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Hide in Plain Sight

by Marta Perry

She couldn't turn her back on her family in their time of need. So when her sister was injured, financial expert Andrea Hampton traded the big city for Amish country to help turn her grandmother's house into an inn. But life with the Plain People took a treacherous turn when a string of accidents and pranks threatened her family. Someone didn't want the secrets the old house harbored to come to light. Trusting anyone-- even the handsome carpenter who seemed so genuine--was a battle for Andrea, but her life depended on her ability to find the truth.

Hide in Plain Sight

by Marta Perry

"PLEASE, GOD, IF YOU'RE LISTENING, KEEP RACHEL SAFE." She couldn't turn her back on her family in their time of need. So when her sister was injured, financial expert Andrea Hampton traded the big city for Amish country to help turn her grandmother's house into an inn. But life with the Plain People took a treacherous turn when a string of accidents and pranks threatened her family. Someone didn't want the secrets the old house harbored to come to light. Trusting anyone-even the handsome carpenter who seemed so genuine-was a battle for Andrea, but her life depended on her ability to find the truth.

Hide in Plain Sight and Buried Sins

by Marta Perry

HIDE IN PLAIN SIGHTCalled home to the Amish countryside, city gal Andrea Hampton can't let go of her bitter memories. But she'll have to in order to help turn her grandmother's house into a bed-and-breakfast. When danger stalks her, Andrea must turn to carpenter Cal Burke, a man with his own secrets.BURIED SINSWhen the youngest Hampton sister, Caroline, returns to Amish country and her family inn, she hides a frightening secret. The dangerous husband she'd secretly married-and supposedly lost-might be alive after all. Yet Police Chief Zach Burkhalter knows more about her past than she expects....

Hide It in Your Heart

by Gloria Gaither Shirley Dobson

Learning God's Word Is Fun for Everyone! Don't watch the kids' eyes cloud over by setting a Bible in front of them. Instead, give kids ages four to eighty-four a game, craft materials, or food, and they'll light up with excitement! Hide It in Your Heart is your tool for ensuring God's Word becomes an essential part of everyday life and the foundation upon which your family thrives. From interesting dramas to creating crafts and making recipes, this collection of great activities makes learning Scripture engaging and memorable for the whole family! Incorporate these ideas into family nights, or take the book along on weekend getaways and campouts. Entertain the neighbors, surprise your Sunday school class, or spice up Vacation Bible School. The possibilities are endless! Hide and Go Seek the Word Faces light up and laughter resounds. Everyone's having a ball. Memories are in the making! The reason for all this excitement? The Bible! Hide It In Your Heart, the fourth in the Let's Make a Memory series, is packed with hands-on, loads-of-fun, meaningful activities that make God's Word come alive for the whole family. Just watch the girls with their Promise Pillows, and hear the boys cry "Bingo!" in a little friendly Scripture competition. Soon everyone is getting a kick out of dressing for the (spiritual) elements and holy hors d'oeuvres at the dinner table. The unforgettable family fun is endless! Weaving the thread of Scripture into their lives now ensures that down the road, kids will find a wealth of solid, biblical guidance...hidden away in their hearts. Story Behind the BookSome psychologists and sociologists say we are on our third generation of largely "unparented" children. But authors Gloria and Shirley, who have spent more than forty years working to enrich the family, see that young parents and single parents of the post-modern age truly want to be more involved with their children. Sometimes they just don't know where to start! This book is a simple, uncomplicated tool for parents to create a loving family where sound values and shared objectives are taught. Spending time together learning about God's Word becomes an enjoyable and engaging experience for everyone!From the Hardcover edition.

Hide & Seek

by Samantha Hunter

Jennie Snow, aka former mafia princess Maria Castone, lives a secret life. In exchange for her testimony, the Witness Protection Program gave her a new identity - and a new job. She's part of the crack computer crime team The HotWires. Kinda like hiding in plain sight?Cop Nathan Reilly is young, brash and hot for his gorgeous coworker Jennie. But his sexual pursuit is sharply derailed when Internal Affairs orders him to secretly investigate her. How can his loving sexy Jennie be an informer? But doubts surface when Jennie - or is it really Maria? - abruptly leaves town. And Nathan must find her first to uncover the truth.

