Forming a Supplement to Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, as Edited by George Stanley. This book, "A Biographical and Critical Dictionary of Recent and Living Painters and Engravers," by Michael Bryan, is a replication of a book originally published before 1866. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.
Ruston Bock is a gifted telepathic sleuth with a drinking problem. Trinity Foyer is a sexy confident detective in New Orleans with a penchant for dating the wrong men. She requests Ruston's insight into catching a masked serial killer who beheads his victims with an axe made out of car parts. Ruston heads to the city of New Orleans around the October and Halloween time in the middle of a hurricane with his troublesome girlfriend Donna. They come into contact with the eccentric Granger family and the mysteriously aloof Logan Granger. Ruston discovers the Granger Mansion holds a wealth of disturbing secrets that can bring the city's real killer to justice. "Paint the Silence: A Screenplay" is the screenplay version of the book, "Paint the Silence."
What colour is a Tyrannosaurus? Orange! Using only a paintbrush and some water, children can paint Buddy and all his friends. Each page is perforated so these mini works-of-art can be pulled out for direct application to the fridge!
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