Author: Nora Roberts
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0748121668
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Birthright from the Author: Nora Roberts. When five-thousand-year-old human bones are found at a construction site in the small town of Woodsboro, the news draws archaeologist Callie Dunbrook out of her sabbatical and into a whirlwind of adventure, danger, and romance. While overseeing the dig, she must try to make sense of a cloud of death and misfortune that hangs over the project - fuelling rumours that the site is cursed. She must also cope with the presence of her irritating - but irresistible - ex-husband, Hake. Furthermore, when a stranger claims to know a secret about her privileged Boston childhood, she is forced to question her own past as well.


Author: David C. Needham
Publisher: Multnomah
ISBN: 0307781127
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Birthright from the Author: David C. Needham. David Needham asks "Christian, do you know who you are?" in this remarkable and easy-to-understand rerelease of his book about the Christian's birthright. He offers fresh insight into the theological problem of Christian identity, biblically based teaching, and a challenge for personal enrichment and further Bible study. Birthright achieves an excellent balance between the theological and the practical. The author's sincerity and candid writing style are guaranteed to buoy the spirits of readers. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Birthright The True Story That Inspired Kidnapped

Author: A. Roger Ekirch
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393076792
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Birthright The True Story That Inspired Kidnapped from the Author: A. Roger Ekirch. "Ekirch out-kidnaps Stevenson in this thrilling, thoroughly documented story." —Booklist, starred review No saga of personal hardship so captivated the British public in the eighteenth century as that of James Annesley, the presumptive heir of five aristocratic titles and scion of the mighty house of Annesley. Kidnapped at twelve years of age by his uncle and sold into indentured servitude in America, James would ultimately escape after toiling for twelve years in Delaware, returning to Ireland to bring his blood rival, the Earl of Anglesea, to justice in one of the epic trials of the century. Set against the volatile backdrop of Georgian Ireland, historian A. Roger Ekirch recounts the extraordinary family drama that inspired Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel Kidnapped "with dash and clarity" (Kirkus Reviews).


Author: Jean A. S. Strauss
Publisher: Penguin Group USA
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Birthright from the Author: Jean A. S. Strauss. A guide for anyone affected by adoption includes guidance on making the decision to search, negotiating legalities, surviving the emotional turbulence of a reunion, and dealing with the impact on adoptive parents

Ten Days Of Birthright Israel

Author: Leonard Saxe
Publisher: UPNE
ISBN: 9781584655411
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Ten Days Of Birthright Israel from the Author: Leonard Saxe. The remarkable story of Birthright Israel, an intensive ten-day educational program designed to connect Jewish young adults to their heritage


Author: Stephen R. Kellert
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300176546
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Birthright from the Author: Stephen R. Kellert. Asserts that man's ability to think, feel, communicate, create, and find meaning is inextricably linked to his relationship with nature and that modern challenges are directly related to today's disconnect from the natural world.


Author: Jessica Ruddick
Publisher: Jessica Ruddick Books, LLC
ISBN: 1946164003
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Birthright from the Author: Jessica Ruddick. How do you live with yourself when you decide who dies? Ava Parks would have killed for an iPod for her sixteenth birthday. Anything would have been better than coming into her birthright of being a seeker for the Grim Reaper, an arrangement made by her fallen angel ancestor in exchange for his re-admittance to heaven. And she isn’t just any seeker—she finds souls that have the potential for becoming angels and sentences them to death. A year and two souls into her role as a seeker with her conscience overflowing with guilt, Ava comes up with a plan to thwart the system. When it goes awry, she is forced to submit the name of a classmate, Cole Fowler, an ornery, rough around the edges guy who always seems to come to her rescue, whether she likes it or not. Her feelings for Cole prompt her to intervene, and she saves him from death, upsetting the Grim Reaper’s agenda. While Ava schemes to find a way to save Cole, she learns he has some secrets of his own. She lets him believe he is protecting her, and not the other way around, until a final showdown with the Grim Reaper forces Ava to make choices Cole may never forgive.

Darkest Fear

Author: Cate Tiernan
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1442482478
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Darkest Fear from the Author: Cate Tiernan. Vivi’s animal instincts are her legacy—and may be her downfall—in this start to a romantic fantasy series that will appeal to fans of The Nine Lives of Chloe King. Vivi has known the truth about her family—and herself—since she was thirteen. But that doesn’t mean she’s accepted it. Being Haguari isn’t something she feels she’ll ever accept. How can she feel like anything but a freak knowing that it’s in her genes to turn into a jaguar? Now eighteen, Vivi’s ready to break away from the traditions of her heritage. But all of that changes with her parents’ shocking, devastating deaths and the mysteries left behind. Vivi discovers family she never even knew she had, and a life open with possibility. New friends, new loyalties, and even romance all lay ahead—but so do dangers unlike anything Vivi ever could have imagined.

The Diablo The Sin War 1 Birthright

Author: Richard A. Knaak
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416559922
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The Diablo The Sin War 1 Birthright from the Author: Richard A. Knaak. Since the beginning of time, the angelic forces of the High Heavens and the demonic hordes of the Burning Hells have been locked in an eternal conflict for the fate of all Creation. That struggle has now spilled over into Sanctuary -- the world of men. Determined to win mankind over to their respective causes, the forces of good and evil wage a secret war for mortal souls. This is the tale of the Sin War -- the conflict that would forever change the destiny of man. Three thousand years before the darkening of Tristram, Uldyssian, son of Diomedes, was a simple farmer from the village of Seram. Content with his quiet, idyllic life, Uldyssian is shocked as dark events rapidly unfold around him. Mistakenly blamed for the grisly murders of two traveling missionaries, Uldyssian is forced to flee his homeland and set out on a perilous quest to redeem his good name. To his horror, he has begun to manifest strange new powers -- powers no mortal man has ever dreamed of. Now, Uldyssian must grapple with the energies building within him -- lest they consume the last vestiges of his humanity.


Author: Clay Blount
Publisher: NewSouth Books
ISBN: 1588381455
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Birthright from the Author: Clay Blount. Brother is pitted against brother in this Civil War novel, but not in the usual one-fights-for-the-North, one-for-the-South way. As the nation moves inexorably toward war, two brothers in Mississippi become embroiled in a bitter feud over the inheritance left by their father, a wealthy Vicksburg planter. Winston, the older son, is given most of the estate, including Magnolia, the family plantation. Jeremy, the excluded brother, a rake, then hires a larger-than-life killer named Pritchard to help him scheme the money back. But war breaks out and their plan falls apart, forcing Jeremy and Pritchard to flee to the North; they will, of course, be back. Meanwhile, Vicksburg becomes an early target of Union forces who want control of the Mississippi River. The town's high position on a bluff makes it easy to defend, and Union General U.S. Grant lays a siege. As the fighting moves closer and closer to home, Winston's son Andrew joins the Confederate forces. Rich details about the war and especially the siege help keep the story moving along. Once the fighting ends, the characters must struggle back to Vicksburg - across a fractured, war-torn landscape peopled with thieves, ex-slaves, and mercenaries - to resolve the blood feud over the disputed birthright. Telling a story of the Civil War through the intrigues of criminals and conmen, landed gentry, and the uneducated soldier, Birthright mines the rarely seen underbelly of nineteenth-century American life in a tale of greed, familial violence, and revenge. And there's also a love story.