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The Macgregors

Author : Nora Roberts
ISBN : 0263889785
Genre : MacGregor family (Fictitious characters)
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In From the Cold : In this story about an eighteenth-century MacGregor, we learn that battling the British couldn't prepare Minuteman Ian MacGregor for the fight he's got on his hands to win the heart of Irish spitfire Allanna Flynn.

Multiculturalism Dialectical Thought And Social Justice Pedagogy

Author : Daniel Ian Rubin
ISBN : 9781681238111
Genre : Education
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This monograph lays out a qualitative, collective case study designed to assess how students in a secondary Latina/Latino Literature class began to think dialectically about issues of social justice. By using various methods of data collection, I ascertained how the students’ thoughts and perceptions of Latinas/Latinos in this country changed over the course of the study. I introduced the students to both print and nonprint texts (e.g., news articles, documentary films) which, when presented through Karl Marx’s dialectical method, helped them see social justice issues, such as racism, poverty, and subjugation, more clearly and critically. After analysis, several important themes emerged from the data: stereotyping and invisibility in the media, immigration, the notion of power, racism and discrimination, education, anger and frustration, and questioning. By the end of the Latina/Latino Literature class, all of the students in the study were able to identify particular social justice issues, explain the historical context which framed the current debates (e.g., immigration reform), and articulate their opinions of the issues. Each student participant started to use social justice terminology, which I introduced and used frequently in class (e.g., equity), and these words became a part of the students’ everyday vocabularies. Furthermore, by the completion of the class, the student participants began to realize that they had their own individual voices and could help transform societal issues in order to make the United States more equitable for all.

Rational Characterization Of Cancer Variants In The Eukaryotic Protein Kinase Domain

Author : Daniel Ian McSkimming
ISBN : OCLC:981021314
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The Time Is Near

Author : Ian Foley, PhD
ISBN : 9781452525303
Genre : Religion
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Evidence is accumulating that the current, global civilization we enjoy is rapidly moving toward a crisis of expensive resources, water security, global warming, and potential military conflict centred in the Middle East. The Bible suggests that God anticipated the situation we see today as an inevitable outcome of our selfishness and greed. In this first of two volumes, author Ian Foley proposes the idea that the decline and collapse of this civilisation is part of the end-time picture that the Bible gives. The Old Testament book of Daniel lays out the first half of this picture, starting from the Jewish exile to Babylon at the beginning of the sixth century BC and tracing the rise and fall of ancient empires. It then introduces the founder of the final empire, which will be completed when Jesus returns. Through all this history, Daniel depicts the tiny nation of Israel surviving exactly as the prophet Jeremiah predicted. Like an unfolding detective story, God’s drama is revealed piece by piece, so that we gradually come to understand—up until the fall of the Roman Empire—with the final exciting revelation in Daniel 11– 12 completing the picture. This study begins to reveal why there is so much confusion with our end-time theologies and suggests a new revelation that is clearer and less ambiguous, integrating the books of Daniel and Revelation into a single, unambiguous message.

Daniel O Thunder

Author : Ian Weir
ISBN : 192670682X
Genre : Fiction
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Library Journal Best Books 2011: Historical Fiction selection Finalist for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize Finalist for the Canadian Authors Association Fiction Award Finalist for the Amazon.ca First Novel Award Finalist for the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize 1851. London, England. Once a well-known prize-fighter with a terrifying right fist (known as “The Hammer of Heaven”), Daniel O’Thunder has seen the light, and now the protection of the poor and the weak is his life’s work. He runs an establishment for those in need of food, shelter and counsel—a place where virtue and vice rub shoulders uneasily. But an ancient evil is stalking the streets, preying on the vulnerable souls it finds there. It is an evil that takes different forms and hides behind many faces, threatening everything Daniel loves most. Driven to desperation, Daniel responds by issuing a breathtaking challenge…to the Devil himself. Rich in humor and memorable characters, Daniel O’Thunder is a rollicking literary thriller set in the teeming slums of Dickensian London. Fast-paced and gripping, comic and tragic by turns, it is a spectacular fiction debut.

