ANOTHER HALL|ANTHEM (AUS CHESS)|ANY DREAM WILL DO|ANY PLACE I HANG MY HAT IS HOME|ANYONE CAN WHISTLE|ANYTHING GOES|ANYTHING YOU CAN DO|APPLAUSE|AQUARIUS|AS IF WE NEVER SAID GOODBYE|AS LONG AS HE NEEDS ME|AT THE BALLET|AZURE TE (PARIS BLUES)|BALI HA'I|BAUBLES BANGLES AND BEADS|BE OUR GUEST|BEAUTY AND THE BEAST|Begin the beguine|BEING ALIVE|BESS YOU IS MY WOMAN NOW|The best of times|THE BEST THING FOR YOU|THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE|BEWITCHED|BIDIN' MY TIME|BIG D|BIG GIRLS DON'T CRY|BIG SPENDER|BILL|THE BLUE ROOM|Blue Skies|BODY AND SOUL|BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS / Green Day|BREATHE|BRING HIM HOME|BROADWAY BABY|BROTHERHOOD OF MAN|BRUSH UP YOUR SHAKESPEARE|BUENOS AIRES|BURN|BURNING LOVE|A BUSHEL AND A PECK|BUT NOT FOR ME|BUTTON UP YOUR OVERCOAT|BY MYSELF|BY STRAUSS|BYE BYE BABY|C'EST MOI|CABARET|CAMELOT|CAN YOU FEEL THE LOVE TONIGHT / John Elton|CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE / Presley Elvis|CAN'T HELP LOVIN' DAT MAN|CAN'T TAKE MY EYES OFF OF YOU|CAN'T WE BE FRIENDS|CAPPED TEETH AND CAESAR SALAD|CARAVAN|Castle on a cloud|A CHANGE IN ME|CHILDREN OF THE WIND|Chim chim cheree|CIRCLE OF LIFE / John Elton|CLIMB EV'RY MOUNTAIN|CLOSE AS PAGES IN A BOOK|CLOSE EVERY DOOR (AUS JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT)|A COCK EYED OPTIMIST|THE COLORS OF MY LIFE|COME BACK TO ME|COME RAIN OR COME SHINE|COME TO ME BEND TO ME|COMEDY TONIGHT|CONSIDER YOURSELF|CORNER OF THE SKY|DANCE ONLY WITH ME|DANCE TEN LOOKS THREE|DANCING IN THE DARK|DANCING ON THE CEILING|DANCING QUEEN / Abba|DAY BY DAY (AUS GODSPELL)|DECEMBER 1963 (OH WHAT A NIGHT) / Four Seasons|DEEP LOVE|DEFYING GRAVITY|DIAMONDS ARE A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND|DO I HEAR A WALTZ|DO I LOVE YOU BECAUSE YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL|Do it again|DO RE MI|DOIN' WHAT COMES NATUR'LLY|Don't cry for me Argentina|DON'T CRY OUT LOUD (WE DON'T CRY OUT LOUD)|DON'T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE|DON'T RAIN ON MY PARADE|Don't stop believin' / Journey|DOWN WITH LOVE|DREAMGIRLS|DRINK WITH ME (TO DAYS GONE BY)|DRINKING SONG|EASE ON DOWN THE ROAD|EASTER PARADE|EASY TO BE HARD|EDELWEISS|ELABORATE LIVES|ELECTRICITY|EMBRACEABLE YOU|EMPTY CHAIRS AT EMPTY TABLES|EV'RY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE|EV'RYTHING I'VE GOT|EVERYTHING'S ALRIGHT|EVERYTHING'S COMING UP ROSES|FALLING IN LOVE WITH LOVE|FALLING SLOWLY / Hansard Glen + Irglova Marketa|FASCINATING RHYTHM|FEELING GOOD|A FELLOW NEEDS A GIRL|FEVER|FIDDLER ON THE ROOF|FIND YOUR GRAIL|FINE AND DANDY|Fly fly away|FOOTLOOSE / Loggins Kenny|FOR GOOD|FORGET ABOUT THE BOY|FORTY SECOND STREET|FRIEND LIKE ME|FRIENDSHIP|FROM THIS MOMENT ON|FUNNY FACE|THE GENTLEMAN IS A DOPE|GET ME TO THE CHURCH ON TIME|GET OUT OF TOWN|GETTING TO KNOW YOU|Gigi|GIMME GIMME|THE GIRL THAT I MARRY|GLAD TO BE UNHAPPY|GOLD|GONNA BUILD A MOUNTAIN|GOOD MORNING|GOOD MORNING BALTIMORE|GOOD MORNING STARSHINE|GOOD