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Under A Turquoise Sky

Under A Turquoise Sky Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1682998630
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When federal agent Aaron Yazzie is assigned to protect the only witness to a drug cartel execution, he hides Kailyn Eudailey in the safest place he knows . . . the vast, untamed wilderness of the Navajo Reservation. Transporting Kailyn to New Mexico may not be as easy as Aaron would like. Kailyn is a high-maintenance Southern belle who is determined to assert her independence at every step. Although Aaron's job is to protect her from the dangers that could get them both killed, Kailyn is getting to him. As an undercover agent, Aaron has grown adept at playing many roles. But will he be able to embrace his true identity and God's plan for his life in order to keep Kailyn alive?

The Turquoise Ledge

The Turquoise Ledge Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Leslie Marmon Silko
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101464585
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A highly original and poetic self-portrait from one of America's most acclaimed writers. Leslie Marmon Silko's new book, her first in ten years, combines memoir with family history and reflections on the creatures and beings that command her attention and inform her vision of the world, taking readers along on her daily walks through the arroyos and ledges of the Sonoran desert in Arizona. Silko weaves tales from her family's past into her observations, using the turquoise stones she finds on the walks to unite the strands of her stories, while the beauty and symbolism of the landscape around her, and of the snakes, birds, dogs, and other animals that share her life and form part of her family, figure prominently in her memories. Strongly influenced by Native American storytelling traditions, The Turquoise Ledge becomes a moving and deeply personal contemplation of the enormous spiritual power of the natural world-of what these creatures and landscapes can communicate to us, and how they are all linked. The book is Silko's first extended work of nonfiction, and its ambitious scope, clear prose, and inventive structure are captivating. The Turquoise Ledge will delight loyal fans and new readers alike, and it marks the return of the unique voice and vision of a gifted storyteller.

The Ozark Conspiracy

The Ozark Conspiracy Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Janet Phoenix
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1477205764
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"The Ozark Conspiracy" was written in the time zone of the war of Afghanistan and the war of Libya. The War Department's General Olin Conway decided to create a new, stronger, deadlier soldier to take the place of the human soldiers. Lab Scientists set up secret Laboratories in the top of mountains in open caverns. Their main purpose was to give out fake flu shots child and adult they could find and they disguised themselves as doctors and medical helpers such as RN's and LPN’S. As a result, some died and then came back from the dead as vampires and other victims became were-humans. The good people of Center Ridge discovered the ill-fated labs one by one. White Clouds, an Indian Seer, with the help of his tribe and a family of were-humans found the injured, experimented on victims and set them free.

In Geronimo's Footsteps

In Geronimo's Footsteps Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Corine Sombrun,Harlyn Geronimo
Editor: Skyhorse
ISBN: 1628724684
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The name "Geronimo" came to Corine Sombrun insistently in a trance during her apprenticeship to a Mongolian shaman. That message and the need to understand its meaning brought her to the home of the legendary Apache leader's great-grandson, Harlyn Geronimo, himself a medicine man on the Mescalero Apache reservation in New Mexico. Together, the two of them—the French seeker and the Native American healer—would make a pilgrimage that retraced Geronimo's life while following the course of the Gila River to the place of his birth, at its source. Told in the alternating voices of its authors, In Geronimo's Footsteps is the record of that journey. At its core is an account of Geronimo's life, from his earliest days in a Chiricahua Apache family and his path as a warrior and chief to his surrender and the years spent in exile until his death, at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Recounted by his great-grandson, his story is steeped in family history and Apache lore to create a portrait of a leader intent on defending his people and their land and traditions—a mission that Harlyn continues, even as he campaigns to recover his ancestor's bones from the U.S. government. Completing Corine's circle, the book also explores the links, genetic and possibly cultural, between the Apache and the people of Mongolia.

