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Slow Cooker Magic: A Seasonal Selection of Family Favorite Recipes

by Linda Rehberg Lois Conway

Over 100 inventive recipes for year-round family meals including side dishes and desserts from the authors of the top-selling Bread Machine Magic Slow cookers have been one of the hot appliances in every market from Wal-Mart to Williams Sonoma over the last two years. There are loads of slow cooker books on the market, but Conway and Rehberg's book is unique: It demonstrates that slow cookers are useful and ingenious year-round appliances, perfect not just for the soups and stews of winter, but for spring potlucks at school and big family picnics in summer. Slow Cooker Magic includes not just main dishes, such as Chili and Chicken with Gravy, but appetizers, such as Spicy Tortilla Soup, and side dishes, such as Balsamic Glazed Carrots, too. With sidebars and tips that will bring magic to every home cook, Slow Cooker Magic also includes: Sandwiches Vegetarian recipes Desserts New uses for slow cookers. Rehberg and Conway's Bread Machine Magic is a beloved big seller because their exhaustive testing produced recipes that work every time in every type of machine. They shine at giving home cooks fresh ideas to breathe new life into favorite appliances, and have done it again with Slow Cooker Magic.

Slow Dance On the Killing Ground

by Lenox Cramer

This is a story about Special Forces, the trials and tribulations of its members. Excellent action adventure.

Slow Dance with the Sheriff

by Nikki Logan

Ex-ballerina Eleanor Patterson is the darling of Manhattan society-until she discovers her pedigree background is a lie. So she heads to sleepy Larkville for answers....Sheriff Jed Jackson never expected to rescue a stunning woman from a herd of cattle, or to be so fascinated by the vulnerability beneath Ellie's tough city veneer. Yet watching her unwind is irresistible, and as he helps her learn to dance again he wants to give both Ellie and himself a new beginning....

Slow Death

by James Fielder

Never Trust a Chained Captive. That was one of the rules David Parker Ray posted on the isolated property where he and his girlfriend Cynthia Hendy lived near New Mexico's Elephant Butte Lake. They called their windowless trailer The Toybox. Over the years they lured countless young women into its chamber of unspeakable pain and horror--and filmed every moment. A Satanist, Ray was the center of a web of sadism, sex slavery, and murder. Authorities suspect he murdered more than 60 women. In October 2011, a flood of tips led to a renewed search for the remains of more possible victims. This updated edition reveals all the details, plus the inside story on the controversial movie based on these unforgettable events. An eye-opening journey into the world of criminal sexual sadism. --Jim Yontz, Deputy District Attorney, Albuquerque, New Mexico16 pages of haunting photosDarkly fascinating. . . a shocker from beginning to end. --Gregg Olsen, New York Times bestselling author

Slow Death (Slocum #127)

by Jake Logan

THEY WERE AN ORNERY BUNCH OF HOMBRES. A wild gang of whiskey runners, and Slocum had 'em figured for trouble from the start. He'd let them off too easy when he'd caught them red-handed rustling cattle from Lynn Dawson's Lazy D spread. That was his mistake. Because now they've rustled something bigger - Lynn's young, pretty daughter. And as ransom, they want Slocum! That's their mistake. Because now, Slocum's feeling a mite ornery himself...

Slow Dollar (Deborah Knott #9)

by Margaret Maron

Another Judge Deborah Knott (the bootleggers daughter) mystery. This time with a carnival flavor.

Slow Fire

by Leigh Beisch Ray Lampe

Great barbecue is as simple as meat, fire, smoke, and time. This ode to authentic meaty goodness gives barbecue beginners an essential guide to the tools, techniques, and recipes needed to make smoky, mouthwatering, fall-off-the-bone meats. And seasoned smokers will learn a thing or two, too! Ray Lampe, a.k.a. Dr. BBQ, brings decades of expertise as a barbecue master, providing indispensable wisdom alongside 68 of the best recipes he has encountered in his long and wide-ranging career, from tantalizing mains such as Competition-Style Beef Brisket to lip-smacking sides such as Bacon and Blue Cheese Coleslaw. For both stove-top smokers and regular backyard grills, Slow Fire makes it easy to cook irresistible slow-cooked barbecue right at home.

