Courting Danger Mills Boon Romance Legal Weapons Book 1

Author: Carol Stephenson
Editor: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 1408981300
Size: 12,59 MB
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Criminal defense attorney Katherine Rochelle is back in the saddle, so to speak.

Courting Danger With Mr Dyer

Author: Georgie Lee
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488021740
Size: 12,53 MB
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A stolen kiss from a spy! Working undercover for the government, Bartholomew Dyer must expose a nefarious plot to make Napoleon the ruler of England! He needs access to the highest echelons of Society to find those involved, so he's forced to enlist the help of the woman who jilted him five years ago—Moira, Lady Rexford. Moira's widowed yet still as captivating as ever, and Bart's determined not to succumb to her charms a second time. But, as they race against time, Bart suspects it's not their lives at greatest risk—it's their hearts…

The National Interest On International Law And Order

Author: R. James Woolsey
Editor: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9781412837910
Size: 17,14 MB
Format: PDF
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This work covers 24 articles on international law and the nature of the global order, which were originally published in 'The National Interest', a journal of international affairs. It covers the role that international law should play in the formulationof policy.

Shari Ah Law

Author: Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1780740379
Size: 11,24 MB
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A world expert's introduction to the controversial subject of Islamic law Providing a comprehensive and accessible examination of Shari’ah Law, this well considered introduction examines the sources, characteristic features, and schools of thought of a system often stereotyped for its severity in the West. In a progressive and graduated fashion, Mohammad Hashim Kamali discusses topics ranging from juristic disagreement to independent reasoning. Also broaching more advanced topics such as the principle of legality and the role and place of Shari’ah-oriented policy, Kamali controversially questions whether Islam is as much of a law-based religion as it has often been made out to be. Complete with a bibliography and glossary, and both a general index and an index of Arabic quotations, this wide-ranging exploration will prove an indispensable resource for Islamic students and scholars, and an informative guide to a complex topic for the general reader.

Digest Of International Law

Author: Green Haywood Hackworth
Size: 14,63 MB
Format: PDF
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The Private Investigator S Handbook

Author: Chuck Chambers
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 9780399531699
Size: 19,93 MB
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Drawing on his more than two decades of experiences, a private detective shares insider advice on how to catch a cheating spouse, uncover hidden assets and monetary fraud, use the Internet to gain information, trail a subject, protect one's privacy, uncover and preserve legal evidence, and more. Original.

Reports Of Cases At Law And In Chancery Argued And Determined In The Supreme Court Of Illinois

Author: Illinois. Supreme Court
Size: 15,62 MB
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Wyatt Earp A Vigilante Life

Author: Andrew C. Isenberg
Editor: Hill and Wang
ISBN: 1429945478
Size: 16,18 MB
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Finalist for the 2014 Weber-Clements Book Prize for the Best Non-fiction Book on Southwestern America In popular culture, Wyatt Earp is the hero of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona, and a beacon of rough cowboy justice in the tumultuous American West. The subject of dozens of films, he has been invoked in battles against organized crime (in the 1930s), communism (in the 1950s), and al-Qaeda (after 2001). Yet as the historian Andrew C. Isenberg reveals in Wyatt Earp: A Vigilante Life, the Hollywood Earp is largely a fiction—one created by none other than Earp himself. The lawman played on-screen by Henry Fonda and Burt Lancaster is stubbornly duty-bound; in actuality, Earp led a life of impulsive lawbreaking and shifting identities. When he wasn't wearing a badge, he was variously a thief, a brothel bouncer, a gambler, and a confidence man. As Isenberg writes, "He donned and shucked off roles readily, whipsawing between lawman and lawbreaker, and pursued his changing ambitions recklessly, with little thought to the cost to himself, and still less thought to the cost, even the deadly cost, to others." By 1900, Earp's misdeeds had caught up with him: his involvement as a referee in a fixed heavyweight prizefight brought him national notoriety as a scoundrel. Stung by the press, Earp set out to rebuild his reputation. He spent his last decades in Los Angeles, where he befriended Western silent film actors and directors. Having tried and failed over the course of his life to invent a better future for himself, in the end he invented a better past. Isenberg argues that even though Earp, who died in 1929, did not live to see it, Hollywood's embrace of him as a paragon of law and order was his greatest confidence game of all. A searching account of the man and his enduring legend, and a book about our national fascination with extrajudicial violence, Wyatt Earp: A Vigilante Life is a resounding biography of a singular American figure.