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Rules of Conflict

by Kristine Smith

Anarchy Rules For eighteen years, Captain Jani Kilian has been hiding from her bloody past. Now she faces trial for what she once did, what she knows now, and what she has become. Eighteen years ago, she was saved by a radical -- and illegal -- medical procedure that added alien genetic material to her own. But her hybrid body is breaking down. And so is everything else. Relations between the human and alien "idomeni" races are deteriorating as rapidly as Jani Kilian's augmentation. And Jani's reemergence has caused old wounds to reopen and new wounds to form. Perhaps it's time for a damaged soldier to stop fighting; to let the desperate architects of a vast and devouring conspiracy keep the truth well hidden; to let the universe and everyone in it go straight to Hell. Perhaps not...

Rules of Deception (Jonathan Ransom #1)

by Christopher Reich

August 2008 Buzz Book Doctor Jonathan Ransom thought he knew everything about his wife Emma until she was killed in a tragic skiing accident in the Swiss Alps. They had been married for eight years, eight blissful years in which they had travelled the world together. But the day after her death a mysterious letter addressed to her arrives at their hotel. When he opens it, his beliefs begin to unravel -- fast. . In the envelope is a railway baggage check to a suitcase that reveals an Emma far removed from the down-to-earth nurse who has been his constant and loyal companion all those years. In it he discovers the clues to a double life. Was she having an affair? When is your wife not your wife? And when she is not your wife, who is she? The answers begin right outside the train station where two policeman are waiting - to kill him. There are more answers as Jonathan escapes and the action sweeps him through Switzerland on a quest to discover the truth abut Emma. He is pursued by ruthless killers, entangled in an international conspiracy that touches all the world's Security Services and which will end in a denouement which is as breathtaking as it is totally unexpected.

The Rules of Engagement

by Ally Blake

For Better, For Worse, For Ever?The first look, the first touch, the first kiss... Is there anything better than the beginning of a new relationship? Not for Caitlyn March-self-confessed relationship junkie. Now she's sworn off "forever" for good. Three broken engagements make it clear that she-and her fickle heart-are not to be trusted....Enter Dax Bainbridge-the most deliciously handsome man she has ever met! He's a man with enough oomph to make her forget her vows to steer clear of romance, but luckily his rules of engagement are simple. There's no ring on offer-all he's interested in is one unbelievably hot fling....

The Rules of Engagement

by Anita Brookner

They shared the same Christian name and they started school together on the same day. One girl stayed as plain Elizabeth, while it was decreed that the other would be Betsy. Naturally, they became friends of a sort. Many years later they still meet - different lives and loves, different choices have marked them. Elizabeth is safely married to a man many years her senior, whilst Betsy has allied herself with someone she barely knows. Yet the consequences of those choices, spelled out so long ago, have still to haunt them.

Rules of Engagement

by Kathryn Caskie

From Golden Heart winner Kathryn Caskie comes a delightfully hilarious tale that tests the old adage "All is far in love as in war." When two elderly aunts mistake a military strategy text, Rules of Engagement, for a how-to manual for getting engaged, London's ballrooms become battlefields in a war of wits when their headstrong niece snares a Scottish earl in need of a fast fortune.

Rules of Engagement

by Jamie Denton

Jill Cassidy knows all about rules. She's an attorney. Rules are her business. But when she approaches a sexy stranger and asks him to pretend to be her fiancé, she finds herself with a new set to learn--Rules of Engagement. As far as Morgan Price is concerned, the only rule he plans to adhere to is keeping his heart safe from the sweet, sassy lawyer. Little does he know that Jill has every intention of bending that rule to the breaking point.

