Ever had an annoying or obnoxious neighbor? I'm sure you have. We all have. Well listen up. Until you've been hit by "Jack The Snipper" you have no right to whine and complain. "Jack The Snipper" has an unhealthy obsession with your prized plants in your yard and he will stop at nothing to get them! Electric fence? Not a problem. "Jack" has no boundaries and no common sense.
Ever had an annoying or obnoxious neighbor?
Author: Marlena Sheets
IRELAND - INDIA - ENGLAND1915 – 1974A story based on the memoirs of Pte. Sarah Kathleen CunninghamA TRILOGY– entrusted to and written by Joe P. Plant1915. The true story of a young Irish Coleen. Sarah, eldest daughter of the Cunningham family. Exasperated by the drudgery of her home life, volunteers to serve in the Army. An adventure which is to change the course of her future life. Demobbed in 1919. Meets, falls in love with a young veteran of the war, her Gallant Sergeant Jack Plant. They court; due to the Troubles their marriage is almost a disaster, but that’s just the beginning? Seven postings later, a posting to India.1929 they sail to Bombay. Breakfast in the Taj Mahal gives Sarah a false image of her future life? After a four-day train journey, arrive in Nowshera. Sarah inherits 28 servants who only speak Urdu. During her stay Sarah endures loneliness, despair, illness, miscarriages, a birth, frightening escapades of her tribe, wild animals, the king cobra, visits to hill stations, a chance meeting with Kitty – a lifelong friendship provides amusement. They return to Blighty, the birth and death of Peter, more babies. Jack’s demobilisation; due to the pending war, his recall. Later a traumatic period, evacuation, her eldest daughter Mary contracts TB. During the London Blitz bombed out, necessitates a move to a Lancashire cotton town. Her eldest son is sent to the war in Burma. They return to a devastated London and rationing. What will happen next?
Salaamed saluted to Jack, my tribe copying started saluting everyone. ... Another snippet that she mentioned would interest Jack.
Author: Joe P. Plant
Publisher: Paragon Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Get ready to stay up all night with three full novels of suspense, intrigue, and action… UNDER DARK SKIES X-Files meets Bones in this 7 book series with more to come! In NightShade nothing is as it seems . . . Strange clues. Strange cases. Stranger investigators. BLUFF CITY BUTCHER A series of seemingly solved murders rips a city apart when the “Butcher” comes back to town. Not only wasn’t he dead, he was hiding a decades old secret… WHO BY WATER Jo Wiley thought she had her life figured out and had made peace with her past when she moved around the world to Slovenia. Only there are more ghosts in Slovenia than in the life she left behind… Buckle up and hang on tight to over 1000 pages of nail-biting, edge-of-your-seat thrill rides.
Jack expected at least a peek, a snippet, something. ... If I don't hear from you, I will know this adventure is not right for you.” He said adventure.
Author: A.J. Scudiere
Publisher: Griffyn Ink
THE BELL TRILOGY... transports you into a fascinating world where one man’s dream turns into a horrific global nightmare, and a plausible genetic solution for life extension turns into an epic battle between good and evil. Book 1 BLUFF CITY BUTCHER The Bluff City Butcher was once just an urban legend. Now a real monster has stepped from the fog of a century-old mystery and thrown a midsouth community into unbridled terror. When world-renowned forensic sleuth Dr. Elliot Sumner gets the call from the BCB, he knows he’s not dealing with any serial killer. Not only is the BCB a genius psychopath, he is the biogenic recipient of a legendary mutation some will kill for. Dr. Sumner's battle with his own inner demons could get in the way of him stopping a real monster. Will ending the reign of terror of the BCB solve the evil century-old mystery uncovered? Or will it lead to the loss of the single greatest evolutionary leap for mankind--immortality?
Jack expected at least a peek, a snippet, something. ... If I don't hear from you, I will know this adventure is not right for you.” He said adventure.
