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Dantes' Inferno

by Sarah Lovett

The author of the critically acclaimed novels Dangerous Attachments and Acquired Motives is back with another spellbindingly original thriller featuring forensic psychiatrist Sylvia Strange. Now, in Dantes' Inferno, Sylvia is called to Los Angeles from her New Mexico home when a massive explosion blasts through the J. Paul Getty Museum, endangering children on a field trip and claiming two lives. The police peg notorious bomber John Dantes as the mastermind, even though he's in a maximum-security prison, serving a life sentence for another bombing he claims he didn't commit. Dr. Strange, a genius at accessing the most tortured psychiatric cases, is called in to evaluate Dantes. The prisoner is said to be unreachable -- and renowned for psychologically terrorizing his every visitor. But Dr. Strange forms a sudden, and unsettling, connection with Dantes. There's something about the enigmatic loner and his obsession with Los Angeles that both confounds and unnerves her. She's not at all convinced he's the man behind the bombs now ripping through the city -- but she is convinced he holds the key to finding the real bomber. The problem remains: how to get at Dantes? The police department's drug-and-interrogation campaign effectively stupefies the patient, and Dr. Strange's inability to "get results" troubles her deeply pragmatic supervisor, who in turn challenges her approach, her ability, and her intuition. As the death toll rises, so does public outcry, and sanctions against the fully demonized prisoner are further tightened. With the clock ticking on a bomb promised to be of epic proportions, Dr. Strange's sovereignty over her patient is slipping away -- along with, seemingly, her sanity. Dantes' Inferno is a hypnotic, heart-pounding journey to the soul of madness that reveals disturbing and darkly universal truths about human nature. It is Sarah Lovett's best thriller yet.

Dante’s Inferno, The Indiana Critical Edition

by Dante Alighieri Mark Musa

This new critical edition, including Mark Musa's classic translation, provides students with a clear, readable verse translation accompanied by ten innovative interpretations of Dante's masterpiece.

Dante's Numbers (Nic Costa #7)

by David Hewson

Allan Prime's eyes were as large as any man's Peroni had ever seen. He looked ready to die of fright, even before the bright, shining spear with the blood-soaked tip reached his head . The death mask of the poet Dante is to be exhibited at the premiere of a controversial film, Inferno, based on his epic work. But at the grand unveiling this priceless artefact is replaced by a macabre death mask of the film's star, Allen Prime. And minutes later, the leading actress, Maggie Flavier, is threatened before her attacker is shot. After footage of Primeâ s murder is shown over the internet, the Carabinieri are determined to take over the investigation, certain that a crazed Dante fan is behind the killing. Nic Costa and his team follow the movie to its next showing in San Francisco, to safeguard the remaining items and hoping to recover the stolen death mask. However, in California the mystery deepens, with confusing new clues about the deaths in Rome. With the Carabinieri and local authorities distracted by false leads, can Costa protect Maggie, find the truth and stop the killer -- all before life imitates art?

Dante’s Vita Nuova, New Edition

by Dante Alighieri Mark Musa

In this new edition Musa views Dante's intention as one of cruel and comic commentary on the shallowness and self-pity of his protagonist, who only occasionally glimpses the true nature of love. "... the explication de texte which accompanies [Musa's] translation is instructively novel, always admirable.... This present work offers English readers a lengthy appraisal which should figure in future scholarly discussions." --Choice

The Danube

by Nick Thorpe

hopkeepers, beekeepers, waitresses, smugglers and border policemen, legal and illegal immigrants, and many more. For readers who anticipate their own journeys on the Danube, as well as those who only dream of seeing the great river, this book will be a unique and treasured guide.

