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Unschuldiges Herz Dolchstiche

Author : Jana S. Morgan
ISBN : 9783743834965
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Die Fortsetzung zu Nadelstiche Zwei Monate sind seit jenem schrecklichen Tag vergangen. Der jungen Liv fällt es unendlich schwer, den Schatten des Mannes zu vergessen, der ihr Leben für immer verändert hat. Sie will den Erinnerungen nicht weiter nachjagen, nicht länger um ihn trauern. Der Fremde ist fort und Arian nun an ihrer Seite. Alles könnte so schön sein. Doch die Idylle ist fadenscheinig und nur von kurzer Dauer, als das abgeschiedene Dorf Farrngaard von einer Gruppe bewaffneter Männer angegriffen wird. Alles droht zu zerbrechen. Die Liebe zu Arian. Der Frieden von Farrngaard. Was wollen die Angreifer? Und weshalb hegt der Anführer so ein besonderes Interesse an Liv und ihrem Dolch? Gefährlich. Romantisch. Und voller Sehnsucht. Dolchstiche ist der zweite Band der "Unschuldiges Herz"-Reihe von Jana S. Morgan.

Mademoiselle De Scud Ri

Author : Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
ISBN : 9786050478501
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E. T. A. Hoffmann's novella, "Mademoiselle de Scudéri. A Tale from the Times of Louis XIV" ["Das Fräulein von Scuderi. Erzählung aus dem Zeitalter Ludwig des Vierzehnten"], was first published in 1819 in "Yearbook for 1820. Dedicated to Love and Friendship" ["Taschenbuch für das Jahr 1820. Der Liebe und Freundschaft gewidmet"]. It later was included in the third volume of the four-volume collection of novellas and fairytales that was published between 1819 and 1821 under the title "The Serapion Brethren" ["Die Serapionsbrüder"]. The 1819 edition was an immediate commercial and critical success and led to Hoffmann's becoming a popular and well-paid author (Feldges & Stadler 1986, 153). The novella still is widely regarded as one of Hoffmann's best, not only because of its exciting, suspenseful plot and interesting descriptions of life, places, and people in late 17th-century Paris but also because of the many different levels of interpretation that it allows (Feldges & Stadler 1986, 158–167; Kaiser 1988, 75).

Wiener Familien Journal Wien 1866 1867

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Power Down

Author : Ben Coes
ISBN : 9781911591054
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The first in the explosive and bestselling Dewey Andreas series The largest oil-platform in the Western Hemisphere and a major hydroelectric dam are destroyed in a devastating, coordinated terrorist attack. The West’s energy supplies are on their knees. But when the terrorists struck the Capitana rig off the coast of Colombia, slaughtering most of the crew and destroying the oil field, there was one factor they didn’t take into account: former special forces operative Dewey Andreas. Determined to find the men behind the attack, Dewey must call on his long-dormant skills and overcome increasingly deadly assaults as he follows the trail of operatives sent to take him down. Soon he is locked in a life-or-death struggle with the mysterious Alexander Fortuna... and the clock is ticking. Can Dewey save the people and the country he loves before it’s too late? Power Down is a gripping and compelling thriller from bestseller Ben Coes, for fans of Vince Flynn, Brad Thor and J.B. Turner. Praise for Power Down ‘Power Down is terrific! With a gripping story, compelling characters, a relentless pace, and nerve-wracking suspense, Power Down is one of the must-read thrillers of the year. Don't miss this debut of novelist Ben Coes and the introduction of Dewey Andreas – you'll devour this one and wait anxiously for their return.’ – Vince Flynn, New York Times bestselling author of Pursuit of Honor ‘I loved Power Down! It's a fresh, exciting thriller and the action scenes are big, vivid and authentic, at times even breathtaking. An impressive debut for Ben Coes. I was blown away.’ – David Morrell, New York Times bestselling author of Creepers and creator of Rambo ‘A ripping thriller from an exciting new novelist. Power Down kept me glued, turning the pages. Lots of action, a terrific hero, and a slimy villain – thrillers don't get any better.’ – Stephen Coonts, New York Times bestselling author of The Disciple ‘Power Down marks the emergence of a major new talent in the political thriller genre – no small feat in a field already packed with big names like Vince Flynn, Brad Thor, and David Baldacci. In terms of sheer entertainment value ... easily and immediately competitive with the very best the thriller field has to offer.’ – Fiction Addict ‘One of those rare, glue-in-your-seat books. Sit down, pick it up, and start reading. You aren't going anywhere for anything until you finish it.’ – Bookreporter.com

