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Der Letzte An Der Bar
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Mit "Der Letzte an der Bar" veröffentlicht Henning Wehland sein erstes Solo-Album in einer Karriere, die schon so manches Highlight hervorgebracht hat: Der in Bonn geborene Musiker ist Frontmann der Rockband H-Blockx und Mitglied der Söhne Mannheims. Außerdem begeisterte er als Moderator und als Coach bei The Voice Kids. Nun veröffentlicht er in 15 Liedern eine Sammlung seiner Geschichten auf der Reise durchs Leben. Dabei spielt die Bar deshalb eine zentrale Rolle, weil sie einer der wenigen Orte ist, an dem sich Menschen aus jeder Gesellschaftsschicht auf Augenhöhe begegnen und ungewöhnlich ehrlich werden.

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Der Letzte An Der Bar
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Mit "Der Letzte an der Bar" veröffentlicht Henning Wehland sein erstes Solo-Album in einer Karriere, die schon so manches Highlight hervorgebracht hat: Der in Bonn geborene Musiker ist Frontmann der Rockband H-Blockx und Mitglied der Söhne Mannheims. Außerdem begeisterte er als Moderator und als Coach bei The Voice Kids. Nun veröffentlicht er in 15 Liedern eine Sammlung seiner Geschichten auf der Reise durchs Leben. Dabei spielt die Bar deshalb eine zentrale Rolle, weil sie einer der wenigen Orte ist, an dem sich Menschen aus jeder Gesellschaftsschicht auf Augenhöhe begegnen und ungewöhnlich ehrlich werden.

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Me and the Table , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 557min
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Stephen Hendry became the youngest professional snooker player in 1985 aged 16 and, in 1990, he was the youngest ever snooker World Champion, at the age of 21.Widely regarded by fans and pundits alike as one of the greatest players of all time in the sport, over a 27-year career, Hendry went on to win the World Championship seven times and was snooker's world number one for eight consecutive seasons between 1990 and 1998. Hendry retired in 2012 with a record-breaking seven World Champion titles under his belt, a record that remains to this day. He's now ready to tell his life story for the first time - from a childhood spent climbing the ranks of the sport, through the highs of the '90s and lows of the 2000s, to his life now as a sports pundit and commentator.An insight into the world of the man behind the cue and what made him such a top-class player. This is the definitive autobiography of the legend that is Stephen Hendry, as told in the author's voice. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephen Hendry. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bonn/000040/bk_bonn_000040_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Der Letzte an der Bar, 1 Audio-CD
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Mit "Der Letzte an der Bar" veröffentlicht Henning Wehland sein erstes Solo-Album in einer Karriere, die schon so manches Highlight hervorgebracht hat: Der in Bonn geborene Musiker ist Frontmann der Rockband H-Blockx und Mitglied der Söhne Mannheims. Außerdem begeisterte er als Moderator und als Coach bei The Voice Kids. Nun veröffentlicht er in 15 Liedern eine Sammlung seiner Geschichten auf der Reise durchs Leben. Dabei spielt die Bar deshalb eine zentrale Rolle, weil sie einer der wenigen Orte ist, an dem sich Menschen aus jeder Gesellschaftsschicht auf Augenhöhe begegnen und ungewöhnlich ehrlich werden.

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'A Free Voice of the Free World'
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Seminar paper from the year 2012 in the subject History Europe - Germany - Postwar Period, Cold War, grade: 1,3, University of Bonn (Institut für Anglistik, Amerikanistik und Keltologie (IAAK)), language: English, abstract: 1. Introduction 'RIAS has always been more than just the initials of an American post-war operation in divided Berlin. For many people in Berlin and in East Germany RIAS Berlin was and still is a part of their life; a piece of their very personal biography'(Kundler 2002: preface) This statement was made by Siegfried Buschschlüter, RIAS broadcasting director, in October 1993, a few months before RIAS' history ended and the one of its successor, Deutschlandradio, began. RIAS, short for Rundfunk im Amerikanischen Sektor was established in Berlin by the United States Information Agency in 1946 and has played a significant role in German media history in the post-war era. Its motto 'A free voice of the free world' proves the objective of the station and the position it saw itself in. The paper at hand aims at investigating this role and will elaborate on the question why this station was so special to the people - especially to the people in East Germany and later the German Democratic Republic (GDR). Measuring the impact of RIAS on the people in East Germany and the GDR might seem impossible, since in these areas it was officially forbidden to listen to the station. Still, people did listen, since radio had the important advantage that it could be received almost everywhere while Western press was not legally and easily available for the people in East Germany (Soldat 2008: 184). Therefore, it is very important to note that this paper's objective is twofold: it does not only look at the perception of RIAS by its target listeners in East Germany/the GDR but also at the way how East Germany's government perceived and reacted to the station. The most important historical event bringing toge

