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Cold Courage

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Cold Courage by Pekka Hiltunen Book Summary:

Cold Blood. Cold Case. Cold Courage. When Lia witnesses a disturbing scene on her way to work, she, like the rest of the City of London, is captivated and horrified. As details unfurl in the media, the brutal truth emerges ? a Latvian prostitute has been killed, her body run over by a steamroller and then placed in the boot of a car to be found. As the weeks pass and no leads are found, the news story dies but Lia finds herself unable to forget. When she meets Mari, another Finn living in London, she thinks it fortuitous, but Mari has engineered the meeting for her own advantage. There is much more to Mari than meets the eye: she possesses an unnatural ability to ?readOCO people, to see into their innermost thoughts and pre-empt their actions. Mari heads up a unit she calls the ?StudioOCO ? a group she employs made up of four disparate people: a hacker, a set designer, a private detective and an actress. They are loyal to Mari, and she has bound them to her by granting them life-changing favours. Cold Courage is a gripping psychological thriller debut by award-winning Finnish author Pekka Hiltunen ? skilfully paced, intense and intelligent."

Encyclopedia of Nordic Crime Fiction

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Encyclopedia of Nordic Crime Fiction by Mitzi M. Brunsdale Book Summary:

Since the late 1960s, the novels of Sjowall and Wahloo's Martin Beck detective series, along with the works of Henning Mankell, Hakan Nesser and Stieg Larsson, have sparked an explosion of Nordic crime fiction - grim police procedurals treating urgent sociopolitical issues affecting the contemporary world. Steeped in noir techniques and viewpoints, many of these novels are reaching international audiences through film and television adaptations. This reference guide introduces the world of Nordic crime fiction to English-speaking readers. Caught between the demands of conscience and societal strictures, the detectives in these stories - like the heroes of Norse mythology - know that they and their world must perish, but fight on regardless of cost. At a time of bleak eventualities, Nordic crime fiction interprets the bitter end as a celebration of the indomitable human spirit.

Delphi Complete Works of Friedrich Nietzsche (Illustrated)

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Delphi Complete Works of Friedrich Nietzsche (Illustrated) by Friedrich Nietzsche Book Summary:

The German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche became one of the most influential thinkers of the nineteenth century, whose attempts to unmask the motives that underlie traditional Western religion, morality and philosophy would deeply affect generations of philosophers, psychologists and authors. This comprehensive eBook presents Nietzsche’s complete works, with numerous illustrations, rare texts appearing in digital print for the first time, informative introductions and the usual Delphi bonus material. (Version 1) * Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Nietzsche’s life and works * Concise introductions to the novels and other texts * ALL the published books, with individual contents tables * Images of how the books were first published, giving your eReader a taste of the original German texts * Excellent formatting of the texts * Includes rare translations of Nietzsche’s poetry * Easily locate the poems you want to read * Includes Nietzsche’s rare autobiography ‘Ecce Homo’ * Special criticism section, with essays evaluating Nietzsche’s contribution to modern thought * Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres Please note: there are no known translations in the public domain of a few early essays. When more translations become available, they will be added to the collection as a free update. Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles CONTENTS: The Philosophical Writings HOMER AND THE CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY ON THE FUTURE OF OUR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS THE GREEK STATE AND OTHER FRAGMENTS THE RELATION BETWEEN A SCHOPENHAUERIAN PHILOSOPHY AND A GERMAN CULTURE HOMER’S CONTEST THE BIRTH OF TRAGEDY ON TRUTH AND LIES IN A NONMORAL SENSE PHILOSOPHY IN THE TRAGIC AGE OF THE GREEKS THOUGHTS OUT OF SEASON HUMAN, ALL TOO HUMAN THE DAWN OF DAY THE JOYFUL WISDOM THUS SPOKE ZARATHUSTRA BEYOND GOOD AND EVIL THE GENEALOGY OF MORALS THE CASE OF WAGNER THE TWILIGHT OF THE IDOLS THE ANTICHRIST NIETZSCHE CONTRA WAGNER THE WILL TO POWER WE PHILOLOGISTS The Poetry LIST OF POEMS LIST OF POEMS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER The Autobiography ECCE HOMO The Criticism FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE by George Brandes NIETZSCHE by John Cowper Powys NIETZSCHE AND WAGNER by Arthur Johnstone THE GERMAN WAR-TRIUMVIRATE by CHARLES SAROLEA PROPHETS OF DISSENT: NIETZSCHE by Otto Heller NIETZSCHE AND OTHER EXPONENTS OF INDIVIDUALISM by Paul Carus Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles

Param Vir

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Param Vir by Major General Ian Cardozo Book Summary:

This is the story of men under fire, of the courageous Indian soldier inspired by his officers. While war is an extension of the politics of a nation, it ultimately falls to the lot of the soldier to face combat on the ground. Schooled in the culture of 'Service before Self', soldiers of the Indian Army take their challenges head-on, turning adversity into opportunity, overcoming impossible situations with a smile. While some of their deeds of valour are rewarded, many more need to be remembered. What makes these men the way they are? This book helps us understand better the Indian soldier and his degree of commitment to the Indian Army, and to the nation that he serves.

