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Smoke Screen

Author : Sandra Brown
ISBN : 9781416563068
Genre : Fiction
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The themes of role reversal and the abuse of power figure prominently in a tale in which corruption and betrayals turn friends against one another and force criminals to become heroes.

Smokescreen

Author : Robert Sabbag
ISBN : 9781841953458
Genre : Drug couriers
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Allen Long possessed charisma and cunning in equal measure. But he needed to know that those around him could handle pressure. After all, they'd be violating Columbian and US airspace in a dilapidated DC-3 and landing in bandit country. This is the follow-up to the drug smuggling tale Snowblind.

Smokescreens

Author : Jack T. Chick
ISBN : 9780758908568
Genre : Religion
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Learn the hidden purpose of the ecumenical movement Many Christians believe the current call for Christian unity is biblical and reflects the heart of God. But in this important book, Jack Chick shows why nothing could be further from the truth. Before you agree to this "unity," you need to know who you are uniting with . . . and what they believe. Here, you will learn that today'unity' is a clever smokescreen, devised by the Vatican to bring all Christians under Rome's control. And to be in unity with Rome, you must be willing to compromise your beliefs . . . and accept hers. Discover why this "unity" is so dangerous, and how far down the road of compromise the church has already traveled. See how major Christian leaders have been leading their followers into compromise with Rome for years. Learn how to spot this dangerous false unity so you can take a stand. Learn the high price you will eventually pay for this "unity."

Smoke Screen

Author : Daniel Partner
ISBN : 0791049582
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes the history and addictive nature of nicotine use in various forms and its harmful effects, with an emphasis on related psychological disorders.

Smokescreen

Author : Nancy Hartry
ISBN : 9781770494060
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Nothing in Kerry’s life prepares her for her first summer job. Stationed as far north from Toronto as Florida is south, unqualified and inexperienced, she perceives hazards around every tree. What does she know about fieldwork? Or black bears? Or men? Absolutely nothing—all she’s done with her life so far is competitive dance. If her mother only knew what this job required! Kerry’s new partner, Yvette, is unlike anyone she’s ever met and something about her doesn’t add up. Her boss is a chauvinist pig and out to get them. When forest fires break out, Kerry and Yvette are drafted for fire duty and sent deeper into the bush—even closer to the fire. As all of northwestern Ontario goes up in flames, Kerry vows to find out what is really going on and uncovers a crime of international scope and scale that will threaten her life. Smokescreen is an adrenalin pumping adventure, pitting two resourceful young women against nature and man at their most greedy. Truth and lies. Fire and darkness. Who will triumph when nothing is what it seems?

Smokescreen

Author : Jodie Bailey
ISBN : 9781460389096
Genre : Fiction
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UNDER ATTACK When her life is on the line, Ashley Colson is rescued by the last person she ever expected to see again. Military officer Ethan Kincaid might have disappointed her once in the past, but now he's the only person who can keep her safe. They're under the gun to decode top secret files that can save the life of a friend who is in enemy hands. But the killers will pull out all the stops to get their hands on the files…and Ashley. With time running out, can they put aside their past and find the answers that could give them a future?

Smokescreen

Author : Khaled Talib
ISBN : 9789881219534
Genre : Fiction
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At an ancient café in Cairo, two veteran spies plot a covert mission to resolve — once and for all — the Israeli – Palestinian conflict. The pledge: Israel will make a major concession as part of the peace treaty. In Singapore, Jethro Westrope, a magazine journalist, stumbles onto the scene of a murder: the beautiful Niki Kishwani directs him, in her last breath, to a digital recorder, evidence that puts Jethro’s life in serious danger. And, much worse, he is framed for Niki’s murder. Jethro sets out to find Niki’s killer and is drawn into a web of deception and intrigue involving officials from the Singaporean, Israeli, and American governments, each with a complex, competing, and potentially deadly agenda. Against this pulse-pounding backdrop, Jethro races to find answers and save himself —yet nothing is as it seems. He finds himself at the center of a political plot so diabolical and sweeping in its world implications that he is stunned to discover tomorrow’s news headlines today. He is being set up not only as a murderer but as an assassin, and something much larger than his own fate is in his hands.

Smokescreen

Author : Paul F. J. Aranas
ISBN : 9780875868967
Genre : History
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When is it legitimate to use force? Smokescreen analyzes the workings and legitimacy of the United Nations Security Council, and how the United States and NATO governments systemically create the false perception of legitimacy for the use of force. the book offers a way forward toward international peace and security, in the interests of Western countries and humanity as a whole. Social scientists widely use Max Weber's definition of legitimacy, legitimitatsglaube, or the belief in legitimacy. Unlike moral philosophers, social scientists favor empirical data; therefore, for these social scientists, measuring legitimacy becomes possible by measuring what people believe to be legitimate. David Beetham maintains that Weber's definition is a catastrophe, and, in its place, offers a formula for legitimacy based on the objective criteria of legality, shared beliefs between dominant and subordinate, and consent from at least the most significant subordinate actors. This book argues that the United Nations Security Council, backed by the UN Charter, holds real legitimacy based on Beetham's formula. However, powerful Western states intent on military intervention, but unable to secure UN Security Council authorization, employ alternative norm justifications of self-defense beyond the scope of Article 51 and humanitarian intervention. They use a Weberian conception of legitimacy to create a perception of legitimacy where none exists. In this framework the powerful have the ability to manipulate public opinion to create legitimacy for a particular action. the author argues that this is not legitimacy but merely a perception of legitimacy to justify aggression. Objective standards to legitimacy exist, and those standards are enshrined in the United Nations Charter. This book is suitable for courses on international relations, political theory, and political science. Primary markets include bookstores, university book lists and secondary markets include international relations conferences and speaking engagements. the main subject area is international affairs. the readership level is intermediate and above. the book includes references to international law suitable for a general audience but also for the professional practitioner.

Smokescreen

Author : Bernard Ashley
ISBN : 0746067917
Genre : Children's stories
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An electrifying thriller about the highly topical subject of people-smuggling, from one of the UK's leading children's authors. Synopsis Ellie has been scared of water since her mum drowned, so when her dad decides to move to a pub by a canal in east London, Ellie is afraid. But she soon thinks there's something more disturbing about the pub than just its setting. Something is going on at the weekly music night and Ellie and new friend Flo are determined to find out what, despite warnings to back off. The music night is clearly a smokescreen for something, but what? Bundled from country to country on a harrowing journey from a tiny Chinese village with the false promise of a better life in England, Song Fang Yin knows the truth. If she can escape her captors she could help Ellie expose it.

Smoke Screen

Author : Stephanie Newton
ISBN : 1426846916
Genre : Fiction
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First, his fiancée was murdered. Next, a dear friend. Is an arsonist targeting firehouse chaplain Jake Rollins through his loved ones? FBI agent Chloe Davis is on the case—even though it brings her far too close to the handsome pastor. Chloe has always worked undercover, trusting only herself. How can she believe a man who says he knows her—and loves her—for who she is? Only when the smoke begins to clear will Chloe learn to see past her doubts and fears…and find the vengeful killer closer than anyone realizes.

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