Survivor In Death

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  • Author : J. D. Robb
  • Publisher : Hachette UK
  • Pages : 384 pages
  • ISBN : 0748110984
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Survivor In Death

Survivor In Death
  • Author : J. D. Robb
  • Publisher : Hachette UK
  • Release : 06 November 2008
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Murder was always an insult. But the murder, bloody and brutal, of an entire family in their own home, was a different form of evil. Nixie Swisher crept down the stairs for a drink - and saved her own life. When Lieutenant Eve Dallas is called to the house minutes later, she finds the whole family murdered in their beds. But the killers made a mistake: they left a survivor. Nixie saw everything. And unfortunately for her, these elite killers

The Survivor

The Survivor
  • Author : Terrence Des Pres
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 04 February 1980
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An examination of how inmates survived, both physically and mentally, their internment in camps, discussing not only the Nazi concentration and extermination camps but also the Soviet Gulag.

Making Sense of Death

Making Sense of Death
  • Author : Gerry R Cox,Robert A Bendiksen,Robert G Stevenson
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 17 December 2021
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The editors of "Making Sense of Death: Spiritual, Pastoral, and Personal Aspects of Death, Dying and Bereavement" provide stimulating discussions as they ponder the meaning of life and death.This anthology explores the process of meaning-making in the face of death and the roles of religion and spirituality at times of loss; the profound and devastating experience of loss in the death of a spouse or a child; a psychological model of spirituality; the dimensions of spirituality; humor in client-caregiver

Survivor on Death Row

Survivor on Death Row
  • Author : Romell Broom Clare Nonhebel
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 17 March 2019
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Death Row prisoner kept caged for 34 years for a crime he had never heard of. Date set for his execution - September 15, 2009. A two-hour painful attempt to inject lethal chemicals fails .....and he walks out alive, saying: 'God saved my life, because I'm innocent of this crime.' Now the State of Ohio wants to kill him. Again. His request for a new legal team has been denied. His case is closed. His voice has never been heard .... until now.

The Holocaust and the Nonrepresentable

The Holocaust and the Nonrepresentable
  • Author : David Patterson
  • Publisher : State University of New York Press
  • Release : 23 May 2018
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Argues that Holocaust representation has ethical implications fundamentally linked to questions of good and evil. Many books focus on issues of Holocaust representation, but few address why the Holocaust in particular poses such a representational problem. David Patterson draws from Emmanuel Levinas’s contention that the Good cannot be represented. He argues that the assault on the Good is equally nonrepresentable and this nonrepresentable aspect of the Holocaust is its distinguishing feature. Utilizing Jewish religious thought, Patterson examines how the