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Sea Of Suspicion

Author : Toni Anderson
ISBN : 9781488036972
Genre : Fiction
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Toni Anderson, a “riveting story of suspense and the depths and heights of human character”* set on the rugged east coast of Scotland. A Nook Top 100 bestseller and a Best Book of 2010 Nominee by The Romance Reviews Marine biologist Susie Cooper traded her life in America for a dream job on the rugged Scottish coast. Now all she lacks is the right man to start a family with. After their first meeting, she knows sexy Detective Inspector Nick Archer isn’t what she’s looking for. He’s the type of guy whose idea of commitment is staying the whole night. Nick has returned to St. Andrews for one reason only—to fulfill his vow to find his wife’s killer. Relentless in his twelve-year quest for justice, he has no problem using Susie to get close to his primary suspect: her boss. But the passion between them smolders, and as it ignites, Nick finds himself torn between his past and his present—with Susie. When one of her boss’s students is murdered, Nick’s investigation draws Susie into a web of madness and betrayal. They will have to learn to trust each other if they’re going to catch a killer...and come out of this alive. This book is approximately 84,000 words One-click with confidence. This title is part of the Carina Press Romance Promise: all the romance you’re looking for with an HEA/HFN. It’s a promise! * The Romance Reviews Originally published in 2010
Category: Fiction

Sea Of Suspicion

Author : Carolyn Keene
ISBN : 9781481438636
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A high-stakes treasure hunt plunges Nancy into a sea of danger…and murder. In Key West, Nancy sets sail on the Lady Jane in search of a wrecked Spanish galleon. When the owner of the ship is charged with murder, however, Nancy suspects a setup. Can Nancy find the truth before the captain of the Lady Jane goes down with the ship?
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Responses To 101 Questions On The Dead Sea Scrolls

Author : Joseph A. Fitzmyer
ISBN : 0809133482
Genre : Religion
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'What are the Dead Sea Scrolls?' 'What is Qumran and what relation do the Dead Sea Scrolls have to it?' 'Where are the scrolls today?' 'How do the authors of the scrolls conceive of God?' 'What do these scrolls tell us about first-century Judaism?' 'Does the title 'Son of Man' occur in the scrolls?' Responses to 101 Questions on the Dead Sea Scrolls tackles these and many other questions that people ask about the discovery, contents, and significance of one of the greatest manuscript discoveries of all time.
Category: Religion

Novels Of Ernest Hemingwaya Critical Study

Author : Ishteyaque Shams
ISBN : 8126901675
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The Present Book Provides A Critical Analysis Of All The Novels And Short Stories Of Ernest Hemingway, A Twentieth Century American Novelist Who Got Nobel Prize For Literature. Hemingway Is A Writer Of Lost Generation, Of An Era Of Chaos And Disillusionment, But His Approach Is Neither Defeatist Nor Negative In Nature; Instead, It Is Something Vigorously Optimistic And Positive In Spirit. What Hemingway Seeks To Tell Us Through His Novels And Short Stories Is Indeed Important, But Far More Important Is The Way, The Mode In Which He Tells Us. It Is In This Course That A Proper Emphasis Has Been Given In The Present Book On The Use Of Symbols And Images In His Novels And Short Stories Besides Other Trends And Techniques In His Writings. Undoubtedly This Book Will Be A Boon For The Scholars Of Ernest Hemingway.

Under Suspicion

Author : Boris Groys
ISBN : 9780231518499
Genre : Philosophy
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The public generally regards the media with suspicion and distrust. Therefore, the media's primary concern is to regain that trust through the production of sincerity. Advancing the field of media studies in a truly innovative way, Boris Groys focuses on the media's affect of sincerity and its manufacture of trust to appease skeptics. Groys identifies forms of media sincerity and its effect on politics, culture, society, and conceptions of the self. He relies on different philosophical writings thematizing the gaze of the other, from the theories of Heidegger, Sartre, Mauss, and Bataille to the poststructuralist formulations of Lacan and Derrida. He also considers media "states of exception" and their creation of effects of sincerity—a strategy that feeds the media's predilection for the extraordinary and the sensational, further fueling the public's suspicions. Emphasizing the media's production of emotion over the presentation (or lack thereof) of "facts," Groys launches a timely study boldly challenging the presumed authenticity of the media's worldview.
Category: Philosophy

Cast Up By The Sea

Author : Sir Samuel White Baker
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Author : Kate Brian
ISBN : 9781471104824
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Reed Brennan thought that a winter break in the islands with some of the Billings Girls, old and new, was just what she needed to recover from her traumatic last term at Easton. At first everything is perfect; relaxing, fun and elegant. But then things take a more sinister turn and suddenly Reed finds herself in danger once more. If Reed wants to survive her fateful vacation she must discover who is after her and why, before it's too late
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Crisis Of French Sea Power 1688 1697

Author : Geoffrey Symcox
ISBN : 9789401020725
Genre : History
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The French navy that fought in the Nine Years War was essentially Colbert's creation. Earlier in the century Richelieu had given France the beginnings of a navy: ships, ports, a corps of officers and an administra tive structure. But most of his work was undone by neglect in the years after his death, and the task of making France a maritime power had to begin again under Louis XIV. Colbert's efforts to build a navy were distinguished by the same stubborn energy that he brought to all his other tasks. Behind his desire for naval might lay his vision of France as the first commercial power in Europe, for he saw clearly that mercantile preponderance could never be achieved without the backing of a strong fleet of warships. Trade would follow the flag, as he believed it had for his envied models and perpetual rivals, the Dutch. Soon after Louis XIV's assumption of power, Colbert set about the enOImOUS labour of resurrecting the navy founded by Richelieu; he soon found that the task was really one of creation, virtually ex nihilo. Ships or built, sailors recruited, captains enticed home from were purchased service under foreign flags, bases planned and constructed, an adminis trative system established.
Category: History