Layover In Dubai

Author: Dan Fesperman
Publisher: Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
ISBN: 0307593649
Size: 75.40 MB
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Layover In Dubai from the Author: Dan Fesperman. The newest thriller from the author of The Amateur Spy and The Prisoner of Guantánamo (“Worthy of sharing shelf space with the novels of John le Carré and Ken Follett”—USA Today) is as dazzling as its setting. Sam Keller has been enlisted by his V.P. for Corporate Security and Investigation to spy on another employee while they’re traveling for the company. Ordinarily careful to a fault, Sam decides to live it up. What better spot for business-class hedonism than boomtown Dubai, where resort islands materialize from open ocean, fortunes are made overnight, and skiers crisscross the snowy slope of a shopping mall. But when Sam’s charge is murdered during a night on the town, it is only the first in a series of bewildering events that plunge him waist-deep into a lethal mix of mobsters, prostitutes, crooked cops, consuls, and corporate players. Offering a chancy way out is Anwar Sharaf, the unlikeliest of detectives. A former pearl diver and gold smuggler with an undignified demeanor, Sharaf is sometimes as baffled as Sam by the changes to his homeland, especially as they are embodied in the behavior of his rebelliously independent—and hauntingly beautiful—daughter. But he knows where the levers of power reside. As the unlikely duo work their way toward the heart of the case, each man must confront the darkest forces threatening Dubai from within. Here is Dan Fesperman’s most suspenseful novel yet: a stunning portrait of a city whose mysterious rhythm (“like the precision throb of an artificial heart, clicking and insistent, yet cool to the touch”) is underscored by the insistent clashing of old and new. From the Hardcover edition.

Red Flags

Author: Juris Jurjevics
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0547564511
Size: 21.77 MB
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Red Flags from the Author: Juris Jurjevics. Assigned to an undermanned base in Vietnam's Cheo Reo, Army cop Erik Rider works to disrupt the opium fields in a remote highland province only to discover that a traitor with an interest in an opium smuggling ring is sabotaging his efforts.

The Neurosciences And The Practice Of Aviation Medicine

Author: Anthony N. Nicholson
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351885235
Size: 21.55 MB
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The Neurosciences And The Practice Of Aviation Medicine from the Author: Anthony N. Nicholson. This book brings the neurosciences to operational and clinical aviation medicine. It is concerned with the physiology and pathology of circadian rhythmicity, orientation, hypotension and hypoxia, and with disorders of the central nervous system relevant to the practice of aviation medicine. The chapters on circadian rhythmicity and orientation deal with the impaired alertness and sleep disturbance associated with desynchrony and with the effects of linear and angular accelerations on spatial awareness. Hypotension and hypoxia cover cerebral function during increased gravitational stress, clinical aspects of exposure to acute hypoxia, the mild hypoxia of the cabin of transport aircraft, adaptation and acclimatization to altitude and decompression at extreme altitudes and in space. Disorders of particular significance to the practice of aviation medicine such as excessive daytime sleepiness, epilepsy, syncope, hypoglycaemia, headache and traumatic brain injury are covered, while neuro-ophthalmology, the vestibular system and hearing also receive detailed attention. The potentially adverse effects of the aviation environment and of disorders of the nervous system are brought together, and the text covers the neurological examination as it relates to aircrew and explores current management and therapeutics. The Neurosciences and the Practice of Aviation Medicine is an essential work for those involved in the practice of aviation medicine where familiarity with the effects of the aviation environment on the nervous system and understanding the pathophysiology of relevant clinical disorders are of prime concern. The authors from leading centres of excellence are physiologists concerned with the aviation environment and physicians involved in the day-to-day practice of medicine. They bring to this authoritative text wide experience and expertise in both the experimental and clinical neurosciences.

