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The Dawn Star

by Catherine Asaro

High in the Misted Cliffs lives a magic unlike any other. With no teacher to guide her, no mentor to discourage her from the impossible, Mel Dawnfield pushed her magic to its limits -- and surpassed them. Only to find that her powers aren't enough to halt burgeoning rebellion within her husband's fledgling realm -- or a plot devised to strike at the very heart of Mel's family. The lines have been drawn. Mel's mage strength has become greater than any power ever known, but dare she forge her spells into weapons to protect her people, her husband? For her magic might transform the brutality of war into the birth pangs of a peaceful empire. . . unless it proves the death blow to her world.

Dawn's Awakening (Feline Breeds #14)

by Lora Leigh

The runt of the lab she was created in, Dawn endured years of torment by her pride brother and the Council soldiers. Finally freed, she's now an Enforcer, in control of her own life. Then she's assigned to protect the one man destined to be her mate. Paranormal romance.

Dawn's Big Move (Baby-Sitters Club #67)

by Ann M. Martin

Dawn loves Stoneybrook, her stepfamily, the kids she babysits and her special friends in the Babysitters Club, but she misses her other life in California. She has made the decision to move back there for six months to stay with her dad. But what will everyone do without her?

Dawn's Early Light

by Nancy Krulik

Twenty-four hours. That's all the time Sarah has to tell Tim everything. With the usual end-of-school festivities, then all the packing and preparation, it's been so hard to put her feelings into words. She needs to tell him how proud she is of his dedication and courage. How much she'll miss him. How she wants him to go off and be the soldier of his dreams, but come home soon so they can begin the future of hers. Then disaster strikes, and Sarah is not sure she can tell Tim any of it. With only twenty-four hours left before he ships off, she's not even sure she can say good-bye.

Dawn's Light (Restoration Series, Book 4)

by Terri Blackstock

As the Pulses that caused the power outage are finally coming to an end, thirteen-year-old Beth Branning witnesses two brutal murders. She narrowly escapes from the killer and runs away in terror. If she tells anyone what she saw, he'll find her and kill her. But if she doesn't, her silence could cost her life. Meanwhile, as Deni's ex-fiancé returns to Crockett with a newfound faith and the influence to get things done, Deni is torn between the man who can fulfill all her dreams and Mark Green, the man who inhabits them. As the world slowly emerges from the crisis, the Brannings face their toughest crisis yet. Will God require more of them than they're prepared to give? How will they keep their faith if he doesn't answer their prayers?

Dawn's Prelude (Song of Alaska, Book 1)

by Tracie Peterson

MARRIED OFF AT A TENDER AGE to a harsh, older widower, Lydia Gray can't help but feel a measure of relief when an accident claims his life. What happens next, however, is a surprise to everyone: Through an unforeseen fluke, Lydia finds herself the sole recipient of her late husband's fortune. But instead of granting her security, strife ensues as her adult stepchildren battle to regain the inheritance for themselves. Lydia longs to wash her hands of the situation and determines to join her aunt in Alaska, putting financial decisions in the capable hands of her lawyer. The beauty and serenity of life in Sitka appeal to Lydia, as does Kjell Lindquist, the handsome owner of the local sawmill. But a new discovery in Lydia's life forces her to rethink her future. She is bound to her past as never before... but what more must she sacrifice?

Dawn's Uncertain Light

by Neal Barrett

This novel, which is a sequel to Through Darkest America of the same author, completes the saga of Howie Ryder and his search for his lost sister.

Dawnthief (Chronicles of the Raven #1)

by James Barclay

The first in a series of sword and sorcery books and a great fantasy book.

Daws: The Story of Dawson Trotman, Founder of the Navigators

by Betty Lee Skinner

Daws founded the Navigators, an important, evangelical Christian organization. As part of the organization, he was instrumental in establishing the Navigator Homes where individuals received nurture and theological and practical training. Daws was committed to world evangelism through individual discipleship and follow-up. His moto was that evangelism happens when trained individuals live the Christian life and witness to and disciple others.

Day

by A. L. Kennedy

Alfred Day wanted his war. In its turmoil he found his proper purpose as the tail-gunner in a Lancaster bomber; he found the wild, dark fellowship of his crew, and - most extraordinary of all - he found Joyce, a woman to love. But that's all gone now - the war took it away. Maybe it took him, too. Before Hitler and the bombs he was a boy in Staffordshire, helpless to defend his mother, to resist his abusive father. The RAF gave him order, skills, another family and a way to be a man. It taught him how to burn through lifetimes on night ops and brief, sweet leaves, surviving the unsurvivable. But it didn't prepare him for capture, for the prison camp and the chaos as the war wound down. It didn't prepare him for an empty peace. Now it's 1949 and Alfred is doing the impossible again, winding back time to see where he lost himself. He has taken the role of an extra in a POW film. Shipped out to Germany and an ersatz camp, he picks his way through the clicheacute;s that will become all that's left of his war and begins to do what he's never dared - to remember. He is looking for some semblance of hope: trying to move forward by going back. A superbly realised novel about the brutal simplicities of war - of horror, and the camaraderie found in the closeness to death - and a moving exploration of the complexities of human emotion, Day is a wonderful piece of storytelling: the freight of history and humanity carried effortlessly by the beauty of the writing. For previous readers of A. L. Kennedy's books the dark humour, close observation and thrillingly original language will come as no surprise; for new readers, this novel will be a revelation.

