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The Comanche Girl's Prayer: Texas Women of Spirit Book 2 (Volume 2)


The Comanche Girl’s Prayer: Texas Women of Spirit Book 2 (Volume 2)


$7.77


A clean, Christian read with a romantic element. It’s 1890. Called by God, nineteen-year-old Soonie Eckhart travels to an illegal Comanche and Kiowa settlement in North Texas to become a teacher for the children in hiding. Despite her Comanche roots, she finds many in the group, including a volatile young man named Lone Warrior, refuse to accept her. After a chance encounter in the hills with a ba…

The Woman on the Orient Express


The Woman on the Orient Express


$7.48


Hoping to make a clean break from a fractured marriage, Agatha Christie boards the Orient Express in disguise. But unlike her famous detective Hercule Poirot, she can’t neatly unravel the mysteries she encounters on this fateful journey.Agatha isn’t the only passenger on board with secrets. Her cabinmate Katharine Keeling’s first marriage ended in tragedy, propelling her toward a second rela…

Springtime at the Grand Hotel (White Pine Island Stories Book 2)


Springtime at the Grand Hotel (White Pine Island Stories Book 2)



Everyone deserves a second chance…Adam Bradstreet loves fighting fires for a big city department until a building collapse leaves him injured and feeling guilty for his partner’s death. With a five-year-old son in tow, he arrives on White Pine Island for a temporary position on the island department. He plans to recover physically and emotionally while spending time with his son. The last thin…


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JANE AUSTEN NOVELS Sculpted Clay Mini Book Ornaments by Book Beads (Collector’s First Editions) Christmas Gifts Decorations for Book lovers


$60.00


Book ornaments for your Christmas tree? Why not? Show off your great taste in literature with this set of classics from Jane Austen! Rendered in clay, painted, burnished, fired and glazed, these book ornaments serve as a timeless memento and are a whimsical addition to your tree. HANDMADE IN THE USA: when you invest in Book Beads, you start a collection with an artist who is a product of generatio…







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Christmas Mini Book Ornaments from Polymer Clay by Book Beads featuring A Christmas Carol and The Night Before Christmas (CHOOSE YOUR TITLE) Novelty Christmas Decorations


$28.00


Books for your Christmas tree? Why not? Show off your great taste in literature with this duo of Christmas classics! A Christmas Carol was first published in 1843 as a novella by Charles Dickens. It was met with instant success and has never been out of print. Our version features original hand colored etchings from the first edition by John Leech. It is paired for this set with a rare and unusual…



















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1916


1916


$9.99


At age fifteen, Ned Halloran lost both of his parents-and almost his own life-when the Titanic sank. Determined to keep what little he has, he returns to his homeland of Ireland and enrolls at Saint Edna’s school in Dublin. Saint Edna’s headmaster is the renowned scholar and poet, Patrick Pearse-who is soon to gain greater fame as a rebel and patriot. Ned becomes deeply involved with the growing revolution. and the sacrifices it will demand. Through Ned’s eyes, Morgan Llywelyn’s 1916 examines the Irish fight for freedom-inspired by poets and schoolteachers, fueled by a desperate desire for independence, and played out in the historic streets of Dublin against the background of World War I. It is a story of the brave men and heroic women who, for a few unforgettable days, managed to hold out against the might of the British Empire. The Irish Century Novels1916: A Novel of the Irish Rebellion1921: The Great Novel of the Irish Civil War1949: A Novel of the Irish Free State1972: A Novel of Ireland’s Unfinished Revolution1999: A Novel of the Celtic Tiger and the Search for PeaceAt the Publisher’s request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

1947


1947


$4.99


This short novel deals with the colossal tragedy which befell Punjab when Independence came to India in 1947. The communal instinct of leaders led to the dismemberment of Punjab. In the inter-communal violence which broke out, one million human beings were slaughtered, hundreds of thousands of women were abducted and raped, properties worth billions of rupees were looted and twenty million people were torn from their roots and violently pushed across the new border into India or Pakistan. In the words of writer Nirad C. Chaudhuri, the Partition “was the greatest injury inflicted on the Indian people in two thousand years”. However, in the midst of this murderous frenzy there were many in whose hearts kindness welled up for the hapless victims. Finally, the book drives home the truth that love is a great blessing in misfortune which unites the sufferers in a soothing embrace. ’1947′ depicts a realistic picture of the politician- made calamity, which has been largely obfuscated. All the incidents described in the story have actually happened. The book also gives a peep into the life and psyche of a community that has, throughout its existence, faced endless ordeals with courage and strength which flow from its religious faith.

