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The Cost of Haven

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Three Great Cities remain while all others have fallen to the forces of evil. Deagan Wingrat is a battle-hardened knight in the squalid city of Darkwell. That is until his drastic actions during a raid in the Border Lands call his loyalty into question and he is cast out of the knighthood for good. He is forced to give back his golden chain, his white belt, and worst of all, his warhorse, Maggie. He is, however, allowed to keep his sword, and before long he needs it. He turns to his longtime friend Kellen Wayfield, a charming merchant with a questionable past who becomes alarmed when one of his trade caravans fails to return from its voyage to the nearby city of Haven. Meanwhile Guard Androth of Haven is sworn to silence yet knows secrets that could expose a villainous plot involving the Royal Lordthe same lord that the black knight is oath-sworn to protect. And Sir Oscar, chief of the Dragon Riders, is foiled at every turn as his knights are used as pawns in a deadly game. The city of Haven is falling. Deagan and the others must try to stop it, but at what cost?

The Guards of Haven

The Guards of Haven Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Simon R. Green
Editor: Jabberwocky Literary Agency, Inc.
ISBN: 1625671520
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The Guards of Haven by Simon R. Green Summary

Only two things stand between Haven’s law abiding citizens and the city’s notoriously dangerous criminal element: Hawk and Fisher. As Captains of the Haven City Guard, Hawk and Fisher deliver justice, root out corruption, and fight crime with a deadly combination of sharp steel and even sharper instincts. But it isn’t easy. A volatile mix of natural and supernatural violence, Haven is a terrible place to be after dark...and not much better during daylight. Guards of Haven collects books #4 through #6 of New York Times bestselling author Simon R. Green’s beloved Hawk & Fisher series. Wolf in the Fold In a risky undercover case, Hawk and Fisher have only 24-hours at a high society funeral to catch a shapeshifting spy with a dangerous secret who hides among one of Haven’s wealthiest families. Guard Against Dishonor When the influx of a deadly new drug threatens Haven, Hawk and Fisher must track down and crush the source, pitting them against Haven’s most powerful politicians, its sleaziest criminals, and...each other. The Bones of Haven Amid tense political negotiations in Haven, Hawk and Fisher join forces with the Special Wizardry and Tactics team to stop a ruthless terrorist who is determined to drag the country into a brutal war.

How to Reduce the Cost of Software Testing

How to Reduce the Cost of Software Testing Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Matthew Heusser,Govind Kulkarni
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351689096
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How to Reduce the Cost of Software Testing by Matthew Heusser,Govind Kulkarni Summary

Plenty of software testing books tell you how to test well; this one tells you how to do it while decreasing your testing budget. A series of essays written by some of the leading minds in software testing, How to Reduce the Cost of Software Testing provides tips, tactics, and techniques to help readers accelerate the testing process, improve the performance of the test teams, and lower costs. The distinguished team of contributors—that includes corporate test leaders, best paper authors, and keynote speakers from leading software testing conferences—supply concrete suggestions on how to find cost savings without sacrificing outcome. Detailing strategies that testers can immediately put to use to reduce costs, the book explains how to make testing nimble, how to remove bottlenecks in the testing process, and how to locate and track defects efficiently and effectively. Written in language accessible to non-technical executives, as well as those doing the testing, the book considers the latest advances in test automation, ideology, and technology. Rather than present the perspective of one or two experts in software testing, it supplies the wide-ranging perspectives of a team of experts to help ensure your team can deliver a completed test cycle in less time, with more confidence, and reduced costs.

Haven

Haven Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mary Lindsey
Editor: Entangled: Teen
ISBN: 1633758842
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"We all hold a beast inside. The only difference is what form it takes when freed." Rain Ryland has never belonged anywhere. He’s used to people judging him for his rough background, his intimidating size, and now, his orphan status. He’s always been on the outside, looking in, and he’s fine with that. Until he moves to New Wurzburg and meets Friederike Burkhart. Freddie isn’t like normal teen girls, though. And someone wants her dead for it. Freddie warns he’d better stay far away if he wants to stay alive, but Rain’s never been good at running from trouble. For the first time, Rain has something worth fighting for, worth living for. Worth dying for.

