SOMETHING DANGEROUS

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Something Dangerous

Author : Penny Vincenzi
ISBN : 9780755351534
Genre : Fiction
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From the international bestselling novelist Penny Vincenzi comes SOMETHING DANGEROUS, the second novel in her highly acclaimed SPOILS OF TIME trilogy. For any reader of Jilly Cooper, Daisy Goodwin, Santa Montefiore or Harriet Evans' THE BUTTERFLY SUMMER. 'Reading her is an addictive experience' Elizabeth Buchan The dazzling Lytton twins, Adele and Venetia, are born into the great Lytton publishing empire. In 1928, on their eighteenth birthday, they are rich and admired, with a confidence verging on arrogance. But the spectre of Nazi Germany is growing... Gradually their privileged world darkens in unimaginable ways - but it is not just the twins whose lives have been irrevocably changed. Barty Miller, rescued from the London slums in babyhood by Celia Lytton, is clever, ambitious, and a complete contrast to the twins - and she faces temptation of the most unexpected kind...
Category: Fiction

Something Dangerous

Author : Merrill Singer
ISBN : 9781478610274
Genre : Medical
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This research-based, theory-driven ethnographic account of the changing underground world of drug use and associated health effects covers the essential ground in a succinct, authoritative fashion. After a thorough outline of the nature and history of drug use dynamics, the author assesses the role of youth in new drug use practices, the impact of illicit drug distribution and the war on drugs, and the public health risks of trends in drug use behavior. Additionally, it considers mechanisms for effective public health response to emergent health risks associated with changing drug use patterns. Because Singer carefully explains all technical terms, uses clarifying examples, and avoids jargon, readers will walk away from this volume with a deeper grasp of this social problem; with appreciation for how change figures into drug use practices; and with knowledge of key social, cultural, political-economic, criminal justice, and health factors. Ideal as a text in the undergraduate classroom, its targeted focus and careful exploration of new concepts and theories also make it appealing for use at more advanced levels.
Category: Medical

Darkwing Duck

Author : Golden Press Staff
ISBN : 1561153249
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Dangerous Prayers Pray Until Something Happens

Author : DENNIS ADJEI-SARPONG
ISBN : 9781620503997
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And he spake a parable unto them to this end that men ought always to pray, and not faint…Luke 18:1 From this we realized that prayer is the foundation, central and core pillar of Christianity that triggers all the exploits of the miraculous believer. In buttressing this point, we realize that the master’s disciples’ according to the eleventh chapter of Luke said Lord teach us how to pray as ………The disciples had walked with Jesus and had seen him working miracles, doing greater works, teaching and preaching, prophesying and healing yet they requested not any of these things but said Lord ‘’teach us how to pray..”. This is to say that, they caught the revelation secret of the master as getting things done in his ministry was how he could attract the attention of heaven through PRAYER. I still do not understand why the disciples did not say : Lord pray for us or Lord pray with us but Lord teach us. This means everyone can pray but everyone cannot receive answers to their prayer DANGEROUS PRAYERS
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How Forests Think

Author : Eduardo Kohn
ISBN : 9780520956865
Genre : Social Science
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Can forests think? Do dogs dream? In this astonishing book, Eduardo Kohn challenges the very foundations of anthropology, calling into question our central assumptions about what it means to be human—and thus distinct from all other life forms. Based on four years of fieldwork among the Runa of Ecuador’s Upper Amazon, Eduardo Kohn draws on his rich ethnography to explore how Amazonians interact with the many creatures that inhabit one of the world’s most complex ecosystems. Whether or not we recognize it, our anthropological tools hinge on those capacities that make us distinctly human. However, when we turn our ethnographic attention to how we relate to other kinds of beings, these tools (which have the effect of divorcing us from the rest of the world) break down. How Forests Think seizes on this breakdown as an opportunity. Avoiding reductionistic solutions, and without losing sight of how our lives and those of others are caught up in the moral webs we humans spin, this book skillfully fashions new kinds of conceptual tools from the strange and unexpected properties of the living world itself. In this groundbreaking work, Kohn takes anthropology in a new and exciting direction–one that offers a more capacious way to think about the world we share with other kinds of beings.
Category: Social Science

Dangerous

Author : Diana Palmer
ISBN : 9781459205314
Genre : Fiction
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Tall, lean and headstrong, FBI agent Kilraven lives by his own rules. And one of those rules includes keeping his hands off Jacobsville's resident sweetheart, Winnie Sinclair, no matter the temptation. Shy and innocent, Winnie couldn't handle a man like him—a merciless man with a haunted past. And this small town may hold not only the woman he fights to resist, but the answers to a cold case that is very personal to Kilraven…. Winnie has had her own share of sorrow, and senses Kilraven's pain. Even though she tries to deny it, the gentle 911 operator feels a connection with the darkly handsome agent. As they combine forces in a dangerous investigation, the stakes rise ever higher. Winnie's life is on the line, and she'll need Kilraven more than ever. But if they are to have a future together, her ruthless Texan will need to confront his past and risk it all for their love.
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The Dangers Of Dating Dr Carvalho

Author : Tina Beckett
ISBN : 9781460328132
Genre : Fiction
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In danger of losing her heart…? When Lucas Carvalho arrives in the hospital with gunshot wounds, Sophia recognizes him instantly. Lucas is now a drop-dead-gorgeous plastic surgeon, but he still has the same dark, soulful eyes she remembers from their childhood orphanage. Sophia's determined to keep her distance—Lucas is dangerous for any woman! But can she resist the lure of this bad-boy surgeon…?
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The Last Eagle

Author : Fortune Garcia
ISBN : 9781477122372
Genre : Self-Help
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ABOUT THE BOOK THE LAST EAGLE IS A SPECIAL MIXED BOOK WITH A LOT OF JEWELS JUST MADE FOR YOU. EACH PART IS A NEW DISCOVERING FOR THE READER.MORE THAN WHAT YOU CAN WAIT FOR IS INSIDE THIS BOOK,THE POWERFUL SLICE OF TRANSFORMATION WHICH IS DONE STEP BY STEP IS DRIVING YOU CERTAINTLY TO THE WORLD OF THE AUTHOR COMPLETELY AND ENTIRELY FOR THE REST OF YOUR DREAM.
Category: Self-Help

Is Religion Dangerous

Author : Keith Ward
ISBN : 9780745959498
Genre : Religion
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Many commentators today claim that religion is dangerous and harmful. In addressing this question, Keith Ward begins by defining what religion actually is and how most human harm has been caused. He then looks at why people say that religion is dangerous, focusing particularly on religious wars and conflicts and on specific attacks on religion, such as the claims that God is wrathful, that religion is intolerant, that religious morality is primitive and cruel. Keith Ward argues that religion produces great good - for example, in terms of hospitals, the abolition of slavery, great art and music, moral heroism, and philosophy and science. Religion, he concludes, is the best rational basis for morality.
Category: Religion