Heirs Of Cain

Author: Tom Wallace
Publisher: Medallion Media Group
ISBN: 9781605422800
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Heirs Of Cain from the Author: Tom Wallace. Among the former prized military elite of the Vietnam War is a psychopathic killer, Seneca. A highly trained warrior with the finely honed tactics of a commando and a genuine thirst for blood, he's been hired to eliminate the president of the United States and three top Middle Eastern leaders. Only the mysterious Cain, a brilliant and lethal former assassin, can track down his one-time comrade and stop him. Against a ticking clock, Cain must hunt this deranged slayer and destroy him before he ruthlessly murders again.

The Heirs Of Cain

Author: Abraham Rothberg
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The Heirs Of Cain from the Author: Abraham Rothberg. Trained assassin working for the Israeli secret service is sent to Switzerland to commit a double murder.

Denizations And Naturalizations In The British Colonies In America 1607 1775

Author: Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck
Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Com
ISBN: 9780806317540
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Denizations And Naturalizations In The British Colonies In America 1607 1775 from the Author: Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck. A compilation of naturalization and denization records in the British colonies in America between 1607 and 1775. Records were compiled from published literature, then expanded and improved by the examination of original source materials.

Kansas Reports

Author: Elliot V. Banks
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Kansas Reports from the Author: Elliot V. Banks.

The Power And The Fury

Author: James Erith
Publisher: Jerico Press
ISBN: 1910134007
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The Power And The Fury from the Author: James Erith. One Key. One Test. One Last Chance. Our future rests with unsuspecting fourteen-year-old Archie de Lowe and his sisters, Daisy and Isabella. And it begins by withstanding the power and the fury of nature; a storm like never before. They have till sundown and their only task is to survive, at all costs. "Thrilling", "Gripping", "Unputdownable", "A brilliant read". "THE POWER AND THE FURY" is the first book in James Erith's YA fantasy adventure series that features wicked plot twists, compelling characters and stunning action. If you liked Percy Jackson, CS Lewis and Harry Potter, then you’ll love this epic new YA adventure fantasy series. Get into THE POWER AND THE FURY and start the action today!

Brief Of Title To Lots Of Ground North Side Of Coats Street South Side Of Brown Street The West Side Of Fifteenth Street West And East Side Of Sixteenth Street And North And South Sides Of Swain Street In The Fifteenth Ward Of The City Of Philadelphia

Author: Thomas Isaac Wharton
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Brief Of Title To Lots Of Ground North Side Of Coats Street South Side Of Brown Street The West Side Of Fifteenth Street West And East Side Of Sixteenth Street And North And South Sides Of Swain Street In The Fifteenth Ward Of The City Of Philadelphia from the Author: Thomas Isaac Wharton.

English Fictions Of Communal Identity 1485 1603

Author: Dr Joshua Phillips
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1409475689
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English Fictions Of Communal Identity 1485 1603 from the Author: Dr Joshua Phillips. Challenging a long-standing trend that sees the Renaissance as the end of communal identity and constitutive group affiliation, author Joshua Phillips explores the perseverance of such affiliation throughout Tudor culture. Focusing on prose fiction from Malory's Morte Darthur through the works of Sir Philip Sidney and Thomas Nashe, this study explores the concept of collective agency and the extensive impact it had on English Renaissance culture. In contrast to studies devoted to the myth of early modern individuation, English Fictions of Communal Identity, 1485–1603 pays special attention to primary communities-monastic orders, printing house concerns, literary circles, and neighborhoods-that continued to generate a collective sense of identity. Ultimately, Phillips offers a new way of theorizing the relation between collaboration and identity. In terms of literary history, this study elucidates a significant aspect of novelistic discourse, even as it accounts for the institutional disregard of often brilliant works of early modern fiction.

Beowulf And The Celtic Tradition

Author: Martin Puhvel
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
ISBN: 1554587697
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Beowulf And The Celtic Tradition from the Author: Martin Puhvel. The author traces and evaluates the possible influences of Celtic tradition on the Anglo-Saxon epic poem Beowulf. He discusses theories of the origins of the poem, draws parallels between elements in Beowulf and in Celtic literary tradition, and suggests that the central plot of the poem, the conflict with Grendel and his mother, is "fundamentally indebted to Celtic folktale elements." The study is well documented and rich in references to Celtic literature, legend, and folklore.