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Boundary Crossed

Author : Melissa F. Olson
ISBN : 1477849432
Genre : Fiction
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After her twin sister's brutal death, former US Army Sergeant Allison “Lex” Luther vowed to protect her niece, Charlie, from every possible danger. Then when two vampires attempted to kidnap the child, it quickly turned into a fight to the death—Lex's death, that is. Lex wakes up to two shocking discoveries: she has somehow survived the fight; and baby Charlie is a “null,” gifted with the ability to weaken supernatural forces…and a target for evil creatures who want to control that power. Determined to guarantee a safe future for Charlie, Lex makes a deal with the local coven. She sets out with the dashing—and undead—Detective Quinn to track down who's responsible for the kidnapping, sharpening her magic skills along the way. But the closer she gets to the truth, the more dangerous her powers become, threatening to destroy everything—including herself. Boundary Crossed is a dark, thrilling glimpse into a magical world that will leave readers spellbound.

Switchback

Author : Melissa F. Olson
ISBN : 9780765398277
Genre : Fiction
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The Bureau of Preternatural Investigations returns in Switchback, the sequel to Melissa F. Olson's Nightshades. Three weeks after the events of Nightshades, things are finally beginning to settle for the Chicago branch of the BPI, but the brief respite from the horror of the previous few weeks was never destined to last. The team gets a call from Switch Creek, IL, where a young man has been arrested on suspicion of being a shade. The suspect is held overnight, pending DNA testing, but seemingly escapes in a terrifying and bloody massacre. But is there more to the jailbreak than a simple quest for freedom? At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Outbreak

Author : Melissa F. Olson
ISBN : 9781250176295
Genre : Fiction
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Melissa F. Olson's thrilling FBI vampire procedural Nightshades series concludes with Outbreak The Chicago field office of the Bureau of Preternatural Investigation is facing its deadliest challenge, yet—internal investigation! Alex and Lindy are on the hook, and on the run. But when all of the BPI’s captive vampires are broken free from their maximum security prison, and Hector finally steps out of the shadows, Alex must use every trick to stay ahead of both the BPI and the world’s most dangerous shade. Confrontation is inevitable. Success is not. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Nightshades

Author : Melissa F. Olson
ISBN : 9780765388490
Genre : Fiction
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Alex McKenna is the new Special Agent in Charge of the Chicago office of the Bureau of Paranormal Investigations—the division tasked with investigating crimes involving shades. Or vampires, as they’re more widely known. Children have been going missing, and agents are routinely being slaughtered. It’s up to McKenna, and some unlikely allies, to get to the bottom of the problem, and find the kids before it’s too late. Nightshades is a new gritty urban fantasy from Melissa F. Olson. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Crossing Boundaries

Author : Julie Scanlon
ISBN : 1841272329
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This eclectic collection interrogates boundaries with reference to nineteenth and twentieth-century literature, performance, music and film from a diverse range of critical and theoretical perspectives. The authors probe the issue of negotiating boundaries in their innovative and imaginative investigations of science in Dickens, Eliot and Pater; narrative in Hawking and Weinberg; Bakhtin and the feminization of translation; lesbian romance by Jeanette Winterson; transitional females in migrant postcolonial fiction; pedagogy in South Africa; materiality and hypertext; the semiotic and money in Jay McInerney; the role of clichT in Beckett; music in Wim Wenders; the 'real' in fiction, theory and performance; creative and academic writing; politics and aesthetics. Original contributions by Terry Eagleton and Sally Shuttleworth support this volume's exciting challenge to established boundaries and help to make it a scintillating and thought-provoking read.

