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The Cormorant

Author: Stephen Gregory
ISBN: 9781939140371
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He seems to have it all: a lovely wife, a happy child, and a delightful little cottage he has inherited, nestled deep in the Welsh hills. But with the good comes the evil. For he must care for his brutally slain uncle's fiendish cormorant and must fight an evil spawned from hell itself. Martin's.

The Cormorant

Author: Chuck Wendig
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481448706
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In the third installment of the suspenseful Miriam Black series, Miriam is on the road again, having transitioned from “thief” to “killer.” Miriam Black is being developed as a TV series on Starz with the producers of Breaking Bad. Hired by a wealthy businessman, Miriam heads down to Florida to practice the one thing she’s good at: knowing when people are going to die. In her vision she sees the businessman murdered by another’s hand and on the wall written in blood is a message just for her: She’s expected…

The Voyage Of The Cormorant

Author: Christian Beamish
Publisher: Patagonia
ISBN: 1938340116
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Christian Beamish, a former editor at The Surfer’s Journal, envisioned a low-tech, self-reliant exploration for surf along the coast of North America, using primarily clothes and instruments available to his ancestors, and the 18-foot boat he would build by hand in his garage. How the vision met reality – and how the two came to shape each other – places Voyage of the Cormorant in the great American tradition of tales of life at sea, and what it has to teach us.

The Double Crested Cormorant

Author: Linda R. Wires
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300187114
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Explores the roots of the human-cormorant conflict and assesses the federal policies that have been developed to manage the bird's population in the twenty-first century.

The Cormorant And The Killing Ground

Author: Bernace Charles
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1456858246
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The Cormorant and The Killing Ground is a novel about the pressures of teaching and about two people who believe they have found true love. Eight male high school faculty members spend many of their summer holidays playing at paintball. The game turns deadly when one member Randolph Blake learns that another member much like a brother to himself Michael Fenell has sexually blackmailed the woman Josey Valchos into bed with himself. Josie is also a member of the high school faculty where Randolph and Michael teach. But what has Michael learned about Josey that is so alarming that she actually takes him to bed to keep him from telling Randolph? The book ends with Michael and Randolph coming to one last violent game played out on the island called “The Killing Ground” where they play paintball. Only Josey and Michael know the reason for the island’s name, the story travels back and forth in time showing the history of Michael and Josey's tie to each other. It shows why Josey has changed her name, has had plastic surgery, has changed her hair color and why she hates Michael as deeply as she does. Amid her scheming she never expects to fall in love with Randolph.

The Devil S Cormorant

Author: Richard J. King
Publisher: University of New Hampshire Press
ISBN: 1611684749
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Behold the cormorant: silent, still, cruciform, and brooding; flashing, soaring, quick as a snake. Evolution has crafted the only creature on Earth that can migrate the length of a continent, dive and hunt deep underwater, perch comfortably on a branch or a wire, walk on land, climb up cliff faces, feed on thousands of different species, and live beside both fresh and salt water in a vast global range of temperatures and altitudes, often in close proximity to man. Long a symbol of gluttony, greed, bad luck, and evil, the cormorant has led a troubled existence in human history, myth, and literature. The birds have been prized as a source of mineral wealth in Peru, hunted to extinction in the Arctic, trained by the Japanese to catch fish, demonized by Milton in Paradise Lost, and reviled, despised, and exterminated by sport and commercial fishermen from Israel to Indianapolis, Toronto to Tierra del Fuego. In The DevilÕs Cormorant, Richard King takes us back in time and around the world to show us the history, nature, ecology, and economy of the worldÕs most misunderstood waterfowl.

The Traitor Baru Cormorant

Author: Seth Dickinson
Publisher: Tor Books
ISBN: 1466875127
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In Seth Dickinson's highly-anticipated debut The Traitor Baru Cormorant, a young woman from a conquered people tries to transform an empire in this richly imagined geopolitical fantasy. Baru Cormorant believes any price is worth paying to liberate her people-even her soul. When the Empire of Masks conquers her island home, overwrites her culture, criminalizes her customs, and murders one of her fathers, Baru vows to swallow her hate, join the Empire's civil service, and claw her way high enough to set her people free. Sent as an Imperial agent to distant Aurdwynn, another conquered country, Baru discovers it's on the brink of rebellion. Drawn by the intriguing duchess Tain Hu into a circle of seditious dukes, Baru may be able to use her position to help. As she pursues a precarious balance between the rebels and a shadowy cabal within the Empire, she orchestrates a do-or-die gambit with freedom as the prize. But the cost of winning the long game of saving her people may be far greater than Baru imagines. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

The Double Crested Cormorant

Author: Dennis Wild
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472117637
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The struggle of a maligned and mistreated bird to compete with human interests

Cormorant The Clam

Author: Consie Berghausen
ISBN: 9781937588571
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The Cormorant and the Clam, based on a true story! What do you do when you find an animal in trouble? Find out how this father-daughter pair responded.

The Cormorant Hunter S Wife

Author: Joan Kane
Publisher: University of Alaska Press
ISBN: 1602231575
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This collection of poetry is inspired by the author’s lineage as an Iñupiaq Eskimo woman with family from King Island and Mary’s Igloo, Alaska. The poems’ syncopated cadences and evocative images bring to life the exceptional physical and cultural conditions of the Arctic and sub-Arctic that have been home to her ancestors for tens of thousands of years, while the poems’ speakers refer to an indigenous identity that has become increasingly plural. The author’s perspective as a Native person affords her unique insight into the relationship with place and self, which she applies in her consideration of the arctic landscape and to questions of adaptation and resilience. Kane’s work refers to the Inupiaq oral tradition, and while in some poems she continues to revisit, rewrite, and revise traditional narratives that are suited to the lyric form, she moves beyond narrative retelling, honoring the legacy of imagination that has sustained Inupiaq people for millennia.