The Madmen of Moscow are coming... From international bestselling authors Ker Dukey and K Webster comes a dark and twisted MMF mafia romance standalone called Madmen of Moscow! The Madmen of Moscow. We have a reputation for a reason.
Author: K Webster
Publisher: K Webster
From bestselling authors Ker Dukey & K Webster comes the heart-stopping, internationally bestselling series Pretty Little Dolls in one boxed set! Four books! One epic story that keeps getting better. Have you ever had to make a decision that haunts you every single day for the rest of your life—the life you stole back? I have. When Jade and her little sister Macy meet a dollmaker named Benny at a local flea market, they have no idea their lives are about to change forever. Kidnapped and held prisoner by the psychotic serial killer, they spend years in captivity, lost to the world. Resolute in seeking freedom, Jade finally manages to escape the clutches of the brutal monster. But it comes at a devastating price. Macy is left behind. Follow the thrilling story of Jade’s survival, strength, growth, and unrelenting determination to right a wrong.
“We're the Madmen of Moscow. We make the fucking rules.” They are madmen, and they're mine. To Moscow we go... The End The Madmen of Moscow are coming... From international bestselling authors.
Author: K Webster
Publisher: K Webster
From authors Ker Dukey and K Webster comes the thrilling dark mafia romance bestselling series, The V Games! Three complete books. One boxed set. Vicious. Villainous. Victorious. VLAD. VEN. VAS. Power comes from money and fear and the men of The V Games have both in abundance. They rule with an iron fist and do it well. Their empires are built on blood and brutality and no one is immune to their wrath… or so they thought. When love intervenes on their path to the top, it alters everything. The rules have changed. Let the games begin… **The V Games series is a dark, crime steamy mafia romance series that might be triggering to some. It's a complete fast-paced and page-flipping romantic suspense series that'll keep you guessing at every turn. This series includes Vlad, Ven, and Vas.**
“Now those conditions have been rejected out of hand by what we can only describe as the madmen of Moscow and Peking. The fighting has stopped but all the ancient paranoia against America, and against each other, remains.
Author: Allen Drury
Publisher: WordFire +ORM
A thriller in the series that began with #1 New York Times bestseller, “one of the finest and most gripping political novels of our era”(The New York Times). The Advise and Consent series is a landmark of political fiction, displaying a depth of insider Washington knowledge and a canvas of compelling characters that catapulted each novel to the top of the bestseller lists. At the end of the previous novel, Preserve and Protect, Allen Drury left his readers with one of the greatest cliffhangers of all time. After an assassin’s bullet rings out, we are left to wonder who was killed—the Liberal Vice President Ted Jason, or staunch Conservative Presidential Candidate Orrin Knox? The answer to that question was so large that Pulitzer-Prize winner Drury had to write two novels, one exploring the full ramifications of each outcome. In The Promise of Joy, with his Vice President Ted Jason and his wife Beth Knox dead at the hands of an assassin, newly elected President Orrin Knox contends with a game of one-upmanship between the Soviet Union and China. The United States, guided by Knox’s inflexible will, begins to assist rebels seeking to break away from their Communist overlords, despite mounting pressure from the international community and within the U.S. When nuclear war breaks out between Russia and China, President Orrin Knox, aided and opposed by the media, senators, congressmen, cabinet officials, ambassadors, and the people, must act to safeguard peace and democracy in America and the entire world.
M. Bourlak's impersonation of the madman in Moscow and St. Petersburgh has created a wonderful sensation , and M. Chapiro , the eminent Russian photographer , conceived the happy idea of photographing the actor in ...
Author: Muriel Mirak-WeissbachPublish On: 2022-07-01
One high level military official in Moscow was quoted in a CIA report calling Qaddafi a 'madman on top of a pile of gold [i.e. oil]',4 while a Russian diplomat told an aide of Nasser's: 'He [Qaddafi] is crazy.'5 For Chadian President ...
