Dark Run

Dark Run Author Mike Brooks
ISBN-10 9781481459549
Release 2016-05-24
Pages 352
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Captain Ichabod Drift attempts to make a dark run, delivering a special cargo to Earth aboard the Keiko, a ship full of smugglers, soldiers of fortune and adventurers, who are actually the good guys in a corrupt galaxy.



Running Dark

Running Dark Author Joseph Heywood
ISBN-10 9781599217116
Release 2008-09-24
Pages 328
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We go back in time twenty-five years to meet Service as a young conservation officer. Still fresh from Vietnam, but on home turf, Service has been tapped for an unusual assignment that threatens to be his last. Full of outrageous characters and the verisimilitude the series is known for, Running Dark is a wild and riveting ride. For more on Joseph Heywood and the Woods Cop Mysteries, visit www.josephheywood.com



The Home Run Heard round the World

The Home Run Heard  round the World Author Ray Robinson
ISBN-10 9780486480589
Release 2011-03-01
Pages 244
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Bobby Thomson hit history's most famous home run during the bottom of the ninth in the final game of the 1951 National League playoffs. Sports historian Ray Robinson examines the circumstances surrounding this unforgettable moment, in a narrative packed with suspense, nostalgia, and insightful anecdotes about legendary players. Bob Costas contributes a brief Preface. 16 pages of photos.



Welltower First Run

Welltower  First Run Author Lester Yocum
ISBN-10
Release 2014-07-03
Pages 365
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Kaehl is 15 years old. He lives with his family in the middle of a massive, run-down residential tower. His father is abusive and his mother loving but weak. He loves his sister with all his heart but she is terribly handicapped. There are gangs in the halls. He has been cut off from most of his friends and fears for his life. He is starving. He is afraid. He wants out. His moment comes and he breaks free, running blindly until, stumbling and starving, he is taken in by a gang. Now he roams the halls with those he used to fear, forced to seek respect in a winner-take-all world. After a desperate battle he returns to his family only to find that things have gone terribly, terribly wrong. Now he stumbles through the halls again, this time to save his dying sister. Innocent and confused, victimized at every turn, he refuses to let go of hope and devotion as he battles poverty, disease, and the power-hungry elite in the heights and depths of the looking-glass world called Welltower. Aimed at the young adult science fiction market, First Run is the initial offering in the Welltower series.



100 Things Giants Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

100 Things Giants Fans Should Know   Do Before They Die Author Bill Chastain
ISBN-10 9781633192409
Release 2015-04-01
Pages 256
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Most San Francisco Giants fans have taken in a game or two at AT&T Park, have seen highlights of Willie Mays' basket catch on YouTube, and were thrilled by the team's World Series wins in 2010, 2012 and 2014, but even the die-hards—those who remember which pitcher started the first home game in San Francisco's history, have attended a spring training game at Scottsdale Stadium, or know how many home runs Barry Bonds hit into McCovey Cove during his record-setting career—will appreciate this ultimate resource guide for true fans of the San Francisco Giants. For both boosters from the days of Bobby Thomson and recent supporters of Bruce Bochy, Madison Bumgarner, and Buster Posey, these are the 100 things all fans need to know and do in their lifetime. Longtime sportswriter Bill Chastain has collected every essential piece of Giants knowledge and trivia, as well as must-do activities, and ranks them from 1 to 100, providing an entertaining and easy-to-follow checklist that leads the way to achieving fan superstardom.



Let the Dark Flower Blossom

Let the Dark Flower Blossom Author Norah Labiner
ISBN-10 9781566893206
Release 2013-04-30
Pages 384
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An existential murder mystery about two rival writers willing to do anything—lie, steal, kill—to get the perfect story.



Thin Ice Zombies In LA Nowhere to Run or Hide

Thin Ice Zombies In LA Nowhere to Run or Hide Author Jean Marie Rusin
ISBN-10 9781468555745
Release 2012-03-01
Pages 192
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Picture on the back of book, Jean marie Rusin, lives with her mon and brother in New Britain, CT, member of CONNECTICUT AUTHORS AND PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION, Jean Rusin graduation from CONNECTICUT SCHOOL OF BROADCASTING ON SEPTEMBER 7, 2007. Jean marie Rusin, donate her book to March of DIMES, AND MS. Jean Marie Rusin, is on facebook, and has a JEAN MARIE RUSIN FAN CT AND JEAN MARIE RUSIN FAN CLUB ( MICHIGAN) ON TWITTER, MYSPACE.COM AND MY WEBSITE www.jeanmarierusin.com, also have talkradio on blogtalkradio.com



Border Run

Border Run Author Simon Lewis
ISBN-10 9781439109571
Release 2012-04-24
Pages 240
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From the author of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize—nominated Bad Traffic, a fast-paced adventure novel about two young backpackers who find themselves in serious trouble in the jungle of Southeast Asia On the Burmese border, two naïve backpackers, Will and Jake, follow a tour guide into the jungle, tantalized by the possibility of dalliances with the tribal women who live there. At an idyllic waterfall, they discover that nothing is as it seems and their guide has his own agenda. It is not long before the two young men slip into a nightmarish spiral of murder and moral decay, their chance of survival determined by a game of hideand- seek played out with deadly crossbows. As the stakes get increasingly higher, the bonds of friendship are tested and lives are put on the line. Simon Lewis has written a gripping, amphetaminepaced novel about the hidden perils that can lurk in paradise, and the fine line that we draw for ourselves between what is “civilized” and what is not.