2017


2017


$15.55


Winner of the Russian Booker Prize, a sensational novel of Russia set exactly 100 years after the revolution In the year 2017 in Russia-exactly 100 years after the revolution-poets and writers are obsolete, class distinctions are painfully sharp, and spirits intervene in the lives of humans from their home high in the mythical Riphean Mountains. Professor Anfilogov, a wealthy and emotionless man, sets out on an expedition to unearth priceless rubies that no one else has been able to locate. Young Krylov, a talented gem cutter who Anfilogov had taken under his wing, is seeing off his mentor at the train station when he is drawn to a mysterious stranger who calls herself Tanya. A scandalous affair ensues, but trouble arises in the shape of Krylov’s ex-wife Tamara and a spy who appears at the lovers’ every rendezvous. As events unfold, Krylov begins to learn more than he bargained for about the women in his life and realizes why he recognizes the spy from somewhere deep within his past. Meanwhile, Anfilogov’s expedition reveals ugly truths about man’s disregard for nature and the disasters stemming from insatiable greed. Olga Slavnikova stuns with this engaging and remarkable tale of love, obsession, murder, and the lengths people will go to get what they want.

3


3


$9.99


With three Peter Neill novels in one binding, this omnibus provides literary experimentation, creative narrative, and imaginative prose from the second half of the 20th century. A Time Piece addresses three moments in time and four levels of consciousness, revolving character and gender, and the interrelationship of superstition, religion, and science as the basis for the evolution of idea and belief. Mock Turtle Soup follows the voyage of two turtles from Ark to Death, the autobiographical passage of a young journalist from real to ideal, and his resolve to liberate himself and all women from the prisons of inhibition, social conformity, and the law. Acoma is a dystopian comedy set in a utopian future of “perfect health” that interleaves the self-consuming reveries of an anonymous narrator and the destructive antics of a revolutionary snake with the reality and aspiration of a native matriarch and her climb to freedom. The novels play with the interaction between linear and nonlinear structure, internal and external voice, literal and fantastical description, and word play.

Abbeychurch


Abbeychurch


$3.99


Charlotte Mary Yonge (11 August 1823 – 24 May 1901) was an English novelist known for her huge output, now mostly out of print. The story was written when the author was in his twenties and is today considered the first novel by Charlotte Mary Yonge. In the book the writer is important theological issues related to the schism of the Church of England which produced struggles similar to those egoiche and typical adolescent pulses. An example of nineteenth century fiction compelling and sophisticated women.

Abra


Abra


$12.99


From the author of the Scotiabank Giller Prize finalist ‘Luck’ and the Man Booker Prize nominated ‘Critical Injuries’. In this Books in Canada First Novel Award-winning novel, Joan Barfoot examines the life of a woman named Abra. From her middle-class childhood in the 1950s throughout high school graduation, marriage to her high school sweetheart, Stephen, the birth of a daughter and a son, and perfect suburban life in the 1960s and 70s, Abra has not felt herself. One morning, reading the newspaper, she sees an advertisement for a country property. The next day, the same ad is in the paper again. After sending her children, Katie and Elliott, off to school, she contacts the seller of the property and arranges to buy it – without her husband’s knowledge. Within a week, she plans her escape from a life in which she has experienced neither contentment nor discontent. For the next fifteen years, she lives in a simple stone cottage with no mirrors or clocks, growing vegetables in the summer, harvesting and freezing them in the fall, surviving on them through the winter and spring. Finding a new rhythm for her life, based on the weather and the seasons, Abra grows into the peace of mind and heart she never felt, until the day her abandoned daughter finds her and asks for an explanation. Why did a loving mother and wife just get up and leave the very life so many young women had been told they desired?

