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The City Of Fire

Author : Grace Livingston Grace Livingston Hill
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How is this book unique? Font adjustments & biography included Unabridged (100% Original content) Illustrated About The City Of Fire by Grace Livingston Hill "A Girl Doesn't Have to be Old Fashioned to be Good!" Lynn Severn, beautiful daughter of a small town minister, is deeply troubled by the barrier which has come between her and her former playmate, Mark Carter. A more lovable heroine than this simple and natural girl would be difficult to find.

The City Of Fire

Author : Grace Livingston Hill
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The Enchanted Barn

Author : Grace Livingston Hill
ISBN : UVA:X002127334
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A Voice In The Wilderness

Author : Grace Livingston Hill
ISBN : UCAL:B3322396
Genre : Arizona
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Cloudy Jewel

Author : Grace Livingston Hill
ISBN : UOM:39015012360130
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Oz

Author : Augustus Hill
ISBN : 0060521333
Genre : Performing Arts
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OZ: Behind These Walls is the secret journal of Augustus Hill, the show's wheel-chair bound main character. He's been keeping a diary about Oz for the past 5 years and wrote a letter requesting that if he should die, the book be published to show the world what goes on behind the walls of Emerald City. In his book, Augustus postulates on all aspects of Oz life - the rapes, lies, sex, stabbings, drugs, lost time, love and murder. With each entry, he highlights major events that have happened and offers his particular take on it. As the publisher of his book, we've taken Augustus' journal and added our own editorial sidebars -- some on OZ itself, with R.I.P pages and Poet's poetry -- others on various prisons and prison policies from around the United States, to give the reader a more indepth view of real prison life. The book also includes an Epilogue by Tom Fontana, creator of OZ, and an Episode Guide of the last 5 seasons of this groundbreaking show. Last but not least, the story behind the book is written into every new episode of the final season of OZ, making it not only a great fan keepsake, but a publishing event.

Famous And Infamous Workplace And Community Training

Author : David M. Kopp
ISBN : 9781137597533
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book explores the social history of training and development and describes how ordinary training systems were linked to extraordinary events. Using instrumental case studies, the author explores the direct and indirect motives behind famous and infamous training systems of history such as the methods used by John Lennon and Paul McCartney in the Beatles, those used by the Third Reich in training forced labor, and in the social guidance films of the 1950’s, among others. This book links modern-day themes of corporate and community social responsibility and social justice to historical cases of workplace and community training; in addition, it offers a unique view of business history that students and scholars can relate to, and contributes to a more thorough and robust inquiry into critical human resource development, ethics in the workplace, and the nature of training adults, in general.

American Fiction 1901 1925

Author : Geoffrey D. Smith
ISBN : 0521434696
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A 1997 bibliography of American fiction from 1901-1925.

Phoebe Deane

Author : Grace Livingston Hill
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Noble Warrior

Author : James E. Livingston
ISBN : 9781616739904
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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New addition to the "Commandant of the Marine Reading List, 2011" Major General James E. Livingston received the Congressional Medal of Honor for his role as an infantry company commander at Dai Do, Vietnam, during a three-day grinding battle of attrition in which the 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, numbering only 800 men, victoriously battled 10,000 or more NVA. His remarkable life and career is recounted in a book that has it all: exciting first-person eyewitness account of historic battle; the history of the development of tactics and strategies used in today’s war on terror; and a compelling story of leadership in action and individual courage in combat.

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