Dekorativer Player aus hochwertigem Panamastroh,Feine Flechtung,Schmale Krempe mit leicht aufgestelltem Rand,Hingucker mit farbiger Krempe,Mehrfarbig gestreifte Ripsbandgarnitur farbig passend zur Krempe,Krempenbreite: ca. 5 cm,Kronenhöhe: ca. 10,5 cm,Angenehm weiches Futterband,Handgefertigt in Ecuador,...
A crime caper in the tradition of Elmore Leonard and Carl Hiaasen, this fast and funny debut is the story of "Shake" Bouchon, fresh out of prison and ready for life on the straight and narrow—well, maybe after one last job.... When Charles "Shake" Bouchon, professional wheel man, walks out of prison after a three-year stretch for grand theft auto, he's got only two problems: he's too nice a guy for the life he's led and not nice enough for any other. So he says yes when he's asked to run a simple errand for his former boss and lover, Alexandra Ilandryan, the formidable pakhan of the Armenian mob in Los Angeles. All Shake has to do is deliver a package to Las Vegas and pick up a briefcase. Only the package turns out to be a wholesome young housewife named Gina whose husband has run afoul of Dick Moby, aka "The Whale", an unpleasant 400-pound Vegas strip-club owner. Shake hates to think what's going to happen to Gina when he delivers her to The Whale, so in a move that's as noble as it is boneheaded, he decides to set her free. Now Shake and Gina are on the run to Panama, hoping to unload the very valuable—and highly unusual—contents of The Whale's briefcase. Shake could end up a rich man, but first he'll have to outmaneuver two angry crime bosses, a murderous Armenian thug plagued by erectile superfunction, a former pro football player who blames Shake for his romantic woes, and a billionaire swindler with a flair for the theatrical. Not to mention, and not the least, Shake will need to survive his own heart, since he's going to discover that wholesome housewife Gina is even more intriguing, and a lot more complicated, than he ever imagined. Full of blindsided double-crosses and hard shots to the head, Gutshot Straight is a tale of love, luck, and larceny against the odds. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Edoardo Ballerini. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/003237/bk_adbl_003237_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Zeitloser Player aus original Panamastroh,Angenehm leichtes und weiches Material,Hautsympathisch und atmungsaktiv,Schmale Krempe mit leicht aufgestelltem Rand,Ripsbandgarnitur mit seitlicher Schleife und Stetson-Pin,Krone innen mit Futterstoff verstärkt,Krempenbreite: ca. 5 cm,Kronenhöhe: ca. 9 cm,Komfortabel gepolstertes Futterband,Handgeflochten in Ecuador,...
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! José Prado Macías Salazar is a Major League Baseball player who is currently a free agent. Macias has played for the Detroit Tigers, Montreal Expos, and Chicago Cubs. Macias is known as being a utility player, as he has played third base, shortstop, second base, and all three outfield positions in his career. He is also the emergency catcher if needed, but has not played in a major league game at catcher at any point in his career. He has pitched in his home country of Panama, and has expressed a desire to play all nine positions in a game if at any point his team can afford it
Edler Player aus original Panamastroh,Das hochwertige Material wird aus den Blättern der Toquilla Pflanze in Ecuador gewonnen,Leicht aufgestellter Rand,Ripsbandgarnitur mit dekorativer Kordel und Stetson-Pin,Krone innen mit Futterstoff verstärkt,Krempenbreite: ca. 6 cm,Kronenhöhe: ca. 10,5 cm,Komfortables Futterband,Handgefertigt in Ecuador,...
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Avelino Asprilla Padilla (born January 1, 1981 in Panama City, Panama) is a former minor league baseball player who is perhaps most notable for playing for Panama in multiple international baseball events, including the 2009 World Baseball Classic. Asprilla played professionally in the minor leagues from 1999 to 2006 in the Pittsburgh Pirates and Philadelphia Phillies organizations. He began his professional career in 1999 for the VSL Pirates, hitting .337 with 30 stolen bases. That year, he led the league in triples, with five.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. James Deery, Jr. (November 3, 1921 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA - December 21, 2007 in Winter Park, Florida) was a minor league baseball player and manager. A second baseman, he played from 1948 to 1957, hitting .265 with 184 doubles, 59 triples and 20 home runs in 1,092 games. He had 1,089 hits. From 1953 to 1957, Deery also managed. He skippered the Mattoon Phillies in 1953, leading them to the playoffs, though they lost in the first round. He led the Bradford Phillies in 1954, the Waycross Bears in 1955, the Waycross Braves in 1956 and the Panama City Fliers in 1957. That year, he led them to a co-league championship.
Roger I. Villarreal Deago (born June 21, 1977 in Monagrillo, Panama) is a baseball player who last played professionally in 2008. He played in Major League Baseball for the San Diego Padres in 2003, and has also played in numerous international baseball events as well. Deago was signed as an amateur free agent by the Padres in 2002, and in 2003 he made his professional debut. He spent most of the 2003 season with the Mobile BayBears, going 8-7 with a 4.03 ERA in 26 games (20 starts) with them. On May 10, 2003, he made his big league debut against the New York Mets. He pitched well in his first big league game, allowing two runs on five hits and three walks in six innings of work, coming away with a no-decision.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Rodney Cline "Rod" Carew (born October 1, 1945) is a former Major League Baseball player. A member of the Baseball Hall of Fame, he is renowned for his hitting prowess. Carew played for the Minnesota Twins and the former California Angels from 1967 to 1985. He threw right-handed and batted left-handed.Carew is a Zonian and was born to a Panamanian mother on a train in the town of Gatún, which, at that time, was in the Panama Canal Zone. The train was racially segregated, white passengers were given the better forward cars, while non-whites, like Carew''s mother, were forced to ride in the rearward cars. When she went into labor, a physician traveling on the train, Dr. Rodney Cline, delivered the baby, who was named Rodney Cline Carew in appreciation.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Osvaldo (Quijano) Chavarria (born August 5, 1937, Colón, Panama) is a former Major League Baseball player. When he made his major league debut with the Kansas City Athletics on April 14, 1966, he became the thirteenth Panamanian born baseball player to make it to the majors. Chavarria lied about his age, claiming to have been born in 1940 when he originally signed as an amateur free agent with the Chicago Cubs in 1959. After one season with the Cubs organization, he was acquired by the A's in a minor league transaction prior to the 1960 season.