The Fool s Run

The Fool s Run Author John Sandford
ISBN-10 1101162007
Release 1996-12-01
Pages 352
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John Sandford, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Prey novels gives suspense an ingenious twist as he takes readers into the mind games of two irresistible con artists plotting the perfect sting… Kidd is a computer whiz, artist, and professional criminal. LuEllen is his lover, and his favorite partner in crime. Their playing field in on the cutting edge of high-tech corporate warfare. This time they’ve been hired by a defense industry corporation to destroy its business rival through computer sabotage. If Kidd and LuEllen can pull it off, they’ll reap millions. It’s the sting of a lifetime. One false move and it’s a lifetime sentence. As the takedown unfolds, everything goes according to plan. But their string of successes turns into a noose when the ultimate con artists find themselves on the wrong end of the ultimate con…



Draw the Dark

Draw the Dark Author Ilsa J. Bick
ISBN-10 9781467731683
Release 2013-08-01
Pages 344
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There are things the people of Winter, Wisconsin, would rather forget. The year the Nazis came to town, for one. That fire, for another. But what they'd really like to forget is Christian Cage. Seventeen-year-old Christian's parents disappeared when he was a little boy. Ever since, he's drawn obsessively: his mother's face...her eyes...and what he calls "the sideways place," where he says his parents are trapped. Christian figures if he can just see through his mother's eyes, maybe he can get there somehow and save them. But Christian also draws other things. Ugly things. Evil things. Dark things. Things like other people's fears and nightmares. Their pasts. Their destiny. There's one more thing the people of Winter would like to forget: murder. But Winter wont be able to forget the truth, no matter how hard it tries. Not as long as Christian draws the dark...



Der 3 Grad Women s Murder Club

Der 3  Grad   Women s Murder Club  Author James Patterson
ISBN-10 9783894804015
Release 2008-04-17
Pages 288
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James Patterson. Folgen Sie der Spur seines Erfolgs. Mitten in San Francisco geht ein Wohnhaus in Flammen auf. Menschen sterben, ein Baby wird vermisst. Es ist der Anfang einer schrecklichen Terrorserie. Detective Lindsay Boxer und der Club der Ermittlerinnen nehmen die Spur des wahnsinnigen Killers auf – und ahnen nicht, dass sie direkt in ihre Mitte führt... Der dritte Fall für Lindsay Boxer, dem einzigen weiblichen Detective bei der Mordkommission von San Francisco, und ihre Freundinnen vom Club der Ermittlerinnen: raffiniert, unvorhersehbar und so spannend wie nie zuvor. Der Stoff, von dem Thrillersüchtige träumen!



Run in the Fam ly

Run in the Fam ly Author John J. McLaughlin
ISBN-10 9781572336452
Release 2008-03-01
Pages 292
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"Run in the Fam'ly is an emotionally detailed exploration of a level of American society rarely seen in American fiction. It focuses on the desperate lower class people called "inner city", dramatized by Jake Robertson, his family, and his buddies. Mr. McLaughlin employs his mastery of vernacular speech, his understanding of the street cultures of Chicago and Oakland, and his deeply human understanding, to explore the troubled and often violent bonds which hold together a black family. Run in the Fam'ly is an exceptional work of fiction." -James Alan McPherson, author of Elbow Room, winner of the Pulitzer Prize "Run in the Fam'ly proves that John J. McLaughlin is a writer of exceptional talent and enormous vision. His themes are important, his characters are convincing as well as affecting, and his capture of voice dazzling. His writing is infused with unsentimental compassion. I was very moved by this ambitious novel, a marvelous debut." -Bharati Mukherjee, author of The Middleman, winner of the National Book Critics' Circle Award "John J. McLaughlin writes with great heart, humanity, and fierce compassion. Run in the Fam'ly is a sensitive and probing look at family and poverty, an ambitious debut novel that echoes Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath in its social consciousness, empathy, and exploration of the bedrock that binds us beneath the chasms of circumstance." -Alexander Parsons, author of Leaving Disneyland, winner of the AWP Novel Award In the traditions of Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man and William Styron's Confessions of Nat Turner comes a bold debut novel by a striking new voice in American literature. Set in the Flatlands of Oakland, over the Memorial Day weekend at the end of the Reagan-Bush, Sr. era, Run in the Fam'ly is a gripping tale of struggle, faith, and redemption. Jake Robertson, a young Black man snared in the welfare-to-work rut, longs to make a better way for his family. Piecing together minimum-wage jobs and drawing--illegally-- on public assistance simply to make ends meet, he hopes against hope for the chance to pull his girlfriend and asthmatic son out of grinding poverty. Upon his father's release from prison, he is tempted with a crime that could solve his economic woes, but which he fears may fate him to the same life as his father--a man whose past is dark indeed, and about whom Jake has yet to learn one deep, terrible secret. Narrated in a voice that captures both the raw edginess of the street and the complex rhythms of jazz, Run in the Fam'ly is a stunning work of literary ventriloquism and social analysis. Richly-detailed and filled with vivid characterizations, it plumbs the dark, mysterious depths of the city and the soul, recalling the novels of Dickens, Zola, and Baldwin. It is a father-son story for our time, a riveting human drama that will leave readers, on the book's final page, both heartbroken and hopeful. John J. McLaughlin was born in Texas, and raised in Virginia and Washington, DC, where he was educated in Catholic schools. He is a graduate of the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop, and the University of Virginia. For many years he worked in direct service to homeless and incarcerated individuals in Los Angeles and Seattle. His writings have appeared in The Washington Post, National Catholic Reporter, America, and Hunger Mountain, and he is the recipient of a Wagenheim Prize for his short fiction. He lives with his wife and children in Seattle, where he directs Education Across Borders, a non-profit organization that serves indigent communities in the Dominican Republic.



