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Justice Reborn

Author: Olivia Jaymes
Publisher: Blonde Ambition Press
ISBN: 1944490078
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In one instant… Everything in Josie Carlton’s world changed. She’d been living a quiet, unremarkable life and now she’s on the run from bad guys who want her dead and police who want to put her behind bars for a crime she didn’t commit. She needs to find someplace she can lie low and figure out just what she’s going to do. A man figuring out life… Evan Davis has left law enforcement behind and is trying to find a new direction and purpose. In the meantime, he has a pile of work that needs to be done around his old, rundown family home. Hiring a secretive and obviously desperate girl straight off the bus doesn’t seem like a good idea but something in her pained eyes pulls at his heart. She needs someone to help her and it might as well be him. It’s only cleaning a house after all. Until it’s much more. Josie’s been told she can’t trust a single soul but Evan isn’t just anybody. The former US Marshal and small town sheriff isn’t a stranger to sticky situations but she hates to pull him back into the life he happily left. But if she wants to stay alive, she may not have a choice.

Vengeful Justice

Author: Olivia Jaymes
Publisher: Blonde Ambition Press
ISBN: 1944490213
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Cowboy Command was only the beginning… follow along as Olivia Jaymes revisits the first couple of the Cowboy Justice series. Sheriff Seth Reilly and his beautiful wife Presley have a terrific life - two fantastic children, good friends, and lots and lots of love. Of course nothing worthwhile is ever easy and that’s true for them too. Between their busy careers and the needs of their family, it’s hard to find quality time together. More nights than not, there’s a toddler, a snoring dog, and at least two stuffed animals sleeping between them in bed. It’s all pretty boring and routine until the day Seth gets the news that a man he put behind bars has been paroled and is looking for revenge. Seth took what he most loved in the world and now the escapee is going to return the favor. For the second time in her life, someone wants Presley dead and this time the stakes are even higher. Because Presley isn’t just the woman Seth loves, she’s his whole world.

Justice Inked

Author: Olivia Jaymes
Publisher: Blonde Ambition Press
ISBN: 1944490000
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Sheriff Dare Turner is known for his ever-present scowl and general bad mood. Between a teenage sister who thinks she’s all grown up and a killer on the loose he doesn’t have much to smile about these days. He simply doesn’t have time for fun and games. Rayne Dunn is half free spirit and half workaholic. She doesn’t mind the long hours in her tattoo shop creating works of art on skin but sometimes she’d rather be dancing in the rain with someone special. The trouble is she hasn’t had a date in way too long. She needs to change up a few things or she’s going to work herself into an early grave. Every time these two find themselves in a room together they end up arguing. Rayne thinks the sheriff has a big stick up his posterior and Dare thinks the sexy little tattoo artist is too loud and mouthy. It’s best if they stay far away from each other. But when someone breaks into Rayne’s shop and then winds up dead that probably isn’t going to be an option. Whether they like it or not, they’re going to be spending a great deal of time with each other. And they’re starting to really like it…

The Price Of Nuclear Power

Author: Stephanie A. Malin
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 081356980X
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Rising fossil fuel prices and concerns about greenhouse gas emissions are fostering a nuclear power renaissance and a revitalized uranium mining industry across the American West. In The Price of Nuclear Power, environmental sociologist Stephanie Malin offers an on-the-ground portrait of several uranium communities caught between the harmful legacy of previous mining booms and the potential promise of new economic development. Using this context, she examines how shifting notions of environmental justice inspire divergent views about nuclear power’s sustainability and equally divisive forms of social activism. Drawing on extensive fieldwork conducted in rural isolated towns such as Monticello, Utah, and Nucla and Naturita, Colorado, as well as in upscale communities like Telluride, Colorado, and incorporating interviews with community leaders, environmental activists, radiation regulators, and mining executives, Malin uncovers a fundamental paradox of the nuclear renaissance: the communities most hurt by uranium’s legacy—such as high rates of cancers, respiratory ailments, and reproductive disorders—were actually quick to support industry renewal. She shows that many impoverished communities support mining not only because of the employment opportunities, but also out of a personal identification with uranium, a sense of patriotism, and new notions of environmentalism. But other communities, such as Telluride, have become sites of resistance, skeptical of industry and government promises of safe mining, fearing that regulatory enforcement won’t be strong enough. Indeed, Malin shows that the nuclear renaissance has exacerbated social divisions across the Colorado Plateau, threatening social cohesion. Malin further illustrates ways in which renewed uranium production is not a socially sustainable form of energy development for rural communities, as it is utterly dependent on unstable global markets. The Price of Nuclear Power is an insightful portrait of the local impact of the nuclear renaissance and the social and environmental tensions inherent in the rebirth of uranium mining.

