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The Dove and the Rose (Seekers #1)

This is one the best books I have ever read set in this time period. You can tell it is so authentically written by someone who has put her life into studying this era and really learned so many of the nuances of it. Even though it is set in a Catholic time frame, it brings out the fact that not everyone went along with the political (yes,...

17.01.2017

Making the Most of Your Money Now

Consumers Union named Making the Most of Your Money the best personal finance book on the market. Now Jane Bryant Quinn's bestseller has been completely revised and updated for 2010 and beyond. America's most trusted financial adviser, who helped millions of readers meet their goals in the 1990s, has done it again -- providing a guide to...

17.01.2017

Techniques Of Decorating

An author, broadcaster and designer Kevin is best known for Channel 4's Grand Designs and for his annual coverage of the Stirling Prize. McCloud and his two brothers, Terence and Graham, were raised in a house his parents had built. McCloud attended Dunstable Grammar School which became Manshead Upper School, Dunstable. He...

17.01.2017

A Cup of Jo (Maggy Thorsen Mystery #6)

The new ‘Maggy Thorsen’ caffeine cozy - Maggy Thorsen's heart, uncharacteristically, is swelling with optimism. Sure, her original Wisconsin coffeehouse, Uncommon Grounds, was destroyed in a freak blizzard. But, with new business partner Sarah Kingston, she’s found the perfect place to relocate to – a quaint railroad...

17.01.2017

Eleven More American Women Poets in the 21st Century

Eleven More American Women Poets in the 21st Century is an exciting sequel to its predecessors in the American Poets in the 21st Century series. Like the earlier anthologies, this volume includes generous selections of poetry by some of the best poets of our time as well as illuminating poetics statements and incisive essays on their work. This...

17.01.2017

Mayday

Francis Gary Powers, discharged from the USAF in '56 as a captain, joined CIA's U-2 program. U-2s flew at over 70,000', invulnerable to Soviet anti-aircraft weapons, taking high-resolution photos from the stratosphere of military & other sites. Soviet intelligence had been aware of them since '56, but lacked counter-measures 'til '60. Powers’...

17.01.2017

Una nobile follia

Una nobile follia narra il doloroso itinerario di ‘formazione’ dell’ufficiale di fanteria Vincenzo D. Reduce dalla sconvolgente esperienza della Guerra di Crimea, il protagonista del romanzo di Tarchetti, pubblicato fra il 1866 e il 1867, pronuncia una condanna senz’appello della vita militare, finendo poi per ribaltare tutte le leggi di...

17.01.2017

Painted From Memories

She considers telling him the truth—that she isn’t the person he thinks she is—but in the end she doesn’t. To say something is to potentially say everything. And it is simply too late... The emotionally fractured casualty of a hideous childhood tragedy, Catherine has at last found her happy-ever-after in the person of Grayson Barnett, and it...

17.01.2017

Seven Stories

Another collection of Krzhizhanovsky's blackly philosophic modernist fables, mostly from the 1920s. A couple of these also show up in Memories of the Future (the brilliant apartment claustrophobia horror story "Quadraturin" and "The Bookmark") but the others are all very worthwhile, particularly his biting dystopian energy crisis satire "Yellow...

17.01.2017

M.C.P.M Maison de Correction 'Princesse Melanie'

Georges Pichard inició su carrera como dibujante publicitario, aunque después de la II Guerra Mundial se dedicó profesionalmente a la enseñanza de dibujo en la Escuela de Artes Aplicadas de la capital francesa. Desde mediados de los años cuarenta colabora con algún dibujo o alguna ilustración en publicaciones que...

17.01.2017

The Far Pavilions (Vol. 1) Part 1 Of 2

Part One Of Two PartsFrom the foothills of the Himalayas to the bone-strewn Khyber pass, M.M. Kaye weaves a vast, rich and vibrant tapestry of love and war. Spanning 25 of the 19th century's most turbulent years, it is a story of hatred and bitter combat; of courage, cowardice and sacrifice; of the star-crossed wedding of East and West; and,...

17.01.2017

Social Integration in the Second Half of Life

Social scientists use the term social integration to refer to individuals' connections with others in their environments. The concept and its consequences have been the subject of considerable study. Many researchers have asserted that meaningful and enduring ties to other persons serve as a buffer against stress, and thereby promote physical and...