A Preface To Morals

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A Preface To Morals by Walter Lippmann Book Summary:

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Canton's Pioneers in Flight

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Canton's Pioneers in Flight by Kimberly A. Kenney Book Summary:

Canton boasts a rich aviation heritage, reaching back to the earliest pioneers of flight. Local resident Frank S. Lahm founded the Aero Club of Ohio here and his son Frank P. Lahm worked with the Wright brothers on some of their earliest test flights. William Martin's monoplane, the first single-wing airplane in the world, was invented here. Other Canton firsts include Martin's wife Almina, the world's first female airplane pilot; Bernetta Miller, one of the first women to earn a pilot's license; and Louise Timken, the first woman to own and operate a private jet. The Timken Company developed a steel alloy here that allowed planes to fly at higher altitudes.

Strafer Desert General

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Strafer Desert General by N. S. Nash Book Summary:

Unexpectedly selected by Churchill to command 8th Army in 1942 in place of the sacked Auchinleck, 'Strafer' Gott was targeted by German intelligence as he flew to Cairo to take up his new post. Six ME109s intercepted his aircraft and, after shooting it down, deliberately machine-gunned the crash scene. Gott became the only Allied general to be successfully targeted by the Germans and, as a result, Montgomery was given command and the rest is history.But as this long overdue and well researched biography reveals, 'Strafer' deserves to be remembered for his exceptionaltalents, meteoric career and record of gallantry. As a young officer in The Great War he won the Military Cross (many thought a VC would have been more appropriate) and he repeatedly attempted to escape. In 1939 he was commanding his Battalion as a Lieutenant Colonel and two years later he became a Lieutenant General. He was recognised as a superb Desert General whose aggression, originality and leadership qualities were supported by charm, warmth and compassion.While it is fascinating, if unproductive, to surmise what would have happened had Gott and not Monty fought Rommel, it can be confidently said that relations with our allies would have benefitted.Drawing on primary source material, this first biography of an outstanding soldier and commander is not only a rewarding and revealing read but an important addition to the bibliography of the Second World War.As featured in the Dover Express, Ashford Herald and Folkestone Herald.

A second course of sermons for the year, abridged from the most eminent divines of the established Church

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A second course of sermons for the year, abridged from the most eminent divines of the established Church by John Rogers Pitman Book Summary:

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The Underground War

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The Underground War by Nigel Cave,Philip Robinson Book Summary:

This is the first part of a planned four-volume series focusing on a hitherto largely neglected aspect of the Great War on the Western Front - the war underground. The subject has fascinated visitors to the battlefields from the very beginning of battlefield pilgrimages in the years immediately after the Armistice, and locations such as Hill 60 and the Grange Subway at Vimy have always been popular stops on such tours. Three other volumes will follow, covering the Somme, Ypres and French Flanders. Each book in the series has a short description of the formation and development of Tunnelling Companies in the BEF and a glossary of technical terms.This volume looks mainly at the central Artois, the environs of the whole line of the Vimy Ridge to the River Scarpe and Arras. It does not aim to be a complete treatment of the intensive mining operations along this front. It concentrates on mining, in the area of Vimy Ridge, in Arras itself and at the use of ancient underground quarries, taking Roeux as a good example. There are extensive descriptions of mining on and around Vimy Ridge, including photography and explanations of systems that have been accessed recently but are closed to the public, such as the Goodman Subway. The narrative draws on French and German archival material and personal descriptions. The text is illustrated with numerous diagrams and maps, in particular from the British and German records, and there is an exhaustive guide to the Grange Subway. Other sites open to the public, in particular the Wellington Cave, are also explained and put into context."BBC History - Archaeologists are beginning the most detailed ever study of a Western Front battlefield, an untouched site where 28 British tunnellers lie entombed after dying during brutal underground warfare. For WWI historians, it's the "holy grail"."

