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Frankenstorm: Severe Risk

by Ray Garton

PREPARE FOR THE STORMIn the first terrifying installment of Ray Garton's six-part Frankenstorm, a natural disaster of epic proportions is brewing off the coast of California--and a man-made nightmare is about to be unleashed. . . FRANKENSTORM:On the eve of the biggest storm in west coast history, virologist Fara McManus shows up at work in a secret government lab where microbiologist Dr. Jeremy Corcoran has been working on a new bioweapon, using the homeless as human guinea pigs. Concerned for the subjects, Fara decides to stay. Especially now. Between the raging storm outside and the rage-inducing chemicals in the patients, a million things could go wrong. But the last thing Fara expects to happen is an armed attack on the lab, an explosion of gunfire, and an army of men smashing the barriers. Releasing the infected. Spreading the virus. . . into the world. On a night like this, there is no shelter from the storm. PRAISE FOR RAY GARTON"Scary. . . involving. . . mature and thoughtful. " --Stephen King on Dark Channel"Gripping, original, and sly. " --Dean Koontz on Live GirlsRay Garton is, and always has been, one of horror fiction's great innovators. -F. Paul WilsonGarton never fails to go for the throat! -Richard LaymonGarton has a flair for taking veteran horror themes and twisting them to evocative or entertaining effect. Publishers WeeklyRazor-sharp and gut-punch brutal, Garton will scare you. --Mark Kidwell, Fangoria magazineGarton does not even know that there is top to go over. --Rick Kleffel, The Agony ColumnRay Garton has consistently created some of the best horror ever set to print. --Cemetery Dance magazine15,000 Words

Frankenstorm: Survivors

by Ray Garton

There are things worse than death. . . In the sixth and final installment of Ray Garton's Frankenstorm, a devastated California community must fight for their lives--or fall prey to a bio-engineered nightmare far worse than death. . . FrankenstormThey were told to prepare for the worst. The storm of the century, Hurricane Quentin. But nothing could prepare the citizens of Humboldt County for the shocking chain of events that would touch everyone in its path. In a secret government lab, a biological weapon has been injected into homeless test subjects and unleashed upon the world. A band of survivalists have unwittinglyexposed themselves to this man-made infection that turns them into rabid killing machines. In homes across the coast, mothers, fathers, and children struggle to stay alive while a few brave souls--virologist Fara McManus, blogger Ivan Renner, and Sheriff Mitch Kaufman--will risk more than their lives. . . in what could be humanity's last stand. Many will fall prey to the chaos. Because . when terror hits the fan, there is no shelter from the storm. Praise For Ray Garton"Scary. . . involving. . . mature and thoughtful. " --Stephen King on Dark Channel"Gripping, original, and sly. " --Dean Koontz on Live Girls"Ray Garton is, and always has been, one of horror fiction's great innovators. "--F. Paul Wilson"Garton never fails to go for the throat!" --Richard Laymon"Garton has a flair for taking veteran horror themes and twisting them to evocative or entertaining effect. " --Publishers Weekly"Razor-sharp and gut-punch brutal, Garton will scare you. " --Mark Kidwell, Fangoria magazine"Garton does not even know that there is top to go over. " --Rick Kleffel, The Agony Column"Ray Garton has consistently created some of the best horror ever set to print. " --Cemetery Dance magazine18,300 Words

Frankenstorm: Survivors

by Ray Garton

There are things worse than death...In the sixth and final installment of Ray Garton's Frankenstorm, a devastated California community must fight for their lives--or fall prey to a bio-engineered nightmare far worse than death...FrankenstormThey were told to prepare for the worst. The storm of the century, Hurricane Quentin. But nothing could prepare the citizens of Humboldt County for the shocking chain of events that would touch everyone in its path. In a secret government lab, a biological weapon has been injected into homeless test subjects and unleashed upon the world. A band of survivalists have unwittinglyexposed themselves to this man-made infection that turns them into rabid killing machines. In homes across the coast, mothers, fathers, and children struggle to stay alive while a few brave souls--virologist Fara McManus, blogger Ivan Renner, and Sheriff Mitch Kaufman--will risk more than their lives...in what could be humanity's last stand. Many will fall prey to the chaos. Because .when terror hits the fan, there is no shelter from the storm.Praise For Ray Garton"Scary...involving...mature and thoughtful." --Stephen King on Dark Channel"Gripping, original, and sly." --Dean Koontz on Live Girls"Ray Garton is, and always has been, one of horror fiction's great innovators."--F. Paul Wilson"Garton never fails to go for the throat!" --Richard Laymon"Garton has a flair for taking veteran horror themes and twisting them to evocative or entertaining effect." --Publishers Weekly"Razor-sharp and gut-punch brutal, Garton will scare you." --Mark Kidwell, Fangoria magazine"Garton does not even know that there is top to go over." --Rick Kleffel, The Agony Column"Ray Garton has consistently created some of the best horror ever set to print." --Cemetery Dance magazine18,300 Words

