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Mad Blue Smoke

Mad Blue Smoke ebook ISBN: 0980412005
Publisher: Pasini Press Pty Ltd
Author: N.A
Number of Pages: 151 
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Blue Smoke Memoir

Blue Smoke Memoir ebook ISBN: 9780615274218
Publisher: Debra Shah
Author: Debra Shah
Number of Pages: 192 
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Blue Smoke Memoir is the compelling story of a young woman and her involvement with a company that has made her life difficult. As Alexandria Dupri prepares to leave the company, she becomes involved in a very unexpected situation.

Spies in the Blue Smoke

Spies in the Blue Smoke ebook ISBN: 9780826208231
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
Author: G. W. Hawkes
Number of Pages: 140 
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Thirteen stories deal with individuals confronted by fear, desire, racism, UFOs, and apocalyptic symbols in their private search for meaning

Blue Smoke

Blue Smoke ebook ISBN: 177558027X
Publisher: Auckland University Press
Author: Chris Bourke
Number of Pages: 384 
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Bringing to life the musical worlds of New Zealanders both at home and out on the town, this history chronicles the evolution of popular music in New Zealand during the 20th century. From the kiwi concert parties during World War I and the arrival of jazz to the rise of swing, country, the Hawaiian sound, and then rock’n’roll, this musical investigation brings to life the people, places, and sounds of a world that has disappeared and uncovers how music from the rest of the world was shaped by Maori and Pakeha New Zealanders into a melody, rhythm, and voice that made sense on these islands.

Blue Smoke

Blue Smoke ebook ISBN: 9780399153068
Publisher: Penguin
Author: Nora Roberts
Number of Pages: 437 
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Pursuing a career as an arson unit investigator after a fire destroys her family's pizzeria, Reena Hale embarks on a relationship with Bo Goodnight and finds herself targeted by a ruthless arsonist who taunts her with threatening phone calls and a string of violent crimes. By the author of Northern Lights. 750,000 first printing. Lit Guild & Doubleday Main.

Blue Smoke

Blue Smoke ebook ISBN: 1743097301
Publisher: HarperCollins Australia
Author: Deborah Challinor
Number of Pages: 448 
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In her bestselling historical romances Tamar and White Feathers, Deborah Challinor introduced feisty Tamar Deane, the Cornish seamstress who became the owner of Auckland's most successful brothel, and whose scandalous affair with Kepa, handsome son of a rangatira, resulted in the birth of her illegitimate son, Joseph. White Feathers, which continued the story of Tamar and her children against the backdrop of the First World War, ended with the death of her beloved husband Andrew. In her bestselling historical romances tamar and White Feathers, Deborah Challinor introduced feisty tamar Deane, the Cornish seamstress who became the owner of Auckland's most successful brothel, and whose scandalous affair with Kepa, handsome son of a rangatira, resulted in the birth of her illegitimate son, Joseph. White Feathers, which continued the story of tamar and her children against the backdrop of the First World War, ended with the death of her beloved husband Andrew. In the third and concluding volume of the tamar trilogy, tamar is now a wealthy widow with an extensive and prosperous estate in the Hawke's Bay, with her children settling into their own relationships, some more happily than others. In the years leading up to and including World War two, tamar struggles to lead her growing family through the economic slump that became the Great Depression. the resulting years of social upheaval, including violent strikes, hunger marches and the Napier Earthquake, leave none of them untouched. When a riding accident almost ends her life, tamar is forced to draw on her iron will to survive. Left with a permanent limp and a growing awareness of her own mortality, she is forced into ruthless decisions to protect her family and Andrew's dearly loved Kenmore. At the same time, her son James' racist disapproval of her relationship with Kepa and growing flirtation with fascism tests her to the core. the war wreaks havoc on the extended Murdoch family, and through the eyes of tamar's grandchildren, we see its awful effect on a generation facing the enemy in both Europe and the Pacific. At the same time, battles are also being fought on the homefront, which don't end when peace finally prevails. In a powerful and wide-reaching conclusion to this compelling family saga, Deborah Challinor explores the effects of war on three generations of a passionate and fiery New Zealand family

Blue Smoke

Blue Smoke ebook ISBN: 9780974385693
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Author: Sheila Windsor,Larry Kimmel
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A collaborative book of 100 cherita poems by Sheila Windsor and Larry Kimmel

