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📒Kill Em And Leave ✍ James McBride
✏Kill Em and Leave Book Summary : 'A formidable free-style book that isn't straight biography but a mix of history, street-level investigative reporting, hagiography, Deep South sociology, music criticism, memoir and some fiery preaching' Rolling Stone magazine A Guardian best music book of 2016 The music of James Brown was almost a genre in its own right, and he was one of the biggest and most influential cultural figures of the twentieth century. But the singer known as the 'Hardest Working Man in Show Business' was also an immensely troubled, misunderstood and complicated man. Award-winning writer James McBride, himself a professional musician, has undertaken a journey of discovery in search of the 'real' James Brown, delving into the heartbreaking saga of Brown's childhood and destroyed estate, and uncovering the hidden history of Brown's early years.
📒Snowbird Gravy And Dishpan Pie ✍ Patsy Moore Ginns
✏Snowbird Gravy and Dishpan Pie Book Summary : In their own picturesque speech, an older generation of men and women in North Carolina paint a vivid image of home and family life in the southern Appalachian mountains around the turn of the century. Dozens of contributors share their wisdom and memories in stories of country hospitality, blackgum toothbrushes, foxhunting, candy stews, jerk coffee, hangings, feuds, and mountain philosophy. A final chapter is devoted to mountain tales and ghost stories. Illustrated by J. L. Osborne, Jr. and originally published in 1982. A UNC Press Enduring Edition -- UNC Press Enduring Editions use the latest in digital technology to make available again books from our distinguished backlist that were previously out of print. These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value.
📒Gateway Drug ✍ Scott Nicholson
✏Gateway Drug Book Summary : The first hit is free, and then there's no turning back. Ten tales of horror and suspense from bestselling author Scott Nicholson. A boy learns the true and terrible price of love. A man learns that fast cars and fast women don't mix, even when they're dead. An artist has an unhealthy obsession with his latest masterpiece. Collected from the pages of Cemetery Dance, Northern Horror, Book of All Flesh, and other publications. Includes the exclusive afterword "One Sick Puppy" and bonus contributions from British horror and dark fantasy legend Tim Lebbon and prominent Australian horror writer, Shane Jiraiya Cummings. Contents: Timing Chains of the Heart In The Family Fallow Work in Progress Sung Li The Devil's Doormen Skin The Hounds of Love Bonus tales by overseas horror legends Tim Lebbon and Shane Jiraiya Cummings. ----------------- keywords: suspense stories, Google Play book, mystery stories, horror short stories, Stephen King, psychological horror, thriller, action, dark fiction anthology, horror story collection, Bentley Little
📒Half Sick Of Shadows ✍ Erika Tracy
✏Half Sick of Shadows Book Summary : Elena is a dreamer and a witch, neither fitting well into the mining town of Glynarien. John is a collier, born out-of-place. Together they find love or something that passes for it.
📒Why Not Kill Them All ✍ Daniel Chirot
✏Why Not Kill Them All Book Summary : Genocide, mass murder, massacres. The words themselves are chilling, evoking images of the slaughter of countless innocents. What dark impulses lurk in our minds that even today can justify the eradication of thousands and even millions of unarmed human beings caught in the crossfire of political, cultural, or ethnic hostilities? This question lies at the heart of Why Not Kill Them All? Cowritten by historical sociologist Daniel Chirot and psychologist Clark McCauley, the book goes beyond exploring the motives that have provided the psychological underpinnings for genocidal killings. It offers a historical and comparative context that adds up to a causal taxonomy of genocidal events. Rather than suggesting that such horrors are the product of abnormal or criminal minds, the authors emphasize the normality of these horrors: killing by category has occurred on every continent and in every century. But genocide is much less common than the imbalance of power that makes it possible. Throughout history human societies have developed techniques aimed at limiting intergroup violence. Incorporating ethnographic, historical, and current political evidence, this book examines the mechanisms of constraint that human societies have employed to temper partisan passions and reduce carnage. Might an understanding of these mechanisms lead the world of the twenty-first century away from mass murder? Why Not Kill Them All? makes clear that there are no simple solutions, but that progress is most likely to be made through a combination of international pressures, new institutions and laws, and education. If genocide is to become a grisly relic of the past, we must fully comprehend the complex history of violent conflict and the struggle between hatred and tolerance that is waged in the human heart. In a new preface, the authors discuss recent mass violence and reaffirm the importance of education and understanding in the prevention of future genocides.