17.01.2017

Infant Research & Neuroscience in Clinical Practice

Finally an explanation for the alienation of my children. Not totally satisfactory, but at least offers me an explanation for what was totally incomprehensible to me. - Why my children hated me and all in my family. - Why my kids hung up on me when I would call. - Why my son returned pictures of his graduation that I sent...

17.01.2017

Mayan Equinox

According to several Maya calendars, time will end on December 27, 2012. A man discovers that if he performs human sacrifices at ancient Maya sites in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, the location of a valuable key to extend time beyond that date will be revealed. He must consummate the first offering under the full moon on a Mayan equinox. Russell...

17.01.2017

A Guide to Natural Gardening

Natural Gardening is the invaluable inspiration and resource for every gardener - whether beginner or seasoned enthusiast - who wishes to combine the joys of cultivation with the rewards of attracting wildlife.

17.01.2017

Professional Sharepoint 2013 Scorecards, Dashboards, and Visualizations

Invaluable SharePoint 2013 advice from a team of Microsoft expertsThe new version of SharePoint boasts major updates and this updated resource shares the solid methodologies and business strategies you need to know for using SharePoint for using balance scorecards, information dashboards, and data visualization. The first half of the book...

17.01.2017

Caves

For today's explorer, Earth offers precious few uncharted regions. Even the deepest trenches in the Pacific have been mapped by sonar, and if you venture to the most remote village on the Amazon, you're more than likely to find natives wearing Nikes. The only truly unexplored places that remain -- those that neither humans nor technology has...

17.01.2017

Cultural Politics and Education (John Dewey Lecture)

Michael Apple offers a powerful analysis of current debates and a compelling indictment of rightist proposals for change. Apple presents the causes and effects of further integrating schools into the corporate agenda, as well as current calls for a national curriculum and national testing, privatization and voucher plans, and fundamentalist...

17.01.2017

Dalang Galau Ngetwit

“Mengenal Sujiwo Tejo selama ini, baik secara langsungmaupun sekadar menguntit celetukan 140 karakternya ditwitter, saya berani menyimpulkan bahwa ‘dalang galau’ hanyasekelumit peran yang ia pilih dan sajikan untuk publik. Dimata saya, Sujiwo Tejo sesungguhnya adalah penelusur kalbuyang mampu berpikir merdeka, berkata merdeka,...

17.01.2017

The Drop In My Drink

The Drop in my Drink, The Story of water on our planet written by Meredith Hooper, illustrated by Chris Coady – Non-Fiction picture book – I specifically purchased this book for two of my year levels’ inquiry units when they were focusing on “How the World Works” and water inquiry projects. It is one of those books that is lengthy but drives the...

17.01.2017

Poison Candy (Behind Closed Doors - Book 2)

The drama continues between Bishop Gregory Beaufort and his youngest daughter, Asia. When tragedy strikes close to home, the only person who comes to Asia’s mind as the one responsible is her meddlesome father. This only adds to Gregory's frustration as he is now facing one of the biggest decisions of his life. His marriage is in a precarious...

17.01.2017

La fiera delle vanità

Vanity Fair: A Novel without a Hero is a novel by William Makepeace Thackeray, first published in 1847–1848, satirizing society in early 19th-century Britain. The book's title comes from John Bunyan's allegorical story The Pilgrim's Progress, first published in 1678 and still widely read at the time of Thackeray's novel....

17.01.2017

Nightmare in Norway

In his third espionage thriller, author Dick Reynolds packs the pages with world travel, love, murder and the surreal life of unwilling spy Sandy Gilmartin. A momentary encounter with a Norwegian beauty sends Sandy, engineer and reluctant spy, on a journey from the groves of Orange County, California to the snowbanks of Norway. Will drifting into...

17.01.2017

Simply Sensational

A book with pictures on how to wear and wrap a scarf. There are lots of ideas and new ways to accessorize your outfits.Awesome book!

16.01.2017

Surprise Delivery

Ok I was looking for fluff this book definitely delivers the fluff. The main problem I have with this book is with the backstory. (view spoiler)[The hero (who by the way is called a "hero", "a nice guy" "an amazing guy" ad nauseam) had an ex-girlfriend who got pregnant when they were teenagers....

