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The Talk Of The Town

Author: James Payn
Publisher: London, Chatto & Windus
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Fictional account of W.H. Ireland (as William Henry Erin in the novel).

Talk Of The Town

Author: June Tate
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0755389484
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She may have found the man of her dreams... but is he all that he seems? Talk of the Town is another gritty saga from June Tate, packed with the usual ingredients - passion, violence and a heroine with steel in her veins. Perfect for fans of Rosie Goodwin and Lynda Page. 'A page-turner for all saga lovers' - Katie Fforde As the 1920s roar around her, wild child Tilly Thompson is desperate for adventure. She wishes she could travel the world like her friend David Strickland, an engineer officer on the Aquitania, but, for now, she must try to find her thrills closer to home. When Tilly hears a new club, the Blue Pelican, has opened in Southampton, it's not long before she's the star of the dance floor, kicking her heels up to the Charleston. Flame-haired Tilly quickly attracts the attention of the club's devastatingly handsome owner Eddie Chapman. She won't be warned about Chapman's reputation, though - not while she's having the time of her life. But that life is about to change dramatically as Tilly stumbles upon a sinister trail of violence and crime. And it all seems to lead to Eddie Chapman... What readers are saying about Talk of the Town: 'This is a book that is packed with drama and there is so much going on that you cannot help but read on and on and on to find out what happens. There is never a dull moment in this book. The cast of characters are all interesting and the storyline is put together perfectly... This book is going in my top ten reads' 'Classic Tate, excellent story' 'Five stars'

Talk Of The Town

Author: Beth Andrews
Publisher: Beth Burgoon
ISBN: 1732527512
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Twelve years ago, Neil Pettit chose his dreams of becoming a professional hockey player over a life with Maddie Montesano and their daughter. Now he’s back in his hometown of Shady Grove, Pennsylvania, to fix his mistakes and finally be the father his daughter deserves. Twelve years ago, Maddie didn’t think she could live without Neil in her life but she’s wiser now. Stronger. She’s built a good life for herself and her daughter and the last thing she needs is Neil stirring things up. Maddie does her best to remember that Neil was the boy who left her behind, but the longer he stays in Shady Grove, the more she realizes how much he’s changed. How good he is for their daughter. And how much she still wants him. But before they can be a family, Neil and Maddie will both have to forgive the choices they made in the past, and learn to trust in their future.

Talk Of The Town

Author: Jacob Polley
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 0330506064
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1986, the last day of the summer holidays, and Christopher Hearsey is wondering why his best mate Arthur has suddenly disappeared, and whether lippy Gill Ross a few doors down might know anything about it. The border city of Carlisle is buzzing with rumours following an act of terrible violence, and in order to begin his search Chris must face down his own dread, not only of the consequences of his own actions, but of local big man Booby Grove, and his psychotic sidekick Carl ‘the black’ Hole. Populated by a menacing and hilarious cast of characters, and moving from the dark aggrieved streets of the city to the agricultural hinterland of the Solway Firth, this is the story of a boy desperate to get out of town, out of a bad situation, even out of his own skin . . . ‘A fierce cry of talent, raw as a confession and tender as a poem. Polley’s language is mercurial, his humour quick and surprising.’ Chris Cleave ‘A perfectly pitched quest for lost innocence’ John Burnside, Guardian ‘This is a disconcerting debut novel about how meaning is constructed from murmur, gossip and half-truth . . . Capturing the chaotic rhythms of these young lives in vivid yet unsentimental prose, Polley hits the perfect pitch.’ Anita Sethi, Independent

Talk Of The Town

Author: Fredrick Marcel Spletstoser
Publisher: LSU Press
ISBN: 9780807129340
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As the sleepy courthouse town of Alexandria, Louisiana, began to recover from the devastation and trauma of the Civil War and Reconstruction, the Daily Town Talk appeared. Nicknamed Alexandria's postage stamp paper by a rival publication, the Town Talk aimed to be the best daily outside of New Orleans and became one of the most successful regional newspapers of its kind. Fredrick M. Spletstoser tells the story of the paper's first sixty years and of the town's triumphs and setbacks during that same time. An unpretentious country journal, the Town Talk would become in the second half of the twentieth century a pioneer in newspaper technology under the leadership of Joe D. Smith, one of the most respected names in American journalism. The Town Talk was inextricably bound up with - and often directly behind - transformations in Alexandria's urban landscape, the development of municipal services and education, efforts to attract industry and cultivate trade, and the stimulation of surrounding agribusiness. occurred across the turn of the century, the large and enduring military presence in central Louisiana, and the impact of Huey P. Long's political career. Along the way, he narrates colorful stories culled from the Town Talk's pages and describes the fascinating family members who published the paper during this entire period. Talk of the Town illustrates the role provincial journalism played in the planning and expansion of towns throughout the country as it relates the engrossing history of one southern place and the people who lived there.

