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The Secret Lives Of Men

Author : Georgia Blain
ISBN : 145967037X
Genre : Interpersonal relations
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In these thirteen short stories, Georgia Blain examines human nature in all its richness: our motivations, our desires and our shortcomings. The men in these tales frequently linger at the edges -- their longings and failures exerting a subterranean pull on the women in their lives.

The Secret Lives Of Men And Women

Author : Frank Warren
ISBN : 140914643X
Genre : Postcards
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The third instalment in the PostSecret phenomenon, this time focusing on the compelling secrets of men and women everywhere. Postsecret.com founder Frank Warren is back with an irresistible addition to his hugely popular PostSecret series. For THE SECRET LIVES OF MEN AND WOMEN, Warren has selected a never-before-seen collection of postcards bearing the explosive confessions and captivating revelations of men and women everywhere. Created using photographs, collages, illustrations and more, the handmade cards offer a compelling dialogue on some of today's most provocative topics from marriage and infidelity, to parenting, office politics, repressed fantasies, and even abortion; daring us to consider how well we really know our friends, family, even ourselves.

The Secret Life Of Men

Author : Steve Biddulph
ISBN : 1569244812
Genre : Psychology
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Therapist Biddulph combines the best ideas from his professional work with men's groups and his own personal experience to offer men of all ages a practical guide to transforming their lives. He tackles the key areas of a man's life and opens new pathways to the future.

The Secret Lives Of Men

Author : Chris Blazina
ISBN : 9780757306600
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Licensed psychologist and university professor Christopher Blazina, Ph.D., offers an exploration, explanation, and clarification into the hidden realm of the male psyche.

Gigolos

Author : Dane Taylor
ISBN : 9781483572475
Genre : Social Science
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After 22 years since its initial publication, Dane Taylor has rereleased this iconic book which garnered major media attention in 1994-95. GIGOLOS, albeit spawning many other books on the same subject and being the inspiration for Showtime Network's reality show of the same title, remains the original and most complete work on the world's second oldest profession. With Antonia Newton-West providing the woman's point of view, interviews with real-life Gigolos offer an in-depth and amazing insight into the lives of men supported by women of means, who for varied reasons elect to do so.

The Secret Lives Of Codebreakers

Author : Sinclair McKay
ISBN : 0452298717
Genre : History
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Describes the vastly different types of people working alongside each other at Britain's Government Code and Cypher School and how they passed their time at this extraordinary facility when they weren't working on projects vital to saving the world. Original. 40,000 first printing.

Secret Life Of Men

Author : Monique Newman
ISBN : 9781465381804
Genre : Fiction
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Men Exposed! Secrets Revealed! Delve into the Secret lives of men. Take this sizzling Fast moving sexy ride with an unsuspecting young woman who is our guide into a world of risk and reward. Learn the secrets he doesnt want you to know and some he wishes you knew. Learn the secrets to seducing, keeping and satisfying him. Be seduced by the secret life of men!

The Secret Life Of Bletchley Park

Author : Sinclair McKay
ISBN : 9781845136833
Genre : History
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Bletchley Park was where one of the war’ s most famous – and crucial – achievements was made: the cracking of Germany’ s “ Enigma” code in which its most important military communications were couched. This country house in the Buckinghamshire countryside was home to Britain’ s most brilliant mathematical brains, like Alan Turing, and the scene of immense advances in technology – indeed, the birth of modern computing. The military codes deciphered there were instrumental in turning both the Battle of the Atlantic and the war in North Africa. But, though plenty has been written about the boffins, and the codebreaking, fictional and non-fiction – from Robert Harris and Ian McEwan to Andrew Hodges’ biography of Turing – what of the thousands of men and women who lived and worked there during the war? What was life like for them – an odd, secret territory between the civilian and the military? Sinclair McKay’ s book is the first history for the general reader of life at Bletchley Park, and an amazing compendium of memories from people now in their eighties – of skating on the frozen lake in the grounds (a depressed Angus Wilson, the novelist, once threw himself in) – of a youthful Roy Jenkins, useless at codebreaking, of the high jinks at nearby accommodation hostels – and of the implacable secrecy that meant girlfriend and boyfriend working in adjacent huts knew nothing about each other’ s work.

The Secret Lives Of Wives

Author : Iris Krasnow
ISBN : 9781101544525
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A bestselling, groundbreaking author investigates successful long term marriages, interviewing wives and their uncensored strategies for staying married. America's high divorce rate is well known. But little attention has been paid to the flip side: couples who creatively (sometimes clandestinely) manage to build marriages that are lasting longer than we ever thought possible. What's the secret? To find out, bestselling journalist Iris Krasnow interviewed more than 200 wives whose marriages have survived for 15 to 70 years. They are a diverse cast, yet they share one common and significant trait: They have made bold, sometimes secretive and shocking choices on how to keep their marital vows, "till death do us part," as Krasnow says, "without killing someone first." In raw, candid, titillating stories, Krasnow's cast of wise women give voice to the truth about marriage and the importance of maintaining a strong sense of self apart from the relationship. Some spend summers separately from their partners. Some make time for wine with the girls. One septuagenarian has a recurring date with an old flame from high school. In every case, the marriage operates on many tracks, giving both spouses license to pursue the question "Who am I apart from my marriage?" Krasnow's goal is to give women permission to create their own marriages at any age. Marital bliss is possible, she says, if each partner is blissful apart from the other. A fascinating window on the many faces of modern relationships, The Secret Lives of Wives brims with inspiring and daring examples of women who have it both ways: a committed marriage and personal adventures in uncharted territory. For anyone who wants to stay married and stay sane, this is the book to read!

The Secret Lives Of Dresses

Author : Erin McKean
ISBN : 9780446575157
Genre : Fiction
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Dora has always taken the path of least resistance. She went to the college that offered her a scholarship, is majoring in "vagueness studies," and wears whatever shows the least dirt. She falls into a job at the college coffee shop, and a crush on her flirty boss, Gary. Just when she's about to test Gary's feelings, Mimi, the grandmother who raised her, suffers a stroke. Dora rushes back home to Forsyth, NC, and finds herself running her grandmother's vintage clothing store. The store has always been a fixture in Dora's life; though she grew up more of a jeans-and-sweatshirt kind of girl, before she even knew how to write, Mimi taught her that a vintage 1920s dress could lift a woman's spirit. While working there, Dora befriends Mimi's adorable contractor, Conrad. Is he after Dora, or is working from a different blueprint? And why did Mimi start writing down--and giving away--stories of the dresses in her shop? When Mimi dies, Dora can't get out of town fast enough and cedes control of the store to her money-hungry aunt who wants to turn it into a t-shirt shop for tourists. But ultimately, she returns to Forsyth, willing to battle whatever may stand in the way of her staying there. Dora can trade her boring clothes for vintage glamour, but can she trade her boring life for one she actually wants?

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