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Portal of the Gods 2: Stone

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A run-down town on the Dominican Republic's Atlantic coast left behind by the tourist boom was the last resting place of the long-dead Conquistador who supposedly found the mythical 'Gateway of the Moon'. If Jack Harker can find it and sneak the clues he left behind out from under the noses of the mysterious Conclave without getting killed in the attempt, he might yet beat them to the gate itself. But he's not the only one trying. Anya Martinez wants revenge for her brother, killed while working for one of the Conclave's top brass, a woman who may no longer even be fully human. With their mutual enemies divided and distrustful but ruthless all the same, Anya's skills as a thief could be just what Jack needs. If he can trust her. If they can make it out of the DR alive. Portal of the Gods is an episodic secret history conspiracy thriller which started with SHADOW and will continue with SMOKE.

The Stone Must Break

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Pearl Harbor and the tentacles of Word War II turn San Francisco into a raucous, electrifying city. Twenty-year-old Carmel St. John moves into this maelstrom with dreams of winning the heart of Dr. Phillip Barron and becoming a big band singer.

The Stone Must Break

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Pearl Harbor and the tentacles of Word War II turn San Francisco into a raucous, electrifying city. Twenty-year-old Carmel St. John moves into this maelstrom with dreams of winning the heart of Dr. Phillip Barron and becoming a big band singer. There, Carmel meets Caesar Almalto, a black-market kingpin, and Jerry Cassidy, a musician who helps her and hopes to win her love. Nightclub life, lust, and murder swirl around her, as does her tenuous relationship with Phillip, who leaves as a commissioned officer aboard the first hospital ship in the Pacific theater. A family crisis threatens to destroy Carmel's dreams when she is called home to San Jose to manage the family's 1,100-acre ranch during the war. The Stone Must Break tells the saga of two families, the St. Johns and the Barrons, as they grapple with tragedy, love, and responsibility in a world at war.

The Journal of John Wesley

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John Wesley is one of the most important figures of Protestantism due to his being a central figure in founding the Methodist Church. This is the story of his life, written by himself. The historian Thomas Babington Macaulay said that Wesley was "a man whose eloquence and logical acuteness might have made him eminent in literature, whose genius for government was not inferior to that of Richelieu, and who, whatever his errors may have been, devoted all his powers in defiance of obloquy and derision, to what he sincerely considered as the highest good of his species." But despite how Wesley has been viewed posthumously, he did not always find spreading his views a simple matter. Indeed, he was slandered, cursed, attacked by mobs and pelted by stones, had to travel through atrocious weather and rough seas, imprisoned and even saw an effigy of himself burnt before his eyes. Through all this Wesley persisted. He travelled the length and breadth of the country, from Leeds to Leicester, the Isle of Man to the Channel Islands, Wales to Scotland. He records that at one point he journeyed over 2,400 miles in 7 months, sometimes covering over 90 miles in a single day. He ventured outside of the country on a number of occasions, visiting Ireland and even preaching to Native Americans when he was young. But age did not stop him and in his 80th year he visited Holland to continue preaching. John Wesley's Journal is not only a fascinating insight into the life of this religious leader, but it is also an eyewitness account of the eighteenth century world. Wesley's travels over much of Britain provide a brilliant social history of what life was like during this period. He notes down his meetings with a huge range of people from lords and ladies to Dr. Samuel Johnson right through to smugglers, sailors, soldiers and even French prisoners. At the beginning he preached to only small sceptical groups but by the end of his life he was drawing crowds of over 30,000. His Journal documen

Military Strategy

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Military strategy is concerned with the translation of armed force into intended political effects. As such, it constitutes one of the most important activities of the past two centuries; and yet during this period it has not always been practised

Arthur Schopenhauer

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Arthur Schopenhauer was the most articulate and influential pessimist in the history of human thought. He was convinced that the space and time of ordinary life is an illusion, that the world consists of two aspects: representation (visible appearances) and will (hidden reality). Will is a unitary, blind, irrational force underlying all nature and expressing itself throughout it. Since human actions are blindly propelled by this will, not reason, prescriptive ethical rules have little force. Our will to live is a continuing cycle of want, temporary fulfillment, and more want. New desires replace any satisfied ones, so no lasting happiness is possible. The Giants of Philosophy series is a collection of dramatic presentations, in understandable language, of the concerns, questions, interests, and overall outlook of the world's great philosophers and philosophical traditions. Special emphasis on clear and relevant explanations gives you a new arsenal of insights toward living a better life.

