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The Secrets Of Bones

Author : Kylie Logan
ISBN : 9781250180605
Genre : Fiction
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Second in a new series from national bestselling author Kylie Logan, The Secrets of Bones is a riveting mystery following Jazz Ramsey as she trains a cadaver dog. Assembly Day at St. Catherine’s dawns bright and cloudless as professional woman gather from all around Ohio to talk to the schoolgirls about their careers ranging from medicine, to NASA, to yoga. Jazz Ramsey has also signed up to give the girls a taste of her lifelong passion: cadaver dog training. Her adorable new puppy Wally hasn’t been certified yet, so she borrows the fully-trained Gus from a friend and hides a few bones in the unused fourth floor of the school for him to find. The girls are impressed when Gus easily finds the first bone, but then Gus heads confidently to a part of the floor where Jazz is sure no bones are hidden—at least not any that she’s put there. But Gus is a professional, and sure enough, behind a door that no one has opened in ages, is a human skeleton. Jazz recognizes the necklace the skeleton is wearing, and that it belonged to Bernadette Quinn, an ex-teacher at the school who’d quit her job abruptly one Christmas break. But now it seems Bernadette never left the school at all, and her hiding place makes it clear: this was murder. Bernadette in life had been a difficult personality, and so there are a plethora of suspects inside the school and out of it. As Jazz gets closer to the truth she can’t help but wonder if someone might be dogging her footsteps...
Category: Fiction

Csi Alberta

Author : Peter B. Smith
ISBN : 9781926936161
Genre : True Crime
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Ten gripping tales of murder and missing persons show how skulls and skeletons reveal their secrets to forensic investigators. A skull is found on a scree slope high above the mirror-calm waters of Spray Lakes. Bones rumoured for years to be buried in a Medicine Hat backyard are finally dug up. The trussed and tortured skeletal remains of an unknown man are found in a septic tank near Tofield. These baffling Alberta cases show how dogged, old-fashioned detective work combines with modern forensic techniques in the search for the truth.
Category: True Crime

Secrets Of The Tomb

Author : Alexandra Robbins
ISBN : 9780759527379
Genre : Social Science
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This is the only exposé of one of the world's most secretive and feared organizations: Yale University's nearly 200-year-old secret society, Skull and Bones. Through society documents and interviews with dozens of members, Robbins explains why this old-boy product of another time still thrives today.
Category: Social Science

The Skeleton Code

Author : Alla Campanella
ISBN : 9781630479541
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 50.47 MB
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A revealing look at what we hide and why: “Funny, well-written, and absolutely the best self-help book I have come across in a while” (Urban Book Reviews). In an of age of social media, computer hacking, recorders on every new device we can get our hands on, and security cameras following every shameless move we make, privacy is a thing of the past. Unfortunately, the skeletons in our closets aren’t so gone, forgotten, or protected. With one errant text, unfortunate photo, or midnight tweet, they can start rattling. This tongue-in-cheek, yet cautionary book explores the many ways, and great lengths we go to, to shield our public personas, reputations, and most embarrassing and cringe-worthy secrets. With scores of funny and alarming interviews with people who didn’t take extreme measures to guard their now-free and feral skeletons, it also outlines the strategies you can take to make sure your secrets never see the light of day. If you don’t think you need the key to The Skeleton Code, you’re treading the dark and increasing crowded waters of that infamous river called Denial.
Category: Self-Help

The Skeleton Woman

Author : Ren�e
ISBN : 9781869694654
Genre : Fiction
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A baby on the doorstep, a skeleton woman biding time before the truth comes out. Rose Anthony�s life has just become much more complicated � Soon-to-be-fifty Rose Anthony finds an abandoned baby outside her kitchen door. Bogged down in the drama of an impending birthday, a serious row with her lover, and the anxiety of waiting to hear how her wall hanging has fared in the Stacy Competition, there�s no room for this dilemma. Scrawled on a card in black felt tip, the words For Rose Anthony leave no doubt that the baby was left for her, but whose baby is it?
Category: Fiction

Secrets Of The Sideshows

Author : Joe Nickell
ISBN : 0813123585
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 74.43 MB
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"Joe Nickell - once a carnival pitchman, then a magician, private detective, and investigative writer - has pursued sideshow secrets for years and has worked the famous carnival midway at the Canadian National Exhibition. For this book, he interviewed showmen and performers, collected carnival memorabilia, researched published accounts of sideshows and their lore, and even performed some classic sideshow feats, such as eating fire and lying on a bed of nails as a cinderblock was broken on his chest. The result of these varied efforts, Secrets of the Sideshows tells the captivating story of the magic, tricks - real or illusory - and performers of the world's midway shows."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Political Science

Bones Of The Earth

Author : Eliot Pattison
ISBN : 9781250169693
Genre : Fiction
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Bones of the Earth is Edgar Award-winning author Eliot Pattison’s much anticipated tenth and final installment in the internationally acclaimed Inspector Shan series. After Shan Tao Yun is forced to witness the execution of a Tibetan for corruption, he can’t shake the suspicion that he has instead witnessed a murder arranged by conspiring officials. When he learns that a Tibetan monk has been accused by the same officials of using Buddhist magic to murder soldiers then is abruptly given a badge as special deputy to the county governor, Inspector Shan realizes he is being thrust into a ruthless power struggle. Knowing he has made too many enemies in the government, Shan desperately wants to avoid such a battle, but then discovers that among its casualties are a murdered American archaeology student and devout Tibetans who were only trying to protect an ancient shrine. Soon grasping that the underlying mysteries are rooted in both the Chinese and Tibetan worlds, Shan senses that he alone may be able to find the truth. The path he must take, with the enigmatic, vengeful father of the dead American at his side, is the most treacherous he has ever navigated. More will die before he is able to fully pierce the secrets of this clash between the angry gods of Tibet and Beijing. The costs to Shan and those close to him will be profoundly painful, and his world will be shaken to its core before he crafts his own uniquely Tibetan form of justice.
Category: Fiction

Secrets Of The Shaman

Author : Gini Graham Scott Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781462047925
Genre : Social Science
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Secrets Of The Shaman is a follow-up book to The Shaman Warrior, in which the author, Gini Graham Scott, a sociologist/anthropologist, describes her experiences in studying personally with Michael Fairwell, the shaman teacher she first met at a magical encampment. After she joined his group and studied with them in Northern California, as described in The Shaman Warrior, she met with Michael Fairwell and some of his students for advanced training in the L.A. area. The book describes how she participated in a variety of exercises and lessons, from working with altered states of consciousness and raising and manipulating subtle energies to working with intention and creating gateways into other dimensions.
Category: Social Science

The Secrets Of Freemasonry

Author : Robert Lomas
ISBN : 9781780333687
Genre : Social Science
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Many people are curious about the existence of secret societies which claim to hold arcane religious or esoteric knowledge and pass it down through the generations via selected adepts. Classic Masonic writers including William Preston, Robert Gould, JSM Ward, AE Waite and WL Wilmshurst have written about secret traditions connected to the Temple of Sion. Each has different ideas about how mystical knowledge came into Freemasonry. Some say that the Charter of Larmenius reveals an underground line of Knight Templar Grand Masters who survived down to the nineteenth century. All agree there is a Secret Lodge or House of Adepts who continue to teach "true" knowledge of the ancient mysteries and that The Craft transmits beliefs linked to the Earls of Rosslyn, the Knights Templar, and Lodge Mother Kilwinning. Masonic expert Robert Lomas has collected together this thread of belief from old Masonic writers and rewritten it in modern English to make the ideas accessible to modern readers.
Category: Social Science