Talk Of The Town

Author: Edited By Jerry Pinto & Rahul Srivastava
Publisher: Penguin Books India
ISBN: 9780143330134
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Here&Rsquo;S A Quiz. If You Answer All The Questions Right, You Do Not Need This Book. 1.When King Charles Ii Received The City Of Bombay As His Dowry, He Thought It Was In A) India&Nbsp; B) Brazil&Nbsp;&Nbsp; C) Portugal&Nbsp; D) Brighton&Nbsp; &Nbsp; 2. Every Resident Of This City Speaks Only One Language. That City Is &Nbsp;A) Patna&Nbsp; B) Thiruvananthapuram&Nbsp;&Nbsp; C) Panjim&Nbsp; D) Diu 3. Mamola Bai Ruled From This City, For Almost Fifty Years. Of Course, She Did It In Purdah, But She Ruled It Nevertheless. A) Patna&Nbsp; B) Tangiers C) Lalalajpatnagarameshwar&Nbsp; D) Bhopal 4. With Which Indian City Is Marks &Amp; Spencer, The Famous Department Store, Associated? A) Madras&Nbsp; B) Kolkata C) Shillong&Nbsp; D)Frootinagar Answers At The Bottom Of This Page. Okay, So You Need This Book. In This Book You Will Find A Lot Of Info On Twelve Indian Cities. There Is Also Some Fun Stuff Like A Begum Slapping A British Officer, A Dead Body Swinging About And Telling The Future, A Man Who Made Art Out Of Stuff People Threw Away, And A Bowl Of Boiled Beans. And If That&Rsquo;S Not Enough, Then There&Rsquo;S A Whole Bunch Of Writers Who Have Written About Their Favourite Cities. Thank You, And Here Come The Names In Alphabetical Order: Alexander Frater, Amit Chaudhuri, Amitava Kumar, Anita Nair, Ashok Vajpeyi, C.S. Lakshmi, H. Masud Taj, Kaumudi Marathe, Kynpham Sing Nongkynrih, Nayantara Sahgal, Vinod Mehta, William Dalrymple. Answers 1 Z 2 &Amp; 4 * 5 U Ha. Like We&Rsquo;Re Going To Give You The Answers. If You Want To Know What They Are, You Buy A Book, Read It And Find Out. Warning: You Will Develop Itchy Feet After Reading This Book. Do Not Wash With Antiseptic. Just Plan Your Next Holiday To One Of These Cities And Explore It With This Book In Hand. Age Group: 12+ &Nbsp;

Talk Of The Town

Author: Karen Hawkins
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781416560333
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Karen Hawkins pens a delightfully sexy tale of modern love in a small Southern town. Do Blondes Have More Fun? Newly divorced Roxie Treymayne is dying to find out. After years of being the perfect Southern lady, all she ended up with was a cheating husband. So she goes bombshell blond, gets a provocatively placed tattoo, and prepares to live it up as a Bad Girl. But then her mother falls ill...and Roxie is forced to return to Glory, North Carolina. He'd Love to Know. Once the town bad boy, Nick Sheppard is now Glory's highly respected sheriff. When the hot blonde he stops for speeding turns out to be formerly prim Homecoming Queen Roxanne Treymayne, Nick doesn't quite know where to look -- though he'd like a much closer one at the tattoo peeking from her shorts. But It Takes Two to Tango. Roxie and Nick had a steamy fling in high school, but a love affair between a Southern princess and a boy from the wrong side of the tracks was doomed from the start. Now they have a second chance. Can they get it right? Or will they just end up...the talk of the town?

Talk Of The Town

Author: Mary Kay McComas
Publisher: Diversion Books
ISBN: 1626810877
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An artist finds love in the unlikeliest of places in this charming, award-winning romance by New York Times–bestselling author of The One for Me. Rosemary Wickum treasures the curious items she finds at the recycling center—pieces perfect for her metal sculptures. She has her hands full focusing on her art while waitressing to support her father and teenage son. But she becomes the talk of the town when Gary Albright, the handsome owner of the recycling center, begins pursuing her in earnest. With the whole town cheering them on, Rosemary and Gary discover their shared love for creating things of beauty out of the discarded and forgotten, a common ground on which to build a relationship based in trust, honesty, and love. “It is a rare author who can weave together irresistible characters, emotional heartache, wacky humor and social consciousness–all within one superb romance. Rarer still is one who can do it with such exquisite style. Brava, Mary Kay McComas!” —RT Book Reviews

Talk Of The Town

Author: Joan Smith
Publisher: Belgrave House
ISBN: 1610844203
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Daphne Ingleside’s visit to her Aunt Effie in London was meant to add a little spark to her placid country life. And it did—once the two women decided to write Effie’s memoirs. For Effie, a faded divorcée, had been the beauty of London in her day, and many of the ton feared their misbehavior would be disclosed. The Duke of St. Felix, misinterpreting their project as a means of blackmailing his family, antagonized the sharp-witted, beautiful Daphne to his peril. Regency Romance by Joan Smith; originally published by Fawcett

The Fun Of It

Author: E.B. White
Publisher: Modern Library
ISBN: 0307432238
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William Shawn once called The Talk of the Town the soul of the magazine. The section began in the first issue, in 1925. But it wasn't until a couple of years later, when E. B. White and James Thurber arrived, that the Talk of the Town story became what it is today: a precise piece of journalism that always gets the story and has a little fun along the way. The Fun of It is the first anthology of Talk pieces that spans the magazine's life. Edited by Lillian Ross, the longtime Talk reporter and New Yorker staff writer, the book brings together pieces by the section's most original writers. Only in a collection of Talk stories will you find E. B. White visiting a potter's field; James Thurber following Gertrude Stein at Brentano's; Geoffrey Hellman with Cole Porter at the Waldorf Towers; A. J. Liebling on a book tour with Albert Camus; Maeve Brennan ventriloquizing the long-winded lady; John Updike navigating the passageways of midtown; Calvin Trillin marching on Washington in 1963; Jacqueline Onassis chatting with Cornell Capa; Ian Frazier at the Monster Truck and Mud Bog Fall Nationals; John McPhee in virgin forest; Mark Singer with sixth-graders adopting Hudson River striped bass; Adam Gopnik in Flatbush visiting the ìgrandest theatre devoted exclusively to the movies; Hendrik Hertzberg pinning down a Sulzberger on how the Times got colorized; George Plimpton on the tennis court with Boris Yeltsin; and Lillian Ross reporting good little stories for more than forty-five years. They and dozens of other Talk contributors provide an entertaining tour of the most famous section of the most famous magazine in the world. From the Trade Paperback edition.