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Kindred In Death

Author : J. D. Robb
ISBN : 9780748114948
Genre : Fiction
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She was just an instrument. A weapon. He wanted it to be in that house, inside the house where the cop believed his little girl would always be safe. A phone call from up high interrupts Eve's plans to have a lazy day with her roguish husband Roarke: The teenage daughter of Captain Jonah McMasters, head of the NYPD drug squad, has been found raped and strangled. A terrifying video of Deena, bloody and beaten beyond recognition, suggests a link to a criminal in her father's past, but Eve is getting nowhere - until another murder, and another video, reveals the killer's deadly intent: merciless retribution in the cruellest way possible. Eve and her team must race against the clock to identify the next victim of a killer who will stop at nothing . . .
Category: Fiction

J D Robb In Death Collection

Author : J. D. Robb
ISBN : 9781101562062
Genre : Fiction
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In a New York City of the near future, the streets are as tough as ever—and so are the cops. Especially Eve Dallas, the homicide detective who has made a name for herself solving the most challenging cases, including those in this collection of books 26-29 in the #1 New York Times bestselling In Death series... STRANGERS IN DEATH SALVATION IN DEATH PROMISES IN DEATH KINDRED IN DEATH
Category: Fiction

Adopting The Stranger As Kindred In Deuteronomy

Author : Mark R. Glanville
ISBN : 9780884143123
Genre : Religion
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Investigate how Deuteronomy incorporates vulnerable, displaced people Deuteronomy addresses social contexts of widespread displacement, an issue affecting 65 million people today. In this book Mark R. Glanville investigates how Deuteronomy fosters the integration of the stranger as kindred into the community of Yahweh. According to Deuteronomy, displaced people are to be enfolded within the household, within the clan, and within the nation. Glanville argues that Deuteronomy demonstrates the immense creativity that communities may invest in enfolding displaced and vulnerable people. Inclusivism is nourished through social law, the law of judicial procedure, communal feasting, and covenant renewal. Deuteronomy’s call to include the stranger as kindred presents contemporary nation-states with an opportunity and a responsibility to reimagine themselves and their disposition toward displaced strangers today. Features: Exploration of the relationship of ancient Israel’s social history to biblical texts An integrative methodology that brings together literary-historical, legal, sociological, comparative, literary, and theological approaches A thorough study of Israelite identity and ethnicity
Category: Religion

The Kindred Chronicles Between Two Worlds

Author : D.A. Chan
ISBN : 9781503504844
Genre : Fiction
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"CHAN HAS CREATED A FABULOUS NEW WORLD FOR SCI-FI LOVERS TO EXPLORE... BETWEEN TWO WORLDS BY D.A. CHAN IS A GRIPPING AND DESCRIPTIVE TALE." - FOREWORD REVIEWS DEATHLESSNESS HAS CONSEQUENCES. In Chris' case, it is his allegiance to the Dawnbringers - one of the ruling houses of the ancient city of Demos Geras, whose daughter he has grown to love. But there is a traitor from the capital, one whose plans involve the murder of the ruling houses to plunge all of kindredkind into war. Born to kindred nobility, Elline's life is one of duty and responsibility; and her betrothal to the Magister of Demos Geras might prove to be the saving grace in the coming chaos. But when she become responsible for Chris' death and life thereafter, she cannot deny her growing affections for him as well. With imminent danger ahead, Chris must choose to either pursue his love for Elline or preserve the peace between man and kindred, while Elline must decide to fulfill her vow to the Council before her feelings for Chris cause her to forsake her birthright. "Chan expertly brings to life the strange world of the kindred people... with weavers that can either manipulate emotions or space and time and blade dancers that use the wind to sense the smallest detail of their surroundings, battle scenes are rife with detail and excitement." - FOREWORD REVIEWS "A fantasy that incorporates elements of romance and straightforward action with consistently punchy prose... Chronicles is a good bet for hardcore fantasy fans and offers interesting moments for aficionados of other genres as well." - BLUEINK REVIEW "The concept of Between Two Worlds is rather innovative as a combination of the fantasy and romance genres with a hint of political drama." - PORTLAND BOOK REVIEW "The constant time jumps through the first half of the book kept me on my toes... I look forward to reading from Mr. Chan in the future." - SAN FRANCISCO BOOK REVIEW
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Kindred By Choice

