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Kiss The Panther

Author : Don Otey
ISBN : 0595632033
Genre : Fiction
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I looked up at the Panther hovering over me, blond hair flying, face grimacing with pain. Then I saw it! those long, sharp teeth looked bigger than ever, and they were aimed at my face. I kicked at the Panther's legs and they buckled, but the hideous animal skull swung high above my head. "Kiss the Panther, O'Neill!" my enemy shouted. Ron O'Neill just wants to write fiction and enjoy the good life in Florida. A sadistic serial killer shatters his peaceful existence by leaving quotes from Ron's books at scenes of horrific murders. O'Neill and his policeman friend Trent Gable set out to snare the killer, whose twisted mind takes on the identity of the Florida Panther. Their search takes them into homeless camps, deep into the Everglades, and into the habitat of the wild panthers. Ron's friends and family are terrorized by the killer as the writer and his friend close in. O'Neill's life is crumbling, and he casts a suspicious eye at every person he meets. The fast-paced action climaxes when Ron O'Neill at last learns the true identity of the Panther in a confrontation that threatens to bring his own life to a painful end.
Category: Fiction

Dance Of The Panther

Author : Ingeborg Glasser
ISBN : 1580421911
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In Dance of the Panther, Ingeborg Glasser takes her readers on an emotional journey through her childhood in Germany at a time of tyranny, war, and genocide. As the daughter of an alcoholic father and fiery mother, who was born Jewish but converted to Catholicism as an adult , Ingeborg and her sister fought to overcome bigotry and a tumultuous home life as they pursued their dreams of becoming actresses. But as the Nazi regime tightened its grip and her parents' marriage fell apart, merely staying alive became their ultimate pursuit. Thrilling, gut-wrenching, and at times humorous and outrageous, Dance of the Panther is a first-rate memoir with brains and heart.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Panther

Author : Nelson DeMille
ISBN : 9780748117192
Genre : Fiction
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It's one of the most dangerous and volatile countries in the world: Yemen. A Middle Eastern hotbed of corruption and insurgency and the perfect training ground for Islamic terrorists. When FBI agents John Corey and Kate Mayfield are assigned to overseas posts in Sana'a, Yemen's capital city, they are tasked with hunting down the high-ranking Al Qaeda operative responsible for the USS Cole bombing. This man, known as The Panther, is wanted for terrorist acts and multiple murders and the US government is determined to bring him down, no matter the cost. As latecomers to a deadly game, John and Kate don't know the rules, the players or the score. What they do know is that there is more to their assignment than meets the eye - and that the hunters are about to become the hunted. In an action-packed and terrifying race to take down one of the most ruthless men alive, Nelson DeMille reunites readers with his charismatic hero John Corey.
Category: Fiction

The Panther V In Combat

Author : Bob Carruthers
ISBN : 9781473844421
Genre : History
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The Panther V evidenced a number of problems in combat, and this was the proof of the rushed development programme that?was made obvious from the events at Kursk. However, despite its disappointing battlefield debut, the Panther is frequently hailed as the best all round tank of the war.??This fascinating study by Emmy award winning author and historian Bob Carruthers draws on a wide variety of combat reports and unique primary sources to weigh up the facts in order to produce the definitive single volume overview of a legendary fighting machine. Included are numerous examples of wartime combat reports from both Allied and German sources,additionally there are a large selection of extracts from the Pantherfibel, the?original crew training manual.??This superb book is essential reading for anyone interested in tank warfare during World War II.
Category: History

The Panther

Author : James Whitehead
ISBN : 0913785121
Genre : Poetry
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Through a series of dramatic monologues (spoken by Mary, the Angel Gabriel, Paul of Tarsus, and the “Sidonian archer,” Tiberius Julius Abdes Pantera), the fourteen poems gathered here give life to the Jewish-apocryphal legend of “Jesus, son of Pantera”—the story that Jesus was sired by a Roman soldier. Having learned of a tomb (unearthed in Germany) bearing the soldier’s name, Whitehead spent the last years of his life researching and writing about this fascinating, controversial tradition. In his introduction to the collection, renowned Biblical scholar James Tabor recounts the Scriptural, apocryphal, and archaeological evidence upon which the story is based.
Category: Poetry

