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Intruder

by Carolyn Keene

Nancy must catch a powler before he ruins the day!The library's Jane Austen Tea Party benefit is put in jeopardy when someone starts sabotaging the Bed and Breakfast hosting the event. Nancy has been called on to figure out how the prowler is getting into the house and why.

Intruder (Isaac Asimov's Robot City: Robots and Aliens, Book 3)

by Isaac Asimov Robert Thurston

Derec returns to the original Robot City to find that things are very strange. The city has been reprogrammed in ways that don't make sense. He didn't do it nor did Dr. Avery. Who did?

The Intruders

by E. E. Richardson

Joel Demetrius is looking forward to moving in with his new stepfamily, but as far as his sister Cassie's concerned, they're nothing but intruders. Cassie doesn't want anything to do with their mother's fiancé and his two sons, and to make matters worse their new home is a rotting old heap, neglected for decades. Joel thinks it's interesting; Cassie thinks it's a dump. But as fascinated as he is by the place, Joel has to admit there's something not quite right about it. Not only does he keep seeing things out of the corner of his eye, but strangely realistic nightmares are keeping him awake. And now day is becoming just as horrifying as night. Joel's nightmares are developing into blood-drenched hallucinations and the others are starting to feel the same strange presence from his dreams. As the events in the house gradually become harder to explain, the line between nightmare and reality is beginning to blur-- and now all four teenagers are starting to wonder just who the intruders really are.

The Intruders (Jake Grafton #6)

by Stephen Coonts

1973. The Vietnam War is finally over, but for Lieutenant Jake Grafton, U.S.N., freshly returned from two harrowing combat cruises, his own country seems almost as hostile. When his fists get him into trouble, he lands an excruciating eight-month cruise on the aircraft carrier COLUMBIA teaching Jarheads--Marines--the nuances of carrier aviation. As a Navy man working beside Marines without carrier aviation experience, Grafton's about to discover another world of fresh hell. Taking off and landing from a slippery flight deck, on a choppy sea in a pitch-black night, there is no room for error--or for animosity. And while these Marines have Jake wishing he was back fighting the VC, he'll have to learn to live with them. For they must fly together in the same cockpit, must lock into each other and into their million-dollar machines, and make the split-second decisions that hurtle them toward their common goals: excellence and survival.

Intrusions

by Ursula Hegi

Brilliantly stretching literary conventions, Ursula Hegi, author of the best-selling Stones from the River, creates a funny and original novel within a novel to explore the doubts, decisions, and "might-have-beens" that mark not only the writing process but life itself. As her "author" and her fictional heroine deal with their intrusions into each other's lives, Hegi reveals much about the choices women make, the ambiguities they face, and the often surprising ways reality and fiction merge.

Intuition

by Allegra Goodman

A charismatic doctor and a rigorous scientist are co-directors of a cancer research lab. They demand nothing less than complete dedication and obedience from their young protégés. In this high-pressure setting, one young man's experiments begin to show exciting results. At first the entire lab is giddy with expectation. But his colleagues become suspicious, and soon an all-too-public controversy engulfs the lab and everyone in it. Intuition is a rich and compelling human drama about the quest for 'truth', that asks: who can you trust when you aren't even sure you can trust yourself?

Intuition

by Carol Ericson

Two dark purposes prompted Kylie Grant's return to Coral Cove and its nefarious Victorian mansion: solve the mysterious disappearance of a young girl and find closure for her own complicated past. What her psychic abilities hadn't prepared her for was an encounter with sexy bad boy Matt Conner.It was his first assignment as a P.I., and Matt needed this job to show he was nothing like his hometown reputation suggested. Mysterious and alluring, Kylie was a complication he didn't count on-nor were the death threats against her. Working together, all day and all night, was testing every professional skill Matt was determined to prove. And challenging every private desire he was finding impossible to ignore.

Intuition: Its Powers and Perils

by David G. Myers

A professor of psychology presents an engaging and accessible book that shows that, while intuition can provide useful and often amazing insights, it can also be dangerously misleading. Drawing on recent research, Myers discusses the powers and perils of intuition.

The Intuitive Body: Aikido as a Clairsentient Practice

by Wendy Palmer

Intuitive Body draws on the principles of the Japanese martial art aikido and meditation to present a unique method of cultivating awareness, attention, and self-acceptance.

