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The Devil S Right Hand Man

Author : Stephen G. Michaud
ISBN : 144062058X
Genre : True Crime
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The case of Robert Charles Browne, who may be one of America’s most prolific serial killers, was supposed to be a cold one. But that was before three retired buddies took it on. “The score is you one, the other team 48,” wrote Robert Charles Browne in March 2000, from his prison cell in Colorado, where he was serving a life sentence for a girl’s murder. “Seven sacred virgins entombed side by side, those less worthy are scattered wide.” No one in local law enforcement knew what to make of this message. Then three friends, volunteer members of the El Paso Sheriff’s Department cold case squad, decided to write back to Browne. Browne boasted about having killed as many as forty-eight people in a cross-country murder spree spanning twenty-five years. As the old friends parsed the riddles, investigators followed clues leading to a confession and the closure of another heartbreaking case. This is their story. Includes photographs

Men To Devils Devils To Men

Author : Barak Kushner
ISBN : 9780674966987
Genre : History
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The Japanese Army committed numerous atrocities during its pitiless campaigns in China from 1931 to 1945. Focusing on the trials of Japanese war criminals, Barak Kushner analyzes the political maneuvering and propagandizing in both China and Japan that would roil East Asian relations throughout the Cold War, with repercussions still felt today.

The Day The Devils Dropped In

Author : Neil Barber
ISBN : 9781844150458
Genre : History
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The first hours and days following the Allied invasion of Normandy on 6 June 1944 have a strong claim to be amongst the most crucial in world history. Spearheading this vast undertaking were crack British and American airborne forces. The Day The Devils Dropped In examines in fascinating detail the pivotal role of the 9th Battalion of the Parachute Regiment over the first week of the landings. Tasked with neutralizing the mighty Merville Battery, capturing Le Plein and the Château St Côme on the Breville Ridge, failure by the Paras to achieve any of these key objectives could well have unraveled the whole OVERLORD operation with catastrophic consequences. In his quest to uncover the true story of the early days of the landings, Neil Barber has successfully tracked down surviving participants in the operation. As a result he is able to tell the full story of the fierce fighting that characterized the early days of the landings largely in the very words of those who lived through the experience. This adds much to the credibility and immediacy of this enthralling book, which paints a superb picture of what soldiers care to call 'the fog of war'. The result is an inspiring and revealing read and a fine tribute to those whose contribution must never be forgotten.

The Devil S Right Hand

Author : J.D. Rhoades
ISBN : 9781940610184
Genre : Fiction
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The critically-acclaimed debut novel by J.D. Rhoades, and the introduction of iconic bounty hunter Jack Keller. Keller is a man tormented by the nightmares he's had ever since a disastrous tour in Desert Storm. Destroyed by his experience, Keller now makes his living tracking bailjumpers for H&H, a North Carolina bail bonds company run by a reclusive, beautiful, and horribly scarred woman named Angela. In truth, Keller doesn't work bail enforcement to live, he lives to work: the only thing that breaks through the numbness is the thrill of the hunt, the sound of gunfire, the high that comes with each successful takedown. When H&H is required to track down a lifelong loser for jumping bail on a routine burglary collar, Keller has no idea how gravely events are about to spiral out of his control. He chases his quarry straight into the center of a firestorm involving a pair of local Indians blinded by rage and hell-bent to avenge their father's murder. Along the way they encounter a vicious North Carolina cop with a mean streak and very few moral boundaries. Not to mention the cop's beautiful partner Marie, caught between a newfound desire for the just-on-the-edge-of-the-law Jack Keller and her loyalty to a police department with a serious ethics problem. These people, each hurtling forward on their own individual trajectories of self-destruction, begin to intersect each other's lives in a series of volatile, escalating, and deadly events. Furiously paced and filled with unforgettable, masterfully drawn characters destined to meet in a bloody showdown which most of them will not survive, The Devil's Right Hand is a stylish, razor-edged debut novel that redefines the rules of the Southern thriller.

The Devil S Banshee

Author : Donna Hosie
ISBN : 9780823437191
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Ever since The Devil’s wife left him to "go find herself," the overlord of Hell has had a hard time replacing her. As his dreamcatcher, she protected all realms of the afterlife by filtering his most insidious imaginings. Now, The Devil thinks he’s found a viable substitute in Elinor Powell, the kindest of the four teen friends known as Team DEVIL. Team DEVIL will do anything to protect Elinor—especially Alfarin, the bighearted Viking prince who loves her. But the only way to save her is to find The Devil’s wife—a banshee who has concealed herself somewhere within the Nine Circles of Hell. In Team DEVIL’s third quest, narrated hilariously and poignantly by Prince Alfarin, the four friends brave Dante’s old stomping grounds for an adventure they’ll never forget . . . if their dead souls can survive it.

