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Cross And Burn

Author : Val McDermid
ISBN : 9780802122049
Genre : Fiction
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The crime fighting team of clinical psychologist Tony Hill and police detective Carol Jordan investigate a serial killer who is targeting women who look suspiciously liek Carol.

Which To Cross And Which To Burn

Author : Endellion Palmer
ISBN : 1795679255
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Alistair Carr is at home in the Highlands for a long-awaited family reunion. It is Midsummer and he is happy to be back at Mennan Castle, but the discovery of the dead body of an unknown man threatens to cast a long shadow over the Carr family. Keen to find answers and relieve tensions at home, Alistair agrees to help the police with their enquiries. But he and his old friend David Grant immediately run into problems. Who could have brutally killed the man and then deliberately hidden his body when no one in town will admit to even knowing his name? Which to Cross and Which to Burn is the second Golden Age mystery featuring Alistair Carr.

Beyond The Burning Cross

Author : Edward J. Cleary
ISBN : UOM:39015032715065
Genre : History
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The author recounts how he successfully appealed the constitutionality of a local hate-crime ordinance to the Supreme Court

Burn

Author : James Patterson
ISBN : 9781448108305
Genre : Fiction
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Detective Michael Bennett is coming home to New York. And a world of unimaginable evil awaits. Having brought an end to the vengeful mission of the ruthless crime lord who forced the Bennett family into hiding, Michael is finally back in New York City. However, Bennett is thrust straight back into a horrifying case: a witness claims to have seen a group of well-dressed men holding a sickeningly depraved and murderous gathering in a condemned building. The report reads like the product of an overactive imagination. But when a charred body is found in that very same building, the unbelievable claim becomes all too real...

Walking The Cheviots

Author : Edward Baker
ISBN : 1850584885
Genre : Cheviot Hills (England and Scotland)
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The walks in this book provide an excellent introduction to the Cheviots, for weekend family walkers and experienced hill walkers. Each route contains details of the natural history, geology and archaeology of the area within the descriptive text.

Cross Training For Dummies

Author : Tony Ryan
ISBN : 1118069269
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Anyone can get into a fitness rut. You could be exercising regularly but feeling unmotivated about your current routine. Or you could be enjoying your workouts but not getting the results you really want. You can even be on health club hiatus and looking for a way to get back into exercise-mode. Whatever your situation, cross-training is a practical solution. Cross-training is a well-rounded way of approaching exercise. It allows you to vary your workouts so you can inject a little excitement into your fitness routine, while you receive better results out of your exercise plan. If you have a real thirst for fitness knowledge then Cross-Training For Dummies is for you. Whether you just want to use cross-training as a way to spice up a dull workout routine or you’re looking to develop specific skills that will enhance your performance in a specific activity or sport, this book can get you on track. Cross-Training For Dummies will keep you motivated, intere sted, strong, and injury-free as you strive to improve your level of fitness. From savvy tips that’ll turbo charge your workouts to great advice on weight lifting, fitness activities, and team sports, this book has just what you need to advance to a higher level of fitness. Cross-Training For Dummies also covers topics hat will help you to: Assess your fitness level Set personalized exercise goals Have fun with individual and team sports Incorporate kickboxing, Pilates, spinning, and other cutting-edge workouts into you routine Understand the five elements of fitness Challenging your body to new fitness levels is hard work, but the results are well worth it. Cross-Training For Dummies will help you understand how cross-training works and show you how to put together a well-balanced training program that will keep you happy and healthy.

Learn Or Burn For In God S Eye Brain Rape Is No Excuse

Author : William Shlonsky
ISBN : 9781594678851
Genre : Religion
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Shlonsky describes his journey from non-believer to born-again believer. He now contends that if people do not accept God's gifts, his grace will turn to wrath.

Egyptian Tales And Legends

Author : E.A. Wallis Budge
ISBN : 9780486148601
Genre : History
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Treasury of Egyptian folklore encompasses 36 beguiling stories. First part contains tales originally written in hieratic characters; second part documents Christian influence; third part recounts stories of Muslims who succeeded Copts.

The British Herald Or Cabinet Of Armorial Bearings Of The Nobility Gentry Of Great Britain Ireland From The Earliest To The Present Time

Author : Thomas Robson
ISBN : NYPL:33433081781563
Genre : Heraldry
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Hate Speech And The Constitution

Author : Steven J. Heyman
ISBN : 0815322070
Genre : Law
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Twenty-nine collected essays represent a critical history of Shakespeare's play as text and as theater, beginning with Samuel Johnson in 1765, and ending with a review of the Royal Shakespeare Company production in 1991. The criticism centers on three aspects of the play: the love/friendship debate.

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