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Parliamentary Papers

Parliamentary Papers
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
Total Pages: 296
Release: 1831
Genre: Great Britain

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Day Dreams. [Verses.]

Day Dreams. [Verses.]
Author: John ANDREWS (B.A., Barrister.)
Total Pages: 116
Release: 1865

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Mohun, or The Last Days of Lee and his Paladins

Mohun, or The Last Days of Lee and his Paladins
Author: John Esten Cooke
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Total Pages: 554
Release: 2018-09-20
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 3734021669

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Reproduction of the original: Mohun, or The Last Days of Lee and his Paladins by John Esten Cooke

The Last Days of Detroit

The Last Days of Detroit
Author: Mark Binelli
Publisher: Random House
Total Pages: 340
Release: 2013-01-10
Genre: History
ISBN: 1448137705

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Once America's capitalist dream town, the Silicon Valley of the Jazz Age, Detroit became the country's greatest urban failure, having fallen the longest and the furthest. The city of Henry Ford, modernity, and Motown found itself blighted by riots, arson, unemployment, crime and corruption. But what happens to a once-great place after it has been used up and discarded? Who stays there to try to make things work again? And what sorts of newcomers are drawn there? Mark Binelli returned to his native Detroit to explore the city's swathes of abandoned buildings, miles of urban prairie, and streets filled with wild dogs, to tell the story of the new society emerging from the debris. Here he chronicles Detroit with its urban farms and vibrant arts scene, Detroit as a laboratory for the post-industrial, post-recession world, Detroit reimagined as a city for a new century.

The Last Days of Madame Rey

The Last Days of Madame Rey
Author: A.W. Hill
Publisher: Catapult
Total Pages: 334
Release: 2010-02-10
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1582436851

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In The Last Days of Madame Rey, Stephen Raszer—sleuth, scholar, shaman, and private eye—goes to hell and back to save the soul of his client's son, an ambitious and sexually conflicted young lawyer named Fortis Cohn. Fortis has drifted to the wrong side of the karmic tracks, and Raszer has been hired to free him from the spell cast by a neo–Nazi demagogue. On his quest to expose the spiritual hucksters who have duped Fortis, Raszer encounters more than Old and New World mysticism. A series of eerily unnatural earthquakes is rippling through Northern California, and it's possible that the cult behind Fortis's disappearance may be involved. Meanwhile, a cryptic message is left in the hands of a gypsy fortuneteller, and to learn its meaning, Raszer must put his trust in a stunningly sensuous and far too independent–minded operative named April Blessing. He will follow her almost literally to the ends of the earth to unravel the ancient mystery encoded in the gypsy's message. From its pseudo–gnostic predators to its bedazzled souls, The Last Days of Madame Rey is high on humor, rich on adventure, and injected with addictive, heart–stopping suspense.

Through the Thicket

Through the Thicket
Author: Ivan W. Bowden
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Total Pages: 332
Release: 2017-12-22
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 1532634390

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Unceremoniously dismissed from his lectureship in New Testament, Dr. Edward J. Sutherland uses his forced retirement to struggle through a thicket of end-times issues in a conservative church. Interaction with a defense lawyer induces him to reconsider his inherited eschatology by engaging honestly with the biblical text. He faces conflict within himself, with a crusading dispensationalist, church elders, a newly appointed American pastor, and a militant atheist. Set in the Sunshine Coast of subtropical Australia, the book goes beyond entertaining through romance, touches of humor, and conflict resolution. Readers are exposed to vigorous discussions: at a surf club, a backyard barbecue, a second-coming conference, in a neighbor’s lounge room, or via email. They are forced to examine their presuppositions on topics including the rapture, the antichrist, the tribulation, the purpose of Christ’s second coming, and the kingdom of God. Whether they alter their views on such topics is less important than that they cultivate sound principles of biblical interpretation, uphold the integrity of Jesus and the biblical authors, and respect fellow Christians with whom they disagree.

Bright Poems for Dark Days

Bright Poems for Dark Days
Author: Julie Sutherland
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children's Books
Total Pages: 130
Release: 2021-12-21
Genre: Poetry
ISBN: 0711266816

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An illustrated anthology of uplifting poetry.

Coming Home

Coming Home
Author: Rosanna Bowles
Publisher: Abrams
Total Pages: 184
Release: 2018-01-16
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 1613121261

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Home is where the heart ought to be. But nowadays too many of us are missing the human connection and emotional replenishment that only a rewarding home life can bestow. Designer Rosanna Bowles wants to change that. In Coming Home, she shares a year-round plan for establishing traditions—and, in the process, making memories—that will restore home to its central place in your family’s life. Taking her cues from the seasons’ changing moods—spring’s awakening, summer’s vibrancy, fall’s bittersweet transition, and winter’s introspection—Bowles creates a calendar of activities, rituals, and celebrations that will bring you back home in the deepest and most fulfilling sense. And because the table is where family and beloved friends most often come together, she provides more than fifty favorite recipes—for simple family meals and sumptuous holiday feasts—that deliciously express each season’s character.

A Cornish Summer's Kiss

A Cornish Summer's Kiss
Author: Jo Bartlett
Publisher: Boldwood Books Ltd
Total Pages: 199
Release: 2021-08-30
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1800489838

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From the top 10 bestselling author of The Cornish Midwife. Two years after losing her husband, Finn, Lexie Turner is still struggling. She knows she needs to move on, but she has no idea where to begin. Packing up her life in London, Lexie heads to the coastal town of Port Kara to spend the summer working out her next move. With only her beloved Labrador for company, it’s the perfect place to start again. But life in Port Kara is nothing like Lexie expected! Soon, she finds herself drawn into the close-knit community, unable to hide away. And when she meets local man, Elliott Dorton, Lexie begins to feel her broken heart slowly come back to life... Elliott is kind but adventurous and his job requires him to take risks daily – something Lexie isn’t ready to deal with. Can she trust in Elliott and risk her heart breaking a second time, or will their one Cornish summer be all that Lexie can hope for? From Jo Bartlett, the bestselling author of The Cornish Midwives Series, comes another emotional read about second chances and having the courage to grab them with all your heart. Praise for Jo Bartlett: 'I love second chance stories. I love returning home stories. So a book combining both is an absolute winner for me. The Cornish Midwife is simply gorgeous. Stunning setting, wonderful characters, and oozing with warmth. A triumph from Jo Bartlett.' Jessica Redland 'Perfectly written and set in the beating heart of a community, this story is a wonderful slice of Cornish escapism.' Helen J Rolfe