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The Singapore Wink
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A stuntman searches for a colleague whom he thought he killed long ago. Two pirates do battle on an old junk ship in Singapore Harbor. They leap nimbly from deck to rigging, crossing swords like fencing masters. And then one surprises the other, slicing a rope and sending the unfortunate pirate tumbling into the bay. This is how stuntman Angelo Sacchetti dies. Edward Cauthorne was his opponent, a fellow stuntman whose career died along with Sacchetti. He's selling used cars when two thugs approach him. They're emissaries from Sacchetti's godfather, a Mafia don. Sacchetti is alive after all - alive enough to be blackmailing the don - and they firmly request that Cauthorne find him. The search takes Cauthorne back to Singapore, to risk his own life for the sake of the man he thought he'd killed. Review quote. 'Ross Thomas is without peer in American suspense.' - Los Angeles Times. 'What Elmore Leonard does for crime in the streets, Ross Thomas does for crime in the suites.' - The Village Voice. 'Ross Thomas is that rare phenomenon, a writer of suspense whose novels can be read with pleasure more than once.' - Eric Ambler, author of The Mask of Dimitrios. Biographical note. The winner of the inaugural Gumshoe Lifetime Achievement Award, Ross Thomas (1926-1995) was a prolific author whose political thrillers drew praise for their blend of wit and suspense. Born in Oklahoma City, Thomas grew up during the Great Depression, and served in the Philippines during World War II. After the war, he worked as a foreign correspondent, public relations official, and political strategist before publishing his first novel, 'The Cold War Swap' (1967), based on his experience working in Bonn, Germany. The novel was a hit, winning Thomas as an Edgar Award for Best First Novel and establishing the characters Mac McCorkle and Mike Padillo. Thomas followed it up with three more novels about McCorkle and Padillo, the last of which was published in 1990. He wrote nearly a book a year for twenty-five years, occasionally under the pen name Oliver Bleeck, and won the Edgar Award for Best Novel with 'Briarpatch' (1984). Thomas died of lung cancer in California in 1995, a year after publishing his final novel, 'Ah, Treachery!

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The Mordida Man
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American agents abduct a high-profile terrorist in broad daylight on the streets of London, subduing him with a tranquilizer. He dies a few hours later on a flight back to Washington, DC, and the body is dropped into the ocean. Hours later, the President's brother - a political powerhouse in his own right - boards a plane to Las Vegas that doesn't land in Nevada. Libyan radicals are at the controls, and he is their prisoner. The only man who can save him is Chubb Dunjee. A former United Nations operative with skills in every aspect of political negotiation, Chubb became famous for solving problems with well-placed bribes. Saving the President's brother should be no trouble for him. But the Libyans don't want a bribe. They want blood. Review quote. 'Ross Thomas is without peer in American suspense.' - Los Angeles Times. 'What Elmore Leonard does for crime in the streets, Ross Thomas does for crime in the suites.' - The Village Voice. 'Ross Thomas is that rare phenomenon, a writer of suspense whose novels can be read with pleasure more than once.' - Eric Ambler, author of The Mask of Dimitrios. Biographical note. The winner of the inaugural Gumshoe Lifetime Achievement Award, Ross Thomas (1926-1995) was a prolific author whose political thrillers drew praise for their blend of wit and suspense. Born in Oklahoma City, Thomas grew up during the Great Depression, and served in the Philippines during World War II. After the war, he worked as a foreign correspondent, public relations official, and political strategist before publishing his first novel, 'The Cold War Swap' (1967), based on his experience working in Bonn, Germany. The novel was a hit, winning Thomas as an Edgar Award for Best First Novel and establishing the characters Mac McCorkle and Mike Padillo. Thomas followed it up with three more novels about McCorkle and Padillo, the last of which was published in 1990. He wrote nearly a book a year for twenty-five years, occasionally under the pen name Oliver Bleeck, and won the Edgar Award for Best Novel with 'Briarpatch' (1984). Thomas died of lung cancer in California in 1995, a year after publishing his final novel, 'Ah, Treachery!'

