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The Invisible Killer

Author : Gary Fuller
ISBN : 9781612197845
Genre : Nature
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An urgent examination of one of the biggest global crises facing us today--air pollution--looking at the drastic worsening of the problem, and what we can do about it. "Fascinating, readable, and terrifying in equal measure." —Mark Lynas, author of Six Degrees The air pollution that we breathe every day is largely invisible—but it is killing us. How did it get this bad, and how can we stop it? Far from a modern-day problem, scientists were aware of the impact of air pollution as far back as the seventeenth century. Now, as more of us live in cities, we are closer than ever to pollution sources, and the detrimental impact on the environment and our health has reached crisis point. The Invisible Killer will introduce you to the incredible individuals whose groundbreaking research paved the way to today's understanding of air pollution, often at their own detriment. Gary Fuller's global story examines devastating incidents from London's Great Smog to Norway's acid rain; Los Angeles's traffic problem to wood-burning damage in New Zealand. Fuller argues that the only way to alter the future course of our planet and improve collective global health is for city and national governments to stop ignoring evidence and take action, persuading the public and making polluters bear the full cost of the harm that they do. The decisions that we make today will impact on our health for decades to come. The Invisible Killer is an essential book for our times and a cautionary tale we need to take heed of.

Neonatal Tetasnus

Author : World health organization. Expanded programme on immunization
ISBN : OCLC:236226876
Genre :
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H2s

Author : Douglas R. Backer
ISBN : 1499757123
Genre : Education
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Hydrogen Sulfide is one of the deadliest, naturally occurring substances on the planet. Every day, thousands of oil field workers face potential exposure to this invisible killer. This book is packed with real life stories of H2S encounters in the oil field and tips on how you can avoid being the next oil field worker to fall victim to the deadly gas.

The Mystery Of The Invisible Killer

Author : Swaraj PAL
ISBN : 1699440352
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In Mumbai, near Jawharlal Nehru Port, a mysterious murder took place. An invisible man was terrorizing and killing the local people. A Bengali young man Shri Soumeswr Ghosh aka Somu'da was called by Mumbai police to investigate the mystery. Who was the invisible man and why was he terrorizing the local people? It is a complete adventurous journey of Somuda and his beloved cousin Arik, from Kolkata to Mumbai, in quest of the truth!

Invisible Killer

Author : Diana Montane
ISBN : 0988860511
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 57. 69 MB
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Provides insight on Charlie Brandt, a seemingly normal Florida man who was actually a serial killer known for gruesomely removing his victim's hearts and eating them.

Two Years Of Wonder

Author : Ted Neill
ISBN : 9781546581888
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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WINNER NAUTILUS AWARD - SILVER MEDAL 2018 WINNER INDEPENDENT PRESS AWARD - 2018 WINNER GOLD MEDAL - LITERARY TITAN AWARD - 2019 WINNER SILVER MEDAL - READERS FAVORITE, MEMOIR - 2019 FINALIST NEXT GEN BOOK AWARDS - 2018 BEST MEMOIR FINALIST SILVER FALCHION AWARD - 2019 FIVE STAR REVIEW FROM READERS' FAVORITE September 25, 2012 Ted Neill picked up a knife to cut his wrists open and kill himself. Post hospitalization and treatment for major depressive disorder, he wrote Two Years of Wonder, a memoir based on his journey towards recovery. In it, he examines the experience that left him with such despair: living and working for two years at an orphanage for children with HIV/AIDS in Nairobi, Kenya. Neill interweaves his story with the experiences of Oliver, Miriam, Ivy, Harmony, Tabitha, Sofie, Nea, and other children, exploring their own paths of trauma, survival, and resilience. In prose that is by turns poetic, confessional, and brutal, Neill with the children he comes alongside, strive to put the pieces of their fractured lives back together as they search for meaning and connection, each trying to reclaim their humanity and capacity to love in the face of inexplicable suffering and loss. Two Years of Wonder has been compared to Bryan Stevenson's Just Mercy, Elizabeth Gilbert's Eat Pray Love, and Brene Brown's Daring Greatly and Dare to Lead. Fan's of these authors, their vulnerability, their depth, and their focus on social issues will find that Neill's story and the story of the children he knew in Kenya,resonates.

Killer Machine

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ISBN : 9781849610001
Genre : Assassination
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When a new president comes to power, American politicans soon being assissinated in droves but no one seems to know who is behind the killing.

Dinkin Dings And The Frightening Things

Author : Guy Bass
ISBN : 9781101513347
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 65. 78 MB
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Dinkin Dings is afraid of everything. Only the Frightening Things-the three monsters who live under his bed-don't scare him. So when Dinkin suspects the people next door are evil zombies in disguise, he enlists his three friends to help take them down. But can a ghost, a skeleton, and a monster help a panic-stricken boy rid the world of a family of zombies?

Invisible Crimes And Social Harms

Author : P. Davies
ISBN : 9781137347824
Genre : Social Science
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This unique collection explores the continuing invisibility of much crime and victimization, and the lack of adequate responses to them. Shaping the lens through which criminology and victimology is approached in the twenty-first century, the volume examines major issues including (in)justice, risks, rights, regulation and enforcement.

Invisible Death

Author : Anthony Pelcher
ISBN : 9781612101088
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 44. 50 MB
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On Lees' quick and clever action depended the life of "Old Perk" Ferguson, the millionaire manufacturer threatened by the uncanny, invisible killer.

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