Private Investigator Nikki James grew up on the tough streets of Lyndhurst and believes there is nothing left to surprise her.
Author: Keri Arthur
Publisher: Hachette UK
Private Investigator Nikki James grew up on the tough streets of Lyndhurst and believes there is nothing left to surprise her. That changes the night she follows teenager Monica Trevgard and becomes a pawn caught in a war between two very different men. One fills her mind with his madness; the other pushes his way into her heart. Nikki knows how dangerous love can be but, if she wants to survive, she must place her trust in a man who could destroy her. For 300 years, Michael Kelly has existed in the shadows, learning to control the death cravings of a vampire. Nikki not only breaches his formidable barriers with her psychic abilities, but makes Michael believe he may finally have found a woman strong enough to walk by his side and to ease the loneliness in his heart.
Dancing With the Devil tells his story along with the stories of nine others who have walked similar paths
Author: Jeff Harshbarger
Publisher: Charisma Media
Jeff Harshbarger and his friends know about occult practices. After two unsuccessful suicide attempts and an offer to become a human sacrifice, Jeff left his life of Satanism to pursue a life with God. Dancing With the Devil tells his story along with the stories of nine others who have walked similar paths
In revealing the dark side of the industry, Curry hopes to provide a road map for reforms necessary to prevent artists ending up in poverty, in prison or in the grave.Mark Curry has appeared on the following albums:[i]Gangsta Shi ...
Author: Mark Curry
Publisher: NewMark Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
He has recorded with the biggest stars in the music business. He wrote many of the hits that made Sean "Puffy" Combs one of the richest men alive. On the surface, the multi-million dollar empire that Puff built looks like the stuff of dreams. But after working with Puff for a decade, Curry discovered that Bad Boy Entertainment is not, as Puff promised, a place where dreams come true. No, rather it is a shell game comprised of contracts designed to rob artists of their time, dreams and publishing rights. [i]Dancing With the Devil[/i] reveals startling new details about key events in the fast paced, controversial (and sometimes deadly) world of Hip-Hop. In revealing the dark side of the industry, Curry hopes to provide a road map for reforms necessary to prevent artists ending up in poverty, in prison or in the grave.Mark Curry has appeared on the following albums:[i]Gangsta Shi-[/i][i]Dangerous MC's[/i][i]American Dream[/i]Mark Curry has appeared on the following singles:[i]Bad Boy for Life[/i]
The story of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor is one of the most romantic of all time: Edward VIII abdicated his throne and gave up an empire so that he could marry the woman he loved, American divorcee Wallis Simpson.
Author: Christopher Wilson
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
The story of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor is one of the most romantic of all time: Edward VIII abdicated his throne and gave up an empire so that he could marry the woman he loved, American divorcee Wallis Simpson. Very few people suspected, and even fewer actually knew, that the Duchess cuckolded him—and almost gave him up—for a gay playboy twenty years her junior. Blond and slender, Jimmy Donahue was the archetypal post-war playboy. He could fly a plane, speak several languages, play the piano, and tell marvelous jokes. People loved him for his wit, charm and personality. The grandson of millionaire Frank W. Woolworth, Jimmy knew he would never need to work. Instead, he set about carving for himself a career of mischief. Some said evil. Gay at a time when the homosexual act was still illegal, Jimmy was notorious within America's upper class, and loved to shock. Though press agents arranged for him to be seen with female escorts, his pursuits, until he met the Duchess of Windsor, were exclusively homosexual. He was thirty-five when he was befriended by the Duke and Duchess of Windsor in 1950. The Duchess was fifty-four, and despite the difference in age, there was an instant attraction. A burgeoning sexual relationship – a perverse sort of love – was formed between Jimmy and the Duchess. Together with the Duke, they became an inseparable trio, the closest of friends. As Jimmy had planned, the royal couple became obsessed with him. With information from surviving contemporaries, Dancing with the Devil by Christopher Wilson is the extraordinary tale of three remarkable people and their unique and twisted relationship.
An extended ethnographic essay that explores the socially produced, narratively mediated, and relatively unconscious ideological responses of people--scholars and folk--to a history of race and class domination, with specific reference to ...
Author: José Eduardo Limón
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
An extended ethnographic essay that explores the socially produced, narratively mediated, and relatively unconscious ideological responses of people--scholars and folk--to a history of race and class domination, with specific reference to several distinct though inter- related spheres of folkloric symbolic action concerning the working classes of Mexican-American south Texas. Paper edition (unseen), $15.95. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
This is a wildly entertaining tale and an inspiration to anyone who ever felt stuck in a job or relationship that seemed impossible to escape.
Author: Gretchen Rose
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
This is a wildly entertaining tale and an inspiration to anyone who ever felt stuck in a job or relationship that seemed impossible to escape. Dancing With The Devil is a fast-paced narrative that alternates between the hilarious, pathetic, existential and hopeful. It is a wildly entertaining tale and an inspiration to anyone who ever felt stuck in a job or relationship that seemed impossible to escape.
