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SHADOW GAME By Darryl Sollerh
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FIRST PLACE, READER VIEWS LITERARY AWARDS; CHOICE AWARD WINNER, REBECCA READS; A FIRST HORIZON AWARD FINALIST (Hoffer Awards) and a READERS' FAVORITE BOOK AWARD FINALIST. "Riveting...You don't... More > want to put it down!" S. Marie Vernon, PACIFIC BOOK REVIEW. -- When Jarret, a seasoned assassin agrees to do one last “hit" in Indonesia, and discovers his hands have gained the power to heal, his carefully planned, secret world is thrown into chaos. Desperate to understand what's happening to him, he seeks out a local mystic, a Dalang of the spiritual Shadow Puppet Theater and his mysterious, mesmerizing daughter, only to soon find himself healing the sick of Jakarta's slums by night, while by day, planning the hit on the very presidential candidate trying to help them -- driving Jarret to a mental, emotional and spiritual crisis from which there is no escape, save the SHaDOW GAME.< Less
EASA Professional Pilot Studies By Phil Croucher
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Just as important as the exams is the interview panel (BA expect over 85% overall passing grade), and this is the book for those who want to deal with both - its purpose is to help you become a... More > professional, for which the exams are but a step on the way - doing the bare minimum to pass them makes you ill-prepared to be a pilot, which is not fair to future passengers and painfully obvious to employers (and interviewers) who certainly expect you to have more than a basic knowledge. It is a reference book that follows the ATPL syllabus, so you can use it before, during and after your exams, for the whole of your career!< Less
In the Shadow of the Crown: Some Men Look At Constitutions… By Christopher Reynolds
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Christopher Reynolds began an extensive study of Australian political history and the Australian Constitution when he was a senior professional staff member in the U.S. Congress in the 1980s. As... More > someone who drafted and promoted legislation, he was interested in Australia’s complicated relationship with Britain as well as what it needs to change to promote democracy. Quoting authors from Aristotle to Thomas Jefferson, and a host of Australian authorities, Reynolds outlines Australia’s journey from being a dominion of the British Empire toward independence. He supports his findings by examining documents from British archives, Australian constitutional debates, as well as the constitutions of other nations that lead to the path of meaningful reform. Take a revealing journey through the history of Australian politics and consider a model of government based on involvement and interaction rather than conflict with In the Shadow of the Crown.< Less
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