O.M.A. - Rise of the Undead

Author: Milton Kerr

Publisher: Booktango

ISBN: 1468937626

Category: Fiction

Page: 1

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One Man Army Operatives are a last resort measure when all else fails. Undead zombies were plaguing the cities of the world. In America, the government sends Jason Cain, a trained One Man Army operative to deal with the zombie threat in the area around Plainville City. Jason encounters and neutralizes looters and drug dealers before he leads the successful assault that rids the area of the undead army which fled Philadelphia.

The Great Gangster Pictures II

Author: James Robert Parish,Michael R. Pitts

Publisher: Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press


Category: Performing Arts

Page: 397

View: 6663


The authors discuss 400 genre features released since 1976 from the very best to the absolute worst.

What are the Odds?

An A-Z of Sports & Prop Betting

Author: Liam O'Brien

Publisher: ebookpartnership.com

ISBN: 1783012897

Category: Games

Page: 217

View: 5277


The most comprehensive reference book on sports betting on the market with over 500 entries. Wide ranging, often quirky, sometimes offbeat but never boring if you’re interested in betting on sports or even just reading about it. Laid out in an A-Z format, the book takes a wide angled definition of the genre and also covers related areas such as political and prop betting. The history and growth of sports betting is examined in detail and the scams, scandals and coups scattered throughout its history are brought to life. Terminology and theories are explained in a highly readable manner and entries are systematically cross referenced so you can explore the most unlikely connections. The author knows what he’s talking about and after reading this, you will too.

Essential 25000 English-Estonian Law Dictionary

Author: Nam H Nguyen

Publisher: Nam H Nguyen



Page: 4904

View: 9357


a great resource anywhere you go; it is an easy tool that has just the words you want and need! The entire dictionary is an alphabetical list of Law words with definitions. This eBook is an easyto- understand guide to Law terms for anyone anyways at any time. suurepärane ressurss kus iganes sa lähed; see on lihtsalt tööriist, millel on just sõnad, mida soovite ja vajate! Kogu sõnastik on tähemärkide tähestikuline loend. See e-raamat on lihtsalt seadusega ette nähtud juhised kellelegi igal ajal igal ajal.

Three Kingdoms

Author: Simon Stephens

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1408172976

Category: Drama

Page: 96

View: 503


Three Kingdoms is a blackly entertaining and unsettling detective story cum parable about the devil in us all, international human trafficking and the changing state of Europe. As the severed human head of an Estonian woman is found in a river in Hammersmith, two British detectives set off in search of her origins in Europe and how she came to be found dead. Accompanied by a mephistophelian German detective acting as their guide, they gradually sink deeper and deeper into the world of prostitution and international human trafficking. Fighting to cross international borders and language barriers, they enter a nightmarish world that will change one of them forever. Three Kingdoms tells the stories of trafficked women, the gangs and the police forces across Europe that attempt to control them. This dark new thriller by Simon Stephens, set across three countries, explores an international business where the goods are not products, but people. Questioning and undermining not just tenets about the nature of Europe with its old and new borders, Three Kingdoms also explodes moral certainties. With good and evil presented not as polarised forces but as disturbingly shifting, overlapping and contradictory, the play provocatively unbalances convictions of truth, ethical codes, violence and justice. This edition also includes a preface with contributions from playwright Simon Stephens, German director Sebastian Nuebling and Estonian dramaturg Eero Epner, discussing this uniquely collaborative and tri-lingual project.

Ruins & Relics

Author: Alice Zorn

Publisher: Newest Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 213

View: 1817


These are short stories about people who harbour relics from their past: a postcard from Vienna, the cigarette burns that scar a boy's chest, a stolen USB pen, blue concentration camp numbers tattooed on a forearm, a man's sense of his own body as his HIV overtakes him. Alice Zorna€(TM)s remarkable debut collection displays these talismans of personal history and transforms them into extraordinary stories about relationships between partners, family, friends, and strangers.


Author: Clara Leiser

Publisher: New York : Prentice-Hall Incorporated


Category: Germany

Page: 306

View: 3687


A personal account of life in Nazi Germany by two anonymous authors.

Nach-Chomskysche Linguistik

neuere Arbeiten von Berliner Linguisten

Author: Thomas T. Ballmer,Roland Posner

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 500

View: 4010