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To Collar a Killer (Jack and Jamie Mystery #3)

by Lee Charles Kelley

In this delightful and witty third book in our wonderful series created by veteran dog trainer Lee Charles Kelley, a clever kennel owner, his lady love, and his loyal canines must solve their most sinister mystery yet! One of Maine kennel owner Jack Field's favourite pastimes is spending quality time with a fun-loving pooch--which is why he's playing fetch with a Corgi named Tipper instead of mingling at a July 4th shindig. But when Tipper returns with a bloodstained boating cap in his teeth, the ex-New York cop decides to investigate...and finds an anonymous dead body clutching the tennis ball Jack tossed away moments before. The local law think Jack's the killer, since he had the opportunity and, as it turns out, a motive. Even his loyal and lovely fiancÉe, sometime medical examiner Dr. Jamie Cutter, is troubled by evidence that contradicts Jack's tale. Someone's going to great lengths to frame Jack Field, and he's determined to find out why--even though everyone, from a powerful tycoon to a Miami drug lord to a whole passel of professional killers, is equally determined to see him doggoned dead!

To Conquer Chaos

by John Brunner

In TO CONQUER CHAOS, Brunner gives us a heaping helping of classic planetary SF adventure. The barrenland is a mystery and an enigma a dangerous and terrifying place that none who enter ever return from. More than three hundred miles around, it has existed far longer than collective memory can guess and, all too often, strange beasts emerge from it and kill at random. Conrad, who lives on the edge of the barrenland, is haunted by visions of its past as a haven, populated by magical people who could travel between worlds and only when he meets Jervis Yenderman, a soldier who has knowledge of the visions and who believes that within the barrenland is an island of human survivors--and that one man has escaped it within recent memory."One of the most important science fiction authors. Brunner held a mirror up to reflect our foibles because he wanted to save us from ourselves."--SF SiteFor each generation, there is a writer meant to bend the rules of what we know. Hugo Award winner (Best Novel, STAND ON ZANZIBAR) and British science fiction master John Brunner remains one of the most influential and respected authors of all time, and now E-Reads is pleased to re-introduce many of his classic works. For readers familiar with his vision, it's a chance to re-examine his thoughtful worlds and words, while for new readers, Brunner's work proves itself the very definition of timeless.

To Crave a Blood Moon (Moon Chasers #3)

by Sharie Kohler

The third in Sharie Kohler's sexy werewolf series, following the sultry paranormal novels Marked By Moonlight, and Kiss of a Dark Moon. Psychic Chloe Ferguson has spent her life hiding from the emotions other people feel, until a pack of bloodthirsty lycans brutally attacks her and places her in a cell with a dangerous, starved, half-breed werewolf. Suddenly, she is overcome with terror, fury, and desire. What's even more frightening than being on the fast track to becoming a lycan herself is her own blood-burning need for her darkly sexy cellmate. Half-breed Sebastian Santiago is more animal than human when Chloe is tossed into his cell. His enemies expect him to feed on her for survival, but the beautiful woman with the tender eyes of a wounded animal ignites a hunger in him that has nothing to do with his body's need for food...and everything to do with his dark appetite to possess her, body and soul. from their deadly captors to seize a love neither dreamed possible?

To Crush the Moon

by Wil Mccarthy

Once the Queendom of Sol was a glowing monument to humankind's loftiest dreams. Ageless and immortal, its citizens lived in peaceful splendor. But as Sol buckled under the swell of an immorbid population, space itself literally ran out.

To Dance with Fireflies

by Kathie Harrington

The ghosts of Stephen Grant's Vietnam experience awaken through a rekindled twenty-six-year-old romance in the middle of Iowa that transforms him forever. Forty-five-year-old Steven lives alone in the world he has built around himself, a labyrinth of artifacts and history, memories and ghosts until July 4, 1993. When Audrey Benway reenters his life, secrets unravel and shadows of the past quarter of a century struggle against each other with passion, love, and grief. Nothing can stop Stephen and his Audie as they encounter life, as we all want to discover, how "To Dance with Fireflies. "

To Darkness and to Death (A Rev. Clare Fergusson/Russ Van Alstyne Mystery)

by Julia Spencer-Fleming

4th in series featuring Episcopal priest Clare Ferguson.

