Author: Neschka Angel
Kevin Johnson. Ein Mann mit einer Neigung, die er nicht ausleben kann, bis zu dem Zeitpunkt, als er IHN kennenlernt. Devil Sanchez. Besitzer des Gay-Clubs RED, dominant und in seinem Stolz verletzt. Ein Vertrag, der die beiden für drei Jahre bindet. Die Dominanz eines Masters und die absolute Gehorsamkeit eines Sklaven treffen aufeinander. Kann es Kevin schaffen und Devil für sich gewinnen? Neschka Angel erzielte mit Ihrer Reihe um den Gay-Club "Black" innerhalb eines Jahres drei Erfolgstitel. In "Redline" werden die Ereignisse um den benachbarten Club "Red" beschrieben. Achtung: Mann mit Mann, BDSM, macht süchtig!
Author: James Jones
Publisher: Open Road Media
With “shattering prose,” the New York Times–bestselling author of From Here to Eternity captures the intense combat in the battle of Guadalcanal (San Francisco Chronicle). In August of 1942 the first American marines charged Guadalcanal, igniting a six-month battle for two thousand square miles of jungle and sand. In that gruesome stretch sixty thousand Americans made the jump from boat to beach, and one in nine did not return. James Jones fought in that battle, and The Thin Red Line is his haunting portrait of men and war. The soldiers of C-for-Charlie Company are not cast from the heroic mold. The unit’s captain is too intelligent and sensitive for the job, his first sergeant is half mad, and the enlisted men begin the campaign gripped by cowardice. Jones’s moving portrayal of the Pacific combat experience stands among the great literature of World War II. This ebook features an illustrated biography of James Jones including rare photos from the author’s estate.
Author: Adolph von Lippe
Publisher: B. Jain Publishers
The characteristic symptoms of the most important remedies.An accurate and reliable compilation of the most common remedies.Around 300 remedies are covered.
Bridging the Charles from Alewife to Braintree
Author: Frank Cheney
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
When the Boston Elevated Railway Company broke ground for the Cambridge Subway in May 1909, its intention was to provide the cities of Boston and Cambridge with the finest and most efficient rapid-transit system of the time. Other cities, such as New York and Philadelphia, paid close attention, adopting many of the Cambridge Subway's revolutionary design features. The subway became known as the Red Line and eventually extended from Cambridge across the Charles River through Boston, serving Dorchester, Braintree, and Mattapan. Boston's Red Line: Bridging the Charles from Alewife to Braintree details one of Boston's oldest and busiest subway lines. This nostalgic collection of vintage photographs documents the line's construction and its engineers and leaders, such as Maj. Gen. William A. Bancroft, mayor of Cambridge and president of the Boston Elevated Railway Company. In these pages, watch as crews break ground in Harvard and Andrew Squares and see the 1929 trolleys that replaced Mattapan's commuter train service. Through exciting, historic photographs, Boston's Red Line: Bridging the Charles from Alewife to Braintree tells the fascinating story of how the Crimson City's subway became the modern Red Line, taking passengers beneath the streets of Boston to landmarks such as Harvard Square, Massachusetts General Hospital, historic Park Street, and the Longfellow Bridge.
Stories From The Surgical Life
Author: Richard Karl
Publisher: Temple University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A doctor and teacher takes readers deep into the heart of a modern hospital, from skillful triumph at the surgical table to the tense "morbidity and mortality" meetings where doctors examine their own mistakes.
Author: Sinha Yudhbir
Publisher: B. Jain Publishers
Helps the students and practitioners to pick out the leading symptoms.Mentioned accurately as many symptoms of each medicine as possible.
Author: Walt Gragg
WWIII explodes in this electrifying debut military thriller in the tradition of Red Storm Rising and The Third World War. “Delta-Two, I’ve got tanks through the wire! They’re everywhere!” World War III explodes in seconds when a resurgent Russian Empire launches a deadly armored thrust into the heart of Germany. With a powerful blizzard providing cover, Russian tanks thunder down the autobahns while undercover Spetsnaz teams strike at vulnerable command points. Standing against them are the woefully undermanned American forces. What they lack in numbers they make up for in superior weapons and training. But before the sun rises they are on the run across a smoking battlefield crowded with corpses. Any slim hope for victory rests with one unlikely hero. Army Staff Sergeant George O'Neill, a communications specialist, may be able to reestablish links that have been severed by hostile forces, but that will take time. While he works, it’s up to hundreds of individual American soldiers to hold back the enemy flood. There’s one thing that’s certain. The thin line between victory and defeat is also the red line between life and death. From the Trade Paperback edition.
War, Empire and Visions of Scotland
Author: Stuart Allan,Allan Carswell
The Thin Red Line sowcases war objects and artifacts from many wars that the Highlanders battled in while under British rule. The photographers of these objects are meant for the reader to consider the effects that military service and war had on the Scots. The authors seek to record the truth, rather than glorifying
Because of the hundreds of symptoms of slight practical importance attached to so many remedies and which fill our Materia Medica, the confusion which confronts on in selecting a remedy.
Author: Neschka Angel
Jan Briegel, ein Kind der Straße, kommt nicht von Igor Popow los, denn der sadistische Russe will Jan mit aller Macht besitzen. Andrew Sanchez, ein Master, verliebt sich in Jan und versucht, ihn zu schützen. Als Igor seinen Jungen brutal entführt, macht Andrew sich auf die Jagd nach Igor. Die Spur führt nach Russland ... Eine Geschichte voller Liebe, Vertrauen und Rachsucht und Action. Das Taschenbuch hat 528 Seiten.