Author: Steve Bradshaw
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Author: Rex Forrester
Category: Big game hunting
Thirteen authors, including Gail Z. Martin, David Gerrold, and Jonathan Maberry, come together to pen short stories innovating Sherlock Holmes, adapting and revolutionizing the iconic character. Sherlock Holmes is one of the most iconic and lasting figures in literature. His feats of detection are legendary, and he continues to capture audiences today in stories, movies, and on TV. In this new anthology, Baker Street Irregulars, authors present the celebrated detective in more than a dozen wildly entertaining new ways. In Ryk Spoor’s thrilling "The Adventures of a Reluctant Detective,” Sherlock is a re-creation in a holodeck. In Hildy Silverman’s mesmerizing "A Scandal in the Bloodline,” Sherlock is a vampire. Heidi McLaughlin sends Sherlock back to college, while Beth Patterson, in the charming "Code Cracker,” turns him into a parrot. The settings range from Russia in the near-future to a reality show, from a dystopian world to an orchestra. Without losing the very qualities that make Sherlock so illustrious a character, these authors spin new webs of mystery around their own singular riff on one of fiction’s truly singular characters. Stories In This Volume: "’Locked!" by Mike Strauss "Identity (An Adventure of Shirley Holmes and Jack Watson)" by Keith R. A. DeCandido "The Scent of Truth" by Jody Lynn Nye "The Adventure of the Reluctant Detective" by Ryk Spoor "A Scandal in the Bloodline" by Hildy Silverman "The Fabulous Marble" by David Gerrold "The Scarlet Study" by Jim Avelli "Delta Phi" by Heidi McLaughlin "Beethoven’s Baton" by Austin Farmer "The Adventure of the Melted Saint" by Gail Z. Martin "Automatic Sherlock" by Martin Rose "The Hammer of God" by Jonathan Maberry "Code Cracker" by Beth W. Patterson
Marble's assumption was that Jack the Snipper might be monitoring police channels and would avoid any areas of ... Everything is an adventure to a Lorelei.
Author: Michael A. Ventrella
Publisher: Diversion Books
Chronicles the influences of baseball on American culture, from movies, television, radio, and fiction to music, poetry, and art
Author: James Mote
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Category: Sports & Recreation
Adventures in Better Web Apps Jack Moffitt, Frederic Daoud ... Notice the new selector notation [:li first-child] in the snippet definition; ...
Author: Jack Moffitt
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
... LISTEN CLOSELY : Dan digs the iPhone app Shazam , which identifies any
song just by letting the phone " listen to a snippet . ... After a trio of adventures
with Jack Sparrow , he's probably as good a candidate as any to capably bring
Category: Video games
Robert Mitchum was one of the most charismatic stars of the ‘classic Hollywood’ era. His screen persona was the essence of cool: tough but vulnerable, accepting of his fate with languid charm and easy humour. His films have often been seen through the lens of film noir, but they had something else in common too: the characters he played in Out of the Past, The Big Steal, His Kind of Woman, Second Chance, Where Danger Lives, and Angel Face seemed irrevocably drawn to Mexico. Mitchum’s sequence of films south of the border coincided with the advent of the ‘golden age’ of Mexico’s own film industry, a new cinematic wave that drew on serious artistic influences from the muralists to Sergei Eisenstein, and that was led by director Emilio Fernández and cinematographer Gabriel Figueroa whose 1943 film María Candelaria, starring former Hollywood siren Dolores del Río, had won a prize at Cannes. Under the Roosevelt administration’s ‘Good Neighbour’ policy - a wartime effort to court friendly Latin American countries - Hollywood’s portrayal of Mexico changed: out went the all-purpose exoticism, where ‘south of the border’ was a metaphor for the loosening of moral and sexual standards, and in came a more nuanced approach. In this authoritative study, Liam White encourages us to take a fresh look at how Mitchum’s films broke with Hollywood convention in the way they depicted Mexico; how Mexico’s own film industry boomed, becoming the first example of ‘world cinema’ to have an impact on the post-War world; and how its success attracted significant US talent - from John Steinbeck to John Ford - to work on bi-national projects.
