Winter blood

Winter blood Author John Roc
ISBN-10 UOM:39015037836502
Release 1971
Pages 511
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Winter blood has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Winter blood also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Winter blood book for free.

Blood Winter

Blood Winter Author Diana Pharaoh Francis
ISBN-10 9781451613865
Release 2012-12-26
Pages 388
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When Benjamin Sterling, the Leader of the Earth's Last Stand cult whose power comes from a dark and terrible source, sets his sights on Horngate and its magical inhabitants, supernatural warrior Max knowingly walks into a trap to save those she loves. Original. 50,000 first printing.

Blood Winter

Blood Winter Author Bill Smith
ISBN-10 1515163970
Release 2015-07-20
Pages 218
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In seventh century Northumbria life can be short and death can be violent. Raiders from the sea are terrorising villages along the coast and the king is too concerned with politics and war to worry about the welfare of his people. These pirates will take your possessions, your woman and your life. Bryn is a Briton. He is a slave owned by Theomund the head of the Anglo Saxon village of Baringham. When the pirates come they kill Theomund and many other men from the village and they take many of the village women including Ingrid the woman that Bryn loves. Bryn decides that something must be done to rescue Ingrid but he is from the lowest strata of society so who will he find that will help him?

Winter in the Blood

Winter in the Blood Author James Welch
ISBN-10 0143105221
Release 2008
Pages 138
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A thirty-two-year-old Indian living on a reservation in Montana balks at the emptiness and lonely confines of his life.

A Study Guide for James Welch s Winter in the Blood

A Study Guide for James Welch s  Winter in the Blood Author Gale, Cengage Learning
ISBN-10 9781410348449
Release 2016-06-29
Pages 30
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A Study Guide for James Welch's "Winter in the Blood," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Novels for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Novels for Students for all of your research needs.

American Indian Literature

American Indian Literature Author Alan R. Velie
ISBN-10 0806123451
Release 1991
Pages 373
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A collection of Native American literature features myths, tales, songs, memoirs, oratory, poetry, and fiction from the present as well as the past

The Blood Moon of Winter

The Blood Moon of Winter Author Courtney Conant
ISBN-10 9780615439402
Release 2011-01-28
Pages 304
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As the land of Makayra deteriorates, its people seek the help of one that might save them. The only chance of survival is the return of the goddess of the land yet she is nowhere to be found in their world. Through magic and determination, the Prophecy of Resurgence will come to pass. Their search leads them to discover Lilyana, a shy, young woman hiding behind her books to avoid the interactions of daily life. The Makayrans must transcend time and space, to bring forth the goddess hidden within Lily and find a way to return her to their world before it is too late.

Letters in Blood

Letters in Blood Author Gerald Arthur Winter
ISBN-10 9781456805845
Release 2007-10-02
Pages 199
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Tom Larkin paid fifty grand for his brilliant red casket months before they planned a sailor’s funeral for him that night. His coffin cruised at 120 mph with its dash lit like a jet’s cockpit, where the most-important reading to Larkin glowed on his Porsche’s digital clock--4:00 AM. Perhaps it was his darkest moment before dawn, but he had other plans. He drove recklessly, hydroplaning northbound on Manhattan’s flooded FDR Drive through sheets of pouring rain. The drive home took an hour, but, with minimal visibility in a torrential downpour, the flooded Harlem River Drive leading to the George Washington Bridge concealed potholes rattling the fine suspension of his German-made wet dream. Larkin’s greater problem—DWI—was a given they had counted on. Still, they drugged his last sour mash at Rao’s, just to up the prelude’s tempo to an evening dirge. With the bad weather, his inebri- ation, and hallucinations from a subtle drug taking hold of his senses, the distance between Larkin and home lengthened as time became his enemy. Vera, his wife, told him she’d kill him the next time he stumbled in after daybreak. It was no idle threat. He knew she could kill in a crime of passion, especially him. Death lurked at the start and finish of his race homeward, but, with two strikes against him, only he could fathom the third --his bent to self destruction. If all went as planned, Harbor Police would find Tom Larkin dead behind the wheel after hitting the muddy bottom of the East River, or any other river. They just wanted him gone, stateside or overseas, no matter what. Larkin still felt sharp an hour after downing his third double Jack Daniels. In his mind, past, present, and future were clear. Remembering his hat size, Social Security number, and the measurements of a dozen bimbos was no problem. He could read his driver’s license number from three paces, backward, upside down, with either eye or both—without glasses. He’d been sharp for two hours before he started driving, but an hour after his last belt, the one first kicked in with the drugs and compounded his usual buzz. Seeing Vera as more dangerous than the road, he sped recklessly despite the hazardous conditions. He had no idea anyone wanted to kill him for anything other than his flagrant infidelities. To his right, the black depths of the East River was a fatal attraction. He could be a loser on two counts, but there was a third alternative, the loser’s hat trick--call strike-three without a swat to stay alive. His own worst enemy, he knew they might find him dead before dawn on all three counts. “Bastards,” he grumbled, cursing his so called buddies who let him get behind the wheel after he had been pumping drinks for hours. Their names escaped him. So much for clarity. Sharp as a rose thorn? he wondered. My ass. Where were those faceless nonentities? They were friends enough to buy his fourth drink in a dingy saloon, yet, they had turned their backs when he squinted to read the address on his parking stub. Had they callously watched him stumbling to his Porsche trying to get the himself home? So much for twenty-twenty fucking vision, he thought. Vera will kill me if I’m not out of here. What time you got, Pal? I can’t read my damn watch.” His mind and car sped out of control at a mile a minute. The East River beckoned. Who could ever see clearly in a dim twilight between happy hour and an untimely death? He shrugged and imagined seeing his own hands clutching the steering wheel but saw no flesh, only bone. In the rearview mirror, he caught the malicious grins of three Mexican capungos, bandits who’d kill as soon as spit.

