Miami Purity Author: Vicki Hendricks Publication Date:2007 Hot and scrappy Sherri Parlay gives up her life of depravity, and with the best intentions, finds a respectable job as a dry cleaner in hopes for a decent future. But nature and nurture plot against her when she meets the beautiful, tortured, and rich young Payne, who temps her with the love and life she never thought possible. Beats, Worth Reading, Dry Cleaners, Book Worth, Rich Young, Amazing Reading, 50 Shades, Well Written, Miami Book
Miracle Over Miami Author: Dan Schlossberg Publication Date:2004 Nobody gave the Marlins a chance. The experts said their manager was too old, their pitching was too young, and their ownership was too frugal to compete against experienced opponents with deeper pockets.
Miami's Criminal Past Uncovered Author: Sergio Bustos & Luisa Yanez Publication Date:2007 From Scarface to Miami Vice, Hollywood has created indelible images of Miami's criminal underworld. Yet beyond the lurid depictions exists a fascinating history of dramatic true-life crimes-tales of vigilante justice, family tragedies, politically motivated homicides and rampageous cross-country killers.
Miami Babylon Author: Gerald Posner Publication Date:2009 Description: Here, in all its neon-colored glory, is the never-before-told story of the making of Miami Beach. Gerald Posner, author of the groundbreaking investigations Case Closed and Why America Slept, has uncovered the hair-raising political-financial-criminal history of the Beach and reveals a tale that, in the words of one character, "makes Scarface look like a documentary."
Miami Trends and Traditions Author: Roberto Schezen and Beth Dunlop Publication Date:1996 Description: The most beautiful and important examples of architecture in Miami, America's tourist mecca, are presented in 165 stunning photographs of building interiors, exteriors, and gardens. For architecture enthusiasts, fans of America, romantics and travelers.
Miami City Of The Future Author: T.D. Allman Publication Date:1987 It is a major world metropolis, born in a swamp and still rough around the edges, and it has captured America's imagination - perhaps, as prize-winning journalist T.D. Allman points out, because "practically everything one says about Miami, both good and bad, is true."
Miami The Way We Were Author: Howard Kleinberg Publication Date: 1989 By a wonderful stroke of luck, Miami had a newspaper before it became a city, and therefore Miami's birth is recorded in print, an advantage few other cities have enjoyed. The idea of utilizing this resource in articles about Miami's history occurred to Howard Kleinberg, editor of The Miami News, in the spring of 1981. He though, why not use a prime source: history as it was happening for his book Miami The Way We Were.