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📒Those Who Trespass ✍ Bill O'Reilly
✏Those who Trespass Book Summary : One by one, "righteous slaughter" is being committed on high-level TV executives and journalists. Tommy O'Malley, a tough New York City detective, is assigned to crack the murder cases, but he encounters competition from a feisty female reporter.
📒Those Who Trespass ✍ Matthew Dunster
✏Those Who Trespass Book Summary : 'I mean....it – is – the – future. It’s safe. That’s it for me. Security. That’s it.’ 'Yer think yer safe – yer think people like me don’t exist – or yer wanna pretend I don’t – well I’m in your flat, mate!’ The developers have had their way – an old way of living has been cleared for Water City, a futuristic, secure, development, where you can live and work and shop. Even the affordable housing is reassuringly expensive. But in the shadow of the glass and steel, some people feel like everything is being taken away. Those Who Trespass explores the differences between two groups of people; the mistrust, the fear and the tragic collision when these two groups come together.
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📒Those Who Trespass Against Us ✍ Gretchen Cook-Anderson
✏Those Who Trespass Against Us Book Summary : Author Bio: Gretchen Cook-Anderson is a public affairs professional and former Capitol Hill lobbyist who lives in the Washington, DC area with her husband. This is her first novel. A young newlywed was killed in a suburban San Francisco bank hold-up 25 years ago. Her murderers were never found. Twenty-something and savvy, Congressional aid Rachel Mooreshelton's life begins to violently twist and turn following the untimely murder of her office colleague, Persy Pritchard. Life in prominent Congressman Jackson's office will never again be the same. Rookie DC police detective Mike James, pulled in to investigate the Capitol Hill murder of Congressman Jackson's chief of staff, becomes embroiled in a complicated, politically volatile case, that stands to not only blow the lid off of the decades-old bank murder, and topple the old-guard leadership in the Congress, but may also reveal an uneasy truth about one of the nation's most celebrated lawmakers. Those Who Trespass Against Us reminds us that those in whom we place our trust and our nation's welfare are sometimes those who betray our unblinding faith again and again.
📒Those Who Trespass Against Us ✍ Sheila VanderKam
✏Those Who Trespass Against Us Book Summary : This thriller has detectives from the Special Crimes Division of the London, Ontario Police Department, chasing clues left by "The Avenger", a cunning serial killer who stalks the London courthouse for his potential victims. Following cases of child molestation, "The Avenger" becomes judge, jury, and executioner of those the courts have left free and clear of these most horrific crimes.
📒Those Who Trespass Against Us ✍ Karolina Lanckoronska
✏Those Who Trespass Against Us Book Summary : Karolina Lanckoronska was an aristocrat and art historian who taught at the University of Lwow, then part of Poland. When the Soviets came to occupy Lw w, Lanckoronska became active in the Polish resistance and moved to Krakow. She was arrested by the Germans in Kolomyya in 1942, imprisoned and later sentenced to death; incarcerated first in Stanislau, then in Lwow and Berlin before being placed in the notorious Ravensbruck concentration camp for women. As a countess, Lanckoronska was subjected to varying treatment, suffering near starvation at times only to receive extra food and medical care at others according to the fluctuating and often conflicting orders from the authorities in Berlin. With the intervention of some influential friends and the honourable actions of one Nazi, she was saved from death on several occasions. Thanks to efforts by the Swiss diplomat, scholar and International Red Cross President Carl J. Burckhardt (whose correspondence with Heinrich Himmler was found among Lanckoronska's personal belongings) she was finally released in April, 1945. Throughout her imprisonment, Lanckoronska remained defiantly resilient, loyal to Poland and committed to her fellow prisoners, including women used by Nazi doctors as guinea pigs for horrific medical experiments. Her magnetic personality and superb story-telling makes this a powerful narrative and sustains our interest through harrowing reading. Her ability to view her own horrific situation with objectivity gives us insight into the motives and behaviour of the Soviets and the Germans not simply as oppressors, but as human beings. Hers is an extraordinary story of courage and will.
📒Emancipation The Lesson And The Legacy ✍ Erna Brodber
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📒Those That Trespass Against Us ✍ Meto Edgar Onwuamaegbu
✏Those That Trespass Against Us Book Summary : Friday, 15th January 1966 is the day a nine-year old girl loses her Dad in a car accident. It is also the day of the first military coup in Nigeria. She returns with her mixed race mother to her ancestral home in Scotland only to find that Aberdeen was not what she imagined it would be. Amanda Susan Blake is thrown into the murky world of family politics and adult intrigue. She enters a battle of wits with her widowed mother. 'The fact that you are my mother does not mean that you own me.' She tells her. 'If you did not give birth to me, another woman would have!' 'Those That Trespass Against Us.' establishes Meto Edgar Onwuamaegbu as a master storyteller. He weaves a powerful web of intrigue around the lives of his characters as they deal with the complexities of life in the failing state their country has become.
📒Make Me An Instrument Of Care ✍ Charles Smith
✏Make Me an Instrument of Care Book Summary : MAKE ME AN INSTRUMENT OF CARE is written with the understanding that as things seldom remain the same for very long and all men have the same range of experiences that everyone experiences the loss of someone emotionally significant to them from time to time.As loss significantly changes the meaning of life and throws all areas of life out of balance, readers of this book are challenged to: Consider that God may be calling them into His service in the role of caregiver Create a vision of themselves as caregivers Give form and substance to that vision by familiarizing themselves with concepts of loss and grieving, and as the vocation of caregiver is a calling to a high level of involvement in the lives of people, to become inwardly confident and secure in who they are by developing an image of themselves they can esteem and present effectively in situations of loss, and, finally, to Dedicate themselves to building the kind of relationships with those who experience loss that will persuade them that they are not alone as they walk through one of life's Valleys of Dark Shadows.
📒The Lord S Prayer ✍ Nicholas Ayo
✏The Lord s Prayer Book Summary : This book is a definitive study of the exemplary prayer of the gospel. Nicholas Ayo's The Lord's Prayer presents a carefully detailed exposition of the Our Father as a text worthy of inspiring both mind and heart.