Blood on the Snow

Blood on the Snow Author Graydon A. Tunstall
ISBN-10 0700618589
Release 2010
Pages 258
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The first book-length account of one of the least known but most brutal campaigns of World War I, which pitted an ill-prepared and already decimated Austro-Hungarian army--Germany's most important ally--against the entrenched and well-defended army of Czarist Russia during a remarkably fierce winter in the Carpathian Mountains.

Winter s Kiss

Winter s Kiss Author Felicity Heaton
ISBN-10 9781909306233
Release 2014-03-24
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USA Today Best-selling paranormal romance author Felicity Heaton presents Winter’s Kiss (Vampires Realm Romance Series Book 5) Their lord drinks blood and they are dead men walking. The tales of the mansion don’t stop Nika from falling for one of the guards, but when wolves attack her and he rides to her rescue, she discovers that her knight is anything but saintly. He is a vampire and she is becoming a werewolf, and love between their species is forbidden—the penalty death. Winter’s world is shaken beyond salvation and his allegiance to his bloodline tested as he watches the woman he’s fallen for turn into a werewolf. His heart demands vengeance and that he protects her, both from the werewolf now hunting for her and from himself, but she tempts him more than he can bear and it isn't long into their journey before he’s torn between upholding the law and succumbing to desire. Will Nika be able to convince Winter to leave his world and stay with her or will she spend eternity dreaming of Winter's kiss? Books in the Vampires Realm Romance Series Book 1: Prophecy: Child of Light Book 2: Prophecy: Caelestis and Aurorea Book 3: Dark Moon Rising Book 3.1: Spellbound Book 3.5: Reunion Book 4: Seventh Circle Book 5: Winter’s Kiss Book 6: Hunter’s Moon Book 7: Masquerade Book 8: Hunger – Coming May 2014

Achieving Cultural Identity in Winter in the Blood and Ceremony

Achieving Cultural Identity in Winter in the Blood and Ceremony Author Jennifer Kay Davis
ISBN-10 OCLC:35855801
Release 1995
Pages 100
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Achieving Cultural Identity in Winter in the Blood and Ceremony has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Achieving Cultural Identity in Winter in the Blood and Ceremony also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Achieving Cultural Identity in Winter in the Blood and Ceremony book for free.

Mediation in Contemporary Native American Fiction

Mediation in Contemporary Native American Fiction Author James Ruppert
ISBN-10 080612749X
Release 1995
Pages 174
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Mediation is the term James Ruppert uses to describe his important new theory of reading Native American fiction. Focusing on novels of six major contemporary American writers - N. Scott Momaday, James Welch, Leslie Silko, Gerald Vizenor, D'Arcy McNickle, and Louise Erdrich - Ruppert analyzes the ways in which these writers draw upon their bicultural heritage, guiding Native and non-Native readers alike to a different and expanded understanding of each other's worlds. While Native American writers may criticize white society, revealing its past and present injustices, their emphasis, Ruppert argues, is on healing, survival, and continuance. Their fiction aims to produce cross-cultural understanding rather than divisiveness. To that end they articulate the perspectives and values of competing world views. In particular they create characters who manifest what Ruppert calls "multiple identities" - determined by both Native and non-Native perceptions of the self. These writers use a variety of narrative techniques deriving from different cultural traditions. They might incorporate Native oral storytelling techniques, adapting them to written form, or they might reconstruct Native mythologies, investing them with new meaning and relevance by applying them to contemporary situations. As novel-writers, they also include features more characteristic of western European writing - such as the omniscient narrator or the detective-story plot.

