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The Vecellio Connection Book 9

Author : Estelle Ryan
Genre : Fiction
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Sadistic smugglers. Hacked cars. The ultimate revenge. Nonverbal communications expert Doctor Genevieve Lenard and her team have spent the last year tracking Marcus Gallo, a disgraced Brazilian business tycoon and ruthless killer. Then a hacked car transporting artwork brings a teammate’s past back to distract and haunt them all. When Gallo appears on Genevieve’s doorstep, carrying knowledge of a threat to a top-secret and strategic international event, she faces the challenge of finding the connection between the car hackings, her friend’s past and Gallo’s arrival. With only seventy-two hours to prevent a disaster that could eclipse recent terror events, Genevieve has to put aside her growing concern for her friends and put her single-minded focus into uncovering Gallo’s true plan.
Category: Fiction

The Netscher Connection Book 11

Author : Estelle Ryan
Genre : Fiction
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Nazi-looted art. Cyber-stalking. Betrayal. Nonverbal communication expert Doctor Genevieve Lenard is on holiday in Hungary when she and her team are asked to assist in a missing person case. Her autistic mind is already having difficulties dealing with the new environment, and having to co-operate with local authorities might push her past her limits. Even more so when the missing person turns out to be an important, and painful, part of a team member's past. The seemingly simple case takes a gruesome turn as their search uncovers artwork drenched in violent history, numerous deaths presumed to be by natural causes and the menacing online presence of a serial killer who's been cyber-stalking victims for years. Bodies are piling up at an alarming rate and, knowing that one of their own is in the killer's sights, Genevieve will have to use all her inner strength and expertise to stop this ruthless murderer.
Category: Fiction

The Uccello Connection Book 10

Author : Estelle Ryan
Genre : Fiction
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Kamilla Seymour has a secret she has never told anyone. A secret that helps her as a prosecutor, but has destroyed her past three relationships. Now she finds herself in Amity, a tiny town with events so strange that one might be tempted to explain it away with magic. If it weren't for her secret, she would scoff at such silliness. Then there is also the super-sexy Sheriff Xander DuPont, constantly flirting and tempting her. Magic could definitely be used to understand the attraction she feels while fighting off his non-stop advances. Not that she really wants to fight it. All she wants to do is... well, she wants to do the sheriff, but her past and her secret is holding her hostage. Another strange event in town forces both Xander and Kamilla to share secrets they never thought they would in order to save Amity from a looming and unknown threat. Warning: This is a novella from Kirsten's naughty list. Yes, it is a naughty book, with all kinds of naughty thoughts resulting in deliciously naughty actions. Graphic description of these naughty actions might make you blush, so be careful where you read this approx 62 pages of naughtiness! Enjoy!!
Category: Fiction

Author : Kathy Reichs
ISBN : 9953874964
Genre : Brennan, Temperance (Fictitious character)
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Palmyra Mirage In The Desert Arabic Edition

Author : Joan Aruz
ISBN : 9781588396327
Genre : Art
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In response to the catastrophic destruction of Syria’s ancient city of Palmyra, a UNESCO world heritage site, a group of major international scholars gathered to focus on the art, archaeology, and history of the beleaguered site and present their latest findings. Their papers, given at a symposium at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in May 2016, have been collected in this fascinating and important publication. They are accompanied by a moving tribute by Waleed Khaled al-Asa‘ad to his father, Khaled al-Asa‘ad, the Syrian archaeologist and head of antiquities for the ancient city of Palmyra who was brutally murdered in 2015 while defending the site. Palmyra: Mirage in the Desert, published simultaneously in English and Arabic, is the latest volume in the Metropolitan Museum symposium series. It is a major contribution to the knowledge and understanding of this multicultural desert city— located at the crossroads of the ancient world— that will help preserve the memory of this extraordinary place for generations to come.
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ISBN : 9953369585
Genre : Islamic architecture
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Image Icon Covenant

Author : Sahar Adnan Khalifeh
ISBN : 1499523238
Genre : Literary Collections
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In the Nagib Mahfouz award-winning novel 2006, the celebrated Palestinian Sahar Khlaifeh has penned what is at once a re-casting of the story of the Holy Family, a lyrical ode to Arab Jerusalem, and a call for liberation, not just of a nation but for the individual women and men who inhabit it. After abandoning his beloved Mariam when she falls pregnant, and escaping her brothers' bullets, Ibrahim abandons his own ideals and dreams of becoming a novelist, opting instead to follow his father's wishes, and seek wealth and commercial success abroad. Thirty years later, lonely and disillusioned, Ibrahim returns to Ramallah to retrace the past he tried to leave behind. He sets out on a long and frustrating quest to track down Mariam, Along the way he encounters his son, Michael, a young man with spiritual powers that enable him to see what is unknown and find what has gone missing. Moving and lyrical, Khalifeh's novel weaves religious and political symbolism into a story of love and loss. At its core is Ibrahim's-the Palestinian's-agonizing but unrelenting search for a home.
Category: Literary Collections

Turkish Reader For Beginners

Author : Gyula Németh
ISBN : UOM:39015012845452
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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