The U-Boat War

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The U-Boat War by Edwyn A Gray Book Summary:

“2.20PM Directly in front of us I sighted four funnels and the masts of a passenger steamer at right angles to our course coming from the SW and going towards Galley Head. 3:10 PM Torpedo shot at a distance of 700 meters below the surface” - from the log of the German submarine U-20. The explosion that followed changed history as the date of the ship's log was may 7, 1915, the steamer was the Lusitania, and the torpedo sent 1195 innocent men, women, and children to a watery grave. In 1914, U-Boats were a new and untried weapon, and when such a weapon can bring a mighty empire to the briink of defeat there is a story worth telling. Edwyn Gray's The U-Boat War is the history of the Kaiser's attempt to destroy the British Empire by a ruthless campaign of unrestricted submarine warfare. It opens with Germany's first tentative experiments with the submarines and climaxes with the naval mutiny that helped bring down the Kaiser. In between is is a detailed account of a campaign of terror which, by April 1917,had the British Empire on the verge of surrender. The cost in lives and equipment was staggering. On the German side, 4894 sailors and 515 officers lost their lives in action; 178 German Submarines were destroyed by the allies; 14 were scuttled and 122 surrendered. According to the most reliable sources, 5,708 ships were destroyed by the U-Boats and 13,333 non-combatants perished in British Ships. World figures for civilian casualties were never released The U-Boat War is a savage but thrilling account of men fighting for their lives beneath the sea, and of the boats that changed the face of naval warfare.

Brood of the Dark Moon

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Brood of the Dark Moon by Charles Willard Diffin Book Summary:

Once more Chet, Walt and Diane are united in a wild ride to the Dark Moon-but this time they go as prisoners of their deadly enemy Schwartzmann.

Secrets of the Blue Cliff Record

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Secrets of the Blue Cliff Record by Thomas Cleary Book Summary:

The Blue Cliff Record is a classic text of Zen Buddhism, designed to assist in the activation of dormant human potential. The core of this extraordinary work is a collection of one hundred traditional citations and stories, selected for their ability to bring about insight and enlightenment. These vignettes are known as gongan in Chinese and koan in Japanese. Secrets of the Blue Cliff Record is a fresh translation featuring newly translated commentary from two of the greatest Zen masters of early modern Japan, Hakuin Ekaku (1685–1768) of the Rinzai sect of Zen and Tenkei Denson (1648–1735) of the Soto sect of Zen. This translation and commentary on The Blue Cliff Record sheds new light on the meaning of this central Zen text.

The Corpse - Harbinger

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The Corpse - Harbinger by G. Wells Taylor Book Summary:

"Dead though my employer was, like his peers the Corpse retained the knowledge of self, human with the shadow of emotion and feeling; the empty echo of which must have made the reclining position insufferable at any time, though he claimed their lack improved his powers of deduction. No idle boast since none could dispute that he was the greatest detective of our time.' Julian Pachs Esq.

Children Above 180 IQ Stanford-Binet

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Children Above 180 IQ Stanford-Binet by Leta Stetter Hollingworth Book Summary:

Example in this ebook This study is founded upon the work of Francis Galton, on the one hand, and of Albert Binet, on the other. It goes back to Galton's Hereditary Genius, read as a prescribed reference in the courses of Professor Edward L. Thorndike, in 1912; and to the publication in 1916 of Professor Lewis M. Terman's Stanford Revision of the Binet-Simon Scale for Measuring Intelligence. It comprises observations, measurements, and conversations covering a period of twenty-three years, during which acquaintanceships and friendships, every one of them delightful, have been formed and maintained with the twelve individuals who form the basis of the study. It was in November, 1916, shortly after taking appointment as instructor in educational psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University, that I saw for the first time a child testing above 180 IQ (S-B). I was teaching a course in the psychology of mentally deficient children, and it seemed to me that my class should if possible observe under test conditions one bright child for the sake of contrast. Accordingly, I asked whether any teacher present could nominate a very intelligent pupil for demonstration. Miss Charlotte G. Garrison and Miss Agnes Burke, teachers in the Horace Mann School, Teachers College, New York City, thereupon nominated the child who is called E in this monograph. E was presented at the next meeting of the class. It required two full classroom periods to test this child to the limits of the Stanford-Binet Scale, which had just then been published. E exhausted the scale without being fully measured by it, achieving an IQ of at least 187. He was on that date 8 years 4 months old. This IQ of at least 187 placed E in Galton's Class X of able persons; i.e., more than six "grades" removed from mediocrity. Taking 1 PE#dis# as one "grade," it placed him at least plus 11 PE from the norm; for 1 PE (Probable Error) equals 8 IQ, according to Terman's original distribution of 905 school children. This appeared as sufficiently striking to warrant permanent recording, since it would rate E as one in a million for statistical frequency, assuming "zeal and power of working" to be also abundantly present. I did not at that time have any expert knowledge of highly intelligent children. I had been working for some years in the hospitals of New York City with persons presented for commitment to reformatories, prisons, and institutions for mental defectives. I had tested thousands of incompetent persons, a majority of them children, with Goddard's Revision of the Binet-Simon Scale, scarcely ever finding anyone with an IQ rating as high as 100. This thoroughgoing experience of the negative aspects of intelligence rendered the performance of E even more impressive to me than it would otherwise have been. I perceived the clear and flawless working of his mind against a contrasting background of thousands of dull and foolish minds. It was an unforgettable observation. To be continue in this ebook