Danza!

by Lynn Hall

From the book jacket: Day after day Danza lived on. He lay limp and hopeless in his pen while Paulo sat beside him. The fever subsided but left a burned-out digestive and nervous system. Danza was too weak to stand, but even if he had had the strength, his feet would not have borne his weight. Paulo flung himself down along Danza's back, his arm around the horse's neck, his face buried in the wealth of mane that fanned out on the ground. He cried, hoping desperately that Grandfather wouldn't see him, but unable to stop. "I killed Danza and he's the only thing in the world that loves me. That I love. And Grandfather knows I did it. All these years he's never liked me or trusted me, and he was right. How could I ever grow up to be a horseman, his partner, if I could do something like this to a horse I love so much?" This is the story of a sensitive Puerto Rican boy, his relationship with his powerful grandfather, and with Major Kessler, an American who helps make it possible for Danza to recover from his near-fatal illness. But most of all it is the story of the magnificent Paso Fino stallion Danza, a horse of great heart, and of how Paulo comes, finally, to be deserving of him. LYNN HALL, at the age of seven, ran away from home to try to join a pony-ride concession. Her spare time during her pre-teen and teen years was spent cleaning stalls at a local riding stable in hopes of earning an occasional ride. As an adult, her love for horses is still strong, as is obvious to the readers of her books. Miss Hall lives in the scenic hill country near Elkader, Iowa, in a stone cottage she built primarily by herself. Her immediate family comprises three English cocker spaniels, a collie, and four Paso Fino horses. The story of Danza! grew out of Miss Hall's love for Paso Finos, a breed just beginning to make an impact on horse lovers in America.

Danzig Passage (The Zion Covenant, Book 5)

by Bodie Thoene Brock Thoene

The net of Hitler's Third Reich begins to close around the Jews in prewar Europe, and millions are trapped in the sinister web. Kristal Nacht, the Night of Broken Glass, shatters the last illusions for the thousands who hoped to escape the Nazi terror. As the synagogues of Berlin burn and Jewish homes are plundered, two families face the grim reality of life in the New Germany. Anna Lindheim's sister Helen and her pastor husband Karl Ibsen are arrested for helping the Jews. The Ibsen children, Lori and Jamie, must find a way to escape their Nazi pursuers and get past the iron gates that keep them imprisoned in the Reich. Young Peter Wallich, with his mother, sister and baby brother, faces the same dilemma. How can he, a Jew, get them out of Berlin to safety? How can they reach Danzig, the one place that offers hope, the promise of freedom? And then there is Lucy, in such desperate straits herself. How can she possibly help these children?

Danziger's Travels: Beyond Forbidden Frontiers

by Nick Danziger

A first-hand look at life along the old silk route, from a young British traveler who passes for a Muslim and lives with the locals from Iran to China.

Dao De Jing

by Laozi Moss Roberts

Dao De Jing is one of the richest, most suggestive, and most popular works of philosophy and literature. Composed in China between the late sixth and the late fourth centuries b.c., its enigmatic verses have inspired artists, philosophers, poets, religious thinkers, and general readers down to our own times. This new translation, both revelatory and authentic, captures much of the beauty and nuance of the original work. In an extensive and accessible commentary to his translation, Moss Roberts reveals new depths of Dao De Jing. This edition is distinguished by the literary quality of the translation, its new renderings for a number of the stanzas, and by Roberts's knowledgeable contextualizations. Utilizing recently discovered manuscripts and Chinese scholarship based on them, he is able to shed new light on the work's historical and philosophical contexts. This translation shows that Dao De Jing is far more than a work of personal inspiration; it is also a work of universal scope that makes penetrating comments on politics, statecraft, cosmology, aesthetics, and ethics. Roberts brings these themes to our attention, shows how they are integrated into the work as a whole, and demonstrates the relevance of these topics for our own times.

