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One Grave At A Time

Author : Jeaniene Frost
ISBN : 9780062096265
Genre : Fiction
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Praise for Jeaniene Frost: “Put Jeaniene Frost on your must-read list!” —Lara Adrian “A gutsy heroine to cheer for and a smoldering hero to die for.” —Kresley Cole Readers can’t get enough of Cat Crawfield and her sexy vampire husband Bones—especially the fans of high quality paranormal fiction who have made the novels of Charlaine Harris, Kim Harrison, Lynsay Sands, and Christine Feehan blockbuster bestsellers. With One Grave at a Time, New York Times bestselling author Jeaniene Frost gives us another spectacular supernatural adventure in her Night Huntress series—as Cat and Bones, after narrowly averting an (under)World War, must figure out how to halt the horrific killing spree of a bloodthirsty witch hunter…a sadistic killer who has already been dead for centuries.

A University For The 21st Century

Author : James J. Duderstadt
ISBN : 0472110918
Genre : Education
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DIVFrom the former president of one of America's leading universities comes a comprehensive analysis of the challenges and opportunities facing higher education in America as we enter the twenty-first century. In A University for the Twenty-first Century, James J. Duderstadt discusses the array of powerful economic, social, and technological forces that are driving the rapid and profound change in American social institutions and universities in particular. /divDIVChange has always characterized the university as it has sought to preserve and propagate the intellectual achievements, the cultures, and the values of our civilization. However, the capacity of the university to change, through a process characterized by reflection, reaction, and consensus, simply may not be sufficient to allow the university to control its own destiny. Not only will social and technical change be a challenge to the American university, Duderstadt says, it will be the watchword for the years ahead. And with change will come unprecedented opportunities for those universities with the vision, the wisdom, and the courage to lead in the twenty-first century. The real question raised by this book is not whether higher education will be transformed, but rather how . . . and by whom. /divDIVJames J. Duderstadt is President Emeritus and University Professor of Science and Engineering, University of Michigan. /div

One Grave Less

Author : Beverly Connor
ISBN : 9780748127788
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Long ago, forensic anthropologist Diane Fallon served in South America at the World Accord International. Years later, haunted by the massacres a continent away, she has been trying hard to put the past behind her. Until now... Working late at her museum, Diane hears a terrified cry that leads her to an injured man - and recognises him as a fellow WAI staffer from her days in South America. Clutching a child's femur in his hands, he whispers, 'It was one of us...' and dies. Now Diane is faced with some deadly questions - why was her former colleague trying to visit her? Why did he carry a human bone? Who did he mean by 'us', and just who attacked him? More importantly, is Diane the next on the list?

Bleak House

Author : Charles Dickens
ISBN : 9781460403167
Genre : Fiction
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The labyrinthine, ingenious plot of Bleak House focuses on the seemingly endless lawsuit Jarndyce and Jarndyce, an inheritance dispute that has been moving through the courts for years. Dozens of characters, including the innocent young narrator Esther Summerson, her friends Richard Carstone and Ada Clare, and the jaded aristocrats Sir Leicester and Lady Honoria Dedlock, are directly or indirectly caught up in the case. Written in bold and inventive language, Bleak House is Dickens’s epic vision of Victorian society. The critical introduction and extensive appendices to this edition focus on the novel’s social context and reception, Dickens’s treatment of his women characters and the working class, and the inequalities of the Victorian legal system.

4 274 Confederate Comrades One Grave

Author : James E. Pless
ISBN : 9781479780778
Genre : History
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The pages herein represent a monumental labor put forth by our brother, James E Pless, and through them we now have the knowledge of events of the final months of our great-grand father, James Monroe Pless. All of his descendants now living will now know the fate of this humble and courageous fore-father. Ultimately the investigation of the POW camp in Chicago and the battle field at Chickamauga led to our brother James planning a memorial service in Dadeville, Alabama. The service for James Monroe Pless at last united his spirit with the body of his beloved wife, Lucinda Jane Boone Pless after more than a century had passed. This beautiful and moving ceremony will live forever in the memories of those who attended. We are profoundly indebted to our brother James for his unwavering commitment on our behalf.

Reports From Commissioners

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One Grave Too Many

Author : Ron Goulart
ISBN : 9781784085087
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As earthquakes shake Los Angeles, John Easy looks for a missing adman. John Easy never likes to get out of bed, especially when the woman beside him is as beautiful as Jill Jeffers, but no man can argue with an earthquake. The quake subsides after a few moments, but another one is coming. Something fierce is about to rock Los Angeles, and California's hippest private detective is going to be right in the middle of it. Gay Holland, Easy's newest client, is rich, lonely, and missing her brother Gary. The owner of a boutique radio advertising firm, Gary is recently divorced and has a married girlfriend. His apartment has been trashed, and whoever did it was violent, professional, and in search of something to do with Gary's collection of archaeology texts. Finding Gary will mean digging deep under Los Angeles -- assuming the next quake doesn't shake the city apart first.

One Grave Too Many

Author : Beverly Connor
ISBN : 9781405515917
Genre : Fiction
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Leaving a troubled past behind her, Diane Fallon is starting over as director of the River Trail Museum of Natural History in Georgia - until former love Detective Frank Duncan tracks her down. He needs her unique experience as a forensic anthropologist to examine a bone found in the woods. Diane can't resist Frank's request - on both a professional and personal level. Because the secrets of bones are in her blood - and their whispers offer a dead family's only chance at justice...

Profession Of Dramatist In Shakespeare S Time 1590 1642

Author : Gerald Eades Bentley
ISBN : 9781400872428
Genre : Drama
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Gerald Eades Bentley assembles and analyzes the extant theatrical materials of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. His discussion of the working conditions of professional dramatists like Thomas Heywood, John Fletcher, and Philip Massinger as well as William Shakespeare rounds out the fascinating picture of the professionalism that developed in the great days of Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre. Originally published in 1972. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

The Past In Present Times

Author : Lajčo Klajn
ISBN : 0761836470
Genre : History
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The Past in Present Times exposes the violations of human rights, war crimes, and genocide during the rise of the former Yugoslavia during World War I, prior to and directly after World War II, the Yugoslav War, and the recent fall of the federation. In addition to the legal findings by the Nuremberg and Hague Tribunals, including the most recent trials, this legal-historical analysis reviews details of undisputed facts and recorded dialogues, which unveils surprising background information. As Dr. Lajco Klajn leads the reader along an historical line of events, he clarifies the factors and circumstances that led to genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity while explaining the social, legal, historical, and moral consequences. Without forcing judgment about the past, Dr. Klajn exposes the roots of these conflicts and explains why if the roots are not eradicated, the conflicts may resurface in the future as a manifestation of even more monstrous wars and suffering as the past becomes the present once again.

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