4 edition of Peccadilloes, found in the catalog.
Cora Hardy Jarrett
by Books for Libraries Press
Written in English
Short story index reprint series
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Having lived as an intimate outsider within the FDR White House, Lorena also offers her admittedly biased take on the confidential crises, tragedies, and peccadilloes of the Roosevelt household. Bloom elevates this addition to the secret-lives-of-the-Roosevelts genre through elegant prose and by making Lorena Hickok a character engrossing. 1. Slight sins or offenses 2. Petty crimes or small infractions 3. Las Vegas Punk Rock!
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Over the years I have certainly committed somewhat more than my share of peccadilloes and outright sins. And besides, other nations, such as the French, don't get so worked up about the peccadilloes of the famous. From time they were boys, others have fawned over them, winked at their flaws, excused their peccadilloes.
A small flaw or sin. A petty offense. Robert Dean Frisbee, The Book of Puka-Puka (republished by Eland, ; p. ): When he comes to the prayer, he sometimes does me the honor of personally recommending me to the Lord, advising him that I am a worthy man and begging him to condone my occasional peccadillos.
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Peccadilloes of the rich and infamous His chronicles of the sexual and financial peccadilloes of the rich and the restless and the often clunky films made from them earned him a fortune he did Author: Dick Lochte.
Characters: 4 male, 2 female 2 Interiors Maestro Vito De Angelis, an egomaniacal but charming conductor, is under contract to a major publisher to deliver his autobiography. The publisher has paid a huge advance and Vito has just fired his fifth ghost writer.
The publisher sends pretty Iris Peabody, knowing that Vito is a sucker for the ladies, to gain his cooperation as she ghost. At the Bar: The Passions and Peccadilloes of American Lawyers David Margolick, Author, Elliott Banfield, Illustrator Simon & Schuster $ (p) ISBN.
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A new book by Jim Morris and Gregg Stebben catalogues the sexual peccadilloes of occupants of the White House. Should a catalogue of presidents' sexual escapades comfort Clinton? Web posted on.Just in time for the presidential election of comes Political Suicide, a history of the best and most interesting missteps, peccadilloes, bad calls, back room hijinks, sordid pasts, rotten breaks, and just plain dumb mistakes in the annals of American politics.It uses problems arising from celebrity peccadilloes and deaths, such as those of Prince, and the mother/daughter team of Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher to illustrate legal issues.
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