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Let's Pray for Global Revival By Erroll Hulse
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Let’s Pray for Global Revival is a clarion call to action for churches around the world who eagerly are seeking the Lord to doagain the great works of... More > God in the hearts of men. The author makes a keen distinction between true revival and “revivalism,” showing the latter to be but the contrived work of men. He demonstrates by reflecting on historical revivals that true revival is not only possible in our day, but should be sought after and anticipated by the people of God everywhere. Erroll Hulse is editor of the bimonthly journal Reformation To-day and associate pastor of Leeds Reformed Baptist Church in England. He travels widely in conference work and has authored a number of books, including Introduction to the Puritans (Evangelical Press) and booklets such as Postmodernism – Attack on the Heart of Biblical Christianity.< Less
Kurdish Studies, Volume 4, Issue 1 - May 2016 By Transnational Press London
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Kurdish Studies Volume 4, No 1, May 2016 ISSN: 2051-4883 e-ISSN: 2051-4891 Editorial Martin van Bruinessen Sheik Ubeydullah and Islamic revivalism in Kurdistan ... More > Kamal Soleimani Language shift among Kurds in Turkey: a spatial and demographic analysis Sinan Zeyneloğlu, Ibrahim Sirkeci, Yaprak Civelek Mapping action and identity in the Kobani crisis response Thomas McGee In search of Kurdish moral imagination that tells us who the Kurds are Joanna Bocheńska Making sense: research as active engagement Joost Jongerden Book Reviews< Less
Sword & Planet By Rogue Planet Press
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John Carter and Dejah Thoris, Flash Gordon and Dale Arden, the Lensmen, the Galactic Patrol, where are you now? This anthology sets out to revive the spirit of former days of planetary romance, of... More > square jawed rocketeers and raiders of the spaceways, killer robots and space princesses, beastmen and barbarians; from the desert cities of Mars to the reptile infested jungles of lost worlds that time forgot…< Less
The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes the Book By Michael Amadio Editor
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The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes is a British television show, which includes two series of 13 fifty-minute episodes aired in 1971, the first, and 1973, the second. The program presented adaptations of... More > short mystery, suspense or crime stories featuring, as the title indicates, detectives who were literary rivals, and contemporaries, of Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. All the stories adapted to the show are included in this ebook, with the exception of “The Sensible Action of Lieutenant Holst” (Episode 6) and “Anonymous Letters” (Episode 8) of the second series, a Danish and Austrian detective story non-readily available in English.< Less
The Balcony By Dorothy Cameron Disney
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In the words of the introduction to the printging of the book at the time, “A gloomy and cavernous old family mansion, peopled with a group of characters who are all obviously concealing... More > something, has always been a favorite setting for a really first-rate murder story. In the hands of Disney, author of Death in the Back Seat and The Strawstack Murder, this setting provides the opportunity for a mystery for those who like to read their books sitting on the very edge of their chairs.”< Less
The Literary Roots of Penny Dreadful By Robert Louis Stevenson et al.
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Showtime’s Penny Dreadful is arguably the most literary TV show ever produced. It manages to adapt five literary works at once and to insert in its story line some of the best known fictional... More > characters from classic books of the horror, gothic, and supernatural genres. The show features a team of people who fight monsters, vampires, witches and similar entities in the gaslight and fog of Victorian London. The five main source texts of Penny Dreadful, a show that John Logan himself, the creator of the show, called “hyper-literate” are all collected in this eBook production, which also includes over a dozen illustrations, many from printed editions of the books.< Less
The Thirteenth Chair By Veiller Bayard
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"You know that kind of detective story in which a crime (preferably a murder) is committed or discovered in the first chapter so that all the rest of the book may be devoted to running the... More > criminal down, with elaborate, sometimes suspiciously elaborate, red herrings drawn repeatedly across the trail lest you know more than is good for you before the penultimate page is reached. This is the method of a thousand and one tales from Gaboriau to Anna Katherine Green, but it is a scheme that has been followed in mighty few plays, and it has been followed in none written for the American stage quite as thoroughly as in The 13th Chair." New York Times, November 21, 1916.< Less
Double for Death: A Tecumseh Fox Mystery By Rex Stout
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Before Nero Wolfe there were others detectives, such a Canby Rankin, Dol Bonner, and Tecumseh Fox who paved the road for the most famous of Stout’s characters. Tecumseh Fox in particular is a... More > fictional private detective created to provide some diversity from the opinionated, somewhat eccentric Nero Wolfe. Stout wrote only three mystery novels featuring the Tecumseh Fox before devoting himself to writing mostly Nero Wolfe books. Double for Death is the first of these novels. The other two, The Broken Vase and Bad for Business were later adapted to Nero Wolfe stories.< Less
The Master of Moons By Robert W. Chambers
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The Maker of Moons is the first collection of short stories to follow the publication of The King in Yellow. It contains eight stories, including the title story, with the first three linked by a... More > common theme. The other stories are a mix of romantic, humorous romantic and weird stories. This production includes all the stories of the original publication, including the black and white frontispiece illustration by Lancelot Speed.< Less
Bitter End and The Last Drive By Rex Stout
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Bitter End, the first novella length adventure featuring Nero Wolfe and Archie Goodwin, appeared in the November 1940 issue of The American Magazine. The story, which is dark and complex, explores... More > the family, business and personal relationships of the owners and employees of a specialty food manufacturer. Wolfe has a personal encounter with one of their products that has been poisoned and feels compelled to investigate Before there was Nero Wolfe there were others, detectives such a Canby Rankin, Dol Bonner, and Tecumseh who paved the road for the most famous of Stout’s detectives. The Last Drive features Canby Rankin, the “Southerner who had turned detective,” in a story serialized in Golfers Magazine. The story can be viewed as a precursor of Fer-de-Lance, the first Nero Wolfe and Archie Goodwin novel-length mystery, in the sense that the device used here is almost identical to the murder weapon at the center of Fer-de-Lance.< Less

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