To Desire a Wilde

by Kimberly Kaye Terry

Shilah Wilde has called the Wyoming Wilde ranch home since he was a child. So when its future is threatened, the Native American rancher is the first to defend the sprawling Western spread he shares with his two brothers-even if it means going head-to-head against veterinarian Ellie Crandall. Th e shy girl he once knew has matured into a stunning, sensual beauty. And it will be his pleasure to rein her in! Ellie has a tough job to do, but how can she resist the tall, dark and smoldering cowboy? Shilah makes her feel like a complete woman...and the fiery passion he's awakening is tempting her to give up business for pleasure. But can she trust this loyal, sexy man whose sizzling kisses are lassoing her heart and slowly steering her toward love?

To Destroy You Is No Loss: The Odyssey of a Cambodian Family

by Joan D. Criddle Teeda Butt Mam

Explains the horrendous and evil history that was being made in Cambodia during 70's and 80's. This biography is about an educated Cambodian family who was exiled from Phnom Penh, along with the entire city full of inhabitants by The Khmer Rouge.

To Die For

by Sharon Green

HE WAS TALL, STRONG AND DETERMINED... And Mike Gerard was the best detective the police academy had ever bred. Tanda Grail desperately needed help finding answers about her brother's death, and Mike, with his virile magnetism and rock-solid manliness, was like Galahad with a badge. While the cop in Mike wanted to know what secrets Tanda might have uncovered, the man in him wnated to know how she had affected him as no woman ever had before. Her determination to involve herself in his investigation had Mike vowing to protect Tanda at all costs and to bring her brother's murderer to justice. But did honor and duty alone motivate him, or did he also hope to capture himself a bride?

To Each His Own

by Leonardo Sciascia Adrienne Foulke W. S. Di Piero

This letter is your death sentence. To avenge what you have done you will die. But what has Manno the pharmacist done? Nothing that he can think of. The next day he and his hunting companion are both dead. The police investigation is inconclusive. However, a modest high school teacher with a literary bent has noticed a clue that, he believes, will allow him to trace the killer. Patiently, methodically, he begins to untangle a web of erotic intrigue and political calculation. But the results of his amateur sleuthing are unexpected--and tragic. To Each His Own is one of the masterworks of the great Sicilian novelist Leonardo Sciascia--a gripping and unconventional detective story that is also an anatomy of a society founded on secrets, lies, collusion, and violence.

To Each its Own Meaning: An Introduction to Biblical Criticisms and their Application

by Steven L. Mckenzie Stephen R. Haynes

This volume introduces the reader to the most important methods of biblical criticism. It serves as an indispensable handbook for the work of students approaching biblical studies for the first time and for the professional interpreter of scripture who wants to understand the latest currents in biblical scholarship.

To Elvis with Love

by Lena Canada

Loneliness of a young Swedish nurse's aid trainee named Lena and of an orphan girl named Karen with cerebral palsy is alleviated when they meet and form a close bond. When Karen shares her secret love of Elvis with Lena, they embark on a difficult quest to make contact with him. The story tells of the deep emotional struggles of Lena and Karen--their joys and sorrows, told with sensitivity and compassion.

To Encourage the Others

by David Yallop

The Murder Case that Shook a Generation On 2nd November 1952, two teenagers were trapped by police on a warehouse roof. In the course of what the national press were to describe as 'a Chicago-style gun battle', P.C. Sidney Miles was shot between the eyes and died. 16-year-old Christopher Craig and 19-year-old Derek Bentley were subsequently arrested and sent to trial. They came to personify the disaffected youth of post-war Britain, but Derek Bentley became much more. His story and ultimate fate are unique in the annals of criminal history. Originally published in 1971, and the subject of a controversial television play, To Encourage the Others dramatically re-opens a case which still demands that justice be done. There are many reasons why David Yallop is considered the world's greatest investigative author. To Encourage the Others is one of them: as powerful an argument against capital punishment as has ever been published.

To End All Wars: A Story of Loyalty and Rebellion, 1914-1918

by Adam Hochschild

World War I stands as one of history's most senseless spasms of carnage, defying rational explanation. In a riveting, suspenseful narrative with haunting echoes for our own time, Adam Hochschild brings it to life as never before. He focuses on the long-ignored moral drama of the war's critics, alongside its generals and heroes. Thrown in jail for their opposition to the war were Britain's leading investigative journalist, a future winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, and an editor who, behind bars, published a newspaper for his fellow inmates on toilet paper. These critics were sometimes intimately connected to their enemy hawks: one of Britain's most prominent women pacifist campaigners had a brother who was commander in chief on the Western Front. Two well-known sisters split so bitterly over the war that they ended up publishing newspapers that attacked each other. Today, hundreds of military cemeteries spread across the fields of northern France and Belgium contain the bodies of millions of men who died in the "war to end all wars." Can we ever avoid repeating history?