Tales of the Turquoise

Tales of the Turquoise Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Corneille Jest
Editor: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 1559399945
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In the early spring of 1961, Dr. Corneille Jest undertook a three-week circumambulation of the valley in the company of Tibetans visiting temples, shrines, and sacred mountains. His companion Karma, an elderly nomad from Western Tibet and a gifted storyteller, punctuated the journey with traditional tales and his own reflections. Charmingly written, colorful, and engaging, the narrative transports the reader to a world of Tibetan spirit in ways not readily accessible to outsiders.

A Desperate Character and Other Stories

A Desperate Character and Other Stories Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev
Editor: Good Press
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"A Desperate Character and Other Stories" by Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev (translated by Constance Garnett). Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Big Book of Best Short Stories - Specials - Russia

Big Book of Best Short Stories - Specials - Russia Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Leonid Andreyev,Daniil Kharms,Alexander Pushkin,Ivan Turgenev,Maxim Gorky,August Nemo
Editor: Tacet Books
ISBN: 396799712X
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Big Book of Best Short Stories - Specials - Russia by Leonid Andreyev,Daniil Kharms,Alexander Pushkin,Ivan Turgenev,Maxim Gorky,August Nemo Summary

This book contains 25 short stories from 5 classic, prize-winning and noteworthy authors. The stories were carefully selected by the critic August Nemo, in a collection that will please the literature lovers.The theme of this edition is: Russia. For more exciting titles, be sure to check out our 7 Best Short Stories and Essential Novelists collections. This book contains: - Leonid Andreyev: - Lazarus - On The Day of Crucifixion - The Crushed Flower - The Serpent's Story - JUdas Iscariot - The Little Angel - A Story Wich Will Never Be Finished - Daniil Kharms: - Symphony no. 2 - On phenomena and existences - No. 1 - The thing - Andrey Semyonovich - An unexpected drinking bout - The destiny of a professor's wife - The memoirs of a wise old man - Alexander Pushkin: - The Queen of Spades - The Shot - The Snowstorm - The Postmaster - The Coffin-maker - Kirdjali - Peter, The Great's Negro - Ivan Turgenev: - A Desperate Character - Knock, Knock, Knock - A Strange Story - The Dog - The District Doctor - The Inn - Mumu - Maxim Gorky: - Her Lover - One Autumn Night - Twenty Six Men and a Girl - The Dead Man - Waiting for the Ferry - The Billionaire - The Birth of a Man

A Cross to Bare

A Cross to Bare Pdf/ePub eBook Author: James Allan Fredrick
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781469790411
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whats the best way to tell everyone that they dont need to conform to the established, prejudiced religions, or the self-serving corporations and governmentor the media and celebrities who dictate whats important and/or fashionable? And how do you get noticed? - Jackson Cross, The Judas Conspiracy A Cross to Bare is the fictional biography of Jackson Cross, media manipulator, stand-up comic, and author of an extremely inflammatory novel involving the Crucifixion. It is a satirical, theological, sci-fi thriller, with elements as esoteric as the teenage clones of the Rat Pack, Howard Stern as Satan, Timothy Learys blood genetically engineered into a synthetic hallucinogen, Paul McCartney as Death, and more. Jackson Cross. Hell doubt for you. Join the Conspiracy at

The Turquoise Table

The Turquoise Table Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kristin Schell
Editor: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 1400311411
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Loneliness is an epidemic right now, but it doesn't have to be that way. The Turquoise Table is Kristin Schell's invitation to you to connect with your neighbors and build friendships. Featured in Southern Living, Good Housekeeping, and the TODAY Show, Kristin introduces a new way to look at hospitality. Desperate for a way to slow down and connect, Kristin put an ordinary picnic table in her front yard, painted it turquoise, and began inviting friends and neighbors to join her. Life changed in her community, and it can change in yours too. Alongside personal and heartwarming stories, Kristin gives you: Stress-free ideas for kick-starting your own Turquoise Table Simple recipes to take outside and share with others Stories from people using Turquoise Tables in their neighborhoods Encouragement to overcome barriers that keep you from connecting This gorgeous book, with vibrant photography, invites you to make a difference right where you live. The beautiful design makes it ideal to give to a friend or to keep for yourself. Community and friendship are waiting just outside your front door.