RIDDANCE (TIME OF YOUR LIFE) / Green Day|GOODNIGHT MY SOMEONE|GREASE|GREAT BALLS OF FIRE / Lewis Jerry Lee|GUYS AND DOLLS|HAIR|HAKUNA MATATA|HAPPY TALK|Hard to be the bard|HAUNTED HEART|HAVE YOU MET MISS JONES|HE LOVES AND SHE LOVES|HE WAS TOO GOOD TO ME|Heart (aus Damn Yankees)|HEAT WAVE|Heather on the hill|HEAVEN HELP MY HEART|HELLO DOLLY|HELLO YOUNG LOVERS|HELPLESS|Here I am|Hernando's hideaway|HEY LOOK ME OVER|HEY THERE (THE PAJAMA GAME)|HIGH FLYING ADORED|HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO / Tyler Bonnie|HOME|HONEY BUN|HONEYSUCKLE ROSE|HOW ARE THINGS IN GLOCCA MORRA|HOW COULD I EVER KNOW|HOW HIGH THE MOON|HOW LONG HAS THIS BEEN GOING ON|How to handle a woman|A HUNDRED MILLION MIRACLES|I AIN'T DOWN YET|I AM IN LOVE|I BELIEVE IN YOU|I CAIN'T SAY NO|I CAN DO THAT|I Can Dream Can't I|I CAN HEAR THE BELLS|I CAN'T GET STARTED|I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE|I COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT|I COULD WRITE A BOOK|I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TIME IT WAS|I don't know how to love him|I DREAMED A DREAM|I ENJOY BEING A GIRL|I FEEL THE EARTH MOVE|I GET A KICK OUT OF YOU|I GO TO RIO|I GOT LOST IN HIS ARMS|I GOT PLENTY O' NUTTIN'|I GOT RHYTHM|I got the sun in the morning|I GUESS I'LL HANG MY TEARS OUT TO DRY|I GUESS I'LL HAVE TO CHANGE MY PLAN|I HAVE DREAMED|I HEAR A SYMPHONY|I HEAR YOU KNOCKING / Domino Fats|I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE / Gaye Marvin|I KNOW HIM SO WELL|I KNOW IT'S TODAY|I LOVE A PIANO|I LOVE MY WIFE|I love Paris|I LOVE YOU (MEXICAN HAYRIDE)|I LOVED YOU ONCE IN SILENCE|I LOVES YOU PORGY|I only have eyes for you|I remember it well|I SEE YOUR FACE BEFORE ME|I talk to the trees|I WANNA BE A PRODUCER|I WANT TO BE HAPPY|I WANT TO GO TO HOLLYWOOD|I WANT TO KNOW WHAT LOVE IS / Foreigner|I WHISTLE A HAPPY TUNE|I WILL NEVER LEAVE YOU|I WISH I WERE IN LOVE AGAIN|I won't send roses|I'D DO ANYTHING|I'D GIVE MY LIFE FOR YOU|I'LL BE SEEING YOU|I'LL BE THERE|I'll Build A Stairway To Paradise|I'll know|I'll never fall in love again|I'M ALIVE|I'M BEGINNING TO SEE THE LIGHT|I'M FLYING|I'M GONNA SIT RIGHT DOWN AND WRITE MYSELF A LETTER|I'M GONNA WASH THAT MAN RIGHT OUTA MY HAIR|I'M NOT THAT GIRL|I'M NOT WEARING UNDERWEAR TODAY|I'VE GOT A CRUSH ON YOU|I'VE GOTTA CROW|I'VE GROWN ACCUSTOMED TO HER FACE|I'VE NEVER BEEN IN LOVE BEFORE|I'VE TOLD EV'RY LITTLE STAR|If ever I would leave you|IF HE WALKED INTO MY LIFE|IF I LOVED YOU|IF I ONLY HAD A BRAIN|IF I RULED THE WORLD|IF I WERE A BELL|IF I WERE A RICH MAN / Bock Jerry|IF MY FRIENDS COULD SEE ME NOW|IF THIS ISN'T LOVE|If you knew my story|IF YOU REALLY KNEW ME (THEY'RE PLAYING OUR SONG)|IF YOU WERE GAY|THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM|IN MY LIFE|IN MY OWN LITTLE CORNER|IS YOU IS OR IS YOU AIN'T MY BABY|ISN'T IT A PITY|IT AIN'T NECESSARILY SO|IT DON'T MEAN A THING (IF IT AIN'T GOT THAT SWING)|IT MIGHT AS WELL BE SPRING|IT NEVER ENTERED MY MIND|IT ONLY TAKES A MOMENT|IT