Seize the Dawn

Seize the Dawn Author Heather Graham
ISBN-10 9781420138177
Release 2016-02-23
Pages 480
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"A master of her craft, and a writer whose star shines ever brighter." --RT Book Reviews "An incredible storyteller." --Los Angeles Daily News "Heather Graham sparkles!" --Kat Martin, New York Times bestselling author Bold and beautiful, Lady Eleanor of Clarin--sole heir to her ancestral lands--chooses to marry an aging French noble rather than Edward I's choice of a brutal knight. To preserve Clarin and defeat the rebellious Scots who killed her father, she would gladly give her hand to the devil himself. But when the fiery Highland outlaw Brendan Graham takes her hostage, he also inspires her deepest desires. Now, as Eleanor is swept away from her beloved land and into an arranged marriage, she will be surrounded by treachery and accused of murder. Only one man can rescue her from the torture and death that lie ahead. The man who should remain her greatest enemy…yet holds her heart--and her very life--in his hands.

Seize the Dawn

Seize the Dawn Author Vanessa Royall
ISBN-10 9781626814158
Release 2014-09-09
Pages 328
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As America rises to become a great nation, one woman unravels the mystery that is her past, and rediscovers a love that could change her life forever. Elizabeth Rolfson had been kidnapped and carried across the seas, yet for as long as she could remember, she knew that her destiny lay in America. She arrived in Chicago in 1885, the stunning heiress to a vast empire. As men of daring pressed westward towards America, Elizabeth was swept into the savage struggle. Driven to learn the secret of her past, to find the one man who could still the restless yearnings of her heart, she would stand alone against the mighty to claim her proud birthright and grasp a dream of undying love.

Life s Dawn on Earth

Life s Dawn on Earth Author Sir John William Dawson
ISBN-10 BSB:BSB11318191
Release 1875
Pages 242
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Life s Dawn on Earth has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Life s Dawn on Earth also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Life s Dawn on Earth book for free.

Memoirs of the Life and Experiences of M Laird To which is subjoined a collection of letters With a preface containing some farther account of her life and death

Memoirs of the Life and Experiences of M  Laird     To which is subjoined a collection of     letters     With a preface  containing some farther account of her life and death Author Marion LAIRD
ISBN-10 BL:A0019207535
Release 1775
Pages 254
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Memoirs of the Life and Experiences of M Laird To which is subjoined a collection of letters With a preface containing some farther account of her life and death has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Memoirs of the Life and Experiences of M Laird To which is subjoined a collection of letters With a preface containing some farther account of her life and death also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Memoirs of the Life and Experiences of M Laird To which is subjoined a collection of letters With a preface containing some farther account of her life and death book for free.

Before the Dawn

Before the Dawn Author Charles Rollin Burdick
ISBN-10 UCAL:$B274844
Release 1872
Pages 311
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Before the Dawn has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Before the Dawn also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Before the Dawn book for free.

At Dawn We Slept

At Dawn We Slept Author Gordon W. Prange
ISBN-10 9781101664216
Release 1991-12-01
Pages 912
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Revisit the definitive book on Pearl Harbor in advance of the 75th anniversary (December 7, 2016) of the "date which will live in infamy" At 7:53 a.m., December 7, 1941, America's national consciousness and confidence were rocked as the first wave of Japanese warplanes took aim at the U.S. Naval fleet stationed at Pearl Harbor. As intense and absorbing as a suspense novel, At Dawn We Slept is the unparalleled and exhaustive account of the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. It is widely regarded as the definitive assessment of the events surrounding one of the most daring and brilliant naval operations of all time. Through extensive research and interviews with American and Japanese leaders, Gordon W. Prange has written a remarkable historical account of the assault that-sixty years later-America cannot forget. "The reader is bound to feel its power....It is impossible to forget such an account." —The New York Times Book Review "At Dawn We Slept is the definitive account of Pearl Harbor." —Chicago Sun-Times From the Trade Paperback edition.

Unholy Sacrifice

Unholy Sacrifice Author Robert Scott
ISBN-10 9780786037858
Release 2005-09-01
Pages 384
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Born Again San Francisco Bay area stockbroker Taylor Helzer was young, handsome, and--to all outward appearances--normal. But that was before a three-day self-awareness seminar left him convinced he was a new Messiah. In the interest of funding his own church and "saving" America from Satan, Helzer began making and selling Ecstasy and convinced girlfriend Kerri Furman to pose for Playboy. She eventually left him, only to be replaced by naive, gullible Dawn Godman. Blood Bath Helzer, his younger brother Justin, and Dawn formed an unholy alliance called the Children of Thunder. They wanted to score big. The brothers abducted Taylor's former clients Ivan and Annette Stineman, inducing them to sign over checks totaling $100,000. The elderly couple was beaten and stabbed to death, then dismembered in a bathtub. Body Count Selina Bishop, 22, daughter of blues great Elvin Bishop, was ensnared in the money scam--before Justin Helzer killed her with a hammer. Bishop's mother was next, shot dead along with her boyfriend by Taylor. But despite the trio's careful disposal of the evidence in the Mokelumne River, the truth came to light when a bag of body parts floated to the surface. The trials that followed would reveal every grisly detail of one of the most bizarre murder sprees in California history--and bring a modern-day Manson to justice. . . 16 Pages Of Shocking Photos