Hide Your Eyes

by Alison Gaylin

New York rule #1: Don't make eye contact... <P> Samantha Leiffer has a self-centered self-help guru for a mother, a cadre of off-kilter Greenwich Village pals, and an ambisexually-cheating ex-boyfriend. She doesn't need more grief. Then she spies two people dumping a dubious-looking ice chest into the Hudson River, and she has a chilling hunch about what's inside. <P> Not being the kind of girl to let two psychos get away with murder, Sam sets out to unravel a mystery-and is soon being stalked by a sinister, shadowy figure who's wearing one-of-a-kind mirrored contact lenses. <P> Now, aided by a tough (but still very hot) detective, Sam is poking into some unsavory places, and finding out more creepy stuff than she ever wanted to know.

Hide Yourself Away

by Mary Jane Clark

A murder mystery set in the world of TV news.

The Hideaway

by Meryl Sawyer

After spending the night at a retreat dedicated to sensual pleasures, a woman finds herself at the center of a murder investigation in this edge-of-your-seat romantic thriller from New York Times-bestselling author Meryl Sawyer The wolf at the door of Claire Holt's Taos art gallery is Lobo, a dangerous hybrid of German shepherd and timber wolf belonging to Zach Coulter, the town's one-time bad boy. Now, instead of running from the law, he is the law. But the homicide-cop-turned-local-sheriff isn't there to rekindle an old flame. The body of Claire's business rival has been found at the Hideaway, an illicit club where drugs and sex are bartered in the midnight shadows. And Claire's wallet and an incriminating piece of intimate clothing have been discovered in the bungalow next to the crime scene. Claire has no alibi--or memory of that night. Did someone drug her to frame her for murder? Claire enlists Zach's help to find the mysterious stranger who can provide her alibi. In spite of the violent past that binds them, Zach can't refuse her. Now, he and the girl who used to drive him wild might get a second chance--if he can stop a human predator from killing again.

Hideaway

by Hannah Alexander

As an E. R. doctor, Cheyenne Allison is used to handling emergencies on a daily basis--until her own sister codes on the trauma bed. Devastated, Cheyenne retreats to an isolated farm in Hideaway, Missouri. But peace and solitude are in short supply in this picturesque Ozarks town. A dangerous vandal has the community terrorized, and Cheyenne finds an unexpected demand for her medical skills. Mayor Austin Barlow is convinced the culprit resides with Cheyenne's charismatic neighbor across the lake, Dane Gideon, whose ranch for foster boys has given rise to previous violence. Cheyenne distrusts Austin, while Dane inspires her respect, and perhaps something more--although she can't share the faith that sustains him as the violence turns deadly. Then Cheyenne, already pursued by a past nemesis, becomes the vandal's target, and she can only hope that Hideaway will prove her sanctuary. . . and perhaps a place to call home.

The Hideout

by Eve Bunting

Andy is unhappy with his mother and new stepfather. So when he finds a key to a rich tower suite in a hotel, he runs away. He hide in this suite for awhile, trying to find his father in England. When he cannot find his father, he makes up a plan to fake his own kidnapping. However, a few surprises await him.

Hider, Seeker, Secret Keeper

by Elizabeth Kiem

Lana travels to New York City, on tour dancing with the world famous Bolshoi Ballet in this thrilling follow up to Dancer, Daughter, Traitor, Spy.Lana Dukovskaya has spent her life in her mother, Marina's, shadow, and nowhere more so than at Russia's world-famous Bolshoi ballet, where Marina danced years ago. But when Daniela, Lana's friend and chief rival, is brutally attacked on the eve of a New York tour, Lana is given her coveted solo--an unlikely stroke of luck that makes Lana the chief suspect in the attack. Once in New York, Lana meets Georgi Levshik, a powerful Russian émigré who claims to know the truth about Marina's past. She's torn between her distrust of Levshik's offered patronage and her need for answers. But when another young dancer is struck down on the day of her debut, Lana becomes the prime suspect in not one, but two attacks. On the run and still in the dark, Lana puts her trust in Levshik's alluring young bodyguard, Roma. Together they must uncover the truth about a Bolshoi blood feud involving three generations of Dukovskaya dancers.From the Hardcover edition.

