Hunt for the Enemy

Hunt for the Enemy Author Rob Sinclair
ISBN-10 0995693323
Release 2017-02-01
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Hunt for the Enemy is the breathtaking and action-packed finale to the bestselling Enemy series of espionage thrillers featuring Carl Logan. Praise for Rob Sinclair and Hunt for the Enemy: "an excellent action thriller, perfect for fans of Jack Reacher and Ben Hope ... a great series" - Victoria Goldman (Off The Shelf Book Reviews) "Logan is back and this time it is personal ... a spectacular finale to the trilogy" - Claire Knight (crimebookjunkie.co.uk) "fast paced and gripping ... highly tense" - Sarah Hardy (By The Letter Book Reviews) "The pace is relentless ... a brilliant story line" - Treebeard (Breakaway Reviewers) "fast paced and complex plot, full of action, suspense and thrills ... a great story arc" - Cathy Ryan (Between The Lines Book Blog) "fast paced and intriguing as ever ... one of those you just don't want to put down" - Liz Barnsley (Liz Loves Books Blog) Book Description: The Hunt is on... They've erased his past. Wiped out his very existence. But Carl Logan isn't finished yet. On the run in a harsh Russian winter, Logan - once an invaluable asset but now branded a traitor - has been framed for murder. His own firm, the secretive Joint Intelligence Agency, have labeled him a rogue operative after two decades of loyal service. The agency is hunting him down... and they're not the only ones. But there's much more at stake than just Logan's life. One by one, agents and informants from all sides, all allegiances, are dying. And Carl Logan is the only man who can put a stop to it, once and for all.



The Enemy Within

The Enemy Within Author John Demos
ISBN-10 9781440636912
Release 2008-10-02
Pages 336
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With the vision of a historian and the voice of a novelist, prize?winning author John Demos explores the social, cultural, and psychological roots of the scourge that is witch-hunting, both in the remote past and today. The Enemy Within chronicles the most prominent witch-hunts of the Western world?women and men who were targeted by suspicious neighbors and accused of committing horrific crimes by supernatural means?and shows how the fear of witchcraft has fueled recurrent cycles of accusation, persecution, and purging. A unique and fascinating book, it illumines the dark side of communities driven to rid themselves of perceived evil, no matter what the human cost.



Dark Trophies

Dark Trophies Author Simon Harrison
ISBN-10 9780857454980
Release 2012
Pages 233
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Many anthropological accounts of warfare in indigenous societies have described the taking of heads or other body parts as trophies. But almost nothing is known of the prevalence of trophy-taking of this sort in the armed forces of contemporary nation-states. This book is a history of this type of misconduct among military personnel over the past two centuries, exploring its close connections with colonialism, scientific collecting and concepts of race, and how it is a model for violent power relationships between groups.



The Invisible Enemy

The Invisible Enemy Author Dwayne N. Hunt
ISBN-10 1893555364
Release 2001-10-01
Pages 118
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A book about America's New War, the conquering of fear and terror and the church responsibility.



Satanic Purses

Satanic Purses Author R. T. Naylor
ISBN-10 9780773574885
Release 2008-01-01
Pages 429
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Naylor argues that bin Laden's role in various terrorist activities has been grossly exaggerated and that the idea of al-Qa?idah as a well-financed, centrally directed movement is a fable akin to misconceptions about the Mafia. Satanic Purses makes clear that the myths surrounding the war on terror, especially the alleged existence of hordes of Islamic terror dollars, have led Western countries, particularly the US, to policies that create death and disorder abroad and the loss of due process and privacy at home.



Inventing the Enemy

Inventing the Enemy Author Wendy Z. Goldman
ISBN-10 9781139498012
Release 2011-08-08
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Inventing the Enemy uses stories of personal relationships to explore the behaviour of ordinary people during Stalin's terror. Communist Party leaders strongly encouraged ordinary citizens and party members to 'unmask the hidden enemy' and people responded by flooding the secret police and local authorities with accusations. By 1937, every workplace was convulsed by hyper-vigilance, intense suspicion and the hunt for hidden enemies. Spouses, co-workers, friends and relatives disavowed and denounced each other. People confronted hideous dilemmas. Forced to lie to protect loved ones, they struggled to reconcile political imperatives and personal loyalties. Workplaces were turned into snake pits. The strategies that people used to protect themselves - naming names, pre-emptive denunciations, and shifting blame - all helped to spread the terror. Inventing the Enemy, a history of the terror in five Moscow factories, explores personal relationships and individual behaviour within a pervasive political culture of 'enemy hunting'.



