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What Lurks in the Dark Shadows of the Heart? Most men who see Amanda Charles dance worship her from afar. But one "admirer" is getting too close to the glamorous showgirl...perilously close. The looks, style, and grace that make Amanda sparkle on stage have now made her something else: the target of a serial killer. Detective Tristan MacLaughlin has drawn the case that is pulling him deep into a world of pageantry and dazzle -- and closer to the stunning, violet-eyed beauty who keeps her secrets and emotions locked tightly inside. Tristan never thought he'd be bewitched by Amanda's charms, never though he'd care. And he never imagined that by wanting her, by trying to protect her, he'd place her in the gravest danger of all.
He invaded Earth and enslaved her body. She invaded his pants and took him to another galaxy.
Twenty-year-old Katy is thrilled to spend her spring break on the beach with her friends, until strange, muscular beings come forth from the waves, capturing women. When she wakes on a glittering and beautiful alien planet, Katy at first thinks she’s dreaming. Soon, however, she realizes the truth of her situation—she’s a prisoner. The women on the planet are treated as treasured slaves, and Katy yearns for her freedom, wanting only to escape and return to Earth. Abesi, the alien who brought her to his planet, has other plans for Katy. Although love between Abesi’s kind and their human captives is forbidden, he slowly begins to show Katy the depth of his feelings for her. Will his devotion lead to their deaths, or will true love conquer all on Earth and in the skies above?
Hop aboard the Thingamajigger and join the Cat and Co. as they travel the world and visit six different habitats—a tropical rainforest, the African savanna, a desert, the Arctic, a rocky shore, and Sally's backyard—in this sturdy, oversize board book with 50 flaps about places visited in the PBS Kids show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! See that jaguar hidden in the rain forest? Lift the flap to find out how its spotted fur helps the big cat disappear in the dappled light. See that patch of sand on the beach? Lift the flap to find a soft-shelled clam buried in the sand! Perfect for little hands and curious minds, this is a great way to introduce natural history featuring a character kids know and love!
Situated in education policy analysis, this book is at the cutting edge of major debates across the social sciences regarding the nature of science, qualitative/quantitative tensions, post-foundational possibilities, and the research/policy nexus. Located between the aftermath of poststructuralism and the new scientism afoot in neoliberal audit culture, the book posits an engaged social science that is accountable to complexity and the political value of not being so sure. Its insistence is to put deconstruction to work in the midst of messiness, contingency, and ambiguity. The book will be useful in courses on education, feminist policy analysis, and qualitative research across disciplines.
Book by Lenchner, George
International Aces (Volume 4: Canada - South Africa - Australia - New Zealand) features the graphic story retelling of five flying aces of World War One:William 'Billy' Bishop; Andrew 'Proccy' Beauchamp-Proctor; Robert Little; Keith Caldwell and Edward 'Eddie' V. Rickenbacker It is Volume Four of a series of four