Dao de Jing: The Book of the Way

by Moss Roberts

THE POEMS AND SAYINGS of the mysterious book of wis­dom called Dao De Jing have powerfully affected many aspects of Chinese philosophy, culture, and society. In the realm of aesthetics the idea of Dao, or the Way, a transcendent natural principle work­ing through all things, has inspired artists and poets who have sought to represent nature in its raw wholeness or have depicted vast land­scapes within which human structures and pathways, overwhelmed by mists, mountain faces, and water vistas, hold a tiny and precari­ous place. With regard to personal spiritual cultivation Daoism of­fers techniques of concentration and self-control, while in the realm of physiology the Daoist theory of natural cycles points toward sys­tems of internal circulation and techniques of rejuvenation. In its ethical application Daoism teaches self-subordination and frugality and warns of the self-defeating consequences of assertiveness and aggrandizement, whether political, military, or personal.

The Daodejing of Laozi

by Laozi Philip J. Ivanhoe

Taoist text, with commentary and appendices, including one of various translations of Chapter 1.

Daphne (Six Sisters #4)

by Marion Chesney

Daphne, the fourth Armitage sister, appears to be empty-headed and totally vain. She is first interested in Cyril Archer, a young man who seems equally shallow, but things get complicated when she finds Simon Garfield unconscious in a pit dug by the Vicar to prevent a visit by the Bishop, who is intent on making him relinquish his pack of hounds and give up hunting. When she realizes that her father is thinking of snaring Garfield, Daphne tries to further his first impression of her as a crazy girl. She does fall in love with him, but Cyril has discovered blackmail is a way to insure that she marries him. Lady Godolphin, Daphne's sponsor, has troubles of her own, but she is helpful.

Dar and the Spear Thrower

by Marjorie Cowley

A young boy living 15,000 years ago in southeastern France is initiated into manhood by his clan and sets off on a journey to trade his valuable fire rocks for an ivory spear thrower.

Darby's Rangers 1942-45

by Mir Bahmanyar Michael Welply

This title follows one recruit through commando, raiding and amphibious training in Scotland, and into action. It shows how the Rangers differed from the standard infantryman in both their combat mission and their combat skills, and how tactics were modified in the light of lessons learned. The experiences of battle covered include the Rangers' first action during the 1942 Dieppe raid, fighting elite Italian Bersaglieri units at Station de Sened and the Afrika Korps at Dernaia Pass in 1943, spearheading the invasion of Sicily and Italy in late 1943, and the gruelling combat up the Italian boot until war's end. Packed with first hand accounts, and many unpublished photographs, it provides a vivid description of life among the elite soldiers of Darby's Rangers during World War II (1939-1945).

Darby's Rangers: We Led The Way

by William O. Darby William H. Baumer

History of Darby's Rangers from North Africa to Italy.

Darci's Pride

by Jenna Mills

Six years ago, Tyler Preston was on top of the equestrian world. . . until one night nearly ruined him. Now, after years of hard work, his beloved Lochlain Racing has re-emerged--shaken, but steady. Then Darci Parnell walks into his office--the woman who'd cost Tyler everything. . . . Darci isn't expecting a warm welcome. All she wants is a chance to make amends for that thrilling, but ultimately painful, night long ago. What Darci didn't expect was the rush of heated memories. Or the attraction to Tyler that's still so strong it urges her to put aside her pride for a second chance at forever.

A Darcy Christmas

by Sharon Lathan Amanda Grange Carolyn Eberhart

Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Wish You a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Share in the magic of the season in these three warm and wonderful holiday novellas from bestselling authors. Christmas Present by Amanda Grange A Darcy Christmas by Sharon Lathan Mr. Darcy's Christmas Carol by Carolyn Eberhart

Darcy's Dog Dilemma

by Joni Eareckson Tada Steve Jensen

Darcy is a teenager who is paralyzed from the waist down. When Darcy sees a guide dog in a shopping mall, she wonders if a service dog is the right choice for her. Prayer and reflection help her make the decision. A Christian-based novel for teens.

