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Frozen Footprints Christian Suspense Thriller

Author : Therese Heckenkamp
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Genre : Fiction
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"Thou shalt not be afraid of the terror of the night." When her eighteen-year-old twin brother disappears and a ransom note shows up, Charlene's world is shattered. Fearing the worst, she determines to find him before it's too late. Her quest hurls her into a twisted, frigid world of snow and ice . . . and leads to terror in an isolated cabin. Together the twins struggle for survival while enduring fierce trials of mind, body, and spirit. Devoid of all worldly comfort and consolation, will faith and hope be enough to get them through this chilling nightmare? And where is Charlene's hero when she needs one most? Christian suspense thriller for ages 16 and up. "Suspense ratchets up page by page." -- Award-winning author Gerard D. Webster "A fast-paced thriller." -- Popular author Sarah A. Reinhard "As thrilling as Hitchcock." -- CatholicTeenPerspective.blogspot.com From young adult to new adult and beyond, this Christian suspense thriller is a chilling yet inspirational read for all fans of clean suspense and mystery fiction. Particularly ideal for winter reading. After the Thaw, the sequel to Frozen Footprints, is now available on Amazon as an ebook and in paperback.
Category: Fiction

Footprints In The Snow

Author : James L. Choron
ISBN : 9781934135068
Genre : Fiction
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They are the damned, the forgotten-those who cry out to let us know they lived. They are all ages and all sexes. They remain earthbound for many reasons-duty, devotion, a sense of responsibility, but most of all for the simplest and most compelling reason of all: love. Come explore the vast land that is Russia, from the metropolitan streets of Moscow to the windswept steppes and farflung plains of Siberia. Discover the strange tales of those whose lives have continued long after their bodies perished, and whose restless spirits yet leave footprints in the Russian snows.
Category: Fiction

An August In Warsaw

Author : Randy Komraus
ISBN : 9781430326021
Genre : Fiction
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Although the title suggests otherwise this book has absolutely nothing to do with either Warsaw, Poland or the month of August. Instead it's a satirical look at a small Midwestern town in the late 60's and early 70's. This book depicts bizarre behavior to the extent that I didn't feel it was necessary to state that the story was based on fictional characters. I'm assuming anyone who thought this book was about them is currently either in therapy or taking copious amounts of recreational drugs. If you don't normally read fiction consider reading it to use as an operator's manual on how not to screw up your life. Reviews from the books characters: Amos: "I intend to sue for defamation of character." Bernadette: "I think Ron is just misunderstood. I think basically he's a good person. However, I feel it's important to note that I've known him for less than a year." Grandpa: "This kid will end up killing me." Buttons the cat: "I will have my revenge."
Category: Fiction

The Murder Of Time Making And Unmasking A Sleeper

Author : Matthew Pauly
ISBN : 9780978196134
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A non-fiction autobiography that delivers an action narrative of MK-ULTRA mind-control black op experiments and weapons tests in North America by military, para-military and intelligence in the last decade. The relationship of this R&D to present day 'terror events' is explored. "An unforgettable account of an unwitting Canadian's forced recruitment into the bizarre world of cross-border black ops... Do read MURDER OF TIME, recommend it to everyone you know - not just because it's the strangest and most terrifying book to come out in Canada this year -- but most of all because it's all TRUE." - Ann Diamond, editor and author of two books on surviving CIA MK-ULTRA Subproject 68 at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal "None of Matthew Pauly's tormentors are cartoonish; on the contrary, they are human, all-too-human... in a couple of cases, even admirably so... This is a very good book, and ought to be an instant classic of its genre." - Brian Taylor
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Beyond Bibliometrics

Author : Blaise Cronin
ISBN : 9780262026796
Genre : Education
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A comprehensive, state-of-the-art examination of the changing ways we measure scholarly performance and research impact.
Category: Education

Footprints

Author : John G. Aicher
ISBN : 9781493154456
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Born in 1930 the author has lived through the major convulsions of the twentieth century, and has comments about many of them. A Korean War veteran and practicing lawyer in New York and Vermont, his memories of events in court, in prisons, and politics will hold your interest and stir your emotions.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Gringo Caper

Author : Frank E. Richards
ISBN : 9781479746552
Genre : Fiction
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Mystery has fallen upon this small quiet community west of the great city of Pittsburgh. A few young boys are challenged to unlock the secret message that has been thrust upon them. Is the supernatural at work here or could it be something more horrible than mankind can imagine. Mystery and adventure confront these young boys head on. Will they fall victim to the pressure of solving this mystery or will the unknown prevail.
Category: Fiction

