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The Lie by William Dameron Book Summary:
A candid memoir of denial, stolen identities, betrayal, faking it, and coming out. Do you know me?, the email began, sparking tremors of fear that turned into a full quake of panic when William Dameron discovered that his selfie had been stolen by strangers. On social networks and dating sites, his image and identity--a forty-year-old straight white male--had been used to hook countless women into believing in lies of love and romance. Was it all an ironic cosmic joke? Almost a decade prior, William himself had been living a lie that had lasted for more than twenty years. His secret? He was a gay man, a fact he hid from his wife and two daughters for almost as long as he had hidden it from himself. In this emotional and unflinchingly honest memoir of coming out of the closet late in life, owning up to the past, and facing the future, William Dameron confronts steroid addiction, the shame and homophobia of his childhood, the sledgehammer of secrets that slowly tore his marriage apart, and his love for a gay father of three that would once again challenge the boundaries of trust. At the true heart of The Lie is a universal story about turning self-doubt into self-acceptance and about pain, anger, and the long journey of both seeking and giving forgiveness.
The Lie by Fredrica Wagman Book Summary:
Taking her cues about female sexuality from Hollywood movie stars, Ramona Swollens marries young and escapes her mother's house shortly after her father's death, taking with her a dark family secret and harboring a secret obsession with the iconic Rita Hayworth, in a coming-of-age novel set in 1940s and '50s America. Original.
The Lie by C. L. Taylor Book Summary:
Jane Hughes has a great boyfriend, a job in an animal shelter, and a tiny cottage in rural Wales. She's happier than she's ever been...but her life is a lie. Jane Hughes does not really exist.Five years earlier, Jane and her best friends set off on what was supposed to be the trip of a lifetime, but it rapidly descended into a nightmare that claimed the lives of two of her friends. Ever since, Jane has tried to put the past behind her and lead a normal life. But someone out there knows the truth about what happened-and they won't stop until they've destroyed Jane and everything she loves.
The Lie Theory of Connected Pro-Lie Groups by Karl Heinrich Hofmann,Sidney A. Morris Book Summary:
Lie groups were introduced in 1870 by the Norwegian mathematician Sophus Lie. A century later Jean Dieudonne quipped that Lie groups had moved to the center of mathematics and that one cannot undertake anything without them. If a complete topological group $G$ can be approximated by Lie groups in the sense that every identity neighborhood $U$ of $G$ contains a normal subgroup $N$ such that $G/N$ is a Lie group, then it is called a pro-Lie group. Every locally compact connected topological group and every compact group is a pro-Lie group. While the class of locally compact groups is not closed under the formation of arbitrary products, the class of pro-Lie groups is. For half a century, locally compact pro-Lie groups have drifted through the literature, yet this is the first book which systematically treats the Lie and structure theory of pro-Lie groups irrespective of local compactness. This study fits very well into the current trend which addresses infinite-dimensional Lie groups. The results of this text are based on a theory of pro-Lie algebras which parallels the structure theory of finite-dimensional real Lie algebras to an astonishing degree, even though it has had to overcome greater technical obstacles. This book exposes a Lie theory of connected pro-Lie groups (and hence of connected locally compact groups) and illuminates the manifold ways in which their structure theory reduces to that of compact groups on the one hand and of finite-dimensional Lie groups on the other. It is a continuation of the authors' fundamental monograph on the structure of compact groups (1998, 2006) and is an invaluable tool for researchers in topological groups, Lie theory, harmonic analysis, and representation theory. It is written to be accessible to advanced graduate students wishing to study this fascinating and important area of current research, which has so many fruitful interactions with other fields of mathematics.
The Lie's by Linda Wright Book Summary:
You see I follow God, so I didn't know anything yet about the fake rules they had made up about God's altar, or themselves. Plus they made up their own rules of saying you can't have any powers from God, because I haven't given you permission to have powers from God. Can you believe that!! That's just amazing to me that these people are so lost, and just plain dumb to think they have any right what so ever to think that they are in charge of God's powers. Have you ever read that in your bible? You have to come over here so these people can approve if you're holy enough. Stand in the line over there to your right please. We'll see if these people will give you a stamp of approval. The truth sadly is most of these people need an exorcism. Thank God the one young Sister came to us with her hurts. and we were able to council her, and tell her how she is just to forgive, and we will pray for the snake ladies in the bible study. You see it's not just the one Sister who was spitting out the poison on the other Sister, stabbing her in her back. But remember there were other Sister's in the bible study who sat there listening and not defending the one Sister. Or telling the head snake lady that she is wrong. Sadly these ladies in the bible study are a pit of snakes all squirming together. All with the same deadly hearts, and deadly mouths with forked tongues, and fangs of evil. Evildoers in sheep's clothes coming as angels of light but filled with darkness of hell.
