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Celinas Tochter

Author: Sandra Brown
Publisher: Blanvalet Taschenbuch Verlag
ISBN: 3641103304
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Alexandra Gaither kehrt nach Jahren als erfolgreiche Anwältin in ihre Heimatstadt zurück, um den Tod ihrer Mutter aufzuklären. Keine einfache Aufgabe: Drei Männer kommen als Täter infrage, und alle drei sind reich, mächtig und überaus charmant. Doch Alexandra riskiert alles, um das Geheimnis zu lüften ...

Erbe Und Schicksal

Author: Jeffrey Archer
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
ISBN: 3641155215
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England 1945: Der Zweite Weltkrieg ist beendet. Harry Clifton, der sich aus den Hafendocks Bristols hochgearbeitet hat, und sein treuer Jugendfreund Giles Barrington, Sprößling der Schifffahrt-Dynastie Barrington, haben überlebt. Endlich hat Harry zu seiner großen Liebe gefunden, zu Giles' Schwester Emma Barrington. Doch ein langer Schatten droht auf die jungen Menschen zu fallen. In einer dramatischen Verhandlung obliegt es dem Haus der Lords festzulegen, wer das Vermögen der Barringtons rechtmäßig erben wird: Harry oder Giles. Harry weiß, dass die Entscheidung seine Verbindung mit Emma für immer zerstören könnte. Für die Familien Clifton und Barrington beginnt eine neue Epoche voller Intrigen und Verrat.

Best Kept Secret

Author: Claude A. Peters
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1420804898
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Night Sounds in the Key of Love is a collection of feelings, experiences, and emotions pertaining to love. The words in this book are to be savored, and shared between lovers, whatever the state of their relationship. A book of this nature must be generalized yet specific, simplistic yet sophisticated in order to appeal to the varied appetites of the many who will read it. Duke Thomas Low seems to have captured that essence in this, his third collection of romantic poetry. You will find yourself caught up in the imagery the author creates with his words and phrases. For example, the poem Umbrella, says simply: "If it rains on your head, you can cover it - If it rains on your heart, I'll cover it for you." And a verse from Imagine, asks you to: "Imagine, if you will, two glasses of wine, a plate of cheese, and conversation spoken in love-soft tones. . ." Whatever your situation at the moment, you should find something within these pages to which you can relate. Love is not always easy or kind. Love is, however, always nearby. Sometimes all you need are the right words to make love a reality in your life. Perhaps those words are waiting in this book.

The Best Kept Secret In Ywam

Author: Steve Witmer
Publisher: Harmon Press
ISBN: 0979907616
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This story chronicles the faith and obedience of Wally and Norma Wenge and the faithfulness of God during the early days of Gleanings for the Hungry. Gleanings, a Ministry of YWAM, provides millions of servings of dehydrated food (fruit, soup mix, etc.) each week! All this nutritious food is shipped overseas, distributed to the hungry poor by missionary and ministry partners. This story was too good not to be shared!

The Working Class Majority

Author: Michael Zweig
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780801487279
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The United States is not a middle class society. Michael Zweig shows that the majority of Americans are actually working class and argues that recognizing this fact is essential if that majority is to achieve political influence and social strength. "Class," Zweig writes, "is primarily a matter of power, not income." He goes beyond old formulations of class to explore ways in which class interacts with race and gender.Defining "working class" as those who have little control over the pace and content of their work and who do not supervise others, Zweig warns that by allowing this class to disappear into categories of middle class or consumers, we also allow those with the dominant power, capitalists, to vanish among the rich. Economic relations then appear as comparisons of income or lifestyle rather than as what they truly are—contests of power, at work and in the larger society.Using personal interviews, solid research, and down-to-earth examples, Zweig looks at a number of important contemporary social problems: the growing inequality of income and wealth, welfare reform, globalization, the role of government, and the family values debate. He shows how, with class in mind, our understanding of these issues undergoes a radical shift.Believing that we must limit the power of capitalists to abuse workers, communities, and the environment, Zweig offers concrete ideas for the creation of a new working class politics in the United States.

Best Kept Secrets

Author: Sandra Brown
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1455546259
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown delivers a thrilling tale about one woman and the crime that turned her life into a hunt for answers . . . Alexandra Gaither is a state prosecutor who has the authority to reopen an unsolved homicide case. Twenty-five years ago Alex's mother was murdered and no one was ever tried for the crime. Now armed with new evidence that could lead to an arrest and a conviction, Alex visits the remote Texas town where her mother died. There she confronts the three powerful men who were with her mother on that fateful night: her former lover, his best friend, and the father figure to them both. Each is charming, each is a suspect, and each has secrets to hide. But not one of them can stop Alex's determined search for the truth. Her relentless investigation creates controversy and excitement in this small community. And as Alex uncovers decades-old intrigues, someone capable of clever lies and remorseless acts decides she must be stopped. Now, with a one-month deadline from the attorney general to either wrap up the case or drop it for good, Alex must work diligently to catch a killer...and find a way to stay alive.

The Best Kept Secret

Author: Les Roberts
Publisher: Gray & Company, Publishers
ISBN: 159851010X
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#10 in a series of 13 Cleveland-based mysteries by Les Roberts. First time in trade paperback. Entire series now back in print, in a uniform edition with new covers. In this book, private detective Milan Jacovich takes the case of a college student falsely accused of rape by campus feminists, angering police and university officials. His investigation raises questions that stir up the real culprit and cast a harsh light on campus political correctness.

The Best Kept Secret

Author: Denise Benoit
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 0813541530
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From lobbyists such as Jack Abramoff, to corporate executives, like Enron's Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling, recent scandals dealing with politics and government have focused only on men at the top. But do these high-profile men accurately represent the gendered make up of corporate-government in the United States? In this first in-depth look at the changing face of corporate lobbying, Denise Benoit shows how women who have historically worked mostly in policy areas relating to "women's issues" such as welfare, family, and health have become increasingly influential as corporate lobbyists, specializing in what used to be considered "masculine" policy, such as taxes and defense. Benoit finds that this new crop of female lobbyists mobilize both masculinity and femininity in ways that create and maintain trusting, open, and strong relations with those in government, and at the same time help corporations to save and earn billions of dollars. While the media focuses on the dubious behaviors of men at the top of business and government, this book shows that female corporate lobbyists are indeed one of the best kept secrets in Washington.