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The Tormentor

Author : Jacques Meyer
ISBN : 9781532000355
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Monsieur Arthur Valois Dourville de Montrissart was a short cynical man who distrusted everything and demeaned almost everybody. The lack of refinement in his personality, his devious attitude betrayed his self proclaimed aristocratic name of Valois Dourville de Montrissart. Arthur was far to be a chivalrous knight. As the owner of a classy French restaurant Le Cerisier, he displayed these characteristics to the disgust of his dedicated employees. For many ordinary working men, Arthurs hostile management was enough reason to quit, just as Leansing, Camille and chef Picharon did. But not Pierre Choucart, for he was no ordinary man. His inspiration was drawn from Mahatma Gandhi who preached peaceful means to British rule. Pierre was ready to accept the beatings. Moreover, Choucarts great sense of humor was the very quality that kept him working in such an offensive environment. What mattered to him most was that he earned the respect, the friendship of his customers with his good nature and honesty. This very trait infuriated Arthur, thus Pierre became his bte noire. Even that a great portion of his life was spent working for a tyrant, no better than le petit Napoleon, Pierre did not have the slightest regret. If this was a fairy tale, the humble Pierre Choucart lived happily ever after with a conscience that has forgiven and a mind that reminisce only the funny, the warm-hearted memories at Le Cerisier.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Tormentor

Author : Alex Binney
ISBN : 9781475945607
Genre : Fiction
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A retired fireman is brutally murdered in the small village of Cromar, East Sussex. His son then starts to receive mysterious messages after his father's funeral, which unsettle him, and it seems that this killer has also eliminated his cousin when her body is discovered. The perpetrator is not satisfied with just tormenting him, but also embarks on the same strategy with the local police. Detective Inspector Stuart Willis, the investigating officer, is put under severe scrutiny when the serial killer starts delivering messages to his superiors, which undermine his capabilities and imply that he is a corrupt police official. At the same time, a private investigator, Conrad Jessoric, is engaged by the widow of a wealthy newspaperman to investigate the killing of her husband and a missing one hundred thousand pounds. In doing so, he unwittingly takes on a paranoid schizophrenic as a future partner, which coincides with an escalation of murders in the East Sussex area. To complicate matters further, a local couple appear to have committed suicide by jumping off the cliff at Beachy Head. Willis has his work cut out trying to establish how many deaths are connected and to find the killer who is continuously tormenting him. Another sizzling thriller from the pen of Alex Binney.
Category: Fiction

The Tormentor

Author : Bill Pronzini
ISBN : 0843948086
Genre : Fiction
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After the death of his wife in a freak accident, Dix Mallory is tormented by a series of anonymous telephone calls, a campaign of terror that continues to escalate into a nightmare of violence, suspicion, and death. Original.
Category: Fiction

The Tormentor

Author : William Romaine Paterson
ISBN : NYPL:33433075749766
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Shadow Walker

Author : Marion David Russell
ISBN : 9781607997573
Genre : Fiction
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A family vacation is brought to an immediate halt when Noble's father disappears without a trace. In a frantic search, Noble carelessly enters a door that leads him into a dark world where good is losing the fight against evil. No one is there to help him fight against the evil inhabitants of this world until he meets a mysterious girl named Rue. Noble and Rue's journey of danger and betrayal culminates into a showdown with the brooding Dark Lord. Their only hope to survive is the presence of a powerful shadow that covers Noble and rains devastation upon those that oppose them. Noble must discover what it means to equip the full armor of God and become a feared Shadow Walker if he is to survive and find his father. Marion Russell's fantastic take on what it means to truly rely upon God to survive life's many battles will leave you with the question: are you walking under God's shadow? "In life the crowd is easily followed, but the true adventure of the spirit is how we choose to overcome the obstacles in our lives. Shadow Walker is a wonderful adventure that encourages youth to unleash the power of God through faith." Janet Nesler, Freelance Writer Author Marion David Russell is a graduate of Kentucky Christian College with a bachelor's degree in Bible and a minor in English literature. Marion, and his wife, Ellen, currently reside in Medway, Ohio.
Category: Fiction

Cut And Assemble Wizard Of Oz Theatre

Author : Dick Martin
ISBN : 0486247996
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Everything needed to put on the Wizard of Oz show, including the theater, stage, scenery, props, all the Oz characters, a synopsis of the story and step-by-step directions for assembling the theater, stage and other parts.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Brothers Karamazov

Author : Fyodor Dostoevsky
ISBN : 9781407016269
Genre : Fiction
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The Brothers Karamazov is a murder mystery, a courtroom drama, and an exploration of erotic rivalry in a series of triangular love affairs involving Karamazov and his three sons - the impulsive and sensual Dmitri; the coldly rational Ivan; and the healthy young novice Alyosha. Through the gripping events of their story, Dostoevsky portrays the social and spiritual strivings in what was both a golden age and a tragic turning point in Russian culture.
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Truck Company Operations

Author : John Mittendorf
ISBN : 9781593702182
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This basic, no-nonsense book is a necessity for all firefighters assigned to the truck, as well as members of fire departments who perform the numerous responsibilities of the truck on the fireground. Throughout the book, training tips are included to help you perform the various operations efficiently and effectively. Includes a study guide.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Overcoming Negative Emotions

Author : Annie Chapman
ISBN : 9780736940825
Genre : Religion
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Guilt. Shame. Fear. These emotions and more keep many women from the freedom available in Christ. Using wisdom from the book of James, respected speaker and author Annie Chapman (more than 150,000 books sold) shows readers how to defeat the devil's emotional ploys by...submitting to Godactively resisting the devildrawing near to GodReaders will discover practical helps for completing each biblical step so they can...defeat guilt and choose confidence in Christcounter shame with the knowledge that God values themdeny fear and be filled with the peace of GodOvercoming Negative Emotions also includes a life-changing explanation of what forgiveness is, what it isn't, and how to apply it to real life. Readers will soon realize that freedom and confidence result when they place their trust and faith in God and His Word.
Category: Religion

The Waters Of Sul

Author : Moyra Caldecott
ISBN : 9781843195474
Genre : Fiction
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It is 72 AD, and most of Britain is under Roman domination. At Aquae Sulis, a place of pilgrimage and healing, hot waters gush ceaselessly from the earth. Since ancient times the waters have been associated with the supernatural, and are under the protection of the Celtic Goddess Sul. The Romans have renamed her Sulis Minerva, and have tamed the steaming waters to form a complex of public baths. A statue of the hated Emperor Claudius is being erected in the precincts of the Temple of Sulis Minerva. The centurion Decius Brutus, a Celt, is ordered to return to his home town to protect the statue and prevent trouble. But the local people, led by his proud father and his fiery daughter, Megan, are threatening rebellion... Meanwhile, Megan's twin sister Ethne is torn between her destiny as Oracle of Sul, and her love for Lucius, who is caught up in his own quest for spiritual enlightenment, with the help of the Orphic priest Demosthenes. Twenty miles away, on Glastonia Island, a small Christian community struggles to establish a new religion in a hostile land, away from Roman persecution. Cults from Rome, Greece, Egypt and Judaea vie with the native Celtic beliefs and form a rich backdrop to the human dramas that unfold. The Waters of Sul is set in a time of transition and adjustment, when beliefs are questioned and loyalties are tested. Love and hate, conflict and reconciliation, troubled romance and an uneasy traffic with the supernatural all feature in this brilliantly conceived novel from a masterful storyteller.
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