Hermann Der Erste Befreier Deutschland S

Author : Eugen Hermann von Dedenroth
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Die Biene

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A Struggle For Rome

Author : Felix Dahn
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A Struggle for Rome is an historical novel written by Felix Dahn under the original title Ein Kampf um Rom in German, published in 1876. The plot is both colourful and rich of intrigue. The novel focuses on the actual struggle for control over Ancient Rome and specifically on the acts of heroism and heroic deaths therein. This book was quickly considered a novel for boys in the German Empire newly founded in 1871 and it was continuously handed over from the previous generation of adolescents to the next until the 1940s.The story recounts the struggle of the Ostrogoth state in Italy with the Eastern Roman Empire and describes their doom. The main motif of the book is stated in the poem at its end: Make way, you people, for our stride. We are the last of the Goths. We do not carry a crown with us, We carry but a corpse. [ ... ]. This corpse belongs to their late and last king Teia (Teja) who, in the complete story, symbolises the tragedy of his people''s downfall from the moment of the death of Theodoric the Great. This book was interpreted as a criticism on decadence during the reign of German emperor William II and it was interpreted as a prediction for the fall of the German Empire after World War I (in retrospect).Theodoric the Great is succeeded by his infant grandson Athalaric, supervised by his mother, Amalasuntha, as regent. The lack of a strong heir caused the network of alliances that surrounded the Ostrogothic state to disintegrate. The Visigothic kingdom regained its autonomy under Amalaric and the relations with the Vandals turned increasingly hostile. The Franks embarked again on expansion, subduing the Thuringians and the Burgundians and almost evicting the Visigoths from their last holdings in southern Gaul.............Julius Sophus Felix Dahn was born in Hamburg as the oldest son of Friedrich (1811-1889) and Constanze Dahn who were notable actors at the city''s theater. The family had both German and French roots. Dahn began his studies in law and philosophy in Munich, where he had moved with his parents in 1834, and then graduated as Doctor of Laws in Berlin. After his habilitation treatise, Dahn became lecturer of German Law in Munich in 1857. In 1863 he became senior lecturer/associate professor in W�rzburg, received a professorship in K�nigsberg (in 1872, and in 1888 he relocated to University of Breslau, again as a full professor, and was elected rector of the university in 1895. He belonged to as honorary member to association "Germania," a nationalistic and anti-Semitic organization, and was one of the leaders of the far right of Alldeutscher Verband Dahn was also honorary doctor in Medicine and in Philosophy. A month before his 78th birthday, Dahn died in Breslau. He was married to Therese von Droste-H�lshoff (1845-1929).Dahn was a trained historian and - prior to the novel - had published a first scientific monography about Procopius of Caesarea (in 1865), the main source of the Gothic War (535-552), describing the history of Theoderic''s realm and people and their future fates. Dahn incorporated many historical details into the story. However, he was also able to create new characters if he felt the need for them, e.g. Cethegus.Dahn''s writings were extremely influential in forming the conception of the European history unfolding during the first millennium CE which dominated German-speaking countries during the late 19th and early 20th century. His multi-volume Prehistory of the Germanic and Roman Peoples, a chronology of the European V�lkerwanderung (Migration Period) that first appeared in print in 1883, was so definitive that abbreviated versions were reprinted until the late 1970s. His works contributed to the foundation of National Socialism in Germany, while his book Ein Kampf um Rom encouraged a "v�lkisch avant-garde" who feared the supposed danger of ethnic mixing. Besides his historical works he also published nationalist poems in which he compared Poles to animals like wolves.

Regensburger Zeitung

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Die Gegenwart

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Etzel Andergast

Author : Jakob Wassermann
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