Looking For Trouble

Author: Trice Hickman

Publisher: Kensington Books

ISBN: 0758287259

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 9104

"Trice Hickman is an amazing writer and storyteller!" --Kimberla Lawson Roby Some dreams will test your head and your heart. . . John Small may be a successful Wall Street banker, but at heart he's a country boy from the sleepy town of Nedine, South Carolina. John wants to open Nedine's first black-owned bank. But big dreams can bring big problems—and John's snooty New York City girlfriend is just the beginning. John is about to learn some hard truths about money, power, love, and loyalty. And when his future, and his family's legacy, is in danger, help will come from where he least expects it. . . Alexandria Thornton is a hard-working corporate attorney by day, but she's passionately pursuing her dream as a spoken word artist by night. Frustrated with her career and her lackluster love life, Alexandria's ready to throw in the towel on both—that is, until a man from her past reenters her life and changes everything. But her newfound happiness is short-lived when old lovers, lingering secrets, and hidden desires threaten to end it all. . . Praise for Trice Hickman "Hickman hits all the high notes in this charming modern romance where love and loyalty trump race." –Publishers Weekly (starred review) on Unexpected Interruptions "Unforgettable characters and a page-turning storyline." –Lutishia Lovely on Playing the Hand You're Dealt

Looking for Trouble

Author: Meow

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1462039014

Category: Fiction

Page: 88

View: 1019

Come along with me. I’m Meow, the Louisiana catfish swimming down the Mississippi River exciting my readers with a bit of wit, humor and intrigue. We swim right into the hell of insanity with all its raging madness in “The Scent of Lilac.” “Escape” takes my readers down the Mississippi in the middle of a monster river gone mad. We swim farther along and come upon the preacher’s son searching for “Truth, Honesty and Justice.” “Arthur” takes us into a dark room where murder comes with a bit of humor. Swimming against the current, my readers ride along with me to meet “Selina and the Old Man,” who lived forty years under the earth. For my readers who like a little humor and intrigue, I’ve got the dead returning for revenge in “Uncle Willie, USA.” Meow... Is city life best for a young country boy coming of age? We find out in “Because It Is Law Doesn’t Make It Right.” Meow’s looking for trouble... Let’s go find some...

Looking for Trouble

Adventures in a Broken World

Author: Ralph Peters

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 0811706893

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 339

View: 1771

Peters--career soldier, controversial strategist, prize-winning, bestselling novelist, erstwhile rock musician, popular columnist, and old-fashioned adventurer--recounts the personal experiences that have shaped his views of the world.

Looking for Trouble

Author: Victoria Dahl

Publisher: HQN Books

ISBN: 1488032785

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

View: 5475

A fan-favorite romance from USA TODAY bestselling author Victoria Dahl A good reason to be bad… Librarian Sophie Heyer has walked the straight and narrow her entire life to make up for her mother's mistakes. But in tiny Jackson Hole, Wyoming, juicy gossip doesn't just fade away. Falling hard for the sexiest biker who's ever ridden into town would undo everything she's worked for. And to add insult to injury, the alluring stranger is none other than Alex Bishop—the son of the man Sophie's mother abandoned her family for. He may be temptation on wheels, but Sophie's not looking for trouble! Maybe Sophie's buttoned-up facade fools some, but Alex knows a naughty smile when he sees one. Despite their parents' checkered pasts, he's willing to take some risks to find out the truth about the town librarian. He figures a little fling might be just the ticket to get his mind off his own family drama. But what he finds underneath Sophie's prim demeanor might change his world in ways he never expected. Originally published in 2014

Looking for Trouble

Recognizing and Meeting Threats in Chess

Author: Dan Heisman

Publisher: SCB Distributors

ISBN: 1888690771

Category: Games & Activities

Page: 147

View: 9077

This book is written to address an underemphasized area of chess training and study, the identification of and reaction to--threats. For beginner and intermediate-level players, the study of tactics is paramount. Almost all tactics books take the approach of providing a position where there is a forced win, checkmate or draw. However, Looking for Trouble takes a different tack. This book helps players to recognize threats by providing over 200 problems in which players can focus on identifying and meeting threats ranging from extremely easy to fiendishly difficult. The identification of difficult threats ie how to meet them iediscussed in a manner that accommodates players of all levels.

