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The Bitter Season

Author : Tami Hoag
ISBN : 9781409152019
Genre : Fiction
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In THE BITTER SEASON, Tami Hoag - the Sunday Times bestselling author of A THIN DARK LINE - returns with book six in the gripping Kovac & Liska detective series. 'As good as Michael Connelly or Karin Slaughter at their best.' Mark Edwards, No. 1 Kindle bestseller A middle-aged couple - hacked to death in their own home - with a samurai sword. Normal people. Who were they? And why were they targeted? Twenty years ago a policeman was murdered in his own back garden and the killer was never caught. One woman might link these mysteries. But she is being watched. Can Detectives Nikki Liska and Sam Kovac find her before it is too late? A page-turning thriller packed with suspense. If you like Angela Marsons, Rachel Abbott and Karen Rose you will love Tami Hoag. Praise for THE BITTER SEASON 'A masterful tale of two colliding cases that become one tightly coiled plot, THE BITTER SEASON is Tami Hoag at her down and dirty best. Authentic, dark and intense, this is a portrait of flawed characters on both sides of the law that will surprise you and make you laugh as you double-lock your doors.' - Tess Gerritsen 'Gritty, sinister and gory, with wonderfully world-weary detectives, and a craftily constructed plot.' - Deirdre O' Brien, Sunday Mirror

The Bitter Season

Author : Robert Myron Coates
ISBN : UCAL:B4097818
Genre : Fiction
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For A Bitter Season

Author : George Garrett
ISBN : UCAL:$B120135
Genre : Charlottesville (Va.)
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The Wildest Heart

Author : Rosemary Rogers
ISBN : 1402256973
Genre : Fiction
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Fall in love with a classic: An epic love story in the true spirit of the Old West from New York Times bestseller Rosemary Rogers Passionate, headstrong Lady Rowena Dangerfield and dark, dangerous outlaw Lucas Cord... two destinies intertwined under the blazing New Mexico sun... Lady Rowena Dangerfield travels from the exotic palaces of India to the splendor of the Royal Court of London to the savage New Mexico frontier to lay claim to her inheritance and live freely as only she would dare. In the violent, untamed American Southwest, she finally meets a man as strong as she is: Lucas Cord, a dark, dangerously handsome, half-Apache outlaw. Fighting scandal, treachery, and murder, Luke is determined to have Rowena for his own, and as their all-consuming passion mounts, no one is going to stop him... Praise for Rosemary Rogers: "The queen of historical romance." -New York Times Book Review "Rosemary Rogers has brought unique fantasy into the lives of 60 million readers worldwide." -Chicago Tribune What Readers Say: "A true American west adventure. It makes you cry, it makes you wish, and it makes you dream. It's what a romance novel is all about." "The Wildest Heart kept me captivated well beyond the last page...Ro and Luke continue to wander out there in the southwest, two truly 'wild hearts.'"

The Poetics Of Sovereignty

Author : Jack Wei Chen
ISBN : 0674056086
Genre : History
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Emperor Taizong (r. 626–49) of the Tang is remembered as an exemplary ruler. This study addresses that aura of virtuous sovereignty and Taizong’s construction of a reputation for moral rulership through his own literary writings—with particular attention to his poetry. The author highlights the relationship between historiography and the literary and rhetorical strategies of sovereignty, contending that, for Taizong, and for the concept of sovereignty in general, politics is inextricable from cultural production. The work focuses on Taizong’s literary writings that speak directly to the relationship between cultural form and sovereign power, as well as on the question of how the Tang negotiated dynastic identity through literary stylistics. The author maintains that Taizong’s writings may have been self-serving at times, representing strategic attempts to control his self-image in the eyes of his court and empire, but that they also become the ideal image to which his self was normatively bound. This is the paradox at the heart of imperial authorship: Taizong was simultaneously the author of his representation and was authored by his representation; he was both subject and object of his writings.

For A Bitter Season

Author : George P. Garrett
ISBN : LCCN:67010567
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Punch

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ISBN : ONB:+Z256814008
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Hand Book Of Americain Litt Rature Historical Biographical And Critical

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ISBN : BSB:BSB10732868
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Doing December Differently

Author : Nicola Slee & Rosie Miles
ISBN : 9781849520461
Genre : Religion
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Explores how people of faith and goodwill might mark the midwinter season and the Christmas festival with integrity and simplicity.

The United Service Magazine

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ISBN : NYPL:33433081656658
Genre : Military art and science
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