Biography & Autobiography

The Perfect Lion

Author: Jerry H. Maxwell

Publisher: University of Alabama Press


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 419

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Provides one of the first complete biographies of John Pelham, an Alabama native and Confederate artillery commander in Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, known for his great courage in battle.

Taming the Lion

Author: Kerry Adrienne

Publisher: Carina Press


Category: Fiction


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Pack bonds are tested in the Shifter Wars as the lion heir must choose between his legacy and his mate For Marco, heir to the lions' throne, seizing control of the Cave of Whispers from the bear clan is more than just a quest—it's fulfilling the legacy of his breed. But the latest crusade has left Marco gravely wounded in enemy territory and in the hands of Alicia, healer for the bears. An irresistibly sensuous adversary, Alicia presents a serious problem. She carries the scent of a mate. Drawn to this dominant master of his den, Alicia knows her allegiance has been compromised. His brooding sexuality is testing her defenses, but falling in love with Marco means falling in league with a rival shifter. And turning her back on the bears in a time of war is a lethal move. Two breeds united by destiny could inspire a peaceful new future for their opposing clans—or ignite the fiercest battle yet and destroy all of Deep Creek forever. This book is approximately 75,000 words
Performing Arts

Lights, Camera, Lions

Author: Hubert Geza Wells

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing


Category: Performing Arts

Page: 262

View: 644

A unique and entertaining memoir of training and working with animal actors. Lights, Camera, Lions tells the remarkable story of Hungarian Hubert Geza Wells, who defects to America during the communist era and goes on to make a name for himself as one of the most sought-after animal trainers in Hollywood. With tales from his long career, which included filming on five continents and working on over a hundred films including Out of Africa and Born Free, his hair-raising memoir (pun intended) also provides insight into training animals that has never been revealed before.
Literary Criticism

The Fall of the Indigo Jackal

Author: McComas Taylor

Publisher: SUNY Press


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 250

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Contemporary critical theory is brought to the consideration of caste in the Pancatantra, one of the best-known cycles of Indian tales.

The Lion and the Elephant

Author: Charles John Andersson

Publisher: London, Hurst and Blackett


Category: Elephant

Page: 386

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The habits of the lion and the elephant, with anecdotes of their pursuit, mainly in South Africa.