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Blue Blooded

Blue Blooded ebook ISBN: 1944431004
Publisher: Amanda Carlson, Inc.
Author: Amanda Carlson
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Fight to win. Jessica McClain is on the hunt for her destiny. She arrives in Baltimore to find that her quest has reached a dead end and only a note remains. Forced to do as it says, or die, Jessica and her crew must head overseas. They arrive to discover Julian de Rossi, the Mediterranean Pack Alpha, is double dealing with a powerful goddess and Tally is still missing. With help from a divine source, they engage in an all out war—one that must end in a sacrifice. But is Jessica ready to pay the ultimate price?

Blue-Blooded Cavalryman

Blue-Blooded Cavalryman ebook ISBN: 9781606353721
Publisher: Kent State University Press
Author: J. Gregory Acken
Number of Pages: 352 
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An intimate look into the daily life of a cavalry officer serving with the Army of the Potomac In May 1863, eighteen-year-old William Brooke Rawle graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and traded a genteel, cultured life of privilege for service as a cavalry officer. Traveling from his home in Philadelphia to Virginia, he joined the Third Pennsylvania Cavalry and soon found himself in command of a company of veterans of two years' service, some of whom were more than twice his age. Within eight weeks, he had participated in two of the largest cavalry battles of the war at Brandy Station and Gettysburg. Brooke Rawle and the Third Pennsylvania Cavalry would serve with the Cavalry Corps of the Army of the Potomac through April 1864, fighting partisans and guerillas in Northern Virginia and also seeing action during the Bristoe Station and Mine Run battles of late 1863. A meticulous diarist and letter writer, Brooke Rawle documented nearly everything that came under his observant eye in 150 well-written letters home to his family. These letters, supplemented by his diary entries, provide a fascinating, richly detailed look into the life of a regimental cavalry officer during the last two years of the Civil War in the East.

Blue-Blooded Vamp

Blue-Blooded Vamp ebook ISBN: 0748129979
Publisher: Hachette UK
Author: Jaye Wells
Number of Pages: 400 
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Sabina Kane is on the hunt. Her prey is Cain, father of the vampire race and the madman whose obsession with the goddess Lilith fuels his murderous plots. Armed with the name of a sect of dark historians who know the location of Cain's lair, Sabina sets out for Italy. But she finds much more than she bargained for when the leader of the sect turns out to be someone who shouldn't be alive, much less leading a band of militant academics. But she doesn't have time for shock or arguing with her obstinate ally, because it's going to take every weapon - both mundane and magical - to win the fight of her life.

Blue Blooded Tribesman

Blue Blooded Tribesman ebook ISBN: 1482855283
Publisher: Partridge Publishing Singapore
Author: A. T. AlHooti
Number of Pages: 102 
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The Arabs have many prominent traits that render them immune to many facets of life that are negative. This story runs around Sheikh Sultan who comes from Najran; a beautiful city in the middle of Arabia. He conjures about dreams and develops ideas and travels around the world to quench his insatiable appetite for travel.

Blue Blooded

Blue Blooded ebook ISBN: 9783899556469
Publisher: Gestalten
Author: Thomas Stege Bojer,Josh Sims,Robert Klanten
Number of Pages: 256 
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No other garment has the iconic status of jeans. Almost everyone has at least one pair in their closet, and many can even remember the first ones they wore. Jeans are never out of fashion, and they will continue to outlive other sartorial trends for the foreseeable future. A contemporary overview of our favorite article of clothing, 'Indigo' introduces traditional brands as well as designers who are stirring up the industry. It explores styles and cuts and provides answers to questions including where jeans originated, what a selvage is, and how raw denim should be washed. The book covers the topic of jeans in its entirety -from their rivets to their various washes and from their cultural history to a recommended selection of stores where they can be bought.0.