Adam


Adam


$9.99


When Adam Freedman – a skinny, awkward, inexperienced teenager from Piedmont, California – goes to stay with his older sister Casey in New York City, he is hopeful that his life is about to change. And it sure does. It is the summer of 2006. Gay marriage and transgender rights are in the air, and Casey has thrust herself into a wild lesbian subculture. Soon Adam is tagging along to underground clubs, where there are hot older women everywhere he turns. It takes some time for him to realize that many in this new crowd assume he is trans-a boy who was born a girl. Why else would this baby-faced guy always be around? Then Adam meets Gillian, the girl of his dreams – but she couldn’t possibly be interested in him. Unless passing as a trans guy might actually work in his favor. Ariel Schrag’s scathingly funny and poignant debut novel puts a fresh spin on questions of love, attraction, self-definition, and what it takes to be at home in your own skin.

Addresses


Addresses


$1.99


New wife and mother Julie is a woman struggling to find her place. Her dilemmas while modest feel harsh and reflect the ways in which women were once denied control over their own bodies. Her first steps toward independence bring great painand not only to herself. With sparing incisive prose Cynthia Flood unravels what it meant to be a married woman in post-war era Vancouver creating an evocative and even unsettling experience for the reader. “With a precision of language that startles and delights, Cynthia Flood offers glimpses of those moments in which the essence of an entire life is revealed.” – Nancy Richler, author of The Imposter Bride “What a great story! Told in terse, restrained sentences, yet opening to a lush and radiant heart, Addresses captures the anguish of a marriage gone off the rails, and the moments of redemption that arrive from unexpected places. Flood’s use of language is uniquely her own-staccato, clean as a knife, and brilliant. Cynthia Flood has done it again.” – Shaena Lambert, author of Oh My Darling “Addresses-the abruptness of the title tells so much about this exquisitely drawn story by Cynthia Flood. ‘Tell the truth but tell it slant,’ Emily Dickinson advised, and that’s always been the approach Flood has preferred for her bone-china fictions, edging into them sideways. Once escorted into the story’s arrhythmic heart, we readers have no choice but to immerse ourselves in a world long gone but still very much with us, to emerge both shaken and stirred.” – Dave Margoshes, author of A Book of Great Worth

Adore


Adore


$7.74


Two friends, two sons, two shocking and intense love affairs. Roz and Lil have been best friends since childhood. But their bond stretches beyond familiar bounds when these middle-aged mothers fall in love with each other’s teenage sons-taboo-shattering passions that last for years, until the women end them, vowing to have a respectable old age. With Adore, Doris Lessing, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, once again proves her unrivaled ability to capture the truth of the human condition.

Advance


Advance


$9.99


Admiral Dael Caydoc heads up the Advance Fleet to find a new homeworld for the Oconodian people. Joined by Commander Aniwyn “Spinner” Seclan, larger-than-life, reckless, and not Dael’s first choice as CAG, Commander of the Air Group, she has to admit Spinner is a brilliant pilot. Spinner finds Admiral Caydoc an uncompromising, rigid, pain of an officer in the Oconodian Space Fleet. Dael is also the most stunning woman Spinner’s ever met. When the two women clash immediately, it only confirms her suspicion it’s going to be hell to work with a woman who both exasperates and attracts her. While running into countless dangerous situations, Dael and Spinner realize they have more in common than they thought. It takes brave words of love for them to persevere when disaster strikes, and it’s up to Dael and Spinner to save the future for the people of Oconodos-and each other.

Aerogrammes


Aerogrammes


$4.99


A bravura collection of short stories set in locales as varied as London, Sierra Leone, and the American Midwest that captures the yearning and dislocation of young men and women around the world. With exuberance and compassion, Tania James once again draws us into the lives of damaged, driven, and beautifully complicated characters who quietly strive for human connection.

