STREETS OF DARKNESS

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Streets Of Darkness

Author : A. A. Dhand
ISBN : 0750544082
Genre : Bradford (West Yorkshire, England)
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The sky over Bradford is heavy with foreboding. A body has been found. And it's not just any body. Detective Harry Virdee has been suspended from work just as the biggest case of the year lands on what would have been his desk. He can't keep himself away. Determined to restore his reputation, Harry takes to the shadows in search of notorious ex-convict and prime suspect, Lucas Dwight. But as the motivations of the murder threaten to tip an already unstable city into riotous anarchy, Harry finds his preconceptions turned on their head as he discovers what it's like to be on the other side of the law...
Category: Bradford (West Yorkshire, England)

City Of Darkness City Of Light

Author : Alastair Phillips
ISBN : 9053566341
Genre : Performing Arts
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The volume is the first-ever book-length study of the cinematic representation of Paris in the films of German èmigrè filmmakers, many of whom fled there as a refuge from Hitler. In coming to Paris--a privileged site in terms of production, exhibition, and film culture--these experienced professionals also encountered resistance: hostility toward Germans, anti-Semitism, and boycotts from a French industry afraid of losing jobs to foreigners. Phillips juxtaposes the cinematic portrayal of Paris in the films of Robert Siodmak, Billy Wilder, Fritz Lang, Max Ophüls, Anatol Litvak, and others with the wider social and cultural debates about the city in cinema.
Category: Performing Arts

Grace Has A Silent Voice

Author : Nina M Kelly, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781504325097
Genre : Self-Help
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Life often reveals itself in ways we would not choose. Yet in those devastating times, the resilience of the human spirit has the opportunity to shine. It is in those moments that Grace comes to weave the fabric we call life. Herein are the stories told in letters to my friend. I have been afforded the opportunity to experience the benevolence of humanity, the selfless gifts of those whose hearts were touched by horrific events. These are the uplifting journeys in Grace Has a Silent Voice.
Category: Self-Help

Called From Darkness

Author : Bonita K. Wagner
ISBN : 9781469787152
Genre : Fiction
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Chyna Wilson had already begun to question her allegiance to the satanic cult that she had been brought up in, when she falls in love with Todd Rivers. After being drawn to a revival meeting, her life changes forever. She confesses her past to Todd and he offers to help her start a new life. The cult members fear Chyna will tell what she has witnessed, and their leader, Brandon Foster, becomes obsessed by her betrayal. Danger lurks behind every corner and Chyna goes into hiding, but the cult always finds her. Its not until she stares death in the face, that she manages to escape...or has she?
Category: Fiction

Deliverance From Darkness Demons And Disease

Author : Rod Aguillard
ISBN : 9781939748508
Genre : Religion
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We are living in a nation that has forgotten its moral roots and Christian heritage. We are living in a church world that has virtually lost its 'salt' and ability to push back the darkness and demonic influence. Deliverance from Darkness, Demons, and Disease is a reminder of our calling and our power to set the captives free. Do more than read it. Ask the Holy Spirit to enlighten the spiritual truths within this timely writing and allow Him to empower you to destroy the works of darkness. Listed are the key revelations in this journey of spiritual warfare. * Understand the Nature of God's Kingdom and the Nature of the Kingdom of Darkness * Seven Steps into Kingdom Dominion * Minimizing Causalities within the Body of Christ * The Scriptural Basis for Deliverance * Deliverance from Sickness and Disease; Christ Our Healer * Deliverance from Rejection and the Root of Bitterness * Deliverance from Sexual Sin and Guilt * Breaking the Curses * Renewing your Mind
Category: Religion

Outer Darkness

Author : Bart Brevik
ISBN : 9780615165370
Genre : Fiction
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What would you do if your family was under attack by a violent Satanic cult? That's the position Jim DiMario is in - but has he found out too late? A successful pastor of a large suburban church, Jim's life unravels when he investigates an animal mutilation that has taken place in his quiet, upscale community. Seemingly by chance, he meets two strangers in his quest for the truth - each of whom have their own reasons to investigate the grisly mutilations. Jim soon finds himself in too deep when problems arise for his friends & family. His world spinning out of control, Jim discovers that he is the focus of a Satanic cult - the shadowy Temple of Anubis, who's true motives are more sinister than mere animal sacrifices. With time ticking away before Samhain, the most unholy night for the occultists, Jim and his allies face a desperate gamble to save his daughter's life from the Satanists who have abducted her. Will he realize too late that his worst enemy is part of his own inner circle?
Category: Fiction

Light Beyond Darkness

Author : Fred Garel
ISBN : 9781469111636
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Darkness Behind Me

Author : T. J. Shannon
ISBN : 9781491872840
Genre : Fiction
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The Darkness behind Me pursues Jack Bishop, a young professional consumed with the notion that his life could be better. From a broken home, he's been a scholarship athlete with high marks thrust into a high-profile job. His marriage isn't enough for him, and his involvement with a beautiful assistant finds him caught up in corporate espionage and murder. Unaware of his mistress's secret life, he begins an affair that leads the police to suspect him of his boss's murder and being complicit in the death of one of his colleagues. In pursuit of the evil that hides within the company, Jack risks his life to bring some of the most powerful people to justice. But privilege has a long reach. Fired and living with someone else's wife, he soon learns that she is not what she seems. Involved in a far-reaching plot that affects the US Navy and the Chinese, she breaks off the affair. His fall from grace leads him into back rooms and pool halls, where he begins a life away from the corporate glare only to be used by his former assistant to deliver a deadly message. The message results in Jack and his friends becoming the killer's targets and suspects of murder. Given a second chance, Jack tries to rebuild his life only to be denied by the one person he actually loves. In a plethora of bad choices, Jack leaves for the riot-torn city of Detroit on July 23, 1967. In the end, he is left listening to the sobbing in the darkness behind him.
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Letters From Apartheid Street

Author : Michael T. McRay
ISBN : 9781621896234
Genre : Religion
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In 1984, Ron Sider challenged that until Christians are ready to risk everything in pursuit of peace, we dare never whisper another word about pacifism . . . Unless we are ready to die developing new nonviolent attempts to reduce conflict, we should confess that we never really meant that the cross was an alternative to the sword. From this challenge, Christian Peacemaker Teams was born. Nearly thirty years later, Michael McRay too explored Sider's challenge, interning with CPT in the West Bank city of Hebron. Alongside local and international peacemakers, McRay learned how to resist the violence of occupation, sharing in the stories of a suffering people as he struggled to embody the peaceable spirit of the rabbi from Nazareth. This book tells those stories. Drawing on his personal experience with the land and its history, McRay's raw letters home tackle critical issues relevant to peacemakers everywhere: What is really happening in Palestine that mainstream media fails to report? How are Palestinians' lives being affected? How can one be peaceable amidst such violence and oppression? How should Christian discipleship influence one's pursuits of peacemaking and reconciliation? McRay's letters illustrate both the challenge and promise of the cross in today's world.
Category: Religion