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Author : David A. Bednar
Publisher :
Release : 2017
Page : 168
Category : Church work
ISBN 13 : 9781629723822
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Author : Gilbert Morris
Publisher : Crossway
Release : 2000
Page : 286
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 9781581341928
Description :

Christian Library of Lancaster Collection.

Author : Nicholas Bush
Publisher : Apollo Publishers
Release : 2018-11-13
Page : 248
Category : Psychology
ISBN 13 : 1948062178
Description :

A passionate and heart-wrenching memoir of tragedy and perseverance from a former opioid addict in an opioid addicted community, and an up-close look at America’s new health crisis. Behind closed doors, thirty-six million people around the world abuse opioids, three million of them are in the US. Nick Bush was one of them. Forty-five thousand people in the US die annually from the disease, two lives lost to it were Nick’s sister and brother, three were his friends. Opioid addiction is recognized as the nation’s worst health crisis. Because of it, the average American lifespan is decreasing. Incredibly, the stories of the people suffering from opioid addiction rarely get told. In One by One, Nick steps out of the opioid shadows to share his page-turning true story. He is remarkably candid about how he became an addict, as well as the stories of those around him, in a community ravaged by the disease. Nick, though, is a survivor. Here he tells how, and inspires us to know that the war against opioid addiction is one that we can win if only we are willing to bring humanity to the disease, faces to the addiction.

Author : Dee H. Dodgson
Publisher : Dee Dodgson
Release : 2011
Page : 68
Category : Adventure stories
ISBN 13 : 9780956635914
Description :

Eighteen tiny, wild Dinker bears set out in search of a new home. They are making their way to a forest, which they've been told about, but the journey is full of dangers. After a fierce storm washes them away in a mudslide and takes their leader, can Shylo hold them together to face the many hazards that await them?

Author : D.W. Gillespie
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release : 2019-09-26
Page : 240
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 1787581675
Description :

The Easton family has just moved into their new fixer-upper, a beautiful old house that they bought at a steal, and Alice, the youngest of the family, is excited to explore the strange, new place. Her excitement turns to growing dread as she discovers a picture hidden under the old wallpaper, a child’s drawing of a family just like hers. Soon after, members of the family begin to disappear, each victim marked on the child’s drawing with a dark black X. It’s up to her to unlock the grim mystery of the house before she becomes the next victim. FLAME TREE PRESS is the new fiction imprint of Flame Tree Publishing. Launched in 2018 the list brings together brilliant new authors and the more established; the award winners, and exciting, original voices.

Author : Chris Carter
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release : 2013-08-15
Page : 512
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 0857203096
Description :

FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE SUNDAY TIMES NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER THE CALLER. Detective Robert Hunter of the LAPD's Homicide Special Section receives an anonymous call asking him to go to a specific web address - a private broadcast. Hunter logs on and a horrific show devised for his eyes only immediately begins. The LAPD, together with the FBI, use everything at their disposal to electronically trace the transmission down, but this killer is no amateur, and he has covered his tracks from start to finish. And before Hunter and his partner Garcia are even able to get their investigation going, Hunter receives a new phone call. A new website address. A new victim. But this time the killer has upgraded his game so that anyone can take part ... Praise for Chris Carter: 'A touch of Patricia Cornwell about Chris Carter's plotting' Mail on Sunday 'Gripping . . . not for the squeamish' Heat 'A page-turner' Express 'You will not be able to stop until you have finished'***** Crimesquad

Author : Judith Miller
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release : 2012-01-24
Page : 320
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 1451684630
Description :

Six million Jews died in Europe, and the Holocaust lives on in the minds of those individuals who survived the worst genocide the world has ever known. One, by One, by One is a masterwork—a stark and haunting exploration of how people rationalize history, how rationalization gives birth to lies, how the victims are blamed, and history's horrors are forgotten.

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Publisher : Pelican Publishing
Release :
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Category :
ISBN 13 : 1455603589
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Author : Gordon A. Martin
Publisher : Univ. Press of Mississippi
Release : 2011-01-05
Page : 272
Category : Social Science
ISBN 13 : 9781604737905
Description :

Forrest County, Mississippi, became a focal point of the civil rights movement when, in 1961, the United States Justice Department filed a lawsuit against its voting registrar Theron Lynd. While thirty percent of the county’s residents were black, only twelve black persons were on its voting rolls. United States v. Lynd was the first trial that resulted in the conviction of a southern registrar for contempt of court. The case served as a model for other challenges to voter discrimination in the South, and was an important influence in shaping the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Count Them One by One is a comprehensive account of the groundbreaking case written by one of the Justice Department’s trial attorneys. Gordon A. Martin, Jr., then a newly-minted lawyer, traveled to Hattiesburg from Washington to help shape the federal case against Lynd. He met with and prepared the government’s sixteen black witnesses who had been refused registration, found white witnesses, and was one of the lawyers during the trial. Decades later, Martin returned to Mississippi and interviewed the still-living witnesses, their children, and friends. Martin intertwines these current reflections with commentary about the case itself. The result is an impassioned, cogent fusion of reportage, oral history, and memoir about a trial that fundamentally reshaped liberty and the South.

