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Taste Of Wrath

Author : Matt Wallace
ISBN : 9780765393241
Genre : Fiction
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With seven books for seven sins, Taste of Wrath is the adrenaline-fuelled finalé to Matt Wallace's Sin du Jour series, which Chuck Wendig calls "a raucous, riotous tale of culinary madness"! Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be about to change. The entity formerly known as Allensworth has been manipulating Bronko and his team from Day One, and the gang at Sin du Jour have had enough. Old debts are called in, and an alliance is formed with the unlikeliest of comrades. Some will die. Some will descend. And some will rise. Sin du Jour Book 1: Envy of Angels Book 2: Lustlocked Book 3: Pride's Spell Book 4: Idle Ingredients Book 5: Greedy Pigs Book 6: Gluttony Bay Book 7: Taste of Wrath At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Category: Fiction

Gluttony Bay

Author : Matt Wallace
ISBN : 9780765393210
Genre : Fiction
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Gluttony Bay is the penultimate Sin du Jour affair, Matt Wallace's funny foodie series about the New York firm that caters to the paranormal, which began with Envy of Angels. Welcome to Gluttony Bay High Security Supernatural Prison. We value your patronage. For your entertainment this evening, we are delighted to welcome the world's most renowned paranormal culinary experts. And on the menu: You. Sin du Jour Book 1: Envy of Angels Book 2: Lustlocked Book 3: Pride's Spell Book 4: Idle Ingredients Book 5: Greedy Pigs Book 6: Gluttony Bay Book 7: Taste of Wrath At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Category: Fiction

Taste And See

Author : John Piper
ISBN : 0307574245
Genre : Religion
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A Devotional Powerhouse! This revision of the follow-up to the popular A Godward Life adds twenty fresh entries to the original 120 daily meditations that are solid meat and sweet milk from God’s Word. The new entries broach current and controversial subject matter, such as partial-birth abortion and gay marriage. Piper asks the hardest questions and finds wonderfully poignant but practical and applicable truths from the Bible. These 350 pages of substantive spiritual nourishment will brace readers’ minds with truth and nourish their hearts with God’s sovereign grace. Pastors and lay leaders particularly will appreciate the three indexes included. They don’t need to look any further to find a pertinent illustration or tidbit of inspiration! Expanded Edition of the Popular Godward Life II Devotional Taste and see…The Lord is good. Psalm 34:8 The soul tastes truth like the lips taste food. Spiritual hunger cries out for rich, substantial nourishment. It is remarkable how much meat these daily portions contain. Skillfully presented by pastor John Piper, this devotional of contemporary meditations on biblical reality will whet your appetite for more of God Himself and refresh you in your daily communion with Christ. “This volume is a treasure of true doctrine applied to life.” -R. Albert Mohler Jr., president, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary “Going to sleep with John Piper’s words on your mind will coax you from complacency and wake you up to a passionate faith.” -Phil Callaway, speaker and bestselling author Story Behind the Book John Piper’s life-long love affair with his church is evidenced in each of the 140 articles included in Taste and See. Originally, each article was written for his flock at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis . They are sometimes follow-ups to Sunday sermons; sometimes meditations of a pastor’s heart, expressing his longing for the holiness of his congregation. Many of the entries are his own relentless interrogations of a biblical text. A few are colorful anecdotes from a pastor’s daily life—a pastor whose heartbeat for God pulsates through every word.
Category: Religion

Chef Maurice And The Wrath Of Grapes

Author : J.A. Lang
ISBN : 9781910679074
Genre : Fiction
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Chef Maurice Mysteries - Book #2 in series In the rarefied world of wine collecting, murder isn’t exactly a barrel of laughs… An invitation to dinner at the home of renowned wine collector Sir William Burton-Trent soon finds Chef Maurice in the middle of an all-too-real murder mystery party, when Sir William is found dead in his own wine cellar. The guests are acting all innocent, but which one is only playing the part? The pushy Californian film director? The seductive French winemaker? Or could it be, against all narrative decency, the butler who did it? With the help of food critic friend Arthur Wordington-Smythe, a large kipper sandwich, and the newly formed Cochon Rouge Wine Appreciation Society, Chef Maurice must get to the bottom of matters before events turn decidedly sour…
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Author : Michael R. Häack
ISBN : 1452021430
Genre : Fiction
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Set in the quiet countryside of post-war England, this is a story of intrigue and espionage. This full-length novel will hold your attention whether you are a mystery lover, a history fan, or simply enjoy psychological intrigue. Edith is a fifty year old veteran of World War II and once worked as an overseas intercept operative for the British OSS. Wartime trauma and the violent death of friends have taken their toll on her mind and she has lost the ability to cope. Now, housed in a remote sanitarium, she tries to deal with her all but forgotten past in war-torn France, the present horrors of captivity in a house for the insane, and an almost certain future interned with other “nuts”. Flashbacks will send the reader racing between the field of battle in occupied France and the darkened halls of stone in the Rose of The Valley Sanitarium. As trauma and terror converge at the climax, a long lost sister and a loose mouthed London news reporter correspond and discover they have something in common; they both know just enough about what is going on at the sanitarium to intrigue and scare them. The solution seems so simple: go to the sanitarium, confront The Captain – the alcoholic and cruel governess of that institution, and uncover truths hidden with those dark stone walls.
Category: Fiction

The Macarthur Bible Commentary

Author : John F. MacArthur
ISBN : 9781418562243
Genre : Religion
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The MacArthur Bible Commentary treats every passage of the OT and NT phrase by phrase, with hundreds of word studies as sidebars throughout.
Category: Religion

Sir Fartsalot Hunts The Booger

Author : Kevin Bolger
ISBN : 9781101184585
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Things really stink in the Kingdom of Armpit. King Reginald the Not Very Realistic has had it up to here with his practical joker of a son Prince Harry. Even Sir Bedwetter can?t take the prince?s Royal Clowning Around! Enter Sir Fartsalot?the bravest, boldest, er, most potent knight in all the land! He?s on a quest to solve the riddle of the Foul West Wind?a ghastly odor that turns up whenever danger is lurking. Prince Harry decides to play the biggest, boogeriest prank of all time! He convinces Sir Fartsalot that The Booger, a frightful and repulsive villain, is on the prowl. But when a real Booger turns up, Harry, Sir Fartsalot and the knight?s old buddy Sir Knotaclew must set out on a hilarious quest to rid the world of the Snotty Scoundrel, once and for all!
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Literary Hours

Author : Nathan Drake
ISBN : UOM:39015012322957
Genre : English literature
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Category: English literature

Studs Terkel S Chicago

Author : Studs Terkel
ISBN : 9781595587930
Genre : History
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In a blend of history, memoir, and photography, the Pulitzer Prize winner paints a vivid portrait of this extraordinary American city. Chicago was home to the country’s first skyscraper (a ten-story building built in 1884), and marks the start of the famed Route 66. It is also the birthplace of the remote control (Zenith) and the car radio (Motorola), and the first major American city to elect a woman (Jane Byrne) and then an African American man (Harold Washington) as mayor. Its literary and journalistic history is just as dazzling, and includes Nelson Algren, Mike Royko, and Sara Paretsky. From Al Capone to the street riots during the Democratic National Convention in 1968, Chicago, in the words of Studs Terkel, “has—as they used to whisper of the town’s fast woman—a reputation.” Chicago was also home to Terkel, the Pulitzer Prize–winning oral historian, who moved to Chicago in 1922 as an eight-year-old and who would make it his home until his death in 2008 at the age of ninety-six. This book is a splendid evocation of Studs Terkel’s hometown in all its glory—and all its imperfection.
Category: History