The Darcys Give a Ball

by Elizabeth Newark

While Jane and Lizzie plan a lavish ball at Pemberley, the Darcys' second son falls in love with the Collins' daughter, first-born Juliet Darcy is almost lured into an elopement, and Georgiana's timid daughter Lucy is the new target of Miss Caroline Bingley's meddling.The Darcys Give a Ball is a charming and very amusing imagining of the next generation of Jane Austen's beloved characters from Pride and Prejudice and other novels, where all the young people come together for a surprising and altogether satisfying ending. Sons and daughters share the physical and personality traits of their parents, but of course have minds of their own, and as Lizzie says to Jane: "The romantic attachments of one's children are a constant distraction." "Jane would be proud of you." -Juliet McMaster, Professor of English, University of Alberta"A tour de force." -Marilyn Sachs, author of First Impressions

Darcy's Great Expectations

by Joni Eareckson Tada Steve Jensen

Darcy is thrilled to volunteer at the hospital and wants to make friends with the cutest boy at school but quickly learns that things do not always turn out as planned.

Darcy's Story

by Janet Aylmer

When Elizabeth Bennet first met Mr. Darcy, she found him proud, distant, and rude--despite the other ladies' admiration of his estate in Derbyshire and ten thousand pounds a year. But what was Mr. Darcy thinking? Jane Austen's classic Pride and Prejudice has long stood among the most beloved novels of all time. The story of Elizabeth Bennet's blossoming romance with "haughty, reserved, and fastidious" Fitzwilliam Darcy has enchanted readers for nearly two centuries. Yet, Mr. Darcy has always remained an intriguing enigma--his thoughts, feelings, and motivations hidden behind a cold, impenetrable exterior . . . until now. With the utmost respect for Austen's original masterwork, author Janet Aylmer loving retells Pride and Prejudice from a bold new perspective: seeing events as they transpire through the eyes of Darcy himself. One of world's great love stories takes on breathtaking new life, and one of fiction's greatest romantic heroes becomes even more sympathetic, compelling, attractive, and accessible, all through the imagination and artistry of a truly gifted storyteller.

Dare Me

by Megan Abbott

Addy Hanlon has always been Beth Cassidy's best friend and trusted lieutenant. Beth calls the shots and Addy carries them out, a long-established order of things that has brought them to the pinnacle of their high-school careers. Now they're seniors who rule the intensely competitive cheer squad, feared and followed by the other girls -- until the young new coach arrives.Cool and commanding, an emissary from the adult world just beyond their reach, Coach Colette French draws Addy and the other cheerleaders into her life. Only Beth, unsettled by the new regime, remains outside Coach's golden circle, waging a subtle but vicious campaign to regain her position as "top girl" -- both with the team and with Addy herself. Then a suicide focuses a police investigation on Coach and her squad. After the first wave of shock and grief, Addy tries to uncover the truth behind the death -- and learns that the boundary between loyalty and love can be dangerous terrain. The raw passions of girlhood are brought to life in this taut, unflinching exploration of friendship, ambition, and power. Award-winning novelist Megan Abbott, writing with what Tom Perrotta has hailed as "total authority and an almost desperate intensity," provides a harrowing glimpse into the dark heart of the all-American girl.

Dare to Be Different: Athletes Who Changed Sports

by Brad Herzog

Learn the stories of twenty-five courageous and imaginative athletes--some who have changed their sport, others who have changed the world we live in. Read about Manon Rheaume, the first woman to play men's pro hockey and Jim Abbott, a Major League Baseball player who learned how to pitch with one arm. These are heart-warming stories of overcoming obstacles and beating the odds. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

Dare to Be Seduced

by Eden Davis

When a sex tape leaks on the Internet, image trumps love and passion in this sultry novel about the complications of mixing business with pleasure. Lena Paskin and Jason Armstrong have a commuter relationship. Living and loving apart has been a win-win for each of them. Lena has been working to build her high-profile reputation as a businesswoman at her father's broadcasting company, while Jason has dedicated his time to growing his sports management agency. Lena and Jason build a winner-take-all relationship, betting on big sporting events where the victor names place and pleasure. When their sex video leaks on the Internet, life gets more complicated. Lena is hurt and angry, so her response is to seek revenge--in the arms of strangers--eventually learning to rebuild her life based on her own truth.

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