The Frankfurt School, Jewish Lives, and Antisemitism

by Jack Jacobs

The history of the Frankfurt School cannot be fully told without examining the relationships of Critical Theorists to their Jewish family backgrounds. Jewish matters had significant effects on key figures in the Frankfurt School, including Max Horkheimer, Theodor W. Adorno, Erich Fromm, Leo Lowenthal and Herbert Marcuse. At some points, their Jewish family backgrounds clarify their life paths; at others, these backgrounds help to explain why the leaders of the School stressed the significance of antisemitism. In the post-Second World War era, the differing relationships of Critical Theorists to their Jewish origins illuminate their distinctive stances toward Israel. This book investigates how the Jewish backgrounds of major Critical Theorists, and the ways in which they related to their origins, impacted upon their work, the history of the Frankfurt School, and differences that emerged among them over time.

Frankie Pickle and the Closet of Doom

by Eric Wight

Chapter book meets graphic novel in this first book in the series everyone will be talking about. Like most kids, Frankie Pickle hates cleaning his room. But what happens when his mom says he never has to clean it again? For Frankie and his unstoppable imagination, it means he and his sidekick, Argyle, can become explorers swinging on vines, forging paths through piles of clothes, and scooting past lava pits. They can perform flawless surgery on a broken action figure. They can spend time in the big house. They can even become superheroes. But when junk piles grow too high, will all this imagining be enough to conquer . . . the closet of DOOM?

Frankie's Back in Town

by Jeanie London

Doesn't take much to start the talk in this town. And no one knows that better than Francesca Raffa. Once the town's rebel and favorite topic of conversation, she's returned home a responsible single mom and respectable executive. Nothing to whisper about here. That is until police chief Jack Sloan pays her a visit--or three. Suddenly the rumor mill is spinning with speculation about exactly what is going on between Francesca and Jack. Some think she's the prime suspect in a criminal investigation. And others. . . well, they think there's something a little moreintimatehappening. If the heated looks Jack sends Francesca's way are any indicator, that second group might be closer To The truth!

Frankie's Magic Soccer Ball #1: Frankie vs. the Pirate Pillagers

by Frank Lampard

Frankie and his soccer team travel to fantastic lands to play some of the wildest soccer matches ever! Frankie and his teammates love playing soccer. They can always find time for a game. But when they win an old soccer ball at a carnival, they're transported to a magical world of soccer that they never knew existed! Can Frankie and his team beat the Pirate Pillagers and make their way home?

Frankincense and Murder

by Baynard Kendrick

Cyanide in sleeping pills, a C.P.A. in debt, and many suspects at one party, the Captain, Duncan MacLain is on the case. Can he sniff out an answer before this fragrant mystery kills more?

The Franklin Affair

by Jim Lehrer

"Three may keep a secret if two of 'em are dead."-Poor Richard's Almanack[pg. 27 of mss]R Taylor arrives in Philadelphia for the funeral of his longtime friend Dr. Wally Rush with a heavy heart. Not only has the world lost one of its preeminent, Pulitzer Prize--winning American Revolution historians, but R has lost his mentor, the man who led him to devote his life's work to the study of "The First American," Benjamin Franklin. The bond between them was sealed when R did Wally a favor that could never be revealed. But Wally saved one final secret for R, disclosed in a letter conveyed by the will's executor.Written in the slow, painful script of the professor's last days, the note delivers an incredible bombshell. Wally, it seems, had stumbled upon twelve handwritten pages in a code commonly used by spies during the revolutionary war. The pages refer to George Washington, John Adams, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison, and level a shocking charge-that Benjamin Franklin committed a heinous crime.Wally, not wanting to foul the image of his lifelong hero, had kept this monumental secret until his death. But as R races to unravel the mystery, he faces an onslaught of obstacles. Vicious blackmail, a threat of sabotage against his own career, and grave personal doubts threaten to overtake R as he struggles with a discovery that has the potential to completely alter the fabric of American history. Rich with revelations, rife with the darkest depths of deceit and mystery, and enlightened by the unparalleled insights of America's first patriots, The Franklin Affair is a tense, constantly surprising novel about the ultimate quest for truth and justice.From the Hardcover edition.

Franklin and Harriet

by Paulette Bourgeois

Franklin likes being a big brother to his toddler sister Harriet most of the time, but when Harriet tries to commandeer Franklin's favorite toy -- his stuffed dog, Sam -- he begins to see her in a different light. Full-color illustrations. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

Franklin and His Friend

by Paulette Bourgeois

Franklin is overjoyed when he learns his good friend Otter will be coming for a visit. But when Otter arrives, Franklin's dream of reliving the past is destroyed. Otter rejects the happy face sandwiches she used to love. She has become such a good swimmer, Franklin can't keep up with her--and she can't keep up with him on the baseball field. They've both changed so much, they wonder if they can still be friends! Luckily, they find they both still love a good slide down a river bank.