Bridge to Haven

Bridge to Haven Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Francine Rivers
Editor: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 1414390823
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A New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestseller! In this riveting saga of temptation, grace, and unconditional love, the New York Times bestselling author of Redeeming Love and The Masterpiece delivers big-canvas storytelling at its very best. To those who matter in 1950s Hollywood, Lena Scott is the hottest rising star to hit the silver screen since Marilyn Monroe. Few know her real name is Abra. Even fewer know the price she’s paid to finally feel like she’s somebody. To Pastor Ezekiel Freeman, Abra will always be the little girl who stole his heart the night he found her, a wailing newborn abandoned under a bridge on the outskirts of Haven. Zeke and his son, Joshua—Abra’s closest friend—watch her grow into an exotic beauty. But Zeke knows the circumstances surrounding her birth have etched scars deep in her heart, scars that leave her vulnerable to a fast-talking charmer who lures her to Tinseltown. Hollywood feels like a million miles from Haven, and naive Abra quickly learns what’s expected of an ambitious girl with stars in her eyes. But fame comes at a devastating price. She has burned every bridge to get exactly what she thought she wanted. Now all she wants is a way back home. “One of the edgiest Christian romances I have had the pleasure of reading in a long while. Francine Rivers has woven a deeply moving story with an adept hand that knows just how to layer humanity, in all its beautiful and ugly truth, into almost every individual who steps onto the page.” —USA Today’s Happy Ever After Blog “This is another compelling and moving story by one of the genre’s most honored and talented writers.” —Library Journal, starred review “Rivers returns with a page-turning recasting of the story of the prodigal son, here a prodigal daughter. . . . This story arc will be particularly resonant for Christian readers, but Rivers has the writing ability to reel in others who enjoy a well-told tale of redemption.” —Publishers Weekly

Leadership and Global Justice

Leadership and Global Justice Pdf/ePub eBook Author: D. Hicks,T. Williamson
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137014695
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What does global justice look like, and how can leadership help get us there? The contributors explore justice in various spheres: citizenship, the marketplace, health, education, and the environment. And they provide creative and constructive moral approaches for evaluating and promoting global justice.

American Capitalism

American Capitalism Pdf/ePub eBook Author: John Galbraith
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351532871
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In his new introduction to this classic text on political economy, Galbraith reasserts the validity of the core thesis of American Capitalism: The best and established answer to economic power is the building of countervailing power. The trade union remains an equalizing force in the labor markets, and the chain store is the best answer to the market power of big food companies. This work remains an essential guidepost of American mores as well as that as of the American economy.

Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication

Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Robert L. Heath,H. Dan O'Hair
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1000116530
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Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication by Robert L. Heath,H. Dan O'Hair Summary

The Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication explores the scope and purpose of risk, and its counterpart, crisis, to facilitate the understanding of these issues from conceptual and strategic perspectives. Recognizing that risk is a central feature of our daily lives, found in relationships, organizations, governments, the environment, and a wide variety of interactions, contributors to this volume explore such questions as "What is likely to happen, to whom, and with what consequences?" "To what extent can science and vigilance prevent or mitigate negative outcomes?" and "What obligation do some segments of local, national, and global populations have to help other segments manage risks?", shedding light on the issues in the quest for definitive answers. The Handbook offers a broad approach to the study of risk and crisis as joint concerns. Chapters explore the reach of crisis and risk communication, define and examine key constructs, and parse the contexts of these vital areas. As a whole, the volume presents a comprehensive array of studies that highlight the standard principles and theories on both topics, serving as the largest effort to date focused on engaging risk communication discussions in a comprehensive manner. Now available in paperback, the Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication can be readily used in graduate coursework and individual research programs. With perspectives from psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science, economics, and communication, the Handbook provides vital insights for all disciplines studying risk, and is required reading for scholars and researchers investigating risk and crisis in various contexts.

