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Deep Waters

Author : Jayne Ann Krentz
ISBN : 9780743457224
Genre : Fiction
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"Deep Waters" combines suspense and romance in a story where a mysterious Pacific Rim consultant and a burned-out female CEO become sparring partners on a fishing pier crammed with secrets, danger, and hidden treasures. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

Zac Power Deep Waters

Author : H. I. Larry
ISBN : 9781742732923
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Another thrilling Zac Power adventure! Zac Power's next mission is in one of the deepest oceans in the world. Even GIB's subs can't handle the depth. But the enemy has invented a new sub that can dive deeper than ever before. Can Zac find the enemy and protect the top-secret information stored on the seabed?

Deep Waters

Author : John Herman
ISBN : 0399232354
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A summer at Camp Winasaukee leaves a teenaged camper with a moral dilemma following the mysterious drowning of a camp counselor.

Deep Waters

Author : James Raffan
ISBN : 9781443400275
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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There are few writers who can take the facts of an actual event and transform them into a compelling story that captures the mind and the heart. James Raffan is that rare author, proving with Deep Waters that he is a masterful storyteller who has not only penned a story that is by turns harrowing and poignant, but is also a powerful investigative work that sensitively explores the nature of courage, risk and loss. On the morning of June 11, 1978, 27 boys and four leaders from St. John’s School in Ontario set out on a canoeing expedition on Lake Timiskaming. By the end of the day, 12 boys and one leader were dead, with all four canoes overturned and floating aimlessly in the wind. This tragedy, which was first deemed to be an “accident,” was actually, as James Raffan explains, a shocking tale of a school’s survival philosophy gone terribly wrong, unsafe canoes and equipment, and a total lack of emergency preparedness training. Deep Waters is a remarkable story of endurance, courage and unspeakable pain, a book that also explores the nature of risk-taking and the resilience of the human spirit.

A Long Bridge Over Deep Waters

Author : James Still
ISBN : 1583423621
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Deep Waters

Author : Deborah Shlian
ISBN : 1732230137
Genre : Fiction
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For centuries an ancient shipwreck in azure Greek waters has concealed an astonishing truth. Radio talk show host Sammy Greene and ex-cop Gus Pappajohn investigate. From the marble steps of the Parthenon to the peaks of the hidden monasteries of Mount Athos, the two risk their lives in a desperate race to find the lost chapter of human history.

Deep Waters

Author : Alicia Rades
ISBN : 9780999187272
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Deep Waters

Author : Christopher B. Teuton
ISBN : 0803234368
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Weaving connections between indigenous modes of oral storytelling, visual depiction, and contemporary American Indian literature,Deep Watersdemonstrates the continuing relationship between traditional and contemporary Native American systems of creative representation and signification. Christopher B. Teuton begins with a study of Mesoamerican writings, Dine sand paintings, and Haudenosaunee wampum belts. He proposes a theory of how and why indigenous oral and graphic means of recording thought are interdependent, their functions and purposes determined by social, political, and cultural contexts. The center of this book examines four key works of contemporary American Indian literature by N. Scott Momaday, Gerald Vizenor, Ray A. Young Bear, and Robert J. Conley. Through a textually grounded exploration of what Teuton calls the oral impulse, the graphic impulse, and the critical impulse, we see how and why various types of contemporary Native literary production are interrelated and draw upon long-standing indigenous methods of creative representation. Teuton breaks down the disabling binary of orality and literacy, offering readers a cogent, historically informed theory of indigenous textuality that allows for deeper readings of Native American cultural and literary expression.

Deep Waters

Author : Alan Louis Kishbaugh
ISBN : 9780826357533
Genre : Literary Collections
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In the late 1960s, while heading up the Western operations for Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Alan Kishbaugh met the distinguished writer Frank Waters in Taos, New Mexico. From 1968 until Waters’s death almost thirty years later, the two wrote each other hundreds of letters. This annotated collection of their correspondence reveals Waters’s profound engagement with the land and cultures of the Southwest. A lively introduction to the breadth of Waters’s work, Deep Waters touches on themes of ecology, philosophy, pre-Columbiana, Eastern philosophy, Egyptology, American Indians, and a host of other subjects reflecting the great cultural shifts occurring at the time. Kishbaugh and Waters write of the women in their lives, mutual friends, writing and publishing challenges, and newly discovered books. Their letters offer new views of the legendary writers’ colonies of Santa Fe and Taos and the arrival of the counterculture in New Mexico.

Deep Waters

Author : Kim Krenz
ISBN : 0773526919
Genre : History
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Deep Waters is an intimate account of the principal events and personalities involved in the successful development of the Canadian nuclear power system (CANDU), an achievement that is arguably one of Canada's greatest scientific and technical successes of the twentieth century. Kim Krenz tells the stories of the people involved and the problems they faced and overcame. He also relates the history of the development of the town of Deep River, built exclusively for the scientists and employees of the Chalk River Project and describes the impact of the Project on the traditional communities of the Ottawa Valley. Public understanding of nuclear power has remained confused, yet decisions about whether and how to use it are of vital importance to Canadians today - and will increase in importance as we seek to maintain our standard of living without doing irreparable damage to the environment around us. Deep Waters examines the issues involved in the use of nuclear power without over-emphasizing its positive aspects or avoiding its negative aspects.

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