Lord Of The Panther Skin

Author : Shota Rustaveli
ISBN : 9781438418407
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This classic medieval romance of chivalry by an outstanding figure in a brilliant period of Georgian literature has affinities with both the Persian tradition and that of the West.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Panther At The Cross

Author : Calvin Quarles
ISBN : 9781524566029
Genre : Fiction
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This is the story of Carlton and his challenges as a young African American growing up with the trials of the sixties, seventies, and eighties. This fictional story closely relates to the lives of those who grew up during the Civil Rights movement. He started out in Sunday school, recruited by the Gangster Disciples at the age of twelve, following the death of Dr. M. L. King Jr., and joined the Black Panthers as a high school student. He attended Malcolm X College, recruited by the nation of Islam, converted back to Christianity as a young adult. He is now a pastor, a teacher, a mentor, a community leader, and a Christian author. This book should be read by every person who has chosen to take a stand against racism and injustice by every Christian, every African American, every African, and every man, women, boy and girl of African descent. For the record, we are all of African descent. This story will help to clarify the challenges of the African American growing up in America today and what the previous generation had to endure and how the next generation must continue to advance the cause of justice, righteousness, and the cross of Christ.
Category: Fiction

Surfing The Panther

Author : Steve Martini
ISBN : 9781476788739
Genre : Fiction
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In this short story from the New York Times bestselling thriller anthology FaceOff, Linda Fairstein and Steve Martini—along with their popular series characters Alex Cooper and Paul Madriani—team up for the first time ever. Paired together on a legal conference panel, Assistant Manhattan D.A. Alexandra Cooper and Los Angeles criminal defense attorney Paul Madriani butt heads over a hypothetical case. But Madriani—currently representing a defendant in the suspected murder of an L.A.-area madam—runs afoul of Coop within minutes over the issue of empathy for the victim, real or hypothetical. Still, after the panel there are no hard feelings and the two colleagues plan to enjoy a drink at one of Coop’s favorite New York City watering holes—that is, until they are approached by an audience member claiming to know something about Madriani’s real-life case that will exonerate his client. Cooper and Madriani’s meeting with the source will lead them into the thick of a global conspiracy that reaches to the highest echelons of power—and ultimately, justice will be done. For more exciting pairs, check out all eleven short stories in FaceOff!
Category: Fiction

Cry Of The Panther

Author : Jeff Gulvin
ISBN : 9781480418394
Genre : Fiction
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A love story of two childhood friends reunited by nature and a tragic past that “recalls the magical power of The Horse Whisperer” (Scotland on Sunday). Imogen was eight-years-old when her brother disappeared. Her family was exploring the Sawtooth Range of Idaho, along with her best friend, a boy named Connla. Compelled by a fearful premonition, Imogen led authorities to her brother’s body, trapped and lifeless in the rushing river currents. Then Imogen and Connla parted ways, and never spoke of it again. Nearly thirty years later, Imogen has retreated to the mountains of Kintail in the Scottish Highlands where she finds peace as an artist painting the surrounding vistas. Living in a secluded cabin in South Dakota, Connla captures its untamed wilderness on film as a nature photographer. Then sightings of a rare big cat set him on a trail that will bring him and Imogen together. Still bound by the haunting memories of that tragic morning, and pulled into the mystery of yet another vision, Imogen and Connla must finally come to terms with the truth. Jeff Gulvin’s novel of redemptive love and the beauties and mysteries of nature is ideal for fans of Nicholas Evans. “Strong on romance . . . [Gulvin’s] passionate interest in animals and his charismatic lovers make for compulsive reading” (Scotland on Sunday).
Category: Fiction