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The Last Rite By Jen Frankel
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This Will All Be Yours. . . What could be more enticing—or more terrifying— to a lonely thirteen-year-old than to be offered both companionship and limitless power? Kidnapped,... More > imprisoned in an underground labyrinth, Maggie Stuart must decide if the ancient being known to her only as “The Burnt Man” is friend or foe, if this is a new home or a deadly trap, and whether or not she can overcome her greatest fear—of what she herself is becoming. . . ABOUT THE AUTHOR Jen Frankel is the author of THE LAST RITE and its sequel THE RED RING, the first two books of the Maggie Stuart series. She writes in many different genres, but speculative fiction of any sort is what she loves best. She lives and works in Toronto, Canada.< Less
The Last Rite By Jen Frankel
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Maggie Stuart's dreams have started to come terrifyingly true. Good thing she's anything but your average 13 year old girl. Will she be pawn or player? And how will she overcome her greatest fear of... More > all: of what she herself is becoming?< Less
The Last Rites By Yvonne Mason
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In May 1975 a decomposed body on Uilrich Rd in Fort Pierce, Florida was found by two fishermen. At first the body was listed as a Jane Doe. When she was identified, the investigation was hampered by... More > all the ones who were talked to by law enforcement. The case went cold for a year, it was only after a prisoner had a case of consceince that the case was finally solved. Pauline Metler was buriend in an unmarked grave in Fort Pierce Cememtery and forgotten. She will never be forgotten again. This is her story.< Less
The Last Rites By Yvonne Mason
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In May 1975 a decomposed body on Uilrich Rd in Fort Pierce, Florida was found by two fishermen. At first the body was listed as a Jane Doe. When she was identified, the investigation was hampered by... More > all the ones who were talked to by law enforcement. The case went cold for a year, it was only after a prisoner had a case of consceince that the case was finally solved. Pauline Metler was buriend in an unmarked grave in Fort Pierce Cememtery and forgotten. She will never be forgotten again. This is her story.< Less
Last Rites By Claire Turner
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This story is all thanks to Thomas at Lieber guitars. I e-mailed him to check that it was okay for me to use the cover image in a different story, and he only told me the whole history of the... More > instrument! I was sufficiently fascinated by it to write my own version, about the fictional Jimmy Darko. It will not let me put the factual account that Thomas sent me here (too long), but you can click the link below to see it elsewhere. http://www.musicradar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20817 This document is 3 pages long, and I think it fair to charge 10p a page for it. That's how I work out the price for short story downloads.< Less
last rites of the patron saint of martyrdom By frankie j
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'last rites of the patron saint of martyrdom' is a ten year endevor and autobiography. a bit verbose, frankie j conveys a raw emotion about the situations she's found herself in. there is a silent... More > growth, a maturity in the end that was not prevalent in the beginning. the poems are a chronological timeline of a self-inflicted journey into being real.< Less
last rites of the patron saint of martyrdom By frankie j
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'last rites of the patron saint of martyrdom' is a ten year endevor and autobiography. a bit verbose, frankie j conveys a raw emotion about the situations she's found herself in. there is a silent... More > growth, a maturity in the end that was not prevalent in the beginning. the poems are a chronological timeline of a self-inflicted journey into being real.< Less
The Last American Painter By Steven Leyba
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In the tradition of the eccentric artist’s memoir like Salvador Dali’s Secret Life, The Last American Painter is a revealing and personal account of the life of an artist. Leyba is a... More > painter, a trickster, a social critic, a controversial public performance artist and folk hero loved and hated by many. He unapologetically embraces the warrior philosophy of his Apache ancestors, radical sexuality, contemporary Satanism, revenge, the use of sex acts and blood rituals as well as painting with his own bodily fluids. Experience a life and world few could even imagine was possible. He takes us into his very personal yet public life and exposes the contemporary life of a renegade artist in a world that praises entertainers and ignores mavericks. The Last American Painter delves into the cultural fireworks and controversies over his art and life, alludes to various governmental investigations and political scandals including the "Apache Whiskey Rite", a whiskey-sodomy protest ritual that scandalized San Francisco.< Less
Teaching Rites and Wrongs: Universities and the Making of Anthropologists (C-SAP Monograph 2) By David Mills, Mark Harris
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To what extent are recent changes in higher education impacting on classroom teaching? And how are they being experienced by new teachers? University reforms over the last twenty years are not simply... More > to do with the change in scale caused by expansion. The change is also one of an accelerating pace and complexity in the production, distribution and monitoring of institutional knowledge within a ‘risk society’, and the changing relationship of individuals to such knowl¬edge. A torrent of policy initiatives have accompanied public expectations for ‘accountability’ and ‘transparency’ across the public sector. Rothblatt describes the UK as ‘obsessed with evaluations of every kind’ (1997: 278), and Shore and Wright aptly label this process one of ‘coercive accountability’ (Shore and Wright 1999).< Less
Teaching Rites and Wrongs: Universities and the Making of Anthropologists (C-SAP Monograph 2) By David Mills, Mark Harris
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To what extent are recent changes in higher education impacting on classroom teaching? And how are they being experienced by new teachers? University reforms over the last twenty years are not simply... More > to do with the change in scale caused by expansion. The change is also one of an accelerating pace and complexity in the production, distribution and monitoring of institutional knowledge within a ‘risk society’, and the changing relationship of individuals to such knowl¬edge. A torrent of policy initiatives have accompanied public expectations for ‘accountability’ and ‘transparency’ across the public sector. Rothblatt describes the UK as ‘obsessed with evaluations of every kind’ (1997: 278), and Shore and Wright aptly label this process one of ‘coercive accountability’ (Shore and Wright 1999).< Less