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Bullet Riddled

Autor: Grant Whitus
Publisher: Waldorf Publishing
ISBN: 1943276021
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Grant Whitus joined the Colorado S.W.A.T in 1992. His seventeen year career was one of constant headlines. Among leading countless drug raids and hostage situations, he was on the front lines of the Columbine Massacre, The Platte County Tragedy, the Albert Petrosky shooting, and the Granby tank rampage. Speaking for the first time, Whitus gives the unvarnished truth of those, and many other, major S.W.A.T operations. Now retired, he opens up about his time behind the shield. Bullet Riddled is the full unabridged disclosure of what happened during his storied career; including the brutal morning of the Columbine Massacre. More than just a retelling, Bullet-Riddled is an in-depth look at the day-to-day of S.W.A.T and focuses on the men and women who inherit so much pain to keep us safe. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the aftermath of the Columbine tragedy. The following days saw major changes within S.W.A.T. Men cracked, leaders folded and the entire country demanded changes. But these changes, like all reforms, met with stiff resistance from the old guard. Friendships turned into rivals and the infrastructure of S.W.A.T began to unravel. As resignations piled up, Grant rebuilt the entire team from hand-selected recruits. He finally had his elite team, one that would face new demons and disorders.

Sink Swim Die The Bullet Riddled Yacht Book 2

Autor: Jay Giles
Publisher: RP Media
ISBN: 1627164626
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From The Author Of Blindsided & Time On The Wire Left for dead by smugglers, Will Taggert must figure out how to save the damaged luxury yacht, the Venetian, and get her home to the U.S. With the yacht barely sea worthy, Will knows it won’t be the little-umbrellas-in-fancy-drinks pleasure cruise he was promised. Worse, he’s worried about what’s waiting for him in Florida. Banning Sloan, the bank CEO who sent him to Rio to collect the yacht, is suddenly being evasive. Garcia Cabrera, Sloane’s nemesis and the yacht’s former owner, may be trying to steal her back. And then there’s his newfound relationship with the yacht’s chef—the mysterious Su Li. Is she on his side or is she working for someone else? Granted, the Venetian is a valuable yacht, but Will’s convinced there’s more to it than that. Something—some contraband—has to be hidden onboard. When the Venetian arrives in Florida, all the players converge and Will hopes to get answers. Instead, the killing begins. As one after another of the key players are eliminated, Will realizes he’s caught in a cat and mouse game with the killer. With the help of the authorities, Will sets in motion a plan to lure the killer to them. It works. Too well. Will finds himself face to face with the killer, a gun barrel once again pressed to his forehead. Tough spot. But he’s come too far to let this guy beat him now.

Killing Goldfinger

Autor: Wensley Clarkson
Publisher: Quercus Publishing
ISBN: 1786484870
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KILLING GOLDFINGER charts the extraordinary rise and spectacular bullet-riddled fall of John Palmer, the richest, most powerful criminal ever to have emerged from the modern British underworld. During the late 1990s, Palmer was rated as rich as The Queen by the Sunday Times Rich List. Palmer earned his nickname Goldfinger after smelting (in his back garden) tens of millions of pounds worth of stolen gold bullion from the 20th century's most lucrative heist; the Brink's-Mat robbery. Palmer then used his share of the millions to become the vicious overlord of a vast illegal timeshare property empire in Tenerife. At the same time, Goldfinger financed huge international drugs shipments as well as some of the most notorious UK robberies of the past 30 years, including the £50m Securitas heist in Kent in 2006 and, many believe, the Hatton Garden heist in 2015. Palmer vowed to hunt down all his underworld enemies. But in the end it was those same criminals who decided to bring his life to an end. Murdered in June 2015, with charges of fraud, money laundering and worse pending, this book tells his murky story for the first time. As outrageous and bullet-riddled as the hit Netflix series Narcos, Killing Goldfinger tells the true story of Britain's underworld kingpin, who turned the sunshine holiday island of Tenerife into his very own Crime Incorporated and then paid the ultimate price.

Killing Charlie

Autor: Wensley Clarkson
ISBN: 9781840188165
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Killing Charlie charts the extraordinary rise and spectacular fall of Charlie Wilson, the most powerful villain to emerge from Britain's crime of the twentieth century: the Great Train Robbery.Wilson's life story is one of greed, corruption and an eventual descent into a living hell as his rivals decide to wipe him off the face of the earth - with the tacit approval of Spanish, British and US drug enforcement agencies. Although he first made his name in the underworld following the Great Train Robbery, it was as a drug emperor of unquenchable savagery that Wilson came to be regarded as an all-powerful criminal capable of cold-blooded brutality that spelt the end for many of those who crossed him. Killing Charlie takes us on a roller-coaster ride though five decades of the London underworld, including a long spell on the Costa del Crime and forays into the deadliest killing fields of all: South America. Meticulously researched, it uses a strong narrative to pull the reader into Wilson's bizarre, sordid, crime-filled world; one that took him from the slums of south-west London to the drug barons and playgrounds of Colombia and Spain via a lucrative role in developing London's Docklands. A complex web of killings, armed robberies and multi-million pound drug deals lay behind the criminal life and times of Wilson. Yet his story also provides a history of organised crime in Britain, starting when Jack Spot faded out in the '50s as the Krays came to prominence and ending with Wilson's own violent demise in the '90s.

