Tag: Dirty

One Dirty Bowl Fast Desserts, Faster Cleanup

Free Download One Dirty Bowl: Fast Desserts, Faster Cleanup by Christina Dymock
English | June 10, 2014 | ISBN: 1462114016 | 136 pages | PDF, EPUB | 24 Mb
Quick desserts and even quicker clean up mean more time with your family and friends, and less time in the kitchen. With One Dirty Bowl, whip up show-stopping desserts like Hazelnut Puffs, Peanut Butter Truffle Bars, and White Chocolate and Strawberry Cupcakes, all while dirtying just one bowl. Grab your bowl and get ready to bake!


A Dirty Guide to a Clean Home Housekeeping Hacks You Can’t Live Without

Free Download A Dirty Guide to a Clean Home: Housekeeping Hacks You Can’t Live Without by Melissa Dilkes Pateras, Carla Sosenko
English | November 28, 2023 | ISBN: 0593446372 | 256 pages | MOBI | 15 Mb
Everything you need to know about laundry, cleaning, and basic home repairs-from the TikTok star who made bluing a thing, showed you how to fold a fitted sheet, and taught you to properly use your (caulk) gun.


Pedro Juan Gutiérrez’s Dirty Realism Reinventing Cuban Spaces

Free Download Lori Oxford, "Pedro Juan Gutiérrez’s Dirty Realism: Reinventing Cuban Spaces"
English | ISBN: 1666910031 | 2023 | 168 pages | EPUB, PDF | 1532 KB + 2 MB
In Pedro Juan Gutiérrez’s Dirty Realism: Reinventing Cuban Spaces, Lori Oxford conducts a series of close readings that expound on Gutiérrez’s interpretation of life and reality in the spaces of the Special Period throughout the five works that make up his Ciclo Centro Habana Cycle (1998-2003). Gutiérrez’s settings oscillate between the utopian, the dystopian, and the heterotopian in unexpected fashion, often revealing his protagonists’ surprising affinity for the latter two. In her examination of Gutiérrez’s use of these interwoven -topian spaces, Oxford shows how the three spaces, although apparently contradictory, have managed to coexist in Cuba and demonstrates how they are all reflected in Gutiérrez’s fiction, often simultaneously, just as they exist in Cuba’s reality.


Stakeknife’s Dirty War How Scappaticci, British Intelligence and Special Branch Ran the IRA [Audiobook]

Free Download Stakeknife’s Dirty War: How Scappaticci, British Intelligence and Special Branch Ran the IRA aka Stakeknife’s Dirty War: The Inside Story of Scappaticci, the IRA’s Nutting Squad, and the British Spooks who Ran the War (Audiobook)
English | ASIN: B0CM4NK61L | 2023 | 8 hours and 10 minutes | M4B@64 kbps | 234 MB
Author: Richard O’Rawe
Narrator: Alan Turkington

Freddie Scappaticci was born in 1946 and raised in a deeply nationalist area of Belfast. When the Troubles broke out in 1969, he joined the Provisional IRA, where he quickly rose through the ranks, becoming commander of Belfast in 1984. From the outside, Scappaticci appeared to be a dedicated volunteer, but inwardly, he had become disenchanted with the IRA and, in 1977, he started working for British intelligence. At the same time, he took up a leading role in a newly formed IRA Internal Security Unit (ISU), aka ‘The Nutting Squad’. He personally executed two suspected informers and condemned at least thirty-seven more to death. Was he the serial killer that history portrays him? Undoubtedly.