Blood And Honey

Blood And Honey Author Graham Hurley
ISBN-10 9781409133513
Release 2010-11-18
Pages 544
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The sixth Joe Faraday novel from a writer at 'the forefront of British crime writing' [INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY] The discovery of a headless corpse on the rocks below the cliffs on the Isle of Wight is only the beginning of a journey for DI Joe Faraday. It's a journey which takes him right to the heart of the grim trade in human cargo from the crippled societies of the Balkans. From cheap labour to prostitution, Portsmouth, like every other city in the UK is home to untold human misery; a black economy built on illegal immigration. Joe Faraday is determined to find the real criminals that lie behind the tabloid hysteria. DC Paul Winter on the other hand is determined only to find a way out of the disciplinary action that threatens his entire career. A burgeoning relationship with a young prostitute isn't exactly helping his cause. And for Winter, it's beginning to look as if time is running out...

Through the Blood Tears

Through the Blood   Tears Author Meghan Winter
ISBN-10 9781412053419
Release 2005
Pages 232
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At the outbreak of the Civil War, Luciana Christian lives in Clarks Glen, South Carolina, with her parents and nine brothers and sisters. Early in the war, though, Luciana is kidnapped by a rogue branch of the Union Army. Forced to live among the people she had always believed to be her enemies, Luciana learns to accept a way of life different from the one she knows. Along with two other prisoners-of-war, Luciana survives savage battles, a thwarted escape attempt, and the realization that the war showed the nation the ugly side of the human soul.

Blood Highway

Blood Highway Author Sheila Johnson
ISBN-10 9780786036233
Release 2008-01-01
Pages 304
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Dead Wrong On January 23, 2000, already battered by an ice storm, the rural Alabama resort town of Mentone was about to be struck by an even more terrifying freak catastrophe. Hurtling down the highway in a Lincoln Town Car was Hayward Bissell, a 400-pound madman on a murder rampage. Ramming the pickup truck of Don and Rhea Pirch, Bissell lured Don Pirch on to the road, running him down with his car. Dead Reckoning Bissell next targeted the home of James and Sue Pumphrey. After stabbing James Pumphrey in the stomach, Bissell was thwarted by two family dogs, who gave their lives to protect their owners. Their sacrifice bought Pumphrey enough time to get a gun and scare off Bissell--who didn't know the weapon was actually inoperable. Dead End When Bissell was finally stopped, police discovered that he wasn't alone. Occupying the passenger seat beside him was the mutilated, partially dismembered body of his pregnant girlfriend, Patricia Ann Booher. In February 2002, Bissell pled "guilty but insane" and was sent to prison for life. Was he really crazy? Or was he crazy like a fox, turning it on and off to try to beat a death sentence for Booher's murder. . . Includes 16 Pages Of Shocking Photos

New England Law Review Volume 48 Number 2 Winter 2014

New England Law Review  Volume 48  Number 2   Winter 2014 Author New England Law Review
ISBN-10 9781610278676
Release 2014-05-18
Pages 198
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The New England Law Review now offers its issues in convenient and modern ebook formats for e-reader devices, apps, pads, smartphones, and computers. This second issue of Volume 48, Winter 2014, contains articles from leading figures of the academy and the legal community. Contents of this issue include: Articles: • Military Justice as Justice: Fitting Confrontation Clause Jurisprudence into Military Commissions, by Christina M. Frohock • Physician Speech and State Control: Furthering Partisan Interests at the Expense of Good Health, by Janet L. Dolgin Notes: • Losing the Quality of Life: The Move Toward Society's Understanding and Acceptance of Physician Aid-in-Dying and the Death with Dignity Act, by Lindsay Reynolds • Public Performance Royalty-Rate Disparity: Should Congress Pamper Pandora's Pandering?, by Robert J. Williams, Jr. Comments: • Diagnosis—Guilty: Commonwealth v. McLaughlin and the Conversion of Hospital Records into Criminal Convictions, by William Brekka • United States v. Nosal and the CFAA: What Does Have to Do with Computer Fraud?, by Keith Richard


Errantry Author Elizabeth Hand
ISBN-10 9781618730312
Release 2012-11-13
Pages 320
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Praise for Elizabeth Hand: "Fiercely frightening yet hauntingly beautiful."—Tess Gerritsen, author of The Silent Girl "A sinful pleasure."—Katherine Dunn, author of Geek Love No one is innocent, no one unexamined in award-winner Elizabeth Hand's new collection. From the summer isles to the mysterious people next door all the way to the odd guy one cubicle over, Hand teases apart the dark strangenesses of everyday life to show us the impossibilities, broken dreams, and improbable dreams that surely can never come true. Elizabeth Hand's novels include Shirley Jackson Award–winner Generation Loss, Mortal Love, and Available Dark.