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Deadly Shore

Author : Andrew Cunningham
ISBN : 1515254291
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When It's Terrorist vs. Hurricane ... Everybody Loses! It's July 5th, and the Cape Cod roadways are clogged with tourists heading home from the holiday weekend and trying to outrun an approaching potentially catastrophic hurricane. But in the blink of an eye, their lives are thrown into chaos when terrorists bring down all of the bridges to the Cape. Instantly, a half million terrified people have no way to escape. And when the terrorists threaten to release anthrax on the captive population if their demands aren't met, fear turns to all-out panic. With time running out, Marcus Baldwin, a private investigator and former CIA operative, and Sara Cross, a disgraced ex-homicide detective, are brought together by a sole clue to the identity of the terrorists. They quickly realize that they may be the only ones with even a chance of stopping the plot before it's too late. With Category 4 Hurricane Chad barreling up the coast on a path for a direct hit on Cape Cod, it becomes frighteningly clear to everyone trapped on what has now become an island-one way or another they are probably all going to die. By the author of the Amazon bestselling thriller WISDOM SPRING.

Deadly Shore

Author : Frank Sullivan
ISBN : 1940707285
Genre : Fiction
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When young Irishman, Conor Rogan, arrives in Miami to Captain Bob Castagna's charter yacht, he soon attracts the attention of his beautiful wife, Eva, and his shy yet equally seductive stepdaughter, Abi. When he is framed for the killing of a local Cuban crime lord on a voyage to the Bahamas, Conor suddenly finds himself on the run from both the Miami Police who want him for murder, and the Cuban's two vicious sons who seek to exact a brutal revenge for their father's death. A stranger in a foreign land, Conor endures torture and violence as he races against time to clear his name. Left with no other choice, he must turn to the only two people who believe him: Rita, a beautiful young Cuban woman he has just begun a relationship with, and his brother-in-law, Danny, a violent ex-IRA man living in Florida. With the clock ticking, Conor's journey leads him from the exotic Bahamas to the streets of Miami and Fort Lauderdale and then out into the unforgiving Florida Everglades before reaching its violent and bloody conclusion. About the Author: Frank Sullivan Frank Sullivan lives in Ireland. A Graphic Designer and Illustrator by profession, he is a keen writer, artist and sailor who has lived and worked in various locations, travelling extensively to places like Hawaii, French Polynesia, Europe and South Florida. Over the years he has edited a trade magazine and written many articles and short stories, as well as illustrating for various magazines and newspapers.

Deadly Shores

Author : Taylor Anderson
ISBN : 9780451468352
Genre : Fiction
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The Destroyermen series continues from the New York Times bestselling author of Straits of Hell. The ambitious, long-planned raid on the Grik Empire has grown dangerously ill defined. Only Matthew Reddy, commander of the old destroyer USS Walker, seems focused on the original intent. While many Lemurians see an opportunity to reconquer their stolen homeland, others?Lemurian and human?have their own agendas, which could compromise the Alliance. Complicating matters further is Reddy's suspicion that his task force is being stalked by some unknown power bent on aiding the Grik for reasons of its own. As the raid begins and chaos reigns, Reddy has no choice but to risk everything in a desperate act that results in a sprawling, nightmare battle on the beaches of ?Grik City,” on the very decks of Walker, and in the labyrinthine passageways of the Celestial Palace itself. The final cost could be more than Matt Reddy?or the Alliance?can bear.

Eden S Deadly Shore

Author : John Ivor
ISBN : 1477610464
Genre : Fiction
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Maggie is a working girl, by chance among English gentry pioneering a wilderness in The Great Southland. The settlers intend to create an Eden for themselves where, unlike turbulent Europe, class divisions are rigidly observed.At 17 Maggie falls for a dashing Hussar officer, but finds that wisdom gained only from books can be misleading. Undeterred, and prodded by her grim past, she applies her flawed knowledge to seeking justice for the dispossessed native people. To "guarantee peace" the brutal police chief of Swan River Colony is butchering them.Maggie's reasoning is sound but Fate is unkind. Her good intentions result in bloody conflict. Her personal obsession of a fair go for all in the new land must battle the biggest obstacle of all − human nature.While self-contained, this is a sequel to Maggie's exciting odyssey to womanhood in Run Maggie Run.