Author: Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Publisher: Garnet Publishing Ltd
Category: Political Science
The Arab Spring was a watershed in Arab history, which gave young protesters the impetus to challenge established and entrenched dictatorial regimes for the first time and to demand democracy. This unique book reviews specialist literature and provides a profile of the personality disorder of narcissism displayed by five leaders - Hosni Mubarak, Muammar Qaddafi, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Ali Abdullah Saleh, and Bashar al-Assad - together with the related syndromes of paranoia, hysteria, and sociopathy. The book argues that the responses of these leaders to the challenges they faced indicate that they were psychologically incapable of facing reality, and indeed displayed pathological symptoms in clinging fanatically to power in the face of revolt. Madmen at the Helm considers each of the five leaders in turn, examining their behavior during the upheavals as expressed in their public statements, speeches, interviews, and courses of action. Thus, the book identifies patterns and similarities of behavior that serve to prove that the five 'stony-faced old men in power' displayed specific pathological personality types in their responses to the political and cultural circumstances in which they were operating. A postscript to the book widens this context by identifying two cases of narcissism in contemporary American politics: George W. Bush and Sarah Palin. This highly topical, accessible, and relevant book provides a psycho-historical insight into the actions and responses of the deposed dictators, viewed from a unique clinical psychological perspective.
Author: United States. Central Intelligence AgencyPublish On: 1963
MOSCOW The " madmen " are shivering . ... are whetting their knives against heroic Cuba , writes IZVESTIYA commentator Nikolay Polyanov on 1 March commenting on world reactions to Nikita Khrushchev's speech before a Moscow electorate .
Author: United States. Central Intelligence Agency
Princeton Univ . Press , 1971 . Gukovskij , G. A. Realizm Gogolja . Moscow : n.p. , 1959 . Gustafson , Richard F. " The Suffering Usurper : Gogol's Diary of a Madman . " Slavic and East European Journal , 9 ( 1965 ) , 268-80 .
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In Le Carre's sinister world ofspyand counterspy, Britishagents operating in Moscowhad to observe a much stricter set ofrules— 'Moscow rules'—than inany other theatre of operation. Thus, whenever we arranged to do something that was ...
Author: Anand Subhuti
Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd
"The book is dangerous. On the surface, it's an entertaining account by a British journalist about his adventures with a wild and crazy Indian mystic. But, at a deeper level, it's packed with revolutionary insights. You may laugh at the author's humours way of telling his story, but at the same time you are confronted with disturbing ideas about personal fulfillment, love, spirituality, the nature of political power and he very glue that holds society together. Anand Subhuti is a former UK political reporter who worked in the Houses of Parliament. Beginning in 1976, Subhuti lived with Osho at his ashram in Pune, and then at Rancho Rajneesh in Oregon, then again in Pune until the mystic died in 1990. Now he lived mainly in Europe, but visits India every year to pay home age to the country he loves.
3), after being rejected by the Moscow Observer as 'dirty' and 'trivial'. On publication Pushkin provided the following editorial note: 'N. V. Gogol has long withheld publication of this story; but we have found in it so much that is ...
Author: Nikolay Gogol
Publisher: Penguin UK
Author, dramatist and satirist, Nikolay Gogol (1809-1852) deeply influenced later Russian literature with his powerful depictions of a society dominated by petty beaurocracy and base corruption. This volume includes both his most admired short fiction and his most famous drama. A biting and frequently hilarious political satire, The Government Inspector has been popular since its first performance and was regarded by Nabokov as the greatest Russian play every written. The stories gathered here, meanwhile, range from comic to tragic and describe the isolated lives of low-ranking clerks, lunatics and swindlers. They include Diary of a Madman, an amusing but disturbing exploration of insanity; Nevsky Prospect, a depiction of an artist besotted with a prostitute; and The Overcoat, a moving consideration of poverty that powerfully influenced Dostoevsky and later Russian literature.