Waterfall Glen

Author: Davie
Publisher: Medallion Media Group
ISBN: 1605420166
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Waterfall Glen from the Author: Davie. When Kate Brodie inherits Waterfall Glen it seems like the start of an exciting new life. Full of romantic notions, she swaps her dull routine in San Francisco for life as a Highland lady. But the stunning beauty of the glen belies a troubled history and uncertain future, and Kate's imposing new home, Greystane House, is full of disturbing revelations about her family's past. Each portrait on the ancient walls tells an un-nerving story, while the empty rooms echo with rumors of a centuries-old curse that takes on new significance when unsettling events threaten the small community whose fate lies in her hands. The only person Kate can turn to is a man haunted by equally troubling events, a man she has every reason not to trust. Only with his help can she find a way to defend old values against the materialism of the modern world. Only together can they lay their ghosts to rest.

Hiking Illinois 2nd Edition

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Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9781450407625
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Hiking Illinois 2nd Edition from the Author: . Provides descriptions of one hundred scenic day hiking trails in Illinois, each with a difficulty rating and a map marking points of interest and distances; and includes information on how to get to the parks, park hours, facilities, permits and rules, and contact addresses and telephone numbers.

200 Waterfalls In Central Western New York

Author: Rich Freeman
Publisher: Footprint Press, Inc.
ISBN: 9781930480018
Size: 43.86 MB
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200 Waterfalls In Central Western New York from the Author: Rich Freeman. Become a waterfall sleuth with this guide to falls that can be found from a car, by hiking, and by creekwalking.

Collaborative Virtual Environments

Author: Elizabeth F. Churchill
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1447106857
Size: 63.15 MB
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Collaborative Virtual Environments from the Author: Elizabeth F. Churchill. A Collaborative Virtual Environment (CVE) is a distributed, virtual reality designed to support collaborative activities. It is a topic of increasing interest to large global corporations, where work teams are often distributed over a large geographic area. Aimed at anyone involved in researching the design of tools for supporting distributed teams of workers, it helps the reader understand the latest technology, state-of-the-art research, and good working practice. Among the topics covered are: systems aspects of CVEs; user centered aspects of environment design; and methodologies for iterative evaluation and design.

Performing Cities

Author: N. Whybrow
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137455691
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Performing Cities from the Author: N. Whybrow. Performing Cities is an edited volume of contributions by a range of internationally renowned academics and performance makers from across the globe, each one covering a particular city and examining it from the dynamic perspectives of performances occurring in cities and the city itself as performance.

Davie Henderson Bundle

Author: Davie Henderson
Publisher: Medallion Media Group
ISBN: 1605427721
Size: 36.56 MB
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Davie Henderson Bundle from the Author: Davie Henderson. Tomorrow?s World There are no more butterflies, no coral reefs or rainbows. Now the cold logic of computers determines how they will live. And although old divisions of race, color, and creed have disappeared, a new line has been drawn between naturally born people, Names, and those who have been genetically engineered, Numbers. ?Perfect Paula? is a Number; Ben Travis is a Name. Both detectives, they must work together to solve a murder committed because someone quite possibly has discovered the meaning of life and the truth about God. The computers, and the governing EcoSystem they control, are not happy. Solving the case will give Ben and Paula the answer to age-old questions but may cost them their lives. Risking everything and overcoming bone-deep prejudice, Paula and Ben must put their faith in each other, discovering truths about themselves, the past, and the future that no computer could ever understand. Waterfall Glen Kate Brodie inherits a stunning estate. Full of romantic notions, she swaps her dull routine in San Francisco for life as a Highland lady. But the stunning beauty of the glen belies a troubled history and uncertain future, and Kate?s imposing new home, Greystane House, is full of disturbing revelations about her family?s past. Each portrait on the ancient walls tells an unnerving story, while the empty rooms echo with rumors of a centuries-old curse that takes on new significance when unsettling events threaten the small community whose fate lies in her hands. The only person Kate can turn to is a man haunted by equally troubling events, a man she has every reason not to trust. Only with his help can she find a way to defend old values against the materialism of the modern world. Only together can they lay their ghosts to rest.

Rings Of Supersonic Steel

Author: Mark L. Morgan
Publisher: Hole In The Head Press
ISBN: 9780615120126
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Rings Of Supersonic Steel from the Author: Mark L. Morgan.

Walking The Corbetts Vol 2 North Of The Great Glen

Author: Brian Johnson
Publisher: Cicerone Press Limited
ISBN: 1849659095
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Walking The Corbetts Vol 2 North Of The Great Glen from the Author: Brian Johnson. The Corbetts (Scotland's 2500-2999ft mountains) are every bit as interesting as the Munros (3000ft and over), often clear when the Munros are in cloud, walkable on short winter days, free of the peak-bagging crowds of their taller neighbours. Volume 2 of this two-volume Cicerone guide covers the Corbetts to the north of the Great Glen, which runs from Fort William to Inverness enclosing Loch Ness, probably Scotland's best-known loch. Choosing the best, rather than the quickest, routes up each summit the author covers 109 peaks in 90 routes, divided into 10 areas. South of the Great Glen it is the Munros which attract most attention, but along the western seaboard and in the far north it is the Corbetts that dominate the landscape with isolated rocky peaks rising steeply above the sea and inland lochs, in a wilderness of heather and bog dotted with sparkling lochs and lochans. There are spectacular Corbetts all the way from Ardgour to Cape Wrath including those in Ardgour, Knoydart, Applecross, Torridon and Fisherfield. The far north-west provides some of the most magnificent mountain scenery in the world and it is difficult to beat the magical islands of Mull, Rum, Skye and Harris.