Piscazzi s Pizza

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ISBN: 9781479730001
Release Date: 2012-12-07
Number of pages: 401
Author: Don Fred
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Download and read online Piscazzi s Pizza in PDF and EPUB The main thrust of Piscazzi’s Pizza is the hunt for a sadist who rapes and kills women in fictional Cuyahoga City, Ohio. Two friends, reporter Richard Sandrini and police captain Ralph Lee Macintar, search for the killer and each – because of their dysfunctional occupations – keeps information about the homicides from the other. Sandrini becomes a suspect early on, and sexy pizza proprietress Vicki Piscazzi throws a wrench into their friendship. Th e knowledge that Sandrini acquires about the 1970 student shooting exposes a conspiracy that promises to make Kent State University the lead story nationwide for the fi rst time since the 1970s. Mystery, conspiracy, murder, sex, humor, politics, romance, history, religion, philosophy. Piscazzi’s Pizza has the works.


A Nail Through the Heart With Bonus Content

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ISBN: 9780062049414
Release Date: 2010-08-01
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Author: Timothy Hallinan
Publisher: Harper Collins

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Inside the Mind of a Teen Killer

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ISBN: 9781595551528
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 224
Author: Phil Chalmers
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc

Download and read online Inside the Mind of a Teen Killer in PDF and EPUB Peer into the minds of teen killers with researcher Chalmers to understand the motives behind, and possibly prevent, their horrifying violence. He also offer ways to defuse teen violence.


The Force of Character

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ISBN: 9780307828590
Release Date: 2012-11-07
Number of pages: 272
Author: James Hillman
Publisher: Ballantine Books

Download and read online The Force of Character in PDF and EPUB In his bestselling The Soul's Code, James Hillman restored passion and meaning to the concept of identity, arguing that each of us is born with an innate character, the "daimon" or "spirit" that calls us to what we are meant to be. Now, in The Force of Character, Hillman brings the idea of character full circle, offering a revolutionary new vision of life's most feared and misunderstood chapter: old age. "Aging is no accident," Hillman writes. "It is necessary to the human condition, intended by the soul." We become more characteristic of who we are simply by lasting into later years; the older we become, the more our true natures emerge. Thus the final years have a very important purpose: the fulfillment and confirmation of one's character. Contrary to the current genetic determinism that sees increased longevity as a wasted aberrance created by civilization, The Force of Character presents an explosive new thesis: The changes of old age, even the debilitating ones, have purposes and values organized by the psyche. Memory for recent events may falter, offering more place for long-term recollections. A heart condition in later life brings an opportunity to remove blockages from constricted relationships, while changes in sleep patterns allow the old to experience the profound elements of nighttime that we usually overlook. As Hillman says, "Aging makes metaphors of biology." In this empowering and original work, James Hillman resurrects the ancient, widespread, and socially effective idea of the old person as "ancestor," a model for the young, the bearer of a society's cultural memory and traditions. America disregards old people who aren't young-acting and young-looking. We don't realize that "oldness" is an archetypal state of being that can add value and luster to things we treasure, places we revere, and people's character. When we open our imaginations to the idea of the ancestor, aging can free us from convention and transform us into a force of nature, releasing our deepest beliefs for the benefit of society. For all who read it, The Force of Character will be a seminal, life-affirming experience.


Annual Meeting Proceedings

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ISBN: CHI:68781757
Release Date: 2006
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Author: American Society of Clinical Oncology. Meeting
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Philosophy A Text with Readings

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ISBN: 9781133612100
Release Date: 2013-01-01
Number of pages: 672
Author: Manuel Velasquez
Publisher: Cengage Learning

Download and read online Philosophy A Text with Readings in PDF and EPUB Engaging and compelling on every page, Velasquez’s text helps you explore and understand philosophy while it helps you appreciate the relevance of philosophy to your day-to-day life and the larger social world. This trusted text combines clear prose and primary source readings to take you on a meaningful exploration of a range of philosophical topics, such as human nature, reality, truth, ethics, the meaning of life, diversity, and social/political philosophy. Carefully crafted built-in learning aids help you quickly master the material and succeed in your course. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.


