Heart Strike

Heart Strike Author M. L. Buchman
ISBN-10 9781492619260
Release 2016-08-02
Pages 384
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DELTA FORCE: The deadliest elite counter-terrorism unit on the planet • A precision strike force • The most out-of-the-box thinkers in any military • Will die to get the mission done SERGEANT RICHIE "Q" GOLDMAN: The smartest soldier on any team SERGEANT MELISSA "THE CAT" MOORE: Newest on the team, determined to be the best Rescued from an icy mountaintop by a Delta operative, Melissa Moore has never met a challenge she can't conquer. Not only she will make Delta Force, she will be the best female warrior in The Unit, and woe to anyone who says otherwise. Technical wizard Richie Goldman is Bond's "Q" turned warrior. A genius about everything except women, he takes point on the team's most dangerous mission yet. When the Delta Force team goes undercover in the depths of the Colombian jungle, surviving attacks from every side requires that Richie and Melissa strike right at the heart of the matter...and come out with their own hearts intact. "Action-packed mission scenes and passionate love story between the phenomenal lead characters, with romance equally as breathtaking as the action." -RT Book Reviews for Target Engaged, 4 1⁄2 stars



STRIKE AT THE HEART

STRIKE AT THE HEART Author L. W. Berrie
ISBN-10 9781477281772
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 218
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STRIKE AT THE HEART Colonel John Harris, U.S. Army Special Forces, goes back in time to retrieve his lost men. But something is blocking their way from leaving. Some blame the ghost of Harris’s adversary, Mhalglami, and some blame the land gone wild. Harris is afraid that this time they may bring back more than they bargained for. Usa, both Teri and Masai, longs for a world where her mixed heritage does not matter. Although promised to N’Grundbligimi since childhood, their marriage is opposed by powerful forces from both within and outside the tribe. She wants to pursue her dreams. But will she fi nd such a place?



The Heart of Revolution

The Heart of Revolution Author Kathy Cantley Ackerman
ISBN-10 1572332433
Release 2004
Pages 237
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The Heart of Revolution The Radical Life and Novels of Olive Dargan Kathy Cantley Ackerman Despite the timeless themes of Olive Tilford Dargan's work and the acclaim she earned with her novels Call Home the Heart (1932) and A Stone Came Rolling (1935), the author, who published her best-known works under the pseudonym Fielding Burke, has been largely forgotten by the American literary establishment. In this first book-length study of Dargan's life and work, Kathy Cantley Ackerman poses these questions: Why did Dargan's proletarian and feminist writings fall out of public favor when the literary climate changed in the 1940s, and what are the issues raised in and by her work that today's readers should reconsider? The Heart of Revolution combines biography and history with a critical reading of Dargan's work. Ackerman pays close attention to the proletarian, feminist, and racial issues in the novels; she then examines the ways these issues intersect in the southern Appalachian and Piedmont regions. Dargan's aesthetic, articulated in her depiction of the southern textile mill strikes of 1929 and the early 1930s, defies the party line of the period that privileged the struggle of white working men over the concerns of women and minorities. Unlike her male--and many of her female--counterparts in the proletarian movement, Dargan envisions a world in which romantic love can coexist with the fight for socioeconomic revolution, a world in which the activist does not have to surrender her individuality. Through strong female characters, she reconstructs the paternalistic, capitalistic marriage-and-mother myth, replacing it with a model based on egalitarian principles--an ideology that has only gained relevance over time. Ackerman's exploration of class, race, and gender in Dargan's novels individually and her consideration of Dargan's work as a whole reveal the complicated reasons for the novelist's neglect and present a compelling argument for reevaluation of her fiction.



Taking History to Heart

Taking History to Heart Author James R. Green
ISBN-10 1558492429
Release 2000
Pages 340
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Blending autobiography and history, James Green reflects on 30 years as an activist, educator and historian. He recounts how he became immersed in political process and in recovering and preserving the history of progressive social movements, demonstrating how the two are linked.



