Terror Squad

Author: Warren Murphy
Publisher: eReads.com
ISBN: 9780759278769
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Terror Squad from the Author: Warren Murphy. A wave of global terrorism spreads as a result of one madman's tyrannical powers. Even while the governments of three major world powers are on his trail, CURE, the United State's top secret agency, knows of only one way to solve the problem--The Destroyer. There's little doubt that Remo Williams' protege Mater Chiun is capable of waging any war, but when the mysterious radical assassin is out to kill, everyone runs for cover--except the fearless and most powerful.

Vibe

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Vibe from the Author: . Vibe is the lifestyle guide to urban music and culture including celebrities, fashion, beauty, consumer electronics, automotive, personal care/grooming, and, always, music. Edited for a multicultural audience Vibe creates trends as much as records them.

Terror Funds In India

Author: Dr V Balasubramaniyan
Publisher: Lancer Publishers LLC
ISBN: 8170623162
Size: 74.41 MB
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Terror Funds In India from the Author: Dr V Balasubramaniyan.

Asphalt Gods

Author: Vincent M. Mallozzi
Publisher: Doubleday
ISBN: 0385506767
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Asphalt Gods from the Author: Vincent M. Mallozzi. The real basketball deal–the inside story of Harlem’s legendary tournament and the pros and playground legends who have made it world famous. Earl “The Goat” Manigault. Herman “Helicopter” Knowings. Joe “The Destroyer” Hammond. Richard “Pee Wee” Kirkland. These and dozens of other colorfully nicknamed men are the “Asphalt Gods,” whose astounding exploits in the Rucker Tournament, often against multimillionaire NBA superstars, have made them playground divinity. First established in the 1950s by Holcombe Rucker, a New York City Parks Department employee, the tournament has grown to become a Harlem institution, an annual summer event of major proportions. On that fabled patch of concrete, unknown players have been lighting it up for decades as they express basketball as a freestyle art among their peers and against such pro immortals as Julius Erving and Wilt Chamberlain. X’s and O’s are exchanged for oohs and aahs in one of the great examples of street theater to be found in urban America. Asphalt Gods is a streetwise, supremely entertaining oral history of a tournament that has influenced everything from NBA playing style to hip-hop culture. Now, legends transmitted by word of mouth find a home and the achievements of basketball’s greatest unknowns a permanent place in the game’s record. From the Hardcover edition.

Hip Hop In America

Author: Mickey Hess
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313343217
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Hip Hop In America from the Author: Mickey Hess. Thoroughly researched and in tune with the culture, Hip Hop in America: A Regional Guide profiles two dozen specific hip hop scenes across the United States, showing how each place shaped a singular identity. The two volumes span the complete history of rap-from its 1970s origins to the rap battles between Queens and the Bronx in the 1980s, from the well-publicized East Coast vs. West Coast conflicts in the 1990s to the rise of the Midwest and South over the past ten years. Each essay showcases the history of the local scene, including the MCs, DJs, b-boys and b-girls, label owners, hip hop clubs, and radio shows that have created distinct styles of hip hop culture. Through its unique geographic perspective, it captures the astonishing diversity of a genre that has captivated the nation and the world.

Autobiography Of A Recovering Skinhead

Author: Frank Meeink
Publisher: Hawthorne Books
ISBN: 0979018897
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Autobiography Of A Recovering Skinhead from the Author: Frank Meeink. Autobiography of a Recovering Skinhead is Frank Meeink's raw telling of his descent into America's Nazi underground and his ultimate triumph over drugs and hatred. Frank's violent childhood in South Philadelphia primed him to hate, while addiction made him easy prey for a small group of skinhead gang recruiters. By 16 he had become one of the most notorious skinhead gang leaders on the East Coast and by 18 he was doing hard time. Teamed up with African-American players in a prison football league, Frank learned to question his hatred, and after being paroled he defected from the white supremac.

Terror And Revenge

Author: Olin Thompson
Publisher: Bookwarren Publishing Servi
ISBN: 0945949251
Size: 74.20 MB
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Terror And Revenge from the Author: Olin Thompson.

Kingdom Come

Author: Rob Murphy
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1456782126
Size: 15.15 MB
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Kingdom Come from the Author: Rob Murphy. 2015. The United Kingdom’s just discovered enough oil to guarantee prosperity for the next 100 years. The Government sees this as the final cog in its project to make the United Kingdom the enterprise capital of the world and to restore the country’s greatness. The only problem is that most of the oil lies off Scotland and Wales. And the Scots and Welsh want their share of the bonanza. Over the next six years, the United Kingdom descends into a spiral of conflict in which old nationalisms re-emerge and threaten to drag in European neighbours and the United States as the violence spills over beyond the country’s boundaries.

Crime S Power

Author: P. Parnell
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1403980594
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Crime S Power from the Author: P. Parnell. The changes that are engulfing the world today - the fall of nation-states and dictatorships, migrations and border crossings, revolution, democratization, and the international spread of capital - call for new approaches to the subject of crime. Anthropologists engage a variety of methods to answer that call in Crime's Power . Their view of crime extends into the intimacies of everyday life as war transforms personal identities, the violence of a serial killer inhabits paintings, and as the feel of imprisonment reveals society's potentials. Moving beyond the fixities of law, this book explores the nature of crime as an expression of power across the spectrum of human differences.