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The Devil's Own

The Devil's Own
Author: Christopher Newman
Publisher: Dell
Total Pages: 292
Release: 1997
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9780440223870

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Based on a story by Kevin Jarre. Screenplay by David Aaron Cohen & Vincent Patrick and Kevin Jarre.


The Devil's Own

The Devil's Own
Author: Sandra Brown
Publisher: Class Ebook Editions Ltd
Total Pages:
Release: 2017-11-02
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1944654143

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Of the lot, this man was still her best bet. He not only looked the most inebriated, but the most disreputable – lean and hungry and totally without principle. Once he was sober, he would no doubt be easy to buy. “Sister” Kerry Bishop got more than she bargained for when she entered the seedy bar seeking the services of a man, more particularly a mercenary. Linc O’Neal wasn’t the soldier of fortune Kerry mistook him for...but he proved to be just as dangerous and twice as unscrupulous. Linc agrees to help Kerry rescue a group of children from a ruthless dictator, but his motivation is far from noble. If they survive what appears to be a suicide mission, he plans to take Kerry’s promised fifty thousand dollars—in addition to her body—which she provocatively advertised in order to trick him, then withheld. With innocent lives at stake, malevolence and distrust all around, and forbidden desire simmering between them, the steamy atmosphere surrounding Kerry and Linc has little to do with the jungle they must penetrate. Struggling against all odds to stay alive, they discover that their real challenge is to fight the devil within.


The Devil's Own Work (Valancourt 20th Century Classics)

The Devil's Own Work (Valancourt 20th Century Classics)
Author: Alan Judd
Publisher:
Total Pages: 102
Release: 2015-01-06
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781941147382

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"More chills in its little length than in a whole shelf of bestsellers." - Stephen King "At once moral fable, cautionary ghost story and inspired attack on the whole hellbent drift of modern letters, this is a splendid tale, splendidly told, which Ford or Henry James would have been glad to have written." - Robert Nye, "Guardian" "Wry and insightful . . . toys with the notion of demonic possession but becomes a thoroughly realistic and highly original story of revenge; a chilling cautionary tale." - Elaine Kendall, "Los Angeles Times" "A brief return to the world of Faust, Mephistopheles and the Devil pact. Mr. Judd . . . achieves a deep polish." - Robert Grudin, "The New York Times Book Review" After Edward, a rising young author, pens a savage review of the new novel by the world-famous O.M. Tyrell, he is surprised to receive an invitation to visit the old man at his villa in the south of France. The night of their meeting, Tyrell dies, and soon after, Edward's career mysteriously starts to soar as he earns fame, fortune and critical acclaim. But despite his achievements, Edward seems haunted, even tormented. His friend, the narrator, begins to put together the pieces of the story: an ancient, inscrutable manuscript, a beautiful, ageless woman who attaches herself to any writer who possesses it, and a bargain to achieve success at a terrible price . . . Winner of Britain's prestigious Guardian Fiction Prize, Alan Judd's modern classic "The Devil's Own Work" (1991) is, as Owen King writes in the new introduction to this edition, "a perfect novel about the demonic possession that is literary ambition." This edition also features a new afterword by the author, in which he reveals the inspirations for this haunting tale.


Devil's Own Luck

Devil's Own Luck
Author: Denis Edwards
Publisher: Pen and Sword
Total Pages: 260
Release: 2001-08-01
Genre: History
ISBN: 0850528690

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Although strictly forbidden to keep diaries, Denis Edwards managed to record his experiences throughout nearly all his time in Europe in 1944-45. He brilliantly conveys what it was like to be facing death, day after day, night after night, with never a bed to sleep in nor a hot meal to go home to. This is warfare in the raw ' brutal, yet humorous, immensely tragic, but sadly, all true.


The Devil's Own Luck

The Devil's Own Luck
Author: David Donachie
Publisher: Allison & Busby
Total Pages: 309
Release: 2015-12-17
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0749019077

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During the Napoleonic Wars, Harry and James Ludlow are aboard the Magnanime, a gunship under the command of Oliver Carter. Oliver and Harry are old rivals and when James is found near the dead body of the First Lieutenant, Carter assumes James is the murderer. Harry has to prove otherwise.


The Devil's Own

The Devil's Own
Author: Janet Louise Roberts
Publisher: Severn House Pub Limited
Total Pages: 175
Release: 1988
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9780727816658

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The Devil's Own

The Devil's Own
Author: K. A. Fox
Publisher:
Total Pages:
Release: 2019
Genre:
ISBN: 9781947392489

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To apprehend a demonic murderer, Delaney Murphy must abandon her self-imposed isolation, accept help from new companions, and embrace the magical abilites that make her the Devil's daughter.


The Devil's Own Duke

The Devil's Own Duke
Author: Lenora Bell
Publisher: HarperCollins
Total Pages: 301
Release: 2021-09-28
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0062993364

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USA Today bestseller Lenora Bell returns to her Wallflowers vs. Rogues series with a romance between a lady and the scoundrel claiming to be next-in-line for her father’s title. Lady Henrietta Prince is far too busy for romance. She's dedicated her life to turning her family vineyards into a profitable sparkling wine venture. But when she shares a thrilling kiss at midnight with a handsome stranger, she's captivated...until he claims to be the distant heir to her father's dukedom. Ash Ellis is a gambler who lives life on the edge. Now he's locked his sights on a glittering prize and nothing will stand in his way. When Henrietta is forced to marry the wicked rogue to keep her beloved vineyards, she vows that Ash will never have her trust, or her love. Even if his kisses are more intoxicating than the finest champagne. His new bride is certainly beautiful, but biddable? Not so much. Ash will settle for nothing less than Henrietta's total surrender...but is he the one in danger of losing his heart?


The Devil's Own

The Devil's Own
Author: Deborah Lisson
Publisher: Lothian Children's Books
Total Pages: 169
Release: 2000
Genre: Adventure stories
ISBN: 9780734401281

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Fifteen-year-old Julie resents having to go on a family yachting trip - She yearns for adventure - Soon she finds herself caught up in a three hundred-year-old nightmare of treachery and murder.


The Devil's Own Work

The Devil's Own Work
Author: Barnet Schecter
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Total Pages: 450
Release: 2009-05-26
Genre: History
ISBN: 080271837X

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As Barnet Schecter dramatically shows in The Devil's Own Work, the cataclysm in New York was anything but an isolated incident; rather, it was a microcosm-within the borders of the supposedly loyal northern states-of the larger Civil War between the North and South. The riots erupted over the same polarizing issues--of slavery versus freedom for African Americans and the scope of federal authority over states and individuals--that had torn the nation apart. And the riots' aftermath foreshadowed the compromises that would bedevil Reconstruction and delay the process of integration for the next 100 years. The story of the draft riots come alive in the voices of passionate newspaper rivals Horace Greeley and Manton Marble; black leader Rev. Henry Highland Garnet and renegade Democrat Fernando Wood; Irish soldier Peter Welsh and conservative diarist Maria Daly; and many others. In chronicling this violent demonstration over the balance between centralized power and civil liberties in a time of national emergency, The Devil's Own Work (Walt Whitman's characterization of the riots) sheds new light on the Civil War era and on the history of protest and reform in America.