The Lie by Moussa Jassem Book Summary:
Self-published author Moussa Jassem relives a dark decade in the lives of the Iraqis as he renders to print the harrowing events before the fall of Saddam Husseins regime. Made available through Xlibris, The Lie is a poignant tale of violence, fear, and deceit as seen through the eyes of a person involved, once a victim of warthe author himself. Told from a unique angle, The Lie recreates the atmosphere of uncertainty, chaos, and turmoil in Iraq 2003. Readers will follow Moussa on his and his friends endeavors during this painful period. One of his friends, Mustafa, joins the intelligence department, gets injured during the war, and holds a deep secreta lie, from the little details to the biggestwhich is never meant to be revealed. How great this secret is and its importance for the people of Iraq awaits readers in this true and poignant tale. Emotion-stirring, The Lie serves as an inspiration for those who have been victimized during the Iraq attacks. It is also wake-up call and a reminder for all nations to stop the wars and unite as one peaceful world. For more information on this book, log on to www. Xlibris.com.
The Lie: Evolution (25th Anniversary Edition: Revised and Expanded by Ken Ham Book Summary:
In 1987 Ken Ham wrote what would become a prophetic warning to the Church about the destructive effects of compromise with evolutionary ideas, and how this compromise undermines Scriptural authority and erodes Christian confidence in the infallibility of God's Word. Today we have Christians not only confused when it comes to Genesis and age of the earth, but even the reality of Hell, Adam as a real person, and Christ's own words about creation, marriage and more are being debated in the pulpits across the world. In this special revised and updated edition, Ken Ham again takes the lead in pointing out the looming precipice the Church is rushing towards, how evolution and/or millions of years, is driving away young people of the faith, and the biblical solution that can change it!
The Lie by Hesh Kestin Book Summary:
A provocative thriller about a dynamic Israeli lawyer—famous for defending accused Palestinians—whose views are tested when her own son is taken captive by Hezbollah: “The Lie is what great fiction is all about” (Stephen King). Dahlia Barr is a devoted mother, soon-to-be divorced wife, lover of an American television correspondent. She is also a brash and successful Israeli attorney who is passionate about defending Palestinians accused of terrorism. One day, to her astonishment, the Israeli national police approach Dahlia with a tantalizing proposition: Join us, and become the government’s arbiter on when to use the harshest of interrogation methods—what some would call torture. Dahlia is intrigued. She has no intention of permitting torture, but can she change the system from within? She takes the job. As Dahlia settles into her new role, her son Ari, a twenty-year-old lieutenant in the Israel Defense Forces, is kidnapped by Hezbollah and whisked over the border to Lebanon. The one man who may hold the key to Ari’s rescue is locked in a cell in police headquarters. He is an Arab who has a long and complicated history with Dahlia. And he’s not talking. Yet. A nail-biting thriller that “will stay with you” (The New York Times Book Review), The Lie is an unforgettable story of human beings on both sides of the terror equation whose lives turn out to share more in common than they ever could have imagined. “An utterly riveting thriller that is likely to rank as one of the year’s best…The Lie has everything: memorable characters, a compelling plot, white-knuckle military action, and an economy and clarity of prose that is direct, powerful, and at times beautiful” (Booklist, starred review).
The Lie Book by Michael Lasko Book Summary:
The idea behind this book has the potential to become a whole new regime of psychological and psychiatric studies. It is such a great part of the ego, the individual and our social fabric today that it has a life of it's own. We must master it in order to facilitate the most effective means of helping those we are trying to help. The book is an exposition on prevarication and how it effects the Counselor / Advisor / Client interaction: with emphasis on helping Clients maintain truthfulness in the counseling and advising relationship. Everyone lies. Knowing that, how can we use that information to improve our effectiveness as a therapist, counselor or advisor of any ilk to do the best job for our clients that we possibly can. This book is a skeleton on which to apply the flesh and fabric of your own personal techniques and persuasions. At best it is an x-ray of what may lie beneath. Like an x-ray, though, it is an invaluable diagnostic tool of inestimable worth for you as a counselor or therapist or advisor in any professional or life's situation.