The Lost Children

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ISBN: 9781786811745
Release Date: 2017-03-24
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Author: Helen Phifer
Publisher: Bookouture

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The Hard Way on Purpose

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ISBN: 9781451692754
Release Date: 2014-03-18
Number of pages: 272
Author: David Giffels
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online The Hard Way on Purpose in PDF and EPUB Award-winning author and journalist David Giffels explores the meaning of identity and place, hamburgers, hard work, and basketball in this collection of wry, irreverent essays reflecting on the many aspects of Midwestern culture and life from an insider’s perspective. In The Hard Way on Purpose, David Giffels takes us on an insider’s journey through the wreckage and resurgence of America’s Rust Belt. A native who never knew the good times, yet never abandoned his hometown of Akron, Giffels plumbs the touchstones and idiosyncrasies of a region where industry has fallen, bowling is a legitimate profession, bizarre weather is the norm, rock ’n’ roll is desperate, thrift store culture thrives, and sports is heartbreak. Intelligent, humorous, and warm, Giffels’s linked essays are about coming of age in the Midwest and about the stubborn, optimistic, and resourceful people who prevail there.


Superpredators

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ISBN: 9780738208336
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 242
Author: Peter T. Elikann
Publisher: Da Capo Press

Download and read online Superpredators in PDF and EPUB "An uncompromising look at the rise of violent crimes by America's children and the steps parents, teachers and mentors can take to save our children."


Thrill Killers

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ISBN: 0882822918
Release Date: 2007-10
Number of pages: 305
Author: Raymond Pingitore
Publisher:

Download and read online Thrill Killers in PDF and EPUB Chronicles the hunt for the killers of Amy Shute and Jason Burgeson, two college students who were murdered in Providence, Rhode Island in 2000.


Stop Me

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ISBN: 9781742926537
Release Date: 2011-09-03
Number of pages: 444
Author: Brenda Novak
Publisher: Harlequin Enterpises AU

Download and read online Stop Me in PDF and EPUB Romain Fornier lost his reason for living when his daughter was kidnapped and murdered. He used a cop’s gun to mete out his own justice and spent the next few years in prison. Once he was freed, he returned to his Cajun roots in small-town Louisiana. But now he learns that he might have killed the wrong man. Jasmine Stratford, a psychological profiler, is convinced his daughter’s killer is still alive – and that she and Romain have something in common. She believes the same man kidnapped her sister, Kimberly, sixteen years ago. Jasmine is determined to track him down when she receives an anonymous package, postmarked New Orleans – the bracelet she gave Kimberly for her eighth birthday. She approaches Romain because she knows he can help her if he chooses. But searching for the man who irrevocably changed both their lives means they have to rise to a killer’s challenge..


They Draw and Cook

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ISBN: 1616281383
Release Date: 2011-10-04
Number of pages: 224
Author: Nate Padavick
Publisher: Weldon Owen

Download and read online They Draw and Cook in PDF and EPUB Endlessly entertaining and engaging, They Draw & Cook, with more than 100 hand-illustrated recipes, presents a unique and artful cooking adventure for all ages. After starting their blog in February of 2010, Nate and Salli received hundreds of illustrated recipes from artists all over the world, which they decided to turn into a book. This book contains a sample of 107 of those illustrations that range in style from cute to goofy to absolutely gorgeous. The illustration styles range from elegant to cheeky, the recipes from drinks to desserts and everyday to extraordinary. You’ll find hilarious fare like Beetrooty-Yogurty-Thingummyji, Starving Artist Goo-lash, and Top Model Salad; international cuisine such as Moroccan Orange & Date Salad and Moules Frites; and tantalizing tastes like Marmalade Flapjacks and Chicken in Love. The perfect combination of flair and folly, this irresistible and colorful book will be a new favorite both in and out of the kitchen. Sample recipes: Toad in the Hole Marmalade Flapjacks Top Model Salad Starving Artist Goo-lash Chicken in Love Beetrooty-Yogurty-Thingummyjig Chocolate Haystacks Turn that Frown Upside Down Cake Coooooooookies