WAS WRITTEN IN THE STARS|IT'S A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING|IT'S A LOVELY DAY TODAY|IT'S ALL RIGHT WITH ME|IT'S DE LOVELY|IT'S NOT WHERE YOU START|IT'S THE HARD KNOCK LIFE|JAILHOUSE ROCK / Presley Elvis|JOEY JOEY JOEY|JOHANNA|JOHNNY ONE NOTE|THE JOINT IS JUMPIN'|JUNE IS BUSTIN' OUT ALL OVER|JUST IN TIME|Just one of those things|JUST THE WAY YOU ARE|KANSAS CITY|THE LADY IS A TRAMP|LAMBETH WALK|THE LAST NIGHT OF THE WORLD|LAZY AFTERNOON|LEANING ON A LAMP POST|LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU|LET THE SUNSHINE IN|LET'S CALL THE WHOLE THING OFF|LET'S HANG ON|LET'S HAVE ANOTHER CUP O' COFFEE|LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE BOY|LET'S TAKE AN OLD FASHIONED WALK|LIDA ROSE|A LITTLE BIT IN LOVE|A LITTLE FALL OF RAIN|LITTLE GIRL BLUE|LITTLE JAZZ BIRD|A LITTLE LESS CONVERSATION / Presley Elvis|LIZA (ALL THE CLOUDS'LL ROLL AWAY)|LONG BEFORE I KNEW YOU|THE LONGEST TIME|Look at that face|LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING|LOOK TO THE RAINBOW|LOOKING FOR A BOY|LOSING MY MIND|LOST IN THE STARS|A LOT OF LIVIN' TO DO|LOVE CHANGES EVERYTHING|LOVE FOR SALE|LOVE IS A SIMPLE THING|LOVE IS HERE TO STAY|LOVE IS SWEEPING THE COUNTRY|LOVE LOOK AWAY|LOVE MAKES THE WORLD GO 'ROUND|LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME|LOVE POTION NUMBER 9|LOVELY TO LOOK AT|LOVER COME BACK TO ME|LUCK BE A LADY|LUCKY IN LOVE|LUCKY TO BE ME|Lullaby of Broadway|MACK THE KNIFE|MAGIC TO DO|MAKE BELIEVE|MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY|MAKIN' WHOOPEE|MAMA A RAINBOW|MAMA I'M A BIG GIRL NOW|MAMA WHO BORE ME|MAME|MAMMA MIA / Abba|MANHATTAN|MARIA|THE MASON|MASTER OF THE HOUSE|MATCHMAKER|Maybe|MAYBE (AUS ANNIE)|MAYBE THIS TIME|ME AND MY GIRL|MEADOWLARK|Memory (aus Cats)|Memphis lives in me|The merry widow Waltz|MIRACLE OF MIRACLES|MISS MARMELSTEIN|MR WONDERFUL|MOOD INDIGO|MORE I CANNOT WISH YOU|MORE THAN WORDS / Extreme|THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD|MOUNTAIN GREENERY|MOVIN' OUT (ANTHONY'S SONG)|MR MISTOFFELEES|THE MUSIC OF THE NIGHT|MUTUAL ADMIRATION SOCIETY|MY CUP RUNNETH OVER|MY DARLING MY DARLING|MY EYES ADORED YOU|MY FAVORITE THINGS|MY FUNNY VALENTINE|MY GIRL|MY HEART BELONGS TO DADDY|MY HEART STOOD STILL|MY LUCKY STAR|MY MAN (MON HOMME)|My new philosophy|My One And Only|MY ROMANCE (AUS JUMBO)|MY SHIP (AUS LADY IN THE DARK)|The name of the game / Abba|NAMELY YOU|Naughty|NEVER NEVER LAND|NEVER WILL I MARRY|THE NEW WORLD|NEW YORK NEW YORK|NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT|NIGHT SONG|THE NIGHT THEY INVENTED CHAMPAGNE|NINE TO FIVE|NO OTHER LOVE|NOBODY'S HEART|NOTHING IS TOO WONDERFUL TO BE TRUE|OF THEE I SING|OH LADY BE GOOD|OH WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MORNIN'|OKLAHOMA|OL' MAN RIVER|OLD DEUTERONOMY|OLD DEVIL MOON|ON A CLEAR DAY (YOU CAN SEE FOREVER)|ON BROADWAY|ON MY OWN|ON THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE|ONCE IN A LIFETIME|ONCE IN LOVE WITH AMY|ONCE UPON