Author : Deirdre Madden
Publisher : Faber & Faber
Release : 2009-10-29
Page : 192
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 057125456X
Description :

One by One in the Darkness is an account of a week in the lives of three sisters shortly before the start of the IRA ceasefire in 1994, undercut with the story of their childhood in Northern Ireland of the 1960s and 1970s. The history of both a family and a society, One by One in the Darkness confirms Deirdre Madden's reputation as one of Irish fiction's most outstanding talents. 'Her authority when writing on her native Northern Ireland is supreme . . . beautifully written . . . an author with a rare talent . . . haunting and beautiful.' Literary Review 'No other book has left me with such a lasting impression of the hurt of Northern Ireland.' Sunday Tribune 'Ambitious and wide-ranging . . . skilfully constructed . . . particularly good at the way in which the past constructs the present, how intense memories transfigure current experience . . . A quiet and effective psychological realism.' Independent on Sunday

Author : Pat Alter
Bernie Alter
Publisher : Travelers' Tales
Release : 2013-07-20
Page : 352
Category : Travel
ISBN 13 : 1609520483
Description :

Take some Inca, Aztec, Maya, and Moche, mix in Spanish, French, English, Dutch and Danish, stir it to the rhythmic beat of Africa and what do you get? A zesty brew, expressed in a callaloo soup of language, food, music, and religion. So much passion, so much sorrow. What seems familiar in the Americas often is not. For Peace Corps Volunteers, there is nothing to do but learn the language, roll up their sleeves, and get busy working alongside strangers who steal their hearts away. These stories take you on overland journeys to the Amazon Basin, into a village in Honduras terrorized by insurgent forces, and to the ball fields of Ecuador for an unusual game of "beisbol."

Author : Ruth Ware
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release : 2020-09-08
Page : 384
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 1501192388
Description :

From Ruth Ware, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of In a Dark, Dark Wood, The Woman in Cabin 10, The Lying Game, The Death of Mrs. Westaway, and The Turn of the Key, comes her highly anticipated sixth novel. Getting snowed in at a luxurious, rustic ski chalet high in the French Alps doesn’t sound like the worst problem in the world. Especially when there’s a breathtaking vista, a full-service chef and housekeeper, a cozy fire to keep you warm, and others to keep you company. Unless that company happens to be eight coworkers…each with something to gain, something to lose, and something to hide. When the cofounder of Snoop, a trendy London-based tech startup, organizes a weeklong trip for the team in the French Alps, it starts out as a corporate retreat like any other: PowerPoint presentations and strategy sessions broken up by mandatory bonding on the slopes. But as soon as one shareholder upends the agenda by pushing a lucrative but contentious buyout offer, tensions simmer and loyalties are tested. The storm brewing inside the chalet is no match for the one outside, however, and a devastating avalanche leaves the group cut off from all access to the outside world. Even worse, one Snooper hadn’t made it back from the slopes when the avalanche hit. As each hour passes without any sign of rescue, panic mounts, the chalet grows colder, and the group dwindles further…one by one.

Author : Linda Lee
Publisher : Simon & Schuster
Release : 1977
Page : 350
Category : Bioterrorism
ISBN 13 : 9780671228224
Description :

Suspense: Two thrill seekers grow their own botulism culture and begin killing off New York City.

Author : Robert Edward Francillon
Publisher :
Release : 1883
Page : 317
Category :
ISBN 13 :
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Author : Gina Dalfonzo
Publisher : Baker Books
Release : 2017-06-20
Page : 240
Category : Religion
ISBN 13 : 149340928X
Description :

There are now more single adults than married adults in the United States, yet the evangelical church continues to focus primarily on serving couples and families with ministries geared toward their particular needs. This can lead, however unintentionally, to the marginalization of adults who are single by choice, divorce, or death, or who are simply not yet married. Families are a good thing, but so are all of God's people, and singles long to be lovingly integrated into the Body of Christ. In One by One, Gina Dalfonzo explores common misconceptions and stereotypes about singles, including the idea that they must be single because something is wrong with them, and the subtle (and not-so-subtle) ways they are devalued, like when sermons focus overmuch on navigating marital relationships or raising children. She shows how the church of Paul, who commended those who remained single, became the church where singles are too often treated like second class Christians. Then she explores what the church is doing right, what unique services singles can offer the church, and, most importantly, what the church can do to love and support the singles in their midst.