Civil Rights In Peril

Civil Rights In Peril Author Elaine C. Hagopian
ISBN-10 0745322646
Release 2004-06-01
Pages 322
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Muslims and Arab-Americans are increasingly under attack as a result of the US 'war on terror' - at home, as well as abroad. Since the tragic events of September 11, Arab and Muslim Americans have faced a major assault on their civil liberties. While targeting vulnerable groups and drawing on racist stereotypes about Arabs and Muslims, these measures threaten millions of people, including immigrants, activists, trade unionists, academics, writers, and anyone who the government wishes to define as a 'threat' to national security. The Patriot Act and new immigration laws primarily aimed at Muslims and Arabs have greatly expanded federal powers and eroded longstanding civil liberties. The US government has used its expanded powers to detain, deport, and try individuals, at times without access to lawyers or full disclosure of evidence and charges used against them. Civil Rights in Peril seeks to expose the impact of these new governmental powers on Muslims and Arabs, as well as other groups and individuals targeted as part of the Bush administration's 'war on terror', and to show how ordinary people can resist these attacks on our fundamental rights. This powerful anthology, edited by the well-known scholar and activist Elaine Hagopian, includes essays by Samih Farsoun, Naseer Aruri, Susan Akram, Nancy Murray, Robert Morlino and William Youmans.



Hack Attack

Hack Attack Author Nick Davies
ISBN-10 9781448114344
Release 2014-07-31
Pages 464
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A SUNDAY TIMES TOP 5 BESTSELLER LONGLISTED FOR THE SAMUEL JOHNSON PRIZE 2014 SHORTLISTED FOR THE FT BUSINESS BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD 2014 SHORTLISTED FOR THE ORWELL PRIZE 2015 At first, it seemed like a small story. The royal correspondent of the News of the World was cuaght listening in on Buckingham Palace voicemails. He was quietly sent to prison and the case was closed. But Nick Davies felt sure there was a lot more going on. And he was right. Hack Attack is the definitive inside story of one of the major scandals of our age, told by the man who exposed it. Davies and a network of rebel lawyers, MPs and celebrities took on Rupert Murdoch, one of the most powerful men in the world, and in bringing him down they uncovered a world of crime and cover-up reaching from the newsroom to Scotland Yard and to Downing Street. This is the story of a network of corruption rooted deep within our society, and how it was dragged into the light. 'This has all the elements - lying, corruption, blackmail - at the highest levels of government by the biggest newspaper in London' GEORGE CLOONEY



Brigades of Gettysburg

Brigades of Gettysburg Author Bradley M. Gottfried
ISBN-10 9781626368118
Release 2012-02-12
Pages 704
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Using a wealth of first-hand accounts, author Bradley M. Gottfried pieces together each brigade’s experience at Gettysburg. Whether stories of forced marches, weary troops, or the bitter and tragic end of the battle, you’ll experience every angle of this epic battle. Learn what happened when the guns stopped firing and the men were left with only boredom and dread of what was to come. This collection is a lively and fascinating narrative that empowers the everyday men who fought furiously and died honorably. Every detail of the Battle of Gettysburg is included in this comprehensive chronicle.



The Naval War in the Mediterranean

The Naval War in the Mediterranean Author Paul G. Halpern
ISBN-10 9781317391869
Release 2015-10-05
Pages 652
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This volume, originally published in 1987, fills a gap in a neglected area. Looking at the entire war in the Mediterrean, the volume examines the war from the viewpoint of all the important participants, making full use of archives and manuscript collections in Britain, France, Italy, Germany, Austria and the United States. A fascinating mosaic of campaigns emerges in the Adriatic, Straits of Otranto and the Eastern Aegean. The German assistance to the tribes of Libya, the threat that Germany would get her hands on the Russian Black Sea Fleet and use it in the Mediterreanean, and the appearance and influence of the Americans in 1918 all took place against a background of rivalry between the Allies which frustrated the appointment of Jellicoe in 1918 as supreme command at sea in a role similar to that of Foch on land.



The Marine Finds His Family

The Marine Finds His Family Author Angel Smits
ISBN-10 9781460344071
Release 2014-12-01
Pages 384
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His most important mission US marine DJ Hawkins is on a mission to locate his son's mother and discover why she abandoned the boy. To DJ's surprise, Tammie Easton is easy to locate, and it soon becomes clear she has her reasons for staying away. But can he protect her from her past? Determined to ignore the surge of renewed attraction, he vows to help her. Unraveling her life is intense and DJ respects the woman she's become…even as he catches glimpses of the girl he fell in love with years ago. Now, DJ will do anything to keep Tammie safe for his son…and himself.