A TIME|ONE|ONE BOY (GIRL)|ONE DAY MORE|ONE HAND ONE HEART|ONE MORE BEAUTIFUL SONG|ONE NIGHT IN BANGKOK|ONE SONG GLORY|THE ORIGIN OF LOVE|Our language of love|OUT OF THIS WORLD|OVER THE RAINBOW|PAPA WON'T YOU DANCE WITH ME|PART OF YOUR WORLD|THE PARTY'S OVER|PEOPLE|PEOPLE WILL SAY WE'RE IN LOVE|THE PHANTON OF THE OPERA|POPULAR|PREPARE YE (THE WAY OF THE LORD)|A PRETTY GIRL IS LIKE A MELODY|PRETTY WOMEN|PROMISES PROMISES|Pulled|PUSH DE BUTTON|PUT ON A HAPPY FACE|PUTTIN' ON THE RITZ|THE RAIN IN SPAIN|REAL LIVE GIRL|Real Wild Child|RHAPSODY IN BLUE|RHODE ISLAND IS FAMOUS FOR YOU|RIDIN' HIGH|RIGHT HAND MAN|RIVER IN THE RAIN|ROCK A BYE YOUR BABY WITH A DIXIE MELODY|'S WONDERFUL|SABBATH PRAYER|SATIN DOLL|SAY IT WITH MUSIC|SEASONS OF LOVE|SECOND HAND ROSE|See you later Alligator / Haley Bill|SEEING IS BELIEVING|SEIZE THE DAY|SEND IN THE CLOWNS|SEPTEMBER SONG|SERENADE (AUS THE STUDENT PRINCE) / Romberg Sigmund|SEVENTY SIX TROMBONES|SHAKALAKA BABY (BOMBAY DREAMS)|SHALL WE DANCE|SHE LOVES ME|SHE (HE) TOUCHED ME|She's Got A Way|SHERRY|A SHINE ON YOUR SHOES|SHOW ME|SHOW OFF|SHUFFLE OFF TO BUFFALO|SIDE BY SIDE BY SIDE|SING FOR YOUR SUPPER|SINGIN' IN THE RAIN|SIT DOWN YOU'RE ROCKIN' THE BOAT|SIXTEEN GOING ON SEVENTEEN|A sleepin' bee|SMALL WORLD|SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES|So far away|SO IN LOVE|SOFTLY AS IN A MORNING SUNRISE|SOME ENCHANTED EVENING|SOME OTHER TIME|SOMEBODY LOVES ME|SOMEBODY SOMEWHERE|SOMEONE ELSE'S STORY|Someone like you|SOMEONE NICE LIKE YOU|SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME|SOMETHING WONDERFUL|SOMEWHERE|THE SONG IS YOU|THE SONG THAT GOES LIKE THIS|SOON|SOON IT'S GONNA RAIN|SOPHISTICATED LADY|THE SOUND OF MUSIC|SPEAK LOW|SPRING IS HERE|SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER|STANDING ON THE CORNER|STARLIGHT EXPRESS|STARS AND THE MOON|STEAM HEAT|STEPSISTERS' LAMENT|Stick it to the man|STILL HURTING|STOUTHEARTED MEN|STRANGE MUSIC|STRANGER IN PARADISE|STRIKE UP THE BAND|SUDDENLY SEYMOUR|SUGAR DADDY|Summer nights|SUMMERTIME|SUNDAY|SUNRISE SUNSET (AUS FIDDLER ON THE ROOF)|SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPIALIDOCIOUS|SUPERSTAR (JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR)|THE SURREY WITH THE FRINGE ON TOP|SWANEE|THE SWEETEST SOUNDS|TAKE A CHANCE ON ME / Abba|TAKE THAT LOOK OFF YOUR FACE|TAKING A CHANCE ON LOVE|TEA FOR TWO|TELL ME ON A SUNDAY|TEN CENTS A DANCE|TEN MINUTES AGO|Thank heaven for little girls|THAT FACE|THERE ARE WORSE THINGS I COULD DO|THERE IS NOTHIN' LIKE A DAME|THERE'S A BOAT DAT'S LEAVIN' SOON FOR NEW YORK|THERE'S A FINE FINE LINE|THERE'S A SMALL HOTEL|There's no business like show business|THEY ALL LAUGHED|THEY CALL THE WIND MARIA|THEY DIDN'T BELIEVE ME|THEY SAY IT'S WONDERFUL|THEY'RE PLAYING MY SONG|THINK OF ME|THIS CAN'T BE LOVE|This is the moment|THIS NEARLY WAS MINE|THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE|THOU SWELL|'TIL TOMORROW|TILL THERE WAS YOU|TOGETHER WHEREVER WE