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Outlawed!

by B. J. Daniels

DANGEROUS MENA devil in blue jeansTrouble blew in like tumbleweed-the same time Delaney's new ranch hand, Cooper McLeod, showed up. His rock-hard, denim-clad body was enough to make her knees go weak. But sin itself danced in this cowboy's indigo eyes. He was looking to charm her, all right-out of her senses and out of her ranch.Cooper was more of a bad hombre than impostor ranch hand and he could tell Delaney Lawson knew it. All fire and vermilion, she was quite a woman-the kind that might persuade him to change his ways. Only that didn't matter. He had a job to do: he had to get her ranch before she got to him!

The Outlaw's Lady

by Laurie Kingery

Rebellious rancher's daughter Tess Hennessy seeks adventure--and that's what she gets when she's abducted to chronicle the Delgado gang's exploits! Yet her kidnapper, gang member Sandoval Parrish, isn't what she expected. There's more to the mysterious outlaw than he shows--signs of gentleness and devotion that soften Tess's heart. Sandoval has one goal: retribution for the sister Delgado ruined. He hasn't the time to fall for the stubborn, beautiful photographer whose pictures he needs as evidence. But what can Sandoval do when his plan puts Tess in danger? Torn between the drive for revenge and a newfound love, Sandoval will need his renewed faith to resolve the past. . . and claim his future.

The Outlaws of Sherwood

by Robin Mckinley

The Robin Hood legend comes thrillingly alive in Robin McKinley's reimagining of the classic adventure<P><P> Young Robin Longbow, subapprentice forester in the King's Forest of Nottingham, must contend with the dislike of the Chief Forester, who bullies Robin in memory of his popular father. But Robin does not want to leave Nottingham or lose the title to his father's small tenancy, because he is in love with a young lady named Marian--and keeps remembering that his mother too was gentry and married a common forester.<P> Robin has been granted a rare holiday to go to the Nottingham Fair, where he will spend the day with his friends Much and Marian. But he is ambushed by a group of the Chief Forester's cronies, who challenge him to an archery contest . . . and he accidentally kills one of them in self-defense.<P> He knows his own life is forfeit. But Much and Marian convince him that perhaps his personal catastrophe is also an opportunity: an opportunity for a few stubborn Saxons to gather together in the secret heart of Sherwood Forest and strike back against the arrogance and injustice of the Norman overlords.

The Outlaws (Presidential Agent #6)

by W. E. B. Griffin William E. Butterworth

The former Presidential Agent's Office of Organizational Analysis has been disbanded. Charley Castillo and his colleagues have retired, and there is an adversarial Commander-in-Chief in the Oval Office. But just because Castillo is out of the government doesn't mean he's out of business. And when a barrel of nightmarishly lethal material is shipped to an Army medical lab, Castillo knows that the people behind it are just getting started. . . .

The Outlet

by Andy Adams

Outline of History, Volume II, Medieval History

by H. G. Wells

The rise and collapse of the Roman empire, Christianity and Islam, and the Mongol empire, during medieval times.

Outlook 2007 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies

by Jennifer Fulton Karen S. Fredricks

Nine minibooks spanning more than 800 pages make this an indispensable guide for Outlook power usersCovers the new Outlook interface and features and offers detailed coverage of Outlook tools, techniques, and tricksMinibooks include: Outlook basics; e-mail, RSS, and news; personal information management; managing and controlling information; collaboration; functional forms; VBA programming; managing business information; and maintenance, management, and troubleshootingOffice has more than 120 million users worldwide-90 percent of the business productivity software market-and most of these users look to Outlook for e-mail, calendaring, and personal information management

