Murder On The Orient Express Epub

✏Book Title : Murder on the Orient Express Teaching Guide
✏Author : Agatha Christie
✏Publisher : HarperCollins
✏Release Date : 2017-11-07
✏Pages :
✏ISBN : 9780062851727
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Murder on the Orient Express Teaching Guide Book Summary : To help teachers decide if Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express is right for their students, we’ve created this free e-book that features sample chapters from the book and a teaching guide.

✏Book Title : Murder on the Orient Espresso
✏Author : Sandra Balzo
✏Publisher : Severn House/ORIM
✏Release Date : 2013-12-01
✏Pages : 208
✏ISBN : 9781780104560
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Murder on the Orient Espresso Book Summary : A staged caper based on Murder on the Orient Express is interrupted by a real-life killer in this mystery featuring coffee shop owner Maggy Thorsen. Maggy Thorsen, co-owner of gourmet coffeehouse Uncommon Grounds, is thrilled to be leaving behind the cold winter weather of Wisconsin for sunny South Florida. In town to attend the annual crime-writers’ conference with her beau, sheriff Jeff Pavlik, Maggy maintains that she’s just along for the ride—no amateur sleuthing involved. But Maggy must break her pledge to behave solely as a tourist when the conference’s opening night event turns out to be a re-enactment of Agatha Christie’s classic, Murder on the Orient Express. As Maggy and Jake reluctantly set off on the night train to the Everglades to solve the ‘crime’, it soon becomes clear that, just like in the original novel, nothing is quite what it seems. . . .

✏Book Title : Chinese Imperial Women 2010 Edition EPUB
✏Author : Lim SK
✏Publisher : Asiapac Books Pte Ltd
✏Release Date : 2018-11-12
✏Pages : 151
✏ISBN : 9789812299949
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Chinese Imperial Women 2010 Edition EPUB Book Summary : The word 'harem' often conjures up images of beautiful, half-dressed oriental women lounging in some stately pleasure dome, waiting for the opportunity to satisfy their masters. And in some ways this was not far from the truth. Tang Dynasty Emperor Xuanzong had 40,000 women in his harem, while the Qing emperors would fill their harem with the most eligible girls in the country for both pleasure and procreation. Some emperors were blessed with empresses who led their dynasties to prosperity and stability. Many emperors, however, found out that they had taken on more than they expected with the arrival of talented, ruthless and ambitious beauties. Wu Zetian was one such woman. Arriving in the harem of Tang Emperor Taizong as a sweet-faced 14-year-old, she went on, through treachery and murder, to become empress. This book tells the stories of the outstanding, the outrageous, the glorious as well as the tragic empresses and concubines of the Chinese palace.