A Deniable Death

Author: Gerald Seymour
Editor: Macmillan
ISBN: 125001879X
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A page-turning thriller of life and death in the moral maze of the post-9/11 world from the international bestselling author and "best spy novelist ever" (Philadelphia Inquirer) The rules are simple. Break up your shape. Hide your smell. Never show your silhouette. Check the surfaces of your kit. Space the movements of your team. Use the shadows. Danny "Badger" Baxter has a talent for surveillance. He's always followed the rules. Until now, they've kept him alive. But now Badger has a bigger job than photographing dissident Northern Irish Republicans in muddy Ulster fields, or Islamic extremists on rainswept Yorkshire moors. MI6 have a plan to assassinate the Engineer—a brilliant maker of Improvised Explosive Devices, the roadside bombs which account for 80% of Allied casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan. The spooks know he's planning to leave his home in Iran. They just need to find out when and where he's traveling. So Badger finds himself on the wrong side of the Iranian border, burdened with a partner he loathes, lying under a merciless sun in a mosquito-infested marsh, observing the house. If things go wrong, as far as Her Majesty's Government is concerned, his part in the plot is completely deniable. With A Deniable Death, Gerald Seymour expertly explores the moral compromises of the secret world upon which we rely for our everyday security - and the amazing reserves of courage which ordinary people can find in extraordinary circumstances. A Washington Post Notable Fiction Book of 2013

A Deniable Man

Author: Sol Stein
Editor: Untreed Reads
ISBN: 1611877423
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Susan Whitcomb, a brilliant New York trial lawyer, has learned her craft from the best in the field—Professor Farlan Amory Adams, her Columbia law teacher, millionaire mentor, and eloquent would-be lover. She needs every shred of the rigorous mental training he has given her when, without warning, she is catapulted into the vicious world of international terrorism. Susan’s well-ordered Manhattan life comes to a sudden end with the news that her father, an army general based in Rome, has been assassinated. When she, too, becomes a target of the terrorists, a mysterious, driven young man called David Smith presents himself to her in Rome and tells her he has been assigned to protect her from the dangers that will follow her back to America. And this is only the beginning…. As the story develops, Susan becomes a pawn in a deadly game of escalating complexity, brutality, and suspense in which life, love, and loyalty all hang in the balance. The millions of readers who were riveted by Sol Stein’s previous best-sellers, The Magician and The Touch of Treason, will recognize the hand of a master storyteller in this psychologically dense and driving thriller. Not for nothing did the New York Times write of his work: “If you read a Sol Stein novel while walking, you will walk into a wall.”

Jerusalem Or Death

Author: Samuel M. Katz
Editor: Twenty-First Century Books
ISBN: 9780822540335
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Surveys historical and current events in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, within the disputed areas and beyond, including the origins, goals, and activities of the major movements and groups.

The Economist

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Love Lies And Bleeding

Author: Ralph Robb
Editor: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 148349165X
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Justine Manley is forced to resign from the Ontario Provincial Police. Due to her skills, she is soon recruited by the Canadian Secret Intelligence Service as a “deniable” operative. Her assignment: find the man accused of abducting Somalian woman Fozia Yahye. Justine’s mission takes her to London where she encounters several dangerous characters but also a bit of help. She enlists the aid of debt collectors Pinkie and Roy to help her solve Fozia’s disappearance while stopping a group of human traffickers known as “The Falcon.” As Justine encounters friendship, deception, and violence, she follows clues that lead her to armed robbers, psychopaths, mercenaries, and double-crossers. Soon, Justine comes to realize she is not the only one looking for the notorious Falcon. She battles against a group of professional killers who seem to be one step ahead of her and hell-bent on eradicating anyone connected with the Falcon.

Hospice

Author: Parker Rossman
Editor: Fawcett Books
ISBN: 9780449900130
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Focuses on implementation of the hospice concept in New Haven, Connecticut, and in other places in the United States and Britain to illuminate the advantages of a new humane approach to care of the terminally ill

Death Dealers

Author: Don Pendleton
Editor: Gold Eagle
ISBN: 1460343883
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STONY MAN They're the world's best military warriors and cyber specialists, and they belong to a top secret black ops group that answers to the President of the United States. The Stony Man team is dedicated to striking down terrorism wherever it may be, even if it means paying the ultimate price. DEATH MARKET Terrorists from around the world have gathered in Hawaii to bid on stolen missiles. Whoever wins will have a weapon powerful enough to destroy an aircraft carrier with a single shot. With the clock ticking, Able Team goes undercover to stop the auction and take down the arms dealer who set up the buy. Meanwhile, Phoenix Force is on the hunt to retrieve the missiles and do whatever is necessary to eliminate the shadowy group behind the theft.

Diplomacy Of Conscience

Author: Ann Marie Clark
Editor: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9781400824229
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A small group founded Amnesty International in 1961 to translate human rights principles into action. Diplomacy of Conscience provides a rich account of how the organization pioneered a combination of popular pressure and expert knowledge to advance global human rights. To an extent unmatched by predecessors and copied by successors, Amnesty International has employed worldwide publicity campaigns based on fact-finding and moral pressure to urge governments to improve human rights practices. Less well known is Amnesty International's significant impact on international law. It has helped forge the international community's repertoire of official responses to the most severe human rights violations, supplementing moral concern with expertise and conceptual vision. Diplomacy of Conscience traces Amnesty International's efforts to strengthen both popular human rights awareness and international law against torture, disappearances, and political killings. Drawing on primary interviews and archival research, Ann Marie Clark posits that Amnesty International's strenuously cultivated objectivity gave the group political independence and allowed it to be critical of all governments violating human rights. Its capacity to investigate abuses and interpret them according to international standards helped it foster consistency and coherence in new human rights law. Generalizing from this study, Clark builds a theory of the autonomous role of nongovernmental actors in the emergence of international norms pitting moral imperatives against state sovereignty. Her work is of substantial historical and theoretical relevance to those interested in how norms take shape in international society, as well as anyone studying the increasing visibility of nongovernmental organizations on the international scene.

The Anti Slavery Reporter And Aborigines Friend

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Vols. 3-8, 3d ser., include the 16th-21st annual reports of the British and foreign anti-slavery society. The 22d-24th annual reports are appended to v. 9-11, 3d ser. Series 4 contains annual reports of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Series 5 contains annual reports of the Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society.

Operative 66

Author: ANDY. MCDERMOTT
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ISBN: 9781472263773
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Former special ops soldier Alex Reeve is OPERATIVE 66. One of the UK's deadliest weapons, he is part of secretive C6 - an elite and covert security service with a remit to neutralise the country's most dangerous enemies. But now Reeve is in the firing line. Framed as a traitor, Reeve is forced to flee as C6 agents are instructed to eliminate the 'rogue asset' at any cost. Reeve must survive, alone and under the radar, with the full power of the state arrayed against him. He doesn't know why he's a target. Or who betrayed him. But if one man has the skills necessary to uncover the truth...it is Operative 66. From the international bestseller comes an explosive and action-packed new thriller - the perfect pulse-racing read for fans of LEE CHILD, DAVID BALDACCI, ROBERT LUDLUM and GREGG HUWITZ.