Another Gavaldón collaborator, according to one source, was Jack Wagner. A snippet of on-line biography61 claims Wagner had stayed on in Mexico after ...
Author: Liam White
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
Category: Performing Arts
Bill Bryden's Cottesloe Company, which flourished at Peter Hall's National Theatre, was the English theatre's only true ensemble of the last thirty or so years. Impossible Plays tells the story of the company and the many actors and musicians connected to it. Co-written by Keith Dewhurst, author of eight plays for the group, and Jack Shepherd, a founder-actor, it explains the ideas behind the company's work and how the work was staged, and provides an idiosyncratic, lively and deeply personal take on the company. "The search was always to find a popular theatre, a form of theatre that would draw into it people from all backgrounds, not just the cultured and the educated." Beginning with a Royal Court Theatre Sunday night performance in 1970, the story of one company's aim to create a popular theatre form includes such milestone productions as The Mystery cycle of plays and Lark Rise to Candleford. With photographs by John Haynes, Michael Mayhew and Nobby Clark, Impossible Plays is a glorious and timely tribute to one of theatre's most innovative companies.
Adventures with the Cottesloe Company Jack Shepherd, Keith Dewhurst ... andtheactors saton arowof chairsandplayed snippetsof plot andmusic outfront.
Author: Jack Shepherd
Publisher: A&C Black
Category: Performing Arts
Jack Gray-handsome premier 21st Century agent of last resort--is a complex, moody, but engaging and humorous hero. From his home base at a ranch near San Diego, California, the missions take him around the world in a dangerous, corporate-ruled near future.He is a PhD in History, reserve Army officer, master of his own martial arts style, and a professional killer when needed, on government service.He is, as well, a ladies' man, but none of his ladies are the bubble heads of last century's fiction (usually back then simply called 'the girl'). His friends and lovers are strong women with PhDs, accomplished careers of their own, and looks that could melt glass. The passion is steamy and mutual.And yet, Jack Gray operates from a psychic dark spot, a wound deep in his soul, and a ghost that will not leave him alone. He is a widower, whose late wife Catherine meets him in airports, in remote deserts, on volcanic islands, and in busy places like Times Square--murdered years ago by a hidden killer Jack has yet to track down.Molly Grace is a new, wonderful woman in Jack's life--the widow of an assassinated fellow agent. Stunning Molly Grace, of mixed Hawaiian-Caucasian heritage, will help him build a new family if he lets her--but time is running out. Nobody since Catherine has affected Jack as Molly does--but does he dare risk involving her in his deadly and dangerous work?Molly is willing to wait for Jack, but only for a time. She must get on with her life--and Jack must recover his own--while fighting the world's most terrifying master criminals... and finally laying to rest the ghosts of his own dark past.Stealthy global terror master Doctor Night has hijacked an orbital sniper satellite designed to assassinate world leaders. Now his world terrorism brokerage, Black Umbrella, is using the stolen Orbital Sniper Technology (OST) for global blackmail. Langley sends in their best man--Jack Gray. Backing him are the brilliant Claire Lightfield (CIA/Langley) and Johannes Rector (Compass News spy brokerage) as he begins a far-flung investigation that takes him to a mysterious, foggy castle off the coast of a remote Scottish island, then to a former ancient Roman outpost off the coast of Sicily, and finally to a historic castle in the heart of Washington, D.C.Along the way, he tangles with imported martial artists, ghostly killers, German crocodiles, and Black Umbrella's shadowy army of female assassins headed by a modern-day Gorgon named Sombra (Shade).Jack Gray is a worthy successor of Leslie Charteris' Saint and Ian Fleming's Bond, while Doctor Night copies some terrifying pages from the playbook of Doctor Moriarty, Sherlock Holmes' crime lord and spider who pulses at the center of a crime web.The classic stuff is all there--updated for a new millennium and its unthinkable new dangers. We catch hints of Fleming's SPECTRE in the Black Umbrella terror brokerage, even as Jack Gray tracks down two ancient Cold War technologies for orbital spying (USAF's Corona and CIA's Keyhole satellites).In the 21st Century, Doctor Night's rogue satellite is a sophisticated drone killer that shoots bullets instead of photos. World leaders are dying one by one, as a prelude to a greater dying from the radioactive cargo on board OST--unless Jack Gray can save the day.As his elegant, gorgeous friend and lover Dr. Minica Albrisi explains while helping him select a cool suit: Anything goes with gray.And anything goes with Jack Gray.Passion may slow him down at moments, but nothing can stop him when he's on a mission
Jack Gray-handsome premier 21st Century agent of last resort--is a complex, moody, but engaging and humorous hero.