Rules of Engagement

by Christina Dodd

The Rules of Engagement: Choose a bride from this year's debutantes. Decide on a proper settlement. Send an announcement to The Times. Inform the bride of her good fortune. Rules of Respectability Devon Mathewes, earl of Kerrich, has a plan that is sure to restore him to the Queen's favor.First, he must hire a sensible, unattractive governess. Next, he will see to adopting a properly grateful orphan, which will surely lend him a patina of respectability. Finally, he must obtain a guarantee that his orphan and the governess will better his character and reputation without unduly disturbing his life--love life or otherwise. Rules of Passion As a condition of accepting the governess position, Miss Pamela Lockhart of the Distinguished Academy of Governesses has a few rules of her own. Devon at all times must behave with propriety, an unlikely accomplishment that would delight the ton and completely astonish Pamela herself. She must be allowed to choose a suitable orphan at her own discretion. Most important, Devon must vow to neverever delve into Pamela's background, or her appearance, lest he discover the truth behind the deepest secrets of her heart. But of course, all rules are made to be broken . . . Rules of Engagement

Rules of Engagement

by Lis Harris

A look at contemporary marriage analyzes the institution through four couples--an upper-class couple married in the 1950s; a blue-collar couple with traditional roles; a middle-class African-American couple; and an egalitarian, bohemian couple. 25,000 first printing.

Rules of Engagement

by Chad Hennings

In all of the roles Chad Hennings has been privileged to play in life he has seen that the persistent "go-it-alone" myth in our society traps men from connecting in a meaningful way with other men. In fact, men in our society are emotionally disconnected from each other and from God.In this book Chad wants to share the lessons he has learned that will make a difference in men's lives and tear down the walls that separate men from each other and their true selves.This book will offer men a plan for a new approach to life that stresses: Crafting character and vision for ones self Healing the troubled past Developing a work ethic Commiting to self-care Finding fulfillment Living with spirituality Making a strategic life plan Serving the family Male bonding Developing an understanding of money Community service Redefining success

Rules of Engagement

by Kasey Michaels Stephanie Laurens Delilah Marvelle

Everyone loves a wedding. The quiet country girl.The sophisticated member of the ton. A graceful duchess. Follow these charming ladies and their handsome suitors on their journeys down the aisles of England's grand cathedrals and castles as they make-and break-society's most sacred rules.Rules of Engagement- A lady shall never be caught unchaperoned with a stranger.- A gentleman shall never flirt with a lady below his social standing.- A lady shall never waltz with a man to whom she is not promised.- And above all, an engagement shall not be consummated before the marriage ceremony!

Rules of Engagement

by Peter Morwood

Rules of Engagement A sudden revolution on the planet Dekkanar brings Captain Kirk and the U.S.S. Enterprise running to evacate Federation personnel trapped there. But their orders from Starfleet are quite clear; the U.S.S. Enterprise is to assist in the evacuation, no more. No weapons are to be displayed, no shields raised, no shots fired. Meanwhile, halfway across the galaxy, an experimental Klingon warship sets forth on a mission of its own, a warship with hidden -- and heretofore undreamed of -- capabilities, commanded by a warrior who will stop at nothing to bring glory to his Empire -- and restore his own lost honor. the Klingon ship's destination? The planet Dekkanar...

Rules of Engagement

by Bonnie K. Winn

Death changes everything. But so does love.When Tess Spencer's twin brother is killed overseas, she questions her patriotism and everything else she's ever believed in. Until, by accident, she ends up with the missing computer of Cole Harrington, CEO of Harrington Industries. Captain Cole Harrington, recently returned from a year's deployment in the Middle East.Falling in love has never been this easy...or this impossible.

Rules of Engagement (Alan Craik Series #1)

by Gordon Kent

"Flying, spying, dying--Rules of Engagement is the real straight Navy stuff. Better strap yourself to the chair for this one. I loved it." --Stephen Coonts, author of Fortunes of War. Rules of Engagement marks the spectacular debut of Gordon Kent, the pseudonym of a father-and-son writing team, both of whom have served in the U. S. Navy. They have crafted a tale with striking authenticity and remarkable psychological depth sure to appeal to the fans of Tom Clancy, Stephen Coonts, and Dale Brown. Shortly before the Gulf War, Alan Craik, a young U. S. Navy Intelligence officer, is posted to one of two aircraft carriers headed toward the Persian Gulf. On board the other is his father. When both take part in a nighttime strike on the Iranian coast, Lt. Craik's father's A-6 is hit and plunges into the sea. Shocked by the loss of this commanding figure in his life, Craik refuses to accept the official explanation that a lucky strike from an Iranian missile has downed the plane. After further investigation his instincts tell him the real story is much more disturbing: someone on his father's ship sabotaged his plane and he's still on board. The hunt becomes increasingly urgent when Craik discovers that the Navy may be harboring not just one traitor, but two: a father-and-son team who have been betraying their country for years. As Craik gets closer and closer to uncovering them, they will risk everything to keep their secrets.