Hiding from Humanity: Disgust, Shame, and the Law

by Martha C. Nussbaum

Should laws about sex and pornography be based on social conventions about what is disgusting? Should felons be required to display bumper stickers or wear T-shirts that announce their crimes? This powerful and elegantly written book, by one of America's most influential philosophers, presents a critique of the role that shame and disgust play in our individual and social lives and, in particular, in the law. Martha Nussbaum argues that we should be wary of these emotions because they are associated in troubling ways with a desire to hide from our humanity, embodying an unrealistic and sometimes pathological wish to be invulnerable. Nussbaum argues that the thought-content of disgust embodies "magical ideas of contamination, and impossible aspirations to purity that are just not in line with human life as we know it." She argues that disgust should never be the basis for criminalizing an act, or play either the aggravating or the mitigating role in criminal law it currently does. She writes that we should be similarly suspicious of what she calls "primitive shame," a shame "at the very fact of human imperfection," and she is harshly critical of the role that such shame plays in certain punishments.Drawing on an extraordinarily rich variety of philosophical, psychological, and historical references--from Aristotle and Freud to Nazi ideas about purity--and on legal examples as diverse as the trials of Oscar Wilde and the Martha Stewart insider trading case, this is a major work of legal and moral philosophy.

Hiding His Witness

by C. J. Miller

Detective Reilly Truman has dealt with frightened witnesses before, but his gut tells him Carey Smith is on the run. And whoever she's running from terrifies her far more than any serial killer. Carey trusts no one. But Reilly is determined to protect the vulnerable beauty despite her resistance.As they hide out together at his family's secluded ranch, there's no escaping the desire simmering between them. Carey knows better than to fall for her protector. For Carey, falling in love is more terrifying than her peril. Because to get his revenge her vicious pursuer will kill anyone she cares about....

Hiding in Hip Hop: On the Down Low in the Entertainment Industry--from Music to Hollywood

by Terrance Dean

Everyone wants to know the truth about their favorite celebrities' heart's desire. Within the masculine culture of Hip Hop and Hollywood, there is a well-known gay subculture that industry insiders are keenly aware of but choose to hide. Terrance Dean worked his way up for more than ten years in the entertainment industry from intern to executive, and has lived the life of glitz and bling along with Hollywood and Hip Hop's most glamorous. With a family full of secrets and working in an industry founded on maleness -- where one's job, friendships, and reputation all depend on remaining on the down low and in hiding -- Dean writes a revealing account of the journey of coming out from hiding. Full of startling anecdotes and incredible true stories, Hiding in Hip Hopis not a traditional tell-all. A personal and poignant memoir, it is also one of the most provocative and honest looks at stardom and sexuality.

Hiding in the Light

by Rifqa Bary

"After four years of hiding my faith from my family, I knew that it was time. I wrote with shaky hands, 'Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior. I refuse to deny him....' There was no turning back now. I had to get out of that house if I wanted to live. Was this worth risking everything for? Yes." Rifqa Bary grew up in a devout Muslim home, obediently following her parents' orders to practice the rituals of Islam. But God was calling her to freedom and love. He was calling her to true faith. He was calling her to give up everything. Leaving Islam for Christianity cost her more than she imagined but gave more than she could have dreamed. Hiding in the Light is the story of Rifqa's remarkable spiritual journey from Islam to Christianity. It is also the untold story of how she ran from her father's threats to find refuge with strangers in Florida, only to face a controversial court case that reached national headlines. Most of all, it is the story of a young girl who made life-changing sacrifices to follow Jesus--and who inspires us to do the same.