Castles of the Heart

Castles of the Heart Author Susan Hickenlooper
ISBN-10 9780595336357
Release 2004-11
Pages 240
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Maxine Noe is a precocious child with a vivid imagination and a decided flair for the dramatic. They are traits that serve the young vagabond well, moving about as she does with her single mother during the 1920s. When her mother lands a job, in 1930, as a cook in a miners' hotel in a small, company owned mining camp, ten-year-old Maxine finds both the security she craves and the perfect backdrop for more adventure. Tucked away in Utah's "Castle Country"-so named because of the area's castle-like rock formations-the little town of Kenilworth was given its name by an early immigrant miner who saw in its rugged, towering outcrops the old and crumbling castle Kenilworth in his native England. The town's colorful history, magical setting, and diverse residents provide a rich environment for a young girl coming of age, and color as well the challenges, sorrows, and triumphs that shape the little town's life. This is a true story of hardship, tragedy, and love. The events of Maxine's young life portray both the fragility and tenacity of family; and the castle hills that shelter her nourish her dreams and steel her character for the challenges she will surely meet beyond their rugged walls.



A Dictionary of the English Language

A Dictionary of the English Language Author Samuel Johnson
ISBN-10 ONB:+Z178872804
Release 1818
Pages
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A Dictionary of the English Language has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from A Dictionary of the English Language also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full A Dictionary of the English Language book for free.



Still My Heart

Still My Heart Author J. M. Vasques
ISBN-10 9780557104697
Release 2010-04-10
Pages 309
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TRAVEL THROUGH TIME WITH SEVENTEEN STORIES OF LOVE, LONGING AND LOSS. MEET MYSTERIOUS STRANGERS, MERMAIDS, GHOSTS, A HANDSOME PANZERGRENADIER AND A HOST OF OTHER UNFORGETABLE CHARACTERS. COMBINES CONTENTS OF WHAT WAS PREVIOUSLY A TWO VOLUMN SET, INCLUDING "DER COWBOY", "ONLY THE LONELY OCEAN", "EXOTHERMIC REACTION", "THE TRAMP", "KING OF SHREDS AND PATCHES" AND AN EERIE TALE OF MLK'S ASSASSINATION, "A MOMENT IN MEMPHIS".



Johnson s English Dictionary

Johnson s English Dictionary    Author Samuel Johnson
ISBN-10 HARVARD:HX5GBD
Release 1859
Pages 1156
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Johnson s English Dictionary has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Johnson s English Dictionary also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Johnson s English Dictionary book for free.



Fatal Strike

Fatal Strike Author Shannon McKenna
ISBN-10 9781420135138
Release 2014-04-29
Pages 448
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"Edgy, erotic, and breathtaking." --Maya Banks, New York Times bestselling author Man On A Mission When Lara Kirk was abducted months ago, Miles Davenport vowed he'd bring her home. But the mission failed. Now, finding her after all this time will be next to impossible. . . Lara Kirk lives in a shadowy world where reality and fantasy are blurred. Enslaved by her captors, Lara has formed a deep attachment to a man she's not even sure is real--until the six-foot-five-inch powerhouse bursts in to rescue her. . . Once freed, Lara has no choice but to trust Miles with her life as they run from enemies too twisted to imagine. But they're also fighting a dangerous attraction that could kill--or save--them both. Either way, it's going to be a hell of a ride. . . Praise for the Novels of Shannon McKenna. . . "McKenna tantalizes the reader." --Publishers Weekly "McKenna blasts readers with a highly charged, action-adventure romance." --Booklist "An erotic romance in a suspense vehicle on overdrive. . .sizzles!" --RT Book Reviews



Still My Heart short stories for long evenings

Still My Heart  short stories for long evenings Author
ISBN-10 9785800033113
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Every man s ready companion

Every man s ready companion Author Benjamin Jenks
ISBN-10 OXFORD:600101689
Release 1757
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The Ransomed Heart

The Ransomed Heart Author John Eldredge
ISBN-10 9781418578824
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Language of the Heart