The Lie by JoAnn Fastoff Book Summary:
The Lie is a quick and compelling view of the diamond wars, told from the victim’s perspectives. It is the story of four diamond couriers who have been murdered in Philadelphia. In response, FBI agents are sent to investigate; however at the time, they have no idea that the murders in fact hide a much larger global problem – the illicit diamond trade. Together, FBI agent Howard Watson and his team of agents follow the case across America subsequently taking them to Russia and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Lie by Helen Dunmore Book Summary:
From award-winning novelist, Helen Dunmore, comes The Lie; a spellbinding tale of love, remembrance, and deception, set against the backdrop of World War I. Cornwall, 1920. Infantry officer Daniel Branwell has returned to his coastal hometown after the war. Unmoored and alone, Daniel spends his days in solitude, quietly working the land. However, all is not as it seems in the peaceful idylls of the countryside; and although he has left the trenches, Daniel cannot escape his dreadful past. As former friendships re-ignite, Daniel is drawn deeper and deeper into the tangled traumas of his youth and the memories of his best friend and his first love. Old wounds reopen, and old troubles resurface, though none so great as the lie that threatens to ruin Daniel’s life, the lie from which he cannot run. Told with Dunmore’s breathtaking poise and exacting suspense, The Lie is a haunting and captivating journey through the mind of a tormented man, as he tries to fit the pieces of his shattered past together.
The Lie by Pamela Hayes Book Summary:
Constance Pointer blonde, beautiful, and poor. She yearns for a better life. She meets Victor Levesque, and considers him to be the best thing that ever happened to her. To hold on to him, she tells a lie that will change the course of their lives. Victor Levesque a handsome medical student who falls in love with Constance, and is crushed when he learns that she isn't the woman he thought she was. Sharon Fletcher Constance's friend, a beautiful African-American transsexual, who craves romance and a family, and will take unique steps to make it happen. Ted Taliaferro a gorgeous soap opera actor who is accustomed to getting what he wants and refuses to take no for an answer. Sarah Pointer a bitter woman, who hates her daughter, Constance. The Lie a sexy, witty, contemporary mix of the tried-and-true and the different. The Lietakes readers on a roller-coaster ride from a shabby neigh-borhood in San Jose to an upper middle class one to TV studios in California. Follow their ups and downs, joys and triumphs.
The Truth about the Lie by Gale Newman Book Summary:
Gale Newman was born and raised in Turlock, California. He attended U.C. Berkeley on an athletic scholarship. After graduation, he attended Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. From that school, he received a Masters of Divinity degree and a few years later, a Doctor of Ministry. He has served churches in Oregon, Indiana and California. While serving those churches, he instituted home Bible studies, believing them to be essential for Chrisitan growth. During those years, he noticed a need for more material that could be used in those settings. This study is an attempt to meet that need. Dr. Newman has three sons, Eric, Andy, and Brian who live in different communities around America. The Truth About The Lie is a Bible study designed to promote Christian growth in individuals through personal study or in group home Bible studies. According to Jesus, Satan authored "The Lie" (John 8:44). Jesus, who is "The Truth," came to confront "The Lie" and its effects upon the world. He offered "a way of escape" (1 Cor. 10:13) and through belief in "The Truth," Salvation (1 Tim. 2). The apostles Peter, John and Paul all refer to the conflict between "The Truth" and "The Lie" using these same terms. This book takes many of those passages and guides the student into an understanding of them. As this occurs. the Holy Spirit will challenge the Christian to live "The Truth" in the same way Jesus did.
Deceit: The Lie of the Law by Peter Macdonald Eggers Book Summary:
Deceit: The Lie of the Law will provide a complete and detailed account of the law of deceit as developed over the past two centuries. This new book by Peter MacDonald Eggers examines the commercial, contractual and civil relationships in which claims in deceit have been made.