Outlook 2010 All-in-One For Dummies

by Jennifer Fulton Karen S. Fredricks

Extensive coverage on using Microsoft Outlook to manage and organize your dayAs the number one e-mail client and personal information manager, Microsoft Outlook offers a set of uncomplicated features that maximize the management of your e-mail, schedule, and general daily activities, with the least amount of hassle possible. Comprised of ten minibooks in one and packed with more than 800 pages, this All-in-One For Dummies reference walks you through the convenience of Microsoft Outlook and introduces you to the newest features of the 2010 version.After a description of how to get started with Outlook 2010, you'll get complete coverage on e-mail basics, advanced e-mail features, working with the calendar, managing contacts, and working with Business Contact Manager. You'll learn how to track tasks, take notes, and record items in the journal, as well as customize and manage Outlook and get mobile with Outlook.Offers soup-to-nuts coverage of Microsoft Outlook 2010, the newest version of the number one most popular e-mail managerWalks you through getting started with Outlook and e-mail basics, and gradually progresses to more advanced features and capabilities of e-mailExplains how to work with the Outlook 2010 calendar and manage your contactsAddresses tracking tasks, taking notes, recording items in the journal, and working with Business Contact ManagerShows you how to customize your Outlook, manage all the information within Outlook, and take Outlook on the roadGet a whole new outlook on Outlook 2010 with this complete guide!

Outpost of Jupiter

by Lester Del Rey

Bob gives up his plan for college and joins the colonists in their brutal struggle against the environment of Ganymede.

The Outpouring: Jesus in the Feasts of Israel

by Elwood Mcquaid

THE OUTPOURING is in keeping with a central commitment of The Friends of Israel to view Scripture through the prism of the cultural, historical setting in which it was cast by the Holy Spirit. John's Gospel, in its treatment of the interaction between the Messiah and Israel's great feasts, gives us a magnificent exposure to this pattern. THE OUTPOURING will enhance your understanding of how the Lord certified the credentials of our Jewish Messiah among Abraham's seed and in relationship to the great festive commemorations of the Jewish nation. In the process, we hope that you will appreciate more the wonder of the riches of His grace and the glories of our Savior's love.

An Outrageous Affair

by Penny Vincenzi

The latest dramatic bestseller by Overlook?s most popular author Penny Vincenzi?there are over 500,000 copies of Penny?s books in print in the U. S. , and millions more worldwide! A mysterious, tragic accident in the 1950s. An inexplicable suicide twenty years later. What was the strange link between the two?and Caroline Hunterton?s long-buried past? A secret which could not be kept forever, especially from her two daughters, Chloe and Fleur. Fate had separated the sisters in time and distance?but bound them in mutual hatred?until journalist Magnus Phillips decided to tell the story that would tear their lives apart. Moving from wartime Suffolk to 1950s Hollywood, from glitzy Madison Avenue to London?s theatrical aristocracy and the machinations of checkbook publishing, An Outrageous Affair explores the extraordinary, sometimes fatal, consequences of truth?sure to please Penny?s legions of readers. .

The Outrageous Origin (Garfield's Pet Force #1)

by Michael Teitelbaum

Meet Emperor Jon, ruler of the Planet Polyester, and his band of faithful warriors -- Garfield's Pet Force! Armed with intergalactic powers, they battle the universe's most evil veterinarian.

Outrageously Alice

by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

Now that she is setting into eighth grade, the class she used to envy, Alice discovers it isn't as exciting as she thought. She's tired of being the same old Alice, and longs to be a bit outrageous. Instead, she finds herself in situations that are more embarrassing then they are thrilling. She likes dressing up as a showgirl for Halloween, but hasn't counted on what happens in the broom closet at school. And she's delighted to be a bridesmaid, but feels awkward at the bridal shower. Even Patrick begins to seem childish to her. Elizabeth and Pamela, however, her two best friends, feel that life is changing too much for them. Elizabeth finds that a new a boy at school is attracted to her, while Pamela faces a serious problem at home. Lester, too, Alice's brother, can't quite believe he's losing his old girlfriend, Crystal. When Alice dials Miss Summers, however, the woman her father loves, there is always the hope that this time she will get the mother she has always wanted.

