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The Man with Candy
Author: Jack Olsen
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439128707
Pages: 256
Year: 2008-06-30
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The mass murder of almost thirty young boys in Houston may well have been the most heinous crime of the century. How could such a series of murders go undetected for almost three years before being exposed? The Man with the Candy is a brilliant investigative journalist's story of the crime and the answer to that question. The night David Hilligiest didn't come home was both like and unlike other nights when other Houston boys disappeared between the years 1971 and 1973. At three in the morning the police were called, but they just said that boys were running away from the best of homes nowadays and that they'd list David as a runaway. No, there would be no official search for the youngster. Aghast, the Hilligiests, in the months that followed, hired their own detective, put up posters, even sought the aid of clairvoyants. But David never did come home again because, along with at least twenty-six other Houston boys, he had been murdered and buried by the homosexual owner of a candy factory, the mass murderer of the century, Dean Corll, according to his two teenage confessed accomplices, Elmer Wayne Henley, Jr., and David Brooks. Many of the young boys had not even been reported as missing, and the fact that they were dead would probably never have come to light had not one of the murderers confessed. For in Houston, where in a typical year the total number of murders is twice that of London despite the fact that London is six times as large and far more densely populated, missing persons and violence are likely to be considered commonplace. In the months before the trial of Henley and Brooks, Jack Olsen interviewed and probed for answers about the criminals, the victims and the city itself, which remained for the most part silent, angry and defensive. The result is a classic of true crime reportage.
The Candy Man of Houston: the Dean Corll Story
Author: Brian Lee Tucker
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 1508632057
Pages: 130
Year: 2015-02-26
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Dean Corll was an electrician for Houston Power and Light, but most of Henley's friends knew him as the Candy Man, so named because he had labored for years in the candy manufacturing plant that he and his mother had once owned. Corll was famous for giving away candy to the kids. Little did they know that 'the Candy man of Houston' was in fact a sadistic, cruel, remorseless rapist and murderer. Between September 25, 1970–August 3, 1973, Corll killed at least 28 young men and boys, and the actual number of victims may have been more than thirty. They were all systematically lured into his trap and then beaten, tortured, raped and strangled to death, and most victims found bore evidence of sexual torture: pubic hairs had been plucked out, genitals had been chewed, objects had been inserted into their rectums, and glass rods had been shoved into their penis and smashed. In the aftermath, two young men, Elmer Wayne Henley and David Brooks, Corll's two main accomplices in the heinous crimes, confessed that they had been forced to participate against their will, and Corll himself – by now having been shot dead by Henley – was the lone culprit in the torturous murders. But was he? Author Brian Lee Tucker – having culled information from documented interviews, taped confessions, newspaper coverage, magazine articles, court transcripts, provides an in depth, behind the scenes look into who the real culprits were the crimes, which at the time of their discovery, the Houston Mass Murders were considered the worst example of serial murder in American history.
Man Candy and Cupcakes
Author: Babe Scott
Publisher: Babe Media
ISBN: 0984452753
Pages: 104
Year: 2014-12-01
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Man Candy and Cupcakes brings brawn to baking. Do you like hot guys as much as you like hot baked goods? Well, then this is the book for you! Man Candy and Cupcakes will whet your appetite in more ways than one. Not only does it feature the most seductive cupcake recipes of all time, but it showcases them alongside the most mouthwatering, most abtastic guys ever seen outside of early episodes of Baywatch. This book is guaranteed to get you drooling!
Candy Man
Author: Amy Lane
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
ISBN: 1632166798
Pages: 136
Year: 2014-12-03
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With the holidays approaching, Adam is going to have to ask himself which is harder—letting Finn in or living without him?
Candy
Author: Terry Southern, Mason Hoffenberg
Publisher: Grove Press
ISBN: 0802134297
Pages: 224
Year: 1996
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Banned upon its initial publication, the now-classic Candy is a romp of a story about the impossibly sweet Candy Christian, a wide-eyed, luscious, all-American girl. Candy -- a satire of Voltaire’s Candide -- chronicles her adventures with mystics, sexual analysts, and everyone she meets when she sets out to experience the world.
Man Candy
Author: Melanie Harlow
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1534601902
Pages: 292
Year: 2016-06-10
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He's back. Not just back in town, but living in the flat right beneath mine. And he looks good enough to eat, which is just one more reason to stay away from him. But I can't resist. The sex is incredible (pretty sure we've shaken the house right off its foundation), but he can't fool me-not this time. A degree in marketing and five years in advertising have taught me that "true love" is a fairy tale used to sell lipstick, diamonds, and perfume. It doesn't exist. He thinks I'm wrong, and he wants to prove it. I think he's crazy, so I dare him to try. It might be the biggest mistake of my life.
