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The Devil In Her Way

Author : Bill Loehfelm
ISBN : 9781466836808
Genre : Fiction
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When Maureen Coughlin first appeared in The Devil She Knows (2011), the New Orleans Times-Picayune called her "unforgettable" and "the character of the year." Booklist named The Devil She Knows one of 2011's ten best thrillers and declared Maureen "as compelling a character as this reviewer expects to see this year." Now she's back in Bill Loehfelm's new thriller, The Devil in Her Way, and her life has changed in more ways than one: She's starting over in New Orleans as a newly minted member of the police force. Kicking off her final week of field training, Maureen takes a punch from a panicked suspect bursting out of an apartment. Her training officer laughs it off, and the incident even yields a small victory: the cops recover a stash of pot and guns. But out on the street, on the fringes of the action, Maureen sees something sinister transpire between two neighborhood boys that leaves her shaken, and she knows there's more to the story than she's seen. As we follow Maureen's dangerous hunt for answers, Loehfelm leads us around New Orleans's most hidden corners and into its darkest outposts. Bill Loehfelm is the real deal—a lauded thriller writer in the modern tradition of Dennis Lehane, Richard Price, and Michael Connelly. He knows the voices of his city. Like Lehane's Boston, Price's New York City, or Connelly's Los Angeles, Loehfelm's New Orleans leaps off the page, as vibrant, flawed, and unruly as his reborn, fire-hearted protagonist. In The Devil in Her Way, Loehfelm's talents flourish, and the result is a ruthless and propulsive thriller.

Nothing In Her Way

Author : Charles Williams
ISBN : 1515425738
Genre : Fiction
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Kyle Finds Her Way

Author : Susie Salom
ISBN : 9780545852685
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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On the first day of sixth grade, Kyle Constantini lands in the principal's office after standing up against (that is, punching) Ino Nevarez, who was teasing a deaf girl at school. Her punishment? Join the NAVS program, which teaches constructive problem-solving (that is, not punching). Kyle loves NAVS, where her team competes in a challenge to navigate a maze. But her parents refuse to let her participate... so Kyle may just have to fudge the truth a bit to get around them. Then her best friend starts to crush on a cute new English boy, who seems to be interested in -- Kyle? As the NAVS competition approaches, she has to trust her instincts, take some good advice, and figure out her way through the amazing maze of middle school. Rich characters, a big heart, and a witty, warm voice make Kyle Finds Her Way a debut worth discovering.

Daisy Dawson Is On Her Way

Author : Steve Voake
ISBN : 9780763642945
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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After rescuing a butterfly trapped in a spider's web, Daisy Dawson discovers that she can now understand everything animals say, which comes in handy when her favorite farm dog, Boom, goes missing. Reprint.

Millicent Fenwick

Author : Amy Schapiro
ISBN : 0813532310
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The pipe-smoking grandmother sent to Congress from New Jersey at the age of sixty-four in 1974 is lovingly portrayed here, with details of her rise to prominence and the events that contributed to her reputation as the "conscience of the Congress." (Biography)


Author : Cara Nicoletti
ISBN : 9780316242981
Genre : Cooking
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AN IRRESISTIBLE LITERARY FEAST Stories and recipes inspired by the world's great books As a young bookworm reading in her grandfather's butcher shop, Cara Nicoletti saw how books and food bring people to life. Now a butcher, cook, and talented writer, she serves up stories and recipes inspired by beloved books and the food that gives their characters depth and personality. From the breakfast sausage in Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House in the Big Woods to chocolate cupcakes with peppermint buttercream from Jonathan Franzen's The Corrections, these books and the tasty treats in them put her on the road to happiness. Cooking through the books that changed her life, Nicoletti shares fifty recipes, including: The perfect soft-boiled egg in Jane Austen's Emma Grilled peaches with homemade ricotta in tribute to Joan Didion's "Goodbye to All That" New England clam chowder inspired by Herman Melville's Moby-Dick Fava bean and chicken liver mousse crostini (with a nice Chianti) after Thomas Harris's The Silence of the Lambs Brown butter crêpes from Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl Beautifully illustrated, clever, and full of heart, Voracious will satisfy anyone who loves a fantastic meal with family and friends-or curling up with a great novel for dessert.

