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Where Heroes Hide

Author : Helen Recorvits
ISBN : 9781466819122
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A touching story about heroism Ten-year-old Junior wasn't even born when his father came home from World War II, but he knows his dad was a war hero. He'd been a pilot, and Junior would like to know more about his wartime experiences, but his dad doesn't want to talk about the war and gets mad whenever the subject comes up. Plenty of other things make him angry, too, especially Junior's best friend, Lenny, a polio survivor. Even though Lenny is no longer contagious, Junior's father doesn't want his son taking any chances. Junior knows better and he's not going to let his father ruin his summer or his friendship. His dad comes close to doing both until something happens that shows everyone where heroes hide.

In The Cage Where Your Saviours Hide

Author : Malcolm Mackay
ISBN : 9781786697080
Genre : Fiction
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The independent kingdom of Scotland flourished until the beginning of the last century. Its great trading port of Challaid, in the north west of the country, sent ships around the world and its merchants and bankers grew rich on their empire in Central America. But Scotland is not what it was, and the docks of Challaid are almost silent. The huge infrastructure projects collapsed, like the dangerous railway tunnels under the city. And above ground the networks of power and corruption are all that survive of Challaid's glorious past. Darian Ross is a young private investigator whose father, an ex cop, is in prison for murder. He takes on a case brought to him by a charismatic woman, Maeve Campbell. Her partner has been stabbed; the police are not very curious about the death of a man who laundered money for the city's criminals. Ross is drawn by his innate sense of justice and his fascination with Campbell into a world in which no-one can be trusted.

The Complete Concordance To Shakspere

Author : Mary Cowden Clarke
ISBN : UIUC:30112057490002
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These People Are Hidden Heroes

Author : Karl Lawrence aka T.O.L
ISBN : 9781480924345
Genre : Fiction
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These people are Hidden Heroes? by Karl Lawrence aka T.O.L War is brought to American soil when the military is put in place to deal with a hostile nation. The country ignored the warnings about the invasion and is caught off-guard when it happens, the strength of the military is caught abroad and the world Mercenary force has set up blockades to make war against the American force trying to return home. The guards and military that are left are no match for the highly trained mercenary pirates, but their arrogance causes them to make a big invasion losing mistake. Areas known as the Hoods are organized and trained as the TRIBE: The true purpose of Gangs, Thugs, Hustlers, Chicken heads and ratchet Hood Rats is revealed to the world. These People are Hidden Heroes? The protectors of the country against the mad men of the world. Yeah and it’s like dat! America we can be your greatest Ally or your worst enemy... it’s your choice.

Hidden Truth Mills Boon Heroes Stealth Book 1

Author : Danica Winters
ISBN : 9781474094634
Genre : Fiction
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Neither knows the other is undercover.

Postmasters Advocate

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924054237676
Genre : Postal service
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Silent Heroes

Author : Sherri Greene Ottis
ISBN : 9780813147987
Genre : History
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In the early years of World War II, it was an amazing feat for an Allied airman shot down over occupied Europe to make it back to England. By 1943, however, pilots and crewmembers, supplied with "escape kits," knew they had a 50 percent chance of evading capture and returning home. An estimated 12,000 French civilians helped make this possible. More than 5,000 airmen, many of them American, successfully traveled along escape lines organized much like those of the U.S. Underground Railroad, using secret codes and stopping in safe houses. If caught, they risked internment in a POW camp. But the French, Belgian, and Dutch civilians who aided them risked torture and even death. Sherri Ottis writes candidly about the pilots and crewmen who walked out of occupied Europe, as well as the British intelligence agency in charge of Escape and Evasion. But her main focus is on the helpers, those patriots who have been all but ignored in English-language books and journals. To research their stories, Ottis hiked the Pyrenees and interviewed many of the survivors. She tells of the extreme difficulty they had in avoiding Nazi infiltration by double agents; of their creativity in hiding evaders in their homes, sometimes in the midst of unexpected searches; of their generosity in sharing their meager food supplies during wartime; and of their unflagging spirit and courage in the face of a war fought on a very personal level.

Toby Belfer Learns About Heroes And Martyrs

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The Horn Book Guide To Children S And Young Adult Books

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ISBN : UOM:39015078848481
Genre : Children
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My Heroes Extraordinary Courage Exceptional People

Author : Ranulph Fiennes
ISBN : 9781444722444
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In MY HEROES the 'world's greatest living explorer' (Guinness Book of Records), writes about the people who have inspired him - from explorers to policemen, families to freedom fighters. Wherever in the world Ranulph gives one of his lectures or motivational speeches, someone always asks: 'Who inspired you to do all the crazy things you've done?' For the first time he explores this idea by revealing his own personal heroes and what lessons their actions may have taught him in his own often hazardous profession. This book describes the extraordinary and often horrific events that led to these ordinary individuals becoming Ranulph's great heroes. From polar survivor to knifed-and-beaten policeman, from a woman missionary to a special forces soldier, these wonderful people will make you proud to be part of the human race. 'Refreshingly different... this salute to mostly unsung heroes is an inspirational reminder of human goodness'. -Daily Mail 'Fiennes is making the case for a closer examination of the example set by the men and women he considers heroes'. The Times

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