16.01.2017

Engar smá sögur

Andri Snær Magnason is an Icelandic writer, born in Reykjavik on July 14, 1973. Andri has written novels, poetry, plays, short stories, essays and CDs. He is the codirector of the documentary film Dreamland. His work has been published or performed in more than thirty countries. His novel LoveStar was chosen as “Novel of the year” by...

16.01.2017

艶めく被写体 [Tsuyameku Hishatai]

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16.01.2017

Asbestos Litigation

Asbestos litigation is the longest-running mass tort litigation in U.S. history. Through 2002, approximately 730,000 individuals have brought claims against some 8,400 business entities, and defendants and insurers have spent a total of $70 billion on litigation. Building on previous RAND briefings, the authors report on what happened to those who...

16.01.2017

Mengarang?..ah, Gampang

for my studied writting

16.01.2017

Emotion, Development, and Self-Organization

Presented here for the first time is the idea that emotional development is "self-organizing." It replaces older ideas that genes or environments "control" the process of development. Self-organization is one aspect of a revolutionary approach to science that embraces "chaos theory" and the new "science of complexity." Physicists, chemists,...

16.01.2017

Evered

This scarce antiquarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprint Series. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment to protecting, preserving, and promoting the...

16.01.2017

Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! is NPR’s weekly hour-long quiz program. Each week on the radio listeners test their knowledge against a panel of the best and brightest in the news and entertainment world: Adam Felber; Roy Blount, Jr.; Paula Poundstone; Mo Rocca; Roxanne Roberts; Charlie Pierce; and others. This two-disk set features...

16.01.2017

Part Sixteen

The author has often been told that he does things the wrong way. For instance, he could walk before he could crawl. His parents were also informed that he went about reading the wrong way. Already reading before kindergarten, he went on to delve into texts about dinosaurs and astronomy by 1st grade as opposed to the regular story books everyone...

16.01.2017

Tokyo

Yoking past and future, Tokyo dazzles with its traditional culture and passion for everything new. From architecture to cuisine, this is a capital of superlatives.- 125 of the city's best restaurants, 67 museums & galleries, - 20 soothing hot springs, 2 places to see sumo and a 19-page colour map section- Colour feature on Tokyo...

16.01.2017

J. B. Wigglebottom and the Parade of Pets

Because of his little sister's allergies, J.B. doesn't have a pet to enter in his fourth grade class parade, but he has to come up with some idea to beat the bully who is always picking on him.

16.01.2017

Contemporary Peace Making

A useful manual for any magician or curious spectator who wonders why the tricks seem so real, this guide examines the psychological aspects of a magician's work. Exploring the ways in which human psychology plays into the methods of conjuring rather than focusing on the individual tricks alone, this explanation of the general principles of magic...

16.01.2017

The pied piper of Hamelin

The Pied Piper pipes the village free of rats, and when the villagers refuse to pay him for the service he exacts a terrible revenge.

16.01.2017

Berlijn, Deel 3

Stuart Leroy, seul rescapé du bombardier, affronte un nazi en culottes courtes qui s'appelle Reinhard Kammler et tombe amoureux de sa demi-soeur, la belle Helena. Cette dernière demande au capitaine américain Murphy de l'aider à retrouver sa mère déportée.

16.01.2017

The Language Machine

* The Epilogue that started it all. :) http://marklindner.info/blog/2007/05/19/...* Comments on finishing it. http://marklindner.info/blog/2007/05/26/...Reread 4-17 August 2010 for the Semantics for Robots: Utopian and Dystopian Visions in the Age pf the 'Language Machine' conference in Dec 2010.

16.01.2017

De Montmartre au Quartier Latin

Maître de la littérature populaire et précurseur du roman noir, Francis Carco est né à Nouméa (Nouvelle-Calédonie) le 3 juillet 1886. Poète, conteur, critique, auteur dramatique et romancier, sa jeunesse s'écoule au milieu de la bohème du Quartier latin et de la butte Montmartre. En 1923,...

16.01.2017

Two Sisters

They're definitely not two of a kind. Elizabeth and April are identical twins. Except they don't look or act alike anymore. Elizabeth is reserved, quiet and hardworking. April isn't when April disappears, Elizabeth can only think the worst. But she'll do whatever it takes to find her sister. Enter a dark, dangerous world, pretend she's...