Goat Castle

Autor: Karen L. Cox
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469635046
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In 1932, the city of Natchez, Mississippi, reckoned with an unexpected influx of journalists and tourists as the lurid story of a local murder was splashed across headlines nationwide. Two eccentrics, Richard Dana and Octavia Dockery—known in the press as the "Wild Man" and the "Goat Woman"—enlisted an African American man named George Pearls to rob their reclusive neighbor, Jennie Merrill, at her estate. During the attempted robbery, Merrill was shot and killed. The crime drew national coverage when it came to light that Dana and Dockery, the alleged murderers, shared their huge, decaying antebellum mansion with their goats and other livestock, which prompted journalists to call the estate "Goat Castle." Pearls was killed by an Arkansas policeman in an unrelated incident before he could face trial. However, as was all too typical in the Jim Crow South, the white community demanded "justice," and an innocent black woman named Emily Burns was ultimately sent to prison for the murder of Merrill. Dana and Dockery not only avoided punishment but also lived to profit from the notoriety of the murder by opening their derelict home to tourists. Strange, fascinating, and sobering, Goat Castle tells the story of this local feud, killing, investigation, and trial, showing how a true crime tale of fallen southern grandeur and murder obscured an all too familiar story of racial injustice.

Kashmir Its Aborigines And Their Exodus

Autor: Colonel Tej K Tikoo
Publisher: Lancer Publishers LLC
ISBN: 1935501585
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Exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from Kashmir in 1989 was their seventh such exodus since the arrival of Islam in Kashmir in the fourteenth century. This was precipitated by the outbreak of Pakistan-sponsored insurgency across Kashmir Valley in 1989. The radical Islamists targeted Pandits - a minuscule community in Muslim dominated society creating enormous fear, panic and grave sense of insecurity. In the face of ruthless atrocities inflicted on them, the Pandits’ sole concern was ensuring their own physical safety and their resolve not to convert to Islam. Over 350,000 Kashmiri Pandits were forced to flee en masse leaving their home and hearth. This was the single largest forced displacement of people of a particular ethnicity after partition of India. Pandits’ travails did not end with the exodus. The obstructive and intimidating attitude of the State administration towards the Pandit refugees made their post-exodus existence even more miserable. The Government at the Centre too remained indifferent to their plight. This book traces the Pandits’ economic and political marginalization in the State over the past six decades and covers in detail the events that led to their eventual exodus. In the light of ethnic cleansing of Pandits from the Valley, the book also examines some critical issues so crucial to India’s survival as a multi-cultural, liberal and secular democracy.

Mordecai Gebirtig

Autor: Mordecai Gebirtig
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275966577
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Introduces an English-speaking audience to the the most important songs of Mordechai Gebirtig, a major Yiddish poet and composer who was killed during the Holocaust.

The New Intifada

Autor: Roane Carey
Publisher: Verso
ISBN: 9781859843772
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Examines the Palestinian uprising that began in September 2000, discussing its origins, its consequences, the role of the United States, the response of the Israeli government, and the impact on the future of peace in the region.

The Sixteenth Round

Autor: Rubin Carter
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 1569768617
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"A document of life lived in the center of hell." --Sports Illustrated "A shocking, savage and brilliant indictment of racial injustice and the inhumanity of the prison." --Globe and Mail Rubin "Hurricane" Carter was riding a wave of success. The survivor of a difficult youth, he rose to become a top contender for the middleweight boxing crown. But his career crashed to a halt on May 26, 1967, when he and another man were found guilty of the murder of three white people and sentenced to three consecutive life terms. Written from prison and first published in 1974, The Sixteenth Round chronicles Hurricane's journey from the ring to solitary confinement. The book was his cry for help to the public, an attempt to set the record straight and force a new trial. Bob Dylan wrote his classic anthem "Hurricane" about his struggle, and Muhammad Ali and thousands of others took up his cause. The power of Carter's voice, as well as his ironic humor, makes this an eloquent, soul-stirring account of a remarkable life. Rubin "Hurricane" Carter was released from prison in 1988. Former chair and CEO of Canada's Association in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted and, since 2005, CEO of Innocence International, Dr. Carter is the author of Eye of the Hurricane: My Path from Darkness to Freedom. His life has been the subject of three books and a major motion picture, The Hurricane, starring Denzel Washington. The recipient of honorary doctor of law degrees from Griffith University, Australia, and York University, Toronto, Dr. Carter lives in Toronto.