Aftertaste


Aftertaste


$9.99


Mira Rinaldi lives life at a rolling boil. Co-owner of Grappa, a chic New York City trattoria, she has an enviable apartment, a brand-new baby, and a frenzied schedule befitting her success. Everything changes the night she catches her husband, Jake, “wielding his whisk” with Grappa’s new Mâitress d’. Mira’s fiery response earns her a court-ordered stint in anger management and the beginning of legal and personal predicaments as she battles to save her restaurant and pick up the pieces of her life. Mira falls back on family and friends in Pittsburgh as she struggles to find a recipe for happiness. But the heat is really on when some surprising developments in New York present her with a high stakes opportunity to win back what she thought she had lost forever. For Mira, cooking isn’t just about delicious flavors and textures, but about the pleasure found in filling others’ needs. And the time has come to decide where her own fulfillment lies-even if the answers are unexpected. Keenly observed and deeply satisfying, Aftertaste is a novel about rebuilding and rediscovery, about food passionately prepared and unapologetically savored, and about the singular contentment that comes with living-and loving-with gusto. “A delicious debut.” -Jamie Cat Callan, author of French Women Don’t Sleep AloneMeredith Mileti lives in Pittsburgh with her husband and their three, mostly grown children. She is a graduate of Hamilton College and the University of Pittsburgh where she earned a Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology, and subsequently served on the faculty. Since taking her first home economics course in junior high, Meredith has loved to cook. An adventurous and eclectic diner, she appreciates any well-cooked meal, whether from a lobster shack in Bar Harbor, Maine, a friggitorie in Naples, a Michelin-starred restaurant in Paris or a Deluxe Double Egg & Cheese at Primanti’s in Pittsburgh. Aftertaste is her first novel.

Alamut


Alamut


$11.99


Alamut takes place in 11th Century Persia, in the fortress of Alamut, where self-proclaimed prophet Hasan ibn Sabbah is setting up his mad but brilliant plan to rule the region with a handful of elite fighters who are to become his “living daggers.” By creating a virtual paradise at Alamut, filled with beautiful women, lush gardens, wine and hashish, Sabbah is able to convince his young fighters that they can reach paradise if they follow his commands. With parallels to Osama bin Laden, Alamut tells the story of how Sabbah was able to instill fear into the ruling class by creating a small army of devotees who were willing to kill, and be killed, in order to achieve paradise. Believing in the supreme Ismaili motto “Nothing is true, everything is permitted,” Sabbah wanted to “experiment” with how far he could manipulate religious devotion for his own political gain through appealing to what he called the stupidity and gullibility of people and their passion for pleasure and selfish desires. The novel focuses on Sabbah as he unveils his plan to his inner circle, and on two of his young followers – the beautiful slave girl Halima, who has come to Alamut to join Sabbah’s paradise on earth, and young ibn Tahir, Sabbah’s most gifted fighter. As both Halima and ibn Tahir become disillusioned with Sabbah’s vision, their lives take unexpected turns. Alamut was originally written in 1938 as an allegory to Mussolini’s fascist state. In the 1960′s it became a cult favorite throughout Tito’s Yugoslavia, and in the 1990s, during the Balkan’s War, it was read as an allegory of the region’s strife and became a bestseller in Germany, France and Spain. Following the attacks of September 11, 2001, the book once again took on a new life, selling more than 20,000 copies in a new Slovenian edition, and being translated around the world in more than 19 languages. This edition, translated by Michael Biggins, in the first-ever English translation.

Alien


Alien


$9.99


AlienCoto’s Captive by Laurann DohnerBook five in the Zorn Warriors series. Lynn is tracking a dangerous, wounded animal, which turns out to be a big, sexy alien instead. And he’s the hottest guy she’s ever met. Coto’s trip to Earth takes a dangerous turn. He is attacked and injured. The only high point is the courageous woman who tends his wounds. Coto desires her and he will never let her go. Bridal Bonds by Leora GonzalesSequel to Bridal PactAndi signed up for the Bridal Pact, but what with having to dissolve her possibly sabotaged mismatch and being kidnapped by extremists determined to wreck the Earth-Phaeton warrior alliance, her space adventure sucks big-time. But before she can catch the next shuttle back to Earth, she’s claimed by two new suitors, the dominant Rodin and the happy-to-try-it Tamin. The doctors come as a pair, one warrior providing the discipline she didn’t know she craved and the other lightening her bruised heart. But bonding to not one but two alien warriors? If only Andi dares to try. No Way Out: Kari by Jaid BlackStory 11 in the series Trek Mi Q’an. Can be read as a stand-alone, but we recommend you read the stories in sequence for maximum enjoyment. Whisked from Earth to the matriarchal planet of Galis by forces unknown, Kara Summers finds refuge in the mountainous crystal fortress of the Gy’at Li sector. Taken in and renamed Kari by the sector’s High Mystik, she spends seventeen years being honed into a formidable warrior. Sent to Crystal City to complete her training, Kari Gy’at Li knows there is one species of male she must avoid at all costs because of their proclivity for stealing women-the warriors of Tryston. When Kari is hunted by an eight-foot-tall muscled warrior, she realizes what she must do-vanquish the predator or become the prey. This is the backstory on Kari and Death; their full story will be told over the course of the next three books. Escape by Tara NinaPaoni Warrior Shia must capture or kill Kal, an escaped Lanius-the worst

