Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense October 2016 Box Set 2 Of 2

Author: Margaret Daley
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488024294
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Love Inspired Suspense brings you three new titles at a great value, available now! Enjoy these suspenseful romances of danger and faith. HIGH-RISK REUNION Lone Star Justice by Margaret Daley Someone is out for revenge against district attorney Tory Carson. And they’re willing to hurt her teenage daughter to get to Tory. But Tory’s former love, Texas Ranger Cade Morgan, will do whatever it takes to keep them both safe. TARGETED FOR MURDER Wilderness, Inc. by Elizabeth Goddard Chased by assassins after her secret agent father’s death, Hadley Mason flees into the Oregon wilderness to disappear. But when killers catch up with her, Hadley’s life rests in the hands of Cooper Wilde, a wilderness-survival teacher who’s determined to defend her. DEADLY SETUP by Annslee Urban Set on clearing her brother’s name, Paige Becker returns home…and finds herself a killer’s next target. Now she must rely on her ex-boyfriend Seth Garrison—the detective who arrested and charged her brother with murder—to save her life. Join HarlequinMyRewards.com to earn FREE books and more. Earn points for all your Harlequin purchases from wherever you shop.

The Architecture Of Light

Author: Mary Ann Steane
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113565588X
Size: 53.81 MB
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Reviewing the use of natural light by architects in the era of electricity, this book aims to show that natural light not only remains a potential source of order in architecture, but that natural lighting strategies impose a usefully creative discipline on design. Considering an approach to environmental context that sees light as a critical aspect of place, this book explores current attitudes to natural light by offering a series of in-depth studies of recent projects and the particular lighting issues they have addressed. It gives a more nuanced appraisal of these lighting strategies by setting them within their broader topographic, climatic and cultural contexts.

Mendelssohn To Mendelsohn

Author: Cyril Reade
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783039105311
Size: 57.75 MB
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This book takes a fresh look at the history of the Jews in Berlin using signficant examples of the rich visual legacy of the period. It begins by examining the visual environment of the Enlightenment philosopher Moses Mendelssohn (1729-86) and his community whose lives were regulated by feudal conditions in the waning days of a mercantilist regime. It also looks at the Moorish Revival synagogue on the Oranienburgerstrasse inaugurated in 1866 that reflects the status and the evolving sense of identity of the sponsoring community at that moment in the nineteenth-century pursuit of emancipation and the incremental attainment of civil rights. The book ends with the Weimar Republic where the inventive modernist architect Erich Mendelsohn contributed to the vital building program of the "Neue Sachlichkeit."" "The visual studies approach adopted here foregrounds the articulation of the dominant culture's visual language by a dynamic minority expressing its place within the process of German nation building.

Unravelled

Author: Robyn Harding
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1440641196
Size: 54.48 MB
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When Beth Carruthers is invited to join a knitting circle, her first impulse is to hide under her bed. It’s true her social life has shriveled lately—but could she really be in danger of turning into her chickflick- watching drone of a roommate, or forming an unhealthy attachment with a pet, like her friend Mel? OK, fine. Yarn: bring it on. Turns out learning to knit is fun, and Beth feels an instant connection to her new companions. Over red wine and flashing needles, she can be herself. She even starts dating again. But she soon learns that her new man has a secret so shocking it could end their relationship—and worse, destroy the best group of friends she’s ever had.

Statistical Modelling For Social Researchers

Author: Roger Tarling
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134061072
Size: 17.19 MB
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This book explains the principles and theory of statistical modelling in an intelligible way for the non-mathematical social scientist looking to apply statistical modelling techniques in research. The book also serves as an introduction for those wishing to develop more detailed knowledge and skills in statistical modelling. Rather than present a limited number of statistical models in great depth, the aim is to provide a comprehensive overview of the statistical models currently adopted in social research, in order that the researcher can make appropriate choices and select the most suitable model for the research question to be addressed. To facilitate application, the book also offers practical guidance and instruction in fitting models using SPSS and Stata, the most popular statistical computer software which is available to most social researchers. Instruction in using MLwiN is also given. Models covered in the book include; multiple regression, binary, multinomial and ordered logistic regression, log-linear models, multilevel models, latent variable models (factor analysis), path analysis and simultaneous equation models and models for longitudinal data and event histories. An accompanying website hosts the datasets and further exercises in order that the reader may practice developing statistical models. An ideal tool for postgraduate social science students, research students and practicing social researchers in universities, market research, government social research and the voluntary sector.

Broken Shells And Hope

Author: G. Emil Reutter
Publisher: Stonegarden.Net Pub
ISBN: 9781600760556
Size: 80.86 MB
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"Reutter's poetry has the keen ability to focus on people in a variety of situations, and to add his own unique twist to each poetic experience. He witnesses as well as ponders death, isolation, unfaithfulness, boredom, and despair, yet he possesses an undeniable ability in recognizing spring and finding sanctuary among broken shells littering the desolate landscape of our minds and our lives, finding that faint ray of hope that lingers in the heart's ability to pray." (Diane Sahms-Guarnieri, Poetry Editor, Philadelphia Stories Magazine.)

Development S Displacements

Author: Peter Vandergeest
Publisher: UBC Press
ISBN: 077485975X
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As multilateral agencies, social movements, and state authorities worldwide struggle to cope with the effects of large-scale development projects, the problem of displacement remains unresolved. This volume seeks to address displacement as a broad and multilayered phenomenon. A series of illustrative case studies drawn from around the globe provide causal accounts of why and how displacement occurs, what its effects on communities, ecosystems, and economies look like, and the normative or ethical positions held by key actors involved. Contributors offer economic, political, and cultural analyses, as well as extensive ethnographic field research, to present a picture of displacement that illustrates the depth and the breadth of the issue.

Class Construction

Author: Carrie Freie
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 9780739115473
Size: 28.94 MB
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Class Construction: White Working-Class Student Identity in the New Millennium explores the identity development of a group of white working-class high school students in a de-industrialized area of the Northeast. This ethnographic study explores class, racial and gender identity construction, and focuses on the ways the students' perceptions of their current and future classed, raced, and gendered selves are negotiated within the context of the school structure.

Christian Theology And Market Economics

Author: Ian Rainy Lance Harper
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
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There was a time when theologians and economists knew much more about each other's work than they do today. This book is dedicated to reconnecting two disciplines that study different dimensions of the human condition. The well respected contributors - economists, theologians, some both - explore the interaction of Christian theology and market economics, from the earliest times to the modern day. There is much to surprise, puzzle and edify serious students of theology and economics as well as the merely curious. This unique work has a historical time-span reaching from Aristotle to the modern day, thus appealing to those interested in the history of ideas and economic thought as well as the links between theological and economic thought. Economists studying the intellectual roots of their discipline, as well as Christians researching the links between Christian beliefs and the worldly philosophy governing everyday commercial lives will also welcome it.