Language of the Heart Author Carolyn Pogue
ISBN-10 1896836178
Release 1998-01
Pages 192
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Funeral or memorial ceremonies are important in meeting the social and emotional needs of survivors. They can be important rituals to help us acknowledge a death. Ceremonies can help people express pain. Rituals can help us remember. Ceremonies can help people heal. In Language of the Heart, author Carolyn Pogue offers stories and resources for creating meaningful and healing ceremonies. The book answers the questions many of us have about financial and legal matters, living wills and ethical wills, organ donation, and what to expect at a funeral home. It also contains sample memorial ceremony outlines, prayers, and suggested scripture readings. Includes unique resources for situations when there has been a death of a child, when the relationship was unloving, when the death was a suicide.



Strike to the Heart Champion Hearts

Strike to the Heart   Champion Hearts Author Malia Mallory
ISBN-10 1506142885
Release 2015-01-07
Pages 170
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Tonight wasn't about love, it was about greedy desire. When tennis star Jo Parker-Barrow meets Zane Ryan at a US Open party, she has no idea who he is. She just knows he's handsome and sexy. Throwing her usual caution to the wind, Jo allows herself one hot night with a stranger. But Zane doesn't want to remain a stranger. He pursues Jo until she can't say no, but neither can she say yes. She's had her fill of men who take risks for a living, and Zane is a mixed martial arts fighter at the top of his sport. Can Jo love not only the man but the fighter as well?



The Heart of Valor

The Heart of Valor Author Tanya Huff
ISBN-10 1440637245
Release 2008-06-03
Pages 432
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The third installment in Tanya Huff's action-packed military sci-fi adventure Confederation series Gunnery Sergeant Torin Kerr was a Confederation Marine’s marine. She’d survived more deadly encounters—and kept more of her officers and enlisteds alive—than anyone in the Corps, and she was determined to keep the record intact. But since her last mission, she’d been sidelined into endless briefings and debriefings with no end in sight. So, of course, she’d jumped at the chance to go to the Crucible—the Marine Corps training planet—as temporary aide to Major Svensson. The major had been reduced to little more than a brain and spinal cord in his last combat, and he and his doctor were anxious to field test his newly re-grown body. It should have been an easy twenty-day run. After all, Crucible was only set up to simulate battle situations so recruits could be trained safely. But they were barely on-planet when someone started blasting the training scenarios to smithereens. And suddenly Kerr found herself not only responsible for the major and his doctor, but caught in a desperate fight to keep a platoon of Marine recruits alive until someone discovered what was happening on Crucible....



An American Selection of Lessons in Reading and Speaking

An American Selection of Lessons in Reading and Speaking Author Noah Webster
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433082526454
Release 1809
Pages 226
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Shakespeare the Actor and the Purposes of Playing

Shakespeare the Actor and the Purposes of Playing Author Meredith Anne Skura
ISBN-10 0226761800
Release 1994-01-01
Pages 325
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For the Renaissance, all the world may have been a stage and all its people players, but Shakespeare was also an actor on the literal stage. Meredith Anne Skura asks what it meant to be an actor in Shakespeare's England and shows why a knowledge of actual theatrical practices is essential for understanding both Shakespeare's plays and the theatricality of everyday life in early modern England. Despite the obvious differences between our theater and Shakespeare's, sixteenth-century testimony suggests that the experience of acting has not changed much over the centuries. Beginning with a psychoanalytically informed account of acting today, Skura shows how this intense and ambivalent experience appears not only in literal references to acting in Shakespearean drama but also in recurring narrative concerns, details of language, and dramatic strategies used to engage the audience. Looking at the plays in the context of both public and private worlds outside the theater, Skura rereads the canon to identify new configurations in the plays and new ways of understanding theatrical self-consciousness in Renaissance England. Rich in theatrical, psychoanalytic, biographical, and historical insight, this book will be invaluable to students of Shakespeare and instructive to all readers interested in the dynamics of performance.