Hiding in the Shadows

by Kay Hooper

Terror waits just out of sightHiding In The ShadowsAccident victim Faith Parker has done what her doctors feared she never would: awakened from the coma that held her prisoner for weeks. But she has no memory of the crash that nearly killed her--or the life that led up to it. Nor does she remember journalist Dinah Leighton, the steadfast friend who visited her in the hospital...until she disappeared without a trace. Now as Faith begins to regain her strength, she's shocked by intimate dreams of a man she doesn't recognize and tortured by visions of violence that feel painfully real. Something inexplicable ties her lost memories to Dinah's chilling fate. But even as Faith tries to understand the connection and reach out to save Dinah, death is stalking both women. And one of them will not escape its lethal grasp.FBI agent Noah Bishop has a rare gift for seeing what others do not, a gift that helps him solve the most puzzling cases. Now, read more of his electrifying adventures in two stand-alone tales of psychic suspense.From the Paperback edition.

Hiding in the Shadows

by Kay Hooper

Terror waits just out of sight Hiding In The Shadows Accident victim Faith Parker has done what her doctors feared she never would: awakened from the coma that held her prisoner for weeks. But she has no memory of the crash that nearly killed her--or the life that led up to it. Nor does she remember journalist Dinah Leighton, the steadfast friend who visited her in the hospital. . . until she disappeared without a trace. Now as Faith begins to regain her strength, she's shocked by intimate dreams of a man she doesn't recognize and tortured by visions of violence that feel painfully real. Something inexplicable ties her lost memories to Dinah's chilling fate. But even as Faith tries to understand the connection and reach out to save Dinah, death is stalking both women. And one of them will not escape its lethal grasp. FBI agent Noah Bishop has a rare gift for seeing what others do not, a gift that helps him solve the most puzzling cases. Now, read more of his electrifying adventures in two stand-alone tales of psychic suspense.

Hiding Out At The Circle C

by Jill Shalvis

WAY OUT WESTHER PROTECTOR...Cameron Reeves knew his beautiful new cook was hiding something. What had brought this woman to his secluded Colorado ranch?HER RESCUER...Haley was running from a killer, and somehow she'd ended up with a domineering cowboy trying to control her! She needed time to think, but Cam's innate protectiveness kept interfering-even as his kisses made her forget everything else.HER LOVER?Only in Cam's arms did Haley feel safe, but he believed in honesty. And the truth was the one thing she could never share....Because there's nothing like a cowboy.

Hiding Place

by John Edgar Wideman

A man lay dead in a parking lot. Tommy didn't kill him, but the police will shoot first and ask questions later. Mother Bess is kin, but she is a crazy, mean old lady hiding out high about the Homewood streets -- streets that have taken away everything she ever loved. Together, Tommy and Mother Bess are hiding, in anger and fear. Will they find the courage to come out of hiding?

The Hiding Place

by Karen Harper

After spending nine months in a coma, Tara Kinsale awakes to devastating news. Her best friend, Alexis, has been murdered, leaving Tara as guardian to her daughter, Claire. And Tara's husband has divorced her for another woman.Forced to start over, Tara focuses on reopening her P.I. firm and caring for Claire. But soon her world is shattered again when Nick MacMahon, Claire's uncle, returns from military service in Afghanistan to take guardianship of his niece. The bad dream turns unbearable when Tara learns that something precious was taken from her while she was in a coma.Working with Nick, a man haunted by his own past, Tara begins to investigate the missing months of her life. Together, they will find that secrets don't stay buried forever...even when they are kept in the darkest of hiding places.

