Disturbed when five books about death are returned overdue to the library, slashed and containing a warning on a bookmark, library employee Kathleen is terrified when people close to her start falling victim to tragic "accidents".
Mandy is content with her job as a librarian, her longtime boyfriend, Martin, and the lovely home they share. So what if their sex life is vanilla? She's not the wild type anyway. But when she wakes up one morning—unsatisfied—from an erotic dream starring her favorite movie star, Mandy starts to crave sexual adventure in real life.
Librarian Maggie doesn't understand what all the fuss is about. Blue Moon Shining seems like just another best seller - until she begins to flip through its pages. Its steamy words soon have Maggie wishing for her own encounter with a forceful man - a wish that comes true when her boss walks in on her, book in one hand and fondling herself with the other. Maggie soon learns that in the world of bondage and discipline, she should be careful what she wishes for.
"For Some Living with Flint Water Crisis, Obama Visit Is Overdue" is from the May 3, 2016 US section of The New York Times. It was written by Julie Bosman and Michael D. Shear and narrated by Caroline Miller.
"V izdanie voshli izvestnye proizvedenija pisatelja, sredi kotoryh "Cvety zapozdalye", "Skvernaja istorija ", "Jarmarka" i dr. "Cvety zapozdalye" - povest' Antona Pavlovicha Chehova o nerazdeljonnoj ljubvi i zapozdalom prozrenii. Glavnaja geroinja knjazhna Marija Priklonskaja, dovol'no simpatichnaja devushka, ljubit mat' i brata Egorushku. Brat zhe okazyvaetsja gluboko porochnym chelovekom, ne zhelajushhim izbavljat'sja ot vrednyh privychek. Vskore pojavljaetsja v povestvovanii i doktor Toporkov.
Buried in information? Cross-eyed over technology? From the bottom of a pile of paper and discs, books, e-books, and scattered thumb drives comes a cry of hope: Make way for the librarians! They want to help. They're not selling a thing. And librarians know best how to beat a path through the googolplex sources of information available to us.
"Marian Isn't You Librarian"
American citizens worry about suicide bombers on airplanes, but intelligence analysts say the real threat today is in cyberspace. Cyber attacks on American companies and military installations are on the rise. Could terrorist hackers take down America's power grid? Or financial networks. In this hour, cyber-warfare and the rise of the American surveillance state. And, how to protect our electronic freedom.