The Intuitive Body: Discovering the Wisdom of Conscious Embodiment and Aikido

by Wendy Palmer

The Intuitive Bodydraws on the principles of the non-aggressive Japanese martial art aikido and meditation to present a fresh approach to cultivating awareness, attention, and self-acceptance. Author Wendy Palmer shows readers through basic practice and partner exercises how to become more aware of the body and trust its innate wisdom. She introduces exercises from the Conscious Embodiment and Intuition Training program she pioneered, connection movement, meditation, and breathing. These exercises form a daily practice that can help the process of integration, of deepening and unifying the self, and learning to deal with fear and anger. Written in a direct yet nurturing style and based on the author's many years of practice and teaching, this revised edition ofThe Intuitive Bodycontains new material on Conscious Embodiment movement and meditation practices. Also here are new chapters on advocating without aggressing and the wisdom of not knowing -- embodying the qualities of dignity and integrity in everyday life. The book is ideal for readers who are already engaged in the process of becoming, as well as for those who are looking for ways to find the courage to begin.

Intuitive Living: A Sacred Path

by Alan Seale

This modern guidebook to spiritual growth starts with the awakening of self-awareness; awareness of our bodies, our feelings, our thoughts and the energy that flows through every cell of our being. It leads us to the inner states of freedom and peace,seen not as the absence of conflict, but rather a response based on a deeply rooted knowledge that no matter what is happening around you, nothing can harm you at your center. Seale works with the tool of meditation and shows how we can open to the language of love and Spirit. Includes 45 exercises and meditations which speak to us in profoundly different ways at each stage of spiritual growth and can therefore be of great value both now and as our practice deepens. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.

Intuitive Security

by Lloyd Vaughan

"Sir, thank you so much, you've done a great job here."-Former U.S. President Bill ClintonFrom celebrities like Bill Clinton to Jamie Foxx, Lloyd Vaughan is the one they call. With no gun or violence necessary, Lloyd had been protecting high profile people with just one weapon...his instinct. Learn how to turn off your email properly, avoid stalkers and not be an identity theft victim. A must read for you, your family, friends and colleagues.Lloyd Vaughan has been an undercover police officer and personal bodyguard and is currently a private investigator. With years of experience, he is able to reflect on how he nurtured his instinct and the near death consequences of not listening to it. Now he can teach you to do the same.

The Intuitive Way

by Penney Peirce

A renowned intuitive and visionary shows you how to know what you need to know just when you need to know it.Intuition is not a rare gift that only a gifted few possess but an innate human capacity that can be enhanced and developed. Synthesizing insights from psychology, East- West philosophy, religion, metaphysics, and business, this hands-on workbook in the tradition of Julia Cameron's The Artist's Way, can teach anyone to achieve a heightened state of perceptual vitality and integrate it into daily life. Intuition, writes Penney Peirce, is "not the opposite of logic," but rather "a comprehensive way of knowing life that includes both left-brain analytical thinking and right-brain communication states." On a practical level, intuition enables us to learn faster and make quicker, more inspired decisions. On a deeper level, it "is a powerful tool that can heal the painful split we all feel between our earthly, mundane selves and our divine, eternal selves." Widely praised in its earlier editions, this new edition of The Intuitive Way, with a Foreword by Carol Adrienne, will introduce Penney Peirce's pioneering work to a whole new readership.

Intuitive Wellness

by Laura Alden Kamm

Twenty years ago, Laura Alden Kamm recovered from a near-death experience with the amazing new ability to telepathically scan the structure of a person's body and see inner disturbances in intricate detail. Kamm also had the ability to see Kirlian fields -- the electromagnetic energies that pulse around all organic matter. She has since created educational programs to train others in the intuitive way to prevent or reverse disease. Kamm shows us how to become our own healers by both preventing disease before it manifests physically and treating existing conditions. Clearly explaining both ancient and newly developing philosophies that guide her work, she offers quick, simple, and practical exercises that help readers learn about their unique energy systems, develop confidence in their intuition, and resolve emotional and physical pain.

Invader (Foreigner Series #2)

by C. J. Cherryh

Nearly two centuries after the starship Phoenix disappeared into the heavens, leaving an isolated colony of humans on the world of the Atevi, it unexpectedly returns to orbit overhead, threatening the stability of both Atevi and human government. This is the sequel to Foreigner.

Invaders

by Rob Hale

This fifth grade reading series introduces readers to ecology, global environment and the costly mistakes importation of non-native species have on the global ecology. "Invaders" seeks to educate its young readers to think carefully about how even small actions may have devastating effects on global animal and plant habitats.