The Hiding Place

by David Bell

Sometimes it's easier to believe a lie . . . Twenty-five-years ago, four-year-old Justin Manning disappeared. Two months later his body was found in a shallow grave in the woods, shocking the small town of Dove Point, Ohio. Janet Manning has been haunted by her brother's death since the day she lost sight of him in the park. Now, a detective and a reporter are asking questions, raising new suspicions and opening old wounds. But if the man jailed for the murder is innocent, who did kill Justin? At the same time a stranger appears at Janet's door claiming to know the truth and a high school friend returns, with his own confused memories of what happened. Janet thought she'd put the past and guilt behind her. But now the truth about her brother is heartbreakingly close - has she the courage to find it? Praise for Cemetery Girl'Utterly compelling, absolutely riveting, not to be missed. ' Lisa Unger, New York Times bestselling author of Heartbroken 'A fast, mean head trip of a thriller. A winner on every level. ' Will Lavender, New York Times Bestselling author of Dominance 'Disturbing, brilliantly engaging. A must-read for thriller fans. ' Suspense

The Hiding Place

by Trezza Azzopardi

This exceptional novel about family, love, and the innocence and terror of childhood is the only debut work to be short-listed for England's prestigious 2000 Booker Prize and has caused an absolute sensation, garnering eleven leading publishers around the world. Set in a Maltese immigrant community in Cardiff, Wales, in the 1960s and peopled with sharp-edged, luminously drawn characters, The Hiding Place is the story of Frankie Gauci, his wife, Mary, and their six daughters. It chronicles in graceful language Frankie's unforgivable betrayal: gambling away his family's livelihood and eventually the family itself. Called "astonishing and iridescent" by the London Times, The Hiding Place is a mesmerizing exploration of how family, like fire, can shift suddenly from something that provides light and warmth to a dangerous conflagration, sparing no one in its path. The Gaucis' story is seen through the eyes of Dolores, the youngest daughter and, in her father's estimation, the embodiment of bad luck, condemned to bear the mark of a family that is rapidly singeing at the edges. With a lyricism that belies the horrors she so often recounts ("children burnt and children bartered: someone must be to blame"), Dolores presents an unsparing portrayal of the fear and hopelessness of childhood amid grim poverty and neglect, of children growing up without safety nets and on sunken foundations. The Hiding Place conjures the coarse sensuality of life among the docks, the smoky cafés and bars, the crumbling homes and gambling rooms of Tiger Bay. Sustained by a tightrope tension and combining the stark, youthful wisdom and the uncanny, perfect pitch of Susan Minot's Monkeys with the redemptive liveliness of the downtrodden in Angela's Ashes, The Hiding Place is a breathtaking, radiant debut.

Hiding Places

by Erin Healy

The Harrison lodge is full of hiding places where young Kate can discover all the secrets no one wants her to know. Eleven-year-old Kate keeps her knowledge to herself--one sister's stash of marijuana, the other's petty cash pilfering, her grandfather's contraband candy bars. She protects her mother and Gran, too, screening out critical comments from the hotel suggestions box. But suddenly the stakes are raised; her grandfather's best friend is murdered the day after Kate heard the two men arguing. At the same time, far from the quiet mountain resort, a homeless man sees a robbery gone wrong . . . a gang member seeks revenge for the death of his son . . . and a boy chooses the worst time to wield spray paint on a store window. In a strange and spiraling sequence of events, their disparate worlds collide at Harrison Lodge. Kate offers shelter to one of them, unaware of the terrible consequences to the family she loves. But people can hide in all kinds of ways, sometimes even in plain sight . . . and some secrets are just waiting to be exposed.

Hierarchical Linear Models: Applications and Data Analysis Methods (2nd Edition)

by Anthony S. Bryk Stephen W. Raudenbush

The first edition of this book was a bestseller. Now the author has added four more completely new chapters to this second edition.

Hierarchy

by Olaf H. Smedal Knut M. Rio

Louis Dumont's concept of hierarchy continues to inspire social scientists. Using it as their starting point, the contributors to this volume introduce both fresh empirical material and new theoretical considerations. On the basis of diverse ethnographic contexts in Oceania, Asia, and the Middle East they challenge some current conceptions of hierarchical formations and reassess former debates - of post-colonial and neo-colonial agendas, ideas of "democratization" and "globalization," and expanding market economies - both with regard to new theoretical issues and the new world situation.

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