The Invisible Enemy

The Invisible Enemy Author Anthony R. Howard
ISBN-10 9781468908053
Release 2012-07-06
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In The Invisible Enemy: Black Fox Reporter Dorian Valentine discovers the horrific truth regarding the Strategic Offensive Reduction Treaty (a critical peace agreement between the former Soviet Union and the United States). One side is cheating, and even worse, the cheating side holds the ultimate trump card. He is brutally trained from birth. He is trained to live, to talk and to think like Americans. Foreign powers have constructed the most dangerous network of secret operatives ever known to be created for the ultimate trinity: Intelligence, Espionage, and Warfare. This dynamic organization has been planted on US soil long ago by the former KGB to retrieve information at any cost, cause political catastrophe or kill on moment's notice. Now they are out of control. They are striking fear into the heart of the Pentagon. The Central Intelligence Agency assembles a powerful team of assassins that "do not exist" in an attempt to terminate an enemy that cannot be caught by any traditional methods. The Invisible Enemy grabs the reader by the arm and casts them deep into the furious depths of intense warfare, awesome espionage and unpredictable deceit - where there is a frightful undercover agenda that even the operatives themselves are not aware of.



Hurricane

Hurricane Author Leo McKinstry
ISBN-10 9781848543942
Release 2010-06-24
Pages 384
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In the summer of 1940 the fate of Europe hung in the balance. Victory in the forthcoming air battle would mean national survival; defeat would establish German tyranny. The Luftwaffe greatly outnumbered the RAF, but during the Battle of Britain it was the RAF that emerged triumphant, thanks to two key fighter planes, the Spitfire and the Hurricane. The Hurricane made up over half of Fighter Command's front-line strength, and its revolutionary design transformed the RAF's capabilities. Leo McKinstry tells the story of the remarkable plane from its designers to the first-hand testimonies of those brave pilots who flew it; he takes in the full military and political background but always keeps the human stories to the fore - to restore the Hawker Hurricane to its rightful place in history.



Public Enemy Number One

Public Enemy Number One Author Trudy Irene Scee
ISBN-10 9781608935123
Release 2015-11-15
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Hunt s Merchants Magazine and Commercial Review

Hunt s Merchants  Magazine and Commercial Review Author Isaac Smith Homans
ISBN-10 HARVARD:32044105223002
Release 1859
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Hunt s Merchants Magazine and Commercial Review has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Hunt s Merchants Magazine and Commercial Review also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Hunt s Merchants Magazine and Commercial Review book for free.



The Lost Universe

The Lost Universe Author Gene Weltfish
ISBN-10 0803258712
Release 1977
Pages 506
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"A fascinating insight into the life and culture of the Pawnee people is achieved here by the author's presentation of carefully gathered information in the form of a narrative of one year in Pawnee village. The first few chapters lay the groundwork of kinship lines, followed by a narration of the life of one person in the village. Customs, ceremonies, beliefs, and hard work become apparent as the author leads one through the intricacies of the activities. Although it presents a great deal of detailed anthropological material, the manner of presentation turns the book into a readable account. . . . The book is based on years of first-hand study as well as scholarly research and is recom-mended as an in-depth study of Plains Indian life."—Reprint Bulletin-Book Reviews Gene Weltfish is coauthor, with Ruth Benedict, of The Races of Mankind. She is also the author of The Origins of Art and other books.



Climate Variability Climate Change and Fisheries

Climate Variability  Climate Change and Fisheries Author Michael H. Glantz
ISBN-10 0521017823
Release 2005-08-22
Pages 450
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As we approach the end of the twentieth century, public and scientific attention is focusing increasingly on the detection and assessment of changes in our environment. This unique volume addresses the potential implications of global warming for fisheries and the societies which depend on them. Using a 'forecasting by analogy' approach, which draws upon experiences from the recent past in coping with regional fluctuations in the abundance or availability of living marine resources, it is shown how we might be able to assess our ability to respond to the consequences of future environmental changes induced by a potential global warming. The book takes the form of a series of integrated case studies from around the globe, which are presented by an interdisciplinary group of leading researchers. This important and thought-provoking volume will be of interest to a wide range of scientists working in the fields of biology, marine and environmental science, climatology, economics and anthropology, as well as resource managers and policy makers concerned with the health and future of living marine resources.