Day After Night

by Anita Diamant

Named a best book of the year by the Washington Post and the Salt Lake Tribune. Just as she gave voice to the silent women of the Hebrew Bible in The Red Tent, Anita Diamant creates a cast of breathtakingly vivid characters - young women who escaped to Israel from Nazi Europe - in this intensely dramatic novel. Day After Night is based on the extraordinary true story of the October 1945 rescue of more than two hundred prisoners from the Atlit internment camp, a prison for "illegal' immigrants run by the British military near the Mediterranean coast south of Haifa. The story is told through the eyes of four young women at the camp who survived the Holocaust: Shayndel, a Polish Zionist; Leonie, a Parisian beauty; Tedi, a hidden Dutch Jew; and Zorah, a concentration camp survivor. Haunted by unspeakable memories and losses, afraid to hope, the four of them find salvation in the bonds of friendship and shared experience even as they confront the challenge of re-creating themselves in a strange new country. Diamant's triumphant novel is an unforgettable story of tragedy and redemption that reimagines a singular moment in history with stunning eloquence.

The Day After Tomorrow

by Allan Folsom

TODAY He catches a glimpse of his father's killer. TOMORROW He is drawn into the web of a vast international conspiracy. THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW He confronts a terrifying future which threatens us all. . . This novel weaves together three stories of international intrigue. In the first a doctor is forced to confront his father's killer, in the second a detective investigates a series of horrific murders, while in the third an international organization devises a masterplan of apocalyptic dimensions.

The Day After Tomorrow: A Handbook on the Future of Economic Policy in the Developing World

by Marcelo M. Giugale Otaviano Canuto

The 2008-09 Global Financial Crisis shook the ground under the conventional wisdom that had guided mainstream development economics. Much of what had been held as true for decades is now open to reexamination-from what the role of governments should be in markets to which countries will be the engines of the world's economy, from what people need to leave poverty to what businesses need to stay competitive. Development economists look into the future. They do not just ask how things work today, but how a new policy, program, or project would make them work tomorrow. They view the world and history as a learning process-past and present are inputs into thinking about what is coming. It is that appetite for a vision of the future that led the authors of 'The Day after Tomorrow: A Handbook on the Future of Economic Policy in the Developing World' to invite some 40 development economists, most of them from the World Bank's Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network-an epicenter of the profession-to report what they see on the horizon of their technical disciplines and of their geographic areas of specialization. The disconcerting but exciting search for a new intellectual compact has begun. To help guide the discussion, 'The Day after Tomorrow: A Handbook on the Future of Economic Policy in the Developing World' puts forth four key messages: While the developed world gets its house in order, and macroeconomics and finance achieve a new consensus, developing countries will become a (perhaps the) growth engine for the world. Faster technological learning and more South-South integration will fuel that engine. Governments in developing countries will be better-they may even begin to earn the trust of their people. A new, smarter generation of social policy will bring the end of poverty within reach, but the attainment of equality is another matter. Many regions of the developing world will break out of their "developing" status and will graduate into something akin to "newly developed." Africa will eventually join that group. Others, like Eastern Europe, have a legacy of problems to address before such a transition. While some regions will do better than others, and some technical areas will be clearer than others, there is no question that the horizon of economic policy for developing countries is promising-risky, yes, but promising. The rebalancing of global growth toward, at the very least, a multiplicity of engines, will give the developing world a new relevance.

A Day as Dark as Night (Exalted, Book 1)

by Carl Bowen Udon

Harmonious Jade is one of the deadliest women in the legendary time that is the Second Age of Man. Chosen by the Unconquered Sun himself, she has been remade into a demigod whose bow can fell whole companies of men. With that exaltation, however, have come echoes of ancient memories and a sense that she must use her gifts for some greater purpose. Chasing these phantasms of a past life and the trail of the demonic cultists who raised and betrayed her, she comes to the trading city of Nexus. There, she meets others of her kind. But are they long-lost companions, deadly enemies or, worse yet, both? And what do the hellish masters of her family have in store for her? Exalted: A Day Dark As Night is the first in a new, unlimited series of novels based on the hugely successful Exalted property.

A Day at the Fair (Grandma's Attic Series)

by Arleta Richardson

A girl learns about her grandmother's life as a young girl.

A Day at the Races

by Harold J. Rothwax

Describes the activities of a typical day at the racetrack, including the work of the trainers, grooms, hot walkers, exercise riders, blacksmiths, and veterinarians.

A Day at the Seashore

by Byron Jackson Kathryn Jackson

Nancy and Tim and their dog spend the day at the seashore with many activities.