Beyond the Mayan Prophecy

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Featuring contributors such as: John Edward, Char Margolis, Sandy Anastasia, Rick Levine, Glynis McCants, Mark Van Stone, Mary Jo McCabe, Gahl Sasson, Dr. Alicia Tisdale, Maggie Kerr, Kala Ambrose, Mirabai Devi, Linda West, Derek O'Neill, Alan

Polarity Therapy Workbook

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Polarity Therapy is a truly holistic health system founded by Dr. Randolph Stone, D.O, D.C, N.D. Dr. Stone believed that life was much more than chemistry and that healing was greater than freedom from symptoms. He saw life as a spiritual journey a

Frederick County Characters

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Since its founding in 1748, Frederick County has been home to some of the nation's most celebrated and dynamic historical figures. The quaint towns and farmlands with their serene mountain vistas of the Catoctin Ridge have played host to the likes of the famed Francis Scott Key and Thomas Stone, one of Maryland's signers of the Declaration of Independence. Later, Dr. John Tyler-Frederick's pioneering oculist-established his practice on the town's West Church Street and performed the first cataract operation in the region. Burkittsville's Outerbridge Horsey gained fame by producing over ten thousand barrels a year of America's finest rye whiskey from his warehouse distillery. In the twentieth century, beloved local educator Emily Johnson helped cultivate generations of young minds. With this collection of the best of his articles from "Frederick Magazine," local author John W. Ashbury profiles the most remarkable and fascinating figures in the history of Frederick County.

Frederick County Characters

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Since its founding in 1748, Frederick County has been home to some of the nation's most celebrated and dynamic historical figures. The quaint towns and farmlands with their serene mountain vistas of the Catoctin Ridge have played host to the likes of the famed Francis Scott Key and Thomas Stone, one of Maryland's signers of the Declaration of Independence. Later, Dr. John Tyler-Frederick's pioneering oculist-established his practice on the town's West Church Street and performed the first cataract operation in the region. Burkittsville's Outerbridge Horsey gained fame by producing over ten thousand barrels a year of America's finest rye whiskey from his warehouse distillery. In the twentieth century, beloved local educator Emily Johnson helped cultivate generations of young minds. With this collection of the best of his articles from Frederick Magazine, local author John W. Ashbury profiles the most remarkable and fascinating figures in the history of Frederick County.

Managing the Storms of Inner and Outer Conflicts

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Dr. Peterson was born in Fort Lauderdale Florida. He attended primary school at Larkdale elementary. Dr. Peterson attended middle school at Lauderhill located in Lauderhill Florida. He attended Piper high school located in Sunrise, Florida. He is married and has seven children and six grandchildren. Dr. Peterson has been employed in both the public and private school system. He is the founder of Chosen Generation Academy located in Opa-Locka Florida. Dr. Peterson is currently employed in the Dekalb County school system located in Stone Mountain, Georgia as a Special Education Teacher. He has worked as a classroom teacher, substance abuse counselor, behavior specialist, and senior pastor. Dr. Peterson holds doctoral level certification from the Georgia Department of Education in Educational Leadership Administration, Special Education and Early Childhood Education. Among his academic accomplishments, Dr. Peterson graduated from St. Thomas University located in Miami Florida, where he received a bachelor degree in Human Services, a Master's degree in Special Education and a master's degree in Educational Leadership Administration. Dr. Peterson graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a Doctor of Education degree in Educational Organizational Leadership with a minor degree in Conflict Resolution. Dr. Peterson has conducted numerous workshops pertaining to education and behavior modification. His educational career spans over 12 years. Dr. Peterson has also conducted extensive research on the topic of education and black males.

The Flag in the Wind

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Born in Glasgow in 1904, Dr John MacCormick studied law at Glasgow University and was one of the chief founding members of the National Party of Scotland in 1928 and, with the merger of the NPS and the Scottish Party, of the Scottish National Party in 1934. In 1942, he left the SNP and was instrumental in the forming the Scottish Convention which went on to produce the Scottish Covenant in 1949, upon which nearly two million signatures of support for a Scottish parliament were obtained. After a high-profile trip to the US and Canada to present Scotland's case for Home Rule he was voted Lord Rector at Glasgow University. During his stint in this position he became involved in the plot to steal the Stone of Destiny from Westminster Abbey before going on to publish "The Flag in the Wind" in 1955. With a new introduction by the author's son, this updated edition of John MacCormick's seminal work examines the early years of the twentieth-century Nationalist movement in Scotland, providing an invaluable insight into people and events that help create and then shape the SNP and its campaign to secure a devolved Scottish Assembly.