Alienor


Alienor


$9.99


Is that, a woman’s voice, I hear?” a trial bishop admonishes a high gallery in Chauvigny. The conscience of a father, the royal Duke of Aquitaine, assaulted by a world steeped in prejudice, violence, and religious hypocrisy, is moved by the stamina and heroism of one girl’s struggle for justice, honor, and love. Her words have just upset an important bishop. The Duke of Aquitaine has discovered the power of his daughter. Through the young eyes of Alienor and her friends, the book explores with rich humor and deep honesty the irrationality of adult medieval attitudes toward faith, knowing, gender, and love. Beginning with high-spirited mischief in the backroads and rivers of post-Roman Aquitaine France, these young explorers move beyond their adventures. With Alienor’s wealth and heart, they realize together they can change the world. And they do – but a medieval world tolerates only so much. The historical fiction ALIENOR opens with eight-year-old Amira spared from a fearful world that adults have created. When she finds a new friend in Spark, a fellow jokester and rockhound, they know they will be friends for life. Soon, Amira finds Spark is more than she presents herself to be. At a special abbey where men and women live in balance, girls and boys are taught alongside one another the medieval skills of invention, counting bells by the sun, poetic song, acrobatic dance, falconing, bird messaging, ‘dictonic’ speech, and thought. Encouraged to have curious minds, the youth become attracted to what authorities will oppose: Alienor’s pursuit of an unusual idea she calls love – not what one commonly understands as love – but hers. By perception and practice of it, she astounds convention. How she comes to terms with its many forces, becomes her code. This code leads her to become one of the most powerful and enigmatic women of the middle ages. On a larger stage, the outer world, drawn to her wealth, sees her lifestyle of fashion, beauty, art, and personal faith as alie

Abraham Allegiant


Abraham Allegiant


$5.97


The Forefather and Patriarch You Thought You Knew. After the Great Flood, the giant king Nimrod builds the Tower of Babel and unites the world in rebellion against the Creator. But God has other plans. He causes the confusion of languages and disperses Nimrod’s kingdom upon the earth. He then chooses a simple nomad Abraham as next in the line of the Seed of Promise. But Nimrod is not dead. He sets out on a course of revenge to find Abraham and kill him in order to thwart God’s plan forever. Abraham is in the land of Canaan, a land that is filled with the Nephilim giants of Genesis 6, and the Watchers rule as gods. And Sodom and Gomorrah is the flashpoint for the Watchers’ next diabolical plan. The Seed of the Serpent vs. the Seed of Promise. The War of the Seed is rising. Part of the Biblical Novel Series Chronicles of the NephilimAbraham Allegiant is the fourth book of the Biblical Fantasy Series Chronicles of the Nephilim, an epic story that begins with Enoch and Noah and tells the Biblical storyline of the Genesis 6 Nephilim giants, hybrid offspring of the fallen angel Watchers mating with human women. Bible History, Biblical Fiction, Action Adventure, RomanceIn Abraham Allegiant, you’ll discover: The true identity of the Mighty Hunter Nimrod from the Bible. The legendary Semiramis, Nimrod’s ravishingly beautiful and cunningly ruthless queen. The fascinating rise and fall of the infamous Tower of Babel from Genesis. The heart stirring romance between Abraham and Sarah. What really happened to Sodom and Gomorrah. Though Abraham Allegiant can be read on its own, the reader will have a much more rich experience reading the book within the Chronicles of the Nephilim Biblical Fiction Series. Everything is connected. Everything. Learn About the Historical and Biblical Research Behind the NovelAuthor Godawa shares the scholarly research that undergirds the fictional action adventure. An appendix explores the Biblical and historical background of the ancient Book of Jasher