Slow Hand

by Victoria Vane

In rural Montana... Wade Knowlton is a hardworking lawyer who's torn between his small-town Montana law practice and a struggling family ranch. He's on the brink of exhaustion from trying to save everybody and everything, when gorgeous Nicole Powell walks into his office. She's a damsel in distress and the breath of fresh air he needs.Even the lawyers wear boots... Nicole Powell is a sassy Southern girl who has officially sworn off cowboys after a spate of bad seeds-until her father's death sends her to Montana and into the arms of a man who seems too good to be true. Her instincts tell her to high tail it out of Montana, but she can't resist a cowboy with a slow hand...Praise for Victoria Vane's erotic romance: "Erotic and sexy...absolutely marvelous." -Library Journal on the Devil DeVere series, a Top Ebook Romance of 2012 "The Mistress of Sensuality does it again!" -Swept Away By Romance"With Ms Vane's trademark prose and touches of humor-this is once again a brilliant story by a gifted writer." -Romantic Historical Lovers Reviews

Slow Hand: Women Writing Erotica

by Michele Slung

Slow Hand: Women Writing Erotica is an exciting anthology of new erotic stories by women, for women. In a world where men still expect to make the first move, this collection of nineteen tantalizing stories gives women their chance to have the last word. Slow Hand is a book for those who boldly wish to explore the territory of passion. But most of all it is for those readers who know full well that erotic writing by women is like no other: in art as in life, timing is everything. Michele Slung writes in her introduction: "My main hope is that readers new to the audacious genre of women's erotica-readers both female and male-who pick up Slow Hand out of curiosity will enjoy and appreciate the sensual/sexual explorations they encounter here. All responses are legitimate, backgrounds and natures differing as they do, yet I can't help but hope that the book I've assembled will turn out to be the best kind of seducer.... In its compelling rhythm and its surprises, Slow Hand exists to reflect the needs and desires of its audience."

Slow Heat

by Jill Shalvis

A great catch-from the USA Today bestselling author of Double Play Baseball player Wade O'Riley's bad-boy image is about to be cleaned up by publicist Samantha McNead. But the sexual tension between them is about to drive Wade to his knees.

Slow Horses

by Mick Herron

Let us be clear about this much at least: Slough House is not in Slough, nor is it a house...Slough House is Jackson Lamb's kingdom; a dumping ground for members of the intelligence service who've screwed up: left a secret file on a train, blown a surveillance, or become drunkenly unreliable. They're the service's poor relations - the slow horses - and bitterest among them is River Cartwright, whose days are spent transcribing mobile phone conversations. But when a young man is abducted, and it's threatened that he'll be beheaded live on the Internet, River sees an opportunity to redeem himself. Is the victim who he first appears to be? And what's the kidnappers' connection with a disgraced journalist? As the clock ticks on the execution, River finds that everyone involved has their own agenda ...And unless the slow horses can prove they're not as useless as they're thought to be, a young man's death is going to echo around the world. Praise for Mick Herron:Mick Herron never tells a suspense story in the expected way, which is why his new novel, Reconstruction, reads as much like a puzzle mystery as it does a thriller . . . unpleasant things are bound to happen, and they do-but not until Herron has finished surprising us . . . there is no hiding under the desk. New York Times. 'This is one of these novels where you read it, not just to see what happens at the end, but to see what happens on the very next page' Booklist'Good characterisation, dialogue and well-paced narrative make this confident first novel frighteningly plausible' Sunday Telegraph'Tight, literary and clich_ free' Publishers Weekly'Stylish and engaging' Washington Post

Slow Learner

by Thomas Pynchon

Slow Learner is a compilation of early stories written between 1959 and 1964, before Pynchon achieved recognition as a prominent writer for his 1963 novel, V and containing a revelatory essay on his early influences and writing. The collection consists of five short stories: 'The Small Rain', 'Lowlands', 'Entropy', 'Under the Rose', and 'The Secret Integration', as well as an introduction written by Pynchon himself for the 1984 publication. The five stories were originally published individually in various literary magazines but in 1984, after Pynchon had achieved greater recognition, Slow Learner was published to collect and copyright the stories into one volume. The introduction also offers a rare insight into Pynchon's own views on his work and influences.