Pig Candy
Author: Lise Funderburg
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416566015
Pages: 304
Year: 2008-05-13
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Pig Candy is the poignant and often comical story of a grown daughter getting to know her dying father in his last months. During a series of visits with her father to the South he'd escaped as a young black man, Lise Funderburg, the mixed-race author of the acclaimed Black, White, Other, comes to understand his rich and difficult background and the conflicting choices he has had to make throughout his life. Lise Funderburg is a child of the '60s, a white-looking mixed-race girl raised in an integrated Philadelphia neighborhood. As a child, she couldn't imagine what had made her father so strict, demanding, and elusive; about his past she knew only that he had grown up in the Jim Crow South and fled its brutal oppression as a young man. Then, just as she hits her forties, her father is diagnosed with advanced and terminal cancer -- an event that leads father and daughter together on a stream of pilgrimages to his hometown in rural Jasper County, Georgia. As her father's escort, proxy, and, finally, nurse, Funderburg encounters for the first time the fragrant landscape and fraught society -- and the extraordinary food -- of his childhood. In succulent, evocative, and sometimes tart prose, the author brings to life a fading rural South of pecan groves, family-run farms, and pork-laden country cuisine. She chronicles small-town relationships that span generations, the dismantling of her own assumptions about when race does and doesn't matter, and the quiet segregation that persists to this day. As Funderburg discovers the place and people her father comes from, she also, finally, gets to know her magnetic, idiosyncratic father himself. Her account of their thorny but increasingly close relationship is full of warmth, humor, and disarming candor. In one of his last grand actsFunderburg's father recruits his children, neighbors, and friends to throw a pig roast -- an unforgettable meal that caps an unforgettable portrait of a man enjoying his life and loved ones right up through his final days. Pig Candy takes readers on a stunning journey that becomes a universal investigation of identity and a celebration of the human will, familial love, and, ultimately, life itself.
The Candy Shop War
Author: Brandon Mull
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481411195
Pages: 384
Year: 2014-06-10
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When fifth-graders Nate, Summer, Trevor, and Pigeon meet the new candy store owner Mrs. White, she gives them magical candy that endows them with super powers, but soon they find that along with these benefits are dangerous consequences.
Candy
Author: Kevin Brooks
Publisher: Chicken House
ISBN: 1909489212
Pages: 368
Year: 2014-07-03
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Joe is hooked from the moment he sees Candy. What is it that catches his eye? Is it her hair, her smile, or just the way she's standing? When they chat over coffee there's an instant attraction - but can love ever be this sweet?
Man Candy
Author: Jessica Lemmon
Publisher: Loveswept
ISBN: 1101969393
Pages: 212
Year: 2018-01-09
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Is there room for two in that sleeping bag? When it comes to love, a chiseled loner takes the scenic route in this irresistible standalone from the author of Eye Candy (“Truly the perfect romantic comedy.”—Lauren Layne). Dax: After spending months buried up to my eyeballs in my family’s affairs, I’m ready for a break. The kind of break where I can spend two solid weeks camping and fishing in the company of absolutely no one. Then I find myself directly in the path of a drop-dead gorgeous tornado by the name of Becca Stone. Who can resist a night with a damsel in distress? Especially when she happens to be a leggy blonde? The last thing I expect is for Becca to show up on my cabin doorstep the next night, shivering in the rain and ready for seconds. Becca: One minute I’m admiring the rock-hard jaw of the Magic Mike lookalike who walks into my bar, and the next I’m getting fired by my own brother. Loudly. In front of everyone. Luckily Dax Vaughn is a gentleman who aims his white-hot smile at me. Oh, it’s on. Wham, bam, thank you ma’am. Then a torrential storm washes out the main road and causes a massive power outage, giving us two whole weeks to enjoy each other’s company. At which point Dax will go back home, leaving “us” in the rearview mirror. That’s the plan. Or it was . . . until I started falling for him. Look for Jessica Lemmon’s standalone romances with heartfelt HEAs: FIGHTING FOR DEVLIN | FORGOTTEN PROMISES | SHUT UP AND KISS ME | EYE CANDY | ARM CANDY | MAN CANDY Praise for Man Candy “Becca and Dax’s instant chemistry is enhanced by their growing emotional bond. Readers will want more of this charming couple.”—Publishers Weekly “A sexy one-night stand turns deep and you can’t help being drawn right in with these fabulous characters.”—USA Today bestselling author Kate Meader “Explosive chemistry, real characters, and a lot of heart—Man Candy gave me all the feels!”—USA Today bestselling author Stacey Kennedy “Seriously, who wouldn’t want to be rained in a mountain cabin with a sexy, gorgeous, sex god? . . . This is my ideal vacation and I loved it.”—Smitten with Reading “I adored this read and couldn’t put it down.”—Books According to Abby This standalone novel includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.