Blue Smoke

Blue Smoke ebook ISBN: 9780807138090
Publisher: LSU Press
Author: Roger House
Number of Pages: 272 
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A contemporary of blues greats Blind Blake, Tampa Red, and Papa Charlie Jackson, Chicago blues artist William "Big Bill" Broonzy influenced an array of postwar musicians, including Muddy Waters, Memphis Slim, and J. B. Lenoir. In Blue Smoke, Roger House tells the extraordinary story of "Big Bill," a working-class bluesman whose circumstances offer a window into the dramatic social transformations faced by African Americans during the first half of the twentieth century. One in a family of twenty-one children and reared by sharecropper parents in Mississippi, Broonzy seemed destined to stay on the land. He moved to Arkansas to work as a sharecropper, preacher, and fiddle player, but the army drafted him during World War I. After his service abroad, Broonzy, like thousands of other black soldiers, returned to the racism and bleak economic prospects of the Jim Crow South and chose to move North to seek new opportunities. After learning to play the guitar, he performed at neighborhood parties in Chicago and in 1927 attracted the attention of Paramount Records, which released his first single, "House Rent Stomp," backed by "Big Bill's Blues." Over the following decades, Broonzy toured the United States and Europe. He released dozens of records but was never quite successful enough to give up working as a manual laborer. Many of his songs reflect this experience as a blue-collar worker, articulating the struggles, determination, and optimism of the urban black working class. Before his death in 1958, Broonzy finally achieved crossover success as a key player in the folk revival movement led by Pete Seeger and Alan Lomax, and as a blues ambassador to British musicians such as Lonnie Donegan and Eric Clapton. Weaving Broonzy's recordings, writings, and interviews into a compelling narrative of his life, Blue Smoke offers a comprehensive portrait of an artist recognized today as one of the most prolific and influential working-class blues musicians of the era.

In a Blue Smoke

In a Blue Smoke ebook ISBN:
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Author: James Liddy
Number of Pages: 40 
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Thin Blue Smoke

Thin Blue Smoke ebook ISBN: 1942280157
Publisher: Conundrum Press
Author: Doug Worgul
Number of Pages: 460 
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This title is an epic American redemption tale about love and loss, hope and despair, God and whiskey, barbecue and the blues. LaVerne Williams is a ruined ex-big league ballplayer, an ex-felon with an attitude problem, and the owner of a barbecue joint he has to run. Ferguson Glen is an Episcopal priest, a fading literary star with a drinking problem, and a past he is running from. A.B. Clayton and Sammy Merzeti are two lost souls in need of love, understanding, and another cigarette. Hilarious and heart-rending, sacred and profane, this book marks the emergence of a vital new voice in American fiction.

Blue Smoke and Murder LP

Blue Smoke and Murder LP ebook ISBN: 0061562629
Publisher: Harper Collins
Author: Elizabeth Lowell
Number of Pages: 560 
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Jill Breck was just doing her job as a river guide when she saved the life of Lane Faroe, son of two of St. Kilda Consulting's premier operators. But when a string of ominous events—including a mysterious fire that kills her great-aunt and a furor in the Western art world raised by a dozen Breck family paintings—culminates in a threat to her life, Jill reluctantly calls in a favor. Zach Balfour works part-time as a consultant for St. Kilda. His expertise is gathering and analyzing information from unlikely and often dangerous sources. Though he's got the skills to be a highly effective bodyguard, being a bullet catcher isn't his preferred way to spend time. Protecting Jill will take him into familiar territory—among a strange, savagely competitive bunch of collectors who'll do anything to stay at the top. But Jill is in deeper waters than she's ever known; as she soon discovers, the perils of running wild rivers are tame compared with the hidden dangers in the high-stakes game of art collecting. From the cozy rooms of the Breck homestead cabin to the cold multimillion-dollar galleries of the Western art circuit, Zach and Jill must race against time to unmask a ruthless killer hidden in a blue smoke of money, threats, lies, and death. . . .

Blue Smoke & Mirrors

Blue Smoke & Mirrors ebook ISBN:
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Author: Arnold M. Ludwig (Freelance journalist)
Number of Pages: 441 
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Blue Smoke

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Author: Karle Wilson Baker
Number of Pages: 116 
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Book of Shadows - Blue Smoke

Book of Shadows - Blue Smoke ebook ISBN: 9781989620816
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Author: Morningstar Press
Number of Pages: 262 
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This notebook is for those among us who are looking for something a little odd. Meant for witches, ghost hunters, and anyone else who has a love for the supernatural, this notebook is sure to please the dark soul. Notebook is 6 x 9 inches and features a glossy cover, while the inside pages are lined and ready for whatever needs to be recorded. Specifications: 6 x 9 inches Glossy paperback cover 260 lined pages 55# (90 GSM) white paper