Bent Road

Author : Lori Roy
ISBN : 1101476184
Genre : Fiction
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Winner of the Edgar Award for Best First Novel "Don't be fooled by the novel's apparent simplicity: What emerges from the surface is a tale of extraordinary emotional power, one of longstanding pain set against the pulsating drumbeat of social change." -Sarah Weinman, NPR.org For twenty years, Celia Scott has watched her husband, Arthur, hide from the secrets surrounding his sister Eve's death. But when the 1967 Detroit riots frighten him even more than his Kansas past, he convinces Celia to pack up their family and return to the road he grew up on, Bent Road, and the same small town where Eve mysteriously died. And then a local girl disappears, catapulting the family headlong into a dead man's curve. . . . On Bent Road, a battered red truck cruises ominously along the prairie; a lonely little girl dresses in her dead aunt's clothes; a boy hefts his father's rifle in search of a target; and a mother realizes she no longer knows how to protect her children. It is a place where people learn: Sometimes killing is the kindest way. Bent Road has been optioned for film in 2012 by Cross Creek Pictures with Mark Mallouk to adapt and Benderspink to produce.

Dark Secrets Of Cedar Hall

Author : Linda S Allison
ISBN : 9780595314515
Genre : Fiction
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A Gothic mystery of dark secrets threatens a young girl's sanity and trust as she struggles to overcome the evil lurking at Cedar Hall. Lydia De Morely believed her luck had changed, when she and her mother Martha, inherited Cedar Hall, high in the mountains over London, ending their days of drudgery and poverty. But fate had a different idea. Lydia loses her post to a wealthy matron, and then rescues a homeless woman from a ruffian. She finds a handsome stranger is not who he seems. An old gypsy's cryptic warning of danger fills her with dread. Then Lydia's valuable brooch is stolen. When they arrive at their new home, Lydia realizes Cedar Hall is not the place she imagined. The dour housekeeper receives them with a chilly welcome. Unearthly roses appear throughout the crumbling mansion. When Lydia discovers an old doll, sinister things begin to happen, but no one believes her, adding to her fears... Who is the shadowy stranger lurking around the grounds, and which of the two handsome men can she trust? One has captured her heart, the other her friendship. For both of them hide secrets behind smiling faces. Can Lydia solve the sinister secrets that threaten to tear them apart? Or will she be the next victim of the evil that dwells at Cedar Hall...

E Commerce Get It Right

Author : Ian Daniel
ISBN : 9780956526229
Genre : Business & Economics
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E-commerce Get It Right! is a Step-by-Step E-commerce guide, that will show you everything you need to know about selling and marketing physcial products online. Whether you¿re an e-commerce Start-Up or have an existing e-commerce website that is struggling to make a profit, this book is for you.

A Secret Of The Universe

Author : Stephen L. Gibson
ISBN : 9780979388002
Genre : Fiction
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This is the story of two high-school pals from the Midwest for whom a personal tragedy sets in motion a journey of inquiry that spans a lifetime of cruel and glorious twists, and culminates in an astonishing discovery. Ian wants answers his faith can’t provide, so he abandons traditional religion and its magic, mysticism, and supernaturalism, turning instead to science and reason. Bill’s path has become that of a devoted Christian who sees the bountiful harvest that can be achieved through spirituality and faith. When profound revelations lead each friend to uncover shocking historical “secrets” in support of his own worldview, their odyssey plays out on a global stage, with tragic consequences. Only by embracing the inherent mystery and pain of their quest do Ian and Bill make the discovery that really matters—a genuine secret of the universe. As emotional and hopeful as it is hard-hitting and brutally honest, Gibson’s dramatic allegory is fundamentally about beliefs. It's about how we come to form "knowledge" about the big questions in life: God, sexual ethics, morals, political ideology—even which medical treatments we will choose to fight our cancers. More importantly, it's about how those beliefs affect our actions, our lives, and the world around us! Told through two friends’ struggle to make sense of life’s triumphs and tragedies—which they interpret through very different religious filters—A Secret of the Universe is both a mirror through which each of us can view our human fallibility, and an illuminating path out of the dogmatism and violence that ail us.

Monday S Mysteries

Author : Larisa Long
ISBN : 9780595341023
Genre : Fiction
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"You are in danger as well Please heed my warning " So begins the diary written by Catherine Morgan as she describes the events of a Monday in 1810 Regency England. When another Catherine Morgan, who lives in present-day New York City, receives the diary, she is drawn into the mystery as the present Monday begins to resemble the Monday in 1810. Writing in the diary, Catherine pleads for help by hinting this particular Monday can be changed as long as the day doesn't end the same way. Catherine and her brother XJ desperately try to unravel the clues from 1810, but this is complicated since the chapters of the diary become visible only when the same events have taken place in the present. When a betrayal endangers the lives of those in 1810, present-day Catherine and XJ have less than 24 hours to uncover the mystery before the past repeats. Unfortunately, they think someone close to them might be conspiring to keep the mystery unsolved. If their Monday ends the same way as the diary of 1810, the events of the past will be forever repeated.

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