Author: Geri Glenn
Editor: Geri Glenn
Size: 11,42 MB
Format: PDF
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Sarah I was just six months pregnant when I lost the man I was going to marry. Mouse was caught in the crosshairs of a war between the Kings of Korruption MC and a rival club, leaving me to raise our daughter alone. Brokenhearted, angry, and terrified, I struggle through life, determined to raise my daughter the best way I know how. Since the day Mouse was killed, Bosco has been tasked with watching over us. As time passed, he became a part of the family, a man my daughter can rely on. A man who has never let me down, and whose intensity makes me weak in the knees. But that man is part of the same club that got Mouse killed, and there's no way I can put myself or my daughter through that a second time. Bosco Taking care of Sarah and her daughter may have started out as a duty handed down to me by the president of my club, but now it's as vital to me as breathing. Now I've become attached. I've learned how kind, brave, and sexy Sarah is. I was even there when she gave birth to the little girl that captured my heart the moment she took her first breath. My feelings for her have turned from friendship to an all-consuming passion that threatens to burn me from the inside out, but I know she's not ready. So, I wait. I wait while she takes the time she needs and stand by while she grieves. But when the world as we know it is rocked on its foundation, I can't wait any longer. I need to prove to her that it's okay to move on, that we need each other. That I will do whatever it takes to make her happy.

Forty Dreams Of St John Bosco

Author: St. John Bosco
Editor: TAN Books
ISBN: 0895559250
Size: 13,50 MB
Format: PDF
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These fascinating dreams involve prophecy and reading of hearts, with a powerful spiritual message. Includes: To Hell and Back, Two Boys Attacked by a Monster, The Snake and the Rosary, and many more. These dreams led to many conversions and will instruct, admonish and inspire today!


Author: Jody Calloway
ISBN: 9781546924081
Size: 19,61 MB
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BOSCO: growing up on the farm, is a children's picture book about a simpler time and place. Join five cousins on their daily adventures living on a working farm in Bosco, LA. They represent the fourth generation to live on this land that continues to produce cattle, cotton, corn, and soybeans. Relax and enjoy - God bless!

Muscular Arms And Shoulders

Author: Harry B. Paschall
Editor: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781477576120
Size: 14,73 MB
Format: PDF
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"I wish I could state boldly that this book is written by the 'World's Foremost Authority on Physical Culture', but I am afraid to make such a categorical statement. After all, I have only been a student of body building and weight lifting for forty years. A lifetime is not long enough to learn all there is to know about this vital subject. So I shall merely say that the contents of this book represent what one man has learned through close association with the leading men of muscle, through practical, realistic shoulder-to-shoulder workouts in the world's leading training centres. The impractical methods have been weeded out, and this brief work gives you the gist of accepted practice of the present-day stars. I believe firmly that anyone who puts this information to practical use will be able to develop strong, shapely and perfectly muscled arms and shoulders. It may be of some small comfort to other muscleheads to know that the author is still as much in love with barbells and dumb-bells as he was forty years ago, and still uses them regularly and happily." - HARRY B. PASCHALL A must have in your physical culture library. Visit our website and see our many books at

Jesse And Bosco

Author: Irene Berman
Editor: Dorrance Publishing
ISBN: 1480948926
Size: 17,61 MB
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Jesse and Bosco By: Irene Bergmen, Illustrated by Patricia Bergmen When Jesse was four years old, he was in a bad accident—so bad that he lost the use of his legs. But when his parents get him a lovable puppy named Bosco, the two become inseparable for life. And through the strength and love he finds in Bosco, Jesse even walks again.