The Lie Detectors by Ken Alder Book Summary:
The story of the lie detector takes us straight into the dark recesses of the American soul. It also leads us on a noir journey through some of the most storied episodes in American history. That is because the device we take for granted as an indicator of guilt or innocence actually tells us more about our beliefs than about our deeds. The machine does not measure deception so much as feelings of guilt or shame. As Ken Alder reveals in his fascinating and disturbing account, the history of the lie detector exposes fundamental truths about our culture: why we long to know the secret thoughts of our fellow citizens; why we believe in popular science; and why America embraced the culture of "truthiness." For centuries, people searched in vain for a way to unmask liars, seeking clues in blushing cheeks, shifty eyes, and curling toes...all the body's outward signs. But not until the 1920s did a cop with a Ph.D. team up with an entrepreneurial high school student from Berkeley, California and claim to have invented a foolproof machine that peered directly into the human heart. In a few short years their polygraph had transformed police work, seized headlines, solved sensational murders, and enthralled the nation. In Chicago, the capital of American vice, the two men wielded their device to clean up corruption, reform the police, and probe the minds of infamous killers. Before long the lie detector had become the nation's "mechanical conscience," searching for honesty on Main Street, in Hollywood, and even within Washington, D.C. Husbands and wives tested each other's fidelity. Corporations tested their employees' honesty. Movie studios and advertisers tested their audiences' responses. Eventually, thousands of government employees were tested for their loyalty and "morals" -- for lack of which many lost their jobs. Yet the machine was flawed. It often was used to accuse the wrong person. It could easily be beaten by those who knew how. Repeatedly it has been applied as an instrument of psychological torture, with the goal of extracting confessions. And its creators paid a commensurate price. One went mad trying to destroy the Frankenstein's monster he had created. The other became consumed by mistrust: jealous of his cheating wife, contemptuous of his former mentor, and driven to an early death. The only happy man among the machine's champions was the eccentric psychologist who went on to achieve glory as the creator of Wonder Woman. Yet this deceptive device took America -- and only America -- by storm. Today, the CIA still administers polygraphs to its employees. Accused celebrities loudly trumpet its clean bill of truth. And the U.S. government, as part of its new "war on terror," is currently exploring forms of lie detection that reach directly into the brain. Apparently, America still dreams of a technology that will render human beings transparent. The Lie Detectors is the entertaining and thought-provoking story of that American obsession.
Embracing the Lie by Charles J. Alber Book Summary:
This volume is the companion to Charles J. Alber's Enduring the Revolution: Ding Ling and the Politics of Literature in Guomindang China. It is the first serious attempt to reconstruct Ding Ling's biography during the last few decades of her life. Most Westerners know her as a progressive woman writer who became famous during the May 4 Movement, championed its values in Yan'an and was criticized in the rectification campaigns that followed. Few know about her life afterward and the arduous process of rehabilitation. Here for the first time readers will learn about her life in the Great Northern Wasteland, solitary confinement in Qincheng prison, her visit to the United States, participation in the spiritual pollution campaign, and finally, the attempt to launch the journal China. All of this puts a new perspective on the life of one of China's most preeminent woman writers.
Women Challenge The Lie by Regina Sara Ryan,Shinay Tredeau Book Summary:
This book invites women of all ages into a conversation that challenges the pervasive lie of “never good enough.” This common subtext of modern life undermines a woman’s appreciation of her own inherent beauty and goodness. The authors recommend 8 Radical Moves that women can make, alone or ideally in the good company of other women, to take on this challenge, to deepen this conversation. The Moves are radical because they aim directly at the center of a woman’s being, the inner space of her true nature, her basic goodness, rather than because they require any extreme actions. Nonetheless, the conviction that “never good enough” is a lie requires more than lip service. The authors guide readers in identifying the courage, strength and love they already possess, but habitually deny, to embrace and live by this conviction of self respect, day to day in mind, body and heart. They further encourage women to make this stand with and in the presence of other women to increase everybody’s likelihood for success. Regina Sara Ryan, author of numerous books in wellness, women’s studies and spirituality (Wellness Workbook; Woman Awake; Igniting the Inner Life) is an elder in her seventies. Shinay Tredeau, a yoga teacher, lifestyle coach, dancer and emerging writer is a “millennial” in her twenties. Together, they bring to this warm and personal treatment a synergy of years of experience in contemplative spiritual practice and dynamic body discipline. Their message is addressed to their sisters, mothers, friends and students, of all ages; to any who suffer from the dis-ease of self-hatred in some form. Each of the 8 Radical Moves provides a slightly different access to clearer self-understanding, leading to self-compassion. For some, the Move to “Inhabit Your Body” will be key to claiming (or reclaiming) a more loving relationship with themselves. For others, the Move called “Learn to Fly” will be just the encouragement needed to refine a spiritual search. Other topics include: • the danger of comparisons with other women • the need to face dark emotions, with compassion • the power of friendship in the quest for self-acceptance • the use of journal writing to articulate developing truth • gratitude as a way of life. This straightforward and challenging narrative is filled with dozens of personal stories, making it ideal for women’s groups and book clubs to study and practice.