The Ball and the Cross

The Ball and the Cross Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Editor: Good Press
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"The Ball and the Cross" by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

The Sapphire Cross

The Sapphire Cross Pdf/ePub eBook Author: George Fenn
Editor: Litres
ISBN: 5040519362
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Dark Pools

Dark Pools Pdf/ePub eBook Author: E. Banks
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137449578
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This book deals with the topic of dark trading, or non-displayed, off-exchange trading execution. It discusses the development, importance and practice of dark equity trading in an environment dominated by high frequency, program, block and algorithmic trading, and considers its future prospects in a world of mobile capital and changing regulation.

The Abacus and the Cross

The Abacus and the Cross Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Nancy Marie Brown
Editor: Basic Books
ISBN: 0465022952
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The medieval Catholic Church, widely considered a source of intolerance and inquisitorial fervor, was not anti-science during the Dark Ages—in fact, the pope in the year 1000 was the leading mathematician and astronomer of his day. Called “The Scientist Pope,” Gerbert of Aurillac rose from peasant beginnings to lead the church. By turns a teacher, traitor, kingmaker, and visionary, Gerbert is the first Christian known to teach math using the nine Arabic numerals and zero. In The Abacus and the Cross, Nancy Marie Brown skillfully explores the new learning Gerbert brought to Europe. A fascinating narrative of one remarkable math teacher, The Abacus and the Cross will captivate readers of history, science, and religion alike.

Art of Turquoise

Art of Turquoise Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mary Emmerling
Editor: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 1423616316
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Turquoise and silver is an icon of the American Southwest. For generations, people have ogled these gemstones in pawn shops, jewelry shops and antiques stores, looking for a special piece of Native American jewelry that speaks to their heart. Southwest jewelry is now valued and collected around the world. Photographs of collectible pieces reveal what the attraction is about. Whether in shades of pale aqua or deeper aquamarine, blue or jade green, Mary Emmerling reveals that the collector's hunt is about color. And beyond jewelry, the color turquoise appears throughout the Southwest in architecture and decoration. After all, it's the color of calm.

A Dictionary of Birds

A Dictionary of Birds Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bruce Campbell,Elizabeth Lack
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1408138387
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A Dictionary of Birds enlists contributions from over 280 ornithologists and other specialists from around the world. Major, authoritative articles cover the field of modern ornithology and related subjects, many of them running to several thousand words. In addition there are articles on all the bird families, almost all of which are illustrated by a representative species. There are also numerous short entries defining special terms, application of names, etc. The total gives a text of over 800,000 words, supported by more than 500 photographs, drawings and diagrams. The photographs have been selected under the guidance of Eric Hosking to illustrate different activities of birds, and Robert Gillmor has assembled a collection of over 200 drawings of birds, almost all of which were specially drawn for the Dictionary. Compiled for the British Ornithologists' Union, this new work is in line of succession from Newton's A Dictionary of Birds of 1896 and Landsborough Thomson's A New Dictionary of Birds published in 1964 (2nd impression 1965) and now long out of print. This new dictionary, encyclopaedic in treatment, is destined to be a major reference in any ornithologist's library; and its editors and contributors, most of whom gave their time and knowledge freely, have earned the thanks and acclaim of users for many years to come. Frances James, President of the American Ornithologists' Union, writes in her preface of "the role the dictionary will play in fostering communications among nations. For students it will serve as an entrance to the present status of the field. For scientists it will serve as a research tool and a bridge between disciplines."

