Dead Now Of Course

Author: Phyllida Law
Publisher: Fourth Estate
ISBN: 9780008244774
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Lord Of The Dead

Author: Tom Holland
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0671024116
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Traveling in the mountains of Greece, Lord Byron, nineteenth-century poet and rake, is seduced by a mysterious, fugitive slave and becomes the world's most formidable vampire. By the author of Slave of My Thirst. Reprint.

The Living And The Dead A Course Of Practical Sermons On The Burial Service

Author: Francis Edward Paget
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Main Land

Author: Two Feathers
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1493148907
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There is an aura around Jay that screams confidence and power! He has an authority air about him that people react to, but when it comes to Dyan; he is week in the knees and would do anything for her. However, Dyan struggles to survive one tragedy after another to fight for the love she found on the island with Jay, but the odds are stacking up against her! Will she succumb to these trials or will she find the strength to endure them and conquer them to finally get her happily-ever-after?

Selected Poems

Author: James Tate
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
ISBN: 0819511927
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An award-winning gathering of exquisite poems by a celebrated poet.

Family Stories And The Life Course

Author: Michael W. Pratt
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135632464
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This edited book draws from work that focuses on the act of telling family stories, as well as their content and structure. The process of telling family stories is linked to central aspects of development, including language acquisition, affect regulation, and family interaction patterns. This book extends across traditional developmental psychology, personality theory, and family studies. Drawing broadly on the epigenetic framework for individual development articulated by Erik Erikson, as well as on conceptions of the family life cycle, the editors bring together contemporary examples of psychological research on family stories and their implications for development and change at different points in the life course. The book is divided into sections that focus on family stories at different points in the life cycle, from early childhood and the beginnings of narrative skill, through adolescence, young adulthood, midlife, and then mature adulthood and its intergenerational meaning. During each of these periods of the life cycle, research focusing on individual development within an Eriksonian framework of ego strengths and virtues is highlighted. The dynamic role of family stories is also featured here, with work exploring the links between family process, intergenerational attachment, and storytelling. Sociocultural theories that emphasize how such development is situated in the wider cultural context are also featured in several chapters. This broad lifespan developmental focus serves to integrate the exciting diversity of this work and foster further questions and research in the emerging field of family narrative. The book is intended primarily for researchers and advanced-level students in the fields of developmental and personality psychology, as well as those in family studies and in gerontology. It may also be of interest to those in the helping professions who are concerned with family therapy and family issues, and may--due to its content and illustrative material--have appeal to a wider market of the lay public. The chapters are written in a readily accessible style and the analyses are presented in a fairly non-technical way. Because family stories are charted across the lifespan, it would be a suitable companion book to a more traditional lifespan textbook in certain courses.

Dead Men S Bones

Author: Stephen L. Boehrer
Publisher: ECKO House Publishing
ISBN: 1427651221
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Borderline

Author: Janette Hospital
Publisher: University of Queensland Press
ISBN: 0702256064
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A meat truck carrying illegal immigrants is intercepted at the Canadian-American border but an unconscious woman is inadvertently left inside the truck. Two strangers, waiting in separate cars, impulsively smuggle her across the border, and their lives are changed irrevocably. In this complex and compelling novel, Felicity and Gus cross and re-cross borders – between countries, between past and present, and between reality and illusion as they struggle to come to terms with borderlines of their own.

The Thief Of Venice

Author: Jane Langton
Publisher: Overamstel Uitgevers
ISBN: 9049985416
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In Venice, Homer’s wife uncovers a decades-old conspiracy Four-month summer holidays, spring break, and regular sabbaticals mean that Harvard professors Mary and Homer Kelly never have trouble finding time to vacation. Unfortunately, Homer’s sideline as an amateur sleuth means that they rarely get to relax during their time off. And so, when Homer begs Mary to let them visit Venice to attend a conference in the famed rare book library of Cardinal Bessarion, Mary agrees on condition that Homer avoid any dead bodies. When they arrive in Venice, it is Mary, not Homer, who stumbles upon a murder. An intent sightseer, she combs the city with her camera, snapping pictures of anything that catches her eye. But when one of her snapshots captures something it shouldn’t, Mary is sucked into a decades-old mystery that stretches back to the darkest moments of World War II.

Marketing Lessons From The Grateful Dead

Author: David Meerman Scott
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470900520
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The Grateful Dead-rock legends, marketing pioneers The Grateful Dead broke almost every rule in the music industry book. They encouraged their fans to record shows and trade tapes; they built a mailing list and sold concert tickets directly to fans; and they built their business model on live concerts, not album sales. By cultivating a dedicated, active community, collaborating with their audience to co-create the Deadhead lifestyle, and giving away "freemium" content, the Dead pioneered many social media and inbound marketing concepts successfully used by businesses across all industries today. Written by marketing gurus and lifelong Deadheads David Meerman Scott and Brian Halligan, Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead gives you key innovations from the Dead's approach you can apply to your business. Find out how to make your fans equal partners in your journey, "lose control" to win, create passionate loyalty, and experience the kind of marketing gains that will not fade away!