Almanacs


Almanacs


$149.95


Almanacs were highly influential on popular opinion during the early modern period. They were the least expensive kinds of books and had a practical use as a calendar, literary miscellany, weather guide and advertising medium. The almanacs in this volume contribute to our understanding of women’s participation in popular culture, astrology, medicine and prophecy. Sarah Jinner’s almanacs for the years 1658, 1659 and 1664, and Mary Holden’s almanacs for 1688 and 1689 show a conscious effort to distance themselves from other female religious prophets of the period by relying on the status of astrology as a rational science. The other works in the volume are all attributed to writers who were probably pseudonymous. Dorothy Partridge’s The Woman’s Almanack for the Year 1694 includes several short articles on chiromancy. The Prophesie of Mother Shipton concerns the prediction of the deaths of Cardinal Wolsey and Thomas Cromwell. The final works in the volume comprise two texts by Shinkin ap Shone which satirize the Welsh people and language, and The Woman’s Alamanack by Sarah Ginnor which uses sexual humour to parody the medical advice offered in Jinner’s almanacs.

Amigas


Amigas


$10


2009: in Argentina, a woman prepares to travel to Italy for a funeral. In New Zealand, two friends discuss art, loss, and how to accept life as it plays out. 1969: a girl from New Zealand and another from Argentina are stranded in the airport in Rome. A friendship is forged and they exchange letters for a decade, until events take a sinister turn during Argentina’s ‘dirty war’. 2009: again in the airport in Rome, cancelled flights throw together two women whose lives have intersected in unexpected ways. The hidden threads of these friendships are drawn deftly together. Amigas is a story of female friendships, how they are forged, how they endure across time and geography, how they stimulate and sustain. “The prose is cogent, clear and often shot through with silken lyricism. There is resonant, evocative work here that leaves a long emotional contrail in the reader.” Emma Neale When Elena Bossi and Penelope Todd met in Iowa 2007, their default language was laughter. Penelope’s Spanish was paltry; Elena’s English was picturesque. Nevertheless, on parting, to sustain their friendship, they agreed to write a novel together in alternate chapters (and letters), each in her own country and language. In 2009, they met in Argentina to polish the translations of their story. Amigas presents both English and Spanish versions in one edition.

Amoremiobello


Amoremiobello


$1.99


When her two traveling companions cancel their plans to visit India, Sofia Nejinskaya, a Russian American designer in her forties, still makes the trip from her home in Miami. When Sofia meets the handsome Italian Alessandro Salvucci-an opportunistic Italian journalist and successful businessman with a time-tested set of tools for seduction-at the resort’s yoga class, he seems in tune with her “perfect match” list for the ideal man. Despite their differing geographical locations, they begin a committed relationship, exchanging numerous e-mails and text messages and visiting one another regularly. But Alessandro’s roving Italian eyes, thoughtlessness, and insecurities threaten their love. The relationship is also rocked by their spiritual differences: she is Christian, and he belongs to the Cult of White Brotherhood. Nevertheless, surprised by all the mystical coincidences that show they have much in common, Sofia believes in their love and life together, hoping to overcome Alessandro’s spiritual delusions and fallacies about relationships with women. But their marriage is not yet the “happily ever after” ending she imagined. www. amoremiobello.com. “Betta Stone demonstrates in her book Amoremiobello that when it comes to love-and fiction-actions speak louder than beautiful Italian words. Amoremiobello, a password to the e-mail, means “my amazing love,” and Stone stays true to Alessandro’s character, incorporating Italian into the story and including Italian-to-English translations as footnotes.” -Blueink Review “The novel is a suggestion of the karmic wheel on which vital questions of trust and fidelity revolve.” -Kirkus Review

Amphitrite


Amphitrite


$0.99


Dockside in Woolwich, England on August 24th 1833. A terrified group of women, some pregnant, and their children are crammed into the hull of the prison ship, the Amphitrite. Their destination is Australia for a future life of hardship and endless toil. They were destined to never make it. History tells us no one made it out alive. In this historical fiction, the author may have found another story altogether.
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