To Fly Again: Surviving the Tailspins of Life

by Dean Merrill Gracia Burnham

Reflecting on the horific year hse and her husband, Marten, spent as hostages in the Thelipene jungle and her experiences since returning home Gracia shares how she is rebuilding her life by god's grace alone. you may be one of the many thousands who know the Burnham's story or perhaps you are seeking direction and hope in the midst of your own pain. This book addresses the confusion, fear, anxiety , and loss of control that all peiple in crisis experience. It also illistrates how God longs to pour his grace in to people with broken dreams and fill there life with new meaning and joy.

To Forgive Design: Understanding Failure

by Henry Petroski

When planes crash, bridges collapse, and automobile gas tanks explode, we are quick to blame poor design. But Henry Petroski says we must look beyond design for causes and corrections. Known for his masterly explanations of engineering successes and failures, Petroski here takes his analysis a step further, to consider the larger context in which accidents occur. In "To Forgive Design" he surveys some of the most infamous failures of our time, from the 2007 Minneapolis bridge collapse and the toppling of a massive Shanghai apartment building in 2009 to Bostons prolonged Big Dig and the 2010 Gulf oil spill. These avoidable disasters reveal the interdependency of people and machines within systems whose complex behavior was undreamt of by their designers, until it was too late. Petroski shows that even the simplest technology is embedded in cultural and socioeconomic constraints, complications, and contradictions. Failure to imagine the possibility of failure is the most profound mistake engineers can make. Software developers realized this early on and looked outside their young field, to structural engineering, as they sought a historical perspective to help them identify their own potential mistakes. By explaining the interconnectedness of technology and culture and the dangers that can emerge from complexity, Petroski demonstrates that we would all do well to follow their lead.

To Freedom Condemned

by Jean-Paul Sartre Justus Streller

Jean-Paul Sartre's most influential existentialist work, Being and Nothingness, broken down into its most fertile ideas In To Freedom Condemned, Sartre's most influential work, Being and Nothingness, is laid bare, presenting the philosopher's key ideas regarding existentialism. Covering the philosophers Hegel, Heidegger, and Husserl, and mulling over such topics as love, God, death, and freedom, To Freedom Condemned goes on to consider Sartre's treatment of the complexities around human existence.

To Fudge or Not to Fudge

by Nancy Coco

"Fun characters, quaint setting, mouth-watering recipes." --RT Book ReviewsLife is sweet for Allie McMurphy, proud owner of Historic McMurphy Hotel and Fudge Shop on Mackinac Island--until murder and deception leave a bitter taste. . .Mulch Ado About MurderWith summer in bloom and tourists afoot, Allie is out walking her pup, Mal, when the curious canine digs up a bone from under a flowering lilac bush. The bone leads to a toe that's missing a body. For the successful confectionaire it's only the first in a series of sour events in the middle of the island's Lilac Fest. When her stint on a cooking reality show swirls up a trail of foul play, Allie will have to outwit a cunning killer if she wants to continue living la dolce vida. . .Praise for All Fudged Up"Fun, lively." --JoAnna Carl"A sweet treat with memorable characters, a charming locale, and satisfying mystery." --Barbara Allan"A sweet confection of a book." --Joanna Campbell SlanHelp Support Pet Adoption--See details inside

To Guide and Guard

by Alexandra Hasluck

Relates the early history of the guide dog movement in Australia, the beginning ideas, the challenges, pitfalls, and successes.

To Have and Have Not

by Ernest Hemingway

To Have and Have Not is the dramatic, brutal story of Harry Morgan, an honest boat owner who is forced into running contraband between Cuba and Key West as a means of keeping his crumbling family financially afloat. His adventures lead him into the world of the wealthy and dissipated yachtsmen who swarm the region, and involve him in a strange and unlikely love affair. In this harshly realistic, yet oddly tender and wise novel, Hemingway perceptively delineates the personal struggles of both the "haves" and the "have nots" and creates one of the most subtle and moving portraits of a love affair in his oeuvre. In turn funny and tragic, lively and poetic, remarkable in its emotional impact, To Have and Have Not takes literary high adventure to a new level. As the Times Literary Supplement observed, "Hemingway's gift for dialogue, for effective understatement, and for communicating such emotions the tough allow themselves, has never been more conspicuous."

