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Holy Smokes (Aisling Grey, Guardian, Book 4)

by Katie Macalister

Paranormal romance about the dragon of her dreams, Drake Vireo, wyvern of the green dragons, who disappears at their wedding, forcing Aisling to find him.

The Holy Spirit

by Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen

This volume presents a compact discussion of the Holy Spirit in Christian theology. Written by a leading expert on this doctrine, it begins with biblical perspectives on the Holy Spirit, and moves on to describe how the Spirit was understood through the major periods in the history of Christian thought, from the early church to the present. It is global in approach and considers contributions from theologians throughout the world.

The Holy Spirit

by Billy Graham

Exciting, revolutionary power is available exclusively to you as a Christian . . .It is the supernatural power:To transform human natureTo be the salt of the earth, and the light of the worldTo bring about a dramatic but peaceful revolution in those around youTo face any crisisYou cannot buy this extraordinary power, nor can you find it by searching the earth for it. As a Christian it resides in you already, an awesome gift from God that you have only to claim and use once you know and accept its Source.Christians are powerful people, Billy Graham reminds us in this inspiring and insightful book, because "we have the mighty power of God available to us through . . . the Holy Spirit," He comes to us with no conditions attached. Jesus simply said, "If I go, I will send Him to you."With prayerful reverence and focused wisdom, Dr. Graham puts an understandable face on this mysterious third Person of the Trinity: The Holy Spirit is "not an impersonal force, like gravity or magnetism. He is a Person, with all the attributes of personality. But not only is He a Person, He is divine as well . . . . He comforts us. Guides us. Sanctifies us. He tells His servants what to preach. He directs missionaries where to go. He helps us in our infirmities. . ."Read this amazing book and see anew how this Person can transform your life and give you the power "to be truly good" and "to live victoriously."

The Holy Spirit : Revised and Expanded

by Charles C. Ryrie

All students of Scripture can benefit from this concise, practical of the person and work of the Holy Spirit. All the doctrinal essentials are here, clearly organized and explained by the renowned scholar who prepared the Ryrie Study Bible. Avoiding confusion and trendiness, Dr. Ryrie sticks uncompromisingly to the revealed Word of God.

Holy Teaching: Introducing the Summa Theologiae of St. Thomas Aquinas

by Kenneth W. Thomas Frederick Christian Bauerschmidt

A book that offers an introduction to Thomas Aquinas with selections from the Summa Theologiae and explanatory commentary.

Holy Terror in the Hebrides (A Dorothy Martin Mystery)

by Jeanne M. Dams

Vacation can be murder. . . A peaceful vacation on the charming Scottish island of Iona sounds idyllic to sometime sleuth Dorothy Martin. But Dorothy soon finds that while Iona is charming, her vacation won' t be peaceful. Thrown in with a bickering American church tour, she tries to keep her distance. But she can' t stay away from murder. Everybody believes the unpleasant American' s fatal fall from a cliff is accidental. Everybody, that is, except Dorothy. The only witness, she saw a small clue the police dismiss, one that makes her believe the death was not an accident. With the police closing the case, Dorothy feels bound to investigate. But it' s a choice she may regret. . .

Holy Terror (Rogue Warrior #13)

by Richard Marcinko

No one has ever accused Richard Marcinko -- aka Rogue Warrior® -- of being an altar boy, but in the latest installment of his bestselling series, Demo Dick finds himself darkening the aisles of St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City, tracking a group of terrorists who want to turn the world's largest Catholic church into the world's biggest Roman candle. A trip to Italy for Dick Marcinko turns into more than pasta and gondola rides. Nothing and no one is sacred as Marcinko sprays irreverent asides, targeting everything from antiterror wannabes to the nuns who taught him in parochial school. Called "the real deal" by Vince Flynn, the bestselling author of Memorial Day, Marcinko entertains, informs, and even finds time to genuflect in his new book. Visiting a NATO conference in Rome, Demo Dick blisters bureaucratic ears with a speech about Europe's vulnerabilities and the need to get serious about terrorism. He caps off his talk with an impromptu demonstration of the threat, unmasking a plot to kill the conferees seconds before it begins -- and just in time to play volleyball with a live hand grenade. The action ratchets up from there as the former SEAL commander is shanghaied to Sicily to help investigate the attempted theft of nukes from a U.S. base. Is the Mafia involved? Or is this the work of Saladin, a shadowy extremist trying to step into bin Laden's shoes? A high body count lends credence to both theories, but before Demo Dick can untangle the plot, his firm is hired to track down "shrinkage" in a courier operation in Asia. Since said shrinkage involves data and currency worth hundreds of millions of dollars, Demo Dick anticipates a Rogue-sized finder's fee. But he soon discovers the job is a trap. Lured to a cave filled with outrageously hungry tigers in the Thailand jungle, Demo Dick sucks cat breath before being saved by the beautiful if prickly Trace Dahlgren and veteran Rogue sideman Al "Doc" Tremblay. Marcinko has only escaped the frying pan for the fire; he rides a hijacked jet back to Italy, where Saladin plans to wrap up the plot's loose ends in a bonfire at the center of the Eternal City. In Holy Terror, Marcinko mixes his trademark wit and wisdom with nonstop action in a romp across Europe and Asia.