Convict's Candy
Author: Damon Amin Meadows, Jason Poole
Publisher:
ISBN: 0974298220
Pages: 272
Year: 2006
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CONVICT'S CANDY is based on a teen-aged, pre-op transsexual named Candy, who gets arrested and sent to federal prison exactly one week before her scheduled sex-change operation. Still having male organs, Candy is housed with strong, masculine, handsome male inmates who haven t been around or touched a woman in years. Candy soon finds herself being caught in several love affairs with men with families, girlfriends and wives at home waiting for them to be released. But Candy doesn t kiss and tell; she understands the code of silence: what happens in prison stays in prison... . CONVICT'S CANDY deals with sexual identity, prostitution and homosexuality within the prison system, the interactions and relationships between the inmates and officers, infidelity and most importantly, explains how the HIV virus spreads rampantly within the prison. It also reveals how the dangerous and deadly disease is transmitted within society, when infected inmates are released to go home.
Candy Man
Author: Vincent King
Publisher:
ISBN: 0575007621
Pages: 250
Year: 1971
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Hard Candy
Author: Andrew Vachss
Publisher: Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
ISBN: 0375719040
Pages: 256
Year: 2001-09-25
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In this mercilessly compelling thriller, Burke—the private eye, sting artist, and occasional hit man who metes out a cruelly ingenious vengeance on those who victimize children—is up against a soft-spoken messiah, who may be rescuing runaways or recruiting them for his own hideous purposes. But in doing so Burke becomes a target for an entire Mafia family, a whore with a heart of cyanide, and a contract killer as implacable as a heat-seeking missile. Written with Vachss's signature narrative overdrive—and his unnerving familiarity with the sub-basement of American crime—Hard Candy is vintage Burke.
Alligator Candy
Author: David Kushner
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451682638
Pages: 256
Year: 2016-03-15
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From award-winning journalist David Kushner, a regular contributor to Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, and Vanity Fair, Alligator Candy is “a raw story about courage, survival, and most certainly about love” (Tampa Bay Times). David Kushner grew up in the suburbs of Florida in the early 1970s, running wild with his friends, exploring, riding bikes, and disappearing into the nearby woods for hours at a time. One morning in 1973, however, everything changed when David’s older brother Jon took a short bike trip to the local convenience store. He never returned. Alligator Candy is the story of Jon’s murder at the hands of two sadistic drifters, and everything that happened after. Jon’s death was one of the first in what turned out to be a rash of child abductions and murders that dominated headlines for much of the 1970s and 80s. It was around this the time that milk cartons began to feature the images of missing children, and newscasters began asking, “It’s 10:00, do you know where you children are?” Alligator Candy chronicles Jon’s story, but also tells how parenting in America has changed, casting light on the transition between two generations of children—one raised on freedom, the other on fear. “Parents today can understand the love, hope, and fear Kushner so eloquently describes in this account of one family’s transcendent courage in the face of crushing pain” (Bookpage, “Top Ten Book of the Month”). Alligator Candy is a disturbing, insightful, and inspiring meditation on grief, growth, and what childhood has become: “not only a memorial to a brother tragically deprived of his right to live; but also a meditation on the courage necessary to live freely in a world riven by pain, suffering, and evil” (Kirkus Reviews).
Laughing on the Outside
Author: Martin Knelman
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1466878436
Pages: 272
Year: 2014-08-19
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Funny and gentle, John Candy was loved by millions of movie fans for playing true-to-life characters. Whether as the irrepressible bon vivant in Splash, the misunderstood slob in Uncle Buck, or the generous lonely salesman in Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, John Candy struck a perfect balance between self-deprecating humor and irresistible, emotional warmth. But behind the scenes, beneath the booming laughter, award-winning journalist Martin Knelman in Laughing on the Outside paints a compassionate portrait of John Candy--a man blessed by comic genius and goodness of heart who was ultimately and sadly undermined by self-doubt and misguided ambition.

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