Looking for Trouble

Author: Virginia Cowles

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 0571280870

Category: History

Page: 480

View: 4965

First published in June 1941, the original hardback blurb is worth quoting. 'Miss Virginia Cowles has modestly entitled this account of four years as a roving journalist ''Looking for Trouble''. Never was a search more amply rewarded. She has found trouble in Spain - behind the barricades in Madrid, and among the polyglot armies of General Franco. She has found in Russia, in Germany, in Czecho-Slovakia at the time of Munich, in Roumania during the Polish war, in Finland throughout the Finnish war, In Italy during the ''lull'', in Paris a few hours before the Germans moved in, in London during the ''blitz''. Whether this is a world's record in successful trouble-hunting her publishers do not presume to say.' The question must still be left unanswered but it is unlikely that any other journalist in the five crucial years from 1935 to 1940 was so often in the right place at the right time. Anne Sebba devotes a chapter to Virginia Cowles in her Battling for News (also Faber Finds) and writes, 'For Virginia getting to the top man in any situation was both important in itself and valuable for smoothing her path whenever she might need help.' In short, she was blessed with the sort of chutzpah that could secure an interview with Mussolini (browbeating and insecure at the same time) and make sure she was on the last plane in or out of the latest hotspot. To return to the original blurb, 'It is Miss Cowles' outstanding merit that she is magnificently capable of writing a book. Her journalist's eye never fails her; her lucid, human, humorous style is never at a loss. This is a book to which the old clich 'never a dull line' can be honestly applied. It is as good a first-hand account of the mad world of Hitler's Europe as is ever likely to come off the printing press. And there is something oddly fitting and perhaps prophetic, in the fact that a woman should have written it.' Looking for Trouble is a tour de force fully deserving to be reissued on the 100th anniversary of the author's birth.

Looking for Trouble

One Woman, Six Wars and a Revolution

Author: Leslie Cockburn

Publisher: Anchor

ISBN: 0307834123

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 288

View: 8919

News correspondent Leslie Cockburn has dined with the Cali Cartel, marched with the Khmer Rouge, hunted down the Black Turban in Afghanistan, pursued the Russian mafia to the Arctic Circle, shared pomegranate sauce with the Ayatollahs, and stopped a small Kurdish war, but she has never told these stories in a book-until now. Cockburn was one of the first women to break into the tight fraternity of combat and third-world reportage when she began work at the London bureau of NBC News in 1976-where successful news gathering required "unorthodox tactics, stamina, and, for best results, a criminal mind." By the time she moved to CBS's "60 Minutes," Cockburn had interviewed Muammar Qaddaffi and Margaret Thatcher, been arrested as spy in Gambia, and effectively eliminated whatever doubts her colleagues might have had about a woman's ability to tackle the news business's most dangerous assignments. A mother of three who has made a career of breaking down barriers, Leslie Cockburn has exposed the tobacco lobby in Washington and human rights violations in Cambodia, and her impact on foreign and domestic policy has been as powerful as her impact on the rights and prerogatives of working women. In an industry in which, as late as 1973, women had to lobby to wear trousers to work, Leslie Cockburn was determined to combine a strong family life with a strong professional life, sacrificing neither. With a cast of generals, drug lords, rock stars, and kings, LOOKING FOR TROUBLE is the incredible story of a career that has spanned the history-making news events of the last two decades.

Looking for Trouble

Author: John Marsden

Publisher: Pan Australia

ISBN: 1743346212

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 128

View: 8055

A warm and funny novel from the bestselling author of the Tomorrow series, Staying Alive in Year 5, Cool School and Creep Street "Australia's king of young adult fiction" The Australian Last week, Mrs Hazell got us to write a story called 'The Biggest Disaster I Ever Caused'. I should have asked for extra time to write it. I've got a feeling that by tomorrow I'll be able to do a whole new version. Tony and his friends are seriously bored with their lives. They go 'looking for trouble'. But when a strange and secretive family move in down the road, Tony begins to wonder whether trouble hasn't come looking for him. And once trouble finds him - it doesn't want to let him go!