A Day Away

by Nora Roberts

One Summer: A summer spent traveling across America with brooding photojournalist Shade Colby was not celebrity photographer Bryan Mitchell's idea of a dream assignment. She found Shade to be arrogant, cynical - and infuriatingly sexy. Plus they disagreed about everything. But there was one thing they had in common; the fierce attraction for each other they could not deny! Temptation: Socialite Eden Carlbough knew running a girls' camp wouldn't be easy, but she didn't expect to be run up an apple tree by the little monsters. She was equally surprised to come crashing down into the capable arms of orchard owner Chase Elliot. While her handsome neighbor's overbearing ways were highly irritating, his touch ignited feelings she'd never known.

Day By Day Armageddon

by J. L. Bourne

May 16th. 1201 hrs. We are now under siege. Beyond the silo access doors, we have a small army of beaten and battered undead to contend with. They only want one thing. . . Day by Day Armageddon is the handwritten journal of one man and his struggle for survival. Trapped in the midst of global disaster, he must make decisions that could mean life, or which could condemn him eternally to walk as one of them. Enter, if you dare, into his world. The world of the undead.

Day by Day Armageddon

by J. L. Bourne

Once on the fringes of horror, the "zombie apocalypse," has become one of the most buzzworthy genres in popular culture. Now, in Day by Day Armageddon, J.L. Bourne delivers an intelligent, gripping thriller that will leave both new and die-hard zombie fans breathless. Sporadic news reports indicate chaos and violence spreading through U.S. cities. An unknown evil is sweeping the planet. The dead are rising to claim the Earth as the new dominant species in the food chain.This is the handwritten journal depicting one man's struggle for survival. Trapped in the midst of global disaster, he must make decisions; choices that ultimately mean life, or the eternal curse to walk as one of them. Enter if you will into his world. The world of the undead.

Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile

by J. L. Bourne

START INTERCEPT - Armies of undead have risen up across the U. S. and around the globe; there is no safe haven from the diseased corpses hungering for human flesh. But in the heat of a Texas wasteland, a small band of survivors attempt to counter the millions closing in around them. INTERCEPT COMPLETE - Survivor, Day by day, the handwritten journal entries of one man caught in a worldwide cataclysm capture the desperation - and the will to survive - as he joins forces with a handful of refugees to bat...

Day by Day with St. Benedict

by Terrence G. Karbong

In a beautiful and lucid year's worth of daily meditations, this Benedictine scholar and practitioner of The Rule brings to life the teachings of St. Benedict. He provides insight into how The Rule was originally practiced and shows the lay person how those old teachings have relevance, beauty and usefulness for today's challenges and dilemmas. This is a marvelous meditation calendar for those who desire deeper spirituality in the form of brief, daily retreats.

The Day Camp Disaster

by Carolyn Keene Paul Casale

It's summer vacation and Nancy, George, and Bess have signed up for a two-week-long nature day camp on the outskirts of River Heights. The girls can't wait to get out and enjoy nature, and are thrilled to be spending their days making butterfly feeders, planting sunflowers, and taking hikes. But things at Camp Northwoods start going haywire right from the start. The projects the campers work so hard on during the day keep getting ruined at night! Nancy is suspicious--these don't look like natural disasters. Just who is wrecking all of the campers' hard work? And can camp continue with a culprit on the loose?

The Day Camp Disaster (Nancy Drew Notebooks #55)

by Carolyn Keene

Can Nancy catch the prankster, or will the campers call it quits? It's summer vacation and Nancy, George, and Bess have signed up for a two-week-long nature day camp on the outskirts of River Heights. The girls can't wait to get out and enjoy nature, and are thrilled to be spending their days making butterfly feeders, planting sunflowers, and taking hikes. But things at Camp Northwoods start going haywire right from the start. The projects the campers work so hard on during the day keep getting ruined at night! Nancy is suspicious -- these don't look like natural disasters. Just who is wrecking all of the campers' hard work? And can camp continue with a culprit on the loose? Picture descriptions present.

The Day Diana Died

by Christopher Andersen

Where were you the day Diana died? Like the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the tragic death of the Princess of Wales on August 31, 1997 is one of those defining benchmarks in history -- an event that touched each of us so profoundly, we will never forget the moment we heard the news. A full year after the Paris car crash that ended Diana's life at age thirty-six, millions around the world remain in shock. Over the sixteen years since her storybook wedding to Prince Charles, she had evolved from "Shy Di" into the planet's most photographed, written about, & talked about woman -- indeed, the most famous person in the world. For all Diana's global fame, much of the human drama that swirled around her death remains veiled in mystery & intrigue. Now, in the manner of his headline-making Kennedy biographies Jack & Jackie & Jackie After Jack, Christopher Andersen draws on important sources -- many of whom have agreed to speak here for the first time -- to re-create in vivid & often startling detail the events leading up to that fateful night in Paris. Diana was, in every sense of the word, larger than life -- a force of nature that, as the Royal Family learned, could be neither dismissed nor ignored. A bittersweet saga of triumph, love, & loss, The Day Diana Died captures those last days when Diana's star never shone brighter -- & evokes the beauty, grace, heartache, & compassion that made Diana one of the most compelling figures of our time.

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