Clay Man

Clay Man Author
ISBN-10 9781770490833
Release 2012-03-08
Pages 96
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It is 1595, and the rabbi’s son Jacob is frustrated with having to live in the walled ghetto known as Jewish Town. Why can’t he venture outside of the gates and explore the beautiful city? His father warns him that Passover is a dangerous time to be a Jew and that the people from outside accuse the Jews of dreadful deeds. But one night, Jacob follows his father and two companions as they unlock the ghetto gates and proceed to the river, where they mold a human shape from the mud of the riverbank. When the rabbi speaks strange words, the shape is infused with life and the Golem of Prague is born. In this breathtaking retelling of a timeless tale, Irene N. Watts’s beautiful words are complemented by the haunting black-and-white images of artist Kathryn E. Shoemaker. From the Hardcover edition.

The Red Clay Desert

The Red Clay Desert Author Joe Allen
ISBN-10 9780595479863
Release 2008-03
Pages 232
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In the twenty-fifth century, what used to be called the Midwestern section of the United States of America, all the way from the Gulf of Mexico to Canada, has become desert. The remains of Midwest City, Oklahoma, now known as Haze Territory, is a barren red clay desert populated by only a few family councils. Fourteen-year-old Kyle Haze must help his family defend the area, just as his ancestors did over many previous generations. Means of monetary exchange, transportation, community, and industry are long gone since the only active government is that of local communities. Fighting among area clans is common when survival is at stake and resources are scarce. Those remaining in the harsh environment must migrate, mutate, adapt, or die. After the Chastain clan attacks his father, Kyle and his kin are driven from the only home they've ever known. They set out to renew their lives up north, a land foreign to them, while attempting to keep their family intact. Kyle must constantly lead them in and out of life-threatening circumstances, bringing out the best and worst of humanity in order to survive another day in their primitive world and avenge the damage done to his family by other clans.

Mable s Place

Mable s Place Author Jon Bever
ISBN-10 1453593284
Release 2010-10-14
Pages 54
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Even though this is a work of fi ction, many of these types of events happen every day. What we often observe as coincidence are really miracles from God. Everything has a reason and every reason has a purpose. Jesus gave us a purpose in life when he told us to go forth and make disciples. What better ambition could any person have? Merry Christmas Jon J. Bever

When You Work in the Shadows You Can Never Walk in the Light

When You Work in the Shadows  You Can Never Walk in the Light Author By Billy D. S Fiction by Billy D. Smith
ISBN-10 9781438973265
Release 2009-04-01
Pages 316
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"When You Work in the Shadows" is a fictional story and a continuation of Billy's first book, "A Marines Life in the Shadows." It is a story about Clay Dawson and the associates and friends that have become intertwined in his adventurous life in the Marine Corps and his involvement with the CIA. Clay and his team's exploits against the KGB and other terrorist groups have resulted in many enemies among those adversaries. The KGB's deep hatred of Clay has made them mount an intense effort to locate and lure him out or retirement so as to assassinate him and his wife. This sequel depicts the attempts by Clay's two worst KGB nemeses with a deep score to settle to eliminate Clay and his wife, Amy. Will the KGB driven by a need for vengeance and their sworn blood vendetta be successful in their assassination plot where others have tried and fail

Staggering Secrets in the Clay Tablets

Staggering Secrets in the Clay Tablets Author Noel Stevens
ISBN-10 9781440126192
Release 2009-08
Pages 152
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The phone rang, and a voice in Spanish said, "I'm Carlos. In excavations in Rome, they have found a new Gospel, in Latin, on clay tablets. The tablets went directly into the Vatican. However, I have a copy from a friend within the Vatican-we'd like to have it in English. He said, "I have a Spanish translation. If I post you the transcript, could you translate it?" I said I could. I'm simply an Australian journalist, who worked for United Press. Carlos said, "I only ask your word that you will not photocopy the Spanish version, and when you finish, you'll hand it back to me, together with a copy of your own version." Leaving me hanging out on a limb, in thin air but when I read it, I could see that it was authentic. When I finished, we met. I asked him for his phone number, and he told me they'd call me if needed. A week later, he rang, and said, "That's beautifully written, what you've done." I never heard from him again.