Looking For Trouble

K'Barthan Series: Part 4

Author: M T McGuire

Publisher: Hamgee University Press

ISBN: 1907809236

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

View: 3033

The Pan of Hamgee doesn’t believe in miracles but if he’s going to save K’Barth it looks as if he might need one. He's not quite as alone as he thought. The punters from The Parrot and Screwdriver are right behind him and he has rescued three of his friends from the Grongolian Security Forces, who are now of course, three of the nation's most wanted, which doesn't make life easy. He even has something of a plan for once. It involves making peace with the Resistance, trying to resurrect the Underground movement, and toppling Lord Vernon. Now, The Pan just needs to keep his head down and maintain a low profile. He must be brave and clever and stay in control. That's going to be a first. But the hardest part will be staying alive long enough to put his plan into action. Written in British English with a little light swearing. Suggested cinema rating: PG This book is the final part of a a completed science fiction series which is best enjoyed when read in sequence. INTERVIEW WITH THE AUTHOR Q – So, tell us about the K’Barthan Series. What made you write it? What makes it special? A – I wanted to write the books I wanted to read that hadn't been written. This is still why I write. I also wanted it to reflect the books I love, Terry Pratchett's discworld, Douglas Adams, Jasper Fforde, Tom Holt, Robert Rankin ... Also stuff like Heide Goody's Clovenhoof series, The Stainless Steel Rat series and strains of Harry Potter. The hero, The Pan of Hamgee, had to be normal; someone who is aware of the risks he is taking and human – ie scared – for whom bravery costs. In Ruth, the heroine, I wanted to create someone pragmatic, sensible and grounded. She’s not going to lose a shoe and fall over, so the hero has to go back and help her, and they both get caught by the monster. She’s a strong female protagonist who is a bit more of a hero than The Pan, frankly – to start with at any rate. I think he catches her up as the story unfolds. Q – Do our readers have to read the K’Barthan Series in order? A – Yes otherwise the character development – and some of the technology – will make less sense. That said, the series of K'Barthan Extras I'm currently writing to go with it can be read any time. The rest of the books go in this order: - Unlucky Dip, K'Barthan Series: Prequel - Few Are Chosen, K'Barthan Series: Part 1 - The Wrong Stuff, K'Barthan Series: Part 2 - One Man: No Plan, K'Barthan Series: Part 3 - Looking For Trouble, K'Barthan Series: Part 4 Q – Will the scary bits frighten me? Hopefully not. Basically, if you have read the Harry Potter series and weren't freaked out by the scary bits in that, you should be fine with the K'Barthan Series. Q – What will readers enjoy most about The K'Barthan Series? A – Hopefully, the same things as I do: the laughs, the romance – where it appears – the fast pace and the action – especially the flying car chases – and I hope they will like its deeper side. Q – What is your favourite kind of Book? Would The K'Barthan Series fit on the list? A – Oh yes. As I mentioned earlier, I love humorous novels although a lot of my influences come from TV. There was this evening slot in the UK, after homework but before supper, when they showed old stuff on BBC2; original StarTrek, Get Smart, Hogan's Heroes, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. The persuaders, the Avengers, the Saint, Randal and Hopkirk Deceased, Space 1999. Then there's Blake's Seven and Dr Who, and Red Dwarf, of course. I loved all that. Q – Do you have a target reader? A – Officially it’s young adults and teenagers but it's turning out to be age 10 and up. Sure, now that it’s complete the series is certainly proving popular with teens and young adults and I had my nephew in mind when I wrote them, who was a teenager at the time. However, I firmly believe that all the best books should hold a universal appeal, so I also wrote it for me. Thus far – if the people who contact me are anything to go by – it appeals to a certain type of person across the board. The oldest fan of the series I know of is in his 90s and the youngest is 10. Basically, if you like British comedy and humour you will probably enjoy the K'Barthan Series. If you enjoyed the Narnia books and the Harry Potter books you will probably like it. You might even like it if you enjoy historical novels like The Children of the New Forest, or Moonfleet.

Looking For Trouble

Sal Kilkenny #1

Author: Cath Staincliffe

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1472101049

Category: Fiction

Page: 272

View: 8802

She's a single parent. A private eye. And liking it. Until, that is, Mrs Hobbs turns up asking Sal Kilkenny to find her missing son. Sal's search takes her through the Manchester underworld, a wasteland of deprivation and petty theft, of well-heeled organised crime and, ultimately, murder. Would she have taken the job on if she had known what she was getting herself into? Actually, yes. Sal is on fire with a desire to see justice done and to avenge the death of a young lad whose only crime was knowing too much . . . This is the first Sal Kilkenny mystery, serialised on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour. Praise for Cath Staincliffe: 'A book about courage and compromise, about how sometimes it's kinder and braver to lie.Stunning.' Anne Cleeves 'Modest, compassionate... a solid ingenious plotter with a sharp eye for domestic detail'Literary Review 'Complex and satisfying' The Sunday Times 'about as good as the British private eye novel gets' Time Out 'It's always exciting to see a writer get better and better, and Cath Staincliffe is doing just that'Val McDermid 'an engrossing read'Sunday Telegraph

Looking for Trouble

The Life and Times of a Foreign Correspondent

Author: Richard Beeston

Publisher: Tauris Parke Paperbacks

ISBN: 9781845112776

Category: History

Page: 178

View: 8470

Looking for Trouble is a vivid account of 35 years in journalism by a former foreign correspondent and bureau chief of The Daily Telegraph. It recounts an extraordinary and eventful period in the years before instant communication and mass TV coverage and provides a riveting first-hand record of history unfurling during many of the world's most dramatic events of the Cold War era. Richard Beeston describes what the restless, nomadic life of a foreign correspondent is like, providing colourful and lively portrayals of daily life in Fleet Street and communist Moscow; of his years with a radio station for MI6 in the Middle East; and of his acquaintance with the notorious Soviet agent, Kim Philby. Richard Beeston led a truly extraordinary life, superbly captured in this acclaimed memoir - now published in paperback for the first time.