Dance with the Devil is David Bagby’s eulogy for a dead son, an elegy for lives cut tragically short, and a castigation of a broken system. “[An] incendiary cri de coeur.”—The New York Times DANCE WITH THE DEVIL is a eulogy for a ...
Author: David Bagby
Publisher: Diversion Books
Category: True Crime
Immortalized in the spellbinding documentary Dear Zachary, this angry, raw, and brutally honest memoir of murder and loss chronicles a system’s failure to prevent the death of a child. In November 2001, the body of a young doctor named Andrew Bagby was discovered in Keystone State Park outside Latrobe, Pennsylvania, five bullet wounds in his face, chest, buttocks, and the back of the head. For parents Dave and Kate, the pain was unbearable—but Andrew’s murder was only the first in a string of tragic events. The chief suspect for Andrew’s murder was his ex-girlfriend Shirley Turner—also a doctor. Obsessive and unstable, Shirley Turner lied to the police and fled to her family home in Newfoundland before she could be arrested. While fending off extradition efforts by U.S. law enforcement, she announced she was pregnant with Andrew's son, Zachary. The Bagbys—hoping to gain custody of Zachary—moved to Newfoundland and began a long, drawn-out battle in court and with Canadian social services to protect their grandson from the woman who had almost certainly murdered their son. Then, in August 2003, Shirley Turner killed herself and the one-year-old Zachary by jumping into the Atlantic Ocean. DANCE WITH THE DEVIL is a eulogy for a dead son, an elegy for lives cut tragically short, and a castigation of a broken system.
He counts on his rage to fuel him forward. What he doesn't count on is the wife of his old partner stirring up feelings he thought died all those years ago. This is a story of revenge. A tale of cheating and the consequences.
There is no time limit on revenge. Ryan "Cass" Cassidy, a young, rookie cop and all around good guy, was sentenced to thirty years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. Framed by the men who were supposed to have his back. He lost his job His wife Everything Thirteen years stole every bit of goodness Cass had in him. When he is released on early parole, he's READY. Ready to seek out those men and make them pay. Lies Cheating Manipulation There are no lengths Cass won't go to for his revenge. He counts on his rage to fuel him forward. What he doesn't count on is the wife of his old partner stirring up feelings he thought died all those years ago. This is a story of revenge. A tale of cheating and the consequences. While it isn't a romance, it is a tale of a second chance at love.
But at what price? Armed with sharp prose and a reporter's instinct, Rio-born journalist Juliana Barbassa brings a firsthand glimpse of what's really happening in Rio (the good, the bad, and the maddening).
Author: Juliana Barbassa
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
"In the tradition of Detroit: An American Autopsy and Maximum City comes a deeply reported and beautifully written biography of the seductive and chaotic city of Rio de Janeiro from prizewinning journalist and Brazilian native Juliana Barbassa. Juliana Barbassa moved a great deal throughout her life, but Rio was always home. After twenty-one years abroad, she returned to find the city that once ravaged by inflation, drug wars, corrupt leaders, and dying neighborhoods was now on the precipice of a major change. Rio has always aspired to the pantheon of global capitals, and under the spotlight of the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games it seems that its moment has come. But in order to prepare itself for the world stage, Rio must vanquish the entrenched problems that Barbassa recalls from her childhood. Turning this beautiful but deeply flawed place into a predictable, pristine showcase of the best that Brazil has to offer in just a few years is a tall order--and with the whole world watching, the stakes couldn't be higher. With a cast of larger-than-life characters who are driving this fast-moving juggernaut or who risk getting caught in its gears, this kaleidoscopic portrait of Rio introduces the reader to the people who make up this city of extremes, revealing their aspirations and their grit, their violence, their hungers and their splendor, and shedding light on the future of this city they are building together. Dancing with the Devil in the City of God is an insider perspective into a city on the brink from a native daughter whose life, hopes, and fortunes are entwined with those of the city she portrays"--
Sex, Espionage, and the U.S. Marines : the Clayton Lonetree Story Rodney
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Author: Rodney Barker
Category: Political Science
An account of one of the most notorious spy operations in U.S. history follows the espionage acts performed by Clayton Lonetree and the witch-hunt that nearly ruined the careers of several innocent officers. 20,000 first printing.
Author Laura Shenton provides an insightful angle on Cozy Powell's abilities along with detailed research that presents Powell's career in all its glory.
Author: LAURA. SHENTON
Publisher: Wymer UK
The first and long overdue biography of the highly talented drum legend Cozy Powell. Author Laura Shenton MA LLCM DipRSL has a Masters degree in music and provides an insightful angle on Cozy Powell's abilities along with detailed research that presents Powell's career in all its glory.
