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📒Duty Bound ✍ Lindsay Buroker
✏Duty Bound Book Summary : Crown Agent Jev Dharrow's good dwarf friend Cutter is missing, as is the city's master gem cutter. Jev doesn't know who would want them, but he's determined to find out. He hopes his fellow agent, Zenia, can help him locate the missing dwarves. Even though she rejected his offer of a romantic relationship because of their status differences, they have become good friends, and she has years of experience finding criminals. But this kidnapping is anything but simple. Jev and Zenia find themselves entangled in a snarled plot that threatens the entire kingdom while making them realize their true feelings for each other. If they can't rescue the dwarves, deter an invasion, and stop an explosive plot to destroy half the city, they may lose everything they love. Including each other.
📒Duty Bound ✍ Mark Blitz
✏Duty Bound Book Summary : Duty Bound examines the link between character and politics, focusing on the importance of responsibility in American public and professional life. Mark Blitz tackles contemporary questions while exploring the critical role responsibility plays in a wide range of fields including politics, philanthropy, biotechnology, education, and law. The result is a lasting contribution to our understanding of one of America's classic virtues.
📒By Duty Bound ✍ Ezell Ware
✏By Duty Bound Book Summary : Traces the story of a brigadier-general and Vietnam soldier who endured life in the segregated South in his youth only to find himself struggling for survival at the side of his Ku Klux Klan-member captain in the Vietnamese jungles.
📒Duty Bound ✍ Christina Bauer
✏Duty Bound Book Summary : "Christina Bauer has blessed us, people! This book, written from Lincoln's perspective, was simply a treat that I most definitely enjoyed!" - The Reading Life As the High Prince of the demon-fighting thrax, Lincoln knows he must marry for political gain. Not that he minds. For all of his eighteen years, Lincoln’s been bound to his duty. Fighting demons is his life, and he’s never given romance a second thought. Instead, the High Prince lives for the days when he leaves his hidden realm to fight demons on Earth. Then, everything changes. Lincoln and his nobles become forced to visit Purgatory, the home of quasi-demons (who are mostly human with a bit of demonic DNA). Here Lincoln spies Myla Lewis, a lady warrior who enflames his heart, ignites his interest, and inspires his respect. Trouble is, Myla’s also a quasi. By thrax law, Lincoln must kill anything demonic—not date them. For the first time in his life, Lincoln wonders if he’ll follow his duty…or heed the demands of his heart. 20,000 words. Takes place before Myla and Lincoln meet. Angelbound Lincoln 1. Duty Bound 2. Lincoln 3. Trickster 4. Baculum
📒Duty Bound ✍ J. S. Marlo
✏Duty Bound Book Summary : For many people in many professions, duty isn’t just a word, it’s a way of life. Duty comes first, sometimes at great cost. Unraveled-Arson and murder. Just another day for an actor. Too bad this is real life. Unearthed-Strange bones buried under a gazebo mean certain danger for a new B&B owner. Can she figure out the mystery before she becomes the next victim? Untamed-A web of deceit threatens a single mom and her young son. Can a disgraced policeman untangle the lies and save them all? Unwanted-Rumors, lies, deceit and betrayal unleash deadly events that threaten the lives of staff in a small town nursing home.
📒In Duty Bound ✍ J.K. Johnson
✏In Duty Bound Book Summary : In Duty Bound is an unprecedented look at Upper Canada's forgotten people and the ways in which their lives were by necessity bound in a mutual relationship of duty and obligation to the Upper Canadian state. This neglected area of Canada's history has been preserved, in part, in the form of personal petitions submitted to the lieutenant-governor and legislature for land, government jobs, pensions, pardons and the lessening of court sentences, for compensation for damages done by, or work done for, the state, and for relief. Using these and other previously unexamined government records, J.K. Johnson illustrates that, popular knowledge aside, Upper Canada was not simply a land of self-sufficient farmers and artisans and that many had to turn to and rely on the state for their livelihoods. The major themes of Upper Canada's history, from war and rebellion to immigration and settlement, are well-documented. In Duty Bound fleshes out the lives of ordinary people in Upper Canada and clarifies how several branches of government worked for, or against, the interests of the population.
📒Duty Bound Guardian ✍ Terri Reed
✏Duty Bound Guardian Book Summary : FRAMED When a priceless artifact is stolen, museum curator Lana Gomez becomes the prime suspect. How can she hope to adopt her orphaned nephew if she's a person of interest in a crime? Cooperating with Capitol K-9 Unit officer Adam Donovan doesn't get her very far—the handsome cop thinks she's hiding something. But when the real thief returns set on silencing Lana, it is Adam and his Doberman pinscher, Ace, who become her only defense against a madman who wants nothing more than to see Lana eliminated. Capitol K-9 Unit: These lawmen solve the toughest cases with the help of their brave canine partners.
