Carl Edwards House
Carl Edwards House
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Ten Detective Aces - 08/35: Adventure House Presents:
Ten Detective Aces - 08/35: Adventure House Presents:
The Masked Scourge by Frederick C. Davis A blood-stained silk dress leads Lieutenant McEwen to the Moon Man's woman accomplice.  And that dress belonged to his own daughter. Blueblood Hounds  by Joe Archibald Witness to Murder by Emile C. Tepperman Directors of Doom by Carl McK. Saunders Torture Tool by Cliff Howe Corpse Cheaters by Paul Chadwick The Phantom Shamus by Margie Harris The Lethal Letter by J. Lane Linklater High-Speed Vengeance by Edward C. Clayton Powdered Clues  by Ralph Powers 7x10 128 pages Adventure House Cover Artist: Delos Palmer, Jr. Published: 12/17

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Historic Images 1988 Press Photo Carl Edwards, neighbor of crack house, Houston - hca15681-8 x 10 in
Historic Images 1988 Press Photo Carl Edwards, neighbor of crack house, Houston - hca15681-8 x 10 in
This is an original press photo. Crack - Houston Carl Edwards, neighbor of crack house Carl Edwards says crack ruined his neighborhood, wear a reputed drug dealer was killedPhoto measures 10 x 8inches. Photo is dated 05-06-1988.

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The Carl Hiaasen Collection: Lucky You and Sick Puppy
The Carl Hiaasen Collection: Lucky You and Sick Puppy
Lucky YouGrange, Florida, is famous for its miracles--the weeping fiberglass Madonna, the Road-Stain Jesus, the stigmata man. And now it has JoLayne Lucks, unlikely winner of the state lottery.Unfortunately, JoLayne's winning ticket isn't the only one. The other belongs to Bodean Gazzer and his raunchy sidekick, Chub, who believe they're entitled to the whole $28 million jackpot. And they need it quickly, to start their own underground militia before NATO troops invade America.But JoLayne Lucks has her own plans for the Lotto money--an Eden-like forest in Grange must be saved from strip-malling. When Bode and Chub brutally assault her and steal her ticket, JoLayne vows to track them down, take it back--and get revenge.The only one who can help is Tom Krome, a big-city investigative journalist now bitterly consigned to writing frothy features for a midsized central Florida newspaper. With a persuasive nudge from JoLayne, Krome is about to become part of a story that's bigger and more bizarre than anything he's ever covered.Chasing two heavily armed psychopaths down the coast of Florida is reckless enough, but Tom's got other problems--the murderous attention of a jealous judge; an actress wife who turns fugitive to avoid divorce court; an editor who speaks in tongues; and Tom's own growing fondness for the future millionairess with whom he's risking his neck.The pursuit takes them from the surreal streets of Grange to a buzzard-infested island deep in Florida Bay, where they finally catch up with the fledgling militia--Chub, Bode Gazzer, a newly recruited convenience-store clerk and their baffled hostage, a Hooters waitress.The climax explodes with the hilarious mayhem that is Carl Hiaasen's hallmark. Lucky You is his funniest, most deliriously gripping novel yet.Sick PuppyWhen Palmer Stoat notices a pickup truck tailgaiting him down the highway, he fears his Range Rover is about to be carjacked. But Twilly Spree, the man driving the truck, has vengeance, not carjacking, on his mind. Idealistic, independently wealthy, and pathologically short-tempered, Spree has dedicated his life to saving nature. And after watching Stoat dump a trail of litter along Florida's turnpike, Spree is determined to teach him a lesson by filling his precious Rover with hungry dung beetles. This would have been the end had Spree not discoverred that Stoat is one of Florida's most notorious political fixers, whose latest project is the greedy "malling" of a pristine Gulf Coast island. Now the real Hiaasen-style fun begins!

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Carl Edwards #19 Deluxe 2-SIDED 2016 3x5 SIGNATURE Flag w/grommets Outdoor Banner Nascar Racing
Carl Edwards #19 Deluxe 2-SIDED 2016 3x5 SIGNATURE Flag w/grommets Outdoor Banner Nascar Racing
This is a brand-new never opened DOUBLE SIDED 3'x5' Flag of your favorite driver. Product Features · 3'x5' Size, True Double Sided (Each side has a different image). · Flag has grommets for attaching to a standard flag pole · Heavy Duty polyester construction · Reinforced headband for durability · BEAUTIFUL colors and graphics Great for the home, the porch, the party and MORE! Makes a Great Gift TOO!

