New Hope For The Dead

Author: Charles Willeford
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1471914305
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New Hope For The Dead from the Author: Charles Willeford. 'No one writes a better crime novel than Charles Willeford' Elmore Leonard In an expensive Miami neighbourhood, Sergeant Hoke Mosely, Homicide Division, is called to investigate the lethal overdose of a young junkie. But what seems like a routine OD gives Moseley cause to doubt - particularly when he meets the dead kid's stunning stepmother. And with his two teenage daughters dumped on him by his troublesome ex-wife, a new beat partner struggling with an unplanned pregnancy, and fifty cold cases to solve, it starts to feel like this little matter of a dead junkie and his beautiful stepmother might just be the answer to Hoke's prayers . . .

Part 2 Project New Hope

Author: Michel Pelletier
Publisher: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1460283481
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Part 2 Project New Hope from the Author: Michel Pelletier. Tensions between nations run high in the twenty-second century. Nuclear war reduced the global population from fifteen billion to barely one hundred million survivors. Much of the planet's surface is highly radioactive. Sources of food, clean water, and medical supplies are increasingly scarce. Isolated regions made distribution of supplies even harder to operate. In a time when co-operation is imperative, self-interest continues to prevail in many parts of the globe. Amidst this growing chaos, a new generation of leaders emerges to guide Eden into an uncertain future filled with incredible new technologies and daunting challenges. As they struggle to provide leadership through humanity's darkest days, they must also preserve what little survives of nature's blessings. Can they build hope for a new world from the ashes of the old, or will they make the same mistakes to which humanity has always succumbed? Part 2 of the Eden Democratic Kingdom trilogy follows the continuing development of Eden and its leaders as they work towards a better future for their young nation and all of Earth's creatures.

The Battles Of New Hope Church

Author: Russell Blount
Publisher: Pelican Publishing
ISBN: 1589809831
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The Battles Of New Hope Church from the Author: Russell Blount. This is an account of the actions in Paulding County, Georgia, during the last week of May 1864, including a significant phase in the Atlanta Campaign. During this interval, the Confederate army stops Sherman's advance for the first time. The battles of Pickett's Mill and Dallas are also covered.

Star Wars A New Hope Vol 2

Author: George Lucas
Publisher: Marvel Entertainment
ISBN: 130244512X
Size: 54.55 MB
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Star Wars A New Hope Vol 2 from the Author: George Lucas. Mos Eisley spaceport. You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy.' And you've never seen Mos Eisley look quite like this! It's the second volume of Star Wars: A New Hope -- MANGA, artfully rendered by the hand of Hisao Tamaki. In this issue you'll visit Mos Eisley, witness the destruction of Alderaan, and be present as Han Solo confronts Jabba the Hutt. It's Star Wars like you've never seen it before!

New Hope For People With Lupus

Author: Theresa Foy Digeronimo
Publisher: Harmony
ISBN: 0307809218
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New Hope For People With Lupus from the Author: Theresa Foy Digeronimo. Discover Exciting New Ways to Manage Lupus Now you can take control of lupus and begin living a healthier, better life—today! This thoughtful, cutting-edge book can help you manage the flare-ups, symptoms, and side effects of lupus and put you back on the path to a more enjoyable, active lifesyle. Inside is compassionate, practical, and immediate guidance for anyone affected by lupus, including: ·Promising alternative therapies such as DHEA, essential fatty acids, and herbs ·Conventional drug treatments, including corticosteroids and antimalarials ·Easy methods to reduce stress and boost energy ·Important lifestyle requirements, such as diet and exercise ·And much, much more! "A great resource for people with lupus, especially those recently diagnosed. New Hope for People with Lupus gives valuable and credible information about the many aspects of lupus which, as most of us know, can be very confusing." —Gloria M. Spadaro, R.N., executive director, Lupus Foundation Inc. of New Jersey "Reading New Hope for People with Lupus helps you become a central player in the colaborative diagnostic and therapeutic process that is what medical care is all about. This book gives hope because there is hope, particularly after absorbing the pearls in this new partner in your medical care." —From the Foreword by Stephen A. Paget, M.D. From the Trade Paperback edition.

A New Hope

Author: Stephen Lakkis
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443869023
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A New Hope from the Author: Stephen Lakkis. Theology and historiography often see the future as a realm open to new experiences and unexpected events. Yet for classical physics, the future was the result of the universe’s predictable development. Given enough information about current states, we could use the laws of nature to uncover the universe’s future. Modern space-time theory, with its picture of an invariant four-dimensional universe, only makes this problem more acute. Room for radically novel events, for miracles and new hope seems to have disappeared. It is this hope for something new that the German theologian Wolfhart Pannenberg seeks to preserve in his controversial work on time. To defend God’s supernatural freedoms and to escape natural determinism, Pannenberg invokes a medieval understanding of the unsurpassable and absolute power of God, using God’s potentia absoluta to reverse time’s flow and express absolute authority over creation’s progress. Time and all its contents are utterly subjected under the free will of a divine “all-determining reality”. But is this tenable for modern understandings of God and the universe? Or does it lead to theological difficulties and promote an arms race between the laws of nature and the rule of God? In this volume, Stephen Lakkis offers an analysis and critique of Pannenberg’s approach and suggests a different way forward.

A Bibliography Of The Finds In The Desert Of Judah 1970 1995

Author: Florentino GarcĂ­a MartĂ­nez
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9789004105881
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A Bibliography Of The Finds In The Desert Of Judah 1970 1995 from the Author: Florentino GarcĂ­a MartĂ­nez. This volume contains a bibliography of the research on the Dead Sea Scrolls published during the last 25 years. All entries are alphabetically listed, provided with an identification number, and systematically classified by topics and key words as well as by manuscripts numbers and title of the compositions.