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Michelle West

Averalaan—the most ancient of cities, had long been the home of magics both dark and bright. For the site where this most civilized city of mortals now stood had once been a dread place indeed, a citadel of evil ruled by the Lord of the Hells. Only through the greatest of sacrifices had he been contained and cast back into his own dimension. And though the passing centuries had all but obliterated the memories of that terrible time, trouble was once again stirring in the hidden byways of Averalaan. The first warning that the Dark Lord’s minions were at work came from a pack of street rats led by a young woman gifted with the ability to see the truth even when it was hidden behind carefully spell-crafted illusions. And as she carried her warning to The Terafin, head of one of the most powerful families in the land, others, too, were rallying to Averalaan’s aid. Blessed or cursed by their Hunter God and gifted with his most unique creation, the Hunter Lord Gilliam and his huntbrother Stephen were about to do the unthinkable. Guided by the seer Evayne, they would journey beyond the borders of their kingdom, something no Hunter Lord had ever done. For only in Averalaan could they find their true destiny, even if it meant facing the Dark Lord himself…

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Michelle West

In the sequel to Hunter's Oath, the Dark Lord and his evil minions once again menace Averalaan, and the Hunter Lord Gilliam and his huntbrother, Stephen, guided by Yvaine the seer, journey to the ancient city to confront the powers of darkness. Original.

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DEATH IN THE STARS During a brief stopover on a moon colony to repair her ship, Zyra takes a job to hunt an elusive fugitive from justice. She soon learns that a secret cult may be behind his disappearance. But who is the mysterious leader who commands this strange group of fanatics? More importantly, what does he want with Zyra? What appears to be a standard seek and capture mission, takes on more significance when a beautiful, but deadly assassin puts Zyra in her sights. It will take all of Zyra’s cunning and bravery to survive the coming storm.

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Death Explained: A Ghost Hunter's Guide to the Afterlife offers a unique new theory about the nature of ghosts and what happens to us after we die. Author Michael Dupler weaves together strands from physics, anthropology, history, philosophy and religion to create a tapestry telling the story of humanity - and providing a possible answer to one of our greatest questions. The book also draws on his personal experiences as a ghost hunter in the Midwest and offers tips and advice to others just beginning their own journey into the paranormal.

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What is the secret of people who die contented and fulfilled? What makes it possible for them to attain such spiritual heights as they approach their physical demise? What enables them to make death a completion of life, rather than a tragic end? And what can they teach us about life and death, love and loss, grief and spiritual growth? The way we die, like the way we live, makes a difference—in our lives and the lives of others. From time to time during his work as a pastor, John Fanestil has witnessed someone dying with remarkable and uplifting grace. Fanestil was moved yet puzzled by the spirit of happiness and holiness he observed. Contemporary literature on dying, filled with talk of anger, acceptance, and forgiveness, provided little to explain it. But the chance discovery of articles about the ritual of the “happy death” in religious magazines from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries brought Fanestil the answers he sought. Mrs. Hunter’s Happy Death blends the captivating historical accounts Fanestil uncovered with his own pastoral experiences to reveal the secrets that enable people to transcend pain and suffering and embrace death as a completion of life, not as a tragic end. A fascinating introduction to a historic approach to death and its contemporary incarnations, Mrs. Hunter’s Happy Death also offers specific lessons on living and dying, from the “exercise of prayer” to the “labor of love” to “bearing testimony.” With the spread of in-home medical and hospice care, death is once again being embraced as a natural part of life, infused with profound emotional and spiritual dimensions. The inspiring stories in Mrs. Hunter’s Happy Death beautifully demonstrate that the way we die, like the way we live, makes a supreme difference—in our lives and in the lives of others. From the Hardcover edition.

