Thirteen Years Later

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Thirteen Years Later by Jasper Kent Summary

1825 – Europe and Russia have been at peace for ten years. Bonaparte is long dead and the threat of invasion is no more. For Colonel Aleksei Ivanovich Danilov, life is peaceful. Not only have the French been defeated but so have the twelve monstrous creatures he once fought alongside, and then against, ten or more years ago. His duty is still to serve and to protect his tsar, Aleksandr the First. But now the one who was betrayed by the Romanovs has returned to exact revenge for what has been denied him. And for Aleksei, knowing this chills his very soul. For it seems the vile pestilence that once threatened all he believed in and all he held dear has returned, thirteen years later… From the Trade Paperback edition.

Medjugorje

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Thirteen Years Later

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Thirteen Years of Hell in Paradise

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After leading a regional office in Africa that studied ticks and tick-borne diseases, Rupert Pegram received a call in 1994 that changed his life. His higher ups wanted him to lead a new program in the Caribbean. The Caribbean "Amblyomma" Program, known as the CAP, sought to eliminate the "Amblyomma" tick from the Caribbean region. The stakes were high because ticks transmit terrible diseases. Today, the tropical pest introduced from Africa threatens to invade large areas of the south and central parts of North America. By learning about the progress, setbacks, political and financial constraints, and final heartbreak of failure in the Caribbean, the rest of world can discover how to fight the growing problem. Learn why the CAP program failed and how the Caribbean farmers who were let down by the program suffered. This history and analysis conveys the need to re-establish vigorous research to eradicate tick-borne illnesses. Ticks are invading the larger world, and there are serious implications. They found much of their strength during "Thirteen Years of Hell in Paradise."

Data on Vietnam Era Veterans

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The Next Thirteen Years

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Next Thirteen Years started with the question of how the Mayan Calendar date of 21 December 2012 might be connected to Christian apocalyptic expectations for the end of this age. A certain amount of paranoia was no doubt produced by the unexpected destruction of much of my hometown (Christchurch) through a number of earthquakes that struck throughout 2011, during the year of the super-Moon. The 2011 Japan tsunami came soon after, and these disasters seemed to be leading into 2012, when NASA was also anticipating dangerous solar flares. Many thought the government knew something that the rest of us did not, and wild speculation broke out on YouTube from 2011 onwards, fed by the massive underground bunker-building programs and the arming of FEMA camps all across the United States. Huge stock-piling of food in these bunkers throughout 2013 is not helping to calm public nerves. Financial prognosticators have also foreseen an imminent collapse, and the picture being drawn is almost apocalyptic, expressing a readiness for cosmic disaster or war on American soil. My own beliefs anticipate critical events from 2026 to 2030, which is when I think the final great Antichrist will be upon us, who will appear with the overthrow of Jerusalem. The thirteen-year gap from 2013 to 2026 is of the right length to suggest the next thirteen years could be the period of “apostasia” (rebellion) that Paul speaks of as preceding this great Man of Sin, whom Christ must destroy at his return. What governments are doing now can easily be read as preparation for the collapse of society, perhaps with the aim of building a New World Order from the ashes, ruling over whoever is fortunate enough to survive what is about to come. Plans to cull population may also be brought to fruition in this great set of events about to take place upon the Earth. In setting the plan of the elitists alongside what I think will transpire from 2026 onwards, I lay before the reader what I think the Next Thirteen Years may hold for us.

Just Listen

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Alex Coball is an average girl with a special gift. She talks to aliens! As time goes on Alex wants to share about her aliens, but no one wants to listen. She becomes violent, killing anyone who won't listen. Will the killings end? Years after Alex's death "her" aliens come to her hometown. Are they friendly and talkative with the neighbors or are they mean, angry and bloodthirsty? In the end all the questions will be answered and there is an important life lesson to be learned.