Literary Bric-à-Brac and the Victorians

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What are we to make of the Victorians' fascination with collecting? What effect did their encounters with the curious, exotic and downright odd have on Victorian writers and their works? The essays in this collection take up these questions by examining the phenomenon of bric-à-brac in Victorian literature. The contributors to Literary Bric-à-Brac and the Victorians: From Commodities to Oddities explore sites of unusual concurrence (including museums, the home, art galleries, private collections) and the way in which bric-à-brac brought the alien into everyday settings, the past into the present and the wild into the domestic. Focusing on the representation of material culture in Victorian literature, the essays in this volume seek out miscellaneous and incongruous objects that take readers beyond the commonplace paradigms associated with commodity culture. Individual chapters analyse the work of writers as different as Edward Lear and John Henry Newman, Robert Browning and George Eliot, Charles Dickens and Lewis Carroll. In so doing they shed light on a dizzying array of topics and objects that include class and capitalism, the occult and the sacraments, Darwinism and dandyism, umbrellas, textiles, the Philosopher's Stone and even the household nail.

Bonsai and Penjing

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This book tells the awe-inspiring stories of bonsai and penjing trees in the collection of the National Arboretum in Washington D.C.It details their valuable role in international diplomacy and as instruments of American presidential influence. It also describes their inclusion in world's fair exhibitions, in Asian-inspired gardens around the country, and as a window onto the extensive cultivation of bonsai in North America today. An extensive first-hand account by Dr. John L. Creech is included about the first extraordinary gift of 53 bonsai from Japan to the U.S. in 1976 which prompted the founding of the National Bonsai & Penjing Museum. Bonsai & Penjing, Ambassadors of Beauty and Peace describes how Chinese penjing and North American bonsai were later added to the Museum, making its collection the most comprehensive in the world. Stories of individual trees and forest plantings are featured, as are the roles played by the skilled and talented creators of these living art forms-people such as John Naka, Saburo Kato, Yuji Yoshimura, Harry Hirao, and Dr. Yee-Sun Wu. Armchair travelers can experience what a visit to the Museum is like, including the discovery of its remarkable viewing stones.

The Searcher 8: Reckless Guns

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Driving three thousand head of Cassandra Whiteside's cattle into a town called Sundust, John Stone expected the usual gunplay with rustlers and bandits. But this time Stone collects double rations of deep trouble-and he'll need more than a fast dr

Short Stories Old and New

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Alphonso Smith (28 May 1864 - 13 June 1924) was an American Professor of English, college dean, philologist, and folklorist. Professor Smith's collected and edited short stories in this title is a must read for anyone interested in literature. His chosen stories in this volume are: 1. Esther - from Old Testament 2. Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves 3. Rip Van Winkle - Washington Irving 4. The Gold-bug - Edgar Allan Poe 5. A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens 6. The Great Stone Face - Nathaniel Hawthorne 7. Rab & His Friends - Dr. John Brown 8. The Outcasts of Poker Flat - Bret Harte 9. Markheim - Robert Louis Stevenson 10. The Necklace - Guy de Maupassant 11. The Man Who Would Be King - Rudyard Kipling 12. The Gift of the Magi - O. Henry

Incendiary Designs

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Arson, passion, and religious fanaticism set Chicago ablaze in the deadliest summer on record. While jogging through Chicago's Lincoln Park, Dr. Jack Caleb runs into murder-a mob setting a police car on fire- with the officer still inside. Caleb rescues the man, but later the cop's partner is found stoned to death. Detective John Thinnes is assigned to investigate. Evidence points toward members of a charismatic church, but too many of them die in arson fires before the cops can round them up. When arson kills the apparent ring leader, it's too much coincidence. The remaining cop killers plead guilty; the case seems to be closed. But as Chicago heats up in the deadliest summer on record, it becomes clear that a serial arsonist is still at large. A physician friend of Caleb's is implicated when some of the fire victims are found to have been drugged. To exonerate the man, Caleb sets a trap for the killer, and Thinnes and Caleb are nearly incinerated when the doctor's trap brings the case to a fiery finish.

