In the new thriller from New York Times bestselling author Lisa Scottoline, Mary DiNunzio’s ruthless nemesis Nick Machiavelli is back...with a vengeance. When three men announce that they are suing the Rosato & DiNunzio law firm for reverse sex discrimination—claiming that they were not hired because they were men—Mary DiNunzio and Bennie Rosato are outraged. To make matters worse, their one male employee, John Foxman, intends to resign, claiming that there is some truth to this case. The plaintiffs’ lawyer is Nick Machiavelli, who has already lost to Mary once and is now back with a vengeance —determined not to not only win, but destroy the firm. It soon becomes clear that Machiavelli will do anything in his power to achieve his end...even after the case turns deadly. The stakes have never been higher for Mary and her associates as they try to keep Machiavelli at bay, solve a murder, and save the law firm they love...or they could lose everything they’ve worked for. Told with Scottoline's trademark gift for twists, turns, heart, and humanity, this latest thriller asks the question: Is it better to be loved, or feared... Feared, the sixth entry in the acclaimed Rosato & DiNunzio series, expertly explores what happens when we are tempted to give in to our own inner darkness. Praise for the Rosato & DiNunzio series: “Hit every mark... down to the last satisfying twist” —Kirkus Review on Feared "Fast paced, heart-tugging...readers will enjoy seeing how it all plays out." —Publishers Weekly on Exposed "The final curtain will find you cheering, and Scottoline will have earned every hurrah." —Kirkus (starred review) on Exposed "[The Rosato and DiNunzio stories] are always her best works and this newest is the best of the best in this series." —Huffington Post on Exposed
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LG Williams may not have been the first alternative poet ever. But, Hated and Feared, his newest book of poems, may be one of the best poetry books of our generation. In any even, one thing cannot be denied: Hated and Feared is the book that makes it all possible. Anyone who enjoys poetry knows what sprang from Williams "golden age," and they owe s something to this book. Evening reading it a decade from now will be an experience. Its poetry bombards your ears with an assault of punk energy, tempered by just enough pop sensibility to make it extremely enjoyable and tremendously good at the same time.
|Book Title||: God the glorious holy wonder working God worthy to be feared and praised A Century sermon on Exod xv 11 on the Revolution preached Nov 16 1788 in which the events of 1588 1688 and 1788 are mentioned|
|Author||: Elhanan WINCHESTER|
|Release Date||: 1788|
|Available Language||: English, Spanish, And French|
Picking up and pulling at the vibrant threads of Robert Priest’s last book of poems, Reading the Bible Backward, this collection explores new themes while spanning multiple strands of thought. One strand leads, with unabashed candor and elegance, through the author’s love life; another, through fields of praise; a third experiments with automated metaphors and delivers a challenging new selection of mash-ups that Priest calls meme splices. A fourth thread rekindles the author’s love of the prose poem to produce a suite of strange tales, bizarre playlets, and phonetic modifications. With flair and daring, Previously Feared Darkness consorts with forms and subject matter to present the work of a master getting deep, nasty, and hilarious with the best of them.
In the summer of 1978, the Chicago mob is struggling. As an up-and coming cartel prepares to unleash a blizzard of cocaine and challenge the reeling Mafia for dominance of the second city streets, there is only one man who can stop them—Max Walsh, a thirty-something Vietnam veteran and narcotics detective with a bad drug habit. When FBI agent and family friend Tom Callahan asks Max to keep an eye on his problematic, bombshell daughter who has just made the unfortunate mistake of falling for Tony Delvechio, the head of the cartel, Max goes undercover with the goal of removing Therese from Tony’s life and taking down the cartel in the process. But Max is about to get more than he bargained for. Instead of focusing on fighting his own demons, Max falls for Therese—before he discovers she has already married the crazy, blood thirsty creep. In this intriguing story of drug deals, Mafia crime, and the seamy side of life gone wrong, a seasoned detective’s spontaneous choices are about to lead him down a very unpredictable and dangerous path.
We can often learn as much from political movements that failed as from those that achieved their goals. Nationalists Who Feared the Nation looks at one such frustrated movement: a group of community leaders and writers in Venice, Trieste, and Dalmatia during the 1830s, 40s, and 50s who proposed the creation of a multinational zone surrounding the Adriatic Sea. At the time, the lands of the Adriatic formed a maritime community whose people spoke different languages and practiced different faiths but identified themselves as belonging to a single region of the Hapsburg Empire. While these activists hoped that nationhood could be used to strengthen cultural bonds, they also feared nationalism's homogenizing effects and its potential for violence. This book demonstrates that not all nationalisms attempted to create homogeneous, single-language, -religion, or -ethnicity nations. Moreover, in treating the Adriatic lands as one unit, this book serves as a correction to "national" histories that impose our modern view of nationhood on what was a multinational region.
Better To Be Feared is the true story of a 48-year-old businessman who, having pled guilty to perpetrating a fraud involving a fake business contract, was plunged into the dark world of life inside some of Britain's hardest jails. Never having had any contact with criminal justice previously, Sean Bridges' adjustment to life behind bars raised many questions and forced him to confront the daily round of violence and drugs abuse within these maximum-security prisons. His life inside exploded when he witnessed another con being badly beaten by three fellow prisoners. He planned revenge and exacted it in spectacular fashion. Bridges became a problem by challenging the inadequacies of an antiquated system which effectively feeds itself - never to be short of repeat customers. This is not the story of another white-collar criminal's time inside. It is a shocking personal account of the reasons why the criminal justice system fails society today. That system has changed Sean Bridges forever.
“The Dragon Who Feared Fire.” was written by Jeff Shevlowitz and illustrated by Paz Winshtein. Young children will enjoy the bold colors and pictures as their parents read them the story of Harold, a young dragon who is teased by the others of his age for his very un-dragon-like fear of fire. Older children will enjoy reading Harold's story for themselves. Children will learn the value of friendship, and of being able to face the thing you fear. Harold becomes friends with Krystal, a human girl, who is teased by the other children for her ability to talk with animals. When a lightning storm creates a fire that rages through Krystal's village, Harold is able to overcome his fear of the flames to help save his friend's village.