Her Way

Author : Paula Kamen
ISBN : 0814747337
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Winner of the Religious Communication Association Book of the Year Award for 2008 Sanctuary Cinema provides the first history of the origins of the Christian film industry. Focusing on the early days of film during the silent era, it traces the ways in which the Church came to adopt film making as a way of conveying the Christian message to adherents. Surprisingly, rather than separating themselves from Hollywood or the American entertainment culture, early Christian film makers embraced Hollywood cinematic techniques and often populated their films with attractive actors and actresses. But they communicated their sectarian message effectively to believers, and helped to shape subsequent understandings of the Gospel message, which had historically been almost exclusively verbal, not communicated through visual media. Despite early successes in attracting new adherents with the lure of the film, the early Christian film industry ultimately failed, in large part due to growing fears that film would corrupt the church by substituting an American “civil religion” in place of solid Christian values and amidst continuing Christian unease about the potential for the glorification of images to revert to idolatry. While radio eclipsed the motion picture as the Christian communication media of choice by the 1920, the early film makers had laid the foundations for the current re-emergence of Christian film and entertainment, from Veggie Tales to The Passion of the Christ.

Myka Finds Her Way

Author : Gail Herman
ISBN : 9780736426060
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Assisting her friends in Pixie Hollow, Myka the sharp-eyed scouting fairy triggers a false alarm when she mistakes one of her observations for a threat, an event after which she struggles with self-doubt. Original.

Alice On Her Way

Author : Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
ISBN : 9781439115602
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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It’s the moment Alice has been looking forward to for years—her sixteenth birthday is coming up, and that means getting her driver’s license, with the freedom that entails. And before that important milestone, there’s another delicious taste of freedom awaiting Alice and her friends—a class trip to New York City, promising some serious partying once chaperones have gone to bed. But sophomore year and driving lessons are a lot harder than Alice thought they would be, and then there’s the problem with her new boyfriend, who is sometimes too attached to her. The older Alice gets, the more complicated her life seems to become.

Her Way

Author : Rosalie Hall Hunt
ISBN : 194064531X
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Before there was a Woman's Missionary Union, there was Hephzibah Jenkins Townsend, a determined and courageous woman who transcended the societal constraints of the antebellum South to found a missionary society that would become the model for hundreds of others to follow. Hephzibah, mistress of a large plantation on South Carolina's Edisto Island, gave birth to fifteen children. Her passion was missions, and in order to fund missions and to found a church, Hephzibah and her beloved servant Bella started a baking business. Force of character and a profound sense of justice were the hallmarks of Hephzibah's life. This is her remarkable story. Rosalie Hall Hunt is an avid historian, especially of the women who have shaped missions. She is the daughter of missionaries, and she and her husband, Bob, served for thirty years as missionaries in eight Asian countries. She is the author of "Bless God and Take Courage: The Judson History and Legacy," "We've a Story to Tell: 125 Years of WMU," and other books and articles. She speaks at churches, retreats and conferences. Hunt and her husband live in Guntersville, Alabama. "In the story of Hephzibah Jenkins Townsend, we see the true meaning of sacrificial giving and the power of one voice to change our culture and world." - Wanda Lee, Executive Director, Woman's Missionary Union, Southern Baptist Convention "The wonderful research and the intriguing way Rosalie Hall Hunt shares Hephzibah's story will encourage you in your service. May we all be found as faithful as Hephzibah." - Linda Cooper, President, Woman's Missionary Union, Southern Baptist Convention "There is no way to overestimate the importance of Hephzibah to the history of Baptist women in missions, and there is no way to really understand Hephzibah's story without the master storyteller Rosalie Hall Hunt." - Ruby Fulbright, Vice President, North American Baptist Women's Union

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