The Yellow Incentive

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The Yellow Incentive by Bryan Roskams Book Summary:

Bryan Roskams carries on in the same fast paced vein in this sequel to his fi rst book Tangled Webs Peter Doddington and the love of his life Sophia, fi nd themselves once again embroiled in a life threatening situation. Bought on, albeit indirectly, by the schizophrenic gang leader Brett Colardo. (Deceased) But this time linked to a treasure hunt involving some of the gang leaders ex- members, let out of prison early. The greed that motivates all parties concerned in the chase for the life changing amount of cash, leads to the traumatic suffering and violent deaths of many of its characters.

The History of France from the Earliest Times to the Year 1789

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The History of France from the Earliest Times to the Year 1789 by Guizot (M., François) Book Summary:

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The New Review

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The Old Dominion

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All the Year Round

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The Road to Courage

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The Road to Courage by Henry Wyman Holmes Book Summary:

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Cold Courage

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Cold Courage by Willy Mitchell Book Summary:

Cold Courage relates back to Willy Mitchell's grandfathers meeting with Harry McNish in Wellington, New Zealand and in exchange for a hot meal and a pint or two, he told his story of The Endurance. Flipping through the London Times, McNish had come across a classified advertisement for the crew to join a ship's journey to the Antarctic and on to the South Pole. It warned of low wages and high danger and at forty, he decided that he wanted a taste of adventure and set off to London to meet the rest of the newly recruited crew. On 6th August 1914, The Endurance set sail from Plymouth, England on its way to Buenos Aires, Argentina and meet with the entire 28-man crew. This is a tale of the great age of exploration and the extraordinary journey that these men endured, not only in Antarctica but upon their return to England amidst the Great War and their legendary lives thereafter. This is the story of Harry McNish and although set in a different era, continues the ARGUS series and a homage to those brave men and women who go to extraordinary lengths to achieve their goals.

Southern Literary Messenger

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War in the Islands

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War in the Islands by Adrian Seligman Book Summary:

True accounts of naval undercover operation during the Second World War.

The Great Train Robbery

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The Great Train Robbery by Peter Guttridge Book Summary:

The Great Train Robbery was the 20th century's most breath-taking crime. Fifteen small-time crooks absconded with 2.6 million from the Glasgow-London mail train as it passed through Buckinghamshire - then holed up at Letherslade Farm to play Monopoly with real money.

The Midwest Quarterly

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Bulletin

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East Africa and Rhodesia

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The New Age Magazine

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The Dawn of Day

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The Dawn of Day by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche Book Summary:

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The Genius of John Neal

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The Genius of John Neal by John Neal Book Summary:

Although E.A. Poe had recognized the genius of John Neal (1793-1876) and although H.L. Mencken believed that Neal might have been the most important American literary critic of his time, his contribution to American literature has been overshadowed by the performances of those authors he blazed trails for - Herman Melville, Walt Whitman, and Mark Twain -. The first comprehensive Neal anthology reveals the dynamism by which, at the beginning of the nineteenth century, the USA started with their emancipation from the European literary tradition.

Poems

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Poems by Daphne Slee Book Summary:

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Committee of Vigilance

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Committee of Vigilance by George R. Stewart Book Summary:

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An Historical and Descriptive Analysis of the "Why We Fight" Series

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An Historical and Descriptive Analysis of the "Why We Fight" Series by Thomas W. Bohn Book Summary:

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Britain To-day

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Britain Today

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Greenmantle

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Greenmantle by John Buchan Book Summary:

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New Directions in Prose and Poetry

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New Directions in Prose and Poetry by James Laughlin Book Summary:

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The Crown Prince's European Tour

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The Crown Prince's European Tour by Yoshinori Futara,Setsuzō Sawada Book Summary:

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