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The Tragedy of Corrib By Paddy Briggs
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“The Tragedy of Corrib” is a twenty page personal analysis of the main issues surrounding the controversial Corrib natural gas project in County Mayo, Ireland. The analysis is not a... More > technical one but revolves around the management of the external and community relations aspects of the project from its inception to 2008. The report is a frank assessment of the mismanagement of some aspects of the project by Shell and others, which led to the infamous jailing of the “Rossport 5” in 2005. The report makes some recommendations as to how a resolution of the difficulties of the project might be achieved. Paddy Briggs draws on his long experience as an executive with Shell (37 years) and his specialist knowledge and professional understanding as a commentator on reputation and issues management. < Less
The Tragedy of Corrib By Paddy Briggs
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“The Tragedy of Corrib” is a twenty page personal analysis of the main issues surrounding the controversial Corrib natural gas project in County Mayo, Ireland. The analysis is not a... More > technical one but revolves around the management of the external and community relations aspects of the project from its inception to 2008. The report is a frank assessment of the mismanagement of some aspects of the project by Shell and others, which led to the infamous jailing of the “Rossport 5” in 2005. The report makes some recommendations as to how a resolution of the difficulties of the project might be achieved. Paddy Briggs draws on his long experience as an executive with Shell (37 years) and his specialist knowledge and professional understanding as a commentator on reputation and issues management.< Less
The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson By Mark Twain
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Published in 1894 by Charles L. Webster, Pudd'nhead Wilson was Twain's seventh novel and includes an innovative approach with a seemingly false lead-in utilising the eponymous character only to have... More > him re-emerge in the climax to provide the means for a plot resolution. The central plot involves familiar devices such as mistaken or assumed identity revolving around a mother and son relationship that exposes racial discrimination in frontier America during the first half of the nineteenth century.< Less
PENELOPE, THE RELUCTANT SPIRIT: A GHOST STORY By PHYLLIS G. MCDANIEL
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A Southern antebellum plantation beauty undergoes a fantasy-like romance, tragedy and a paranormal return in her quest to find true love and resolution.
Gone Away is the Sun By Lisa Eisenrich
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A poignant first novel set in contemporary Alaska, Gone Away is the Sun tells the story of Peter Crist and Oliver Anderson, best friends since boyhood, and Claire Knight, the woman who comes between... More > them. When Peter, a charismatic photographer approaching the dark side of his twenties, returns from years abroad, the moment he lays eyes on Ollie's girlfriend he feels he cannot live without her. In his pursuit of Claire, as loyalties and desires realign, all three are changed irrevocably. When tragedy occurs in the seductive, but unforgiving Alaskan wilderness, they are forced to examine the meaning of love and regret, and take stock of who they've become. Have they made the right choices, or have their mistakes ruined them? Lisa Eisenrich's poetic use of language and metaphor carry the reader deeply into scenes of intimacy, rejection, loss, and resolution that mark the maturing of these unforgettable characters.< Less
Gone Away is the Sun By Lisa Eisenrich
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A poignant first novel set in contemporary Alaska, Gone Away is the Sun tells the story of Peter Crist and Oliver Anderson, best friends since boyhood, and Claire Knight, the woman who comes between... More > them. When Peter, a charismatic photographer approaching the dark side of his twenties, returns from years abroad, the moment he lays eyes on Ollie's girlfriend he feels he cannot live without her. In his pursuit of Claire, as loyalties and desires realign, all three are changed irrevocably. When tragedy occurs in the seductive, but unforgiving Alaskan wilderness, they are forced to examine the meaning of love and regret, and take stock of who they've become. Have they made the right choices, or have their mistakes ruined them? Lisa Eisenrich's poetic use of language and metaphor carry the reader deeply into scenes of intimacy, rejection, loss, and resolution that mark the maturing of these unforgettable characters.< Less
Akin to Pity: Book Three of Caliban's End By Paul Francis Stewart
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Chamberlain Llyr's assassination squads have suffered heavy losses but limp on, bloody yet resolute, to their destination -- Caliban's End. The plot to kill Caliban Grayson has come undone and all... More > the Myr's heroes can do is cling to the tattered threads that bind each of them to a desperate hope for survival. "Akin to Pity" is the third book in the Caliban's End trilogy, a sweeping, unconventional epic fantasy penned by Melbourne author Paul Francis Stewart. The first book in the tale is called What Lies Beneath. The second book is 'Into the Endless.< Less
Akin to Pity By Paul Francis Stewart
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Chamberlain Llyr's assassination squads have suffered heavy losses but limp on, bloody yet resolute, to their destination - Caliban's End. The plot to kill Caliban Grayson has come undone and all... More > the Myr's heroes can do is cling to the tattered threads that bind each of them to a desperate hope for survival. 'Akin to Pity' is the third book in the Caliban's End trilogy, a sweeping, unconventional epic fantasy penned by Melbourne author Paul Francis Stewart. The first book in the tale is called 'What Lies Beneath'. The second book is 'Into the Endless'.< Less
Akin to Pity By Paul Francis Stewart
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Chamberlain Llyr's assassination squads have suffered heavy losses but limp on, bloody yet resolute, to their destination - Caliban's End. The plot to kill Caliban Grayson has come undone and all... More > the Myr's heroes can do is cling to the tattered threads that bind each of them to a desperate hope for survival. 'Akin to Pity' is the third book in the Caliban's End trilogy, a sweeping, unconventional epic fantasy penned by Melbourne author Paul Francis Stewart. The first book in the tale is called 'What Lies Beneath'. The second book is 'Into the Endless'.< Less
Sunrise By Anders William Jorgensen
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The Metropolis may be humankind’s final outpost upon a planet that no longer enjoys the sun’s caress. Fields lie barren, and the sky boils with a turbid murk of pollution and oppressive... More > dread; skeletal towers pierce the gloom, casting a smothering penumbra in whose folds the underclasses struggle for survival and their abominable pleasures. A man with no remembrance of his life, bereft of humanity, kills without mercy for his survival and a desperate quest for resolution. His struggle this evening will irrevocably transform the sullen landscape of his life, and possibly the human race.< Less