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Two men seeking the bones of a martyr stumble upon the crimes of a devil in the stunning historical crime novel by bestselling author David Mark. Hull, 1849: a city in the grip of a cholera outbreak that sees its poorest citizens cut down by the cartload. Into this world of flame and grief comes former soldier Meshach Stone. He's been hired as bodyguard by an academic hunting for the bones of the apostle Simon the Zealot, rumoured to lie somewhere in Lincolnshire. Stone can't see why ancient bones are of interest in a world full of them. Then a woman he briefly loved is killed. As he investigates, he realizes that she is one of many... and that some deaths cry out for vengeance.
Think of a corset as a blank canvas. Linda Sparks' The Basics of Corset Building: A Handbook for Beginners is a comprehensive guide to building your first corset, including: Section One: Tools and Materials for Corset Building Discusses the tools you'll need, plus types of steel, plastic, and textiles. Section Two: Building a Corset Everything you need to know about working with bones and busks, setting grommets and eyelets, and creating a beautifully finished corset. Section Three: Construction Techniques Covers all the steps, including making a modesty panel, making a mock-up, and building single layer, double layer, and fashion fabric corsets. Section Four: Alterations and Fit Discusses commercial corset patterns, as well as how to fit and style a corset for exactly the look you want.
The Island of Death La Isla de la Muerte Terrifying ghosts, human bandits, terrorists, dangerous geothermal phenomena, all threatening, but pirate treasures and great wealth may be in the offering, trudge on or get the hell out? A group of adventurous people are led to a terrifying island by the writings on a medallion recovered in an ancient pirate treasure, chronicled in the novel TROVE. The island, identified on nautical charts as, "Dangerous area, keep well clear, La Isla de la Muerte, Island of Death." Locals give this mountainous, God forsaken island, a wide birth, as people who venture there, to find old pirate treasures, according to myth, never come back. Could this novel have a happy ending? Bet your bottom doubloon!
In the fourth Hollis Grant mystery, Hollis investigates disappearances and murders at her apartment building and discovers connections to missing Native women. She again crosses swords with detective Rhona Simpson as they run parallel and often conflicting investigations and Hollis finds her own life in grave danger.
"Durst consistently defies expectations."—Publishers Weekly (starred review) From award-winning author Sarah Beth Durst, a standalone epic fantasy set in a brand-new world of towering mountains and sparkling cities, in which a band of aging warriors have a second chance to defeat dark magic and avenge a haunting loss. Twenty-five years ago, five heroes risked their lives to defeat the bone maker Eklor—a corrupt magician who created an inhuman army using animal bones. But victory came at a tragic price. Only four of the heroes survived. Since then, Kreya, the group’s leader, has exiled herself to a remote tower and devoted herself to one purpose: resurrecting her dead husband. But such a task requires both a cache of human bones and a sacrifice—for each day he lives, she will live one less. She’d rather live one year with her husband than a hundred without him, but using human bones for magic is illegal in Vos. The dead are burned—as are any bone workers who violate the law. Yet Kreya knows where she can find the bones she needs: the battlefield where her husband and countless others lost their lives. But defying the laws of the land exposes a terrible possibility. Maybe the dead don’t rest in peace after all. Five warriors—one broken, one gone soft, one pursuing a simple life, one stuck in the past, and one who should be dead. Their story should have been finished. But evil doesn’t stop just because someone once said, “the end.”
Since his New York Times op-ed column debuted in 2011, Mark Bittman has emerged as one of our most impassioned and opinionated observers of the food landscape. The Times’ only dedicated opinion columnist covering the food beat, Bittman routinely makes readers think twice about how the food we eat is produced, distributed, and cooked, and shines a bright light on the profound impact that diet—both good and bad—can have on our health and that of the planet. In A Bone to Pick, Mark’s most memorable and thought-provoking columns are compiled into a single volume for the first time. As abundant and safe as the American food supply appears to be, the state of our health reveals the presence of staggering deficiencies in both the system that produces food and the forces that regulate it. Bittman leaves no issue unexamined; agricultural practices, government legislation, fad diets, and corporate greed all come under scrutiny and show that the issues governing what ends up in our market basket and on our tables are both complex and often deliberately confusing. Unabashedly opinionated and invariably thought provoking, Bittman’s columns have helped readers decipher arcane policy, unpack scientific studies, and deflate affronts to common sense when it comes to determining what “eating well” truly means. As urgent as the situation is, Mark contends that we can be optimistic about the future of our food and its impact on our health, as slow-food movements, better school-lunch programs, and even “healthy fast food” become part of the norm. At once inspiring, enraging, and enlightening, A Bone to Pick is an essential resource for every reader eager to understand not only the complexities inherent in the American food system, but also the many opportunities that exist to improve it.
Healing Starts Now! Expanded Edition by Joan Hunter Pdf
Heal and receiving healing! Prayers and precise instructions give you the power from God you need to heal the sick and bring hope to the hopeless. Share His power with someone you love today! One day as He [Jesus] was teaching…the power of the Lord was present for Him to heal the sick (Luke 5:17 NIV).This same power is present in you today! Author Joan Hunter has been praying for the sick for 40 years, and has seen multiple thousands of miracles and healings. You too can: Receive and retain healing. Allow God to use you. Know how to approach someone who needs healing. Effectively pray for healing. Lay hands on the sick and they will recover (Mark 16:18b). Fulfill the Great Commission. Discover what is in your tool box. Healing Starts Now contains the clearest and simplest instructions for ministering healing ever written. It takes much of the mystery out of healing prayer, and your fear of praying for the sick will disappear. You will pray for the sick with confidence, knowing God will heal. The book is full of proven effective directions and diagrams that precisely detail how to heal the sick along with specific prayers for hundreds of conditions. You will lay hands on the sick and they will recover!
Lady Allegra has made handling unpredictable situations and people an art form, particularly since her father, Oxie Nesbitt, is one of the greatest practical jokers in all of England. For the sinfully handsome and wickedly witty Armand, who loves to observe the world around him, Ally and her outrageous father prove to be too irresistible. He forms a fast friendship with them, enjoying Oxie's pranks and often helping Ally to get him out of his predicaments. But soon both have more than friendship on their minds, in spite of the danger their feelings for one another might bring. When one of Oxie's pranks backfires, and three men are dispatched to take care of him, only Armand and ally can save him--if they put aside their fears of losing themselves to each other.