The Project Manager's Guide to Purchasing

The Project Manager's Guide to Purchasing Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Garth Ward
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1317018877
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The Project Manager's Guide to Purchasing by Garth Ward Summary

This very practical guide describes the whole process of contracting for goods and services, from selecting tenderers to placing a contract. It details the key topics that are necessary for success, such as contract strategy, contract types, contract law and evaluating tenders. Whilst the book also addresses the project context in which purchasing takes place, the subject matter could equally be applied to any business context. The treatment of the subject assumes no prior knowledge but, at the same time, provides the experienced person with new, and sometimes unconventional, insights into the subject. The book includes personal experiences, cases and exercises in order to root the subject into the real world. The Project Manager's Guide to Purchasing has been structured so that the reader can choose the chapter topic areas that they wish to study in isolation. Where necessary references are provided to complement the individual chapters. Illustrations of key documents in the purchasing and contracting process are also provided.

The Price of Federalism

The Price of Federalism Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Paul E. Peterson
Editor: Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 081579164X
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What is the price of federalism? Does it result in governmental interconnections that are too complex? Does it create overlapping responsibilities? Does it perpetuate social inequalities? Does it stifle economic growth? To answer these questions, Paul Peterson sets forth two theories of federalism: functional and legislative. Functional theory is optimistic. It says that each level of the federal system is well designed to carry out the tasks for which it is mainly responsible. State and local governments assume responsibility for their area's physical and social development; the national government cares for the needy and reduces economic inequities. Legislative theory, in contrast, is pessimistic: it says that national political leaders, responding to electoral pressures, misuse their power. They shift unpopular burdens to lower levels of government while spending national dollars on popular government programs for which they can claim credit. Both theories are used to explain different aspects of American federalism. Legislative theory explains why federal grants have never been used to equalize public services. Elected officials cannot easily justify to their constituents a vote to shift funds away from the geographic area they represent. The overall direction that American federalism has taken in recent years is better explained by functional theory. As the costs of transportation and communication have declined, labor and capital have become increasingly mobile, placing states and localities in greater competition with one another. State and local governments are responding to these changes by overlooking the needs of the poor, focusing instead on economic development. As a further consequence, older, big cities of the Rust Belt, inefficient in their operations and burdened by social responsibilities, are losing jobs and population to the suburban communities that surround them. Peterson recommends that the national government adopt policies that take into account the economic realities identified by functional theory. The national government should give states and localities responsibility for most transportation, education, crime control, and other basic governmental programs. Welfare, food stamps, the delivery of medical services, and other social policies should become the primary responsibility of the national government.

Ground Water Pollution Control

Ground Water Pollution Control Pdf/ePub eBook Author: L.W. Canter
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1000114627
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Covers thoroughly technologies for ground water pollution control in part one and deals in depth with aquifer restoration decision-making in part two. Part three gives an extensive range of case studies and detailed references.

Fables Vol. 17: Inherit the Wind

Fables Vol. 17: Inherit the Wind Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bill Willingham
Editor: Vertigo
ISBN: 1401239706
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Fables Vol. 17: Inherit the Wind by Bill Willingham Summary

The tights and capes have been stored away forever, but it remains to be seen if Haven and its refugee inhabitants have survived the onslaught of. Where do the Fables go from here? Bigby and Snow White's cubs try to move forward after learning a hard lesson about life and death. And the loveable, fan-favorite hero Bufkin the Flying Monkey gets into more trouble when he finally reaches his homeland of Oz. This Fables volume includes issues 108-113 of the original series.