16.01.2017

Misogynies

"MISOGYNIES is a superb and vivid piece of writing, eminently readable, wonderfully fresh."PHYLLIS CHESLERAuthor of WOMEN AND MADNESSIn this collection of stinging essays Joan Smith explores the phenomenon of women-hating in politics, religion, history, literature, and popular culture on both sides of the Atlantic. A fascinating...

16.01.2017

Five Bells

On a radiant day in Sydney, four adults converge on Circular Quay, site of the iconic Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Crowds of tourists mix with the locals, enjoying the glorious surroundings and the play of light on water. But each of the four carries a complicated history from elsewhere; each is haunted by past intimacies,...

16.01.2017

Death of a Threat (Barbara O'Grady Mystery, #2)

Alternate cover edition for 9780986917141Biker gangs. Threatening tenants. Your best friend charged with murder. What would you do? Barbara O’Grady swears to find the killer and clear her friend. But can she? Frantic to clear her best friend, Barbara still can't ignore the cry for help from a distraught twelve-year-old—whose...

16.01.2017

Amara

This book was very interesting to read. I don't usually read horror/thriller but I enjoyed 'AMARA'. The book was short and each part was a freshtwist to the story. Part 3 was probably the scariest because of the characters personalities and that they were different to the other characters earlier on.I really hope there will be more books...

16.01.2017

Chronic Muscle Pain

Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name.See this thread for more information.Davidson did not originally choose economics as a profession. His primary training was in chemistry, for which he got a BSc from the University of Pennsylvania. In 1951 he worked in that same university as an...

16.01.2017

Violence Girl

The proximity of the East L.A. barrio to Hollywood is as close as a short drive on the 101 freeway, but the cultural divide is enormous. Born to Mexican-born and American-naturalized parents, Alicia Armendariz migrated a few miles west to participate in the free-range birth of the 1970s punk movement. Alicia adopted the punk name Alice Bag, and...

16.01.2017

Girl, Get Your Credit Straight!

Is “retail therapy” your favorite pastime—even though you really can’t afford it? Do you ignore the balance on your credit card statements, vowing to pay them off at some point down the line? Is your debt preventing you from living your dreams—like buying a home or starting a family? If so, girl, it’s time to get your credit straight!...

15.01.2017

Glimpses of Heaven

This small book contains a powerful gift—a series of inspirational quotes from Dave and Jan Dravecky on the subject of suffering. Between these pages, the Draveckys share their thoughts on illness, grief, loss, and other adversities—through which God offers glimpses of a more enlightened spiritual understanding.In this...

15.01.2017

Pearl Harbor

"A date which will live in infamy"--President Delano Roosevelt, December 7, 1941. Perfectly coinciding with the release of this splendid volume on Memorial Day 2001, Disney will release its high-profile, big-budget, and star-powered film, Pearl Harbor. The excitement will leave viewers craving a closer look at the real event--and this eye-popping,...

15.01.2017

Kelly Country

Part time-travel and part alternate history, Kelly’s World offers one of the more intriguing premises I’ve seen with regard to time travel. Of course, I liked Simon Hawke’s Time Wars series where the so-called time-travelers went to the “history” in literary fiction, but Kelly Country is a very different take. Chandler...

15.01.2017

Bought by Her Latin Lover

Spanish millionaire Cesar Montarez wants Rosalind the moment he sees her; this electrifying attraction is like nothing he's ever felt before. But Cesar has little respect for money-hungry women--mistresses or trophy wives. Rosalind is determined she'll never be either, until Cesar discovers that she has secret debts. Now he can buy her as his...

15.01.2017

St. Andrews Studies in Philosphy and Public Affairs

In this wide ranging volume of philosophical essays John Haldane explores some central areas of social life and issues of intense academic and public debate. These include the question of ethical relativism, fundamental issues in bioethics, the nature of individuals in relation to society, the common good, public judgement of prominent...

15.01.2017

The Mackenzies

Wisconsin natives, Ana Leigh and her husband, Don, have three children and five grandchildren. From the time of the publication of her novel, LOVE'S LONG JOURNEY, by Leisure Books in 1981, Ana successfully juggled her time between her chosen career and her hobby of writing, until she officially retired in September of '94 to devote more time to...