Embracing Love

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Have you felt confused and isolated in relationships? Have you felt lost in conflicted relational chaos? Do you feel an emotional disconnection between you, others, and God? If so, keep reading … Embracing Love invites us to explore what it means to love others well, live beyond fear, and embrace an authentic life. Through the author's personal story and those of others, we will understand the intricacies of giving and receiving love. This book is for those who are tired of hiding, willing to risk being exposed, and desiring to be transformed by God's embracing love. Embracing Love dares you to discover the other side of just living in loveless, chaotic, and disconnected relationships. "I heartily recommend Embracing Love to you. Steve's content immediately connects with my world. I was informed by his insight and comforted by his grace as he opened these subjects." - Rev. Dr. Mike Moses, lead pastor of Lake Forest Church and board member and adjunct faculty at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary "Steve Benson leaves no stone unturned, and you will marvel at how deeply he makes you look into your soul as you begin the process of seeing yourself, your spouse, and God in a complete and loving light. Embracing Love is a book that opens you up to giving as well as receiving life's greatest gift-love." - Coach Mike Sherman, former Green Bay Packers head coach "Embracing Love is full of insightful discoveries of relational problem solving through a biblical filter. It had my attention from the beginning to the end." - John Schlitt, singer, songwriter, and lead vocalist for the Christian rock band Petra

LeMay

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Hero or Villain?THE FIREBOMBING OF TOKYO. Strategic Air Command. John F. Kennedy. Dr. Strangelove. George Wallace. All of these have one man in common-General Curtis LeMay, who remains as unknowable and controversial as he was in life. Until now. Warren Kozak traces the trajectory of America's most infamous general, from his troubled background and heroic service in Europe to his firebombing of Tokyo, guardianship of the U.S. nuclear arsenal in the Cold War, frustrated career in government, and short-lived political run. Curtis LeMay's life spanned an epoch in American military history, from the small U.S. Army Air Corps of the interwar years to the nuclear age. LeMay: The Life and Wars of General Curtis LeMay tells the whole story of the innovative pilot and navigator; the courageous general who led his bomber formations from the front, flying the lead bomber; the brilliant strategist; the unflagging patriot; and the founder of modern strategic bombing, who was famous and notorious in turns. In LeMay: The Life and Wars of General Curtis LeMay, you'll learn: How LeMay developed the strategy and techniques that transformed Allied bombing in World War II, radically improving results and saving livesWhy he developed the plan of fire-bombing TokyoWhy he expected a war with RussiaHow he tried to prevent the Bay of Pigs disasterWho really came up with the idea of bombing the North Vietnamese back into the Stone Age"Why he agreed to be George Wallace's running mate in the election of 1968-despite loathing Wallace and most of his policiesLeMay: The Life and Wars of General Curtis LeMay gives an unprecedented glimpse into the might and mind of one of the founding fathers of air power, whose influence, and controversy, continues to this day.

LeMay

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Hero or Villain?THE FIREBOMBING OF TOKYO. Strategic Air Command. John F. Kennedy. Dr. Strangelove. George Wallace. All of these have one man in common-General Curtis LeMay, who remains as unknowable and controversial as he was in life. Until now. Warren Kozak traces the trajectory of America's most infamous general, from his troubled background and heroic service in Europe to his firebombing of Tokyo, guardianship of the U.S. nuclear arsenal in the Cold War, frustrated career in government, and short-lived political run. Curtis LeMay's life spanned an epoch in American military history, from the small U.S. Army Air Corps of the interwar years to the nuclear age. LeMay: The Life and Wars of General Curtis LeMay tells the whole story of the innovative pilot and navigator; the courageous general who led his bomber formations from the front, flying the lead bomber; the brilliant strategist; the unflagging patriot; and the founder of modern strategic bombing, who was famous and notorious in turns. In LeMay: The Life and Wars of General Curtis LeMay, you'll learn: How LeMay developed the strategy and techniques that transformed Allied bombing in World War II, radically improving results and saving livesWhy he developed the plan of fire-bombing TokyoWhy he expected a war with RussiaHow he tried to prevent the Bay of Pigs disasterWho really came up with the idea of bombing the North Vietnamese back into the Stone Age"Why he agreed to be George Wallace's running mate in the election of 1968-despite loathing Wallace and most of his policiesLeMay: The Life and Wars of General Curtis LeMay gives an unprecedented glimpse into the might and mind of one of the founding fathers of air power, whose influence, and controversy, continues to this day.
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