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A Bond Of Blood

Author : Bella Forrest
ISBN : 1507891849
Genre : Good and evil
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Derek will rip Caleb's heart out the moment he lays eyes on him for what he's done. Rose is convinced that the vampire is innocent. But my daughter has been fooled. Nobody but Caleb could have stolen away our dear friend. I gaze out at the dark waters rushing past us in the submarine, as we speed closer and closer toward our destination...

Bond Of Blood

Author : Diane Whiteside
ISBN : 1440619158
Genre : Fiction
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“A DEMON LOVER TO TEMPT ANY WOMAN. [A] BIG, DELICIOUSLY SEXY HERO.”—New York Times Bestselling Author Angela Knight “EXHILARATING…A TERRIFIC PARANORMAL ROMANTIC SUSPENSE THRILLER.”—Midwest Book Review Once a medieval knight, Don Rafael Perez has clung to his honor despite seven tortured centuries of being a vampire. Now he’s found peace—if not love—as Texas leader of the largest vampire territory in America. But a rival is challenging his rule—by first targeting Grania O’Malley, the forbidden beauty to whom Rafael has lost his heart. But when she’s attacked, will he break his oath of body and soul never to create a female vampire—even if it means saving her? And if he does, can Grania help him destroy the night creature Rafael has always feared?

Bond Of Blood

Author : Roberta Gellis
ISBN : 0515082309
Genre : Fiction
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A beautiful young girl in twelfth-century England is betrothed to the Lord of Radnor in order to bring peace between two noble families

Bonds Of Blood

Author : Caroline Dodds Pennock
ISBN : 9780230582330
Genre : History
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The history of the Aztecs has been haunted by the spectre of human sacrifice. Reinvesting the Aztecs with a humanity frequently denied to them, and exploring their spectacular religious violence as a comprehensible element of life, this book integrates a fresh interpretation of gender with an innovative study of the everyday life of the Aztecs.

James Bond 007 Blood Stone Game Guide

Author : Cris Converse
ISBN : 9781633236486
Genre : Games
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With this ultimate game guide, you will learn exactly what you need to know in order to become an expert player and dominate this game! Purchase now and crush your opponents! Become a pro at this game easily today with the help of this guide.

The Blood Of Dracula

Author : Christopher Bond
ISBN : 0748740635
Genre : Vampires
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Newly-weds Jonathan and Lucie Harker have arrived in Transylvania for thier honeymoon. He is intent on consummating the marriage, but she keeps on fainting and the servants stink of garlic, and the local midwife is more than a little intrusive. Perhaps the brilliant Dr Tanya Van Helsing can revive the new Mrs Harker and perhaps Lucie's father can explain why he has brought a trunkload of sausages for their mysterious neighbour... SuperScripts are tried and tested plays that will appeal to 11 - 16 year olds. Mostly written by professional playwrights and performed in public to popular acclaim, these plays are ideal for the English classroom and drama studio and are accompanied by an extensive range of original activities.

Covenant

Author : Dean Crawford
ISBN : 9780857204707
Genre : Fiction
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'Get the cameras rolling - Indiana Jones meets Alien. What a combination of mystery, suspense, and unspeakable horror. I loved it!' --R.L. Stine Humanity has always believed it is the only intelligent species of life in the universe. But while excavating in Israel, an archaeologist unearths a tomb that has remained hidden for 7,000 years. Inside lies a secret of such magnitude that the story of mankind is instantly rewritten - and its future thrown into terrible danger. Only one man can piece history back together again. Only one man will risk everything to prevent a catastrophe that could tear the world apart. That man is Ethan Warner. 'Earth-shattering intrigue, hyperdrive action and a desperate race to save humanity, cranked up to the max with scarily realistic science and apocalyptic religion thrown in for good measure . . . a major new talent has hit the mystery thriller scene' Scott Mariani, bestselling author of The Lost Relic 'The fossilised remains of a 7,000-year-old creature dug from the sands of the Negev Desert in Israel become the bones of contention in Dean Crawford's fast-paced debut thriller... The book neatly threads together a wild variety of plotlines' Wall Street Journal `Partly mythical read, part thriller this pacy tale is a page turner guaranteed to keep you up late' Sun

