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Backwoods Bloodbath (Trailsman #300)

by Jon Sharpe

n his 300th adventure, Skye Fargo is headed east, where he's been hired by a group of Illinois citizens to stop the murderous "Sagamon River Monster." For years, entire families have been slaughtered without mercy, and none who pursue the Monster are ever heard from again.

GRE Quantitative Reasoning Bible

by Victoria Wood

The purpose of this book is to provide you with a thorough review of tested math concepts and to teach you new strategies for approaching the Quantitative Reasoning section on the GRE.

Wyoming Wildcats (Trailsman #199)

by Jon Sharpe

Hired to escort two beautiful surveyors looking for a home for settlers, Skye Fargo is more than a little annoyed when the land to be settled is right where he lives. When one of the women disappears, suspicion falls on the Ute Indians, but Skye begins to suspect that he has been set up all along, and that in the middle of a war between the settlers and the Indians, he may the one with the most to lose.

Wyoming Whirlwind (Trailsman #242)

by Jon Sharpe

When a party of greenhorns show up looking to experience "the real west," they land themselves in the crosshairs of ruthless killers-and at the top of Skye Fargo's "to-do" list...

The Tragic Story of the Empress of Ireland

by Logan Marshall

A century after it sank to the bottom of the St. Lawrence River, the ruin of the Empress of Ireland has remained one of the most devastating tragedies in maritime history.<P><P> Logan Marshall's vivid and detailed reportage was the first account of the disaster and has endured as a classic chronicle of what happened that fateful night. <P> On May 28, 1914, the grand ocean liner, the Empress of Ireland, left Quebec on the St. Lawrence River, bound for an Atlantic crossing to Liverpool, England. At a few minutes before two o'clock on the morning of Friday, May 29, the Empress sighted the Norwegian collier, Storstad, at the same time as a heavy fog bank was descending. Despite warnings and evasive maneuvers, the Empress was struck on the starboard side by the Storstad, which penetrated its hull by twelve feet. The captain and crew had less than fifteen minutes to save their passengers before the ship slipped under the waves. Of the 1,475 aboard, 1,078 perished in a matter of minutes. It remains the worst peacetime catastrophe in Canadian history. <P> In addition to his unforgettable account of the sinking, Logan Marshall also presents a gripping retelling of the Titanic disaster, as well as other maritime tragedies. For decades, Marshall's account of the Empress of Ireland has remained the definitive version, comparable to Walter Lord's chronicle of the Titanic sinking, A Night to Remember.

Tragic Magic (A Scrapbooking Mystery #7)

by Laura Childs

A New Orleans mansion is being converted into a haunted house for tourists and scrapbook shop owner Carmela Bertrand has been enlisted to help. No sooner does the project begin than someone winds up dead.

Trading Up: Why Consumers Want New Luxury Goods-and How Companies Create Them

by Neil Fiske Michael J. Silverstein John Butman

Trading up isn't just for the wealthy anymore. These days no one is shocked when an administrative assistant buys silk pajamas at Victoria's Secret. Or a young professional buys only Kendall-Jackson premium wines. <P><P>Or a construction worker splurges on a $3,000 set of Callaway golf clubs. In dozens of categories, these new luxury brands now sell at huge premiums over conventional goods, and in much larger volumes than traditional old luxury goods. Trading Up has become the definitive book about this growing trend.

Trading in the Zone: Master the Market with Confidence, Discipline, and a Winning Attitude

by Mark Douglas

Douglas uncovers the underlying reasons for lack of consistency and helps traders overcome the ingrained mental habits that cost them money. <P><P> He takes on the myths of the market and exposes them one by one teaching traders to look beyond random outcomes, to understand the true realities of risk, and to be comfortable with the "probabilities" of market movement that governs all market speculation.

Toyota MR2 Performance HP1553: A Practical Owner's Guide for Everyday Maintenance, Upgrades and Performance Modifications. Covers 1985-2005, All Makes and Models

by Terrell Heick

A complete owner's guide for owners and enthusiasts of Toyota's MR2, one of the most successful midengined sports cars ever built. <P><P>Includes: History, sales and model year details; OEM Maintenance and Repairs; Chassis, Brake & Suspension Upgrades; Engine Bolt-On Modifications; Racing Your MR2; Safety; and staged combinations to build MR2s for any high-performance use, from mild street to autocrossing and road racing.