To Have and Have Not

by Ernest Hemingway

To Have and Have Not is the dramatic, brutal story of Harry Morgan, an honest boat owner who is forced into running contraband between Cuba and Key West as a means of keeping his crumbling family financially afloat. His adventures lead him into the world of the wealthy and dissipated yachtsmen who swarm the region, and involve him in a strange and unlikely love affair. In this harshly realistic, yet oddly tender and wise novel, Hemingway perceptively delineates the personal struggles of both the "haves" and the "have nots" and creates one of the most subtle and moving portraits of a love affair in his oeuvre. In turn funny and tragic, lively and poetic, remarkable in its emotional impact, To Have and Have Not takes literary high adventure to a new level. As the Times Literary Supplement observed, "Hemingway's gift for dialogue, for effective understatement, and for communicating such emotions the tough allow themselves, has never been more conspicuous."

To Heal as Jesus Healed

by Barbara Shlemon Ryan Matthew Linn Dennis Linn

The following quotes are taken from the back cover of the book: "Wonderful awesome things occur when the sick feel loved through the prayer and compassionate touch of caregivers." According to Barbara A Camden, the President of the Association of Christian Therapists, "This book assists and encourages caregivers to be vehicles of God's tender love and compassion. Simple explanations and real-life examples clarify the power of the Rite of Anointing of the Sick. Priests will find it especially helpful in dispelling the confusion and ignorance surrounding the Rite and in explaining its purpose and worth in any health care setting." The authors of the book, "DENNIS LINN and MATTHEW LINN, S.J. work together as a team (together with Sheila Linn), integrating physical, emotional and spiritual wholeness. They have worked as hospital chaplains and therapists, and have led courses and retreats on healing in over forty countries and in many universities and hospitals. They are the authors of fifteen books which have sold over a million copies in English and have been translated into more than fifteen different languages." Further, the author, "BARBARA SHLEMON RYAN is president of Beloved Ministry and chairs the Department of Pastoral Care for Trinity College of Graduate Studies. She travels nationally and internationally as a retreat director, workshop leader and conference speaker. Barbara is a founding member of the Association of Christian Therapists and a member of the Federation of Christian Ministries. She is the author of five highly successful books."

To Kill a Tiger

by Jid Lee

An unforgettable memoir weaving the author?s childhood with five generations of Korean history Against the backdrop of modern Korea?s violent and tumultuous history, To Kill A Tiger is a searing portrait of a woman and a society in the midst of violent change. Drawing on Korean legend and myth, as well as an Asian woman?s unique perspective on the United States, Lee weaves her compelling personal narrative with a collective and accessible history of modern Korea, from Japanese colonialism to war-era comfort women, from the genocide of the Korean War to the government persecution and silence of Cold War-era pogroms. The ritual of storytelling, which she shares with the women of her family, serves as a window into a five-generation family saga, and it is through storytelling that Lee comes to appreciate the sacrifices of her ancestors and her own now American place in her family and society. In To Kill A Tiger Lee provides a revelatory look at war and modernization in her native country, a story of personal growth, and a tribute to the culture that formed her. .

To Kill or Cure (Matthew Bartholomew Chronicles #13)

by Susanna Gregory

Cambridge University is in dire financial straits--the town's landlords are demanding an extortionate rent rise for the students' hostels and the plague years have left the colleges with scant resources. Tension between town and gown is at a boiling point and soon explodes into violence and death. Into this maelstrom comes a charismatic physician whose healing methods owe more to magic than medicine--but his success threatens Matthew Bartholomew's professional reputation, and his life.

To Kiss in the Shadows (De Piaget #10)

by Lynn Kurland

Lianna of Grasleigh spends all her days weaving tapestries of dragons and shadows, avoiding the intrigues of court, and trying desperately with needle and thread to recapture the beauty she has lost. She dreams of a fearless knight to rescue her from the king's stern wardship...<P> Jason of Artane is determined to leave his past behind and pursue a noble quest, but his plans take a different turn when he crosses paths with a mysterious young woman. His life changes when he see her true self and pulls her out of the shadows and into his heart...<P> (originally published in the anthology "Tapestry")

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