To Love A Man

Autor: Karen Robards
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
ISBN: 0759522030
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In this thrilling contemporary romance, a journalist discovers that she is out of her element in a world of war. Lisa Collins came to Africa to get a story, but what she got instead was a dramatic rescue from terrorists by a rugged soldier of fortune. Now, in the isolated bush country, danger is very near, and heroes are hard to come by.

Scientists And Human Rights In Guatemala

Autor: Institute of Medicine
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309047935
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Roughly 40 thousand people have been killed or made to "disappear" for political reasons in Guatemala during the last 30 years. Despite vows and some genuine efforts by the current government, human rights abuses and political killings continue. Scientists and Human Rights in Guatemala presents a history of the violence and the research findings and conclusions of a 1992 delegation to Guatemala. The focus of the book is on the human rights concerns and the responses of the government and military authorities to those concerns. Background and status of an investigation into the political murder of an eminent Guatemalan anthropologist is presented along with an overview of the impact of the repression on universities, research institutions, and service and human rights organizations.

The Thin Man

Autor: Dashiell Hammett
Publisher: Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
ISBN: 0307767507
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In Dashiell Hammett's famous crime novel, we meet one of the detective-story master's most enchanting creations, Nick and Nora Charles, a rich, glamorous couple who solve homicides in between wisecracks and martinis. At once knowing and unabashedly romantic, The Thin Man is a classic murder mystery that doubles as a sophisticated comedy of manners.

Beyond Bullet Points Using Microsoft Powerpoint To Create Presentations That Inform Motivate And Inspire

Autor: Cliff Atkinson
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 0735646139
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Unload those boring, bullet-riddled slides—and unlock the amazing story buried in your presentation! In BEYOND BULLET POINTS, communications expert Cliff Atkinson shares his innovative three-step system for increasing the impact of your communications with Microsoft PowerPoint. He guides you, step by step, as you discover how to combine the tenets of classic storytelling with the power of the projected media to create a rich, engaging experience. He walks you through his easy-to-use templates, plus 50 advanced tips, to help build your confidence and effectiveness—and quickly bring your ideas to life! FOCUS: Learn how to distill your best ideas into a crisp and compelling narrative. CLARIFY: Use a storyboard to clarify and visualize your ideas, creating the right blend of message and media. ENGAGE:Move from merely reading your slides to creating a rich, connected experience with your audience—and increase your impact! Inside!: See sample storyboards for a variety of presentation types—including investment, sales, educational, and training.

Thomas Hardy Reappraised

Autor: Keith Wilson
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442659548
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As a writer who achieved major eminence in both fiction and poetry and whose engagement with these genres encompassed the period of transition from Victorianism to Modernism, Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) enjoys a unique position in English Literary History. Michael Millgate, University Professor of English Emeritus at the University of Toronto is widely recognized as the world's foremost Thomas Hardy scholar. His contributions to the study of Hardy over more than three decades include his recently 'revisited' biography, the seven volume edition of Hardy's collected letters, and the influential critical study Thomas Hardy: His Career as a Novelist. In Thomas Hardy Reappraised, editor Keith Wilson pays tribute to Millgate's many contributions to Hardy studies by bringing together new work by fifteen of the world's most eminent Hardy scholars. These essays address questions of biblical and literary allusiveness, cultural, historical, and philosophical context, narrative and poetic theory and practice, as well as Hardy's place in the modern world and his influence on younger writers. Together, the contributors offer one of the most significant reappraisals of Hardy's work to have appeared since Michael Millgate helped to transform Hardy studies. They offer graphic testimony to Hardy's enduring popularity and importance. Contributors: Pamela Dalziel Mary Rimmer Dennis Taylor Barbara Hardy U.C. Knoepflmacher Marjorie Garson Ruth Bernard Yeazell Simon Gatrell J. Hillis Miller George Levine Jeremy V. Steele William W. Morgan Samuel Hynes Norman Page W. J. Keith

The Babylon Boat

Autor: Ben Aldiss
ISBN: 1411684206
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The taming of British legal eagle Athelstan Costerlyme QC in the tropical jurisdiction of Santa Iguana. A light hearted but lusty romance set against a legal- maritime backdrop of sabotage; seamanship; kidnapping, foul play; missionary girls, secret initiation rites and tropical passions in the recently Independent Republic of Santa Iguana to the near North East of Australia The story unfolds variously in the High Court; in the dense jungles of Santa Iguana's mountainous interior; and with raunchy goings on in the bedrooms and bars of Port Ranulf's Grand Hotel as mid western missionary girl Dorcas rescues Athelstan from kidnapping, and Barristers Amy Fernandez and YoYo Balls Bender-formerly of Melbourne Australia- do battle before Mr. Justice Krill over the salvage of the Babylon Boat.