Crossing Boundaries

Author : Mildred Bailey
ISBN : 0669050547
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Magical Nights In Marrakesh

Author : Helene Brochett
ISBN : 9783735777287
Genre : Fiction
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A business woman attempts to escape from her commitments for a while as they seem to close in around her. Her friend persuades her to accompany her to Marrakesh. The intended rest and relaxation almost imperceptibly transforms into a journey to another reality. At first, the colours, smells and lights draw her in, and then the hustle and bustle of the city with its beguiling mix of Oriental life combined with western influences increasingly fascinates her. The traveller makes friends with people who quickly become familiar, like characters in a dream, and they lead her to places and festivities where she experiences an incredible spirit, exhilaration and ecstasy. She learns to sense colours, and to perceive emotions with her body. The adventure seems to reconnect that indeterminable “something” that she had lost during her exhausting every day routine. All this bears great sensitivity towards visual and atmospheric stimuli. A tableau of the city unfolds before the inner eye of the reader through a story narrated with great attention to detail and a passionate and knowledgeable description of Marrakesh's attractions, so much that this book could also be regarded as an ideal travel guide.

Crossing Boundaries

Author : Russell J. Dalton
ISBN : 1889119326
Genre : Mysticism
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This is a book about people - as citizens, voters, protesters, campaign workers, community activists party members, and political spectators. Thorough, well-written and enormously informative, Citizen Politics is a valuable opportunity to examine political behavior in the United States within the context of other industrial democracies. Focusing on the United States, Great Britain, Germany, and France in a broad cross-national context, Russell Dalton offers the argument that the quality of citizen politics is alive and well whereas the institutions of democracy are in disarray.

Crossing Boundaries

Author : Austin Sarat
ISBN : 0810114380
Genre : Law
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Perhaps no idea is more emblematic of the field of law and society than crossing boundaries. From the founding of the Law and Society Association in the early 1960s, participating scholars aspired to create a field that crossed boundaries in at least two senses: by undertaking research that questioned and often bridged traditional methodological and disciplinary divisions, and by using nontraditional approaches to explore the interconnections between law and its social context. The essays in this book reflect both of these aspirations.Readers of this volume will find extended reflections on the practice of sociolegal research and the issues raised by the attempt to create an interdisciplinary field of study, as well as numerous examples of law and society scholarship which probe, transform, challenge, or bridge the boundaries between law and the social and cultural settings in which it operates.

Crossing Boundaries And Developing Alliances Through Group Work

Author : Jocelyn Lindsay
ISBN : 0789018497
Genre : Political Science
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Knock down cultural walls to build a foundation for successful social group work! Crossing Boundaries and Developing Alliances Through Group Work examines how changing technological, economic, and social conditions require social workers to create alliances to better serve their clients. The book addresses how the basic principles and techniques of group work can transcend geographical and cultural boundaries when dealing with issues such as HIV/AIDS, parenting, adoption, and sex offenses. A distinguished panel of practitioners, researchers, and educators details the strategies used to establish cultural and linguistic “border crossings” that help reduce the limits social workers face. Crossing Boundaries and Developing Alliances Through Group Work addresses the multicultural dimension of social work and the benefits of a junction between research and intervention, including how the convergence with other fields of knowledge (music, drama, the arts, etc.) can contribute to a more effective intervention methodology. The book examines partnerships between research teams and agencies, field placements, collaborations between schools and practice settings, building a learning community, service education, the arrival of new technologies (teleconferencing, the Internet), reasserting group work fundamentals, and how “mixing and matching” methodologies can produce a more effective intervention strategy. Topics examined in Crossing Boundaries and Developing Alliances Through Group Work include: working with AIDS patients in early recovery from substance abuse integrating group work with mutual aid to treat male sex offenders using teleconferencing groups with families involved in organ donation conducting group interventions with mentally ill parents working with families dealing with failed adoptions developing a mediating group for birth parent self-assessment and much more! Crossing Boundaries and Developing Alliances Through Group Work is an essential tool for dealing with cross-cultural conflicts. It's equally valuable as a professional guide for clinicians and therapists, policy developers, supervisors, and administrators, and as a textbook or supplemental text in courses dealing with clinical, international, and intercultural group work, advanced group work, support groups, and mental health services.

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