This collection of Black Knight Chronicles short stories features the ongoing adventures of Jimmy Black and Greg Knightwood.
Created by Irving Brecher, The Life of Riley starred William Bendix as Brooklyn-born Chester A. Riley, a family man who worked as a wing riveter at the fictional Cunningham Aircraft plant in California. The stories were usually set at home, where Riley would cheerfully disrupt life with his malapropisms and ill-timed intervention into minor problems. His stock answer to every turn of fate became a popular catchphrase: "What a revoltin' development this is!"
Michael McCain is an Entrepreneur, 21st century world leader, life coach, empowerment specialist and poet; the author of The Prayerology series and his latest edition, Life Editing Series. Embrace the wisdom and experience the change! Michael McCain is on a personal mission to share with the world how to get life back on track and stay there. Life Editing is a series that is expected to change the way people approach everyday life and relationships.
Straight from the New International Reader's Version, these dramatized Bible selections are presented in multiple children's voices.
Made as a prequel to the hit film The Third Man, this radio show was created to follow the adventures of the popular character Harry Lime, played here and in the movie by Orson Welles. The 1949 film The Third Man won an Academy Award and was an international success, called "magic" by Roger Ebert and "one of the finest films ever made" by The New York Times.
"My Secret Life", the erotic autobiography of a wealthy Victorian English gentleman has been described as "the strangest book ever written". Comprising one-hundred-and-eighty-four chapters and over one million words, the epic confessional describes in eloquent and explicit detail the exploits of a man (who refers to himself simply as 'Walter'), whose life was devoted to the pursuit of erotic adventure and carnal pleasure.