Author : Sarah Cain
Publisher : Crooked Lane Books
Release : 2017-03-14
Page : 336
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 1683310896
Description :

Philadelphia journalist Danny Ryan is finally getting his life together. Two and a half years after losing his family, he's moved to a new house, started working again, and even began getting close to fellow reporter Alex Burton. Then an old high school acquaintance, Greg Moss, shows up asking for help. He's been getting threatening text messages, and he's not the only one. Other members of Danny's high school class have gotten the same messages, and now they're dead. And then Greg becomes the next victim. Between shady political connections and crooked land deals in his real estate business, Greg had plenty to hide, but it might have been an incident from his youth that led to his death. Now Danny finds himself drawn down the dark corridors of his own life as he tries to put together the lost memories from one fateful high school party all those years ago. But when Danny receives a text of his own, it's a race to find the truth before the killer, much like his own past, can catch up to him in One by One, the electrifying follow-up to Sarah Cain's The 8th Circle.

Author : Thomas Kyte
Publisher : Apress
Release : 2006-11-10
Page : 1328
Category : Computers
ISBN 13 : 9781430200192
Description :

* A proven best-seller by the most recognized Oracle expert in the world. * The best Oracle book ever written. It defines what Oracle really is, and why it is so powerful. * Inspired by the thousands of questions Tom has answered on his http://asktom.oracle.com site. It tackles the problems that developers and DBAs struggle with every day. * Provides everything you need to know to program correctly with the database and exploit its feature-set effectively.

Author : Simon Kernick
Publisher : Random House
Release : 2015-04-29
Page : 50
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 1473535093
Description :

One week, three digital shorts. The second part in a direct to digital short-story in a murder mystery three-part thriller from the bestselling author of Ultimatum, Stay Alive and The Final Minute. Six ex school-friends met together on a remote island being stalked by an unseen killer, and unable to contact help. But who is after them and why? As the body count mounts, it becomes clear that at least one member of the group can’t be trusted. And the surviving members need to figure out who it is before it’s too late.

Author : Simon Kernick
Publisher : Random House
Release : 2015-04-27
Page : 50
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 1473535085
Description :

One week, three digital shorts. The first part in a direct to digital short-story in a murder mystery three-part thriller from the bestselling author of Ultimatum, Stay Alive and The Final Minute. Six ex school-friends have been brought together on a remote island. They haven’t all been in contact since a fateful night twenty-one years ago, when their friend Rachel Skinner was found dead. The man arrested for her murder has now been acquitted, and the seven friends are fearing for their lives. But are they hiding from the right person? Or have they fallen into a deadly trap?

Author : Maurice Wohlgelernter
Publisher : Transaction Publishers
Release :
Page : 196
Category : Literary Criticism
ISBN 13 : 9781412826907
Description :

These essays on representative Jewish and Irish writers are true to the form's definition as an attempt or experiment rather than a credo. Wohlgelernter defines the author's "excited imagination" by thoroughgoing analysis of the work's constituent parts. He gives particular emphasis to the author's own words and expressions, those verbal inventions that linger in the mind long after the act of reading or criticism. He finds a passionate love of words and language forging a powerful link between Jewish and Irish literature, rooted as they are in similar historical experience. Both literatures engage the human struggle with life and death, virtue and weakness, success and failure, dreams and nightmares, all under the constant surveillance of tradition. Wohlgelernter divides his book into four general categories: the Holocaust, Jewish-American writers, Irish writers, and memoirs and autobiography. His chapters on Holocaust literature engage a range of literary perspectives that combine memoir, journalism, fiction, and philosophical reflection in the writings of Ladislas Fuks, Lucy Dawidowicz, Sabine Reichel, and Primo Levi. Chapters on postwar Jewish writers including Saul Bellow, Bernard Malamud, and Philip Roth explore the ambivalences of assimilation with its encroachments of a provincial past and dissatisfactions with mainstream culture. Wohlgelernter notes how all yoke street raciness and high cultural mandarin in a distinctive contribution to American prose style. A similar richness of language and preoccupation with the political and cultural claims of the past characterize the chapters on the great short story writer Frank O'Connor, the playwright Brendan Behan, and the Irish-American journalist and novelist Pete Hamill. The last decades of the twentieth century have seen a prolific outpouring of autobiographical writing, and in the concluding section of the book the author treats representative examples that amplify or reflect on the personal and historical themes encountered in Jewish and Irish fiction: assimilation, personal ambition, intermarriage, and political allegiance. Among the writers treated here are Norman Podhoretz, Calvin Trillin, James McBride, Ari Goldman, and Howard Shack. Wohlgelernter's emphasis on the timeless, recurring themes of literature is matched by a lucidity of style and soundness of method that yield what is central to all criticism, namely insight. Jewish Writers/Irish Writers will be of interest to literary scholars, Jewish studies specialists, and cultural historians.