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As Dog Is My Witness

As Dog Is My Witness ebook ISBN: 1610880005
Publisher: Bancroft Press
Author: Jeffrey Cohen
Number of Pages: 272 
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In this, the third Aaron Tucker mystery, Aaron, fresh from a trip to Hollywood to "take meetings" on his screenplay, finds himself dragged kicking and screaming once again into investigating a murder, this time of a man in a nearby town shot while walking his dog at night. The young man accused of the crime has Asperger's Syndrome, the same autism-related disorder that Aaron's son Ethan has had since birth.Aaron is hip-deep in the investigation when he's assaulted by visiting Visigoths-no, wait, that's just his wife Abby's brother and his family, come to visit for a week. But then a local mobster becomes aware of Aaron's poking around in the killing, and wants him to stop. It's going to be an especially interesting holiday season for New Jersey's funniest height-challenged amateur sleuth.

The Witness Protection Program for the Church

The Witness Protection Program for the Church ebook ISBN: 1602669279
Publisher: Xulon Press
Author: Edward Ray Sutton
Number of Pages: 184 
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Have you ever wondered why you were saved? What it really means to be a witness for the Lord? What are the benefits in serving the Lord, more than just going to heaven when you die? Did you know that there is more designed for you than just going to heaven and missing hell? Did you know that God has a plan for your life and you can know it without wasting a lot of time and years doing your own thing? Have you ever thought what it really means to be a Christian? If your answer to the above questions are yes, then this is the book for you, it will help you understand the plan and will of God for your life. And it will bring some clarity as to why you are here. This book is designed to bring some common sense reality to the gospel of Jesus Christ. It is loaded with informative teaching and has a sense of humor that will cause you to want more. Edward Ray Sutton accepted Jesus as Lord and Savior in 1971; God instantly delivered him from a life of alcohol addiction at the age of 20.After seeking the Lord as to where he wanted him to go to church he joined the local assembly of the Disciples of Christ in Goldsboro, N.C. Later after a period of time he was appointed a deacon and after being faithful in that office he was later called by God to preach the word of the Lord. In 1984 he was instructed by God to leave and join a full gospel church that God was raising up. In this church he served as children's and youth pastor for several years during which he established a successful puppet ministry. Some of the children as adults are in children ministry in other places in the country. He served as associate pastor for several years before leaving to follow the call of God, and to go forward with his own ministry. He has been married to his wife Diana for 36 years and is the father of four children. They reside in Dudley, N.C.

Witness for A Wiser Dog

Witness for A Wiser Dog ebook ISBN: 9780615477916
Publisher: Martin Alvin
Author: Martin Alvin
Number of Pages: 293 
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You May Take the Witness

You May Take the Witness ebook ISBN: 0292768451
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Author: Clinton Giddings Brown
Number of Pages: 232 
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When Clinton Giddings Brown (1882–1964) retired from a long and successful career as a trial lawyer in San Antonio, Texas, fishing on the Gulf Coast was out—by doctor’s orders. So he sat on the front gallery of his house in San Antonio and fished with a lead pencil in the richly stocked memories of his professional life. “Some days I didn’t get a nibble, but some mornings they were biting fine.” The resultant and delightful catch is the story of a full, merry, and successful life. From the day in 1906 when “Mr. Clint” hung out his shingle in a little office over his father’s bank, through the long succession of “fine scraps, rough and tumble, no holds barred,” which were the jury cases he tried for defendant corporations in personal-injury damage suits, there was not much about the law and about human nature that he did not have the opportunity to learn. The first client in the little office was Charlie Ross, a Pullman porter who wanted to make sure that the title on his new house was clear. The fee was $15, and Charlie was his friend for life. In the pages that follow the reader will meet many other unforgettable characters, including Dr. John Brinkley, the man who made a million dollars a year from his goat-gland operation until Dr. Morris Fishbein called him a “quack”; old Jim Wheat, who killed a white man, and Jim’s little grandson Lige, who knew what God would do to him if he told lies in court; Bosco, who forgot his complete paralysis when the lady lure came into the picture; and pretty little Mary, whom the jury loved. Brown was elected district attorney for Bexar County, Texas, in 1913 and became mayor of San Antonio the following year; in the latter office he served two terms, resigning to join the Army in the First World War. On his return from France he was invited to work with a law firm that represented many large corporations, among them the Public Service Company, which ran San Antonio’s streetcar and bus lines, and the Southern Pacific Railroad. Soon made a partner, he remained with the firm until his retirement, and through a quarter of a century tried about as many jury cases as any other attorney in the city. You May Take the Witness is a book for anyone who has ever felt the fascination of courtrooms and trials, and who has not? It is also a book in which lawyers will find an excellent refresher course for both mind and spirit. Here are invaluable tips on all the ins-and-outs of jury trial, not from the flat dimensions of a law-school text but from the full, real world of actual trials and the men and women involved. Brown tells how to handle witnesses and to pick juries, when to object and when not to object. The most important lesson of all, he says, is to value the jury and be an honest person before them. “The jury is decent, so you be decent, and ‘be yourself.’” It is clear that Clinton Giddings Brown succeeded as a lawyer because he succeeded as a human being, just as it is clear that he knows how to tell story after fine story because he enjoyed living each episode of his life to its fullest.


Sacrifice ebook ISBN: 0375719067
Publisher: Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
Author: Andrew Vachss
Number of Pages: 288 
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What—or who—could turn a gifted little boy into a murderous thing that calls itself "Satan's Child"? In search of an answer, a man named Burke travels from a festering welfare hotel to a neat frame house where a voodoo priestess presides over a congregation of assassins. For this vigilante and unlicensed private eye has made it his business to defend the small victims whom the law has failed—even a child who has been made into a killer. Gripping and chillingly knowledgeable about the mechanisms of evil, Sacrifice is a thriller of savage authority from one of the best crime writers of our generation.

