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Tithe of Blood

Tithe of Blood ebook ISBN: 1452037450
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Author: Esther Slade
Number of Pages: 184 
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Set in Washington, DC and the US island territory of St. Croix, Tithe of Blood is the coming of age story of Hope Taylor. Growing up in Contentment, a small, close-knit community in St. Croix, Hope is a feisty, energetic, beauty who develops an early interest in public service. In high school, she is valedictorian and president of her senior class and voted most likely to succeed by her peers. One thing is clear--her political aspirations have no limits. When Hope arrives on the Howard University campus in Washington, DC her freshman year, she meets and falls in love with Wes Carter, a former Army Sergeant. Hope's ambition is equaled only to Wes' and the relationship is doomed. Later, when she gets the coveted White House intern position, she meets the political insider Trent Williams. After a brief courtship, Hope marries Trent in a lavish ceremony in St. Croix. All of Contentment attend the wedding and cheer their beloved daughter. Hope is not aware that on the surface Trent appears to be a successful attorney and political advisor to Washington's elite, but underneath he is a functional manic depressive with dark secrets from his childhood. It is not long before Trent's deteriorating mental condition endangers her life and she becomes a victim of his psychotic, violent episodes. Hope has a choice to make. She can choose to seek help or continue the charade in order to prevent a public relations nightmare and jeopardize her political career. Her choice will forever change her life and the lives of the people around her. Tithe of Blood is written with bluntness as it follows the timely political and emotional journey of Hope Caryn Taylor.

You Mean I Don’t Have to Tithe?

You Mean I Don’t Have to Tithe? ebook ISBN: 1498271553
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Author: David A. Croteau
Number of Pages: 396 
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Tithing is a well-known church practice in our day and age, but do church-goers really practice it? When did the concept of tithing begin? How is it justified? What does the Bible say about it? You Mean I Don't Have to Tithe? is a detailed study on the controversial topic of tithing, covering over 2,000 years of well-known theologians regarding this topic. Dr. Croteau's intense tithing investigation will enable you to explore tithing and related topics in-depth, expounding many misconceptions of tithing as well as aiding in a correct understanding of this popular topic.

Turkish Language, Literature, and History

Turkish Language, Literature, and History ebook ISBN: 1317612949
Publisher: Routledge
Author: Bill Hickman,Gary Leiser
Number of Pages: 366 
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The twenty two essays collected in Turkish Language, Literature and History offer insights into Turkish culture in the widest sense. Written by leaders in their fields from North America, Europe and Turkey, these essays cover a broad range of topics, focusing on various aspects of Turkish language, literature and history between the eighth century and the present. The chapters move between ancient and contemporary literature, exploring Sultan Selim’s interest in dream interpretation, translating newly uncovered poetry and exploring the works of Orhan Pamuk. Linguistic complexities of the Turkish language and dialects are analysed, while new translations of 16th century decrees offer insight into Ottoman justice and power. This is a festschrift volume published for the leading scholar Bob Dankoff, and the diverse topics covered in these essays reflect Dankoff’s valuable contributions to the study of Turkish language and literature. This cross-disciplinary book offers contributions from academics specialising in linguistics, history, literature and sociology, amongst others. As such, it is of key interest to scholars working in a variety of disciplines, with a focus on Turkish Studies.

Blood Dolls

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Publisher: Violent Siren Press
Author: Angela Roquet
Number of Pages: 260 
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Jenna thought becoming a Blood Vice agent would solve all her problems, but now she’s sworn to solve House Lilith’s problems, too. And there’s no shortage of trouble when dealing with the most regal vampire family in the United States. The duke’s first assignment for Jenna and company is to locate Ursula, the estranged Duchess of House Lilith suspected of murdering her sire. It’s a tall order—a wild bat chase, some might say—and the long hours with half-sired agent Roman Knight soon drive Jenna to distraction, and possible destruction. Lusting after another vampire's pending scion is a dangerous game, one with legal ramifications in Jenna’s brave new underworld.