Talibanistan Author Peter Bergen
ISBN-10 9780199986774
Release 2013-01-04
Pages 528
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The longest war the United States has ever fought is the ongoing war in Afghanistan. But when we speak of "Afghanistan," we really mean a conflict that straddles the border with Pakistan--and the reality of Islamic militancy on that border is enormously complicated. In Talibanistan, an unparalleled group of experts offer a nuanced understanding of this critical region. Edited by Peter Bergen, author of the bestselling books The Longest War and The Osama Bin Laden I Know, and Katherine Tiedemann, these essays examine in detail the embattled territory from Kandahar in Afghanistan to Pakistan's Northwest Frontier Province and Federally Administered Tribal Areas. They pull apart the distinctions between the Taliban and al Qaeda--and the fractures within each movement; assess the effectiveness of American and Pakistani counterinsurgency campaigns; and explore the pipeline of militants into and out of the war zone. Throughout, these scrupulously researched studies challenge convenient orthodoxies. Counterterrorism expert Brian Fishman criticizes the customary distinction between an Afghan and Pakistani Taliban as being too neat to describe their fragmented reality. Hassan Abbas paints a subtle portrait of the political and religious forces shaping the insurgency in the Northwest Frontier Province, uncovering poor governance, economic distress, and resentment of foreign troops in nearby Afghanistan. And Peter Bergen and Katherine Tiedemann try to identify the real numbers of drone strikes and victims, both militants and civilians, while disputing claims for their strategic effectiveness. These and other essays provide profound new insight into this troubled region. They are required reading for anyone seeking a fresh understanding of a central strategic challenge facing the United States today.

Hostile Dawn

Hostile Dawn Author Don Pendleton
ISBN-10 9781426831621
Release 2009-04-01
Pages 320
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Bold new threats put America's elite counterterrorist unit Stony Man on the front lines of a war in which fanatics pursue twisted ideology and spilled blood. As the covert-action arm of the Oval Office, these cybernetic and commando teams work under the radar and in the hot zones to neutralize threats before innocent citizens pay the ultimate price. Rogue organizations within anti-Western nations are banding together to attack their common enemy on a new front. New Dawn Rising is the bad-boys club of the Middle East, Africa and Asia, using money, influence and politics to access global seats of corporate power and cripple the free world from the boardroom. Los Angeles is the target of a violent assault that's about to simultaneously take out, take over...and wreak mass terror.

Comanche Dawn

Comanche Dawn Author Mike Blakely
ISBN-10 9781466836099
Release 1999-05-15
Pages 416
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In Comanche Dawn Mike Blakely does for the Comanche nation what Ruth Bebe Hills did for the Sioux in Hanta Yo. This landmark novel is the first time the story has been told from the point of view of the Comanches themselves. We witness the rise of one of the most powerful mounted nations in history through the eyes of a young warrior named Horseback. Born on the very day that the first horse comes to his people, Horseback matures into a leader of unquestionable courage and vision. He assumes powerful medicine granted to him by spirits encountered on a grueling vision quest, and he takes Teal, the most beautiful young woman of his tribe, as his wife and lifelong love. Guided by forces more powerful and dangerous then even he can control or explain, Horseback will face death time and time again with only his medicine and Teal to stand beside him. Failure will mean destruction not only for himself, but for his people. Success will mean unimaginable wealth for his new nation. Ancient enemies will seek to destroy him. Strange newcomers with pale skin and treacherous ways will attempt to enslave him. Even his own inner spirit powers threaten always to consume him, should he fail to respect them. Only the bravest of True Humans dare to follow Horseback on his great adventure down a trail that can lead only to glory or annihilation. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Aztec Dawn

Aztec Dawn Author Kerri Louise Thomas
ISBN-10 9780473149529
Release 2009
Pages 338
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After being driven nearly to madness by suffering a lifetime of abuse from a cruel and violent father, John O'Reilly goes to Mexico City for some relief. There, in a museum attached to an ancient Aztec temple site, John is introduced to the beliefs and rituals of that ancient people. His mind, unbalanced by his misery, eagerly embraces the Aztec philosophy that there can be no rebirth without death, and he conceives the notion that his father must die the ancient sacrificial way for he, John, to be given a new beginning in life. He meets Juan, an Aztec descendant of a priest who fled ancient Mexico City when Cortés and his conquistadors overthrew it in 1523. Utterly devoted to the ancient gods and the rituals that worshipped and placated them, Juan is forced to sell Aztec handicrafts to tourists to earn a living. Juan sees in this meeting an opportunity to revive the old ways. Perhaps then the gods would be happy and return Mexico to its rightful inhabitants.

Love at Dawn

Love at Dawn Author Lara Daniels
Release 2014-12-01
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A romance-suspense tale of forgiveness and redemption set in Zamzudan in East Africa. When spoiled and wealthy African teenager Tory Da-Silva meets broody Rashad Macaulay for the first time, she vows to make him hers. However, the price she'll pay for her quest will carry consequences of shame and guilt. Nine years later, temperamental Tory becomes a fiery beauty and multimillionaire Rashad can no longer fight his deep desires for her. All is set for Tory's dream to come true. But the dark secret she keeps from Rashad may be the one thing that may forever tear them apart.