Toxin

by Robin Cook

Newly divorced surgeon Dr. Kim Regis is determined to remain a good father to his only son, Selden. On a special night out, Kim takes Seldon to his favorite fast-food restaurant for a feast of burgers and fries. <P><P>But the good time turns to tragedy: the young boy becomes gravely ill and dies as a result of poisoning by E. coli. bacteria found in the meat. <P> Was Seldon's death a result of shoddy food-handling practices? Or was it a sophisticated case of product tampering - by a rival fast-foot giant or a disgruntled employee? Or perhaps by someone with a score to settle with Kim? Taking a leave from his surgical practice, Kim devotes his energies to solving the mystery full time. But he immediately hits a brick walls: a code of silence more impenetrable than anything he has ever encountered in his medical career. Instead of a cold-shoulder reception, however, Kim is soon met with a boot and a fist as thugs attempt to quash his inquiry. <P> Aided by his ex-wife, Kim pursues a trail of deadly evidence, uncovering complicity and guilt stretching from the slaughterhouse floor to the corporate boardroom. Racing against time before more are poisoned, the two come face-to-face with the shocking and elusive truth. And in their life-and-death search for answers, they rediscover the reasons they first fell in love. <P> With trademark pulse-pounding flair, Robin Cook delivers a cutting-edge thriller, borrowing from today's fears and tomorrow's medical technology.

Tracers

by J. J. Howard

In the vein of great box-office blockbusters, the high-stakes romance here sizzles within this page-turning thriller that will leave readers feeling like they are flying through the streets of New York.<P><P>Cam has come to accept the rhythm of his life as a bike messenger: racing up and down the streets of New York City from one run to the next. With no family to rely on and a mountain of debts, at least it's an honest way to help pay off his dangerous debtors. <P> Cam's whole world comes crashing down on him one day when he runs into a beautiful stranger. After falling out of the sky and wiping out Cam and his bike, she disappears before he can find out anything about her. When he starts to see her around town, he quickly realizes that she is part of an underground group of teens who have turned NYC into their own parkour playground--running, jumping, seemingly flying through the city like it's an obstacle course. <P> Cam becomes fascinated with the sport--and the beautiful stranger, Nikki. He falls in with the group, and they offer him the chance to make some extra money. But when the stakes become life or death, Cam is torn between following his heart and sacrificing everything to pay off his debts.

Town in a Sweet Pickle (Candy Holliday Mystery #6)

by B. B. Haywood

When Candy organizes a cooking event for her local newspaper, the town's most prominent citizens turn out to witness the popular cookbook author Julia von Fleming serve as a guest judge. But when Julia comes close to consuming a poisoned pickle, she begins to suspect someone in Cape Willington is trying to kill her--and Candy is completely jarred to be among the suspects. <P><P>But the first taste was just a sample, and soon more jars of poisoned pickles begin to pop up around town. In the face of a pickled poisoning spree, Candy will have to track down the culprit to make sure her own name stays well-preserved. Along the way, she'll pull the lid off a briny barrel of blackmail, thievery, and revenge that's been souring their seaside hometown for years...INCLUDES DELICIOUS RECIPES!

Town In a Blueberry Jam (Candy Holliay Mystery #1)

by B. B. Haywood

First in the fabulous new Candy Holliday Murder mystery series. In the seaside village of Cape Willington, Maine, Candy Holliday has an idyllic life tending to the Blueberry Acres farm she runs with her father. <P><P>But, when an aging playboy and the newly crowned Blueberry Queen are killed, Candy investigates to clear the name of a local handyman. And as she sorts through the town's juicy secrets, things start to get sticky indeed...

Town in a Strawberry Swirl (Candy Holliday Mystery #5)

by B. B. Haywood

In the quaint seaside village of Cape Willington, Maine, Candy Holliday has a mostly idyllic life, tending to the Blueberry Acres farm she runs with her father and occasionally stepping in to solve a murder or two...Summer has arrived! <P><P>But as the community gears up for another festive strawberry-picking season, the villagers are shocked when local berry farmer Miles Crawford is found dead in a hoophouse near his strawberry fields. Rumors have been swirling around about a secret real estate deal between Miles and Lydia St. Graves. And now Lydia is missing after she was seen fleeing the scene of the crime...<P>When Henry "Doc" Holliday becomes involved in the mystery, his daughter Candy finds herself caught in the jam as well. But things turn very sticky when Lydia suddenly reappears and asks for Candy's help in finding the true murderer...INCLUDES DELICIOUS RECIPES!