Blood Trail (Blood Vice Books 4-6)

Blood Trail (Blood Vice Books 4-6) ebook ISBN:
Publisher: Violent Siren Press
Author: Angela Roquet
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Boxset #2 of the Blood Vice Series by USA Today Bestselling Author Angela Roquet. This ebook bundle includes books 4-6 in the Blood Vice Series: Blood Dolls, Thicker Than Blood, and Blood, Sweat, and Tears. Jenna thought becoming a Blood Vice agent would solve all her problems, but now she's sworn to solve House Lilith's problems, too. And there's no shortage of trouble when dealing with the most regal vampire family in the United States. The duke's first assignment for Jenna and company is to locate Ursula, the estranged Duchess of House Lilith suspected of murdering her sire. It's a tall order—a wild bat chase, some might say—and the long hours with half-sired agent Roman Knight soon drive Jenna to distraction, and possible destruction. Lusting after another vampire's pending scion is a dangerous game, one with legal ramifications in Jenna's brave new underworld.

Slither

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Publisher: Hargrove Perth
Author: Hargrove Perth
Number of Pages: 263 
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The vaccine was supposed to change the world, offer vampires a way to exist alongside humans without deadly consequences. Unfortunately, a vaccine doesn't mean all the fangers behave themselves. That reason alone is why Gunnar's reputation precedes her. If Gunnar Kyle is assigned a case file, there's only one possible outcome. She's known in the fanger community, and inside the hunter community, for having the most kills, the most extractions, and as the most ruthless hunter ever employed during the vampire outbreak that swept across America and Europe. Bitten by an unclassifiable creature during the outbreak in Manhattan, Gunnar is becoming something the abnatural world hasn't seen. Now stationed in London, where headquarters can keep a close eye on Gunnar for their own dubious reasons, she's attempting to understand the lingering effects of that single bite that changed her entire life. When 6 fangers are found murdered, their eyes burnt out by a deadly venom and with their hearts missing, the VAC assigns the case to Gunnar. The killer is slowly moving its way through the Districts, working toward the VAC sanctioned apartment building that houses not only Gunnar but also other hunters and members of the Vampire Area Council. Gunnar turns to the only fanger she trusts, the sexy and deadly Algernon Vale to help her. Their relationship is not VAC sanctioned as is protocol, but Gunnar's never been much for following the rules. She wants answers and knows Algernon is the only one who can help her, but fearing the danger Algernon faces as the creature starts invading her mind, Gunnar turns to the Fae for answers, hoping they can give some insight, and willingly signs a blood tithe - a contract that can only be broken by death. As the unknown power of the creature that bit Gunnar begins to manifest, it leaves her with few options for surviving... the Slither. Book Goddess Reviews -Gunnar Kyle is tough as nails, sexy, and an executioner inside the VAC (Vampire Area Council) that hunts down rogue vampires and other abnaturals. Slither is the first book that tells her story inside the Blood Tithe Series, and it's a kick in the pants ride you won't want to miss.

Histoire

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The Persian Night

The Persian Night ebook ISBN: 1594035520
Publisher: Encounter Books
Author: Amir Taheri
Number of Pages: 424 
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Who really rules Iran today? Are the men in official positions merely puppets activated by hidden hands? How are decisions made in a system that appears so chaotic at first glance? Is the current political structure doomed to conflict? These are some of the questions that Amir Taheri addresses in this riveting and timely book. An anatomy of one of the most secretive regimes in the contemporary world, The Persian Night traces the historical, religious, cultural, and political roots of the Khomeinist revolution and analyzes the way it has grown into a pseudo-religious ideology over the past three decades. Taheri dissects a regime that has hijacked a nation of seventy million people and mobilized its resources for global “holy war” against the United States and its allies. From Khomeini’s “divine mission” to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s messianic campaign in the name of the “Hidden Imam,” Iran is on a trajectory towards war. The Persian Night looks into the actual links between the Islamic Republic and terrorist networks including al-Qaeda and Hezballah; the reality of the Iranian nuclear program; the Islamic Republic’s war-making capabilities and strategies; and the origins of the three Khomeinist phobias—women, Jews, and the United States. But as Taheri demonstrates, Khomeinism is not Iran. Today there are two competing Irans: the one manifested in the negative Khomeinist energies that have dragged the nation into its dark night; the other drawing from the long and celebrated history of Persian culture while extending a friendly hand to the West. Successive U.S. administrations, along with most European governments, have failed to understand the reality of the Khomeinist regime and at times have even aided its pursuit of weapons of mass destruction, including a nuclear arsenal. Taheri provides a set of imaginative suggestions for more effective ways of dealing with Iran.