Mister Dreyfus Demons

Author : Peter Dabbene
ISBN : 9781469117331
Genre : Fiction
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Mr. Dreyfus Demons is the story of Fred Dreyfus, an average individual who is thrust into a most unusual situation. Waking from an office party the night before, he discovers a door that leads straight into the infernal realm of hell. Condemned to hell on a technicality, his only chance of escape lies with the scruples of three random New Yorkers, or his own wits. As he is introduced to the scheming characters who inhabit the netherworld, Fred realizes that his best hope for escape lies within himself. Seizing opportunities as they present themselves, Fred forges tenuous alliances in a plan of escape born of necessity and constantly shifting with the political tide of hell. What people are saying about Mr. Dreyfus Demons: "Not how it happened at all." - Adolf Hitler "Peters perspicacious pastiche prevents pigeonholing, plowing past perfunctory potboilers and providing a premier, potent primer on politics and propaganda. Printed with precision, peerless and penetrating, passionate and patient, the puissant prose pesters for promotion and propagation." - The Spirit of Spiro Agnew Weekly Newsletter "Reading this book gave me a good idea of what hell must really be like." - Anonymous "Oh yeah, this is a good book. Real good." - The Sarcastic Times The best foreword I ever wrote." - John Rapacciuolo "Excellent font work." - The Font Fount A Bippy Spiffs Book Consortium Alternate Selection Winner of the Bippy Spiff Certificate of Appreciation for Middlebrow Literature Peter Dabbene has also written Prime Movements, a collection of short stories, and The Invisible Book, a nine hundred page novel about marketing fraud.

Green Devils Red Devils

Author : Edmund Blandford
ISBN : 9781473814752
Genre : History
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World War II introduced a new chapter to the history of elite troops - the parachute and glider-borne soldiers of Germany and the Allies, whose story is told in this book. Despite their experimental nature, there is no doubting the successes achieved by both sides. The story of the German airborne corps is traced from its inception - the policemen co-opted into becoming Goering's paras, their army rivals, the revelations of the German disasters, and triumph in Norway, Holland and Belgium before their ultimate test of May 1941. The crucial Battle of Crete is described through the experiences of men who were there, the struggle that broke the back of Hitler's airborne army. Late starters, the British Red Berets came to achieve worldwide fame as crack troops, and the book includes the tales of men who volunteered at the start and saw it through to the end; the triumphs and tragedies of the ordinary soldier, proud to serve in these distinguished regiments. Readers will find not only authentic detail and personal stories, but insights into airborne operations.

The Man In The Woods And Other Short Stories

Author : Robert L. Barrett
ISBN : 9781458214638
Genre : Fiction
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It is a sunny day at an Oregon resort as a forest ranger stares in disbelief at the mutilated bodies of six squirrels. As the Riley family pulls into the parking lot to begin a camping trip, they unload the car and joke about the Man in the Woods myth that has plagued the park for decades, without any idea they are about to come face-to-face with a paranormal phenomenon that no one thinks exists—until now. Over fifty years after the Black Force unit is formed to defend the United States against terrorist attacks, a dangerous hacker escapes from a Mexico prison and secretly enters the United States. After Rick Sanchez hacks into the Department of Defense’s system and steals high-tech weapons, The Black Force must do everything in their power to get the weapons back—before it is too late. Two priests warn Sheriff Chris Hill that the Krandel family is about to return from the dead to ensure their prophecy comes true in Menard, Texas. The sheriff must take immediate action—before the devil rises to take over the world again. In this collection of thrilling short stories, an Oregon town attempts to capture an elusive creature, an elite special ops force tries to stop an enraged man, and a sheriff gathers forces to halt a family sacrifice—presenting three unforgettable battles of good versus evil.

New Outlook

Author : Alfred Emanuel Smith
ISBN : STANFORD:36105008455466
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Devils Women And Jews

Author : Joan Young Gregg
ISBN : 1438404794
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Analyzes and illustrates the demonization of women and Jews in medieval sermon stories, retelling over one hundred of these tales in modern English.

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