The Tower at the End of the World

by John Bellairs Brad Strickland S. D. Schindler

When Lewis, his uncle Jonathan, and their friends Rose Rita Pottinger and Mrs. Zimmermann take a trip to a small town near Lake Superior, they expect a pleasant vacation. <P><P>Instead, they find themselves facing the ghastly Ishmael Izard, son of the fiendish creator of the Doomsday Clock that was once hidden in the walls of Uncle Jonathan's house. Ishmael himself is a cruel and heartless sorcerer, and he is determined to wreak vengeance upon the entire world. Will Lewis and his friends be strong enough to defeat him, or will their fate be decided by their most formidable foe yet?

The Tower and the Hive (Tower and the Hive #5)

by Anne Mccaffrey

For generations, the descendants of the powerful telepath known as The Rowan have used their talents to benefit humanity. As human civilization reached out to colonize the stars, the family led Earth to ally itself with the peaceful alien Mrdini. <P><P>Together, the two races have held back the predatory Hivers, who once decimated entire worlds.THE NEW ORDERBut there are factions on Earth who resent the power the family has accumulated. Now, with their goals of peace and prosperity so close at hand, The Rowan's descendants face the looming destruction of all they have suffered to achieve...

Education

by Ellen G. White

Discover the secret to true education as your eyes travel over these vital principles recognizing God as Source and Teacher. Understand where many have failed, and live the truth that makes us free. Looking to obtain an advanced degree in Education? Gain fresh insight into the source of all learning and knowledge. Great instruction for those who teach others or for personal development. The book, Education, is a must read for any serious student of life.

Ethics and Public Policy: A Philosophical Inquiry

by Jonathan Wolff

Ethics and Public Policy: A Philosophical Inquiry is the first book to subject important and controversial areas of public policy to philosophical scrutiny. Jonathan Wolff, a renowned philosopher and veteran of many public committees, such as the Gambling Review Body, introduces and assesses core problems and controversies in public policy from a philosophical standpoint. Each chapter is centred on an important area of public policy where there is considerable moral and political disagreement.

Hell House

by Richard Matheson

Rolf Rudolph Deutsch is going die. But when Deutsch, a wealthy magazine and newspaper publisher, starts thinking seriously about his impending death, he offers to pay a physicist and two mediums, one physical and one mental, $100,000 each to establish the facts of life after death.

Chain 7: memoir/anti-memoir

by Juliana Spahr Jena Osman

Memoir/Antimemoir presents new works that show the expanse and range of contemporary memoir. The works gathered here reveal memoir as re-invention, as generic interplay, as conversations among works, as travel back and forth and across times and states of mind. One can see in these works the political and psychic stakes involved in self-representation. Features work by C. S. Giscombe, Lisa Jarnot, Shirin Neshat, Edwin Torres, Ron Silliman, Anne Waldman, and Rosmarie Waldrop.

Humanitarian Intervention: An Introduction 2nd edition

by Aidan Hehir

A broad-ranging introduction to the theory, practice and politics of humanitarian intervention in the contemporary world. This second edition has been fully updated and includes a new chapter on Libya and the Arab Spring.

Design for Hackers: Reverse Engineering Beauty

by David Kadavy

Many design books try to teach design through lists of "do's" and "don'ts." But hackers know you need a deeper understanding of something to really do it well. Design for Hackers takes apart design by "reverse-engineering" Impressionist painting, Renaissance sculpture, the Mac OS X Aqua interface, Twitter's web interface, and much more. You'll learn about color theory, typography, proportions, and design principles. This theoretical advice is mixed with concrete, actionable advice such as suggestions for color scheme tools, and a chart of "all of the fonts you'll ever need".

Raising Cubby

by John Elder Robison

The slyly funny, sweetly moving memoir of an unconventional dad's relationship with his equally offbeat son--complete with fast cars, tall tales, homemade explosives, and a whole lot of fun and trouble John Robison was not your typical dad. Diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome at the age of forty, he approached fatherhood as a series of logic puzzles and practical jokes. Instead of a speech about the birds and the bees, he told his son, Cubby, that he'd bought him at the Kid Store--and that the salesman had cheated him by promising Cubby would "do all chores." While other parents played catch with their kids, John taught Cubby to drive the family's antique Rolls-Royce. Still, Cubby seemed to be turning out pretty well, at least until school authorities decided that he was dumb and stubborn--the very same thing John had been told as a child. Did Cubby have Asperger's too? The answer was unclear. One thing was clear, though: By the time he turned seventeen, Cubby had become a brilliant and curious chemist--smart enough to make military-grade explosives and bring federal agents calling. With Cubby facing a felony trial--and up to sixty years in prison--both father and son were forced to take stock of their lives, finally accepting that being "on the spectrum" is both a challenge and a unique gift.nd a bracing lack of sentimentality." --Entertainment Weekly"Endearing...Robison is a natural storyteller." --Boston Globe

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