The Double Game

Author: Dan Fesperman
Publisher: Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
ISBN: 0307960900
Size: 70.92 MB
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The Double Game from the Author: Dan Fesperman. A few years before the fall of the Berlin Wall, spook-turned-novelist Edwin Lemaster revealed to up-and-coming journalist Bill Cage that he’d once considered spying for the enemy. For Cage, a Foreign Service brat who grew up in the very cities where Lemaster’s books were set, the news story created a brief but embarrassing sensation and heralded the beginning of the end of his career in journalism. More than two decades later, Cage, now a lonely, disillusioned PR man, receives an anonymous note hinting that he should have dug deeper into Lemaster’s pronouncement. Spiked with cryptic references to some of Cage’s favorite spy novels, the note is the first of many literary bread crumbs that lead him back to Vienna, Prague, and Budapest, each instruction drawing him closer to the complex truth, each giving rise to more questions: Why is beautiful Litzi Strauss back in his life after thirty years? How much of his father’s job involved the CIA? As the events of Lemaster’s past eerily—and dangerously—begin intersecting with those of Cage’s own, a “long stalemate of secrecy” may finally be coming to an end. A story about spies and their secrets, fathers and sons, lovers and fate, duplicity and loyalty, The Double Game ingeniously taps the espionage classics of the Cold War to build a spellbinding maze of intrigue. It is Dan Fesperman’s most audacious, suspenseful, and satisfying novel yet. From the Hardcover edition.

What Is A Normal Life

Author: Jon McNabb
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1326271709
Size: 41.80 MB
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What Is A Normal Life from the Author: Jon McNabb. An insightful autobiography about the first twenty five years of a 'normal' DJ

You Can Change

Author: Tim Chester
Publisher: Crossway
ISBN: 1433542773
Size: 77.37 MB
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You Can Change from the Author: Tim Chester. It's about heart change, not behavior change. That's the conviction of Tim Chester as he seeks to help everyday Christians "connect the truth about God with our Monday-morning struggles." This interactive book, laid out in workbook fashion, is for newer Christians struggling with sin and for more mature Christians who have plateaued in their faith as they seek to find victory over sin in their lives. With a conviction that sanctification is God's work and the journey to holiness is joyful, Chester guides readers through a "change project"-beginning with the selection of one area of life they would like to modify. Each chapter includes a question (e.g., Why would you like to change? What truths do you need to turn to?) to guide readers as they deal with a specific sin or struggle, truths from God's word, and a reflection guide to help readers through their change project.

Politics Of Anti Racism Education In Search Of Strategies For Transformative Learning

Author: George J. Sefa Dei
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400776276
Size: 46.39 MB
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Politics Of Anti Racism Education In Search Of Strategies For Transformative Learning from the Author: George J. Sefa Dei. This collection of essays invites readers to think through critical questions concerning anti-racism education, such as: How does anti-racism education centre race as an analytic and simultaneously work with multiple sites of oppression, without reifying hierarchies of difference? How can anti-racism education be engaged to speak to historical questions of power and privilege, within conventional schooling practices? How do we recognize anti-racism education in its many iterations? In this book the authors explore the knowledge that constitutes anti-racism education and the ways in which knowledge constitutive of anti-racism education becomes embodied through particular pedagogues. The authors are anti-racism educators with experiences in diverse settings: the chapters cover various fields and socio-historic geographies, address contemporary educational issues, and are situated within personal-political, historical and philosophical conversations. Anti-racism education is a discursive stance and steeped in politics that shape and are shaped by everyday conversations, theories, and practices. The essays in this collection work through many of the possibilities and limitations of engaging in counter-hegemonic education for transformative learning. Readers will discover lived experiences, theory, practice and critical reflexivity.

Mark Z Danielewski S House Of Leaves

Author: Mark Z. Danielewski
Publisher: Pantheon
ISBN: 0375420525
Size: 18.69 MB
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Mark Z Danielewski S House Of Leaves from the Author: Mark Z. Danielewski. A family relocates to a small house on Ash Tree Lane and discovers that the inside of their new home seems to be without boundaries

Dubai

Author: Jonathan David Howe
Publisher:
ISBN: 9789384038687
Size: 60.48 MB
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Dubai from the Author: Jonathan David Howe.

Kitchen Confidential

Author: Anthony Bourdain
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 0747553556
Size: 34.12 MB
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Kitchen Confidential from the Author: Anthony Bourdain. Anthony Bourdain's international mega-bestseller: the down and dirty memoir that shot him to stardom