A Kiss Between Midnight and Dawn

A Kiss Between Midnight and Dawn

A Kiss Between Midnight and Dawn

De Luna should have known when she saw him in Brander's reading some men's magazine, he was too good to be true.Just the name Rue... implied it!And those cerulean baby blues, mixed with that crooked grin; spelled trouble with a capital T.But as she continued to study the sexy stranger...she would swear she was missing something, especially after he sent her a wink, and a sexy fang tipped grin....Yet again, Rue was obligated to do something he didn't want to do. After 232 years, you would think he'd be used to it by now. Would he ever even attempt to live his own life? As he caught site of the beautiful woman sitting three tables down from him, and the way she kept pretending to read her book...then completely checking him out...he figured it was at least in his best effort to try...Vampire Master Sephoroth returns to this side...boy is he pissed...and Jobella has no idea...

Exquisite Corpse

Exquisite Corpse

Exquisite Corpse


Jazz Times

Jazz Times

Jazz Times


Coastal Dawn

Coastal Dawn

Coastal Dawn

In 1940, the defense of Great Britain rested with a handful of volunteer aircrew, Churchill’s ‘few’. Overshadowed in later folklore by the more famous Spitfire and Hurricane pilots, there were other pilots, observers and air gunners – just as courageous – flying the Bristol Blenheim MKIV-F. The future of the country and arguably that of the free world depended also on their skill, morale and sacrifice. Remarkably little has been chronicled of these men and their aircraft – the ‘Trade Protection’ squadrons formed by Hugh Dowding – allotted to 11 Group in October 1939. The aircraft’s range and endurance made it suitable for defense of coastal shipping against attack on the southern and eastern shores of Britain, and for operations further afield. Indeed during bitter fighting casualties among Numbers 235, 236, 248 and 254 Squadron Blenheims were high on operations over Norway, Holland, France, Dunkirk and then the Battle of Britain where the Blenheims were completely outclassed by Messerschmitt 109 and 110 fighters and fell easy victims, scythed from the sky. But the record of the aircraft and their crew was an immensely proud one. Drawing on contemporary diaries, periodicals, letters, logbooks, memoirs and interviews with survivors, lauded historian Andy Bird reassesses the vital role they played and repositions it in history. In doing so, he justifiably embraces the heroes we have left behind.

Highlights of Astronomy

Highlights of Astronomy

Highlights of Astronomy

Vol. 1- contain papers, etc., from 13th- General Assembly.