Author: David Davies,David Davies, PhD, Cpsych
Category: Performing Arts
The Thin Red Line is the third feature-length film from acclaimed director Terrence Malick, set during the struggle between American and Japanese forces for Guadalcanal in the South Pacific during World War Two. It is a powerful, enigmatic and complex film that raises important philosophical questions, ranging from the existential and phenomenological to the artistic and technical. This is the first collection dedicated to exploring the philosophical aspects of Malick’s film. Opening with a helpful introduction that places the film in context, five essays, four of which were specially commissioned for this collection, go on to examine the following: the exploration of Heideggerian themes – such as being-towards-death and the vulnerability of Dasein’s world – in The Thin Red Line how Malick’s film explores and cinematically expresses the embodied nature of our experience of, and agency in, the world Malick’s use of cinematic techniques, and how the style of his images shapes our affective, emotional, and cognitive responses to the film the role that images of nature play in Malick’s cinema, and his ‘Nietzschean’ conception of human nature. The Thin Red Line is essential reading for students interested in philosophy and film or phenomenology and existentialism. It also provides an accessible and informative insight into philosophy for those in related disciplines such as film studies, literature and religion. Contributors: Simon Critchley, Hubert Dreyfus and Camilo Prince, David Davies, Amy Coplan, Iain Macdonald.
Author: Dennis Redline
Publisher: Xulon Press
Exile! A seemingly meaningless crime can have serious consequences, even in the island kingdom of Caladen, where crime is virtually unknown. The life of eighteen year old Arden is dramatically changed as he must journey to find the King of Kings and seek His judgment. Leaving his parents and Sarah, the girl he loves, Arden must travel across the sea to the "strange lands" only spoken of in stories - where good and evil wage war for the hearts and minds of the people. An evil queen lives there and false prophets preach to the people. However, the Lord Most High has not been forgotten and a great battle that occurred over a thousand years ago still shapes the present. Far away in the land of Jeshuryn is the City of Light, home to the King of Kings. The princess Ariana lives there, unaware that she has a role in this journey. The adventure is not without danger, but Arden finds unexpected help from legends on his journey to find the King of Kings. Journey to the King of Kings Book I: Exile is Dennis Redline's first venture into the Christian fiction arena. A native of Connecticut, he is actively involved in his church and currently working in sound ministry. In 2000 he served as a volunteer in Kentucky for 16 months, and subsequently has been on mission trips to Ukraine, and most recently Honduras. Additionally, he has travelled throughout the United States and explored some of Scotland and London. He has also been involved in inter-denominational teen ministry for many years and has geared this book for teens believing that adults will enjoy it as well. Another passion of his is hiking and for the past several years he has walked many trails with this book on his mind.
Author: Alex Van Tol
Publisher: Orca Book Publishers
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Jenessa joins a group of street racers and engages in self-destructive and dangerous behavior in order to cope with the guilt she feels over the death of her best friend.
The History of a Veterinary and Settlement Border
Author: G. Miescher
Based on archival sources and oral history, this book reconstructs a border-building process in Namibia that spanned more than sixty years. The process commenced with the establishment of a temporary veterinary defence line against rinderpest by the German colonial authorities in the late nineteenth century and ended with the construction of a continuous two-metre-high fence by the South African colonial government sixty years later. This 1250-kilometre fence divides northern from central Namibia even today. The book combines a macro and a micro-perspective and differentiates between cartographic and physical reality. The analysis explores both the colonial state's agency with regard to veterinary and settlement policies and the strategies of Africans and Europeans living close to the border. The analysis also includes the varying perceptions of individuals and populations who lived further north and south of the border and describes their experiences crossing the border as migrant workers, African traders, European settlers and colonial officials. The Red Line's history is understood as a gradual process of segregating livestock and people, and of constructing dichotomies of modern and traditional, healthy and sick, European and African.
Author: Tom Clancy
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
Jack Ryan junior ist von seiner Tätigkeit beim geheim operierenden Nachrichtendienst Campus beurlaubt. Dennoch werden Anschläge auf ihn verübt. Er vermutet, dass sie mit seiner Beziehung zu einer iranischen Geheimdienstagentin zusammenhängen. Allerdings führen ihn seine Untersuchungen auf eine ganz andere Spur. Ein von Leichen gesäumter Weg führt ihn zur Rostock Security Group. Das private Sicherheitsunternehmen hat sich zu einem Global Player entwickelt. Bei Jack Ryan verdichtet sich der Verdacht, dass diese deutsche Firma Terroranschläge fingiert, um die eigene Unverzichtbarkeit zu legitimieren. Auf dem »Sicherheitsmarkt« geht es immerhin um viel Geld, sehr viel Geld. Auf sich allein gestellt, tritt Jack Ryan den Kampf gegen die unrechtmäßige Miliz an. Deren nächstes Terrorziel ist ein Staudamm. Wird er zerstört, sind Tausende vom Tod bedroht.
Author: James Jones
Publisher: S. Fischer Verlag
Nach seinem auch als Film weltberühmt gewordenen Erstling ›Verdammt in alle Ewigkeit‹ und dem Folgeband ›Insel der Verdammten‹ beschließt James Jones mit diesem Roman seine große Trilogie über den Zweiten Weltkrieg. Die Helden kommen zurück. Jones erzählt die Geschichte von vier Männern, Angehörigen einer Infanteriekompanie, die mit der ersten großen Welle der Verwundeten vom Kriegsschauplatz im Südpazifik auf einem Lazarettschiff zurücktransportiert werden. Dabei zeichnet er ein nuancenreiches Porträt der Psyche der heimkehrenden Verwundeten, ihrer inneren Zerrissenheit, ihrer paradoxen Schuldgefühle, ihrer totalen Entfremdung von denen, »die nicht da draußen waren«. (Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine frühere Ausgabe.)