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The Carpenter S Destiny

Author : Noah Harris
ISBN : 1979165165
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Dean and Mikael's love has all the makings of a storybook romance. If only their deepening devotion wasn't peppered with druids, werewolves and impending war. The peaceful and steady rural life Dean had only dreamed of has been disrupted by the usual suspects in any serious romance, and is only intensified by their mystical and inherently dangerous nature. Despite the weightiness of their "in-laws" and their issues, Dean and Mikael's relationship climbs to new heights and, in this committed intimacy, a passion, beyond that which can be imagined emerges. Meanwhile, evil forces gather once again, threatening the already tenuous hold Mikael and Dean have on their domestic bliss. The couple cling to a sense of normality only found with one another as they await the ensuing tides of war that creep closer with every passing moment. But there's also exploration and magic outside of Dean's deepening fidelity to Mikael. His newfound lineage connects him more deeply to the pack and to the natural realms. As he explores the reach of his latent abilities with a mysterious shaman, he finds his value to the pack is more than simply as an accessory to its heir. He also begins to realize that his best interest might not naturally align with theirs. Fortifying his defenses includes shielding his lover and partner, as well as himself, as they seek a conclusion in which their love emerges in one piece. The Carpenter's Destiny is the latest novel in a gay romance series. Balancing primal sex scenes and the sweetness of evolving commitment, this story stretches the boundaries of what even the heartiest of love stories can hold. When true evil threatens his dreams, how deep into the darkness will Dean venture to hold onto the true bright flame in his life?

The Stone Of Destiny

Author : Richard T. Ryan
ISBN : 9781787050846
Genre : Fiction
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During the elaborate funeral for Queen Victoria, a group of Irish separatists breaks into Westminster Abbey and steals the Coronation Stone, on which every monarch of England has been crowned since the 14th century. After learning of the theft from Mycroft, Sherlock Holmes is tasked with recovering the stone and returning it to England. In pursuit of the many-named stone, which has a rich and colorful history, Holmes and Watson travel to Ireland in disguise as they try to infiltrate the Irish Republican Brotherhood, the group they believe responsible for the theft. The story features a number of historical characters, including a very young Michael Collins, who would go on to play a prominent role in Irish history; John Theodore Tussaud, the grandson of Madame Tussaud; and George Bradley, the dean of Westminster at the time of the theft. There are also references to a number of other Victorian luminaries, including Joseph Lister and Frederick Treves. For fans of Conan Doyle’s immortal detective, the game is always afoot. However, for the great detective the stakes have never been higher as he must mollify a king who refuses to ascend the throne until “order has been restored.”

The Destiny Thief

Author : Richard Russo
ISBN : 9781524733520
Genre : Literary Collections
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A master of the novel, short story, and memoir, the best-selling and Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Everybody's Fool now gives us his very first collection of personal essays, ranging throughout writing and reading and living. In these nine essays, Richard Russo provides insight into his life as a writer, teacher, friend, and reader. From a commencement speech he gave at Colby College, to the story of how an oddly placed toilet made him reevaluate the purpose of humor in art and life, to a comprehensive analysis of Mark Twain's value, to his harrowing journey accompanying a dear friend as she pursued gender-reassignment surgery, The Destiny Thief reflects the broad interests and experiences of one of America's most beloved authors. Warm, funny, wise, and poignant, the essays included here traverse Russo's writing life, expanding our understanding of who he is and how his singular, incredibly generous mind works. An utter joy to read, they give deep insight into the creative process from the prospective of one of our greatest writers.

Struggling With Destiny In Karimpur 1925 1984

Author : Susan S. Wadley
ISBN : 9780520084070
Genre : History
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Susan Wadley first visited Karimpur—the village "behind mud walls" made famous by William and Charlotte Wiser—as a graduate student in 1967. She returned often, adding her observations and experiences to the Wisers' field notes from the 1920s and 1930s. In this long-awaited book, Wadley gives us a work of unprecedented scope: a portrait of an Indian village as it has changed over a sixty-year period. She hears of changes in agriculture, labor relations, education, and the family. But Karimpur's residents do not speak with one voice in describing the ways their lives have changed—viewpoints vary considerably depending on the speaker's gender, economic status, and caste. Using cultural documents such as songs and stories, as well as data on household budgets and farming practices, Wadley examines what it means to be poor or rich, female or male. She demonstrates that the forms of subordination prescribed for women are paralleled by those prescribed for lower castes. Villagers also speak of political struggles in India, and of the importance of religion when confronting change. Their stories, songs, and life histories reveal the rich fabric of Karimpur and show how much can be learned from listening to its people.

The Destiny Of Zoe Carpenter

Author : Barbara Amaya
ISBN : 9781622170456
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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The Destiny of Zoe Carpenter follows the invincible Zoe Carpenter and morphing sidekick Carl as they each discover their purpose in life and fight crime, including human trafficking. Book aims to teach and start a conversation about human trafficking, real facts about the subject are included n the book.

Passionate Destiny

Author : Dee S. Knight
ISBN : 9781595780058
Genre : Fiction
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Margaret just needs a restful place to rethink her future. What she gets is a ghost that thinks she’s his soul mate and the disturbing presence of his modern-day descendant. Can love reach across time to right the wrongs of the past and heal the wounds of the present? Dee S. Knight weaves a haunting tale in her latest romance, Passionate Destiny. Margaret Amis-Hollings makes a temporary move to River Peace, an old family home in Virginia, where the resident spirit mistakes her for his long-lost soul mate. When Margaret meets Aaron, a descendant of the spirit, their attraction is undeniable, but Margaret is only looking for a respite while she restarts her failing career. Aaron’s family has always believed River Peace is theirs and he sees Margaret as a way to recoup the loss. Modern property rights or souls reaching across the centuries. Have too much time and too many events passed for Aaron and Margaret to fulfill their destinies, or is love meant to be the victor?

Man S Origin And Destiny

Author : J. Peter Lesley
ISBN : HARVARD:TZ1FTY
Genre : Anthropology
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Whales And Destiny

Author : Edouard A. Stackpole
ISBN : STANFORD:36105036789548
Genre : Whaling
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The Problem Of Human Destiny

Author : Orville Dewey
ISBN : STANFORD:24503415209
Genre : Colonization
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The United Brotherhood Of Carpenters

Author : Walter Galenson
ISBN : 0674921968
Genre : Business & Economics
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What makes American labor unions distinctive from others in advanced Western countries is neither as simple as their wanting âeoemoreâe nor as philosophical as their operating in an open-class society. Through a comprehensive analysis of the United Brotherhood of Carpentersâe"the largest union before the 1930s and the pioneerâe"Walter Galenson details the reasons for the union's success. He finds that the Carpenters survived the vicissitudes of rapid industrialization and modernization because it was a conservative, business union. From its inception in 1881, the Carpenters' union embraced the capitalist system and worked to improve productivity. This resulted in a higher wage scale, greater leisure time, use of technology to stretch construction work over the winter months, increased fringe benefits, job security during jurisdictional disputes, and more than normal advances by minorities and blacks. Galenson's book is based on a vast sampling of archival materials, including union records, diaries, minutes of local and affiliate unions, and AFL and CIO primary sources. The author blends narrative with shrewd intuitive analysis to provide an indispensable source for labor and economic historians and students of labor movements.

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