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The Private Secretary

Author : Katharine Gibbs school
ISBN : PSU:000057756127
Genre : Private secretaries
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The Private Secretary

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The Private Secretary

Author : Edward Jones Kilduff
ISBN : WISC:89096434006
Genre : Private secretaries
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The Private Secretary

Author : Jemadari Vi-Bee-Kil Kilele
ISBN : 9781426937309
Genre : Fiction
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The Private Secretary is an explosive and action-packed drama. It excels in exposing endemic evils of our modern society in all its profundity. To some extent, it shows that the misbehaviour of an individual can cause a chain-reaction in the milieu that he dwells. Mr. Maseko is the epitome of a boss who uses his fiscal power to act as it pleases him. He breaks teenagers' hearts and braggarts within the human society as an untouchable. While he is away on "business errands", his private secretary; Ms Dada faces a mamouth task in shielding all the assaults launched by his multiple ennemies. Through different scenes and acts, anyone who behaves like Mr Maseko discovers a kind of truth tha scathes one's ears and that becomes consciously unbearable. The comical ingredients in the opening scene may lead the reader astray; but as one progresses, one discovers that the book is indeed provocative, acerbic, daring and satirical. It is a portrait of character. About the Author Jemadari Vi-Bee-Kil Kilele was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Notwithstanding his country of birth, Jemadari’s academic background as well as his extensive traveling in many countries has enabled him to speak and write fluently in both English and French. as an erudite enthusiast, he holds a Masters Degree in Education Sciences, a Diploma in Project Management, a Certificate in Diamond Evaluation and Expertise, a Diploma in Management Development, and a Certificate of Achievement in Leadership Management from the Dale Carnegie Institute. His literary skills gained expression through intensive and profound readership, which culminated in the production of a variety of literary works. He received an International Poet of Merit Award in the year 1995 in Washington DC which facilitated his acceptance as a member of the International Society of Poets operating from the USA. In 1998, Mtu’s published “The Afrikan Tales” which is a collection of short stories compiled by Mr. J. Kilele. Minerva Press in England published his first play, “The Serial Killer”, a powerful and moving account of our contemporary headline events, in 2000. It seeks to explore the current theme of HIV/AIDS. “The Trail of Satan” an intriguing summary of accusations and defense, which attempts to open up, a debate on the spiritual embodiment of good and evil, is currently under review.

The Private Secretary

Author : George Sand
ISBN : 0820474843
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Romantic novelist George Sand - friend of Balzac, Hugo, and Liszt, and lover of Musset and Chopin - wrote this novel in 1834 in Paris and Venice, during her tumultuous affair with Musset. Through this story of a princess, the absolute ruler of an imaginary kingdom, Sand explores issues of leadership by women, male jealousy, and the problems faced by women who want both political power and committed relationships. "The Private Secretary (Le Secretaire intime)" speaks to the concerns of contemporary women who want to -have it all-, and is appropriate for courses in women's studies as well as French literature in translation."

The Private Secretary

Author : Summer Devon
ISBN : 153987284X
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Down on his luck and desperate for employment, Ezra Seton is offered only one job: to work in the house of a heartless bully, the very man who drove Ezra's lover away. Gritting his teeth, Ezra takes the position. But neither the new job nor the master of house are close to what he expected. Still, he vows to keep his distance, no matter how difficult maintaining his composure in the face of relentless drollery becomes. Robert Demme's pleasure-seeking days are over. Having rescued his cousin Ambrose from a lunatic asylum, he expends much of his energy pacifying the fragile eccentric. Hiring an assistant offers some relief-and also intriguing temptation. Unfortunately, the fascinating Seton apparently loathes him. Determined to discover the reason, Robert uses his considerable wit to get under the man's skin, stunned when his plan backfires. Instead of unraveling the stalwart secretary, Robert has undone himself. All he's accomplished is a deepening his own interest. Perhaps he senses Robert's not-so-innocent attraction. When the two spend the night together in an inn, their mutual desire proves too strong. The secretary and the gentleman succumb to lust. But when Ezra's old flame reappears and the cousin's experiments go awry, it's a battle to discover which will win the day: love or lunacy.

Private Secretary His Duties

Author : Edward Jones Kilduff
ISBN : 1371885974
Genre : History
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