Reading Comprehension Upper Tales for a dark night

Reading Comprehension  Upper  Tales for a dark night Author Diane Henderson
ISBN-10 9781863114677
Release 1999
Pages 50
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A photocopiable resource to support the English language curriculum. It provides comprehension questions that require pupils to answer with inference and deduction. It offers questions that provide opportunities for written, discussion or drawing activities.



Run Lily Run

Run  Lily  Run Author Martha Long
ISBN-10 9781473510326
Release 2014-10-23
Pages 320
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Lilly and Ceily Carney are only seven and twelve when their mother is cruelly taken from them, leaving them at the mercy of the Church and the authorities. This is a terrifying prospect in 1950s Dublin, where it is likely that the girls will end up in one of Ireland’s notorious Magdalen laundries – a fate they are determined to escape. When Father Flitters and the ‘Cruelty’ people arrive to take the children into care, Lilly and Ceily resist, and a riot breaks out. The girls are helped by kind Mister Mullins and his daughter Delia, but events lead to further tragedy and Lilly is left to fend for herself on the dangerous streets. Heartbroken, hungry and vulnerable, she looks like easy prey and it seems there will be no safe haven for her to find.



Sitting In The Dark

Sitting In The Dark Author Mr. Schillig's Class
ISBN-10
Release 2014-04-03
Pages 52
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Movies are the popular literature of the 21st century. We devour them with a fervor once reserved for novels and short stories, following our favorite actors and directors the way earlier generations followed favorite writers. To create this book, each student in my Advanced Placement English Language and Composition class selected one film from the National Film Registry, which chooses up to 25 “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant films” each year for inclusion in the Library of Congress. Each student then wrote a review, discussing what worked and didn’t work; choices made by screenwriters, directors, and cinematographers; and personal reactions to particular scenes or the film as a whole. The goal was to create readable reviews that treated film with the same level of respect afforded to other works of art.



Wired to Run

Wired to Run Author Scoop Skupien
ISBN-10 9780740789533
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 192
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Over 35 million people will go running this year in the United States alone. For some of us, it's more than just a hobby-over 11 million of us are runaholics. Runners and addicts. Addicts and runners. The two hardly seem to go together . . . unless you're one of those people who periodically put a couple of miles on your running shoes and then think things like, Boy, this feels good. I could go all day long. Then you do. Or at least try to. Running and addiction--as in running addiction--do indeed go together like chocolate and peanut butter, as Wired to Run makes so perfectly clear. Written by Scoop Skupien, a habitual runner for the past 30 years and the founder of Runaholics Anonymous, Wired to Run is a humorous trip through the world of runaholics and a host of issues that the running obsessed can't quite leave in their dust. It's a good-natured satire of healing groups that will keep readers--whether they're runners or run enablers--laughing page after breathless page. Central to the book and the whole online Runaholics Anonymous organization is Skupien's 12-Step program for recognizing and dealing with this mental and very physical disorder. From We admit that we are powerless over running to We reach the Pinnacle: the ability to run in moderation, the self-help style mixes laughs with actual training tips and other helpful advice. The combination-along with hilarious analysis of six different running types that encompass just about anyone who's ever broken a sweat--pokes great fun at runners, their odd habits, and their running rituals. It's definitely fun on the run!



Outer Dark

Outer Dark Author Cormac McCarthy
ISBN-10 9780330474801
Release 2010-12-10
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By Cormac McCarthy, the author of the critically acclaimed Border Trilogy, Outer Dark is a novel at once mythic and starkly evocative, set in an unspecified place in Appalachia sometime around the turn of the century. A woman bears her brother's child, a boy; the brother leaves the baby in the woods and tells her he died of natural causes. Discovering her brother's lie, she sets forth alone to find her son. Both brother and sister wander separately through a countryside being scourged by three terrifying and elusive strangers, headlong toward an eerie, apocalyptic resolution.