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The Target

Author : DAVID. BALDACCI
ISBN : 1509859691
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The Target is David Baldacci's blockbuster follow up to The Hit, the smash-hit bestseller featuring U.S. government assassin, Will Robie.Will Robie is a highly trained CIA assassin who is only matched in his ability to kill by his fellow agent, Jessica Reel. They are trusted by the US government to succeed when failure isn't an option.So when the President identifies an opportunity to take down a global menace there's only two people he has in mind for the clandestine mission. Their target is the dangerous and unpredictable leader of North Korea, but when things don't go to plan a fierce retaliation is set in motion.While Robie and Reel are stalked by a new adversary - sent to destroy the enemy at all costs - a deadly game of cat and mouse is triggered between the East and West. But who will be hunter and who will be hunted when the true target is revealed?

The Target

Author : David Baldacci
ISBN : 1471271536
Genre : Large type books
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The mission is to enter one of the most dangerous countries in the world. The target is one of the toughest to reach. The result could be momentous - or it could be Armageddon. There is no margin for error. US government operatives Will, Robie and Jessica Reel have to prove they are still the best team there is. But are they invincible when pitted against an agent whose training has been under conditions where most would perish?

The Target

Author : Catherine Coulter
ISBN : 9781101191750
Genre : Fiction
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FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock are faced with the case of an abducted child. But is the girl's kidnapper really her savior? From the Paperback edition.

When The Body Is The Target

Author : Sharon Klayman Farber
ISBN : 9781461632528
Genre : Psychology
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In this comprehensive and insightful work, Dr. Sharon K. Farber provides an invaluable resource for the mental health professional who is struggling to understand self-harm and its origins. Using attachment theory to explain how addictive connections to pain and suffering develop, she discusses various kinds and functions of self-harm behavior. From eating disorders to body modifications such as tattooing, Dr. Farber explores the language of self-harm, and the translation of that language and its psychic functions in the therapeutic setting. She tells us, "When the body weeps tears of blood, we need to wonder what terrible sorrows cannot be spoken." Brilliantly illustrated with rich clinical material, this book offers a practical approach to the diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of the increasing number of patients whose emotions are expressed through bodily harm. The challenges of working with patients who tend to view the world of relationships in terms of predator and prey are clearly explicated and the stormy countertransference responses that threaten to destroy the treatment are given a full hearing. Finally, she shows how the attachment relationship formed in treatment can repair the traumatic attachment in mind, body, psyche, and soul, and can serve as the cornerstone of therapeutic change. A Jason Aronson Book

Finding The Target

Author : Frederick W. Kagan
ISBN : 9781458771919
Genre : History
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In Finding the Target, Frederick W. Kagan describes the three basic transformations within the U.S. military since Vietnam. First was the move to an all-volunteer force and a new generation of weapons systems in the 1970s. Second was the emergence of stealth technology and precision-guided munitions in the 1980s. Third was the information technology that followed the fall of the Soviet Union and the first Gulf War. This last could have insured the U.S. continuing military preeminence, but this goal was compromised by Clinton's drawing down of our armed forces in the 1990s and Bush's response to 9/11 and the global war on terror. The issue of transformation leads Kagan to Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's vision of a ''new ''military; the conduct of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars; and the disconnect between grand strategic visions such as the Bush Doctrine's idea of ''preemption ''and the underfunding of military force structures that are supposed to achieve such goals.