📒Consent To Kill ✍ Vince Flynn
✏Consent to Kill Book Summary : Having earned numerous enemies in his more than fifteen years on the front lines of the war on terror, CIA operative Mitch Rapp is targeted by the influential father of a terrorist who is demanding retribution for his son's death. Reprint.
📒Savage Bonds ✍ Mary Dreeszen
✏Savage Bonds Book Summary : Nicole is now on her own in a place that is unwelcoming to women, especially with savages all around. Nicole always heard about what the savages did to women. Not only she is alone and desperate she has now been captured by savages. Eagle Eye has nothing but hatred toward the white man and his ways. Now he has a captive to tend with and tend with he plans to do! He will make her wish she had not been captured by his tribe. He will make an example of her. Colonel Wright is determined to have all Indians placed on the reservations. He crosses paths with Eagle Eyes tribe. With the conflicts between the Army and these savages will Nicole choose the only way to survive or will she choose what is in her heart from the Savage Bonds that have tied her? An exploding novel of love, hate, trust and deceit! A must read for any history buff, romantic or adventurer! This action packed story has it all packed into one book!
📒Her One Desire ✍ Kimberly Killion
✏Her One Desire Book Summary : For His Love. . . Astride a stolen horse, encircled by the shackled arms of Broderick Maxwell, a Scottish spy escaping certain death in the Tower of London, Lizbeth Ives rides to the north, hidden by the darkness. By stealth and cunning, the daughter of the Lord High Executioner has undone her father's cruel work, compelled to save the innocent man with her. There is no turning back--for they are bound as one in his iron chains. Consumed by mortal fear, driven by passion, they disappear into the night. . . A single raven follows them. Is it an omen? Or only the first of those who would capture them? They must ride on. If captured, they will face death together. But if they reach the Highlands, he will claim her for his own. . .forever.
📒The Banditti Of The Plains ✍ A. S. Mercer
✏The Banditti of the Plains Book Summary : In 1894, when A. S. Mercer published this angry eyewitness account of the cattlemen’s invasion of Wyoming, the book was so thoroughly and ruthlessly suppressed that few copies of that edition remain today. Although historians have since questioned some of Mercer’s conclusions about the Johnson County range war, they have never controverted the facts of the cattlemen-homesteader struggle as he grimly reported them. With the intention of "executing" alleged rustlers and terrorizing the homesteaders, a band of fifty-two cattlemen and hired gunmen invaded Johnson Country, Wyoming, in April 1892. After besieging and killing "the bravest man in Johnson County," the raiders in turn found themselves besieged by the homesteaders and finally in the protective custody of the Untied States cavalry. Further legal and illegal maneuvering permitted the invaders to go unpunished, but the cattlemen never again attempted to retain their hold over the range with organized mob violence. In this new edition of The Banditti of the Plains the original text has been followed with the utmost fidelity, even including the illustrations. An informed and interesting foreword by William H. Kittrell has been added to the book.
📒Murder Is A Family Matter ✍ Beverley Armstrong-Rodman
✏Murder Is a Family Matter Book Summary : A fun-filled summer with an old friend-that's what Cassandra Meredith expected. An adventure-filled nightmare was what she got. Cassie and her friend Vickie become involved when a suspicious car crash kills her brother-in-law, and puts her estranged sister into a coma. The would-be sleuths soon have a list of suspects who may have killed for money or revenge. The sudden appearance of a previously unknown Brazilian half-sister muddies the water, while a handsome detective from Cassie's past heats things up. After Cassie's sister changes her will on her death bed, people begin dying at a great rate. With twenty million dollars up for grabs, too many people have a motive for murder. The reading of the will uncovers a long-kept family secret, and precipitates several ingenious attempts on Cassie's life. When Vickie is almost raped, Cassie is almost kidnapped, and a crate of angry bees hidden in their car almost finishes them off, the friends know their time is running out. They have to sort out the murders and mayhem before becoming the 'victims du jour."