The Fatal Shore

Author : Robert Hughes
ISBN : 9780307815606
Genre : History
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In this bestselling account of the colonization of Australia, Robert Hughes explores how the convict transportation system created the country we know today. Digging deep into the dark history of England's infamous efforts to move 160,000 men and women thousands of miles to the other side of the world in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Hughes has crafted a groundbreaking, definitive account of the settling of Australia. Tracing the European presence in Australia from early explorations through the rise and fall of the penal colonies, and featuring 16 pages of illustrations and 3 maps, The Fatal Shore brings to life the incredible true history of a country we thought we knew.

Gallipoli

Author : Harvey Broadbent
ISBN : 0143011332
Genre : Gallipoli Peninsula (Turkey)
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It was an adventure to die for. A daring attempt to force the Dardanelles and capture the Turkish capital Constantinople. For the Allies it was the Trojan War and crusade combined. The Gallipoli Campaing was to become one of the most savagely contested of the First World War.On 25 April 1915, Allied troops stormed the cliffs of Gallipoli. Twenty-eight thousand Australians were killed and wounded in the bloody, eight-month campaign. The raging battles of the Landing, the desperate assault on Lone Pine, the gallant but futile charge at the Nek, are all engraved on the national psyche. Gallipoli is now regarded as a defining episode in Australian history. It is an extraordinary story of determination and courage, as the intrepid and resourceful Anzacs displayed the spirit that was to distinguish them on the Western Front as the Empire's most formidable offensive troops.This book by Harvey Broadbent, a leading authority on the campaign and producer of the acclaimed ABC documentary Gallipoli: The Fatal Shore, seeks to convey the story of Gallipoli to Australians of all ages. It features a foreword by General Peter Cosgrove, Chief of the Australian Defence Force.

Seven Deadly Wonders

Author : Matthew Reilly
ISBN : 9780743270533
Genre : Fiction
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A prediction that promises ultimate power to whomever restores the Golden Capstone, an ancient Egyptian structure that protected people from global flooding before it was broken and scattered by Alexander the Great, prompts a brutal competition among top nations, terrorists, and a coalition. By the author of Contest and Ice Station. 125,000 first printing.

Close To Shore

Author : Michael Capuzzo
ISBN : 0767912543
Genre : History
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Combining rich historical detail and a harrowing, pulse-pounding narrative, Close to Shore brilliantly re-creates the summer of 1916, when a rogue Great White shark attacked swimmers along the New Jersey shore, triggering mass hysteria and launching the most extensive shark hunt in history. In July 1916 a lone Great White left its usual deep-ocean habitat and headed in the direction of the New Jersey shoreline. There, near the towns of Beach Haven and Spring Lake--and, incredibly, a farming community eleven miles inland--the most ferocious and unpredictable of predators began a deadly rampage: the first shark attacks on swimmers in U.S. history. For Americans celebrating an astoundingly prosperous epoch, fueled by the wizardry of revolutionary inventions, the arrival of this violent predator symbolized the limits of mankind's power against nature. Interweaving a vivid portrait of the era and meticulously drawn characters with chilling accounts of the shark's five attacks and the frenzied hunt that ensued, Michael Capuzzo has created a nonfiction historical thriller with the texture of Ragtime and the tension of Jaws. From the unnerving inevitability of the first attack on the esteemed son of a prosperous Philadelphia physician to the spine-tingling moment when a farm boy swimming in Matawan Creek feels the sandpaper-like skin of the passing shark, Close to Shore is an undeniably gripping saga. Heightening the drama are stories of the resulting panic in the citizenry, press and politicians, and of colorful personalities such as Herman Oelrichs, a flamboyant millionaire who made a bet that a shark was no match for a man (and set out to prove it); Museum of Natural History ichthyologist John Treadwell Nichols, faced with the challenge of stopping a mythic sea creature about which little was known; and, most memorable, the rogue Great White itself moving through a world that couldn't conceive of either its destructive power or its moral right to destroy. Scrupulously researched and superbly written, Close to Shore brings to life a breathtaking, pivotal moment in American history. Masterfully written and suffused with fascinating period detail and insights into the science and behavior of sharks, Close to Shore recounts a breathtaking, pivotal moment in American history with startling immediacy. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Poems Of American History

Author : Burton Egbert Stevenson
ISBN : UCAL:$B111362
Genre : United States
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The Volcano S Deadly Work

Author : Charles Morris
ISBN : UOM:39015019071748
Genre : Earthquakes
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