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BC Rich WMD Widow 5 String Bass

B.C. Rich WMD Widow 5 String BassFrom the body, made of eastern mahogany, to the maple neck, to the widow style head stock, this black (onyx) widow is designed to do as much damage as the real spider variety. Black chrome hardware and adjustable stop, along with two volume and two tone controls make this the model of the present and the future. Two P style pickups of the active EQ variety and 24 jumbo frets make it easy pickings, but that's the only thing you're going to find about the Widow that's non-aggressive.

The BC Rich WMD Widow 5-string is built to last and its also built to put out some serious low end sound. With the Grover rotomatic tuners added to the solid construction of the neck, the BC WMD Widow five string base is the weapon of mass destruction that it is named for. The BC Rich was the first bass to be topped with the widow style head. It was ahead of it's time back then, and remains so today. The Widow offers you the right sound at the right price.

Aggressive type styling and and incredible sound make this the perfect instrument to pound out the bass for any style music. The BC Rich Widow is all the bass you're ever going to need. The only question remaining is, are you brave enough to play around with the widow?

Bone Mountain
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When disgraced former inspector, Shan Tao Yun joins a group of reverent Tibetans returning a sacred artefact to its home, it seems he has at last found the peace he has struggled for since leaving prison. What starts as a spiritual pilgrimage, however, quickly turns into a desperate flight through the Tibetan wilderness as the outlawed monk who guides them is murdered and Sham discovers that the artefact has recently been stolen from the Chinese army. But why is the army so desperate to find the artefact entrusted to Shan? Why is an aged medicine lama being stalked by government agents? Why has an American woman, a geologist for an oil company, abandoned the project and fled into the mountains? Shan discovers not answers, but only new mysteries as he is drawn to such unexpected places as the raucous headquarters base of the Western oil venture and a monastery that seems more attuned to the teachings of the party than those of Buddha. And the further he travels into the mountains, the more Shan realises that what is at stake is not only justice but the spiritual survival of those who have joined his strange quest. At the heart of Pattison's powerful tale is a story of a brave, oppressed people who have learned to endure by drawing strength from their land and their rich spiritual traditions.
The Singing Fire
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From the acclaimed author of The River Midnight comes the story two emigrant women who change each other's lives and, despite following separate paths, are united in their love of a child. In 1875, Nehama arrives at St. Katharine's Dock, having fled the expectations of her family in Poland. Planning to create a new life for herself and then send for her family to join her, she isn't prepared for the reality of London's East End, where only a block can separate the lively street markets from the dens of iniquity. Her dreams of independence falter when she is tricked into becoming a prostitute by a man called the Squire, who poses as a member of the Newcomers' Assistance Committee. Brutalized and trapped, Nehama soon begins to lose hope, but when she becomes pregnant she realizes she must get away to save her child. With only the whispers of her late grandmother to guide her, she escapes and is taken in by a kind couple, who help her to re-create herself in the respectable immigrant community of the East End. There, despite a miscarriage, she begins to find a niche for herself as a seamstress and marries a tailor named Nathan. Sadly, however, she is unable to escape the pain of losing her baby and is haunted by the conviction that her sordid life in Dorset Street is to blame for her childlessness. Emilia arrives in London in 1886, having fled from a life in Minsk that would have been considered privileged if it weren't for her domineering and unpredictable father. Her dreams of living in an Italian villa with the mother she left behind have not prepared her for the rough life that faces Jewish immigrants in London. She is also pregnant, and it's only Nehama's intervention that saves her from the clutches of the Squire. But the struggles of life in the working-class Jewish neighborhood are not what she imagined for herself, and, leaving her baby with Nehama, she escapes to the wealthier streets of the city's West End. There, she re-creates herself as a gentile and marries into a wealthy family, but cannot escape the memory of everything she has left behind. Years pass as Nehama and Emilia follow their separate paths, each trying to ensure herself a successful future Nehama dreams of opening a store of her own, Emilia plans to have another child. Yet each realizes that it is impossible to do so without coming to terms with the past. This is asking a lot of two women who have seen such sorrow of their own, and who also remember that of their mothers and grandmothers. But as they discover, the tests of the past, when seen from the present, are also proof of strength and faith. It is this reserve that both women draw on to make peace with their new lives, and in doing so, they arrive in places that hold some common ground. With vivid prose and rich detail, Lilian Nattel weaves the lives of these two women not only together but into the tapestry of nineteenth-century London. Taking us into the streets and alleys of the East End, Nattel hono
The Vault
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Wessex is retired -- or would be, if murder and danger would only leave him alone. The impossible has happened. Chief Inspector Reg Wexford has retired. He and his wife now divide their time between Kingsmarkham and a coachhouse in Hampstead belonging to their actress daughter, Sheila. For all the benefits of a more relaxed way of life, Wexford misses being the law. But a chance meeting in a London street, with someone he had known briefly as a very young police constable, changes everything. Tom Ede is now a Detective Superintendent, and is very keen to recruit Wexford as an adviser on a difficult case. The bodies of two women and a man have been discovered in the old coal hole of an attractive house in St John's Wood. None carries identification. But the man's jacket pockets contain a string of pearls, a diamond and a sapphire necklace as well as other jewellery valued in the region of 40,000. Wexford is intrigued and excited by the challenge -- until this new investigative role brings him into serious physical danger. From the Hardcover edition.

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