Outrageously Yours

by Susanna Carr

He's just the guy to ruin her reputation... With a high-profile job opportunity on the line, Claire Miller must go from squeaky-clean wallflower to wild party girl in just one week. To do that, she needs the help of Jason Strong, her favorite client-and secret crush. He's sexy, a notorious bachelor and just the guy to destroy this good girl's rep. Only Claire didn't count on Jason's spontaneous streak, or that his brand of improvising could turn their strictly professional relationship into something intensely personal-and incredibly hot. Now she has to trust him with her future, her body and her deepest secrets. And hope that by week's end, she'll have him out of her system without breaking her heart...

The Outside Man

by Richard North Patterson

In #1 New York Times-bestselling author Richard North Patterson's suspenseful legal thriller, a Northern lawyer in a Southern town risks his life to bring a killer to justice A Yankee through and through, Adam Shaw never felt at ease among the upper crust of the Deep South. An attorney to some of the most powerful people in Alabama, he is close with only two of them. When Adam's best friend, Henry Cantwell, disappears after his wife is murdered, Adam starts asking questions, delving beneath the town's tranquil facade. While the police hunt for the killer, Adam risks everything--his professional standing, his marriage, and his very life to save Henry from the electric chair and bring the right man to justice.

Outside Over There

by Maurice Sendak

Maurice Sendak, the master conjurer of images and words, mingles dark memories with myth, nightmares with sweet dreams and turns them all into "a profound work of art for children".--New York Times. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

Outside Shooter

by Thomas J. Dygard

Crazy, Deke thought again. Nobody loses their leading scorer and still is able to whip a team like this Warfield Tech outfit. Crazy, for sure. But crazy things work sometimes. The players were approaching the bench now for the final moment before the game-opening tip-off. The referee was walking toward the center of the court with the ball under his arm. Deke knelt into the circle of players. They clasped hands. "Now is the time to do it," Deke said, and he sent them onto the court....

Outside the Box Origami

by Scott Wasserman Stern

Join origami whiz Scott Wasserman Stern on a journey beyond the usual with Outside the Box Origami. Begun by the author at age fourteen and the product of three years of work, this extraordinary book contains twenty original, whimsical paperfolds ranging from the simple to the complex. It features a mix of single-sheet and modular origami models accompanied by photos and easy-to-follow diagrams. The offerings range from geometric models like the "Starburst" to more adventurous and organic models such as "When Pigs Fly!" The book culminates with "Folding Outside the Box"--a challenging single-sheet model that depicts two hands reaching out of a box, folding a piece of origami paper.

Outside the Law

by Kara Lennox

Mitch Delacroix is everything Beth McClelland likes in a man. Smart, good-looking and so very safe. She's this close to making her intentions known.Then Mitch is accused of murdering his best friend years ago. Suddenly his rebel past-including the criminal record-is revealed to everyone.But something doesn't fit-the Mitch she knows couldn't possibly kill anyone. She's determined to find the truth. As a forensics expert, she's used to uncovering people's secrets. Yet she never expected Mitch could be hiding so many. Despite rising doubts, she'll help clear his name. Even if what she discovers could threaten their relationship...and their lives.

The Outsider

by Barbara Delinsky

On a tiny island, Summer is a living her life the way her mother and grandmother did, as a healer, alone, independent, and self-sufficient, until Cameron rescues her from the churning sea...

The Outsider: A Memoir

by Jimmy Connors

The Outsider is a no-holds-barred memoir by the original bad boy of tennis, Jimmy Connors. Connors ignited the tennis boom in the 1970s with his aggressive style of play, turning his matches with John McEnroe, Bjorn Borg, and Ivan Lendl into prizefights. But it was his prolonged dedication to his craft that won him the publics adoration. He capped off one of the most remarkable runs in tennis history at the age of 39 when he reached the semifinals of the 1991 U. S. Open, competing against players half his age. More than just the story of a tennis champion, The Outsider is the uncensored account of Connors life, from his complicated relationship with his formidable mother and his storybook romance with tennis legend Chris Evert, to his battles with gambling and fidelity that threatened to derail his career and his long-lasting marriage to Playboy playmate Patti McGuire. When he retired from tennis twenty years ago, Connors all but disappeared from public view. In The Outsider, he is back at the top of his game, and as feisty, outspoken, and defiant as ever. This autobiography includes original color photographs from the author.

