The Darkness Of Evil

Author: Alan Jacobson
Editor: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1504041704
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FBI profiler Karen Vail is on the hunt for an escaped serial killer in the latest jaw-dropping thriller from USA Today–bestselling author Alan Jacobson. Jasmine Marcks was a teenager when she discovered her father was a killer. First, there was the strip of bloody duct tape; then, the bloodstain on his shirt; and finally, the long nights away from home that always coincided with gruesome deaths. Roscoe Lee Marcks killed fourteen people before he was finally put behind bars. But as renowned FBI agent Karen Vail soon learns, Marcks’s reign of terror isn’t over yet. After writing a book about growing up as the child of a serial killer, Jasmine receives a letter—a single sheet of paper mailed from the maximum-security prison Marcks now calls home. The page hides a threatening message from a father who wants vengeance against the daughter who turned him in to the police. So when Marcks breaks out of prison, Agent Vail calls on a legendary retired profiler to help her find the escaped convict—and keep him from making Jasmine his fifteenth victim. Alan Jacobson created Karen Vail—one of the most compelling heroes in suspense fiction, earning acclaim from James Patterson, Nelson DeMille, and Michael Connelly—after seven years of working with two senior profilers at the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s legendary Behavioral Analysis Unit. Over the years, Vail has tangled with the worst serial killers America has to offer. But none compares to Roscoe Lee Marcks.

The Darkness Of Evil

Author: Alan Jacobson
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ISBN: 9780983626053
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From The Darkness Of Evil Into God S Light

Author: Ken Warzyniak
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ISBN: 9781634913799
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As a rookie Baltimore City police officer, Ken Warzyniak never anticipated his first night on the job would come so close to being his last. In his memoir, he offers an inside look at the perils and policies of one of the most dangerous cities in the US. Between the hazards of working as a police officer and the suffering of great personal loss, his vast life experience offers unique insight and hope in a dark world...

Tales Of Darkness

Author: Robert Ellwood
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 0826436617
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Explores the causes of evil in myth, encompassing themes such as defilement, the figure of the trickster, evil people both within and outside the society, and traumatic initiations.

Penetrating The Darkness

Author: Jack Hayford
Editor: Chosen Books
ISBN: 1441214798
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Evidence that evil is flourishing faces Christians every day, leaving many feeling hopeless and helpless. What they don't realize, says esteemed pastor Jack Hayford, is the power that is theirs through the cross. Instead, they labor under the misconception that spiritual warfare occurred only during biblical times. But it is right here, right now, says Pastor Jack. And for the first time he lays out the strategies he's learned for engaging and defeating evil--through prayer. With clarity and passion, he shows readers how to • develop powerful devotional habits • engage in intercession • plead the blood of Christ • understand the correct use of binding and loosing • confront evil • learn why some prayers don't succeed • and much more When believers embrace the cross's power, they will stand up in hope and light against the evil of this world, penetrating even the deepest places where the enemy's darkness dwells.

People Who Eat Darkness

Author: Richard Lloyd Parry
Editor: FSG Originals
ISBN: 1466820020
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Lucie Blackman—tall, blond, twenty-one years old—stepped out into the vastness of Tokyo in the summer of 2000, and disappeared forever. The following winter, her dismembered remains were found buried in a seaside cave. Richard Lloyd Parry, an award-winning foreign correspondent, covered Lucie's disappearance and followed the massive search for her, the long investigation, and the even longer trial. Over ten years, he earned the trust of her family and friends, won unique access to the Japanese detectives and Japan's convoluted legal system, and delved deep into the mind of the man accused of the crime, Joji Obara, described by the judge as "unprecedented and extremely evil." The result is a book at once thrilling and revelatory, "In Cold Blood for our times" (Chris Cleave, author of Incendiary and Little Bee). The People Who Eat Darkness is one of Publishers Weekly's Top 10 Best Books of 2012

Wandering In Darkness

Author: Eleonore Stump
Editor: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191056316
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Only the most naïve or tendentious among us would deny the extent and intensity of suffering in the world. Can one hold, consistently with the common view of suffering in the world, that there is an omniscient, omnipotent, perfectly good God? This book argues that one can. Wandering in Darkness first presents the moral psychology and value theory within which one typical traditional theodicy, namely, that of Thomas Aquinas, is embedded. It explicates Aquinas's account of the good for human beings, including the nature of love and union among persons. Eleonore Stump also makes use of developments in neurobiology and developmental psychology to illuminate the nature of such union. Stump then turns to an examination of narratives. In a methodological section focused on epistemological issues, the book uses recent research involving autism spectrum disorder to argue that some philosophical problems are best considered in the context of narratives. Using the methodology argued for, the book gives detailed, innovative exegeses of the stories of Job, Samson, Abraham and Isaac, and Mary of Bethany. In the context of these stories and against the backdrop of Aquinas's other views, Stump presents Aquinas's own theodicy, and shows that Aquinas's theodicy gives a powerful explanation for God's allowing suffering. She concludes by arguing that this explanation constitutes a consistent and cogent defense for the problem of suffering.

Mistress Of All Evil

Author: Serena Valentino
Editor: Disney Electronic Content
ISBN: 1368012493
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The tale is told as if it's happening once upon a dream: the lovely maiden meets her handsome prince in the woods. The story has been told many times and in many ways. But always the maiden finds out that she is a princess—a princess who has been cursed by a dark fairy to prick her finger on a spindle and fall into an eternal sleep. Though her three good fairies try to protect her, the princess succumbs to the curse. But the power of good endures, as her true love defeats the fire-breathing dragon and awakens the princess with true love's first kiss. The two live happily ever after. And yet this is only half the story. So what of the dark fairy, Maleficent? Why does she curse the innocent princess? What led to her becoming so filled with malice, anger, and hatred? Many tales have tried to explain her motives. Here is one account, pulled down from the many passed down through the ages. It is a tale of love and betrayal, of magic and reveries. It is a tale of the Mistress of All Evil.

The Darkness Within Free Sampler

Author: Lisa Stone
Editor: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0008259909
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A gripping new crime novel from the global bestseller Cathy Glass writing as Lisa Stone ‘The Darkness Within hooked me from the start. Once you start you won't be able to stop!’ Katerina Diamond, No.1 bestselling author of The Teacher

Exposing The Evil Deeds Of Darkness

Author: Feumba Samen
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ISBN: 9781533306845
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Exposing the Evil Deeds of Darkness explores an area of missions long underreported and overlooked--witchcraft and its pervasive influence on Christianity in Africa. Whereas missionaries may have been aware of its existence, they were unprepared by their training to deal with it. Thus witchcraft was relegated to the category of superstition. This allowed the evil practices to freely penetrate Christian lives, weakening their testimony and keeping them from a true awareness of God's rich promises to His children. This book not only provides the history of witchcraft since Christianity was introduced into Africa, it reveals a rich biblical approach on how Christians can be taught to withstand the diabolical influences which surround them daily. Samen's prayer is that this book will educate and inspire changes in how much of African Christianity is perceived and practiced.