Controvert, Or, On the Lie by Nicholas J. Pappas Book Summary:
Taking a quizzical, philosophical look at the conundrums life places before us, the author explores paradoxical situations in philosophical dialogues geared to stimulate thought and resonate with the readers own experiences. Implications regarding politics and politicians, leadership and democracy are investigated along the way.
The Lie Detection Manual by David Todeschini Book Summary:
This book will enable you to determine whether or not someone is lying to you. Contains over 60 axioms or guidelines that put your subject through the gauntlet. From FBI Agent to Housewife, you need to read this book. After you do, you will never look at the NEWS, political speeches, or anything that the government tells you in the same light. Conceived in an environment of pathological liars, this book takes "common sense" to a new level. Some deceptions are very subtle and nefarious, and some deceptions are your own conclusions - which you arrive at by the design of the liar - or government - which tells you only what will lead you to believe their lies
Exposing The Lie by Clint Conrad Book Summary:
"Exposing the Lie" is fast-paced and at times heart-pounding journey of several families facing incredible adversity and spiritual warfare. Based in the small, sleepy Southern Oregon town of Hamilton, life there is not at all what it seems. Vacationers and those just passing through might pause and think that this might be the perfect town to retire in.....the locals and long-time residents know differently. The main characters are confronted with unspeakable wickedness, but instead of buckling or running, they stand up and fight. The tension builds as one by one they begin to reach out to each other and find strength within themselves, and between them and God, to continue to battle human foes and unseen forces of evil... murder, arson, corruption, greed and lust have become the norm. Regular everyday individuals come face-to-face with a town, a church, and local law enforcement that have been taken over by the "vile" one. You think this couldn't happen to your town? Look around you, pay attention to what is really happening in your community, nation, and world; then sit back, relax, and try to convince yourself things are just peachy.....but....they probably are not........
The Lie and the Power of Creation by Alexander Atleski Book Summary:
"The Lie and the Power of Creation" is an exploration of deeper understanding. It contains words of inspiration and creativity suitable for the assistance in each person's journey through life. These writings offer a candle to light the way through the dark areas of that journey-but each person must light that candle and keep it burning. Author Alexander Atleski's main premise is that if we understand the Lie, we will be able to find our true path in the world. Essentially, the Lie is the idea that something outside of us or that some mental construct or concept alone can give us true purpose or power. It is the dysfunction of our own thinking and mental state that takes us away from the true power. Atleski offers examples and interpretations from his own experiences for use in your interpretations and understandings of the world around you. "The Lie and the Power of Creation" can help us understand our surrounding world together and see how we relate to each other. Learn to communicate and realize truth together. We must begin to see our deeper power as beings-to acknowledge the creative power of self.
Don't Buy the Lie by Mark Matlock Book Summary:
This book helps teenagers understand how to think clearly and biblically about supernatural events. Every day we hear of supernatural phenomenon—from Ouija boards to crop circles to psychics on TV—and it’s difficult for teens to know how to distinguish between genuine and counterfeit occurrences. Author Mark Matlock, who has conducted a research project with Barna Research on Teens and the Supernatural and is a member of the international community of illusionists, presents clear principles and intriguing examples that teach teens how to respond to the supernatural with wisdom, discernment, and without being duped.Using the Acts community at Berea as a model, Matlock identifies “thinking traps” that lead to deception, such as not balancing the mind and emotions, mixing truth with lies, and making false association. With clarity, he shows readers how to find Christ, and provides biblical answers to frequently asked questions about such things as Ouija boards, psychics, angels, and demons.Upside-down. Turned around. Sound like a typical day for you? invert books meet you where you are—in the twisted, flipped around places in your life. You’ve got so many relationships to focus on—God, others, and even yourself—invert books will help you figure out how to give yourself fully to all of them. invert tackles the difficult topics that are important to you—and will help you turn to focus on God more clearly.
The Lie in Churches by Robson Apostle of Jesus Book Summary:
This book aims to expose the truth about many churches and religions, once a lie is spoken in several churches will surely drive thousands of people to be deceived and harmed. This book teaches how not to be fooled by any religious leader who can be diverted from the Holy Bible.