The Girl Clay

The Girl Clay Author Amy Cross
ISBN-10 9783961424108
Release 2015-01-01
Pages 300
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Ten years ago, a scared little girl was supposed to lead a doomsday cult to a new level of spiritual awakening. Today, that same little girl is on the run, desperately trying to stay one step ahead of a vengeful minor deity. Rebecca 'Clay' Layton knows that one day the past will catch up to her. Ever since her mother took her to live with the Cult of Attaroth, something has been different about Clay: not only does she have a striking ability to communicate with the dead, but she has also drawn the attention of a dangerous, unstable entity that wants to use her as his instrument. Attaroth is both a god and a demon, all rolled into one. He has Clay in his sights, and he's determined to draw her back into his game. When he forces her to travel to the remote town of Silverglade, however, it becomes clear that Attaroth's plans are far darker than anyone could ever have expected. After ten years, a horrific prophecy is about to be put to the test, and Clay's blood is required. The Girl Clay is the story of a little girl who was pushed too far, and a woman who finally has to stop running and face the demon from her childhood.

Henry Clay Frick

Henry Clay Frick Author George Harvey
ISBN-10 1587981270
Release 2002-01
Pages 392
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Harvey (1864-1928) offers a biography of his personal friend Frick (b. 1849), whose close relationship with the Carnegie family resulting in his obtaining absolute control, at age 41, of the newly reorganized Carnegie Steel Company. It discusses his legal difficulties with Andrew Carnegie, his role

Connect Teachers Edition 4

Connect Teachers Edition 4 Author Jack C. Richards
ISBN-10 0521594820
Release 2004-12-13
Pages 320
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Connect, First Edition, is a fun, 4-level, multi-skills American English course especially written and designed for young adolescents. The comprehensive, interleaved Teacher's Edition 4 provides teaching support for Student's Book 4, which is a high-intermediate-level text for students aged 11-15. Teacher's Edition 4 provides step-by-step instructions to present, practice, and review all new language. It also features the audio scripts, optional exercises, and informative notes. The back of Teacher's Edition 4 contains a rich source of support materials, many of which are copiable.

Power in the Blood

Power in the Blood Author Greg Matthews
ISBN-10 9781504034890
Release 2016-05-03
Pages 903
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Siblings separated on an orphan train reunite years later to seek revenge in the lawless West in this “great novelist’s masterwork” (Stephen King). In 1869, the Dugan siblings board an orphan train in upstate New York. Adopted by different families at separate stops along the train’s westward journey, Clay, Zoe, and Drew vow to find one another as soon as they can, but tragic circumstances conspire against them. Clay avenges the brutal murder of his foster parents and becomes one of the most feared bounty hunters in the West. Raped by her new father, Zoe gives birth to a daughter whose vivid blue birthmark portends the gift of second sight. And Drew, abandoned in the desert by a religious fanatic, is rescued by renegade Apache brothers and falls in with a crowd of murderers, prostitutes, and bank robbers. When fate finally reunites the siblings, Zoe enlists Clay and Drew in a plot against a ruthless Colorado gold magnate bent on stealing her fortune. Decades spent practicing the art of survival have taught the Dugans that the odds are always stacked against them—but if they stopped to consider the odds, they would have been dead long ago. Hailed by the Chicago Tribune as a “great page-turning, stay-up-late-into-the-night-saga” and ideal for fans of Larry McMurtry and Cormac McCarthy, Power in the Blood takes readers on an epic journey into the dark heart of the American frontier.

The Little Clay Cart

The Little Clay Cart Author Śūdraka
ISBN-10 0791417263
Release 1994-01-11
Pages 175
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The Little Clay Cart is a Sanskrit play revolving around a romantic theme of the love of a high-born man for a courtesan. It contains dramatic developments involving a dynastic overthrow and contains realistic portrayals of a wide range of characters.

The National Clay Minstrel

The National Clay Minstrel Author George Hood
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105024275799
Release 1843
Pages 126
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The National Clay Minstrel has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The National Clay Minstrel also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The National Clay Minstrel book for free.


