LED Party-Lampe Havana Club Diese originelle Lampe ist auf jeder Party ein echter Hingucker. Durch den LED Untersetzer kann sie im schnellen Wechsel in 4 verschiedenen Farben leuchten (blau, grün, rot, gelb). Grün und Blau sind hierbei am stärksten. Rot und Gelb werden recht schnell überblendet. Es ist ein sehr weiches, angenehmes Licht. Gefüllt ist die Flasche mit Aqualinos Dekokugeln, welche die Leuchtkraft um ein vielfaches verstärken. Der LED Untersetzer hat zusätzlich einen Leuchtring. Betrieben wird der Untersetzer durch 3 AA Batterien, die nicht im Lieferumfang enthalten sind. LIEFERUMFANG Flasche gefüllt mit Aqualinos Dekokugeln LED Untersetzer
Berlin, 1934: Bernie Gunther, who has quit the police force because he refuses to join the Nazi Party, is soon swept into this world of double-dealing, corruption, and danger, caught between competing forces. Havana, 1954: Batista, aided by the CIA, has just seized power. Bernie has resurfaced in Cuba with a new life. But he soon runs into an old enemy, who is mysteriously murdered not long afterward-and an old lover, who may be the killer. Philip Kerr is the author of nineteen previous novels including A Quiet Flame and The One from the Other.
What Columbus started in 1492 was finished in 1898, when the red and gold flag was lowered at Havana to mark the end of four centuries of Spanish dominance in the Caribbean. For two and a half centuries after the Pope divided the world between Spain and Portugal, the navies of Britain, France, Spain, and occasionally the Netherlands fought in the Caribbean. Most of the islands changed hands at least once. Europe discovered the delights of coffee, tea and cocoa; sugar boomed; fortunes were made and lost; the slave trade flourished. But after the Napoleonic Wars prosperity receded, the conscience of the world awoke and slavery was abolished, ending the halcyon days of European colonialism in the Indies. A Family of Islands is full of fabulous people: Drake; Hawkins; Raleigh; Philip II of Spain; Elizabeth I; Henry Morgan, the pirate who was later knighted and made governor of Jamaica; Haiti´s tragic trio: Toussaint L´Ouverture, Dessalines, and Henri Christophe. It is full of stories about witch doctors and obeah spells and the unspeakable abominations of the slave trade. With a sure sense of the exciting, Alec Waugh has written a perceptive and entertaining account of the history and humanity of a vivid part of the world where life can be as tranquil as a sunbeam or as tumultuous as a hurricane. Alec Waugh (1898-1981) was a British novelist born in London and educated at Sherborne Public School, Dorset. Waugh’s first novel, The Loom of Youth (1917), is a semi-autobiographical account of public-school life that caused some controversy at the time and led to his expulsion. Waugh was the only boy ever to be expelled from The Old Shirburnian Society. Despite setting this record, Waugh went on to become the successful author of over 50 works, and lived in many exotic places throughout his life which later became the settings for some of his texts. He was also a noted wine connoisseur and campaigned to make the cocktail party a regu... ungekürzt. Language: English. Narrator: Alex Hyde-White. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/009313de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.