Rules of Engagement (Brad Austin Series #1)

by Joe Weber

Marine fighter pilot Brad Austin was caught in a war that divided America. Snagged in government red tape that inhibited the military. And trapped in a one-on-one air battle with the Vietnamese ace who had terrorized the skies for years.... Then Austin decided to break the rules. One of the most exciting and provocative war novels of our time, Rules of Engagement enters the hearts and minds of America's fighting men--and the difficult choices they were forced to make. Joe Weber, author of the bestselling DEFCON One, is a former Marine Corps pilot whose experience in Vietnam lends startling authenticity to this electrifying tale of courage and dishonor.

Rules of Engagement (Sir John Fielding Mystery 11)

by Bruce Alexander

The suicide of a lord happens at the same time a hypnotism specialist arrives in London--a man patronized by the lord's beautiful wife. It's a coincidence the blind Sir John Fielding can't fail to notice.

Rules of Exchange

by Alessandro Stanziani

The control of competition is designed, at best, to reconcile socioeconomic stability with innovation, and at worst, to keep competitors out of the market. In this respect, the nineteenth century was no more liberal than the eighteenth century. Even during the presumed liberal nineteenth century, legal regulation played a major role in the economy, and the industrial revolution was based on market institutions and organisations formed during the second half of the seventeenth century. If indeed there is a break in the history of capitalism, it should be situated at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, with the irruption of mass production, consumption and the welfare state, which introduced new forms of regulation. This book provides a new intellectual, economic and legal history of capitalism from the eighteenth century to the early twentieth century. It analyzes the interaction between economic practices and legal constructions in France and compares the French case with other Western countries during this period, such as the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany and Italy.

The Rules of Gentility

by Janet Mullany

Regency heiress Philomena Wellesley-Clegg has rather strong opinions about men and clothing. As to the former, so far two lords, a viscount, and a mad poet have fallen far short of her expectations. But she is about to meet Inigo Linsley, an unshaven, wickedly handsome man with a scandalous secret. He's nothing she ever dreamed she'd want-why then can she not stop thinking about how he looks in his breeches? A delightful marriage of Pride and Prejudice with Bridget Jones's Diary, Janet Mullany's The Rules of Gentility transports us to the days before designer shoes, apple martinis, and speed dating-when great bonnets, punch at Almack's, and the marriage mart were in fashion-and captivates us with a winsome heroine who learns that some rules in society are made to be broken.

The Rules of Normal Eating: A Commonsense Approach for Dieters, Overeaters, Undereaters, Emotional Eaters, and Everyone in Between!

by Karen R. Koenig

Here is a book for all eaters who yearn to improve their relationship with food. It gives the answers to what struggling overeaters, undereaters, and chronic dieters all want to know: how to be comfortable around food and find true pleasure in eating. Written in easy-to-understand every day language, The Rules of "Normal" Eating lays out the four basic rules that "normal" eaters follow instinctively-eating when they're hungry, choosing foods that satisfy them, eating with awareness and enjoyment, and stopping when they're full or satisfied. Along with specific skills and techniques which help promote change, The Rules of "Normal" Eating presents a powerful, proven cognitive-behavioral model of transformation that targets beliefs, feelings, and behaviors about food and eating and moves the reader toward genuine physical and emotional fulfillment. Readers will learn how to reprogram their dysfunctional beliefs about food and eating, manage uncomfortable feelings without turning to food, and establish new eating habits that tune their bodies in to natural sensations of hunger, pleasure, satisfaction and satiation. Chocked full of humorous insights, compassion, and practical wisdom gleaned from a therapist and educator who used to diet and binge with the best of them, this book teaches the reader how to think and behave around food the way that "normal" eaters do. The Rules of "Normal" Eating digs deep and addresses how under- and overeaters can overcome the underlying conflicts that often plague and prevent them from becoming "normal" eaters-difficulty sensing what is enough for them, holding onto a mindset of deprivation and self-denial, feeling undeserving of genuine pleasure, and a lack of awareness and skill for effective emotional and physical self-re.