Franklin and the Baby

by Paulette Bourgeois

When Franklin's best friend gets a new baby sister, Franklin feels like a proud big brother himself! Picture descriptions present.

Franklin and the Baby-sitter

by Paulette Bourgeois

Franklin's parents are going to a party, and Franklin is looking forward to spending time with Granny. Unfortunately, at the last minute, Granny comes down with a cold and isn't well enough to baby-sit. So Franklin's mother calls Mrs. Muskrat, who agrees to come right over. But Franklin is worried --Mrs. Muskrat has never taken care of him before. Will she want to do puzzles? Will she bring fudge? Will tonight be any fun at all?

Franklin and the Big Kid

by Paulette Bourgeois

In this Franklin TV Storybook, Franklin discovers that being a big kid isn't all it's cracked up to be. Picture descriptions added.

Franklin and the Computer

by Paulette Bourgeois

Franklin is totally into Beaver's new computer game, Dam Builders. He keeps popping up at her house and spends all his time playing Dam Builders. He's so obsessed with reaching the next level in the game that he turns down Beaver's invitation to go swimming and even forgets his promise to Bear to show up for soccer practice--twice. One day Franklin finds himself alone; all his friends are at the pond. They are glad when Franklin joins them for a real game of dam builders, and Franklin realizes that friends are the most fun of all. Picture descriptions added.

Franklin and the Hero

by Paulette Bourgeois

Franklin and Snail are on their way to the bookstore to meet their favorite storybook superhero, Dynaroo. But it turns out that Franklin and Snail are the real heroes of the day--they help their neighbor, Mrs. Muskrat, who lost her house key in the snow.

Franklin and the Scooter

by Sharon Jennings Paulette Bourgeois

Franklin wants a shiny, red scooter just like his friend Rabbit's, but Franklin doesn't have enough money to buy one. To raise funds, Franklin sets up a lemonade stand and a yard sale - but still falls short. Then he discovers that Rabbit wants a bicycle. Since Franklin already owns a bicycle, the two friends arrive at the perfect solution: sharing. This Level 2 first reader contains longer stories, varied sentences, increased vocabulary, more difficult visual clues and some repetition.

Franklin and the Stopwatch

by Sharon Jennings Paulette Bourgeois

In this Level 2 first reader, youngsters will identify with this story of Franklin driving his friends and family crazy. Picture descriptions added.

Franklin and the Tin Flute

by Sharon Jennings

When Franklin trades an old tin flute he found in the basement for a marble, he discovers that the flute was never his to trade. This Level 2 first reader contains longer stories, varied sentences, increased vocabulary, more difficult visual clues and some repetition.

Franklin And The Thunderstorm

by Paulette Bourgeois Brenda Clark

As a thunderstorm approaches, Franklin's friends help him cope with his fear of stormy weather. Picture descriptions added.

Franklin and Winston: A Portrait of a Friendship

by Jon Meacham

In this affectionate, intimate portrait, Jon Meacham refreshes our memories and offers new insights into a most remarkable personal friendship and political partnership

Franklin Barbecue

by Jordan Mackay Aaron Franklin

A complete meat- and brisket-cooking education from the country's most celebrated pitmaster and owner of the wildly popular Austin restaurant Franklin Barbecue--winner of Texas Monthly's coveted Best Barbecue Joint in Texas award.When Aaron Franklin and his wife, Stacy, opened up a small barbecue trailer on the side of an Austin, Texas, interstate in 2009, they had no idea what they'd gotten themselves into. Today, Franklin Barbecue has grown into the most popular, critically lauded, and obsessed-over barbecue joint in the country (if not the world)--and Franklin is the winner of every major barbecue award there is. In this much-anticipated debut, Franklin and coauthor Jordan Mackay unlock the secrets behind truly great barbecue, and share years' worth of hard-won knowledge. Franklin Barbecue is a definitive resource for the backyard pitmaster, with chapters dedicated to building or customizing your own smoker; finding and curing the right wood; creating and tending perfect fires; sourcing top-quality meat; and of course, cooking mind-blowing, ridiculously delicious barbecue, better than you ever thought possible.From the Hardcover edition.

Franklin Celebrates

by Sharon Jennings Paulette Bourgeois

In this Franklin TV Storybook, Franklin learns about how Goose's family celebrates their annual migration. Picture descriptions added.

Franklin Chang-Diaz: In Space (Leveled Readers 4.1.2)

by Patricia West

Brief biography of Franklin Chang-Diaz, an astronaut.

Franklin D. Roosevelt

by Laura Hamilton Waxman

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was one of the greatest presidents of the United States. When he was President, the united States had many problems, but he showed Americans that nothing is impossible.

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