By Julie Kenner
Interesting new escapades for the demon-hunting stay-at-home mom-from the USA Today bestselling writer of Carpe Demon.
It isn't effortless while your daughter's found out that her mom's a demon hunter-and desires to develop as much as be similar to her. Or in the event you suspect your lifeless husband used the forces of darkness to filch the physique of one other human. And your dwelling husband isn't the fellow you married anymore both.
additionally, Kate's bought a priceless yet lethal merchandise that each demon inside commuting distance desires. With husband woes taking part in havoc along with her feelings, an bold teenage protegé at her heels, and hell to pay, this stay-at-home mom's setting up loads of time beyond regulation.
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Napoleon conducted his battle plans in a sandbox. Napoleon favored mathematicians and physical scientists but excluded humanists from his circle, believing them to be troublemakers. Napoleon had his servants wear his boots to break them in before he wore them. LARGER THAN LIFE Attila the Hun was a dwarf. Pepin the Short, Aesop, Gregory the Tours, Charles III of Naples, and the Pasha Hussain were all shorter than three and a half feet tall. S. national bird. Benjamin Franklin was the ﬁrst head of the United States Post Ofﬁce.
Love Me Tender was Elvis Presley’s ﬁrst ﬁlm. Mrs. Claus’s ﬁrst name is Jessica in the movie Santa Claus Is Coming to Town. The ﬁrst time the “f-word” was spoken in a movie was by Marianne Faithfull in the 1968 ﬁlm I’ll Never Forget Whatshisname. In Brian De Palma’s 1984 movie Scarface, the word is spoken 206 times—an average of once every 29 seconds.
BRAINIACS Alexander Graham Bell made a talking doll that said “Mama” when he was a young boy in Scotland. He never telephoned his wife or mother. They were both deaf. Aristotle thought blood cooled the brain. H A L L O F FA M E 15 Despite his great scientiﬁc and artistic achievement, Leonardo da Vinci was most proud of his ability to bend iron with his bare hands. Jeremy Bentham, a British philosopher who died in 1832, left his entire estate to the London Hospital, provided that his body was allowed to preside over its board meetings.