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A Jewel On A Silver Platter

Author: Padmanabhan Krishna
ISBN: 1312903333
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This book gives an intimate portrayal of the philosopher sage Jiddu Krishnamurti by several of his colleagues who knew him over many decades and interacted with him closely. It reveals several aspects of the man and investigates his teachings in depth. The author, Professor P.Krishna, was a Professor of Physics and was closely associated with him for nearly 3 decades. He has lectured all over the world and conducted dialogues about Krishnamurti's teachings.

Silver Platter Hoe

Author: Reds Johnson
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781512020984
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TRINA considers herself to be a SILVER PLATTER HOE who deserves the finer things in life. And she will stop at nothing to get them. No woman's man is off limits. No lie is too devious for her to tell. No scheme to get money is too scandalous. And she is not above committing downright treachery, even against her very own blood. When Trina's sister, DESIREE, finally finds the happiness Trina has always wanted for herself, envy sets in and a fierce sibling rivalry unfolds. Using sex and deception as her weapons, the Silver Platter Hoe sets out to take everything that Desiree has attained, including her man. Will Trina's ruthless schemes work? Or will her cold-hearted deviousness be her downfall?

On A Silver Platter

Author: Greg M. Smith
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814780806
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Beyond Exonerating the Innocent: Author on WAMU Radio Convicted Yet Innocent: The Legal Times Review Choice Outstanding Academic Title for 2008 DNA testing and advances in forensic science have shaken the foundations of the U.S. criminal justice system. One of the most visible results is the exoneration of inmates who were wrongly convicted and incarcerated, many of them sentenced to death for crimes they did not commit. This has caused a quandary for many states: how can claims of innocence be properly investigated and how can innocent inmates be reliably distinguished from the guilty? In answer, some states have created “innocence commissions” to establish policies and provide legal assistance to the improperly imprisoned. The Innocence Commission describes the creation and first years of the Innocence Commission for Virginia (ICVA), the second innocence commission in the nation and the first to conduct a systematic inquiry into all cases of wrongful conviction. Written by Jon B. Gould, the Chair of the ICVA, who is a professor of justice studies and an attorney, the author focuses on twelve wrongful conviction cases to show how and why wrongful convictions occur, what steps legal and state advocates took to investigate the convictions, how these prisoners were ultimately freed, and what lessons can be learned from their experiences. Gould recounts how a small band of attorneys and other advocates — in Virginia and around the country — have fought wrongful convictions in court, advanced the subject of wrongful convictions in the media, and sought to remedy the issue of wrongful convictions in the political arena. He makes a strong case for the need for Innocence Commissions in every state, showing that not only do Innocence Commissions help to identify weaknesses in the criminal justice system and offer workable improvements, but also protect society by helping to ensure that actual perpetrators are expeditiously identified, arrested, and brought to trial. Everyone has an interest in preventing wrongful convictions, from police officers and prosecutors, who seek the latest and best investigative techniques, to taxpayers, who want an efficient criminal justice system, to suspects who are erroneously pursued and sometimes convicted. Free of legal jargon and written for a general audience, The Innocence Commission is instructive, informative, and highly compelling reading.

Nothing Comes On A Silver Platter

Author: Shirley Rayner Bell
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 9781545612705
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A native of Clearwater, Florida, Shirley Rayner Bell has been the wife of Cornelius for thirty-five years and is a mother to one son, Darien. She is a graduate of St. Petersburg College and has worked for thirty-five years in the field of education. Shirley accepted the Lord in 1991 and is a dedicated member of the Lighthouse Church of Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith. This adage was passed down to author Shirley Rayner Bell from her mother, and the words have inspired her throughout life to dedicate herself to hard work and to have faith in the Lord to achieve her dreams. In the book titled after that same phrase, Shirley shows readers that while nothing comes easily in the journey of life, they can attain their goals and be successful if they are willing to put in the work to get there. Whether you want to find a job in a competitive field, have a loving relationship, or grow a healthy and happy family, you can attain your goals if you do not lean on your own understanding but trust God's guidance. Shirley shows readers that through character, strength, and determination, your efforts can succeed. Through hard work, we grow in faith, hope, and love. Nothing Comes on a Silver Platter will educate and inspire readers from all backgrounds and walks of life to pursue their dreams with faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.

Silver Palate Cookbook

Author: Julee Rosso
Publisher: Workman Publishing
ISBN: 0761170405
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Provides recipes for appetizers, soups, pasta, main dishes, vegetables, salads, breads, and desserts, and includes tips on planning menus and entertaining.

Silver Platter Hoe 2

Author: Reds Johnson
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781515290162
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One phone call turns RELL's entire world into an uproar. The calamitous news of what took place with DESIREE pushes him to the point of no return and now he's out for blood. Will he be able to crush those that oppose him? Or will his enemies succeed at taking everything from him, including his life? TRINA is happy now that her devil's plan against her sister, Desiree, has finally paid off in spades, but now she is faced with a formidable foe who has a more conniving and cutthroat agenda than the SILVER PLATTER HOE herself. Will this mystery woman buckle at the wrath Trina is capable of reigning down against those she deem as her nemesis? Or will she and everyone else know that there's a new HEAD BITCH IN CHARGE

Death On A Silver Platter

Author: Ellen Hart
Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 030741499X
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DOUBLE MURDER, ON THE HOUSE Far from being the idyllic home Carl Veelund envisioned when he built the grand mansion years ago, Prairie Lodge has become the keeper of many dark and terrible secrets. Now family members are dropping like flies: Two women are dead—and truths long hidden are about to be brought to light. When restaurant reviewer-cum-sleuth Sophie Greenway stumbles upon an old diary, she has no idea it will toss her like a salad into the center of the tragedies unfolding at Prairie Lodge. It appears that being a dear friend to Carl’s daughter, Elaine, has become dangerous. For in a recipe that calls for murder, deceit, sibling rivalry, and old grudges that die hard, Sophie finds herself the main ingredient. . . . From the Paperback edition.