The Dawn of Civilization

The Dawn of Civilization Author Sean Ellerker
ISBN-10 9781783065431
Release 2014-09-28
Pages 200
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An absorbing and enlightening adventure through time… This book tells the story of the ancient world from the Fourth Millennium to the Sixth Century BC. All the major civilizations are covered, from the Near East, Egypt and Mediterranean to the great river valleys of India and China and the coastlines of Mexico and Peru. The histories of these cultures have been woven into a compelling and compact narrative, illuminating this formative period and providing a context for the better-known classical era that followed. The Dawn of Civilization tells the story of the earliest kings and queens to grace the historical record, the rise and fall of the first empires, glorious battles, incredible innovations and colourful myths and legends from the works of Homer and the ancient religions. Discover the harsh and uncompromising world of vain Egyptian pharaohs, brutal Assyrian warlords and bloodthirsty barbarian hordes. Marvel at the awe-inspiring age of mystical Cretan priestesses, heroic warriors and earthly wonders such as the Egyptian pyramids and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Anyone who has not specialised in ancient history could be forgiven for thinking that nothing meaningful happened before the Fifth Century BC, when the western classical age is generally considered to have begun. However the civilized world existed and flourished for an incredible 3,500 years before the classical Greeks first came to prominence. Author Sean Ellerker provides a fresh perspective on antiquity by focusing solely on the ancient world before the rise of Greece and Rome, organising this remarkable period of history into a single volume. The Dawn of Civilization makes this fascinating and multifaceted era accessible to everyone. It is an ideal read for anyone interested in history, archaeology and the classics, including students of these subjects at school or university.

The Dawn Volume I

The Dawn   Volume I Author
ISBN-10 9781476247038
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Dawn of the Mutants

Dawn of the Mutants Author Lionel Roberts
ISBN-10 9781473203662
Release 2013-12-19
Pages 320
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Dan Bellamy was down and out. It seemed that he had reached the end of the road... and then he met the stranger. Who was the mystery man? Why were his amber eyes so powerful? Above all why did he call himself Melchizdek? The stranger took him to a house, and then the mystery deepened. What was going on in the hidden laboratory? Why were M.I.5 so interested? These men were different. They possessed uncanny mental powers. They had a weird control over matter that was outside any known physical laws. Then Bellamy asked himself the $64,000 question. Was he one of them? And if he was, what were they? Mutation is well-known, though still only partially understood, biological phenomena. Atomic radiations cause strange changes in the genes and chromosomes of plants and animals. They might also change men.... To find out just how strange these changes would be, you must read "Dawn of the Mutants". A superb science fiction story - that might be fact.

The Oldest Word for Dawn

The Oldest Word for Dawn Author Brad Leithauser
ISBN-10 9780307959669
Release 2013-02-19
Pages 256
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From one of our most universally admired poets: a generous selection from his five acclaimed books of poetry, and an outstanding group of new poems. From the outset, Brad Leithauser has displayed a venturesome taste for quirky patterns, innovative designs sprung loose from traditional forms. In The Oldest Word for Dawn, we encounter a sonnet in one-syllable lines (“Post-Coitum Tristesse”), a clanging rhyme-mad tribute to the music of Tin Pan Alley (“A Good List”), intricate buried rhyme schemes (“In Minako Wada’s House”), autobiography spun through parodies of Frost and Keats and Omar Khayyám (“Two Summer Jobs”). In a new poem, “Earlier,” the poet investigates a kind of paradox: What is the oldest word for dawn in any language? The pursuit ultimately descends into the roots of speech, the genesis of art. “Earlier” is part of a sequence devoted to prehistoric themes: the cave paintings of Altamira, the disappearance of the Neanderthals, the poet’s journey with his teenage daughter to excavate a triceratops skeleton in Montana . . . The author of six novels as well, Leithauser not surprisingly brings to his verse a flair for compelling narrative: a fateful romantic encounter on a streetcar (“1944: Purple Heart”); the mesmerizing arrival of television in a quiet Detroit neighborhood (“Not Lunar Exactly”); two boys heedlessly, joyfully bidding permanent farewell to a beloved sister (“Emigrant’s Story”). The Oldest Word for Dawn reveals Brad Leithauser as a poet of surpassing tenderness and exactitude, a poet whose work, at sixty, fulfills the promise noted by James Merrill on the publication of his first book: “The observations glisten, the feelings ring true. These poems by a young, unostentatious craftsman are made to something very like perfection. No one should overlook them.”

A New Dawn for the New Left

A New Dawn for the New Left Author B. Slonecker
ISBN-10 9781137280831
Release 2012-12-05
Pages 267
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This book examines the underground Liberation News Service and the commune Montague Farm to trace the evolution of the New Left after 1968. In the process, it extends the chronological breadth of the long Sixties, rethinks the relationship between political and cultural radicalism, and explores the relationships between diverse social movements.