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The Heist By Muhammad Mehwar Anjum
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Baghdad in 1258 is at its culmination but the white shirt of Baghdad has a stain on it; a criminal mastermind, who along with 3 other men plan the biggest heist in the country. The execution is... More > perfect until greed intervenes and all is destroyed...along with the city. Today's Baghdad is the shadow of the Baghdad of 1258, but the US president is suspicious about Iraq. CIA investigates and discovers a unusual factory. They send their best wing to infiltrate and investigate but what they see changes their life...forever.< Less
Heist By Brendan McGinley
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A thrill-addicted thief is so good the heroes have no idea he exists, until a stranger hires him for the impossible job of breaking into superhero headquarters.
The Heist By Cody Rzonca
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my book is about a guy named mike who made a bad decision and needs money but became injured.
QUICK WHILE STILL By HEIST GALLERY
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QUICK WHILE STILL is an exhibition catalog for the show of the same name at HEIST GALLERY January 21-February 21, 2010, featuring paintings by Katherine Bernhardt, Kadar Brock, Mark Gibson, Matt... More > Jones, John Newsom, and Wendy White. The catalog has press releases from the NY and Tokyo versions of the show, each work in the exhibition reproduced, an essay by Colin Huerter, artist CVs, and an artist Q&A section.< Less
QUICK WHILE STILL By HEIST GALLERY
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QUICK WHILE STILL is an exhibition catalog for the show of the same name at HEIST GALLERY January 21-February 21, 2010, featuring paintings by Katherine Bernhardt, Kadar Brock, Mark Gibson, Matt... More > Jones, John Newsom, and Wendy White. The catalog has press releases from the NY and Tokyo versions of the show, each work in the exhibition reproduced, an essay by Colin Huerter, artist CVs, and an artist Q&A section.< Less
Murphy's Heist By David Chilcott
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When artist John McBride stumbles on a series of strange events, he finds that the biggest bullion heist since the eighties is about to be committed by small time criminal, Belfast-born Eamonn... More > Murphy, now living in England. His cruelty and greed exceeds his ability, and results in a bungled heist. However, he does get away with twelve million pounds worth of bullion. He struggles to get the haul out of England. Will his luck hold? McBride is chasing him all the way.< Less
The Pineville Heist By Lee Chambers
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Seventeen year old Aaron Stevens stumbles into the aftermath of a five million dollar bank heist gone wrong. Hiding under a canoe, Aaron partially catches the eye of one of the robbers. In the chaos... More > he sneaks away with the money and heads straight for the closest place of safety, his high school. Terrified, Aaron tells his shocking tale to Amanda Becker, his drama teacher, but it doesn't take long for one of the psychotic robbers to show up. In the locked down school the pair are relentlessly pursued in a quest to get the money back and wipe out the evidence.< Less
Traffic Heist By Buzz Hill
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When it comes to online business, there is only one thing that you need above all else; traffic. Whether you are an affiliate marketer, or you create your own info products and services,... More > without traffic, your business will never get off the ground and ultimately, your website doomed to be nothing more than wasted space, clutter, useless. After all, traffic equates to customers and without these prospects, there is no income, no profit, and no success. Thankfully, not all traffic comes with a hefty price tag, in fact, there are many ways to generate prime, targeted traffic to your websites and landing pages absolutely free. Known in most circles as “Bum Marketing”, these methods of generating traffic are often the highest converting, most targeted traffic that you can get, which is why, aside from the no cost factor, is why so many people are interested in learning exactly how it’s done. E-Book 56 Pages< Less
Nothing Is Better Than God By c.r. heist
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“I worked for a few different European institutions, including the Catholic Church. In my time, if you didn’t serve the authority, the authority served you on a plate. I didn’t... More > really want to do what I did. I felt pressure from very violent people. I did what I did because I was afraid.” I could easily understand how he felt. Authority usually had this effect on people. He continued, “Prophecies are written with cryptic correlations & esoteric references. This is most often thought to be a means of protection from church persecution for occult practices. If people can’t definitively say you wrote something heretical, it is harder to find you guilty of that crime. But that’s really only part of the reason. Another part is that it makes my prophecies easier to be melded into whatever events really happen later in time, as if I was close enough. People always had a tendency to respect events that were ‘close enough’ in similarity. The most important reason however, was< Less
Nothing Is Better Than God By c.r. heist
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“I worked for a few different European institutions, including the Catholic Church. In my time, if you didn’t serve the authority, the authority served you on a plate. I didn’t... More > really want to do what I did. I felt pressure from very violent people. I did what I did because I was afraid.” I could easily understand how he felt. Authority usually had this effect on people. He continued, “Prophecies are written with cryptic correlations & esoteric references. This is most often thought to be a means of protection from church persecution for occult practices. If people can’t definitively say you wrote something heretical, it is harder to find you guilty of that crime. But that’s really only part of the reason. Another part is that it makes my prophecies easier to be melded into whatever events really happen later in time, as if I was close enough. People always had a tendency to respect events that were ‘close enough’ in similarity. The most important reason however, was< Less