Blue Blooded

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Author: Emma Jameson
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Kentucky Blue Bloods

Kentucky Blue Bloods ebook ISBN: 0997192062
Publisher: Saddle Horse Press
Author: Jan Scarbrough
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Regina Ward, granddaughter of Corbin Ward, breeder of multiple stakes winners, had blood as blue as anyone in Kentucky. But what her grandfather had built, her father had gambled away. He’d already lost four prized horses to an arrogant, infuriating Brit. Reggie isn’t about to lose her heart to him as well. Caretaker to his family’s thoroughbred racing empire, Parker Stuart has zero tolerance for anyone who slights him or his blue-blooded British family. Reggie may have considered their brief, torrid affair no more than a spring fling, but she’d run off with Parker’s heart when she’d dumped him. Now it’s time to settle the score. It’s up to Reggie to save what’s left of her family homestead and her proud Kentucky heritage. But when Parker shows up to collect his horses, all bets are off. Reggie’s never been a gambler and Parker despises losing. But when Kentucky blue blood tangles with British blue blood, are they willing to take a gamble on love? Bluegrass Reunion Series: contemporary romances about second chances set in the Bluegrass of Kentucky that can be read as standalone novels with happily ever after endings and no cliffhangers.

Blue Blood

Blue Blood ebook ISBN: 1446489442
Publisher: Random House
Author: Edward Conlon
Number of Pages: 576 
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'Superb. The most stunning memoir ever written about the cop world' Joseph Wambaugh 'Beautiful and inspiring, terrifying and heartbreaking' James Frey 'More chilling than even the most realistic cop dramas on TV' People 'A great book...with the testimonial force equal to that of Michael Herr's Dispatches' Time Blue Blood is the fast-paced, insider story of Edward Conlon's career in the New York Police Department. Conlon tells of his first days as a rookie, walking a beat in the south Bronx through his time in narcotics and his ascent to gold shield detective. Conlon is the product of generations involved in law enforcement, good cops and bad, and he paints a vivid portrait of the teeming street life of the city, in all its horror and splendour. It's all here: adrenaline-fuelled chases, toxic police politics, crackhead informants and police camaraderie. The pace is relentless, the stories hypnotic, the scope nothing less than monumental.

Claret and Blue Blood

Claret and Blue Blood ebook ISBN: 1780577648
Publisher: Random House
Author: Ben Sharratt,Kirk Blows
Number of Pages: 256 
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From the World Cup-winning days of Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters to highly acclaimed modern-day heroes such as Joe Cole, Michael Carrick and Jermain Defoe, West Ham United supporters have always had the greatest affection for homegrown Hammers. Since the 1960s, talents such as Trevor Brooking, Tony Cottee, Paul Ince and Rio Ferdinand (who has twice hit the headlines as the world's most expensive defender following his move to Leeds and Manchester United) have been nurtured and brought through the club's ranks, ensuring the Hammers can rightly lay claim to having one of the country's most fruitful youth policies. In this revised and fully updated paperback edition, Claret and Blue Blood brings together all these characters and others for the very first time, including new chapters on Anton Ferdinand, Stephen Bywater and Kevin Horlock. Using exclusive new interviews, the authors present biographical pieces that collectively tell the story of West Ham United's evolution over the last half-century. Focusing on each player's roots, development and personal achievements, Claret and Blue Blood is a unique book that features key characters, candid conversations, successes, failures and controversies as it explores the very essence of West Ham United.

Blue Blooded

Blue Blooded ebook ISBN: 9781093507393
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Author: Kayla Michelle
Number of Pages: 170 
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They come in the night, when the moonlight has long gone and the fog rolls in, trickling its way through your bedroom window. They want to take, to kill-- to feed. Blue Graves is a Slayer, a legacy created from one of the most prominent bloodlines in the world. When tragedy struck all those years ago, she found herself exiled in a world of monsters with nobody to turn to except for her sister Harlow. The years have pushed her to be the best hunter there ever was, and when a pardon arrives, inviting Blue to attend the prestigious Arcane Academy, she jumps at the chance to regain the family honor her parents threw away. Behind the gates of Arcane, Blue is forced to face the world she left behind and judged for crimes she did not commit. Three alluring guys vie for her attention and for her shattered heart while an old friend suffers in the face of Blues return. Her world is changing once again, and when a horde of Vampires threaten the last remaining family member she has left, Blue must risk it all, even if it puts everyone she loves in grave danger. Disclaimer-- This is a RH title in which one woman has multiple love interests. 18+ due to violence, strong language and sexual situations. Reviews are appreciated and encouraged

Blue Blood

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Author: Pamela Thomas-Graham
Number of Pages: 285 
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Harvard professor Nikki Chase comforts the husband of a murdered academic, but when he becomes the prime suspect, Nikki has to put on her detective hat to uncover the deadly secrets of the true killer