Tears Of The Ancients

Author : C R Crick
ISBN : 9781491728260
Genre : Fiction
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The world of magic has disappeared. The dragons, witches, wizards, fey, and unicorns are all gone, and many are left wondering what happened to them. Are they really gone, or are they just in hiding? Loot is a young orphan boy who lives among the Viking clan. He has no knowledge of his past, and his future is just as unknown. He has only just returned to the village of his childhood after a year spent wandering the Smoking Mountains. He survives a dangerous encounter with the Clan of Dragons, enemies of his adopted people. Even so, Loot’s return does not bring celebration, and some people even feel he should be punished. They have no idea that Loot is the key to the world’s salvation. The boy has the power to save the human race and perhaps even to return the ancient dragons to places of power. As his mysterious past begins to reveal itself, it soon becomes clear that he is much more than a weak orphan boy. Before he can become a hero, though, he must first come to terms with his hidden history—and prepare for battle.

Wounds That Will Not Heal

Author : Russell Nieli
ISBN : 9781594035838
Genre : Political Science
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Racial preference policies first came on the national scene as a response to black poverty and alienation in America as dramatically revealed in the destructive urban riots of the late 1960s. From the start, however, preference policies were controversial and were greeted by many, including many who had fought the good fight against segregation and Jim Crow to further a color-blind justice, with a sense of outrage and deep betrayal. In the more than forty years that preference policies have been with us little has changed in terms of public opinion, as polls indicate that a majority of Americans continue to oppose such policies, often with great intensity. In Wounds That Will Not Heal political theorist Russell K. Nieli surveys some of the more important social science research on racial preference policies over the past two decades, much of which, he shows, undermines the central claims of preference policy supporters. The mere fact that preference policies have to be referred to through an elaborate system of euphemisms and code words— "affirmative action," "diversity," "goals and timetables," "race sensitive admissions"— tells us something, Nieli argues, about their widespread unpopularity, their tendency to reinforce negative stereotypes about their intended beneficiaries, and their incompatibility with core principles of American justice. Nieli concludes with an impassioned plea to refocus our public attention on the "truly disadvantaged" African American population in our nation's urban centers—the people for whom affirmative action policies were initially instituted but whose interests, Nieli charges, were soon forgotten as the fruits of the policies were hijacked by members of the black and Hispanic middle class. Few will be able to read this book without at least questioning the wisdom of our current race-based preference regime, which Nieli analyses with a penetrating gaze and an eye for cant that will leave few unmoved.

Soldier Dead

Author : Michael Sledge
ISBN : 9780231509374
Genre : History
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What happens to members of the United States Armed Forces after they die? Why do soldiers endanger their lives to recover the remains of their comrades? Why does the military spend enormous resources and risk further fatalities to recover the bodies of the fallen, even decades after the cessation of hostilities? Soldier Dead is the first book to fully address the complicated physical, social, religious, economic, and political issues concerning the remains of men and women who die while serving their country. In doing so, Michael Sledge reveals the meanings of the war dead for families, soldiers, and the nation as a whole. Why does recovering the remains of servicepeople matter? Soldier Dead examines this question and provides a thorough analysis of the processes of recovery, identification, return, burial, and remembrance of the dead. Sledge traces the ways in which the handling of our Soldier Dead has evolved over time and how these changes have reflected not only advances in technology and capabilities but also the shifting attitudes of the public, government, and military. He also considers the emotional stress experienced by those who handle the dead; the continuing efforts to retrieve bodies from Korea and elsewhere; and how unresolved issues regarding the treatment of enemy dead continue to affect U.S. foreign relations. Skillfully incorporating excerpts from interviews, personal correspondence and diaries, military records, and journalistic accounts-as well as never-before-published photographs and his own reflections-Michael Sledge presents a clear, concise, and compassionate story about what the dead mean to the living. Throughout Soldier Dead, the voices of the fallen are heard, as are those of family members and military personnel responsible for the dead before final disposition. At times disturbing and at other times encouraging, they are always powerful as they speak of danger, duty, courage, commitment, and care.

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