Looks Can Be Deceiving

Author: Jim Conners
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477103554
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Life is just time spent between bouts of self-pity and his next drink for Dirk Crandell, a salty small-town newspaper writer. Then an intriguing letter crosses his desk from a young woman in LA. What follows for Crandell is a life-changing series of twists and turns as the promise made to the young woman in the letter leads him into a web of conspiracy, deception, and deception. As he delves further into this small towns sinister series of events, some going back twenty years, he begins to unravel a cover-up of deadly proportions. Joining forces with his seductive managing editor, Kristen Harden, he discovers not only that Looks Can Be Deceiving but hazardous to your health as well.

I Don T Look Sick You Don T Look Stupid Looks Can Be Deceiving Epilepsy Awareness

Author: Olzo Publishing
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Want to personally keep track of your finances? Our ledger is perfect for you! It is designed to work well with different kinds of needs, whether you are home bookkeeping, an accounting student or a business owner. It is a three column ledger which will help you work more efficiently, smarter and better at the office, home or school since it is ideal for summarized record of transactions relating to a particular item or person. Whether for accounting, record keeping, and setting up computer spreadsheets, this simple tool will keep accurate, permanent bookkeeping records. Grab a copy and start tracking!

Ten Fables For Teaching English

Author: Ellen M. Balla
Editor: Good Year Books
ISBN: 9780673592392
Size: 15,96 MB
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Educational resource for teachers, parents and kids!

It Won T Always Be This Great

Author: Peter Mehlman
Editor: Bancroft Press
ISBN: 1610881354
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In the crushing complacency of suburbia, mid-life crises pop in unannounced on men’s lives. For one Long Island podiatrist, it takes an impromptu act of vandalism just to make him aware of his own being. Walking home in the sub-zero wind chill of a Friday night, he stumbles on a bottle of horseradish and mindlessly hurls it through the window of a popular store selling clothes to over-sexed tweens. This one tiny, out-of-character impulse turns his life upside-down, triggering waves of terrifying fear, crooked cops, and charges of anti-Semitism. The story is told by this same podiatrist, an endearingly wide-eyed and entirely nameless narrator, to what he regards as the perfect audience: a comatose college friend. Yet, our narrator’s most unique quality lies simply in his glowing love for his wife Alyse, the girl of his dreams whom he met in college and still can’t quite believe he managed to marry. She is the mother of his two children, Esme and Charlie, who are just starting to come into their own minds and experiencing their first encounters with prejudice. Prior to the bottle-throwing incident, our narrator had just enough going on in his own life to keep him interested. Now friends and neighbors push his intrigue-filled existence into wildly unpredictable places, especially nineteen year old Audra Uziel, a long-time patient who’s brilliant, rebellious, and sexy, with a taste for happily married men. And oh: Audra also happens to be the daughter of Nat Uziel, self-proclaimed community patriarch whose store window the infamous horseradish bottle demolished. Always on the lookout for anti-Semitism, Nat doesn’t know the true culprit but doesn’t let that stop him from loudly whipping his world into a frenzy, forcing our narrator into hiding in plain sight. Pushed to the edge by his own desires, despairs, and disappointments, our narrator is about to find out what it’s like to become a criminal, and what his crucifyingly dull neighborhood looks like in the midst of continuing controversy.

The Method

Author: Shannon Kirk
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 075156432X
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A gripping debut thriller that introduces a heroine like no other - perfect for fans of Michelle Frances's The Girlfriend and TM Logan's Lies. You're sixteen, you're pregnant and you've been kidnapped. If you're anyone else you give in, but if you're a manipulative prodigy you fight back in the only way you can. You use what you've been given against your captors. You have only one chance to save your life and that of your unborn child. You're calculating, methodical, and as your kidnappers are about to discover, they made a big mistake in abducting you. What happens when the victim is just as dangerous as the captors? If you like Michelle Frances, TM Logan, Patricia Gibney, Rachel Caine, John Marrs and Saskia Sarginson then you'll love this dark and gripping thriller. Praise for The Method: 'Disturbing, fresh, gripping and unforgettable' Heat 'Deft ... refreshing ... Shannon Kirk is a writer to watch' Stylist 'Completely original' Lisa Gardner 'A monster twist' Glamour 'The premise of this novel had me hooked as soon as I read it' Cara Mackenzie If anyone wants to know how to write a fantastic thriller, this book is it! I can't recommend this book enough!' SILVXR 'Shannon Kirk is now an author I'll be on the lookout for. A 100% recommended read' Lauren's Book Addiction 'It had me gripping on a little tighter to my blanket and keeping my light on full while I was reading' Angel Wings and Petticoats 'To sum up in a few words: buy this book' Hollie in Wanderlust 'I haven't read a book quite like The Method before and I really enjoyed the twist on the damsel-in-distress stories you usually get' Carole Heidi 'I absolutely loved this book. The story was brilliant, there was a real twist which made my jaw drop. The writing was really fresh and just grabs you right from the beginning. I cannot wait to read more by Shannon Kirk and I think we will be hearing big things from this author' Murder She Reviewed 'Fast paced, suspenseful, thought provoking, and at times brutal, plus a twist you will definitely not see coming is what makes this book a must read for 2017' Whispering Stories 'It's nail-biting, intense and has a shock or two in store for readers. I recommend The Method for readers who like to get inside the head of the person in the book. I have never felt so deeply ensconced in the psyche of a character' Book Magnet 'A riveting debut novel ... welcome to a thrilling new voice in crime fiction' Boston Globe 'A dark, literate page turner, utterly compelling. I read it in one sitting' Leonard Rosen, author of All Cry Chaos 'This exciting tale builds to a surprising climax' Publishers Weekly

