Come prowl the lonely, sometimes violent streets of American´s most exotic city, the city that care forgot, New Orleans, with a lone-wolf private-eye named Lucien Caye. Unlike most 40s PIs, Caye rarely drinks, doesn´t smoke or wear a hat (it messes up his hair). He´s six feet tall with wavy, dark brown hair and standard-issue Mediterranean-brown eyes, a sly smile and a clever mind that often gets him into trouble. Caye lives and works in the run-down New Orleans French Quarter of the late 1940s. He has a weakness for women, children and fellow World War II veterans, down on their luck. He knows how to make a decent living but often finds himself working pro-bono - in one case working to find a little girl´s missing cat, in another searching for a boy´s runaway father and in yet another, canvassing the Quarter for the child who wrote a note to Santa Claus, asking Santa to take him to live with the angels so his mother and father didn´t have to buy food for him anymore. They don´t have any money. Murder is often the name of the game and Caye sometimes leaves town in pursuit of the truth, usually aiding a pretty woman in need of help, in more ways than one. Unfortunately, the truth is often ugly, often dangerous and usually resides on the loneliest part of town. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Galloway Smith. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/052343/bk_acx0_052343_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In the latest thriller from number one New York Times best-selling author Stuart Woods, Stone Barrington´s newest foe has a short fuse...and it´s just been lit. Stone Barrington is enjoying a boating excursion off the Maine coast when a chance encounter leaves him somewhat the worse for wear. Always able to find the silver lining in even the unhappiest circumstances, Stone is pleased to discover that the authors of his misfortune are, in fact, members of a prestigious family who present a unique business opportunity and who require a man of Stone´s skills to overcome a sticky situation of their own. The acquaintance is fortuitous indeed, for as it turns out, Stone and his new friends have an enemy in common. He´s the sort of man who prefers force to finesse and who regards any professional defeat as a personal and intolerable insult. And when Stone´s sly cunning collides with his adversary´s hair-trigger temper, the results are sure to be explosive. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tony Roberts. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/peng/003011/bk_peng_003011_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Paroles et accords des hits des années 60. Format poche. A Boy Named Sue (Cash, Johnny), A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You (Monkees, The), A Whiter Shade Of Pale (Procol Harum), All Or Nothing (Small Faces, The), All You Need Is Love (Beatles, The), Baby, Now That I´ve Found You (Foundations, The), Born To Be Wild (Steppenwolf), Cathy’s Clown (Everly Brothers, The), Dance To The Music (Sly And The Family Stone), Delta Lady (Cocker, Joe), Dizzy (Roe, Tommy), Do Wah Diddy Diddy (Manfred Mann), Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood (Animals, The), Eve Of Destruction (Mcguire, Barry), Fire (The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown), Flowers In The Rain (Move, The), Flowers On The Wall (Statler Brothers, The), Give Peace A Chance (Lennon, John), Glad All Over (Dave Clark Five), Go Now (Moody Blues, The), Goldfinger (Bassey, Shirley), Good Vibrations (Beach Boys, The), Happy Together (Turtles, The), Harlem Shuffle (Bob And Earl), Hello Mary Lou (Nelson, Ricky), Here Comes The Night (Them), Hey Joe (Hendrix, Jimi), Hi Ho Silver Lining (Beck, Jeff), Hit The Road Jack (Charles, Ray), Hold On, I’m Comin’ (Sam And Dave), Hole In My Shoe (Traffic), I Am A Rock (Simon And Garfunkel), I Got You (I Feel Good) (Brown, James), I’m Alive (Hollies, The), I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (Redding, Otis), In The Middle Of Nowhere (Springfield, Dusty), In The Midnight Hour (Pickett, Wilson), Israelites (Dekker, Desmond And The Aces), Je T’aime... Moi Non Plus (Gainsbourg, Serge) (Birkin, Jane), Johnny Remember Me (Leyton, John), Keep On Running (Spencer Davis Group, The), Lily The Pink (Scaffold), Living In The Past (Jethro Tull), Louie Louie (Kingsmen, The), Man Of The World (Fleetwood Mac), Massachusetts (Bee Gees, The), Matthew And Son (Stevens, Cat), Monday Monday (Mamas & The Papas, The), Mr. Tambourine Man (Byrds, The), My Boy Lollipop (Millie), Needles And Pins (Searchers, The), No Particular Place To Go (Berry, Chuck), Only The Lonely (Orbison, Roy), Pictures Of Matchstick Men (Status Quo), Proud Mary (Creedence Clearwater Revival), Respect (Franklin, Aretha), Return To Sender (Presley, Elvis), Runaway (Shannon, Del), San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair) (Mackenzie, Scott), See Emily Play (Pink Floyd), Shakin’ All Over (Kidd, Johnny) (Pirates, The), She Loves You (Beatles, The), She’s Not There (Zombies, The), Shout (Lulu And The Luvvers), Something In The Air (Thunderclap Newman), Something’s Gotten Hold Of My Heart (Pitney, Gene), Stand By Me (King, Ben E), Substitute (Who, The), Subterranean Homesick Blues (Dylan, Bob), Summer In The City (Lovin´ Spoonful, The), Sunshine Of Your Love (Cream), Sunshine Superman (Donovan), The Letter (Box Tops, The), Those Were The Days (Hopkin, Mary), Time Is On My Side (Rolling Stones, The), Tobacco Road (Nashville Teens, The), Two Little Boys (Harris, Rolf), Under The Boardwalk (Drifters, The), Walk Away Renée (Four Tops, The), White Rabbit (Jefferson Airplane), Wichita Lineman (Campbell, Glen), With A Girl Like You (Troggs, The), Wonderful World, Beautiful People (Cliff, Jimmy), Wondrous Place (Fury, Billy), You Really Got Me (Kinks, The), You’ll Never Walk Alone (Pacemakers, Gerry And The), You’re No Good (Swinging Blue Jeans, The)