Blue Blood Will Out

Blue Blood Will Out ebook ISBN: 1786698722
Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd
Author: Tim Heald
Number of Pages: 130 
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As real estate moguls slice and dice the great properties of the English countryside, the rambling grounds of Abney House are kept intact by being turned into a sort of theme park of the aristocracy for the public – complete with cafeteria, sailing museum, and safari-themed shooting gallery. But the theme isn’t complete until a visiting earl is felled by a sniper’s bullet, giving Abney House what every manor needs: a blue-blooded murder. Normally this killing would not fall under the jurisdiction of Board of Trade investigator Simon Bognor, but the downed earl was tied up in a top-secret international exchange, and the killing may have had a political motive. As Bognor settles into life at the old estate, he is forced to decide which will be more dangerous: the sharpshooting assassin, or the tedious aristocratic company.

Judy

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Blue Blood

Blue Blood ebook ISBN: 9780734406354
Publisher: Lothian Children\'s Books
Author: Ken Catran
Number of Pages: 205 
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Sheril thought Mike Connors was dead and that was the end of the Blue killings. But then there's another murder. Then another... Suggested level: secondary.

Blue Blood

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Author: Demetrio Aguilera Malta,Willis Knapp Jones
Number of Pages: 53 
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Selected Stories from the Southern Review

Selected Stories from the Southern Review ebook ISBN: 9780807114902
Publisher: LSU Press
Author: Lewis P. Simpson,Donald E. Stanford,James Olney,Jo Gulledge
Number of Pages: 374 
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In the twenty years of its existence, the second series of the Southern Review continued the editorial orientation of the first series by presenting a range of regional and cosmopolitan works of fiction. This anthology is a collection of twenty-five short stories from the nearly three hundred published in the journal between 1965 and 1985. The editors have sought to illustrate the diversity of subject matter and the tremendous range of tone, voice, and technique that have characterized short fiction in the Southern Review. Although many of the contributors to Selected Stories from the “Southern Review” are southern, the collection also includes national and international, new and established writers. The focus of the anthology is on literary merit rather than regional considerations. “Abroad” by Nadine Gordimer, which depicts the experiences of a white South African visiting his son in Zimbabwe, is in the collection, along with John William Corrington’s “Pleadings,” the powerful account of an incident in the life of a south Louisiana attorney. Mary Lavin’s “The Face of Hate” addresses life amidst the conflict in Northern Ireland, and Elizabeth Spencer’s “The Cousins” explores the entanglements and coming of age of five young adults on a European vacation. Joyce Carol Oates’s “Détente” interweaves the personal and political aspects of a Soviet-American literary conference, and Robb Forman Dew follows the adventures of two naive Natchez girls in New Orleans in “Two Girls Wearing Perfume in the Summer.” From Louis D. Rubin’s tentative young newspaperman in “The St. Anthony Chorale” to William Mills’s sure-footed X-ray technician in “Sweet Tickfaw Run Softly, Till I End My Song,” from Rita Dove’s compelling “Secondhand Man” to John E. Wildeman’s Satirical “Surfiction”—these are characters and stories from the new series of the Southern Review which offer resounding proof that the brilliant publishing tradition originating with Cleanth Brooks and Robert Penn Warren has been preserved by a magazine that still maintains its national literary reputation.

Curious Tales from Chemistry

Curious Tales from Chemistry ebook ISBN: 0191637068
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Author: Lars Öhrström
Number of Pages: 272 
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This is a book about discovery and disaster, exploitation and invention, warfare and science - and the relationship between human beings and the chemical elements that make up our planet. Lars Ohrstrom introduces us to a variety of elements from S to Pb through tales of ordinary and extraordinary people from around the globe. We meet African dictators controlling vital supplies of uranium; eighteenth-century explorers searching out sources of precious metals; industrial spies stealing the secrets of steel-making. We find out why the Hindenburg airship was tragically filled with hydrogen, not helium; why nail-varnish remover played a key part in World War I; and the real story behind the legend of tin buttons and the downfall of Napoleon. In each chapter, we find out about the distinctive properties of each element and the concepts and principles that have enabled scientists to put it to practical use. These are the fascinating (and sometimes terrifying) stories of chemistry in action.