Devil and the Deep

Author: Julie Ann Walker

Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

View: 286

He knew he had to forget her But when the woman who stole his heart is kidnapped This former SEAL will do whatever it takes to steal her back Maddy Powers's life revolves around cocktail parties, political fundraisers, and charity events-but she can't forget the daring former SEAL who came crashing into her life a few months ago...or the scorching kiss they shared before he disappeared into the deep blue sea. Bran Pallidino carries a dark secret-one that forced him to push Maddy away. But when she's taken hostage during a trip to the Caribbean, the men of Deep Six Salvage embark on a dangerous mission to save Maddy. Passion boils in the sultry sea breeze...but what good is putting their hearts on the line if they don't survive the dawn? The Deep Six Series: Hot as Hell (FREE novella) Hell or High Water (Book 1) Devil and the Deep (Book 2) Eye of the Storm (Book 3) Named a most anticipated romance of 2016 by BookPage.

Ride the Tide

Author: Julie Ann Walker

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 384

View: 405

Deep Secrets of the Enemy

Author: Dr. D. K. Olukoya

Publisher: Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 13

View: 572

There are secrets to everything. There are secrets the enemy does not want you to have. Uncovered serpent is a powerless serpent. The author unmasks the enemy.

A Commentary on the Books of the Old and New Testament

In which are Inserted the Notes and Collections of John Locke ... Daniel Waterland ... the Right Honourable Edward, Earl of Clarendon. And Other Learned Persons. With Practical Improvements

Author: John Locke

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page:

View: 809

The Work of Recognition

Caribbean Colombia and the Postemancipation Struggle for Citizenship

Author: Jason McGraw

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 344

View: 735

This book tells the compelling story of postemancipation Colombia, from the liberation of the slaves in the 1850s through the country's first general labor strikes in the 1910s. As Jason McGraw demonstrates, ending slavery fostered a new sense of citizenship, one shaped both by a model of universal rights and by the particular freedom struggles of African-descended people. Colombia's Caribbean coast was at the center of these transformations, in which women and men of color, the region's majority population, increasingly asserted the freedom to control their working conditions, fight in civil wars, and express their religious beliefs. The history of Afro-Colombians as principal social actors after emancipation, McGraw argues, opens up a new view on the practice and meaning of citizenship. Crucial to this conception of citizenship was the right of recognition. Indeed, attempts to deny the role of people of color in the republic occurred at key turning points exactly because they demanded public recognition as citizens. In connecting Afro-Colombians to national development, The Work of Recognition also places the story within the broader contexts of Latin American popular politics, culture, and the African diaspora.

Film Study

An Analytical Bibliography

Author: Frank Manchel

Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press

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Category: Performing Arts

Page: 4

View: 243

The four volumes of Film Study include a fresh approach to each of the basic categories in the original edition. Volume one examines the film as film; volume two focuses on the thematic approach to film; volume three draws on the history of film; and volume four contains extensive appendices listing film distributors, sources, and historical information as well as an index of authors, titles, and film personalities.

Pillaging the Empire: Piracy in the Americas, 1500-1750

Piracy in the Americas, 1500-1750

Author: Kris E Lane

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 216

View: 923

This introductory survey to maritime predation in the Americas from the age of Columbus to the reign of the Spanish king Philip V includes piracy, privateering (state-sponsored sea-robbery), and genuine warfare carried out by professional navies.