Glamour, Gidgets and the Girl Next Door

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Glamour, Gidgets and the Girl Next Door: Herbie J Pilato

Profiles are meant to highlight the life of someone in order for others to learn more about them. Within the pages of this book the author has created numerous profiles allowing readers to enter the worlds of so many that brought joy to our television screens for so many years each in their own unique way. Share the comedy of Sally Field in “”, Barbara Eden in, “I Dream of Jeannie,” and Mary Tyler Moore as Laura Petrie. Each section of this book is marked and filled with many different actresses that encompass different time periods in television history. Section One is titled The Jills of All Trades, the second The Teen Angels, the third the Country Girls, followed by Super Sleuths, Wonder Women and the Liberated Souls. Every section filled with explicit biographical information about each actress, their roles…

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Hideaway: Iris Johansen
Close your eyes and listen to the strings playing as they release their melodic sounds when the violinist takes his/her bow places on the violin and begins to create the music that will take you the listener to another world. Music provides a release from tension, from stress and can help relax you whether you are listening to the instrumentalist or playing an instrument yourself. Within this complex novel the author will introduce many new characters each one enduring his/her own pain, sorrow, joys and tragedies and each one connecting to the music they will hear in their own way. From discomfort to musical pleasure to confidence being restored to success in whatever they are planning or trying to do music plays an important role in this novel Enter the worlds of Eve Duncan and Joe Quinn and meet Cara Delaney an 11 year old child who…

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