Looking at Me

DoctorZed Publishing
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Shane is a wild force of nature. He loves his woman, and delights in her body. He thinks about sex all the time and, when he is away, he writes scorching stories about his lover and reads them to her over the phone. She becomes addicted to Shane and his stories, but what does the future hold for them both?ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Jacqueline George lives in the far north of Queensland, Australia, on the shores of the Coral Sea. She writes about the things she loves - travel, landscapes, good food. And of course romantic, erotic sex, which also has to be exotic, overwhelming and - above all - believable.
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DoctorZed Publishing
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Published on
Dec 31, 2011
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Pages
125
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ISBN
9780987169501
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English
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Fiction / General
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Jacqueline George
When Field Marshall Hermann Goering, Deputy Führer and commander of the Luftwaffe, appeared before the Nuremburg Tribunal in 1946 to answer for his crimes, the world was watching. Much of Europe had directly suffered through the war that he and the Nazi system had brought to the continent, and now he would have to answer for his crimes.

On the other hand, Germany was full of Nazis who had been defeated but did not feel any part of the guilt for those terrible events. Would Goering be able to stand up for them, and give them hope for the future?

Goering proved to be intelligent and resourceful, a natural leader who dominated the other defendants at the trial and showed no self-doubt at all. The evidence he gave on his own behalf made the unthinkable seem reasonable, the normal reaction of a government and country under threat from outside forces. He denied all knowledge of war crimes, and the crimes against humanity that were now being uncovered. Only cross-examination by American and British prosecutors could force him to admit his complicity, but Goering was far too clever to be pinned down easily.

Here, in the actual words spoken by the three adversaries, is the story of the American prosecutor Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson and his British colleague Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe fighting to bring the true story of Goering’s crimes into the light. Using complete court transcripts, with commentaries on each session, this book allows the reader to follow the battle day by day. All three men, and especially Goering, jump from the pages in the words they used seventy years ago.

This is Goering from a different angle, seen not through his deeds but as you might see him at a town hall meeting. He is talkative and charismatic, even when on trial for his life and with the ruins of the Third Reich around him. His trial is followed through to the end, and the book has an Epilogue from his fellow defendant Albert Speer.

"This very readable book brings together the many strands of the Goering war crimes trial in a way that allows the interested but legally challenged reader to appreciate the hubris and depravity of the Reich's Deputy Führer. The reader is left with the impression that Goering, throughout his trial, believed in the righteousness of the Nazi Cause and was surprised and disappointed in the final outcome. Goering's testimony to the Tribunal is both chilling and a fitting final testimony to the Nazi era." ~ Charles Gillman-Wells

Jacqueline George
When Shirley arrives at the Institute, she thinks she will be studying Politics. But the Institute has a sterner purpose, the study of Witchcraft. Gradually, Shirley is introduced to the practice and history of the Craft. She has a talent for mind control and for romance, and is given her witch's name, Light o'Love. She is shown the sights of Liverpool by the brilliant, austere Rostov and taken back to his den. He is one of her lecturers. The others are more friendly and cherish her and her growing powers. She surprises them all by breaking two of the Dark Light's "toys" - automata sent to monitor the Institute. Shirley is the center of attention from witches and from the Dark Light. Through her efforts, Rostov is revealed as a spy and he is driven into exile. He can only win back his masters' approval by presenting them with the cause of their trouble: sacrificing Light o'Love herself. "I love Light o'Love. She is a country girl studying in the big city, but is undaunted by her new life. She learning to control her powers and at the same time opening herself to the exciting new world of romance and sex. The girl develops into a very powerful woman." Jacqueline Reviews "Enter a world in which a couple of guys from Alice, Texas, interrupt the tranquil and smooth goings on at The Jane Flockman Institute. But this is no ordinary institute, in this institute the students may study mundane subjects like Geopolitics, and Geophysics, but it is mainly an institute for those who want to perfect their witchcraft skill. Skills that involve such things as: card reading, fortune telling, and if you are like the main character, Light O'Love herself, then you just might be one of the most powerful witches around. Set in Liverpool, England around 1968, the story follows our Light O' Love heroine as she seeks to not only use her skills to help out her fellow man, but ultimately saves herself and the Institute from the evil claws of the villainous Professor Rostov. It's a delightful tale, well told. I enjoyed reading it, and I hope you do as well." Judy Ramsook
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