Tarnished Men

Autor: Hagler
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477153993
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EVERYONE NEEDS A HERO In the heart of the Cape flats, gangsters and drug dealers hold communities hostage. The average Cape Malay is not the go meekly into the darkness sort of person. They have a history of hardship, brutality and a stubborn determination not be subjugated. So it should come as no surprise that the anti-drug committees in various suburbs on the Cape Flats are developing a stronger more violent rhetoric. And when they are hijacked by a radical religious sect, lit fuses becomes more than just a clich. Linda Chambers has a nine year old daughter -Lisa who is being stalked by a dangerous predator and the police refuse to help. In desperation she turns to her brother, he is street smart and he knows people. Or rather he knows Iron. As Iron delves deeper he finds things are not what they seem is it ever? The predator stalking Lisa is not acting alone; he is connected and protected, pitting Iron against a criminal organisation that will stop at nothing to carve out a niche in the Cape Flats underworld. And whats the connection between religious fanatics who want to recruit Iron and an Imam with ties to the underworld? Set in Cape Town, Tarnished Men is a non-stop ride through a post-apartheid South Africa, still brimming with hate and resentment. What they said about Reaching Discontent by Hagler: Reaching Discontent is a powerful new novel from a man who understands a world most of us will never experience. You get a very engaging story and the characters are not one dimensional - each of them have their own demons and the actions they take have consequences, sometimes dire, to those they love - eBook of the Month Club. Recommended reading! Benjamin Jones Author of the Humanities Ultimate Battle Series a rip-roaring, blood-soaked adventure storyReaching Discontent is much more than its street fighting. Its a well-crafted, lavishly descriptive novel -Shafiq Morton Surfing Behind the Wall blog spot.

First Assignment

Autor: Christopher F. Falcone
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595737021
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A young, idealistic CIA agent is assigned his first big casecracking a gun ring in Bangkok, Thailand. FIRST ASSIGNMENT is an action-packed espionage thriller played out on the murky streets of one of the world's most exciting cities. Kyle Jordan is flanked by a solid partner, Robert Jackson, whom he initially misjudges; supervised by a hardened team leader, Roger Petty, whom he cannot stand but must respect; and coaxed deeper into head-spinning mayhem by his sole contact, Carla Kwon, an intriguing beauty who is everything but what she seems. FIRST ASSIGNMENT is a rich confluence of events and players brought about by a single directive: bring down one Lin Chu, the most legendary arms smuggler, and prolific killer, east of the Atlantic Ocean. The team is charged with the critical tasks of finding out where Chu is getting the weapons from, who he's selling to, and perhaps most importantly, how powerful are the weapons he's distributing?


Autor: F. Paul Wilson
Publisher: Forge Books
ISBN: 1429915366
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The ninth Repairman Jack novel brims with murder, international terrorism, sibling rivalry, and a truly infernal device. A mutual tragedy throws Jack together with his brother Tom, a judge from Philadelphia. They've never been close, and it doesn't take Jack long realize that's a good thing. Tom and he are opposites. Still, Tom convinces Jack to go on a trip to get to know each other better. He has a map locating a wreck off the coast of Bermuda and wants Jack to help him find it. Reluctantly Jack agrees. But instead of treasure they find a strange object, part organic, part manmade, known as the Lilitongue of Gefreda. Ancient lore claims that it is a means "to elude all enemies and leave them helpless." The big question is, why does Tom want such a thing? And if the Lilitongue lives up to the legend, where does it take you? No one seems to know. Matters take a bizarre and dangerous turn-no surprise for a Repairman Jack novel--when someone accidentally activates the Lilitongue. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

The Blood Of Losers

Autor: Dean Garrison
Publisher: Aventine Press
ISBN: 1593301952
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Denny Hargrave is a police crime scene technician with a problem. Every night, he drives the same decaying urban streets, photographing the dead and dying, fingerprinting murder scenes, and making diagrams of the slaughter. Lately, Denny has noticed that even the living appear to be dead. As Hargrave's strange world grows even stranger, he finds that only the old movie stars on his television seem really alive anymore. As the dead struggle for more of his time and attention, Denny fights a losing battle with madness.