Daily Encouragements With Purpose

Author: Dennis Berdecia
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1491744235
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Many Christians in today’s fast-paced world are unable to find the time to study the word of God; others read the word without gaining insight from it. This can be frustrating for Christians who are seeking a way to apply God’s holy word in their lives. In Daily Encouragements with Purpose, author Dennis Berdecia offers messages to be read daily, except for the day of worship. These devotionals help you apply biblical principles to contemporary life and provide guidance for living out the Christian faith. Addressing practical concerns that challenge Christians from all walks of life, the lessons help you reflect on God’s word and the meaning behind it for the day-to-day walk. Through scripture and prose, Daily Encouragements with Purpose strengthens and encourages Christians. It seeks to arouse the curiosity of those who are inspired by God’s word and to embolden them to reach out to God for more strength, just for today, giving comfort to believers in Christ.

Immaculate Deception

Author: Leighton Rockafellow
Editor: Wheatmark, Inc.
ISBN: 1604943424
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Attorney Larry Ross has made a name for himself by getting a not-guilty verdict in an impossible first-degree murder case and driving a major automobile manufacturer to its knees in the process. On the heels of his success, Larry and his new partner, Bill Wilson, find themselves embroiled in cases filled with mystery, intrigue, conflict, and deceit. Larry is working on a huge claim against another auto manufacturer. Matters grow complicated when his expert witness is murdered and a string of similar murders across the county is discovered. Lead homicide detective, Greg Kelly, is charged with the task of finding the killer and bringing the masterminds to justice. Meanwhile, Bill takes on the sheriff of Pima County in a "case that can't be won." Bill must prevail in the Supreme Court of Arizona before he can even go to trial. Can Bill and Larry overcome insurmountable odds to ensure that their grieving clients receive justice?

Karma Is God S Girlfriend

Author: Allan Williams
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1452004323
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God and his girlfriend Karma is not concerned about people's materialistic, superficial and worldly possessions. They are only concerned about your life, well being, and spiritual connection to God. God is aware of the desires of people's hearts and he will give the people that are close to him most of them as long as their desires don't take the attention from him. Keep in mind that attention equals worship. Whatever a person pays the most attention to that is what they are directly or indirectly worshiping. See God is a jealous creator because he knows that no person or thing can love a person more than him. God doesn't want anyone or anything in existence to take up more space in a person's mind except him. That includes a person's job, boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, wife, children, luxurious house, new car, money, clothes, image or looks. This book is a 93% collection of modern day proverbs, wise quotes and sayings created by the spirit of discernment a.k.a Allan Williams. This book is designed to make people laugh, think, worship and discuss meaningful issues in life that most people will never and have never thought or talked about. This book is not meant to offend anyone but if the shoe fits then why not wear it? Nobody on this planet is perfect. Life is a growing process but unfortunately most people stop their own growth by thinking they know everything or too scared to confront or admit to their sins. However the Holy Bible says in James 5:16 - Therefore, confess your sins to one another, and pray for one another so that you may be healed.

Intrigue Capitalism Love

Author: Oliver J. DeSofi
Editor: Dorrance Publishing
ISBN: 1434962601
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Constructing The Coens

Author: Allen Redmon
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442244852
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The films of Ethan and Joel Coen have been embraced by mainstream audiences, but also have been subject to intense scrutiny by critics and cinema scholars. Movies such as Barton Fink, The Hudsucker Proxy, and Raising Arizona represent the filmmakers’ postmodern tendencies, a subject many academics have written about at length. But is it enough to reduce their features as expressions of postmodernism or are there other ways of viewing their work—not only their individual films but their entire output as a collective whole? In Constructing the Coens: From Blood Simple to Inside Llewyn Davis, Allen H. Redmon looks beyond the postmodern sensibilities of every film written and directed by the Coens to find an unexpected range of recurring ideas expressed in and about contemporary film. In this volume, Redmon tackles all of the films in the Coen brothers’ canon by examining—among other topics—narrative coherence in The Man Who Wasn’t There, intertextuality in No Country for Old Men, and sexuality in Burn after Reading and O Brother, Where Art Thou? Additional chapters look at their films through the prisms of gender studies, adaptation studies, and a constructivist sensibility weaved throughout their work. Considering the whole of the Coens’ output, as well as many of the topics being discussed in contemporary film studies, this book challenges viewers to reexamine their initial responses to these movies. By engaging both the familiar and foreign elements in each film, Constructing the Coens will appeal to fans of the brothers’ cinema, but also to students and scholars of film theory, adaptation studies, queer theory, and gender studies.