Sallad Dayes

Author : Jay Bynum
ISBN : 9781465330253
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Four Seniors (two Rho-I brothers, two independents girls) are a special group at Colony College: Smit Smith is bright handsome, a smartass. Ditto FATs = Francis Alan Thomas, a brother beyond silly blood. Both think Smits dead father renders supra-sensory aid. Smits in love with Mandy McCabe (who may be pregrant)and back at you. Fats and Kelly Smith (no relation to Smit) are tall, red-headed. All four are trying to get enganged and agree to wait for sexnot easy for college kids. (Tip: By the barest margin only Smit is not a virgin.) See them save Benny twice, deliver a baby, find $80,000, save the honest president, resurrect an old rite. Nine yea,
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Frozen Stiff

Author : HP Hanson
ISBN : 9781440173868
Genre : Fiction
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Sanford Gentworthy Livingston III –he’d like it a lot if you’ll call him Sandy – has crafted himself an idyllic bachelor existence in Santa Fe: he has money, a nice house on a hillside, two hot cars and an even hotter girlfriend, and a job that’s like a hobby. But something’s missing. Sandy’s not sure what it is, but something’s definitely missing. And if it weren’t for that dead hiker – whose death looks more and more like homicide – maybe he could figure it all out. But when the famous Senator calls on him for help and then the prime suspect is murdered almost in front on him, Sandy’s distractions multiply, and suddenly whatever is missing from his life takes a back seat to his trip down a trail of death and intrigue.
Category: Fiction

Northland Footprints

Author : Kenneth Conibear
ISBN : 9781552124185
Genre : Fiction
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A realistic novel in which animal characters mirror human relationships.
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Poetry Of Julia Annabella

Author : Julia Annabella
ISBN : 9781496987266
Genre : Poetry
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This is part of a collection of poetic works by Julia Annabella.
Category: Poetry

Sanctuary

Author : G. Michael Hopf
ISBN : 9780698159389
Genre : Fiction
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Book 3 of the New World Series Surviving the attack proved to be more than they could have imagined… Months after a super-EMP attack devastated the United States, the country is now unrecognizable. Major cities are run by gangs, survivors are dying of starvation and the government is falling victim to lawlessness. Those who were prepared for the end find that they weren’t really prepared at all. While some seek vengeance for their losses, others are determined to restore the nation. Gordon, Samantha, Sebastian, Barone, Connor and Pablo are all on different paths, but they are all in search of a home away from chaos. They are all in search of a sanctuary.
Category: Fiction

The Old Patagonian Express

Author : Paul Theroux
ISBN : 9780141930770
Genre : Travel
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The Old Patagonian Express tells of Paul Theroux’s train journey down the length of North and South America. Beginning on Boston’s subway, he depicts a voyage from ice-bound Massachusetts to the arid plateau of Argentina’s most southerly tip, via pretty Central American towns and the ancient Incan city of Macchu Pichu. Shivering and sweating by turns as the temperature and altitude rise and plummet, he describes the people he encountered – thrown in with the tedious, and unavoidable, Mr Thornberry in Limón and reading to the legendary blind writer, Jorge Luis Borges, in Buenos Aires. Witty, sharply observed and beautifully written, this is a richly evocative account of travelling to ‘the end of the line’.
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Adventure Guide To Hawaii The Big Island

Author : Bryan Fryklund
ISBN : 9781588436252
Genre : Travel
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We travel to grow – our Adventure Guides show you how. Experience the places you visit more directly, freshly, intensely than you would otherwise – sometimes best done on foot, in a canoe, or through cultural adventures like art courses, cooking classes, learning the language, meeting the people, joining in the festivals and celebrations. This can make your trip life-changing, unforgettable. All of the detailed information you need is here about the hotels, restaurants, shopping, sightseeing. But we also lead you to new discoveries, turning corners you haven't turned before, helping you to interact with the world in new ways. That's what makes our Adventure Guides unique. Print edition is 368 pages. Photographs throughout. A newly updated edition with the latest information on the best hotels in all price categories, restaurants, dive sites, dive operators, fishing guides and much, much more. You'll find more information on these islands here than in any other guide, with thorough coverage of the Turks & Caicos as well. Comprised of over 700 dazzling islands, the Bahamas were once the playground of pirates. Modern travelers can find a different kind of adventure here, be they divers exploring a shipwreck, honeymooners beachcombing near a secluded cove, or gamblers touring the casinos of Paradise Island. This can indeed be a paradise if you are well-prepared. This guide is the best way to prepare, whether you want to explore the British forts and tropical forests, play with dolphins in the surf, seek duty-free bargains, or pay a visit to the Out Islands, where the residents are among the friendliest people in the world. The best accommodations and restaurants, sailing, horseback riding, fishing, kayaking, diving, hiking, shopping, how to get around, sightseeing, entertainment, gambling, climate, banking, medical care, history and culture.
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The English Teacher