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Cast a Yellow Shadow
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An old friend draws barman Mac McCorkle into a deadly international game. As the saying goes, you can't pick your friends. If you could, Mac McCorkle would disown Padilla. They owned a bar together in Bonn, the West German capital, and stayed partners even after Padilla's sideline as a CIA operative got the bar blown up. Padilla was thought to be dead and erased from the CIA's files - but now he's back on the agency's turf. Mac moved to Washington, DC, after the trouble in Bonn to get married and open his bar anew. His new bride is beautiful, the bar is a success, and Padilla's reappearance threatens everything. A group of African terrorists want Padilla to assassinate the prime minister of their small sub-Saharan republic - and they've kidnapped Mac's wife to use as leverage. Review quotes. 'Ross Thomas is without peer in American suspense.' - The Los Angeles Times. 'What Elmore Leonard does for crime in the streets, Ross Thomas does for crime in the suites.' - The Village Voice. 'Ross Thomas is that rare phenomenon, a writer of suspense whose novels can be read with pleasure more than once.' - Eric Ambler, author of The Mask of Dimitrios. Biographical note. The winner of the inaugural Gumshoe Lifetime Achievement Award, Ross Thomas (1926-1995) was a prolific author whose political thrillers drew praise for their blend of wit and suspense. Born in Oklahoma City, Thomas grew up during the Great Depression, and served in the Philippines during World War II. After the war, he worked as a foreign correspondent, public relations official, and political strategist before publishing his first novel, 'The Cold War Swap' (1967), based on his experience working in Bonn, Germany. The novel was a hit, winning Thomas as an Edgar Award for Best First Novel and establishing the characters Mac McCorkle and Mike Padillo. Thomas followed it up with three more novels about McCorkle and Padillo, the last of which was published in 1990. He wrote nearly a book a year for twenty-five years, occasionally under the pen name Oliver Bleeck, and won the Edgar Award for Best Novel with 'Briarpatch' (1984). Thomas died of lung cancer in California in 1995, a year after publishing his final novel, 'Ah, Treachery!'

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The Procane Chronicle
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A bungled hand-off lands St. Ives in jail on suspicion of murder. It's three in the morning, and Philip St. Ives has come to the all-night Laundromat to meet a thief. His laundry bag isn't carrying dirty clothing - it's stuffed with 90,000 cash. But he finds his contact, Bobby Boykins, in no state to talk. Bobby has been beaten, strangled, and stuffed behind a washing machine; Philip is inspecting the corpse when the police find him. Standing in a Laundromat with a dead body and a sack full of cash, Philip learns, is a good way to get arrested. St. Ives is a go-between - a mediator between thieves and their victims - and he came to meet Bobby for the sake of a rich man who has lost his diary. If Philip can escape the Tenth Precinct, Bobby's killer will come for him next. Review quote. 'Ross Thomas is without peer in American suspense.' - Los Angeles Times. 'What Elmore Leonard does for crime in the streets, Ross Thomas does for crime in the suites.' - The Village Voice. 'Ross Thomas is that rare phenomenon, a writer of suspense whose novels can be read with pleasure more than once.' - Eric Ambler, author of The Mask of Dimitrios. Biographical note. The winner of the inaugural Gumshoe Lifetime Achievement Award, Ross Thomas (1926-1995) was a prolific author whose political thrillers drew praise for their blend of wit and suspense. Born in Oklahoma City, Thomas grew up during the Great Depression, and served in the Philippines during World War II. After the war, he worked as a foreign correspondent, public relations official, and political strategist before publishing his first novel, 'The Cold War Swap' (1967), based on his experience working in Bonn, Germany. The novel was a hit, winning Thomas as an Edgar Award for Best First Novel and establishing the characters Mac McCorkle and Mike Padillo. Thomas followed it up with three more novels about McCorkle and Padillo, the last of which was published in 1990. He wrote nearly a book a year for twenty-five years, occasionally under the pen name Oliver Bleeck, and won the Edgar Award for Best Novel with 'Briarpatch' (1984). Thomas died of lung cancer in California in 1995, a year after publishing his final novel, 'Ah, Treachery!'

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