Slow Motion Riot

by Peter Blauner

On an urban battleground dangerously divided along racial lines, probation officer Steve Baum is desperately struggling to hold on to the last remaining shreds of his idealism - until Darryl King invades his world. A deranged young sociopath, one of the most bloodthirsty creations of a diseased society, Darryl has come to drag Baum along with him into an inescapable morass of terror and corruption. And as their ravaged city explodes, they will stand face-to-face -mortal enemies trapped together in the heart of a devastating inferno that threatens to consume them both.

Slow Surrender

by Cecilia Tan

He pushes her sexual boundaries . . . From the moment waitress Karina meets him in a New York bar, she knows James is different. Daring. Dominating. Though he hides his true identity from her, the mysterious, wealthy businessman anticipates her every desire and fulfills her secret fantasies. Awakened by his touch, Karina discovers a wild side she hadn't known existed and nothing is off limits. She aches for more . . . What begins as an erotic game soon escalates to a power play that blurs the line between pleasure and pain. Even as she capitulates to James's sensual demands, Karina craves more. She wants his heart, his soul. She wants his love . . . and she'll break all the rules to get it.

Slow Talkin' Texan

by Mary Lynn Baxter

MAN of the MonthMR. NOVEMBERThe Problem: Sexy single dad Porter Wyman was a Texan born and bred, but this tycoon's fortune was no help in his current predicament. If he didn't get some assistance with baby Matthew soon, he was going to run for the hills.The Solution: Ellen Sexton. She was silk to his denim. Lace to his leather. And whether she knew it or not, she was the perfect woman to cuddle little Mathew-not to mention his dad!Next Steps: Convince this independent filly that settling down to a ready-made family was the trail to a tried-and-true happily-ever-after.Man of the Month: This Texas tycoon was used to getting what he wanted, and what he wanted now...was Ellen!

Slowdown at Sears Point

by Ken Stuckey

Boys 9-14 love fast-paced excitement, whether watching it or reading about it, and NASCAR racing provides pure action. With inside-the-pit detail, Ken Stuckey gives a realistic view of the enormously popular sport of NASCAR, with its death-defying speeds, precisely modified stock cars, fierce competition, and avid fans. In Slowdown at Sears Point, Orly Mann and his veteran crew face tough competition at the circuit's most difficult road race. When Doug Prescott, a junior member of Orly's team, meets die-hard racing fan Paolo Pellegrini, their mutual love of racing forges a friendship that goes beyond their racial differences. Together Doug and Paolo have the most exciting summer of their lives as they solve a mystery and cheer Orly on in the race of his life. Doubt at Daytona rejoins Doug and Paolo at NASCAR's most prestigious race, the Daytona 500. Orly's crew, which now includes Paolo, must be at their fastest for the fiercely competitive qualifying race. Their encounters with fifteen-year-old Juan-Jesus add a volatile element to the tensest contest the team has ever faced.

Slowing Down to the Speed of Life

by Richard Carlson Joseph Bailey

Feel like you're always rushing but never catching up?Are you doing more, but enjoying it less? The frantic pace and pressure of modern life can take a serious toll on your happiness and your health'but there is one way to step off the treadmill without giving up your career or your activities. The answer lies not in sacrificing your work productivity or your lifestyle but rather in changing your attitudes. By using simple exercises to slow down your mind and focus on the present moment, you can actually achieve greater productivity and creativity-all while maintaining a calmer, healthier state of mind. Slowing Down to the Speed of Life helps you: Slow down your life without downsizing your lifestyle Enjoy the increased creativity and productivity that flow from inner calm Free yourself from the stressful influence of other peoples' habits, attitudes, behaviors, and moods Attain a sense of satisfaction with your life'and be happy!

Slowly Slowly Slowly Said the Sloth

by Eric Carle

Slowly, slowly, slowly . . . that's how the sloth lives. He hangs upside-down from the branch of a tree, night and day, in the sun and in the rain, while the other animals of the rain forest rush past him. "Why are you so slow? Why are you so quiet? Why are you so lazy?" the others ask the sloth. And, after a long, long, long time, the sloth finally tells them! Set in the lush world of the tropical rain forest, this original picture book is an exquisite showcase of Eric Carle's colorful collage art-with a meaningful message: Slow down! Take time to enjoy your world.