Author : Lily King
ISBN : 9781555846640
Genre : Fiction
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From the author of The Pleasing Hour: A “moving and deeply absorbing” novel of painful truths and the refuge of fiction set in a New England prep school (Newsday). A Chicago Tribune and Publishers Weekly Best Novel Fifteen years ago, English teacher Vida Avery arrived alone and pregnant at the elite Fayer Academy. Living on the campus off the coast of New England, she worked to become a beloved fixture of the school—and to shelter herself and her son, Peter, from a painful secret she left behind. Then she accepts the impulsive marriage proposal of ardent widower Tom Belou, and the prescribed life Vida has constructed begins to come apart. As Peter bonds with Tom and his new stepsiblings, Vida retreats further into the books she teaches. To embrace life and a chance at happiness, she will have to face the nightmares of her former self—and shed the pain she has held onto for far too long. Following her multiple award-winning debut, The Pleasing Hour, Lily King has written a “domestic drama with the adrenalin-fueled beating heart of a thriller” (Elle). “King is a wonderfully engaging writer who creates characters and situations we can’t resist.” —The Washington Post
Category: Fiction

Babel S Dawn

Author : Edmund Blair Bolles
ISBN : 9781582438993
Genre : History
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Babel’s Dawn is a saga covering six million years. Like a walk through a natural history museum, Bolles demonstrates how members of the human lineage came to speak. Beginning with a scene of the last common ancestor ignoring a bird as it flies by, he guides us through generations, illuminating how it became possible for two Homo sapiens to not only acknowledge the songbird, but to also discuss the meaning of its song. Tracing the rise of voluntary vocalizations as well as the first word, phrases, and sentences, Bolles works against the common belief that the reason apes cannot speak is they are not smart enough. In this groundbreaking work, Bolles purposes that we now have substantial evidence that this age-old idea can no longer stand. With concrete portrayals of living individuals interwoven with evidence, data, and theory, Babel’s Dawn is a powerful account of a great scientific revolution
Category: History

Facing Up

Author : Bear Grylls
ISBN : 9780330515399
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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'No one could fail to be gripped by his heartfelt excitement and emotion over what was the adventure of a lifetime' Independent At the age of twenty-three, Bear Grylls became one of the youngest Britons to reach the summit of Mount Everest. At extreme altitude youth holds no advantage over experience, and it is generally acknowledged that younger climbers have more difficulty coping with the adverse effects of mountaineering. Nevertheless, only two years after breaking his back in a freefall parachuting accident, Bear Grylls overcame severe weather conditions, fatigue, dehydration and a last-minute illness to stand on top of the world's highest mountain. Facing Up is the story of his adventure, his courage and humour, his friendship and faith.
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Walking Without Footprints

Author : Connie Delaney
ISBN : 9780595246601
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Sit back in your chair and drop out of society at the same time. This book takes you on the journey of one young American as she shuns the world of commerce and escapes into the wilderness to learn from the rivers and trees. Walking Without Footprints is the compelling story of the author in the early 1970's as she grabs a backpack and heads into the mountainous wilderness of central Colorado. Connie's story intertwines with wisdom and tales from Zen, Buddhist and Sufi traditions as she learns to escape from her own mind and conditionings. Add to this mix the past instigation of Catholic school nuns and the free-thinking mentality of the baby-boomer generation and you have a rebel who won't quit until she has reached the deepest core of what it means to be a human being, alive on our planet today. Follow Connie on her adventure as she pitches a tipi and gets snowed into a mining claim cabin. Discover how to listen with your elbows, overcome fear of death, track a cougar, and walk through the world leaving no footprints behind. You'll never see your day-to-day life the same again.
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No Footprints

Author : Susan Dunlap
ISBN : 9781619020948
Genre : Fiction
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What is death? Darcy Lott asks her Zen teacher, Garson-roshi. While scouting a location site on the Golden Gate Bridge, stunt double Darcy Lott sees a woman about to jump. The woman fights, but Darcy manages to pull her back. Before disappearing, the woman tells Darcy that by Thanksgiving shell be dead. Darcy has four days to find her and keep her from killing herself, but she has no idea who she is. Darcy tracks her to a dodgy San Francisco neighborhood, where she uncovers more perplexing facts. The woman ran a copy shop operating as a front for “the cockroach, the shady police boss of the neighborhood, lived in a cheap apartment above a bagpipe player, and spent very little money except on an expensive racing bike the week before. Meanwhile, there are problems with the movie production. One of the producers, Macomber Dale, gets their permit revoked, causing them to redo an entire set-up, and then drives the stunt car off the Berkeley pier. The search leads Darcy to the last place a woman would ever bike to: the Top of the Mark on Nob Hill, to a swank charity reception at City Hall and finally to a place more terrifying than the cold Pacific.
Category: Fiction

Schuylkill Legal Record

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ISBN : UCAL:B4435904
Genre : Law reports, digests, etc
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