15.01.2017

China's Peril and Promise

"China's Peril and Promise" is an advanced Chinese reader in two volumes, prepared for students who would like to enhance their understanding of modern China in general and modern Chinese literature and intellectuals in particular, through reading authentic materials. The selections--which span the twentieth century and include essays, short...

15.01.2017

Dogs

A loving, devoted dog is just about the perfect friend.Your dog depends on you and deserves the best care you can provide.This ready reference will advise you on everything you need to know about dog ownership, such as choosing the right dog, feeding, grooming and exercise, and understanding dog behavior and the way dogs communicate.With training...

15.01.2017

The Handbook of Service Industries

Service activities of all kinds are now acknowledged as key players in economic development, societal change, and policy making worldwide. This handbook helps to clarify ongoing conceptual debates about the nature of service-led economies and push back the frontiers of current critical thinking.

15.01.2017

The Autobiography of Margaret Oliphant

After the death of Margaret Oliphant—the prolific nineteenth-century novelist, biographer, essayist, reviewer, and prominent voice on the "woman question"—two well-intending relatives took the autobiographical manuscripts she composed over a thirty-year period, and recomposed them to suit the model of a conventional memoir. In the process, they...

15.01.2017

Best in Children's Books, Volume 15

1. They Sailed on the Mayflower2. How the Whale Got His Throat3. The Oldest, the Youngest, and the One in the Middle4. Puss in Boots5. The Little Red Hen6. Just-For-Fun Parties7. Horatius at the Bridge8. Our Vanishing Wildlife9. My Pet, Peepelo10. Let's Visit India

15.01.2017

Superboy, Vol. 4

The Teen of Steel decides it's time to become more proactive in his battle against evil. The H.I.V.E. agency and their psi-operatives are a perfect place to begin. But as Superboy, with help from the Teen Titans, get closer to these lethal enemies, they'll find secrets and revelations darker than they ever could have imagined. This new...

15.01.2017

Faces in the Smoke Volume 2

There are those who are not content to watch...Out on the streets are those who have chosen to take up arms for a cause. Some are heroes, fighting the darkness with courage and steel. Others are the very villains they aim to confront. Locked in a secret war these groups are not content to manipulate politics or simply observe. The call to...

15.01.2017

The Landscape Photography Handbook

The Landscape Photography Handbook is an installment in the Photography Essentials Series. This guide to all things landscapes is designed to cover multiple topics that will help you shoot better landscape photographs. The Landscape Photography Handbook will take you through the topics of composition, how to shoot various types of landscape...

15.01.2017

Collected Stories of Mavis Gallant

In these 52 stories, which were written in over almost as many years and published mostly in the New Yorker, Gallant shows herself to be one of the century's most accomplished, and least conventional, writers of short fiction. Gallant was never afraid to push the boundaries of the form: many of her longer stories stray into novella...

15.01.2017

Yahweh's General (Dahveed, #5)

Dahveed: Yahweh’s General He was no longer in exile after Shaul’s death on Mt. Gilboa, but time would not slake his grief for Jonathan. Yet the Hassar’s death bought him time to fulfill his friend’s dream of defeating the Philistines, uniting the tribes, and controlling the trading crossroads of the world. Yahweh did not leave him to...

15.01.2017

Avengers Assemble, Vol. 2

The European country of Slorenia is dead. Every man, woman, and child eliminated with the cold precision of a machine. And out of the flaming remnants of this tiny Baltic state comes a message from its murderer: Mankind's days are numbered because Ultron has returned! He - or it - is one of the Avengers' oldest, most implacable foes, menacing...

15.01.2017

Max Beckmann in Exile

Max Beckmann (1884-1950) left his native Germany in 1937, the day after the Nazis opened their infamous "Degenerate Art" exhibition, in which as many as 20 of the artist's works were shown. Never to return home, he spent 10 productive years in Amsterdam before leaving for the United States, where he went on to create some of the most powerful...

15.01.2017

Joseph and Emma (Volume II , 2)

This continuing presentation of a love story like none other, that of Joseph and Emma Smith, is a fascinating extension of the first volume. Few, if any, of the most imaginative writers of love stories have or could have envisioned the experiences of this couple.

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