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Bitter Night

Author : Diana Pharaoh Francis
ISBN : 9781416598190
Genre : Fiction
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SOMETIMES YOU CHOOSE YOUR BATTLES. AND SOMETIMES, THEY CHOOSE YOU... Once, Max dreamed of a career, a home, a loving family. Now all she wants is freedom...and revenge. A witch named Giselle transformed Max into a warrior with extraordinary strength, speed, and endurance. Bound by spellcraft, Max has no choice but to fight as Giselle's personal magic weapon -- a Shadowblade -- and she's lethally good at it. But her skills are about to be put to the test as they never have before.... The ancient Guardians of the earth are preparing to unleash widespread destruction on the mortal world, and they want the witches to help them. If the witches refuse, their covens will be destroyed, including Horngate, the place Max has grudgingly come to think of as home. Max thinks she can find a way to help Horngate stand against the Guardians, but doing so will mean forging dangerous alliances -- including one with a rival witch's Shadowblade, who is as drawn to Max as she is to him -- and standing with the witch she despises. Max will have to choose between the old life she still dreams of and the warrior she has become, and take her place on the side of right -- if she survives long enough to figure out which side that is....
Category: Fiction

The Bitter Night

Author : Wayne D. Overholser
ISBN : 9781628154337
Genre : Fiction
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Four strangers who rode to explode the night in violence PAY-OFF FOR 4 THE BRITTON BOYS were already wanted for robbery and murder—$50,000 would be good travelling company to the Mexican border. SAM KERWIN was married to a young and restless wife—$50,000 would go a long way to keep her interested. HARLAN WELLS had trouble with the bank—$50,000 looked like an easy out. GLEN LOGAN'S job was simple—to get the money to the bank. To stay alive was another matter... Three-time Winner of the Spur Award Wayne D. Overholser Author of "West of the Rimrock" and "Draw or Drag."
Category: Fiction

The Peterson Magazine

Author : Ann Sophia Stephens
ISBN : UOM:39015069380601
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Night Stalker

Author : Clifford L. Linedecker
ISBN : 9781429935449
Genre : True Crime
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From the darkest corner of your bedroom a gaunt face suddenly looms over you. You're pulled violently from your bed and a terrifying voice screams, "Swear to Satan!" During a two year rampage, a sadistic serial killer entered the homes of families from El Paso to San Francisco. He raped, mutilated and tortured his unfortunate victims in one of the most vicious crime sprees in California history. This is the horrifying account of his bloody journey, of the strange coincidence that led to his arrest-and of the sensational trial where the Night Stalker's eerie sexual magnetism resulted in women actually demonstrating for his acquittal.
Category: True Crime

Nights Of Ice

Author : Spike Walker
ISBN : 9781466805385
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Spike Walker has spent more than a decade fishing in the subzero hell of Alaska's coastal waters. This collection--coming on the heels of his classic memoir Working on the Edge--is a testament to the courage of those who brave nature's wrath each fishing season, and to the uncontrolled power of nature herself.. The crewmen in Nights of Ice face a constant onslaught of roaring waves, stories-high swells, and life-stealing ice. Tested by the elements, these seamen battle for their vessels and their lives, on every page evincing a level of courage and a will to live seldom found elsewhere in modern society.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Where The Blind Horse Sings

Author : Kathy Stevens
ISBN : 9781602396692
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Offers a moving story about a special animal sanctuary where a host of animals dealing with various issues have found a place to call their own, including a toothless pony who survived a fire and a former cockfighting rooster who likes to dine with his human companion. Original.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Library Of Poetry And Song

Author : William Cullen Bryant
ISBN : HARVARD:32044018780320
Genre : American poetry
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Category: American poetry

Bitter Ocean

Author : David Fairbank White
ISBN : 9780743289108
Genre : History
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Bitter Ocean is a masterful, authoritative account of perhaps the least-known major battle of World War II, the Battle of the Atlantic. British, Canadian, and American air and sea forces fought the German U-boats in this desperate battle, and prevailed -- at a terrible cost. Between 1939 and 1945, over 36,000 Allied sailors and navy airmen and 36,000 merchant seamen lost their lives in the Atlantic Ocean. They were attempting to deliver the weapons, food, and supplies essential to keeping Britain alive, as well as the supplies vital to the armies fighting in Europe. In addition to the troops themselves, every tank, plane, and bomb crossed the Atlantic aboard ship. As dreadful as the loss of life was for the Allies, the Germans fared even worse. More than 80 percent of German U-boat crewmen never made it home, the highest casualty rate of any branch of the military on either side. Bitterly contested and nearly lost, the Allies' battle for control of the Atlantic shipping lanes remains perhaps the least understood chapter of World War II -- until now. Drawing on a wealth of archival research as well as interviews with veterans on both sides of the ocean campaign, author and maritime journalist David Fairbank White takes us aboard ship and beneath the waves as he reconstructs this epic clash from both sides. With captivating immediacy, Bitter Ocean evokes the grim years 1940-42 when Admiral Karl Donitz's U-boats -- "tough wolves, stubby, 761 tons of driven, overcharged Nazi attack power" -- succeeded in sinking more tonnage than Allied shipyards could replace. He shows us the technological breakthroughs that reversed the course of the battle in 1943, including improved radar, machines that cracked the German naval code, and very long-range bombers. As the hunters became the hunted, the tide turned, but the German fleet continued to fight despite the increasingly terrible odds. As he tells the powerful, wrenching stories of individual convoys that suffered from the German submarine attacks, White displays a novelist's flair. Vividly written, Bitter Ocean is scrupulously factual, a triumph of scholarship that will enthrall every student of history.
Category: History