Author: John T. Cullen
Publisher: Cullen Spy Thrillers
Jack Hamma is in the Arabian desert pointing a sniper rifle at a heavily armed youth. His finger is itching to pull the trigger. He hesitates, a machine gun is leveled at him, he fires and all hell breaks loose. It's not just in the desert where everything falls apart. Kashmere, his wife, walks out on him, his baby daughter is kidnapped and that's just the start of Jack's downward spiral. Jack Hamma, James Bond with a sense of humor, is cool, calm and collected when the chips are down. Resourceful in an emergency, he needs every last bit of his resourcefulness and his cool to overcome what fate is about to unleash. Review: Another cracker with Jack Hamma as the action hero, although he doesn't regard himself as one. I have read all the Jack Hamma books as they came out and have enjoyed them all. This one gripped and held my interest from the start and I read it in one session. Whilst liking all the Jack Hamma books one has favourites, this book joins them. If you like very readable action adventures with a touch of humor, this book is one you'll enjoy. I thoroughly recommend it
Whilst liking all the Jack Hamma books one has favourites, this book joins them. If you like very readable action adventures with a touch of humor, this book is one you'll enjoy. I thoroughly recommend it
Author: Anthony E. Thorogood
The explosive New York Times bestseller by Stephen Hunter that sends ex-Marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger into the thick of an FBI investigation and features some of the greatest gunfights ever to grace the page. It takes a seasoned killer… Four famed ‘60s radicals are gunned down at long range by a sniper. All the evidence—timeline, ballistics, forensics, motive, means, and opportunity—points to Marine war hero Carl Hitchcock. Even his suicide. The case is almost too perfect. …to hunt one. Recruited by the FBI to examine the data, retired Marine sharpshooter Bob Lee Swagger penetrates the new technology of the secretive sniper world to unravel a sophisticated conspiracy run by his most ruthless adversary yet—a marksman whose keen intellect and pinpoint accuracy rival his own. But when the enemy and his deadly henchmen mistake Bob for the hunted, it’s clear that some situations call for a good man with a gun…and the guts to use it.
The explosive New York Times bestseller by Stephen Hunter that sends ex-Marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger into the thick of an FBI investigation and features some of the greatest gunfights ever to grace the page.
Author: Stephen Hunter
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
We crazily told the story of our adventure, and Quincy started crying again as she told ... together to bury Snipper, crying and saying we missed him alot.
Author: Adam Bradley
THE MLJ COMPANION documents the complete history of Archie Comics’ super-hero characters known as the “Mighty Crusaders”—The Shield, Black Hood, Steel Sterling, Hangman, Mr. Justice, The Fly, and many others. It features in-depth examinations of each era of the characters’ extensive history: The Golden Age (beginning with the Shield, the first patriotic super-hero, who pre-dated Captain America by a full year), the Silver Age (spotlighting those offbeat, campy Mighty Comics issues, and The Fly and Jaguar), the Bronze Age (with the Red Circle line, and the !mpact imprint published by DC Comics), up to the Modern Age, with its Dark Circle imprint (featuring such fan-favorites series as “The Fox” by Mark Waid and Dean Haspiel). Plus: Learn what “MLJ” stands for! Uncover such rarities as the Mighty Crusaders board game, and the Shadow’s short-lived career as a spandex-clad superhero! Discover the ill-fated Spectrum line of comics, that was abruptly halted due to its violent content! See where the super-heroes crossed over into Archie, Betty, and Veronica’s world! And read interviews with Irv Novick, Dick Ayers, Rich Buckler, Bill DuBay, Steve Englehart, Jim Valentino, Jimmy Palmiotti, Kelly Jones, Michael Uslan, and others who chronicled the Mighty Crusaders’ exploits from the 1940s to today! By Rik Offenberger, Paul Castiglia, and Jon B. Cooke,with a cover by Rich Buckler and Joe Rubinstein. INCLUDES 60 FULL-COLOR PAGES OF KEY MLJ STORIES!