GO|TOMORROW|TONIGHT|TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT|TOO DARN HOT|TRADITION|Try to remember|TWO LOST SOULS|UNDER THE SEA|UNUSUAL WAY (IN A VERY UNUSUAL WAY)|UPTOWN GIRL|THE VARSITY DRAG|WAIT TILL YOU SEE HER|WAITIN' FOR THE LIGHT TO SHINE|WALK LIKE A MAN|WE'RE IN THE MONEY (THE GOLD DIGGERS' SONG)|Well did you evah|WHAT DID I HAVE THAT I DON'T HAVE|WHAT I DID FOR LOVE|WHAT KIND OF FOOL AM I|WHAT'LL I DO|WHAT'S THE USE OF WOND'RIN'|WHATEVER LOLA WANTS (LOLA GETS)|WHEN DID I FALL IN LOVE|When I grow up (aus Matilda)|WHEN I'M NOT NEAR THE GIRL I LOVE|WHEN MY BABY SMILES AT ME|WHERE IS LOVE|Where or when|WHISPERING|WHO (AUS SUNNY)|WHO CAN I TURN TO (WHEN NOBODY NEEDS ME)|WHO CARES (SO LONG AS YOU CARE FOR ME)|WHO WILL BUY|WHO WILL LOVE ME AS I AM|Whoa Mama|A WHOLE NEW WORLD|WHY CAN'T YOU BEHAVE|Why Did I Choose You|WHY GOD WHY|Why Shouldn't I|WHY WAS I BORN|WIG IN A BOX|WILL YOU LOVE ME TOMORROW (WILL YOU STILL LOVE ME TOMORROW)|WILLKOMMEN (CABARET)|The winner takes it all / Abba|WISH YOU WERE HERE|WISHING YOU WERE SOMEHOW HERE AGAIN|WITH A LITTLE BIT OF LUCK|WITH A SONG IN MY HEART|WITH ONE LOOK|WITHOUT YOU|A WONDERFUL DAY LIKE TODAY|A WONDERFUL GUY|WOULDN'T IT BE LOVERLY|WRITTEN IN THE STARS / John Elton|Wunderbar|YA GOT TROUBLE|YESTERDAYS|YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL (FLOWER DRUM SONG)|YOU ARE MY LUCKY STAR|YOU ARE WOMAN I AM MAN|YOU BETTER GO NOW|YOU CAN ALWAYS COUNT ON ME|YOU DO SOMETHING TO ME|You learn to live without|You must love me|YOU TOOK ADVANTAGE OF ME|YOU WALK WITH ME|You were meant for me|You'll be back|YOU'LL BE IN MY HEART|YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE|YOU'RE AN OLD SMOOTHIE|You're getting to be a habit with me|You're in the Band|I WONDER WHY (YOU'RE JUST IN LOVE)|YOU'RE NEVER FULLY DRESSED WITHOUT A SMILE|YOU'RE THE CREAM IN MY COFFEE|YOU'RE THE TOP|YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND|YOUNG AND FOOLISH|YOUNGER THAN SPRINGTIME

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Suicide Excepted
36,90 CHF *
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An Inspector Mallett mystery, originally published in 1939, by one of the best-loved Golden Age crime writers, Cyril Hare. Inspector Mallett´s stay at the country house hotel of Pendlebury Old Hall has been a disappointment. Room, food and service have been a letdown and he eagerly anticipates the end of his holiday. His last trial is to sit and listen when an elderly and boorish man, whose family once owned the house, joins his table. The next day the man is dead and Mallett unwittingly finds himself investigating the suspicious ´suicide´. ´Adroit in its manipulation ... and distinguished by a plot-twister which I´ll wager Christie wishes she´d thought of.´ New York Times ´Mr Hare´s controlled ingenuity and lively, sardonic characterization put Suicide Excepted in a very high class.´ Observer

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 28.01.2020
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