The Invaders (The Outer Limits, #5)

by John Peel

Dinosaurs were extinct millions of years ago. But what would happen if maybe some dinosaur DNA survived? And what if it could be revived and transferred into a living host? A host just like...you?

The Invasion

by Nancy Rue

Book 5 in the Christian Heritage Series, The Williamsburg Years. Thomas tries to stop his father's plantation overseer from mistreating the servants, then Caroline is taken prisoner by a crazed British captain!

Invasion from the Planet of the Cows (Maximum Boy #4)

by Dan Greenburg

When a barn-shaped UFO visits our solar system, the world comes face to face with a very menacing group of alien cows. And the cows want milk! Clearly, this is not the job for just any superhero.

The Invasion of Canada

by Pierre Berton

To America's leaders in 1812, an invasion of Canada seemed to be "a mere matter of marching," as Thomas Jefferson confidently predicted. How could a nation of 8 million fail to subdue a struggling colony of 300,000? Yet, when the campaign of 1812 ended, the only Americans left on Canadian soil were prisoners of war. Three American armies had been forced to surrender, and the British were in control of all of Michigan Territory and much of Indiana and Ohio.In this remarkable account of the war's first year and the events that led up to it, Pierre Berton transforms history into an engrossing narrative that reads like a fast-paced novel. Drawing on personal memoirs and diaries as well as official dispatches, the author has been able to get inside the characters of the men who fought the war -- the common soldiers as well as the generals, the bureaucrats and the profiteers, the traitors and the loyalists.Berton believes that if there had been no war, most of Ontario would probably be American today; and if the war had been lost by the British, all of Canada would now be part of the United States. But the War of 1812, or more properly the myth of the war, served to give the new settlers a sense of community and set them on a different course from that of their neighbours.From the Trade Paperback edition.

Invasion of Privacy

by Perri O'Shaughnessy

Twelve years ago, a young girl disappeared. Now a filmmaker has made a movie about it. The girl's parents call it invasion of privacy. A woman lawyer calls it murder. The bloodstains on the courtroom floor belong to attorney Nina Reilly. Months earlier she'd been shot during a heated murder trial. She should have died that day. Instead, Nina has returned to the same Lake Tahoe court. Her only concession to her lingering fear is to give up criminal law. She figures an invasion of privacy lawsuit is a nice, safe civil action that will help her support her young son and pay the bills for her one-woman law office. She figures wrong.Nina's client is Terry London, a filmmaker whose documentary about a missing girl is raising disturbing questions. The girl's distraught parents believe the film invades their privacy. But Terry's brutal murder changes everything. Breaking her promise to herself, Nina decides to defend Terry's accused murderer, a man she'd known years before and hoped never to see again. Suddenly the secrets of Nina's past are beginning to surface in a murder case that gets more dangerous every day. The evidence against her client is shocking and ironclad--a video of Terry's dying words. The only chance Nina has to save the man may be illegal. And if it fails, Nina may lose the case, her practice... and even her life. From the Paperback edition.

Invasion of Privacy (Nina Reilly #2)

by Perri O'Shaughnessy

A second legal thriller featuring female attorney Nina Reilly, who finds herself with private and family traumas, as well as becoming involved with the defence of a person who she is almost certain committed dreadful crimes.

Invasion of the Mind Snatchers: Television's Conquest of America in the Fifties

by Eric Burns

When the first television was demonstrated in 1927, a headline in The New York Timesread, "Like a Photo Come to Life. " It was a momentous occasion. But the power of television wasn't fully harnessed until the 1950s, when the medium was, as Eric Burns says, "At its most preoccupying, its most life-altering. " And Burns, a former NBC News correspondent who is an Emmy-winner for his broadcast writing,knows about the impact of television. Invasion of the Mind Snatcherschronicles the influence of television that was watched daily by the baby boomer generation. As kids became spellbound by Howdy Doodyand The Ed Sullivan Show,Burns reveals, they often acted out their favorite programs. Likewise, they purchased the merchandise being promoted by performers, and became fascinated by the personalities they saw on screen, often emulating their behavior. It was the first generation raised by TV and Burns looks at both the promise of broadcasting as espoused by the inventors, and how that promise was both redefined and lost by the corporations who helped to spread the technology. Yet Burns also contextualizes the social, cultural, and political events that helped shape the Fifties-from Sputnik and the Rosenberg trial to Senator Joseph McCarthy's Red Scare. In doing so, he charts the effect of television on politics, religion, race, and sex, and how the medium provided a persuasive message to the young, impressionable viewers.

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