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Diploma Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 2,0, University of Vienna (Anglistik und Amerikanistik), language: English, abstract: Der Amerikanische Traum ist in Hunter S. Thompsons Texten ein standig wiederkehrendes Motiv. Auf der Suche nach dem Traum, war es dem Gonzo-Journalisten nicht genug, die Lage der amerikanischen Nation gegen Ende der 60er Jahre bloss zu schildern, sondern sie zu erleben, um dann keine objektive Wahrheit, sondern seine subjektive Sicht der Dinge niederzuschreiben. Seine Beschreibungen der amerikanischen Nation und deren Traum in seinen Werken Angst und Schrecken in Las Vegas und Angst und Schrecken: Im Wahlkampf 72 sind kaum positiv. Im Gegenteil. Er verweist sogar auf den Tod des Amerikanischen Traumes und den Verfall Amerikas. Der Traum erscheint ihm in vielerlei Gestalt: in Symbolen, wie zum Beispiel der von Geld und Einfluss regierten Stadt Las Vegas, die Thompsons Alter Ego Raoul Duke als Nervenzentrum des Traums identifiziert; Seine Protagonisten durchleuchten die traditionellen Werte der Gesellschaft und mussen feststellen, dass sie sich bei naherem Betrachten als Heuchelei erweisen - als Mythos, wie eben der Amerikanische Traum selbst. Der Reporter, der auf Grund seines einzigartigen Schreibstils oft als Stiefkind der New Journalists oder gesetzloser Journalist (Outlaw Journalist) bezeichnet wurde, wird von der Angst - der Angst vor dem Untergang alles Guten fur das Amerika seiner Meinung nach einmal eingetreten ist - ubermannt. In seinen von Halluzinogenen eingefarbten Charakterisierungen entlarvt er die Gesellschaft als korrupt, oberflachlich und gierig. Versteckt hinter dem nationalen Moralkodex und unter dem Vorwand den Amerikanischen Traum zu suchen, erlauben seine Mitmenschen sich dem Journalisten der Freiheit zu berauben, und somit seinen personlichen Traum zu zerstoren. Jedoch nimmt Thompson nicht die Rolle des Moralapostels ein, sondern beweist immer wieder seine Mi

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Christopher Stookey

Hannah Fatier is a thirty-two-year-old physician fresh out of residency training. She's just started her first job as an anesthesiologist at Deaconess Hospital in San Francisco, she's bought a new home, and she's engaged to be married. In short, life is good for Hannah--until, one day, tragedy strikes. A patient under her care dies unexpectedly during a routine operation. An investigation into the case reveals the cause of death to be a basic medical error committed by Hannah. Wracked with guilt, Hannah falls into a malaise of depression and self-castigation. Yet the more she ponders where she went wrong, the more she realizes that something about the way her patient died doesn't add up. Digging deeper into the records of the case, Hannah discovers a number of puzzling inconsistencies. She begins to suspect someone has framed her for a fatal medical mistake she didn't make. But who would do such a thing and why? And, more importantly, why did her patient really die that day on the operating table? Where Death Is a Hunter is a medical mystery dealing with hospital death, a dark enigma, one doctor's self-doubt, and the search for redemption."

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Henry W. Schober

An American born of German ancestry in the Philippines, Henry W. Schober has survived four massacres during his lucky life. Joining the US Army in 1945, he became a veteran of World War Two, the Korean and Vietnam Wars and has seen death first hand. In Death Is A Hunter, Henry shares his experiences and close encounters from paratrooper to pilot to Lieutenant Colonel during his 25-year army career. Clocking up 10,000 hours of flying rotary and fixed wing aircraft he has survived about a dozen engine failures and emergency landings in such places as a river bed, a rose garden and in pine trees. Retiring to Greece, and later Australia, his adventures continued in scuba diving, sailing and of course flying. With the death of many close friends and the recent loss of a loved one it seems death is still on the hunt for Henry. Find out how close he came so many times in Death Is A Hunter.

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When John Chapel was young, his parents were brutalized and murdered by Bevo Rooks and his gang of cutthroats. With a cold, undying tenacity, he tracked the men across Indian Territory, picking them off one by one. But the wily Rooks got away. Chapel was soon taken in by the Chickasaw Nation and lived as one of them. Twelve years later, Chapel is a deputy marshal, renowned for his ability to run down his quarry. But he hasn’t forgotten the promise he made to finish what he began. And Rooks still hasn’t changed his evil ways. When Chapel joins the hunt for the outlaw, he knows his quest for vengeance is coming to a close—and that his prey will finally die by his bullet…

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Determined to finish what he started long ago, Deputy Marshal John Chapel joins the hunt for Bevo Rooks, one of the outlaws responsible for brutally murdering his parents--and the last one left alive.