Fuzzy Nation

Fuzzy Nation ebook ISBN: 1429924446
Publisher: Macmillan
Author: John Scalzi
Number of Pages: 304 
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From New York Times bestseller and Hugo Award-winner John Scalzi, an extraordinary retelling of the SF classic Little Fuzzy ZaraCorp holds the right to extract unlimited resources from the verdant planet Zarathustra—as long as the planet is certifiably free of native sentients. So when an outback prospector discovers a species of small, appealing bipeds who might well turn out to be intelligent, language-using beings, it's a race to stop the corporation from "eliminating the problem," which is to say, eliminating the Fuzzies—wide-eyed and ridiculously cute small, and furry—who are as much people as we are. Other Tor Books The Android’s Dream Agent to the Stars Your Hate Mail Will Be Graded Fuzzy Nation Redshirts 1. Lock In 2. Head On The Interdepency Sequence 1. The Collapsing Empire 2. The Consuming Fire Old Man's War Series 1. Old Man’s War 2. The Ghost Brigades 3. The Last Colony 4. Zoe’s Tale 5. The Human Division 6. The End of All Things At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

The Dogs of Babel

The Dogs of Babel ebook ISBN: 0759528063
Publisher: Hachette UK
Author: Carolyn Parkhurst
Number of Pages: 272 
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A poignant and beautiful debut novel explores a man's quest to unravel the mystery of his wife's death with the help of the only witness -- their Rhodesian ridgeback, Lorelei.

The Dog Who Saved Me

The Dog Who Saved Me ebook ISBN: 1250014352
Publisher: St. Martin\'s Press
Author: Susan Wilson
Number of Pages: 352 
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Rescue comes in unexpected ways for one man and his dog in this moving and redemptive novel, The Dog Who Saved Me, by New York Times bestselling author Susan Wilson Boston police officer Cooper Harrison never thought he'd go back to his hometown, Harmony Farms. But when his faithful K-9 partner Argos is killed in the line of duty, Cooper, caught in a spiral of trauma and grief, has nowhere else to turn. Jobless and on the verge of divorce, he accepts a offer for the position of dog officer in Harmony Farms, leaving the life he spent twenty years building behind. And so he finds himself back where he started. Where his father was once known as the town drunk and his brother outgrew juvenile delinquency to become a drug dealer. Where he grew up as ‘one of those' Harrisons. Cooper does his job with deliberate detachment, refusing to get emotionally invested in another dog the way he had with Argos—until he finds himself rescuing a wounded and gun-shy yellow lab gone feral. Cooper never thought he'd find himself going back in order to move forward, and yet Harmony Farms is the one place where Cooper must learn to forgive and, only then, heal. All with the help of a yellow dog.

Positive Training for Show Dogs

Positive Training for Show Dogs ebook ISBN: 1929242468
Publisher: Dogwise Publishing
Author: Vicki Ronchette
Number of Pages: 95 
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Positive Training For Show Dogs is the first book to apply the latest scientific research on how dogs learn to the world of dog showing. Whether you are just getting started in the breed ring or are an experienced show dog handler, you will enjoy learning how to work with your dog as your partner to get outstanding showing results by using positive reinforcement methods including clicker training and lure/reward methods. Written by a dog show person for dog show people!


Witness ebook ISBN: 1621573761
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Author: Whittaker Chambers
Number of Pages: 718 
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#1 New York Times bestseller for 13 consecutive weeks! "As long as humanity speaks of virtue and dreams of freedom, the life and writings of Whittaker Chambers will ennoble and inspire." - PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN "One of the dozen or so indispensable books of the century..." - GEORGE F. WILL "Witness changed my worldview, my philosophical perceptions, and, without exaggeration, my life." - ROBERT D. NOVAK, from his Foreward "Chambers has written one of the really significant American autobiographies. When some future Plutarch writes his American Live, he will find in Chambers penetrating and terrible insights into America in the early twentieth century." - ARTHUR SCHLESINGER JR. "Chambers had a gift for call Chambers an activist or Witness a political event is to say Dostoevsky was a criminologist or Crime and Punishment a morality tract." - WASHINGTON POST "Chambers was not just the witness against Alger Hiss, but was also one of th articulators of the modern conservative philosophy, a philosophy that has something to do with restoring the spiritual values of politics." - SAM TANENHAUS, author of Whittaker Chambers "One of the few indispensable autobiographies ever written by an American - and one of the best written, too." - HILTON KRAMER, The New Criterion First published in 1952, Witness is the true story of Soviet spies in America and the trial that captivated a nation. Part literary effort, part philosophical treatise, this intriguing autobiography recounts the famous Alger Hiss case and reveals much more. Chambers' worldview and his belief that "man without mysticism is a monster" went on to help make political conservatism a national force. Regnery History's Cold War Classics edition is the most comprehensive version of Witness ever published, featuring forewords collected from all previous editions, including discussions from luminaries William F. Buckley Jr., Robert D. Novak, Milton Hindus, and Alfred S. Regnery.

Poetry in Painting

Poetry in Painting ebook ISBN: 0748649611
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Author: Helene Cixous
Number of Pages: 160 
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The first book by Helene Cixous on painting and the contemporary arts. These 11 chapters bring together Helene Cixous' writings about specific contemporary artists and artworks. Neither simply 'art criticism' nor critical essays, Cixous responds to these