The Target

Author : Brad Taylor
ISBN : 9781101984802
Genre : Fiction
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Retired Delta Force officer Brad Taylor’s thrilling new short story takes us back to before the Taskforce was created, revealing the origins of Israeli agents Aaron and Shoshana as they are tasked with eliminating a former Nazi officer hiding in plain sight. Includes an exclusive preview of Brad Taylor’s eleventh Pike Logan thriller, Ring of Fire. 1998. A year after a disastrous mission in Amman, Jordan, Israeli operative Aaron Bergman and his Samson team feel more like outcasts than ever. Fearful that his team is about to be disbanded, Aaron is thrown another curve: a cast-off operative named Shoshana, who nobody in the Mossad trusts, and who all feel is a traitor. When the new commander of the Mossad summons them immediately after being sworn in, Aaron’s fears are confirmed. The team is cut free from the Mossad but not from serving their new leader. Unsanctioned by the Israeli government, their mission is to assassinate a Nazi murderer from Auschwitz: a man who stood guard on the wall of death and has since escaped to Argentina, and who is running a lucrative business with his sons. When Aaron and Shoshana accept the mission, it sets them on a collision course with an active operation involving a reborn Nazi web intertwined with Iran, forcing the pair to trust each other as the evil they were tasked with destroying sets its sights on one last strike against Israel no one sees coming.

Strike The Target

Author : Helena M. Mariades
ISBN : 9781609571504
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The Christian life is not for sissies! Salvation through Jesus Christ assures us of two opposing encounters-a personal relationship with God who is good, and an on-going spiritual battle with forces that are evil. Strike the Target! contains the tools necessary for those who are looking for an answer to their problems, want to achieve liberty from curses and demonic influences, and be spiritual warriors that help others attain victory. Offering the reader a proven step-by-step method of deliverance prayer counseling, in-depth understanding of spiritual warfare and keys to living an "abundant life," this manual answers both the common and complex questions. What does the Bible say about spiritual warfare, demons and deliverance? What is a curse? What does the enemy look like? How does spiritual warfare positively affect those with marriage and relationship difficulties, anger, depression, anxiety and addictions? You will benefit by improving the aim of your prayers to win back spiritual territories in your life and for the Kingdom of God. Dr. Helena Mariades is a pastoral counselor and the founder of Restoration Counseling Ministries. As a counselor to those who are wounded and searching for a deeper spiritual walk, her experience and application of spiritual warfare and deliverance are unique, exhaustive and Scripturally balanced. She holds a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Pastoral Counseling, a Master of Arts degree in Christian Psychology and her doctoral studies were in Theology.

The Target

Author : Shantanu Guha Ray
ISBN : 1684181798
Genre : Business and politics
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The Target

Author : Stephen J. Blakesley
ISBN : 9781616630294
Genre : Business & Economics
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If you are a leader, or if you want to become one, you need The Target. Author Stephen Blakesley has created a guidebook packed with information, systems, tools, and practical ways to understand what your individual strengths might be and how to leverage them to improve your performance. Are you already in a leadership position and looking to stand out in your role? Based on forty years of selection and hiring experiences, The Target compiles data and produces those traits to look for when hiring your team. Become privy to the secret rules of building a team built for superior performance. All you need is The Target.

Hit The Target

Author : Bill Yenne
ISBN : 9780698155015
Genre : History
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Selected for the Chief of Staff of the Air Force Reading List From Bill Yenne, author of the military histories Big Week and Aces High, comes the stirring true story of the Eighth Air Force in World War II. Less than a month after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. Army formed its first air force designated to operate overseas, the Eighth. Within four months, they had set up base in England. Three months later, they were bombing German targets in occupied Europe. The Eighth was the first bomber command on either side to commit to strategic daylight bombing. It was a major change in tactics—and the men of the Eighth paid the price in both lives and blood. But it was that very sacrifice that led the Allies to victory. Hit the Target introduces readers to those who made the Eighth Air Force the formidable juggernaut it soon became. Men of all ranks, from General Tooey Spaatz, the hard-driving founding commander, to Colonel Jimmy Doolittle, the hero who led the first air raid on Japan, to Maynard “Snuffy” Smith, the irascible first airman in Europe to be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, and Robert “Rosie” Rosenthal, who survived his time with the “Bloody Hundredth,” which lost airmen at a horrifying rate, and who went on to serve as a prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials. The story of the Mighty Eighth is told through these men, whose careers paralleled the early history of aviation and who helped to revolutionize airborne warfare and win World War II. INCLUDES PHOTOS

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