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📒Damaged Goods ✍ Kal Rosenberg
✏Damaged Goods Book Summary : Kal Rosenberg, self-confessed curmudgeon, acquired the foundation of his education on the streets of The Bronx. He is the recipient of the National Writers Association First Novel Award (2001), the Porter Fleming Prize from non-fiction (2005), and was five-time winner of the Hirshberg Award for Florida Fiction, and two-time winner of the Florida Hippodrome State Theatre's playwright competition. He is also the author of the novel Sold as Is, numerous short stories, poems and essays. These tales of life's great and small misfortunes, and the ordinary people who try to overcome them, show the clarity, and insight that is the hallmark of Kal Rosenberg's work. And, because to get yourself safely through life, 'you just gotta laugh," even some of his more shocking stories have the power to crack you up. They begin with the quintessential metaphor for twentieth century damage-December 7, 1941-and traverse the next seven decades of American life.
📒Damaged Goods ✍ Judith Strohbehn
✏Damaged Goods Book Summary : Spending summer in the country as guardian of her well-behaved nephew and his dog . . . rest and relaxation, swimming... What could be a more perfect situation for a burned-out teacher trying to recuperate from a year in which she was assaulted by a high school student and cheated on by her fiancé? But a storm is raging the night Signey Sorvino and Bennie Clark arrive at the secluded country home, and their shocking discovery sparks a summer neither could have imagined. Plagued by relentless heat, odd, anonymous deliveries, and uninvited guests both living and dead aunt and nephew watch as their serene sanctuary becomes an eerie place a fish bowl for those who would watch them. Guilt and fear deepen within Signey, as she realizes she is the catalyst for the vengeful storm that is sweeping through their lives a force that has shattered her life before.
📒Damaged Goods ✍ Upton Sinclair
✏Damaged Goods Book Summary : On the very doorstep of a dignified marriage, George experiences a moment of weakness -- ardent seduction and wayward sexual conquest -- only to suffer horrendous remorse and fear, living as he does in a time when syphilis is raging across Paris, killing men, women and children . . . and his dread only grows when his doctor forbids him to marry -- for four years Eugene Brieux was lauded by George Bernard Shaw as the greatest French dramatist since Moliere. His play Damaged Goods took Washington, D.C., and New York by storm, in 1913 -- and still wins admirers for its unflinching depiction of social ills through its novelized version, by the author of The Jungle.
📒Damaged Goods ✍ Christalline Gainey Lymon
✏Damaged Goods Book Summary : Damaged Goods By: Christalline Gainey Lymon Damaged Goods is Christalline Gainey Lymon’s personal narrative of rising up from the ashes. Intended to reach the hearts of those hurt by sexual trauma, it shows the devastating effects that endure for life. This book demonstrates how pedophiles and incest will change your life. In the end, you can find life through our Savior Jesus Christ.
📒Damaged Goods ✍ Heather Sharfeddin
✏Damaged Goods Book Summary : In this stirring new novel, Heather Sharfeddin reveals an unforgettable portrait of two people scarred by life and healed by each other. Hershel Swift remembers nothing from the night of his accident, or the days leading up to it. Now, three months later, he’s back at work at his auction house, but the unsympathetic faces of his employees and customers tell the story of a man who has engendered much ill-will. Hershel can’t remember that man, or what he was doing on that dark road the night he crashed. But he senses sinister secrets waiting to destroy the better person he’s trying to become. Silvie Thorne is on the run when her car breaks down in Oregon. When Hershel offers a hand, she has no choice but to grab it. She itches to keep moving, to lose the sheriff who must, by now, be after her—and the lockbox in her possession. Forced to stay put, Silvie shares with Hershel something of her own shattered past. But even as they struggle to put their lives back together, Silvie and Hershel are being thrust into the sights of a desperate and vicious man. With lyrical, atmospheric prose, Heather Sharfeddin depicts ordinary people in the grip of mythic tragedy. This novel is every bit as electrifying as her acclaimed earlier works Sweetwater Burning and Windless Summer.
📒Damaged Goods ✍ Adina Nack
✏Damaged Goods Book Summary : How living with a chronic, stigmatizing, and contagious disease transforms women's lives.
📒Damaged Goods The Great Play Les Avaries ✍ Upton Sinclair
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📒Damaged Goods ✍ Shelley Louise
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📒Damaged Goods ✍ Jim Henderson
✏Damaged Goods Book Summary : Describes the brutal murder of Trish Willoughby, killed by her husband during a vacation trip to Mexico, with the collusion of his mistress, Yesenia Patino, who, unbeknownst to Danny Willoughby, was a transexual, who plotted to collect on Trish's million-dollar life insurance policy. Original.
📒Damaged Goods ✍ Jodi Blase
✏Damaged Goods Book Summary : Karen Sherburne is a hardworking single mom and social worker. Hoping to make more time for her daughter, Meg, she commits to cutting back on her fifty-hour workweek. Not long after this decision, Meg is murdered—and no suspect can be found. In her grief, Karen becomes obsessed with one goal: find the killer; kill the killer. When she returns to work, Karen is assigned a new case: fifteen-year-old Frankie Ortiz, an abuse victim. Through adoption, Karen hopes to save Frankie as she could not save her own daughter. Meanwhile, Kendra Bruno uses witchcraft in an attempt to discover the parents who abandoned her. Instead of finding her parents, a figure appears in Kendra's bedroom mirror: a figure belonging to the ghost of Karen's daughter, Meg. As the lives of Karen, Frankie, and Kendra intersect, secrets are revealed from an unforeseen source. Meg has a message—not only for her mother—but for Kendra, too—and Karen might be the only person who can save Frankie from a horrific fate. When Karen finally discovers her daughter's killer, will she be able to stick to her vow of vengeance, or will her newfound relationships shake her resolve?