The Holy Thief: The Nineteenth Chronicle of Brother Cadfael

by Ellis Peters

Two groups seek refuge from the rain at Brother Cadfael's abbey, bringing with them mystery and mayhem. In the chill, rainy autumn of 1144, two groups of visitors seek the hospitality of the Abbey of St. Peter and St. Paul, and Brother Cadfael fears trouble has come in with them. Among the first arrivals is Brother Tutilo, a young Benedictine with a guileless face and--to Brother Cadfael's shrewd eyes--a mischievous intelligence. The second group, a ribald French troubadour, his servant, and a girl with the voice of an angel, seems to Brother Cadfael a catalyst for disaster. All of Cadfael's fears become manifest as rising floodwaters endanger the abbey's most sacred relic, the remains of Saint Winifred. When the bones disappear and a dead body is found, Brother Cadfael knows carnal and spiritual intrigues are afoot. Now, in a world that believes in signs and miracles, Brother Cadfael needs his prayers answered--as well as some heavenly guidance to crucial clues--to catch a killer hell-bent on murder.

The Holy Warrior (House of Winslow, #6)

by Gilbert Morris

Christmas and Knox, race west-Knox hoping to be among the first to set up trading posts in Missouri, and Christmas seeking to escape a future he regarded with contempt. Christmas will journey toward wha some considered to be the ultimate test, but in so doing he will leave an indelible mark on the family tree.

The Holy Wild

by Mark Buchanan

Our perception of God makes a difference in every crevice of our character, from our inner anxieties to our public conversations. It determines whether we're trusting or suspicious, whether we're happy or discontent - and whether or not we can rely on God matters mightily on the day of our death. Mark Buchanan's third book continues his penetrating exploration of the God we worship. Bravely and honestly, he poses the direst question of human existence: Can God be trusted?It's life drunk deeply, lived to the hilt--where we walk with the God who is surprising, dangerous, and mysterious. It's the terrain where God doesn't make sense out of our disasters and our boredom, but keeps meeting us in the thick of them. But unless we trust in His character, we'll never venture in. We will sit at the stream all day, dying of thirst, but not daring to drink. To follow God is to drink and drink from the stream, even if it means--especially if it means--getting swallowed up. Let Mark Buchanan show you the entrance to the Holy Wild, where you can live face-to-face with the beautiful, dangerous God of creation.From the Hardcover edition.

The Home

by Scott Nicholson

Scott Nicholson's novels deliver shocks and thrills in the tradition of Stephen King and Clive Barker. * Now, the author who constructed an edifice of darkness in The Manor and tilled the soils of unrest in The Harvest invites you to enter The Home. . . For twelve-year-old Freeman Mills, Wendover Home is just another temporary sanctuary that fosters the troubled and unwanted. Biding his time until an opportunity to escape arises, Freeman will tolerate the daily speeches and routines designed to change him into a productive member of society. He will not befriend any of Wendover's other lost causes, nor will he reveal the unique gift bestowed upon him by a father more interested in a scientific guinea pig than a son. Freeman soon learns that there are no secrets at Wendover. Every resident is subjected to group therapy, as well as individual sessions in room Thirteen. It is in this room that Freeman will endure experiments devised to test the abilities of the human mind. And it is these experiments that unleash something meant to stay buried far in Wendover's past--something long forgotten, but not forgiving. . .

Home Again

by Kristin Hannah

At the center of Home Again is Madelaine, a brilliant cardiologist, a loving mother, a tender friend, a woman full of self-doubt. It is the story of her daughter, Lina, a confused and angry rebel and of the two very different men Madelaine loves: Francis, a priest searching for his faith, and Angel, a talented, but cynical man. When tragedy brings them together again, they must learn to forgive the betrayals of the past and find the courage to love again. Touching and inspiring, it is also a story of modern-day miracles, medical, and, perhaps, those not of this world.From the Paperback edition.

Home Again (Chesapeake Diaries #2)

by Mariah Stewart

Dallas MacGregor is living the Hollywood dream. At thirtysomething, she's an award-winning actress beloved by the public and bound for even bigger success. But when her soon-to-be-ex-husband, producer Emilio Baird, is caught in a sex scandal, Dallas's charmed life turns tabloid nightmare. Determined to shield her young son, Cody, from the ugly uproar, Dallas seeks refuge in sleepy St. Dennis, Maryland--the Chesapeake Bay town where her happiest childhood days were spent. Reunited with her boisterous great-aunt, Dallas wants nothing more than to leave her Hollywood days behind. And when she crosses paths with local veterinarian Grant Wyler, her high school summer love, she finds he's everything she remembers, and more--and that the spark is still there. But Dallas's promising new life takes a troubling turn when the unimaginable happens and she finds herself living a mother's worst nightmare--and Emilio storms into St. Dennis to save the day, along with his damaged career. Trapped in the unwanted glare of the limelight once again, Dallas discovers that it's coolheaded Grant who is willing to risk everything to protect her and her son, and to secure the future they were always meant to share.From the Paperback edition.