Refuge

Refuge Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Paul Collier,Alexander Betts
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190659165
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Global refugee numbers are at their highest levels since the end of World War II, but the system in place to deal with them, based upon a humanitarian list of imagined "basic needs," has changed little. In Refuge, Paul Collier and Alexander Betts argue that the system fails to provide a comprehensive solution to the fundamental problem, which is how to reintegrate displaced people into society. Western countries deliver food, clothing, and shelter to refugee camps, but these sites, usually located in remote border locations, can make things worse. The numbers are stark: the average length of stay in a refugee camp worldwide is 17 years. Into this situation comes the Syria crisis, which has dislocated countless families, bringing them to face an impossible choice: huddle in dangerous urban desolation, rot in dilapidated camps, or flee across the Mediterranean to increasingly unwelcoming governments. Refuge seeks to restore moral purpose and clarity to refugee policy. Rather than assuming indefinite dependency, Collier-author of The Bottom Billion-and his Oxford colleague Betts propose a humanitarian approach integrated with a new economic agenda that begins with jobs, restores autonomy, and rebuilds people's ability to help themselves and their societies. Timely and urgent, the book goes beyond decrying scenes of desperation to declare what so many people, policymakers and public alike, are anxious to hear: that a long-term solution really is within reach.

Recycling Projects for the Evil Genius

Recycling Projects for the Evil Genius Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Russel Gehrke
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071736131
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Recycling Projects for the Evil Genius by Russel Gehrke Summary

Have some thoroughly green evil fun! This wickedly inventive guide explains how to create a variety of practical, environmentally friendly items you can use for yourself or resell for profit. Recycling Projects for the Evil Genius is filled with detailed directions on how to successfully complete each green project and discusses important safety issues. Using easy-to-find components and tools, this do-it-yourself book shows you how to brew up green cleaners, transform all types of paper into building materials, safety rid your home and yard of pests, and much more--all on the cheap! Recycling Projects for the Evil Genius: Features step-by-step instructions and helpful illustrations Covers essential safety measures Reveals the scientific principles behind the projects Removes the frustration factor--all required parts are listed, along with sources Make your own green: Household cleaners Laundry soap Citrus oil extract Pest and weed control solutions Recycled plastic lumber and landscape blocks Recycled asphalt shingle paver bricks and road patch compound Concrete paper mache blocks, garden walls, stepping stones, and structures Solar-powered composter Garden-friendly charcoal And more Each fun, inexpensive, and slightly wicked Evil Genius project includes a detailed list of materials, sources for parts, schematics, and lots of clear, well-illustrated instructions for easy assembly. The larger workbook-style layout and convenient two-column format make following the step-by-step instructions a breeze.

When the Bubble Bursts

When the Bubble Bursts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Hilliard MacBeth
Editor: Dundurn
ISBN: 1459729811
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Hilliard MacBeth argues that investors should stop thinking about real estate as a safe investment, warning that it is only a matter of time before Canada faces a housing crisis on the scale of that of the U.S. He guides investors towards safer and more lucrative investments in order to protect their assets and ensure a comfortable retirement.

The Hip Girl's Guide to the Kitchen

The Hip Girl's Guide to the Kitchen Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kate Payne
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 006225541X
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The author of The Hip Girl's Guide to Homemaking shows you how to love your kitchen and learn to make creative, delicious food without breaking your budget. You can become a confident cook—even if the drawer with the take-out menus is the only part of your kitchen you currently use! Kate Payne shows you how to master basic cooking techniques—boiling, baking, and sautéing—and simplifies the process of fancy ones, like jamming and preserving, dehydrating, braising, roasting, infusing, and pickling. With this straightforward and fun guide, you can stock up your kitchen with the ingredients, tools, and appliances you'll actually use. You'll also learn how to decode recipes and alter them to make them gluten-free, dairy-free, or vegan. The Hip Girl's Guide to the Kitchen includes advice and instructions on how to make both classic meals and foods that are typically bought, such as yogurt; ice cream; flavored salt; oil and vinegar infusions; kimchi; aioli; jam; granola; bread; and fruit leather—even liqueurs, iced teas, and vegetable juices. With fun line drawings, sidebars full of tips and tricks, and lists of resources, Kate Payne sets you up for success and shows you how to unlock your inner kitchen prowess.