Little Lies

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In this riveting prequel novella to her novel Little Mercies, New York Times bestselling author Heather Gudenkauf explores how even the smallest lies can have far-reaching consequences. When the body of a woman is discovered in a local park—with her bewildered four-year-old son sitting beside her—veteran social worker Ellen Moore is called in to assist in the police investigation. Positioned beneath a statue of Leto, the goddess of motherhood, the crime is weighted with meaning and, Ellen discovers, remarkably similar to one from a decade past. Ellen's professional duty is to protect the child, but she's not equipped to contend with a killer. As she races to connect the dots, she knows her time is running out. And the stakes are high: if she fails, another mother is sure to make the ultimate sacrifice.

We Are Joseph

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We Are Joseph a powerful historic book written by Jean Louis Tailly seeks to fi nd a lasting solution to the ongoing crises in Africa. The book brings to life the hardships, humiliation, and expected triumphs of broken family relationships, poverty, hostility, and horrors associated with slavery. We Are Joseph explores the good that can come out of slavery. The story of Joseph forms the backdrop of this book highlighting Josephs painful separation from his family, his life as a slave in a foreign land, his eventual rise to power and reconciliation with his brothers. It describes the striking similarities between Josephs experience and the African-American experience in slavery. Tailly looks at slavery not from the human perspective but from a godly perspective. We Are Joseph is about the history, identity, and destiny of African- Americans. It is a history full of victories and defeats but more importantly, a history rich with lessons that can help build a brighter future for generations to come. The book also answers the question of why African-Americans were brought to America and gives compelling reasons why they are Gods chosen instrument to unify the Africans, bring them peace, stability, and prosperity, and repair the psychological, sociological, and economical damages caused by the Atlantic slave trade.

Irish Journal

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In IRISH JOURNAL, Heinrich Boll the celebrated novelist becomes Heinrich Boll the relatively obscure traveler, touring Ireland in the mid-1950s with his wife and children. While time may stand still in Irish pubs, Boll does not, and his descriptions of his various travels throughout Ireland are as vivid and compelling today as they were over 40 years ago.

A personal narrative of thirteen years service amongst the wild tribes of Khondistan for the suppression of human sacrifice

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Girl Last Seen

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'Fantastic. Couldn't put this book down' 'Shocking and explosive' 'I literally could not stop reading!' 'Full of suspense and action. 5*' A dark and twisting psychological thriller for readers of I Am Watching You, The Luckiest Girl Alive, and All the Missing Girls. Lainey Moreno was abducted when she was ten years old. She managed to escape, but so did her kidnapper. Now, thirteen years later, he has struck again. Lainey knows her memories could help the police find Olivia Shaw and the man who took her. The problem is, she's spent over a decade doing everything she can to forget. It's time for Lainey to confront her past and discover the truth about what happened all those years ago. But can she do it in time to save Olivia? Or has her luck finally run out? What readers are saying about GIRL LAST SEEN 'It is absolutely BRILLIANT and has shot onto my favourite books of the year list! I JUST LOVED EVERYTHING ABOUT IT!' 'A dark,twisted and tense thriller that I devoured and couldn't put down.' 'This is the best thriller I've read this year. Lainey is a spiky character that you can't help but feel for as she searches her murky past. A real page turner' 'Wow what a first book. Twists and turns keep you on the edge of your seat. Can't wait for the next one from an author who is going to be on everyone's read list.'

Marriage, Dowry, and Citizenship in Late Medieval and Renaissance Italy

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Through his research on the status of women in Florence and other Italian cities, Julius Kirshner helped to establish the socio-legal history of women in late medieval and Renaissance Italy and challenge the idea that Florentine women had an inferior legal position and civic status. In Marriage, Dowry, and Citizenship in Late Medieval and Renaissance Italy, Kirshner collects nine important essays which address these issues in Florence and the cities of northern and central Italy. Using a cross-disciplinary approach that draws on the methodologies of both social and legal history, the essays in this collection present a wealth of examples of daughters, wives, and widows acting as full-fledged social and legal actors. Revised and updated to reflect current scholarship, the essays in Marriage, Dowry, and Citizenship in Late Medieval and Renaissance Italy appear alongside an extended introduction which situates them within the broader field of Renaissance legal history.

Working Out

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Working Out by Hilary Hinds,Ann Phoenix Summary

Addresses issues of concern in the area of women's studies, aiming to offer fresh perspectives on sexuality, paid work, the development process, equal opportunities legislation, lesbian history and women's writing. The book is also concerned with the politics and practice of women's studies.