📒Duty Bound ✍ Suzanne K. Steinmetz
✏Duty bound Book Summary : What impact does caring for an elderly parent have on the lives of middle-aged (and sometimes elderly) caregiving offspring? Does a relationship exist between the stress produced by dependency and the level of abuse toward a given elderly person? Reporting the long-awaited results of an extensive study by one of the leading authorities in this field, this volume examines these and other pertinent questions regarding this growing social problem. In addition, this volume addresses the intent behind so-called abuse treatment, the passive/active continuum of abuse, and the relationship between perceived success or failure of the caregiving and the amount of abuse. Elder Abuse and Family Care is must reading for both professionals and students in the areas of family violence, family studies, criminology, psychology, and aging. "This fine study by Steinmetz and her colleagues gives substance to what we were only glimpsing three or more decades ago and, further, focuses 'on the relationship between increased levels of dependency, stress, and feelings of burden and elder abuse.' . . . There are numerous commendable features to the Steinmetz study. There are, for example, abundant, illustrative, verbatim quotes that give caretakers of elders a chance to express their feeling-states and conceptualizations about their situations. . . . In sum, there is much to be gained from [this study] for both those who are professionally concerned about gerontologic and geriatric research on support systems for elders and those who are lay persons who are in need of understanding what the passage of time does to person to whom we are closely related or care about." --International Social Science Review "The author offers valuable information to researchers, counselors, and clinicians working with 'generationally-inverse' families or individuals responsible for elder abuse." --Family Violence Bulletin "There is much to be gained from the Steinmetz study for both those who are professionally concerned about gerontologic and geriatric research on support systems for elders and those who are lay persons who are in need of understanding what the passage of time does to a person to whom we are closely related or care about. Implicit in context are the need for larger social systems than families to offer more than lip service to elder citizens, as well as the need for individuals to anticipate inevitable aging and what strategies maximize life satisfaction for themselves and their kin." --International Social Science Review "Steinmetz's findings provide a dynamic picture of the complexities and realities involved in families caring for frail elderly. The work is well written, and clearly addresses a topic of growing interest and awareness in the U.S. today. Highly recommended. . . for graduate and undergraduate students in human services or related programs." --Choice "The work is timely. . . and well organized. Appendices include the study questionnaire, a discussion of research design issues, additional tables and findings from the service provider component of the study. These materials may be helpful to those planning studies of elder abuse in their own communities." --Contemporary Sociology "From the comments of the interviewees, which are generously sprinkled throughout the text, the reader obtains a very graphic and disturbing account of the burden and stress of caregiving." --Disability Studies Quarterly "Perhaps the most valuable information in this book is contained in the profuse citation of caregivers' interviews, which provides a wealth of insight into their feelings, perceived burdens, and predominantly successful coping strategies. . . provide[s] valuable insight into the caregiver's world." --CARES: Center for Aging Research and Educational Services "There is much to be gained from the Steinmetz study for both those who are professionally concerned about gerontologic and geriatric research on support systems for elders and those who are lay persons who are in need of understanding what the passage of time does to persons to whom we are closely related or care about." --International Social Science Review
📒Duty Bound ✍ S. Stevens
✏Duty Bound Book Summary : The Round Comes First. The Round must always come first.It's a rare gift I have, but it comes at a price. To be a true healer is to invite doubt, criticism and disdain from others. It is no easy path. Some may say that I have sacrificed everything to achieve nothing.But they don't know. They don't understand. They have no inkling of what lies beneath the very land where they make their homes and ply their trade.But I know. I understand.Finally, after years of waiting, my time has come. I have arrived at my true purpose. Like the generations of women before me, I am - I have become - The Guardian of the Land. It is my duty.For the next three decades The Round comes first. As it has been written since almost the beginning of time, winter or summer, in flood or famine:You must never miss a dayA chilling tale of duty, devotion and deceit, Duty Bound is the first book in the The PoorAcre Farm Series.
📒Duty Bound ✍ K. Robin Lai
✏Duty Bound Book Summary : In the 24th Century, the Artezian Realm is a major partner in the Intergalactic Trig Alliance, a coalition of planets and star systems that have become the guardians of stability and democracy in the Milky Way Galaxy. When a military threat from a non-aligned regional power threatens the ruling dynasty's survival, the Artezian Imperial Court secretly sends its last Heir (the Princess Katya Lin Chi) to the heart of Trig Alliance-protected space for her own protection. Yet, although the young princess' anonymity on the planet Earth shields her from much of the war's overt realities, her life in hiding is still complicated by inescapable clashes between her secret royal heritage and those who would covertly seek to manipulate the circumstances for their own purposes. It's through her experiences at one of Earth's military service academies that she learns how to effectively transcend such adversaries; and embrace the deeper meanings of the concepts: duty, leadership, and conviction of character essential for her future role as Artezia's next Empress.