Danger in the Deep South Series Book 1: Lethal Action (Hope & Gabe) Book 2:
Devoted Defender (Annie & Caleb) Book 3: (Jen & Mac) Chapter One Annie
Thomas heard the sound of loud, male voices coming from the dining room of the
Author: Rachel Dylan
Danger in the Deep South #1 Attorney Hope Finch is a rising star at the prestigious New York law firm of Rice & Taylor and is used to high-stakes litigation. But when she’s sent to what she thought was a small, sleepy town in Georgia, she is unprepared for the dangerous turn of events that threatens her life and career. FBI Special Agent Gabe Marino knows that something sinister is happening in his hometown of Maxwell, Georgia. But even he doesn’t know how big the threat is until he’s assigned to protect a visiting big city lawyer. As Gabe investigates the illegal activity linked to Hope’s client, he tries to caution her, but she ignores his warnings—until it’s her life that’s in jeopardy. When Hope becomes the target in a deadly corporate cover-up that is directly tied to the biggest trial the town of Maxwell has ever seen, she and Gabe have to find a way to work together. Hope and Gabe race against the clock to uncover the true threat, but can Gabe keep Hope safe in the face of danger or will time run out on them both?
Emotions run deep as he stirs up trouble in the family , and it is suggested that
Harry may even be the devil himself . ... president of South Africa , in the 1986
PBS movie Mandela . ... Following The Color Purple , Glover teamed up with Mel
Gibson in 1987 ' s classic action - suspense romp , Lethal Weapon . ... Roger
Murtaugh , a homicide detective and stable family man , opposite Mel Gibson as
Martin Riggs , a loose cannon with little regard for danger to the point of being
Yet, if a riot had broken out in Orangeburg, most members of the South Carolina
Highway Patrol had undergone riot training in ... force will only contribute to the danger, aggravate the mob, and instill in the individual a deep-rooted hatred of
police. ... This book offers the United States military's sequence of force as a
useful model: “1. ... Every possible action should be taken before lethal force is
Author: Jack Shuler
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press
On the night of February 8, 1968, South Carolina state highway patrolmen fired on civil rights demonstrators in front of South Carolina State College, a historically black institution in the town of Orangeburg. Three young black men—Samuel Hammond, Delano Middleton, and Henry Smith—were killed, and twenty-eight other protestors were injured. Preceding the infamous events at Kent State University by more than two years, the Orangeburg Massacre, as it came to be known, was one of the first violent civil rights confrontations on an American college campus. The patrolmen involved were exonerated while victims and their families were left still seeking justice. To this day the community of Orangeburg endeavors to find resolution and reconciliation. In Blood and Bone, Orangeburg native Jack Shuler offers a multifaceted examination of the massacre and its aftermath, uncovering a richer history than the one he learned as a white youth growing up in Orangeburg. Shuler focuses on why events unfolded and escalated as they did and on the ramifications that still haunt the community. Despite the violence of the massacre and its contentious legacy, Orangeburg is a community of people living and working together. Shuler tells their fascinating stories and pays close attention to the ways in which the region is shaping a new narrative on its own, despite the lack of any official reexamination of the massacre. He also explores his own efforts to understand the tragedy in the context of Orangeburg's history of violence. His native connections gave him access to individuals, black and white, who have previously not spoken out publicly. Blood and Bone breaks new ground as an investigation of the massacre and also as a reflection by a proud Orangeburg native on the meanings of Southern community. Shuler concludes that the history of race and violence in Orangeburg mirrors the history of race relations in the United States—a murky and contested narrative, complicated by the emotions and motivations of those who have shaped the story and of those who have refused to close the book on it. Orangeburg, like the rest of the nation, carries the historical burdens of slavery, war, Reconstruction, Jim Crow, and civil rights. Blood and Bone exposes the ways in which historical memory affects the lives of ordinary Americans. Shuler explores how they remember the Orangeburg Massacre, what its meaning holds for them now, and what it means for the future of the South and the nation.
FROM THE EDITORS Lethal peace fallout An obscene twist to the termination of
the Cold War in Europe is the lethal fallout it may produce ... Thus, we are
publishing a special report giving an overview of Third World militarization and
the danger of regional conflicts in the 1990s. ... 1 Recent U.S. actions in Panama
and the Philippines were apparent models for U.S. military behavior in the new
decade. ... His most recent book is Low-Intensity Warfare (1988), edited with
Minor chemical changes may convert a relatively harmless substance into a lethal or incapacitating agent of great potency. ... It also follows that in this area of
military problems we must face acutely the growing danger that with every
additional ... This Roumanian episode was detailed and documented in a book
published in 1919 (de Flers), and was alluded to a ... made two visits to South
Korea in early 1952; and the Report noted that "whether the American Far
Eastern Command ...
The Federation of American Scientists, since 1946 concerned with the impact of
science on national and world affairs, ... In view of the potential danger to our
entire civilization from the development of biological and chemical weapons and
in view of ... U.S. government is engaged in a large- scale effort to develop and
produce lethal biological and chemical weapons. ... also feel that such
experimentation involving citizens of other countries compounds the moral
liability of such actions.
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.
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Author: Jim Craddock
Publisher: Gale / Cengage Learning
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