This is an astonishing and timely book which works on many levels: it is a book about healing; about psychic attack and how to resist it; about Reiki; about the chakras and subtle bodies; and about the responsibilities of all who work with ...
Author: David Ashworth
Publisher: Crucible Publishers (UK)
This is an astonishing and timely book which works on many levels: it is a book about healing; about psychic attack and how to resist it; about Reiki; about the chakras and subtle bodies; and about the responsibilities of all who work with energy. Pervading and unifying these strands is the author's personal awareness of the living, subtle energies which surround and pervade each and every being. In his work in healing, geopathic stress investigation, soul rescue, Reiki and energy system repair and balancing, David Ashworth interacts daily with energies of which most of us have no conception. He has come to understand that light energy continually and inevitably attracts dark forces and that one has literally to engage in battle to re-direct, and in some cases, dismantle these forces, placing them out of harm's way. The book includes astounding cases of possession by a variety of entities and beings which the author has, by aligning with the forces of light, resolved with courage and determination. David also discusses the responsibilities and needs of those who seek to raise their rate of vibration by Reiki attunement, and gives a strong warning to all who treat the subject lightly or irreverently. Well known from the television series Housebusters, and from workshops and lectures, David writes here not only for healers and therapists but for all seeking to understand the reality which lies within and beyond our physical world.
The devil had come to Penance, and she was cleaning his son's wounds. She
squeezed her eyes shut for a second and tried ... again, and she wasn't
supposed to say anything? "But this is just so — " He covered her Dancing with the Devil 161.
Author: Laura Drewry
Publisher: Leisure Books
Forced to nurse Deacon, the man who had betrayed her, back to health, Rhea tries to resist his attempts to win her heart but has a hard time denying the passion that still lingers between them. Original.
This reprint is a compelling story, and is the basis of the upcoming mini-series, Answered by Fire, by the Australian Broadcasting Commission and the Canadian Broadcasting Commission.
Author: David Savage
Publisher: Monash University Press
Dancing with the Devil is a UN police officer's memoir of the independence ballot in East Timor. With compassion and humor, David Savage tells the simple truth about the horrific events he witnessed, and the triumph of a quiet, resilient people. This reprint is a compelling story, and is the basis of the upcoming mini-series, Answered by Fire, by the Australian Broadcasting Commission and the Canadian Broadcasting Commission.
Today's Colleges and Universities face a new environment in which information technology is rapidly becoming the preferred mode of learning and academic institutions can no longer rely on traditional methods to survive and prosper. In this collection of essays, seven highly respected institutional, association, and financial leaders examine the formidable challenges facing all types of campuses.
Author: Norina D'Aloiso OwensPublish On: 2020-07-20
Norina D'Aloiso Owens is the founder of Women of Faith International, Inc., with branches in California, Pennsylvania, and Kenya, East Africa.
Author: Norina D'Aloiso Owens
Norina D'Aloiso Owens is the founder of Women of Faith International, Inc., with branches in California, Pennsylvania, and Kenya, East Africa. She is the daughter of an Italian immigrant father and an Italian American mother, both of whose ties stem back to the province of Isernia in Italy's Molise region. Her father, Domenico D'Aloiso, broke tradition and became an evangelist and pastor of a nondenominational Pentecostal church in her hometown of Ellwood City, Pennsylvania. After an unhappy childhood and two disastrous marriages, Norina turned from God. Although a Christian who loved Jesus, she flirted with the occult, but to her physical and mental detriment. Her path back to Him was fraught with numerous serious medical challenges. Now entering her nineties, she remains very active, crisscrossing the country regularly and sharing her faith. Norina was ordained in 1985 by the Independent Assemblies of God in Laguna Hills, California, and is a graduate of the International School of Ministry. She holds an honorary doctorate degree from Endtime Ministries International Bible University in California.
Finally after four years of unspeakable torment, she packed up the children and spent three years travelling around Australia - changing her identity time after time to avoid him.This book will hook you - everyone who has read it hasn't ...
Author: Amy Norman
Category: Abused women
DANCING WITH THE DEVIL recreates the terrifying life Amy Norman experienced for four years with her violent, drug addicted boyfriend. Amy went off the rails and left school after her beloved ballet teacher told her she was too fat. She fell for Dean and his heady world of drugs and excitement. At 17 she left her middle class family and moved into a flat with him. Within three years she had had two children to him and numerous abortions. She had dealt drugs, became hooked on marijuana and been bashed countless times. She left him a few times, returning each time to her parents, brothers and sisters who welcomed her back with open arms. But each time she returned to Dean, out of fear that he would kill her, her children or her parents - as he had threatened. Finally after four years of unspeakable torment, she packed up the children and spent three years travelling around Australia - changing her identity time after time to avoid him.This book will hook you - everyone who has read it hasn't been able to stop until they know Amy survives and escapes. Her final triumph makes you forget the nastiness and violence and leaves you cheering her on as she launches a new stage of her life.