Home Alone (#1)

by Todd Strasser

Kevin's day gets off to a bad start, when his family forgets him as they go to Paris for the holidays. Then there are burglars in the neighborhood.

Home Alone (#2 Lost in New York)

by Todd Strasser

It's Christmas in the McCallister house and the family is going to Florida. Unfortunately, Kevin is on a plane to New York! This is the digest novelization of the eagerly awaited sequel to 20th Century Fox's blockbuster hit "Home Alone", which grossed more than $500 million worldwide.

Home Alone (#3)

by Todd Strasser

Alex is home with the chickenpox for the day when four mobsters, in pursuit of his toy car-- which contains a secret microchip-- attempt to break in. "Attempt" is the operative word here-- because they are going to have to get through Alex and his amazing booby traps to do their dirty work!

Home at Blackberry Hill

by Roxanne Rustand

Much more than she bargained for... All Abby Cahill wanted was a quiet summer job in the beautiful Wisconsin woods. But the hospital where she's filling in turns out to be overcrowded, understaffed and decidedly stretched for cash. And as if she didn't have enough on her hands, the only vacancy in town for a "single woman with mutt" is at the farmhouse of wildlife biologist Ethan Matthews, whose son is with him for the season, along with several newborn puppies. Ethan is a handsome, solitary man who seems to need Abby as much as she needs him. But she shouldn't be needing him or anyone else-at the end of August she's got to go back to her job in the city teaching nursing. This is just a temporary arrangement, which is starting to feel too comfortable, too much like home.

Home At Last

by Barbara Kaye

Leah Stone was a single mother ...but still a wife. In the six years since her husband had vanished, she had accepted her strange role, though she had missed Jim every day of those six years. When Leah met her husband again he was Jacob Surratt, a prominent Phoenix physician. He didn't know her at all. Yet this fine man fell deeply in love with her, so that Leah was tempted to play a dangerous game. She urged Jacob to remember, while someone else worked to lock the past away forever. ...

Home At Last

by Anna Schmidt

There's no place like. . . Nantucket? It couldn't be home for a man like Daniel Armstrong. After all, he has a luxury hotel to run and a rebellious daughter to rein in. But his mother needs help on her cranberry farm, so he packs up his daughter and returns to his hometown--temporarily. But once there he finds his mother has hired another helper for the harvest. Jo Cooper is capable, smart and irresistible--and she's not about to let Daniel and his overindulged daughter get in her way. Besides, Daniel's not there to fall in love. And he's definitely not looking for a place to call home. . . .

Home at Last: Sofia's Immigrant Diary, Book 2 (My America)

by Kathryn Lasky

In 1903, 10-year-old Sofia and her family begin their life in America in Boston, where her father works in a grocery, her mother sells pasta, and she goes to school while trying to stay in touch with her old friend Maureen. Includes historical notes.

Home at Rose Cottage

by Sherryl Woods

With her unforgettable warmth and charm,New York TimesandUSA Todaybestselling author Sherryl Woods invites you to join the D'Angelo sisters as they journey home to Rose Cottage...a place where hearts heal and love blooms. Three Down the AisleShe came to Rose Cottage to concentrate onherneeds for once. The last thing Melanie expects is to meet a handsome landscaper and his troubled little girl. She knows they need her help to truly become a family...but can she let father and daughter into her heart without losing herself in the process?What's Cooking?A refuge is what Maggie is hoping to find-an escape from yet another unsuitable affair. She hopes her time at Rose Cottage will allow her to find out who she is without a man. But when her lover follows her all the way to the Chesapeake Bay, she has no choice but to consider what'sreallykeeping her from a successful relationship.

The Home-based Bookstore: Start Your Own Business Selling Used Books on Amazon, Ebay or Your Own Web Site

by Steve Weber

Shows you how to open a used bookstore and sell on amazon.com, ebay.com, or other sites, with a concentration on amazon.com. Discusses where to find books, good business practices, and tools that can help you with your book business.

Home-Based Mail Order: A Success Guide for Entrepreneurs

by William J. Bond

Direct mail marketing might be your ticket to personal independence and financial security. Find out how you can be your own boss that you manage from the convenience of your own home.

Home Before Dark

by Susan Wiggs

She left her child behind, but couldn't let her goAs an irresponsible young mother, Jessie Ryder knew she'd never be able to give her newborn the stable family that her older sister could, and the security her child deserved. So Luz and her husband adopted little Lila and told her Jessie was but a distant aunt.Sixteen years later, having traveled the world with the winds of remorse at her back, Jessie is suspending her photojournalism career to return home-even if it means throwing her sister's world into turmoil.Where life once seemed filled with boundless opportunity, Jessie is now on a journey to redeem her careless past, bringing with her a terrible burden. Jessie's arrival is destined to expose the secrets and lies that barely held her daughter's adoptive family together to begin with, yet the truth can do so much more than just hurt. It can bring you home to a new kind of honesty, shedding its light into the deepest corners of the heart.

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