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Gezgin Satıcı Kitap
Gezgin Satıcı Kitap Sented by Luis

Guy de Maupassant (1850-1893) : Ünlü romancı L. N. Tolstoy'un '... sayıları az olmakla birlikte, Maupassant gibi bir başka tür insan daha vardır ki, bunlar her şeyi kendi gözleriyle, içerdiği önemi ve anlamıyla, olduğu gibi görürler' sözleriyle andığı yazar ardında pek çok roman, öykü, deneme ve tiyatro oyunu bıraktı.

İçdeniz Balıkçısı
İçdeniz Balıkçısı Sented by Musa

Le Guin’in sekiz öyküden oluşan ve Dünyanın Doğum Günü kitabından on yıl kadar önce yazdığı İçdeniz Balıkçısı’nda, "Bilimkurgu Okumamak Üzerine" başlıklı bir giriş yazısı da yer alıyor.

Mutluluk Sented by Michael

Guy de Maupassant, Avrupa gerçekçiliği içinde önemli bir yer tutar. Onun öykü kişileri Korsikalı haydutlardan Fransız orta sınıfına, oradan da soylu sınıfın sınırlarına kadar uzanan geniş bir yelpazede yer alır. Köpeğine duyduğu derin bağlılıkla sonunda aklını yitiren bir bahçıvan; dünya güzeli karısı elinden kaçmasın diye üst üste yedi çocuk doğurtan kocanın içine düştüğü açmaz… Bütün bu öyküler. Maupassant’ın ölüm, mutluluk, doğa ve kültür üzerine görüşlerini aktarmasına olanak verir. Mutluluk: Maupassant öyküleri karşımıza ani ve sürprizli gelişmeler çıkartarak bizi şaşırtırlar.

He's After Me
He's After Me Sented by Luis

Before writing her first novel, 32C That's Me, Chris Higgins taught English and Drama for many years in secondary schools. Chris has worked at the Minack, the open-air theatre on the cliffs near Lands End. She now writes full time. Chris loves to travel and has lived and worked in Australia as well as hitchhiking to Istanbul and across the Serengeti Plain. She was born and brought up in South Wales, but now lives in the far west of Cornwall with her husband and four daughters. Chris's novels deal with issues that every teenager can identify with. In 2009, Chris won the YoungMinds award for A Perfect 10.

L.A. Confidential
L.A. Confidential Sented by Paul

Christmas 1951, Los Angeles: a city where the police are as corrupt as the criminals. Six prisoners are beaten senseless in their cells by cops crazed on alcohol.

Destination: Morgue!
Destination: Morgue! Sented by Luis

Dig. The Demon Dog gets down with a new book of scenes from America’s capital of kink: Los Angeles. Fourteen pieces, some fiction, some nonfiction, all true enough to be admissible as state’s evidence, and half of it in print for the first time.

LAPD ’53
LAPD ’53 Sented by Michael

James Ellroy, the undisputed master of crime writing, has teamed up with the Los Angeles Police Museum to present a stunning text on 1953 LA.

Perfidia Sented by Musa

The Japanese have bombed Pearl Harbor. The United States teeters on the edge of war. The roundup of allegedly treasonous Japanese Americans is about to begin. And in L.A., a Japanese family is found dead.

Shakedown Sented by Musa

James Ellroy is an American original of the most profane order. The bestselling author of the noir classics L.A. Confidential, The Black Dahlia, and The Cold Six Thousand, he has been hailed by the Los Angeles Times as “one of the best writers of our era.” A self-proclaimed Luddite, Ellroy is turning to technology for the first time with the publication of Shakedown, a novella released by the digital publisher Byliner.

Suicide Hill
Suicide Hill Sented by Shon

Detective Sergeant Lloyd Hopkins is the most brilliant homicide detective in the Los Angeles Police Department and one of its most troubled. In his obsessive mission to protect the innocent, there is no line he won’t cross.

The Best American Noir of the Century

In his introduction to the The Best American Noir of the Century, James Ellroy writes, “noir is the most scrutinized offshoot of the hard-boiled school of fiction. It’s the long drop off the short pier and the wrong man and the wrong woman in perfect misalliance.

The Big Nowhere
The Big Nowhere Sented by Shon

Los Angeles, 1950 Red crosscurrents: the Commie Scare and a string of brutal mutilation killings. Gangland intrigue and Hollywood sleaze. Three cops caught in a hellish web of ambition, perversion, and deceit. Danny Upshaw is a Sheriff's deputy stuck with a bunch of snuffs nobody cares about; they're his chance to make his name as a cop..

Time to Die
Time to Die Sented by Michael

He will predict your life… and your death. Don’t ever cross his palm with silver. He will reveal your most shameful secrets. He will predict your death. He is hiding a secret. He is hiding a monster.

Blood on the Moon
Blood on the Moon Sented by Paul

Detective Sergeant Lloyd Hopkins can’t stand music, or any loud sounds. He’s got a beautiful wife, but he can’t get enough of other women. And instead of bedtime stories, he regales his daughters with bloody crime stories.

Brown’s Requiem
Brown’s Requiem Sented by Luis

Fritz Brown’s L.A.–and his life–are masses of contradictions, like stirring chorales sung for the dead. A less-than-spotless former cop with a drinking problem–a private eye-cum-repo man with a taste for great music–he has been known to wallow in the grime beneath the Hollywood glitter. But Fritz Brown’s life is about to change, thanks to the appearance of a racist psycho who flashes too much cash for a golf caddie and who walked away clean from a multiple murder rap.

White Jazz (L.A. Quartet, #4)

Los Angeles, 1958. Killings, beatings, bribes, shakedowns--it's standard procedure for Lieutenant Dave Klein, LAPD. He's a slumlord, a bagman, an enforcer--a power in his own small corner of hell. Then the Feds announce a full-out investigation into local police corruption, and everything goes haywire.

The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town

John Grisham’s first work of nonfiction, an exploration of small town justice gone terribly awry, is his most extraordinary legal thriller yet. In the major league draft of 1971, the first player chosen from the State of Oklahoma was Ron Williamson.

The Mastery of Self: A Toltec Guide to Personal Freedom

The ancient Toltecs believed that life as we perceive it is a dream. We each live in our own personal dream, and all of our dreams come together to make the Dream of the Planet. Problems arise when we forget that the dream is just a dream and fall victim to believing that we have no control over it.

Stoner Sented by Paul

William Stoner is born at the end of the nineteenth century into a dirt-poor Missouri farming family. Sent to the state university to study agronomy, he instead falls in love with English literature and embraces a scholar’s life, so different from the hardscrabble existence he has known.

To the Ends of the Earth
To the Ends of the Earth Sented by Shon

To the Ends of the Earth, William Golding’s classic sea trilogy, tells the extraordinary story of a warship’s troubled journey to Australia in the early 1800s.

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