Sex and Sexuality in Early America

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Sex and Sexuality in Early America by Merril D. Smith Summary

What role did sexual assault play in the conquest of America? How did American attitudes toward female sexuality evolve, and how was sexuality regulated in the early Republic? Sex and sexuality have always been the subject of much attention, both scholarly and popular. Yet, accounts of the early years of the United States tend to overlook the importance of their influence on the shaping of American culture. Sex and Sexuality in Early America addresses this neglected topic with original research covering a wide spectrum, from sexual behavior to sexual perceptions and imagery. Focusing on the period between the initial contact of Europeans and Native Americans up to 1800, the essays encompass all of colonial North America, including the Caribbean and Spanish territories. Challenging previous assumptions, these essays address such topics as rape as a tool of conquest; perceptions and responses to Native American sexuality; fornication, bastardy, celibacy, and religion in colonial New England; gendered speech in captivity narratives; representations of masculinity in eighteenth- century seduction tales, the sexual cosmos of a southern planter, and sexual transgression and madness in early American fiction. The contributors include Stephanie Wood, Gordon Sayre, Steven Neuwirth, Else L. Hambleton, Erik R. Seeman, Richard Godbeer, Trevor Burnard, Natalie A. Zacek, Wayne Bodle, Heather Smyth, Rodney Hessinger, and Karen A. Weyler.

Pimps, Wimps, Studs, Thugs and Gentlemen

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With essays ranging in topic from the films of Neil LaBute to the sexual politics of Major League Baseball, this diverse collection of essays examines the multi-faceted media images of contemporary masculinity from a variety of perspectives and academic disciplines. The book’s first half focuses on the issue of racialized masculinity and its various manifestations, with essays covering, among other topics, the re-imagining of Asian American masculinity in Justin Lin’s Better Luck Tomorrow and the ever-present image of black male buffoonery in the neo-minstrel performances of VH1’s Flavor of Love. The book’s second half explores the issue of contemporary mediated performance and the cultural politics of masculinity, with essays focusing on popular media representations of men in a variety of gendered roles, from homemakers and househusbands to valorous war heroes and athletic demigods.

To Promote the General Welfare

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To Promote the General Welfare by Steven Conn Summary

Americans love to hate their government, and a long tradition of anti-government suspicion reaches back to debates among the founders of the nation. But the election of Barack Obama has created a backlash rivaled only by the anti-government hysteria that preceded the Civil War. Lost in all the Tea Party rage and rhetoric is this simple fact: the federal government plays a central role in making our society function, and it always has. Edited by Steven Conn and written by some of America's leading scholars, the essays in To Promote the General Welfare explore the many ways government programs have improved the quality of life in America. The essays cover everything from education, communication, and transportation to arts and culture, housing, finance, and public health. They explore how and why government programs originated, how they have worked and changed--and been challenged--since their inception, and why many of them are important to preserve. The book shows how the WPA provided vital, in some cases career-saving, assistance to artists and writers like Jackson Pollock, Dorothea Lange, Richard Wright, John Cheever, and scores of others; how millions of students from diverse backgrounds have benefited and continue to benefit from the G.I. Bill, Fulbright scholarships, and federally insured student loans; and how the federal government created an Interstate highway system unparalleled in the world, linking the entire nation. These are just a few examples of highly successful programs the book celebrates--and that anti-government critics typically ignore. For anyone wishing to explore the flip side of today's vehement attacks on American government, To Promote the General Welfare is the best place to start.

L'ecrivain Caribéen, Guerrier de L'imaginaire

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L'ecrivain Caribéen, Guerrier de L'imaginaire by Kathleen Gyssels,Bénédicte Ledent Summary

This bi-lingual collection illustrates the concept of ¿Warrior of the Imaginary,¿ as defined by Patrick Chamoiseau, in a multi-faceted corpus of texts by and on Caribbean writers. For obvious reasons, many of the contributions in French engage critically with this notion and how it surfaces in the Martinican writer's fiction.