... Strong [June '59] by Joe Simon (and possibly Jack Kirby). Some sequences recapped the characters' origins, as seen in this snippet from The Fly #3 [Nov.
Author: Jon B. Cooke
Publisher: TwoMorrows Publishing
Category: COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS
The delivery of human remains in a package, from You Know Who raises concerns that the serial killer, named by the press as Jack the Snipper, is back. The original investigative team originally introduced in 'Dem Bon'z is reassembled to track down the monster who is kidnapping Native American women and slowly removing their body parts. The sequel to 'Dem Bon'z introduces several new characters including an FBI Agent, a Fort Peck Indian Reservation Investigator, and a mysterious government agent. The team frantically goes from crime scene to crime scene in rural Montana, racing against the clock to save the latest victim.
The delivery of human remains in a package, from You Know Who raises concerns that the serial killer, named by the press as Jack the Snipper, is back.
Author: Terry Del Bene
Contains the memoirs of Lt. Jack A. Simon who served as a B-17 navigator in the U.S. Army Air Force during WWII. Simon flew twenty seven missions over Germany before his plane was shot down near Derben. His internment ended when American troops liberated Simon's prisoner of war camp in Spring 1945.
Introduction I first met Jack Simon at a reception shortly after I arrived in
Champaign in June 1995. ... World War , I could relate well to the events Jack
describes , but I have never appreciated the human element of that adventure
until I read his account . ... So read Jack's letter not only as a snippet of history ,
but as a window that reveals the essence of the impact that this remarkable man
had on the lives ...
Author: Jack Aaron Simon
Category: Prisoners of war
Joining the King’s Guard is something every kid growing up in the Midlands dreams about. Onin never dared imagine such a life for himself, even after distinguishing himself in battle. When offered a rare opportunity to train within the Heights, he must balance honor, duty, and family. Haunted by persistent dreams and lured by the possibility of becoming a member of the guard, Onin leaves his home and the last vestiges of childhood behind. Follow the story of one of the most beloved characters from the World of Godsland fantasy series in the first installment of the Protector trilogy. This epic fantasy series includes: The Dawning of Power trilogy: Call of the Herald (*Free ebook), Inherited Danger, Dragon Ore The Balance of Power trilogy: Regent, Feral, Regal The Artifacts of Power trilogy: The Fifth Magic, Dragonhold, The Seventh Magic Dragon Airways Onin Ascension PRAISE FOR THE WORLD OF GODSLAND EPIC FANTASY SERIES: “I have ripped through the first three books in this series, and I'm hooked.” - Keith Hughes via Goodreads “The story line is easy to follow and is exciting also very consistent through out all of the books.” - Joan Wiffen via Google Play Books “Loved it! Great scope, wonderful characters, and a ripping good yarn! More please!” - Gil Cassier via Google Play Books “A great story with characters that become your friends.” - Gillian Garner via Google Play Books “I've loved the whole series! There is suspense, action, adventure and the characters grab you. Social and moral content to make you think also. Great series.” - Diana Porter via Google Play Books Fans of the following books and series are known to enjoy this epic fantasy series: Dragonlance Chronicles Dragons of Autumn Twilight Dragons of Spring Dawning Dragons of Winter Night Shattered A Ya Urban Fantasy Novel Torn A Ya Urban Fantasy Novel Darkest Designs Dragons of Pern Dragons of Eden Harry Potter A Wrinkle