The Long Night

The Long Night ebook ISBN: 9781565045095
Publisher: White Wolf Pub
Author: Jason Carl,Richard E. Dansky,David Perry
Number of Pages: 190 
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Live action in the nights before the Masquerade. The Long Night takes you into the Dark Medieval world and turns you loose on the stage of your imagination. With information on the clans and bloodlines of Vampire: The Dark Ages, this is the essential resource for Mind's Eye Theatre players and Storytellers who want to rise to the Long Night.

The Tithe in Scripture

The Tithe in Scripture ebook ISBN: 5876743712
Publisher: Рипол Классик
Author: Henry Lansdell
Number of Pages: 156 
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Tithing?

Tithing? ebook ISBN: 1481787691
Publisher: Author House
Author: Oluwatoyin Oyewole
Number of Pages: 76 
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Unveiling the Freedom of the Gentiles, (now the Church). Inside this timely book, you will discover your full potential for freedom in Jesus Christ, you will discover the whole truth about controversial issue of tithing and you will come to the full knowledge of what God says about; tithe blessing and Abraham's blessing. I also unveil Gods intention of providing for his servants and the church in the New Testament. You will come to the knowing that your walk with God and your blessing and receiving from Him is not conditioned to your state of tithing. Therefore my aim of exploring this subject is to bring the church into the knowledge of truth and freedom in the area of tithing in which we have been encroached. It is for freedom Christ has come to set us free.

Traditions of the Rabbis from the Era of the New Testament, Volume I

Traditions of the Rabbis from the Era of the New Testament, Volume I ebook ISBN: 9780802847621
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Author: David Instone-Brewer
Number of Pages: 482 
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Hidden Evidence takes you to the scenes of 40 infamous crimes and into the heart of the forensic investigations. These are the true crime shockers that have grabbed headlines and aroused public passions. David Owen explains the scientific procedures that helped crack every one of these cases -- from the gathering of elusive physical clues to the examination of weapons and bodies, to the use of sophisticated scientific analysis. Threaded throughout the book is the history of forensic science and the technologies that support it, including: fingerprinting, autopsies, handwriting analysis, ballistics, hair sampling, blood typing, DNA testing, dental records, gas chromatography, mass spectrometry, compound and electron microscopes, and toxicology. The high-profile cases David Owen used to illustrate forensic developments are from as early as 1775, when Paul Revere used dentures to identify a slain soldier, to the latest developments in the Oklahoma bombing. Most will be familiar to readers, such as: The Lindbergh Kidnapping, Pan Am Flight 103, The Kennedy Investigation, The Hitler Diaries, Wayne Williams, Ted Bundy, Jeffrey MacDonald, Dr. Josef Mengele, Robert Maxwell's suicide, Tsar Nicholas II, and The World Trade Center bombing. David Owen presents the facts, steering clear of speculation. Comprehensive in scope, thoroughly researched and expertly compiled, Hidden Evidence is, in the words of former Los Angeles County Coroner Thomas T. Noguchi, "a fascinating book ... [and] an excellent mini-encyclopedia of widely discussed, high-profile cases."