Author : H. Glenn Penny
ISBN : 9781469607658
Genre : History
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How do we explain the persistent preoccupation with American Indians in Germany and the staggering numbers of Germans one encounters as visitors to Indian country? As H. Glenn Penny demonstrates, that preoccupation is rooted in an affinity for American Indians that has permeated German cultures for two centuries. This affinity stems directly from German polycentrism, notions of tribalism, a devotion to resistance, a longing for freedom, and a melancholy sense of shared fate. Locating the origins of the fascination for Indian life in the transatlantic world of German cultures in the nineteenth century, Penny explores German settler colonialism in the American Midwest, the rise and fall of German America, and the transnational worlds of American Indian performers. As he traces this phenomenon through the twentieth century, Penny engages debates about race, masculinity, comparative genocides, and American Indians' reactions to Germans' interests in them. He also assesses what persists of the affinity across the political ruptures of modern German history and challenges readers to rethink how cultural history is made.
Category: History

Blood Kindred

Author : W J McCormack
ISBN : 9781446444245
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In June 1934, W. B. Yeats gratefully received the award of a Goethe-Plakette from Oberburgermeister Krebs, four months after his early play The Countess Cathleen had been produced in Frankfurt by SS Untersturmfuhrer Bethge. Four years later, the poet publicly commended Nazi legislation before leaving Dublin to die in southern France. These hitherto neglected, isolated and scandalous details stand at the heart of this reflective study of Yeats's life, his attitudes towards death, and his politics. Blood Kindred identifies an obsession with family as the link connecting Yeats's late engagement with fascism to his Irish Victorian origins in suburban Dublin and industrializing Ulster. It carefully documents and analyses his involvement with both Maud Gonne and her daughter Iseult, his secretive consultations with Irish army officers during his Senate years, his incidental anti-Semitism, and his approval of the right-wing royalist group L'Action Française in the 1920s. The familiar peaks and troughs of Irish history, such as the 1916 Rising and the death of Parnell, are re-oriented within a radical new interpretation of Yeats's life and thought, his poetry and plays. As far as possible Bill McCormack lets Yeats speak for himself through generous quotation from his newly accessible correspondence. The result is a combative, entertaining biography which allows Ireland's greatest literary figure to be seen in the round for the first time.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Encyclopedia Of Freemasonry And Its Kindred Sciences Volume 3 M R

Author : Albert G. Mackey
ISBN : 9783849688011
Genre : Social Science
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Dr. Albert G. Mackey appears as author of this " Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and its Kindred Sciences," which, being a library in inself, superseded most of the Masonic works which have been tolerated by the craft — chiefly because none better could be obtained. Here is a work which fulfils the hope which sustained the author through ten years' literary labor, that, under one cover he "would furnish every Mason who might consult its pages the means of acquiring a knowledge of all matters connected with the science, the philosophy, and the history of his order." Up to the present time the modern literature of Freemasonry has been diffuse, lumbering, unreliable, and, out of all reasonable proportions. There is, in Mackey's "Encyclopaedia of Masonry," well digested, well arranged, and confined within reasonable limits, all that a Mason can desire to find in a book exclusively devoted to the history, the arts, science, and literature of Masonry. This is volume three out of four and covering the letters M to R.
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Philip Kindred Dick

Author : Phil Stephensen-Payne
ISBN : UVA:X002561627
Genre : Science fiction, American
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The Fourth Book Of Maccabees And Kindred Documents In Syriac

Author : R. L. Bensly
ISBN : 9781107624122
Genre : Religion
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Originally published 1895, this book contains the Syriac texts of the Book of IV Maccabees from the Apocrypha, as well as other Syriac documents on the same theme. It was compiled by R. L. Bensly, a highly respected biblical scholar and a member of the committee that translated the English Revised Version of the Bible in the late nineteenth century, and edited after his death by fellow scholar W. E. Barnes. Barnes provides a translation of those texts that do not exist in ancient Greek, in addition to an introduction on the various forms of the text and their relationship to earlier accounts of the same incident. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in biblical history or Syriac.
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Kindred Spirits

Author : Allen M. Schoen, D.V.M., M.S.
ISBN : 0767911369
Genre : Pets
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Treating animals just as any healer would treat human beings, Allen Schoen has become one of America’s most celebrated veterinarians. Kindred Spirits shares the transformative power of his remarkable methods, explores how alternative healing is revolutionizing his profession, and, in the tradition of James Herriot, shares heartwarming stories of animals and their caretakers who have deeply enriched each other’s lives. Through moving scenes–such as an ailing German shepherd who fights to stay alive so he can assist and comfort his ailing human companion–Schoen details the ways in which the human-animal bond can provide a wellspring of love and support, and outlines his own special prescription for improving the care we give our animals through adopting simple healing practices at home. A remarkable new synthesis of science and spirit, Kindred Spirits at last reveals the many ways our animal friends can help us lead happier, healthier, more fulfilling lives.
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Author : Helen E. Davis
ISBN : WISC:89066039082
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Jacob Davis was the first known ancestor of this branch of the Davis family. He married before 1786, and his son Moses (1786-1870) married Jemima Singley and died in Gwyneed Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Includes Carr, Hall, Howard, Marryman and related families.