by Milan Kundera Linda Asher

"After the gravity of The Unbearable Lightness of Being and Immortality, Slowness comes as a surprise: it is certainly Kundera's lightest novel, a divertimento, an opera buffa, with, as the author himself says, "not a single serious word in it"; then, too, it is the first of his novels to have been written in French (in the eyes of the French public, turning him definitively into a "French writer")." "Disconcerted and enchanted, the reader follows the narrator of Slowness through a midsummer's night in which two tales of seduction, separated by more than two hundred years, interweave and oscillate between the sublime and the comic. In the eighteenth-century narrative, the marvelous Madame de T. summons a young nobleman to her chateau one evening and gives him an unforgettable lesson in the art of seduction and the pleasures of love." "In the same chateau at the end of the twentieth century, a hapless young intellectual experiences a rather less successful night. Distracted by his desire to be the center of public attention at a convention of entomologists, Vincent loses the beautiful Julie - ready and willing though she is to share an evening of intimacy and sexual pleasure with him - and suffers the ridicule of his peers." "A "morning-after" encounter between the two young men from different centuries brings the novel to a poignant close: Vincent has already obliterated the memory of his humiliation as he prepares to speed back to Paris on his motorcycle, while the young nobleman will lie back on the cushions of his carriage and relive the night before in the lingering pleasure of memory."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Slug Bread and Beheaded Thistles: Amusing and Useful Techniques for Nontoxic Housekeeping and Gardening

by Ellen Sandbeck

Off with their heads! Many homemakers and gardeners take the easy way out when it comes to exiling odors and banishing bugs--they use toxic chemicals that may be harmful to their families and the earth. Ellen Sandbeck has discovered that the all-natural alternatives are just as easy and effective to use, and that they are wickedly fun. Sandbeck's way of banishing thistles from her backyard kingdom is a case in point: she chops off their heads and lets them bleed to death. Slug Bread & Beheaded Thistlesreveals all of her best tricks. From bedroom to bathroom, garden to lawn, your home will be clean and green and pest-free. Explode cockroaches with baking soda and sugar Freshen your car with coffee grounds Keep out slugs with a bread dough that kills Armor your plants with soap spray Grow disease-resistant plants by putting sick ones in your compost pile Eradicate crayon marks with mayonnaise Protect your roses with a minefield of garlic Get rid of raccoons with dirty laundry Cure plant viruses with spoiled milk

Slumber Party

by Christopher Pike

It was a perfect weekend ... for murder. Lara thought the ski trip would be a blast. The old gang was getting together for the first time in years. But then there's a very unexpected visitor...

Slumber Party!

by Judith Caseley

This delightful book includes picture descriptions.

Slumdog Millionaire

by Vikas Swarup

Vikas Swarup's spectacular debut novel opens in a jail cell in Mumbai, India, where Ram Mohammad Thomas is being held after correctly answering all twelve questions on India's biggest quiz show, Who Will Win a Billion? It is hard to believe that a poor orphan who has never read a newspaper or gone to school could win such a contest. But through a series of exhilarating tales Ram explains to his lawyer how episodes in his life gave him the answer to each question. Ram takes us on an amazing review of his own history -- from the day he was found as a baby in the clothes donation box of a Delhi church to his employment by a faded Bollywood star to his adventure with a security-crazed Australian army colonel to his career as an overly creative tour guide at the Taj Mahal. Swarup's story is a beguiling blend of high comedy, drama, and romance that reveals how we know what we know -- not just about trivia, but about life itself. Cutting across humanity in all its squalor and glory, Vikas Swarup presents a kaleidoscopic vision of the struggle between good and evil -- and what happens when one boy has no other choice in life but to survive.

The Sly One

by Lockhart Amerman

A ring at the door, a swift karate chop, and once again Jonathan Flowers and his father are off on a sleuthing exploit!

Small Acts of Amazing Courage

by Gloria Whelan

It is India, 1918, six months after the end of World War I, and Rosalind awaits the return of her father from the war. Rosalind is kept from boarding school in England at her mother's insistence. While her father has been at war, Rosalind sees the country slowly change. A man named Ghandi is coming to power, talking about nonviolence and independence from Britain. Rosalind longs to live the life that her heart tells her, not what her parents prescribe for her, but no one seems to listen. This penetrating story, told with lush and vivid detail, contrasts Rosalind's privilege and daily experiences in India with the hardship of the people around her. As she comes of age during this volatile period of history, will she find the courage to claim her own identity and become her own person?

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