Looking for Trouble and other Mostly Yeoville Stories

Author: Colleen Higgs

Publisher: African Books Collective

ISBN: 1920397426

Category: Fiction

Page: 79

View: 9317

Looking for Trouble is a collection of short stories set in Yeoville from the mid-1980s to the early 1990s. The stories capture with a dark humour the lives of young people trying to make a go of things, given the constraints of the country and the volatile period. Most of the stories have been published in literary magazines or in collections in South Africa, the UK and Uganda.

Looking for Trouble

Author: Stacey Lewis

Publisher: Nashville U

ISBN: 9781794500822

Category: Fiction

Page: 314

View: 1549

He's: Cocky Crude Unapologetic Clay's all dirty jokes and curse words, while I'm quiet and shy. I try to blend into the background, while he strives to be the center of everyone's attention. She's: Uptight Sheltered Allergic to fun I never expected to fall in love. Especially not with a girl I've known all my life. One who's always been off-limits. Opposites might attract, but in this case of explosive chemistry, someone's heart is bound to be shattered. As enemies become friends and friends morph into more; Clay has definitely met his match.

Looking for Trouble

SAS to Gulf Command : the Autobiography

Author: Peter de la Billière

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 0006379834

Category: Generals

Page: 449

View: 1198

From his childhood, rebellion at school, the early death of his father and conflict with his step-father, on to his exploits in the army in Korea, Egypt, Malaya, Oman, Borneo, the Sudan, the Falklands, and the Gulf War, this book chronicles the SAS General's life.

Looking for Trouble

Author: Roque Dalton

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780992958183


Page: 150

View: 1130

Roque Dalton is one of the best-known and loved poets of 20th century Latin America. An extraordinary poet of rebellion and humor, fierce and painful tenderness, his work is still read alongside guerrilla poets like Otto Ren Castillo, Javier Heraud, Cardenal, and Daisy Zamora. Dalton studied law in Chile and then at the University of San Salvador, where he helped found the Committed Generation of Poets. He was accused of being a CIA spy and murdered four days before his 40th birthday. Translated from Spanish by John Green and Michal Boncza.

Looking for Trouble

On Shopping, Gender and the Cinema

Author: Suzanne Moore

Publisher: Serpents Tail


Category: Performing Arts

Page: 310

View: 3918

In her articles and essays, Suzanne Moore takes a vitriolic look at the icons of modern life - post-feminism, Baudrillard, Laura Ashley, Twin Peaks, the New Man, Safe Sex, James Bond, a Green Planet. In her film reviews, she dissects the 'mega' filmmakers of our time: Steven Spielberg, Federico Fellini, Akira Kurosawa, Pedro Almod?var, Ken Russell and David Lynch. Definitely not 'one of the boys', Suzanne Moore's attitude to the good and famous is refreshing and irreverent.

Looking for Trouble (Mills & Boon Blaze)

Author: Julie Leto

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 1472028996

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

View: 1058

An innocent looking for adventure. A bad boy trying to change his image. And a book of sensual invitations that will make them forget about everything but each other...

Looking for Trouble

Author: Julie Leto

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 142687149X

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

View: 4055

Looking for Trouble by Julie Leto released on Jul 1, 2010 is available now for purchase.


Looking for Trouble

Author: Mark Howell

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1481787101

Category: Fiction

Page: 296

View: 6062

Outlawed is Mark's third novel and is the final installment of the Prank Trilogy. A critically acclaimed and fast-paced adventure series featuring a host of colorful characters, including Kev and Sadie, the series' heroes. It comes hot on the heels of its predecessors Prank in 2010 and Scallywags in 2011. The author has become well known for his descriptive skills and has developed a knack for suspense building and the setting of a particular scene. It makes for great reading, and the pages seem to turn themselves as the story weaves and the plot twists and turns; at times it leaves you breathless, others it will make you laugh out loud. One thing is for sure-there is never a dull moment even when there is one.