Mastering the Numbers - Smart Skills

Mastering the Numbers - Smart Skills Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Anne Hawkins
Editor: Legend Press
ISBN: 1908248335
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Part of the Smart Skills series, Mastering the Numbers offers a practical and accessible guide to the numerical skills needed to excel in business. A must for any employee, manager, freelancer or business owner.Mastering the Numbers is not just for those working professionally with figures, such as accountants, but provides the general skills required for any person working with numbers in the workplace. A must-have book.

Cost Management

Cost Management Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Leslie G. Eldenburg,Susan K. Wolcott,Liang-Hsuan Chen,Gail Cook
Editor: Wiley Global Education
ISBN: 1119277817
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Cost Management by Leslie G. Eldenburg,Susan K. Wolcott,Liang-Hsuan Chen,Gail Cook Summary

Cost Management: Measuring, Monitoring, and Motivating Performance, Third Canadian Edition was written to help students learn to appropriately apply cost accounting methods in a variety of organizational settings. To achieve this goal, students must also develop professional competencies, such as strategic/critical thinking, risk analysis, decision making, ethical reasoning and communication. This is in line with the CPA curriculum and the content of this edition and the problem materials is mapped to the CPA. Many students fail to recognize the assumptions, limitations, behavioural implications, and qualitative factors that influence managerial decision making. The textbook is written in an engaging step-by-step style that is accessible to students. The authors are proactive about addressing the challenges that instructors and students face in their teaching and learning endeavors. They utilize features such as realistic examples, real ethical dilemmas, self-study problems and unique problem material structured to encourage students to think about accounting problems and problem-solving more complexly.

Really, a Worst-Case Scenario

Really, a Worst-Case Scenario Pdf/ePub eBook Author: B. P. Noland
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781475901139
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Mayor Ron Steadman of Centerville, New Mexico, is ready for reelection. The campaign has been running smoothly, no question. No opponent stands a chance against this powerful community leader. The election is only a month away, and the desert skies couldnt be bluerthat is until theres a murder, and Rons wife, Val, becomes the prime suspect. Valarie Steadman is a scientist and university laboratory director for stem cell research, but shes not a murderer. Someone has set her up, but she wonders whether the perpetrator is out to ruin heror her husband. She enlists the help of lab assistant Steve Janson to help her solve the crime and clear her name. Meanwhile, the mayorwho happens to be an ex-FBI agentjoins forces with the local homicide detective, Joe Maxwell, to do a little investigation of his own. Soon, Ron and Joe find themselves near the border of Mexico, where a drug cartel that might be tied to the murder gets involved. When the FBI and DEA join the fray, things get even more complicated. Its a good thing Ron is a politician; he knows how to change complicated into simple. Still, his time is running out. If hes lucky, he can get reelected and save the life of the woman he loves.

London Labour and the London Poor

London Labour and the London Poor Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Henry Mayhew
Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141907460
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London Labour and the London Poor originated in a series of newspaper articles written by the great journalist Henry Mayhew between 1849 and 1850. A dozen years later, it had grown into the fullest picture we have of labouring people in the world's greatest city in the nineteenth century: a four volume account of the hopes, customs, grievances and habits of the working-classes that allows them to tell their own stories. Combining practicality with compassion, Mayhew worked unencumbered by political theory and strove solely to report on the lives of the London poor, their occupations and trades. This selection shows how well he succeeded. From costermongers to ex-convicts, from chimney-sweeps to vagrants, the underprivileged of London are uniquely brought to life - their plight expressed through a startling blend of first person accounts, Mayhew's perceptions, and sharp statistics.