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The Man He Never Was

Author : James L. Rubart
ISBN : 9780718099404
Genre : Fiction
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“Rubart will leave readers inspired . . .” —Publishers Weekly STARRED review for The Long Journey to Jake Palmer What if You Woke up One Morning and the Darkest Parts of Yourself Were Gone? Toren Daniels vanished eight months back, and his wife and kids have moved on—with more than a little relief. Toren was a good man but carried a raging temper that often exploded without warning. So when he shows up on their doorstep out of the blue, they’re shocked to see him alive. But more shocked to see he’s changed. Radically. His anger is gone. He’s oddly patient. Kind. Fun. The man he always wanted to be. Toren has no clue where he’s been but knows he’s been utterly transformed. He focuses on three things: Finding out where he’s been. Finding out how it happened. And winning back his family. But then shards of his old self start to rise from deep inside—like the man kicked out of the NFL for his fury—and Toren must face the supreme battle of his life. In this fresh take on the classic Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, James L. Rubart explores the war between the good and evil within each of us—and one man’s only chance to overcome the greatest divide of the soul.
Category: Fiction

The Man Who Never Was

Author : Hylton Smith
ISBN : 9781311114303
Genre : Fiction
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In 1986, Derwenthaugh Coke Works closed, and demolition began. A strange discovery halts the regeneration plans. As there is no obvious explanation as to why these artefacts are there, the police become involved. The only clue which offers any progress points to events which took place many years ago. When a young police officer thinks she has seen one of the objects before, the intrigue thickens.
Category: Fiction

James H Mcconkey A Man Of God

Author : Louise Harrison McCraw
ISBN : 9781532890437
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“James McConkey was a most unusual man, deeply spiritual and widely used. Miss McCraw has written a very instructive and interesting memoir. Many well known servants of Christ appear in these pages who in one way or another were in contact with Mr. McConkey, giving a marvelous realization of what true Christian fellowship is. I am glad to commend the book heartily to the people of God.” H. A. Ironside, LITT.D. Pastor, Moody Memorial Church, Chicago
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Collected Writings By John Nelson Darby Volume Twenty Two

Author : John Nelson Darby
Genre : Religion
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The Testimony of God Connection of the cross with the entire development of God's ways with man. Preface, Angels & Fragments. Evolution Genesis Conscience Innocence Civilisation Genesis, Typically Considered Will Holiness Image and Likeness God's Questions to Man Promise Prayer Life Realism Forgiveness Feelings Exodus The Wilderness Symbols Inspiration Freewill as to Inclination and Choice Dependence Miracles Law Annihilation Worship Revelation Love and Holiness
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The Man Who Never Was

Author : Ewen Montagu
ISBN : 9781612515632
Genre : History
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As plans got under way for the Allied invasion of Sicily in June 1943, British counter-intelligence agent Ewen Montagu masterminded a scheme to mislead the Germans into thinking the next landing would occur in Greece. The innovative plot was so successful that the Germans moved some of their forces away from Sicily, and two weeks into the real invasion still expected an attack in Greece. This extraordinary operation called for a dead body, dressed as a Royal Marine officer and carrying false information about a pending Allied invasion of Greece, to wash up on a Spanish shore near the town of a known Nazi agent. Agent Montagu tells the story as only an insider could, offering fascinating details of the difficulties involved-especially in creating a persona for a man who never was--and of his profession as a spy and the risks involved in mounting such a complex operation. Failure could have had devastating results. Success, however, brought a decided change in the course of the war.
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John L Sullivan

Author : Adam J. Pollack
ISBN : 9781476618340
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Essentially the last of the bare-knuckle heavyweight champions, John L. Sullivan was instrumental in the acceptance of gloved fighting. His charisma and popular appeal during this transitional period contributed greatly to making boxing a nationally popular, “legitimate” sport. Sullivan became boxing’s first superstar and arguably the first of any sport. From his first match in the late 1870s through his final championship fight in 1892, this biography contains a thoroughly researched, detailed accounting of John L. Sullivan’s boxing career. With special attention to the 1880s, the decade during which Sullivan came to prominence, it follows Sullivan’s skill development and discusses his opponents and fights in detail, providing various viewpoints of a single event. Beginning with a discussion of early boxing practices, the sport itself is placed within sociological, legal and historical contexts including anti–prize fighting laws and the so-called “color line.” A complete record of Sullivan’s career is also included.
Category: Sports & Recreation