Cowboy Command

Author: Olivia Jaymes
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ISBN: 9780989983310
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Genre: Contemporary Western Erotic Romance Series: Cowboy Justice Association FULL LENGTH NOVEL Sometimes you have to die to be born. One minute Katie is eating lunch with her sister, the next she barely escapes a car bomb meant to kill her. If that wasn't enough, someone sets fire to her home and burns it to the ground. Luckily, Federal agents are going to give her a new identity until she can testify against the man who wants her dead. They change her name to Presley, her hair color to brown, and her shorts and sandals to jeans and cowboy boots. She's not thrilled about being sent to a small town in Montana to hide, but she wants to stay alive. Sheriff Seth Reilly is doing a favor for an old Army buddy. He's promised to watch over a woman whose life is in danger, but he didn't plan on her being so young and beautiful. He's tempted, but she's a bundle of trouble. Seth likes his women calm and sedate. Presley is the kind of woman who would keep him up at night and make him crazy. Too bad he's starting to enjoy it. Passion flares between Seth and Presley, heating up the cold Montana nights. Knowing they only have a short time together, they vow not to fall in love. But when danger finds Presley, Seth will risk everything to keep her safe until she can testify. Will Presley get her old life back or start a new life with Seth instead? Publisher's warning: This book contains graphic sex scenes including an alpha male cowboy sheriff using Christmas lights to tie up his woman, a sexy strip tease, and steamy action in the cab of a truck. Series description: The Cowboy Justice Association is a group of six lawmen in Montana who work together to keep the peace. If only they could find that peace in their own lives. For more information, please visit www.OliviaJaymes.com

Justice Divided

Author: Olivia Jaymes
Publisher: Blonde Ambition Press
ISBN: 1944490493
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It’s just another normal day with the twins when Ava gets a frantic call from her sister. Mary’s husband Lyle Bryson has been shot dead and she’s the main suspect. She needs Ava to come home to Corville right away. Pressed back into service to find the killer of his half-brother, Logan finds himself once again at odds with the family. With Ava’s sister under a cloud of suspicion, it feels like the last time he put a Bryson behind bars. But neither Logan nor Ava believes that Mary killed Lyle. Jumping at the chance to work with her husband again, Ava is determined to clear her sister’s name. But as more secrets are revealed, having a killer in the family might be the least of their problems… Keywords:married couple, serial killer, bad boy good girl, suspense, romantic mystery

Imperfect Justice

Author: Stuart Eizenstat
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ISBN: 9780786751051
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In the second half of the 1990s, Stuart Eizenstat was perhaps the most controversial U.S. foreign policy official in Europe. His mission had nothing to do with Russia, the Middle East, Yugoslavia, or any of the other hotspots of the day. Rather, Eizenstat's mission was to provide justice—albeit belated and imperfect justice—for the victims of World War II. Imperfect Justice is Eizenstat's account of how the Holocaust became a political and diplomatic battleground fifty years after the war's end, as the issues of dormant bank accounts, slave labor, confiscated property, looted art, and unpaid insurance policies convulsed Europe and America. He recounts the often heated negotiations with the Swiss, the Germans, the French, the Austrians, and various Jewish organizations, showing how these moral issues, shunted aside for so long, exposed wounds that had never healed and conflicts that had never been properly resolved. Though we will all continue to reckon with the crimes of World War II for a long time to come, Eizenstat's account shows that it is still possible to take positive steps in the service of justice.

Justice Healed

Author: Olivia Jaymes
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ISBN: 9780989983334
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You can't go home again, but if you do, pretend you want to be there. Dr. Madison Shay has left Chicago and moved back to her small town roots to take over her father's medical practice. She's not the skinny, gawky red haired, four-eyed girl any longer but it sure feels that way. She still remembers the painful teasing from her classmates and always feeling like she didn't belong. She wants this time to be different but deep down she knows she'll never be part of the cool crowd. Sheriff Tanner Marks might have been the captain of the football team years ago but things aren't as rosy now. He has a son who hates him, and an ex-wife who is about to marry a man Tanner thinks might be a criminal. He doesn't really have time in his life for a woman. Considering the things he's done in his past, he's not sure he deserves one either. He can't help but feel envious of his friend, Seth Reilly, though. He found the love of a good woman. Is it too much to ask that fate send him someone as well? Madison and Tanner aren't looking for love but it feels like the town has other plans. They keep finding themselves thrown together and it's not unpleasant in the least. In fact, they're starting to enjoy themselves. There just might be a future for them after all. When a drug war between two cartels breaks out, their little town is caught in the crossfire. Tanner will call in every favor he can, from the five cowboy cops he trusts most in the world, to keep his town and the woman he loves safe. He's going to show the bad guys what cowboy justice really means.

Jsa Vs Kobra

Author: Eric S. Trautmann
Publisher: Titan Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781848569553
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The Justice Society of America must keep Kobra from plunging the planet into chaos in an effort to bring about the deadly age of Kali Yuga in this title collecting the six-issue miniseries. Set throughout the major cities of the DC Universe, this epic sets the stakes higher than ever for the JSA.

The Quest For Justice In The Middle East

Author: Gerald A. Honigman
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ISBN: 9781599798547
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Spanning centuries, the Arab-Jewish conflict has been rife with brutality and injustice. But in recent decades, the Western press in conjunction with the commentariat have steered both coverage and debate toward a decidedly Arab and Muslim-centric focus. Constant terror attacks on Jewish and Israeli citizens in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem are barely noticed by the worldwide news. But when Israel attempts to halt repeated Qassam rocket assaults on its urban populations launched by Arab and Muslim terrorists—from schoolyards and hospital rooftops, behind ever-present “human shields”—the news and commentary elites erupt in indignation, with ready-made talking points on “disproportionate responses” and the constant refrain that Israel has no right to protect herself. Gerald Honigman's The Quest for Justice In the Middle East finally blows the whistle on generations of duplicity, shifting the debate once and for all back toward the center—and justice. For too long, the horrors wrought against non-Jews in the Middle East have gone unspoken, but now the forced conversions, inquisitions, expulsions, subjugation, pogroms, and dehumanization—against Jews and non-Jews alike—are exposed, hopefully toward the realization of equal justice and peace throughout the Middle East.