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Beyond The Call Of Duty

Author : Ben Ando
ISBN : 9781472108357
Genre : True Crime
File Size : 86.5 MB
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The book used by Thandie Newton to research her part in Line of Duty. A lone policewoman disarms a knife-wielding schizophrenic; two officers drag a woman from a railway line seconds before an express train roars past; an undercover cop clings onto the bonnet of a drug-dealer's car as it speeds through a busy town centre. These are just some of the ways Britain's police officers are daily called upon to demonstrate bravery in the line of duty when even the most routine call can turn into a life-or-death situation and split-second judgements can make all the difference. Sometimes officers make the ultimate sacrifice in fulfilling their duty. When PC Bill Parker was swept to his death by floodwaters in Cumbria in 2009, he had been working to save stranded motorists from the same fate. This thrilling collection of first-person accounts of true courage celebrates the sustained bravery and presence of mind routinely displayed by so many officers in England, Wales and Scotland. The stories also reveal an insider's view of the culture, training and techniques police officers use in carrying out their duties.
Category: True Crime

The Road From Damascus

Author : Richard N. Longenecker
ISBN : 0802841910
Genre : Religion
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The august contributors to this volume examine the nature of Paul's Damascus Road experience and the impact of that experience on his thought and ministry, and explore how Paul's experience functions as a paradigm for Christian thought today.
Category: Religion

A Missiology Of The Road

Author : J. Kevin Livingston
ISBN : 9781630870720
Genre : Religion
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David Bosch (1929-1992) was one of the foremost mission theologians of the twentieth century, at once a prolific scholar, committed church leader, and active participant in the global conciliar and evangelical mission movements. Less well known is Bosch's distinctive role in the South African church's struggle against apartheid. After reviewing Bosch's background and exploring key themes in his understanding of mission and evangelism, Livingston explores Bosch's legacy from the perspective of the missionary nature of the church. The church is God's kingdom community, acting as a witness to and instrument of the coming reign of God. The church is God's alternative community, simultaneously set apart from the world but also for the sake of the world, exemplifying the radical implications of Christ's new community. The church is God's reconciled and reconciling community, serving as a sign and embodiment of God's love in Christ. For those acquainted with Bosch only as the author of his magisterial Transforming Mission, Livingston shows how Bosch integrated his theology and practice in a faithful, contextually relevant way within South Africa and the global church.
Category: Religion

The Call Of Cthulhu And Other Weird Tales

Author : H. P Lovecraft
ISBN : 9781446476291
Genre : Fiction
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An introduction to the weird and unsettling world of H.P. Lovecraft, master and pioneer of horror. Between these pages you will find things that lurk, things that scurry in the walls, things that move unseen, things that have learnt to walk that ought to crawl, unfathomable blackness, unconquerable evil, inhuman impulses, abnormal bodies, ancient rites, nameless lands best left undiscovered, thoughts best left unspoken, doors best left closed, names best forgotten. You have been warned.
Category: Fiction

The Road Of Transition

Author : Thaddeus M. Williams Sr.
ISBN : 9781452087696
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Life is a cycle of transitions that many fear and dread. If one is not equipped to handle what's ahead the potential to live a stagnated life is inevitable. This is why “The Road of Transition” was written; to assist the reader in preparing for life's cycle of events, good and bad. The goal is twofold: encourage believers to build their faith by studying the Word of God as well as give the reader a glimpse into what God has in store for them if they are willing and obedient to His Word. The insight contained on the pages of this book will destroy the chains of fear that are the foundation for the stress, anxiety and depression that many believers struggle with when they arrive at the crossroads of change. “The Road of Transition” will teach the reader “How to Make the Transition for Happiness, Peace and Prosperity”.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Song Of The Silk Road

Author : Mingmei Yip
ISBN : 9780758268167
Genre : Fiction
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In this richly imaginative novel, Mingmei Yip--author of Peach Blossom Pavilion and Petals From the Sky--follows one woman's daunting journey along China's fabled Silk Road. As a girl growing up in Hong Kong, Lily Lin was captivated by photographs of the desert--its long, lonely vistas and shifting sand dunes. Now living in New York, Lily is struggling to finish her graduate degree when she receives an astonishing offer. An aunt she never knew existed will pay Lily a huge sum to travel across China's desolate Taklamakan Desert--and carry out a series of tasks along the way. Intrigued, Lily accepts. Her assignments range from the dangerous to the bizarre. Lily must seduce a monk. She must scrape a piece of clay from the famous Terracotta Warriors, and climb the Mountains of Heaven to gather a rare herb. At Xian, her first stop, Lily meets Alex, a young American with whom she forms a powerful connection. And soon, she faces revelations that will redefine her past, her destiny, and the shocking truth behind her aunt's motivations. . . Powerful and eloquent, Song of the Silk Road is a captivating story of self-discovery, resonant with the mysteries of its haunting, exotic landscape.
Category: Fiction

On The Road With Jesus

Author : Ben Witherington
ISBN : 9781426712166
Genre : Religion
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Jesus changed lives; let him change yours. In this 4-session video study with popular author and New Testament scholar, Ben Witherington takes you to the sites where Jesus ministered. Through Jesus, we see God's grace empowering us to live more fully and faithfully. Relax as Dr. Witherington takes you to the places where the Son of God taught and performed miracles. Visit such places as Jerusalem, Capernaum, Bethsaida, Caesarea Philippi. Gain new understandings of the world in which Jesus taught as you deepen your faith and walk beside Jesus down the streets and paths of the Holy Land. See how God's passion for us will open your eyes to new possibilities for your own discipleship.
Category: Religion

American Railroad Journal

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ISBN : MINN:31951000877136R
Genre : Civil engineering
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Category: Civil engineering

Call Of Duty Battle Reports

Author : Scott Reiter
ISBN : 9780557554973
Genre :
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This book is about firsthand accounts from a gamer. These are his stories of all his different battles in Call of Duty spanning over 9 months of game play. The other players are his friends and co-workers and you will get to know more about each of them as you read each battle report.