The Fire People

The Fire People Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ray Cummings
Editor: Endymion Press
ISBN: 1531298281
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The first of the new meteors landed on the earth in November, 1940. It was discovered by a farmer in his field near Brookline, Massachusetts, shortly after daybreak on the morning of the 11th. Astronomically, the event was recorded by the observatory at Harvard as the sudden appearance of what apparently was a new star, increasing in the short space of a few hours from invisibility to a power beyond that of the first magnitude, and then as rapidly fading again to invisibility. This star was recorded by two of the other great North American observatories, and by one in the Argentine Republic. That it was comparatively small in mass and exceedingly close to the earth, even when first discovered, was obvious. All observers agreed that it was a heavenly body of an entirely new order.

Cross Stitch

Cross Stitch Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Amanda James
Editor: Choc Lit
ISBN: 1781892016
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“Gorgeously romantic” time travel from the author of the award-winning A Stitch in Time (Old Victorian Quill). It should be the happiest day of her life. Sarah Yates is finally marrying her true love, John Needler. But Sarah and John can’t pretend they’re an ordinary couple. They’re time travellers, and slipping in and out of the past to repair problems that can affect the future can put quite a wrinkle on a honeymoon. One minute Sarah is saying her vows and the next she’s hurtled back to Southampton, 1939. England is on the cusp of war, but Sarah’s most pressing battle is with ill-tempered teacher Veronica Ratchet. A fellow time-bounding “stitch,” Veronica spells trouble. Especially when she shadows Sarah back home . . . The past and the present are about to collide, the patterns of fate are coming unraveled, and as a mission of utmost importance is jeopardized, Sarah and John realize that their problems are just beginning. “I loved both Cross Stitch and A Stitch in Time . . . great books.” —Linda Stacey

Whispers in the Night

Whispers in the Night Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Molly Tabachnikov
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781475936551
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Whispers in the Night by Molly Tabachnikov Summary

The whispers in the night start when Fox Monroe is just six years old. They wake him up in the dark, leaving him confused and a little scared. Is it Papa and Daddy talking? From his bedroom in his familys Greenwich Village apartment, he cant quite tell if its his two fathers talkingor someone else. He cant quite make out any words as the voices fade in and out in the darkness. Fox knows, however, that whatever it is isnt speaking out loudand there is something else in the house. As he grows so do his telepathic powers. Fox struggles learn how to control his talents, and he doesnt always succeed. Then, in one horrifying moment of rage that will change all their lives forever, Fox uses his powers to kill a man remotely. On one hand, hes just a boybut on the other, hes also now a murderer. Forced by his own guilt to leave home at the age of seventeen, he travels the country, looking for answers and hope. Out in the world, he encounters the problems of climate change and an eroding economy. Driven by his need to help others, Fox struggles to stay one move ahead of the sinister shadow that has haunted him since childhood. Deep down, despite the darkness within, all Fox wants is a place to belong. Can he find that place of sanctuary before its too late?

The Butterfly House

The Butterfly House Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Editor: The Floating Press
ISBN: 1776670396
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Fans of Sinclair Lewis' Main Street will love Mary E. Wilkins Freeman's satirical novel The Butterfly House. The story is a hilarious send-up of the preposterous posturing and one-upmanship that runs amok among the members of a women's club in early-twentieth-century New Jersey.

Leslie Marmon Silko

Leslie Marmon Silko Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David L. Moore
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472530608
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A major American writer at the turn of this millennium, Leslie Marmon Silko has also been one of the most powerful voices in the flowering of Native American literature since the publication of her 1977 novel Ceremony. This guide, with chapters written by leading scholars of Native American literature, explores Silko's major novels Ceremony, Almanac of the Dead, and Gardens in the Dunes as an entryway into the full body of her work that includes poetry, essays, short fiction, film, photography, and other visual art. These chapters map Silko's place in the broad context of American literary history. Further, they trace her pivotal role in prompting other Indigenous writers to enter the conversations she helped to launch. Along the way, the book engages her historical themes of land, ethnicity, race, gender, trauma, and healing, while examining her narrative craft and her mythic lyricism.