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Camp On Blood Island Original Lobby Card Edward Underdown Carl Mohner
Camp On Blood Island Original Lobby Card Edward Underdown Carl Mohner
Silver Screen Mementos are pleased to be able to offer this authentic original lobby card measuring 8x10 inches. This lobby card is from Great Britain and was printed during the actual year the film was released in movie theaters. The lobby card (also known as Front of House/ FOH card in the UK) was created by the film studios to publicise the movie and was intended for display outside the movie theatre in special glass display boxes. THESE ARE NOT REPRODUCTIONS! You are looking at a truly original piece of cinema art, a genuine collector's item. We have a huge archive of over 250,000 original lobby cards, mostly from the 1930's to the 1980's. We will be releasing many more rare gems from our vast collection, which will include lobby cards, original photographs, movie stills, transparencies and slides.

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Blues Power: Songs of Eric Clapton
Blues Power: Songs of Eric Clapton
A tribute album that's not a tribute album--at least according to the text on the cover of this CD. In a way, that's correct, since Blues Power includes not merely artists who've been influenced by Clapton, but also artists who've influenced him. Many of these musicians' careers were positively affected by the advent of British blues and the blues revival of the 1960s--events in which Clapton played no small part. So it's fitting that Buddy Guy should appear here, and Bo Diddley, James Cotton, Honeyboy Edwards, and Pinetop Perkins. In addition, younger artists make an appearance, including Larry McCray, Carl Weathersby, Joe Louis Walker, Eric Gales, and Derek Trucks. And for the most part--as one would expect given the caliber of the performers--the material here is very strong. Standouts include Weathersby's hard-grooving take on "Lay Down Sally," Guy's version of "Strange Brew," Walker and Cotton's sexy "Roll It Over," and Perkins's wry "Too Bad." A few of the selections seem to be winks at the listener: for instance, Diddley covers his own "Before You Accuse Me," a song popularized by Creedence Clearwater Revival and more recently recorded by Clapton. The oddest of the lot, though, would have to be "Crossroads," one of the most covered blues songs ever, which Honeyboy Edwards here records in a style more reminiscent of Robert Johnson than of Clapton. It's moments like these that make this album as much a history as it is a tribute. Closing things off is, of course, "Layla," here reinterpreted by young guitar-slingers Gales and Trucks. The closing coda, while different from Clapton's original, perfectly captures its mood. While there are some weak moments--Koko Taylor tones down her characteristic roar for "Blues Power" for some reason--this is a strong album overall, exploring Clapton's strengths as a songwriter and as a bluesman through the eyes of contemporaries, predecessors, and followers. --Genevieve Williams

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The Family of Man: The Greatest Photographic Exhibition of All Time- 503 Pictures from 68 Countries
The Family of Man: The Greatest Photographic Exhibition of All Time- 503 Pictures from 68 Countries
Art Studies, Photography

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1913: The Year Before the Storm
1913: The Year Before the Storm
An International Bestseller“An absolute gem of a book.” —The ObserverJust before one of its darkest moments came the twentieth century’s most exciting year . . .It was the year Henry Ford first put a conveyer belt in his car factory, and the year Louis Armstrong first picked up a trumpet. It was the year Charlie Chaplin signed his first movie contract, and Coco Chanel and Prada opened their first dress shops. It was the year Proust began his opus, Stravinsky wrote The Rite of Spring, and the first Armory Show in New York introduced the world to Picasso and the world of abstract art. It was the year the recreational drug now known as ecstasy was invented.It was 1913, the year before the world plunged into the catastrophic darkness of World War I.In a witty yet moving narrative that progresses month by month through the year, and is interspersed with numerous photos and documentary artifacts (such as Kafka’s love letters), Florian Illies ignores the conventions of the stodgy tome so common in “one year” histories. Forefronting cultural matters as much as politics, he delivers a charming and riveting tale of a world full of hope and unlimited possibility, peopled with amazing characters and radical politics, bristling with new art and new technology . . . even as ominous storm clouds began to gather.From the Hardcover edition.

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