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The Persecutor

Author : Sergei Kourdakov
ISBN : 0800706315
Genre : Defectors
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A farmer member of the Soviet secret police who was trained to terrorize Christians describes his life in Russia as well as his escape to North America and conversion to Christianity.
Category: Defectors

We Came In The Morning

Author : Ray Derrick
ISBN : 1857766636
Genre : Northern Ireland
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Category: Northern Ireland

The Book Of Lofts

Author : Suzanne Slesin
ISBN : 0500281165
Genre : Architecture, Domestic
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This text presents examples of residential lofts in London, New York, Paris, Chicago, Berlin, Los Angeles and Milan. Whether in former warehouses, converted schoolhouses, suites of offices, or one-time woodworking shops, the lofts all represent contemporary design and living. Confronted by the challenge of dealing with hundreds or often thousands of feet of raw space, loft dwellers have responded by devising some interesting design solutions. Here are lofts with open, free-flowing spaces, loft divided into rooms or arranged on different levels, artist's lofts, and lofts that function as home offices.
Category: Architecture, Domestic

Invisible Romans

Author : Robert Knapp
ISBN : 9780674063280
Genre : History
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Robert Knapp brings to light the laboring men, housewives, prostitutes, freedmen, slaves, soldiers, and gladiators who formed the backbone of the ancient Roman world, and the outlaws and pirates who lay beyond it. The lives of these invisible Romans emerge from graffiti, incantations, fables, astrological writings, and even the New Testament.
Category: History

Jane Allen

Author : Edith Bancroft
ISBN : 1519650906
Genre : Fiction
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This collection of literature attempts to compile many classics that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
Category: Fiction

Orbit John Lennon

Author : Marc Shapiro
ISBN : 9781450784481
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Presents in graphic novel format the life story of the songwriter, musican, and advocate for peace as the former Beatle might have recalled it after his death.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

The Bedside Bathtub Armchair Companion To Dickens

Author : Brian Murray
ISBN : 9781441154255
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Bedside Dickens provides a lively look at this great novelist's life and career. It sheds light on his role as a polemicist and journalist and explores the way his work was long informed by his Christian faith. It also reveals his most persistent literary themes and provides a vivid sense of how, among his contemporaries, Dickens' vast success-and his "radical" politics-provoked both admiration and scorn. Dickens, this study reminds us, saw life as a battle, but as both a novelist and journalist he sought to provide a more hopeful worldview. He repeatedly satirized vice and folly, even as he urged his readers and the leaders of his day to be less selfish and narrow and to "do good always." Chapters and topics include: Dickens and Animals; Christmas Stories; The Magnetizer; Dickens vs. Thackeray; A Christian Writer; Dickens Down Under; What Dickens Read; Dickens and Spontaneous Combustion; Dickens and Journalism; Dickens on the Couch.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Jealous Werewolf

Author : Brenda Westfall
ISBN : 1522824723
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All her life Sheba has watched as her friends at school went out with a different boy every weekend and had fun. She watched as they kissed in the halls at school. She saw how they held hands. She hated having to sit back and watch the way the boys treated the girls. How they would call them all the time and ask them out. While she sat home alone in her bedroom. Sheba isn't allowed to have any contact outside of school with her friends. See Sheba is a werewolf, and it is strictly forbidden for her to be around the humans outside of school. Her father is Pack Master, the almighty Alpha, what he says goes. She is so tired of being lonely. All she wants is to get out of the house away from her pack and her father's rules. To go to the lake and party with her friends from school. She has to listen to them talk about what they did all week long, at the lake over the weekend. If only her father understood how it is. The pack males have all got their eyes on Sheba. But not the way she thinks. She thinks they're just watching her because her father tells them to. No sir, it's not like that at all. Soon one of them will be given her paw as their new mate. He makes them fight out in the woods so she can't see. The strongest one will win her. She will have no say in who will be her mate.

Who Goes Home

Author : Roy Hattersley
ISBN : 9780349143125
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Each night when the House of Commons rises, throughout the Palace of Westminster policemen shout, 'Who goes home?', a relic of the days when Members of Parliament were escorted safely to their beds. WHO GOES HOME? is Roy Hattersley's witty and characteristically frank account of a lifetime in the Labour party from schoolboy canvassing in post-war Sheffield through Cabinet office and the wilderness years in Opposition, to the decision to leave Parliament at the dawn of Tony Blair's New Labour. During this period, the Honourable Member for the Sparkbrook constituency of Birmingham never forgot his Yorkshire roots (or his passion for Sheffield Wednesday FC). This memoir is an evocation of the 50-year journey that has taken the Party from Attlee's Welfare State and nationalisation programme to the modernizers of social-ism and New Labour under Tony Blair. For Roy Hattersley, politics was fun while it lasted, even though the joke was often on him. These Scenes from Political Life settle no scores, excuse no mistakes and relive no old triumphs.
Category: Biography & Autobiography