The Outsider Test for Faith

by John W. Loftus

Fostering mutual understanding by viewing religion from an outsider perspectiveDepending on how one defines religion, there are at least thousands of religions in the world. Given such religious diversity, how can any one religion claim to know the truth? Nothing proposed so far has helped us settle which of these religions, if any, are true--until now. Author John W. Loftus, a former minister turned atheist, argues we would all be better off if we viewed any religion--including our own--from the informed skepticism of an outsider, a nonbeliever. For this reason he has devised "the outsider test for faith." He describes it as a variation on the Golden Rule: "Do unto your own faith what you do to other faiths." Essentially, this means applying the same skepticism to our own beliefs as we do to the beliefs of other faiths. Loftus notes that research from psychology, anthropology, sociology, and neuroscience goes a long way toward explaining why the human race has produced so many belief systems, why religion is culturally dependent, and how religion evolved in the first place. It's important that people understand these findings to escape the dangerous delusion that any one religion represents the only truth.At a time when the vast diversity of human belief systems is accessible to all, the outsider test for faith offers a rational means for fostering mutual understanding.From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Outsider Test for Faith

by John W. Loftus

Fostering mutual understanding by viewing religion from an outsider perspectiveDepending on how one defines religion, there are at least thousands of religions in the world. Given such religious diversity, how can any one religion claim to know the truth? Nothing proposed so far has helped us settle which of these religions, if any, are true--until now. Author John W. Loftus, a former minister turned atheist, argues we would all be better off if we viewed any religion--including our own--from the informed skepticism of an outsider, a nonbeliever. For this reason he has devised "the outsider test for faith." He describes it as a variation on the Golden Rule: "Do unto your own faith what you do to other faiths." Essentially, this means applying the same skepticism to our own beliefs as we do to the beliefs of other faiths. Loftus notes that research from psychology, anthropology, sociology, and neuroscience goes a long way toward explaining why the human race has produced so many belief systems, why religion is culturally dependent, and how religion evolved in the first place. It's important that people understand these findings to escape the dangerous delusion that any one religion represents the only truth.At a time when the vast diversity of human belief systems is accessible to all, the outsider test for faith offers a rational means for fostering mutual understanding.From the Trade Paperback edition.

Outsiders Still

by Vivian Smith

Despite years of dominating journalism school classrooms across North America, women remain vastly underrepresented at the highest levels of newspaper leadership. Why do so many female journalists leave the industry and so few reach the top?Interviewing female journalists at daily newspapers across Canada, Vivian Smith - who spent fourteen years at The Globe and Mail as a reporter, editor, and manager - finds that many of the obstacles that women face in the newspaper industry are the same now as they have been historically, made worse by the challenging times in which the industry finds itself. The youngest fear they will have to choose between a career and a family; mid-career women madly juggle the pressures of work and family while worrying that they are not "good mothers"; and the most senior reflect on decades of accomplishments mixed with frustration at newsroom sexism that has held them back.Listening carefully to the stories these journalists tell, both about themselves and about what they write, Smith reveals in Outsiders Still how overt hostility to women in the newsroom has been replaced by systemic inequality that limits or ends the careers of many female journalists. Despite decades of contributions to society's news agenda, women print journalists are outsiders still.

The Outsorcerer's Apprentice

by Tom Holt

A happy workforce, it is said, is a productive workforce. Mmmm.Try telling that to an army of belligerent goblins. Or the Big Bad Wolf. Or a professional dragons layer. Who is looking after their well-being? Who gives a damn about their intolerable working conditions, lack of adequate health insurance, and terrible coffee in the canteen?Thankfully, with access to an astonishingly diverse workforce and limitless natural resources, maximizing revenue and improving operating profit has never really been an issue for the one they call "the Wizard." Until now. Because now a perfectly good business model -- based on sound fiscal planning, entrepreneurial flair, and only one or two of the infinite parallel worlds that make up our universe -- is about to be disrupted by a young man not entirely aware of what's going on. There's also a slight risk that the fabric of reality will be torn to shreds. You really do have to be awfully careful with these things.

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