Bitten Author Kelley Armstrong
ISBN-10 9780748108596
Release 2008-09-04
Pages 464
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I've been fighting it all night. I'm going to lose ... Nature wins out. It always does.' Elena Michaels didn't know that her lover Clay was a werewolf until he bit her, changing her life forever. Betrayed and furious, she cannot accept her transformation, and wants nothing to do with her Pack - a charismatic group of fellow werewolves who say they want to help. When a series of brutal murders threatens the Pack - and Clay - Elena is forced to make an impossible choice. Abandon the only people who truly understand her new nature, or help them to save the lover who ruined her life, and who still wants her back at any cost.

The Yellow Rose

The Yellow Rose Author Gilbert Morris
ISBN-10 9781418568405
Release 2004-06-09
Pages 368
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The Texas Frontier provides for riveting adventure and inspiring characters as this historical fiction series draws readers into the struggle for freedom.


Steptoe Author Boyd Hartman
ISBN-10 9781543410181
Release 2017-05-08
Pages 464
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The story not only takes the reader along the trail to Oregon but it also takes the reader along with the main characters to the gold fields of California, to the nation’s capital where the fate of the western lands is deliberated. It deals with the great events that drove out government’s policies and the emigrant’s dreams and ambitions. But this novel deals not only with one of America’s most dramatic eras but also with a story of adventure, of triumphs and disasters, and above all, a story steeped in the loves and passions of those to whom we owe our heritage.

Clay Allison

Clay Allison Author John A. Truett
ISBN-10 9780865343085
Release 2000-01-01
Pages 288
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After the Civil War, Clay Allison and his brother, John, leave their ravaged Tennessee home to start a new life in Cimarron, a little town in wild untamed New Mexico Territory. Not only must they deal with iron-fisted wealthy landowner Lucien Maxwell and the notorious Santa Fe Ring, but Clay Allison's life is threatened by revenge-seeking Chunk and Steve Colbert, two psychopathic outlaws. With Clay Allison's unorthodox methods of defending himself while trying to bring fairness to others, he acquires the reputation of a cold-hearted gunfighter who will kill anyone who rubs him the wrong way. This intriguing story is based on fact and includes all the people who lived at the time -- including beautiful Dora McCullough who, with her love, tries to save Clay Allison from going to hell.

The Plays

The Plays Author Hans-Wilhelm Schwarze
ISBN-10 0521013119
Release 2002
Pages 824
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The Plays has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Plays also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Plays book for free.

The Papers of Henry Clay

The Papers of Henry Clay Author Henry Clay
ISBN-10 9780813156736
Release 2015-01-13
Pages 976
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The Papers of Henry Clay span the crucial first half of the nineteenth century in American history. Few men in his time were so intimately concerned with the formation of national policy, and few influenced so profoundly the growth of American political institutions. The year 1837 found Henry Clay hard at work in a successful effort to organize and strengthen the new Whig party. In his attempt to provide for it an ideological core, he emphasized restoration of the Bank of the United States, distribution of the treasury surplus to the states, continued adherence to his Compromise Tariff Act of 1833, and federal funding of internal improvements. The achievement of these goals, Clay reasoned, would mitigate the severe impact of the Depression of 1837 and sweep the Whigs into the White House in 1840. Soon after the election of 1836, Clay began running again for the presidency. By 1838 it was clear to him that he would have to come to grips politically with the long-muted slavery question. This he did in February 1839 in a Senate speech that was so proslavery, anti-abolitionist, and racially extremist that it cost him the Whig presidential nomination at the Harrisburg convention in December 1839. William Henry Harrison was nominated in his stead and won handily. But one month after his inauguration Harrison died and Vice President John Tyler, a states' rights Democrat turned Whig, was elevated to the presidency. Senator Clay emerged from his disappointment at Harrisburg as the acknowledged leader of the Whig party and further unified it in a wide-ranging assault on the Tyler administration's refusal to support Whig principles. By the end of 1843 Tyler had been broken, the Whig party was Clay's to lead, and the Kentuckian was again in the presidential lists. Confident that 1844 would surely be his year, Clay unfortunately failed to see the formation and growth of the black cloud that was Texas annexation. Publication of this book was assisted by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.