Five To Rule Them All

Author: David L. Bosco
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0195328760
Size: 13,68 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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From the Berlin Airlift to the Iraq War, the UN Security Council has stood at the heart of global politics. Part public theater, part smoke-filled backroom, the Council has enjoyed notable successes and suffered ignominious failures, but it has always provided a space for the five great powers to sit down together. Five to Rule Them All tells the inside story of this remarkable diplomatic creation. Drawing on extensive research, including dozens of interviews with serving and former ambassadors on the Council, the book chronicles political battles and personality clashes as it opens the closed doors of its meeting room. What emerges here is a revealing portrait of the most powerful diplomatic body in the world. When the five permanent members are united, David Bosco points out, the Council can wage war, impose blockades, redraw borders, unseat governments, and levy sanctions. There are almost no limits to its authority. Yet the Council exists in a world of realpolitik. Its members are, above all, powerful states with their own diverging interests. Time and again, the Council's performance has dashed the hope that its members would somehow work together to establish a more peaceful world. But if these lofty hopes have been unfulfilled, the Council has still served an invaluable purpose: to prevent conflict between the Great Powers. In this role, the Council has been an unheralded success. As Bosco reminds us, massacres in the Balkans and chaos in Iraq are human tragedies, but conflicts between the world's great powers in the nuclear age would be catastrophic. In this lively, fast-moving, and often humorous narrative, Bosco illuminates the role of the Security Council in the postwar world, making a compelling case for the enduring importance of the five who rule them all.

Rough Justice

Author: David Bosco
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199844135
Size: 15,14 MB
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The story of the movement to establish the International Criminal Court, its tumultuous first decade, and the challenges it will continue to face in the future.

The Making Of Anthropology In East And Southeast Asia

Author: Shinji Yamashita
Editor: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 1782381619
Size: 10,94 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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CHOICE OUTSTANDING BOOK OF THE YEAR 2005 Despite the growth of interest in the history of anthropology as a over the last two decades, surprisingly little has been published in English on the development of anthropology in East and Southeast Asia and its relationship to the rest of the academic "world-system." The anthropological experience in this region has been varied. Japanese anthropology developed early, and ranks second only to that of the United States in terms of size. Anthropology in China has finally recovered from the experience of invasion, war, and revolution, and now flourishes both on the mainland and in Taiwan. Scholars in Korea, Malaysia, and the Philippines have also attempted to break with the legacy of colonialism and develop research relevant to their own national needs. This book includes accounts of these developments by some of the most distinguished scholars in the region. Also discussed are issues of language, authorship, and audience; and the effects these have on writing by anthropologists, whether "native" or "foreign." The book will be invaluable to anyone with an interest in the anthropology of East and Southeast Asia or the development of anthropology as a global discipline.

Graham Greene S Catholic Imagination

Author: Mark Bosco
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198039358
Size: 15,77 MB
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Much has been written about Graham Greene's relationship to his Catholic faith and its privileged place within his texts. His early books are usually described as "Catholic Novels" - understood as a genre that not only uses Catholic belief to frame the issues of modernity, but also offers Catholicism's vision and doctrine as a remedy to the present crisis in Western civilization. Greene's later work, by contrast, is generally regarded as falling into political and detective genres. In this book, Mark Bosco argues that this is a false dichotomy created by a narrowly prescriptive understanding of the Catholic genre and obscures the impact of Greene's developing religious imagination on his literary art.

A Moonless Starless Sky

Author: Alexis Okeowo
Editor: Hachette Books
ISBN: 0316382914
Size: 13,76 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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"Absolutely essential reading, period."---Alexandra Fuller, bestselling author of Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight In the tradition of Behind the Beautiful Forevers, this is a masterful, humane work of literary journalism by New Yorker staff writer Alexis Okeowo--a vivid narrative of Africans who are courageously resisting their continent's wave of fundamentalism. In A Moonless, Starless Sky Okeowo weaves together four narratives that form a powerful tapestry of modern Africa: a young couple, kidnap victims of Joseph Kony's LRA; a Mauritanian waging a lonely campaign against modern-day slavery; a women's basketball team flourishing amid war-torn Somalia; and a vigilante who takes up arms against the extremist group Boko Haram. This debut book by one of America's most acclaimed young journalists illuminates the inner lives of ordinary people doing the extraordinary--lives that are too often hidden, underreported, or ignored by the rest of the world.