Handbook of Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen Sedation

Handbook of Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen Sedation ebook ISBN: 0323048277
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Author: Morris S. Clark,Ann L. Brunick
Number of Pages: 235 
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This unique chairside handbook is the only product of its kind focused specifically on nitrous oxide and oxygen sedation. Handbook of Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen Sedation, 4th Edition takes a need-to-know approach, featuring a user-friendly outline format that is easy to digest along, with summary tables and boxes, helpful icons, clear illustrations, and step-by-step techniques with photos. Now in full color, this portable text is ideal in educational and clinical settings. Comprehensive coverage with the convenience and portability of a handbook equips a dental team member with all the background, technique, recovery, and additional information necessary to administer and monitor N2O/O2 sedation. Easy-to-use presentation utilizes a standard outline style that facilitates knowledge acquisition and provides a quick reference for consultation or chairside reference. Step-by-step techniques equip you with detailed guidance on how to best perform techniques to gain confidence and easily review procedures. FAQs supplied in an entire chapter devoted to commonly asked questions and answers regarding N2O/O2 sedation offers an excellent resource for patient education. Reference tables and boxes offer easy-to-read summaries of text discussions that support visual learners and serve as useful review and study tools. Expert multidisciplinary author team encompasses a breadth of experience in practice and a passion for education, ensuring that you are learning the best content from the best teachers. NEW! Chapter focuses on the types supply systems and equipment necessary to deliver N2O/O2 sedation. NEW! Coverage of the latest in N2O/O2 sedation, including the hazard communication standard, ensures that you are up to date on current issues, techniques, and equipment NEW! Full-color presentation improves clarity and comprehension of content, specifically the color-coding system for gases. NEW! Artwork, including color photos and illustrations, highlights the latest equipment and also enhances the learning experience and appeal for visual learners. NEW! End-of-chapter review questions and answers support the educational needs of students preparing for board and clinical exams.

Blue Smoke and Montana Sky

Blue Smoke and Montana Sky ebook ISBN: 9780349416557
Publisher: Piatkus Books
Author: Nora Roberts
Number of Pages: 976 
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Dictionary of Veterinary Nursing E-Book

Dictionary of Veterinary Nursing E-Book ebook ISBN: 0702037680
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Author: Denis Richard Lane,Sue Guthrie,Sian Griffith
Number of Pages: 316 
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The third edition of this best selling dictionary has been expanded and updated to include new definitions reflecting changes within the veterinary nursing profession, additional illustrations as well as revised appendices. Intended specifically for members of the veterinary nursing profession, all aspects of the curriculum are covered making this a comprehensive quick reference source for nurses working in a busy practice. Provides detailed explanations for nearly 4000 definitions, ensuring that all aspects of the curriculum are covered Useful line diagrams aid learning and understanding Focuses on terms relevant to companion and pet animals – including exotics, terms from the equine field, animal behaviour, etc Appendices provide a quick reference source for frequently needed data Fully updated throughout retaining the focus of defining terms relative to veterinary nursing Inclusion of 2nd colour to enhance user-friendliness and navigability Inclusion of new terms in: equine, animal behaviour, alternative medicine and expand the terms on exotics Inclusion of colour plates showing blood cells Inclusion of new drug names and listing useful websites in the appendices for the most-up-to-date information on this

Scooters

Scooters ebook ISBN: 0972577637
Publisher: Fulcrum Publishing
Author: Colin Shattuck,Eric Peterson
Number of Pages: 144 
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Hop on and take a wild ride into a growing American cultural phenomenon

Shamanism

Shamanism ebook ISBN: 9780415273183
Publisher: Psychology Press
Author: Margaret Stutley
Number of Pages: 134 
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Shamanism is one of the earliest and farthest-reaching magical and religious traditions, vestiges of which still underlie the major religious faiths of the modern world. The function of the shaman is to show his or her people the unseen powers behind the mere appearances of nature, as experienced through intuition, in trance states, or during ecstatic mystical visions. Shamans possess healing powers, communicate with the dead and the world beyond, and influence the weather and movements of hunting animals. The psychological exaltation of shamanism trance states is similar to the ecstasies of Yogis, Christian mystics and dervishes. Shamanism: An Introduction traces the development of shamanism in its many fascinating global manifestations. Looking at shamanic practices from Siberia to China and beyond, it provides an accessible guide to one of the world's most ancient, notorious and frequently misrepresented spiritual traditions. Placing special emphasis on the climate, geographic and cultural pressures under which shanic customs arose and continue to be observed, Margaret Stutley summarizes and clearly explains the logic of a faith whose fantastical elements hold a special place in popular imagination.