The Rules of Play

by Jennie Walker

A British woman having an extramarital affair discovers what's really missing in her life.

Rules of Play: Game Design Fundamentals

by Katie Salen Eric Zimmerman

As active participants in game culture, the authors have written Rules of Play as a catalyst for innovation, filled with new concepts, strategies, and methodologies for creating and understanding games.

The Rules of Poker

by Sheree Bykofsky Lou Krieger

The Ultimate Argument Settler This book holds the answer to every poker argument, standstill, or face-off imaginable. Experts Lou Krieger and Sheree Bykofsky provide answers to hundreds of tough questions like: What is the minimum raise in a no-limit game? Can you bet and raise with a single chip? Can you cut a deal at the final table? Do players have the right to see the winning hand? And much more: Comprehensive rules for all the major games An easy-to-use index Handy charts Anecdotes from dealers, players, and poker room staff around the world about real-life arguments and how they were settled. Here is the poker bible that will let you concentrate on what's really important--winning.

Rules of Prey (Lucas Davenport #1)

by John Sandford

The killer was mad but brilliant. He left notes with every woman he killed. Rules of murder. But Lucas Davenport isn't playing by the rules.

The Rules of Seduction

by Madeline Hunter

Dangerous. Sensual. Handsome as sin. Meet Hayden Rothwell, the shamelessly erotic hero of The Rules of Seduction and author Madeline Hunter's most irresistible alpha male yet: a man of extraordinary passion and power, a man who can bring out the seductress in any woman. ... He enters her home without warning or invitation-a stranger of shadowy motives and commanding sensuality. Within hours, Alexia Welbourne is penniless, without any hope of marriage. Until Hayden Rothwell takes her to bed. When one...

The Rules of Silence

by David L. Lindsey

Titus Cain, a highly successful businessman with a rock-solid marriage and a loving circle of friends, is being kidnapped. But this is no ordinary abduction. Cain will not be bound, gagged, and carried away to a deserted cabin. He will live his life as usual: kiss his wife, go to work-and slowly, carefully, make a series of 'unfortunate investments' totalling 64 million dollars. But if he refuses to cooperate, tells anyone, or attempts to get help, the price will be much higher. Any transgression from his kidnapper's orders will trigger a death--one by one, Cain's family and friends will be murdered in a seemingly accidental, yet agonizingly slow manner. For Cain's abductor is a criminal whose greed is exceeded only by his sadism--and Cain, terrified and desperate, but unwilling to give up his family and his life, will soon understand his kidnapper's talent for atrocity.

The Rules of Sociological Method

by Emile Durkheim Steven Lukes

Considered a landmark work when it was first published in 1895, The Rules of Sociological Method represents Emile Durkheim's manifesto for sociology. He argues forcefully for the objective, scientific, and methodological underpinnings of sociology as a discipline and establishes guiding principles for future research. With a substantial new introduction by the leading Durkheim scholar Steven Lukes, the book explains and sets into context Durkheim's argument. The still-controversial debates about The Rules of Sociological Method's six chapters are examined and their relevance to present-day sociology is discussed. The edition also includes Durkheim's subsequent thoughts on method in the form of articles, debates with scholars from other disciplines, and letters. This is an essential resource for students and scholars hoping to deepen their understanding of one of the pioneering voices in modern sociology and twentieth-century social thought. Durkheim's methodology is still relevant today. With substantial notes on context, this revised edition will greatly ease the task of students and scholars studying Durkheim and will engage a new generation of readers with his rich contribution to the field.

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