In Time The Chronicles of Narnia Dragons Rioting Game of Thrones Rise of the Dragons A Quest of Heroes Dragonsworn Magic of Recluce The Mallorean The Belgariad The Elenium Shannara Chronicles Sword of Shannara Elfstones of Shannara Magic Tree House Dragonriders of Pern Assassin's Apprentice Fans of the following authors are known to enjoy this young adult fantasy series: JRR Tolkien David Eddings Terry Brooks Glen G. Thater Daniel Arenson L.R.W. Lee Robin Hobb Peter V. Brett C.S. Lewis R.A. Salvatore Joe Abercrombie Morgan Rice Lindsay Buroker Anne McCaffrey Scott Sigler Christopher Paolini J. K. Rowling Brandon Sanderson Taran Matharu Sherrilyn Kenyon Michael J. Sullivan Mark Lawrence Fritz Leiber Conan Patrick Rothfuss Brandon Sanderson Scott Lynch Marion Zimmer Bradley R. Scott Bakker Robert Jordan Brent Weeks Stephen Donaldson Keywords related to this epic fantasy series: Free Paranormal Fantasy Books For Young Adults, Fantasy Omnibus, Top Rated Teen Fantasy Collection With Dragons And Shapeshifters, Dragon Books Free Kids, Free Fantasy Books For Young Adults, Top Rated Books, Dragon Books Free, Young Adult Series , Omnibus Bundle, Young Adult Box Set, Fantasy Box Set, Young Adults Romance Books Free, Dragons Omnibus, Young Adults Free Books, Omnibus Best Books For Kids, Young Adult Omnibus, Epic Fantasy Books Free, Dragon Box Set, Omnibus Set, Free Young Adults Fantasy Books, Epic Fantasy, Free Fantasy Romance Books For Young Adults, Fantasy Bundle, Horse Books For Free, Boxed Set, Ya Fantasy, Omnibus Collection, Epic of Gilgamesh, Dragon Series, Best Rated Omnibus Young Adult Dragon, Boys, Epic Free, Ya Fantasy Books, Girls Omnibus, Dragon Romance Free, Dragons Free Books, Epic Turtle Tales, Free Dragon Books, Top Teens Dragon, Dragon Omnibus, Fantasy Box Sets, Young Adult Bundle And Teen Bundle, Dragons Series, Young Adults Books Free, Dragons Box Set, Free Series Box Sets Fantasy, Young Adults Romance Books
Epic Fantasy Adventure with Magic, Dragons, Mystery, and Intrigue Jack ... and listened raptly to her for any snippet to help him make sense of it all.
Author: Jack McCarthy
Publisher: White Wolf Press, LLC
Category: Young Adult Fiction
What our tendency to justify the mistakes in poems reveals about our faith in poetry—and about how we read Keats mixed up Cortez and Balboa. Heaney misremembered the name of one of Wordsworth's lakes. Poetry—even by the greats—is rife with mistakes. In The Poet's Mistake, critic and poet Erica McAlpine gathers together for the first time numerous instances of these errors, from well-known historical gaffes to never-before-noticed grammatical incongruities, misspellings, and solecisms. But unlike the many critics and other readers who consider such errors felicitous or essential to the work itself, she makes a compelling case for calling a mistake a mistake, arguing that denying the possibility of error does a disservice to poets and their poems. Tracing the temptation to justify poets' errors from Aristotle through Freud, McAlpine demonstrates that the study of poetry's mistakes is also a study of critical attitudes toward mistakes, which are usually too generous—and often at the expense of the poet's intentions. Through remarkable close readings of Wordsworth, Keats, Browning, Clare, Dickinson, Crane, Bishop, Heaney, Ashbery, and others, The Poet's Mistake shows that errors are an inevitable part of poetry's making and that our responses to them reveal a great deal about our faith in poetry—and about how we read.
Capps, Jack L. Emily Dickinson's Reading: 1836–1886. ... In Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, edited by Peter Hunt.
Author: Erica McAlpine
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Category: Literary Criticism