The Lie That Is Lincoln by Stephen Miklosik M.D. Book Summary:
This book describes the unnecessary actions of Abraham Lincoln in causing and pursuing the greatest American crime of the nineteenth century, the American Civil war and secondly its cover-up by his cabinet and all the sycophantic historians following. My extensive reading on the Civil War and visiting the Gettysburg battlefield left me aghast as to the number of soldiers, the cream of. American manhood, were sacrificed and wasted upon the numerous battlefields 600,000 plus, more dead than all American wars combined. Yet historians pass this off as justifiable homicide, and a small price to pay to achieve freedom for four million slaves. To me this is sheer blasphemy! According to 'the philosophical principles espoused by Jean Jacques Rousseau, John Locke, Thomas Hobbes etc., the Thirteen Colonies claimed their natural right to declare their independence fro. the Mother Country, Britain. and establish their own right to self-determination. The Declaration of Independence, beginning "When in the Course of human Events, it becomes necessary for one People t() dissolve the Political Bands which have connected the. with another" etc., says it all. (Interestingly Texas used almost identical language in their declaration to be free from Mexico.) But men the South had the audacity to declare these same fundamental rights an enraged Lincoln denied it to them thereby plunging the nation in the worst case of fratricide the world has ever known through his scorched-earth policy. Using the clever battle-cry. "The Nation must be preserved" he convinced the Nation as to the urgency of crushing the South.
The Lie Algebras su(N) by Walter Pfeifer Book Summary:
Lie algebras are efficient tools for analyzing the properties of physical systems. Concrete applications comprise the formulation of symmetries of Hamiltonian systems, the description of atomic, molecular and nuclear spectra, the physics of elementary particles and many others. This work gives an introduction to the properties and the structure of the Lie algebras su(n). The book features an elementary (matrix) access to su(N)-algebras, and gives a first insight into Lie algebras. Student readers should be enabled to begin studies on physical su(N)-applications, instructors will profit from the detailed calculations and examples.
The Lie that Wouldn't Die by Hadassa Ben-Itto Book Summary:
Of all the libels that have served as a means of incitement of hate against Jews, and as intellectual justification of anti-Semitism, the myth of the so-called 'Jewish Conspiracy' to gain domination of the whole world, as embodied in the forged Protocols of the Elders of Zion, is probably the most devious and the most dangerous. Previously only analyzed in academic, footnoted studies, the history of the Protocols is presented here by Judge Hadassa Ben-Itto in an eminently readable, fascinating account, telling the stories of the numerous people involved over the hundred years that the forgery has existed. Above all, this is the story of a judge who follows the Protocols into lawyers' chambers and into courtrooms in Switzerland, in South Africa, in Germany, in the United States and in Russia, and presents the reader with a detailed critical analysis of legal proceedings which culminated in fascinating courtroom drama. The truth is revealed again and again, but the lie wouldn't die.
The Lie by Michael Weaver Book Summary:
The U.S. president has decided to turn an international conference on human rights into the scene of his greatest triumph--but instead is taken hostage by a group prepared to kill for world peace. Paul Waters, an intelligence agent assigned to protect the president, joins forces with his lover, Kate Dinneson, to foil the plans of the extremist group and rescue American's leader. But can they stop the fanatics in time? And did the president plan his own kidnapping?
The Lie - A Short Story by Mary Antin Book Summary:
The Lie' is a short story by Mary Antin published shortly after 'the Promised Land' in 1912. In this story, an immigrant father Mr. Rudinsky, lies about his son's age in order to keep in the American school system for two more years. Young David is a devoted student and does well in school but the guilt of his father's lie hangs heavy on his shoulders. Mary Antin (1881 - 1949) was an American author and immigration rights activist. She is best known for her 1912 autobiography 'The Promised Land', an account of her emigration and subsequent Americanisation. Other notable works include 'From Plotzk to Boston' (1899) and 'They Who Knock at Our Gates - A Complete Gospel of Immigration' (1914).
Inside The Lie by Petronella Buwerimwe Book Summary:
Aurora meets Jaden and falls head over heels for him. When the love story seems to be going well Aurora gets a spiritual awakening which changes everything. Aurora finds herself hiring a private investigator to follow around her fiancé so that she can know who he really is. There are twists in the story as Aurora later learns the true colors of her fiancé and also gets a shocking revelation from one of her best friends. Will Aurora ever love again after this whole saga?
The Lie by Glasko Klein Book Summary:
Leanna thinks she's doing the right thing when she encourages her best friend, Jenny, to try out for the high school tennis team. But when Jenny makes a complete fool of herself at tryouts, Leanna regrets her words. So when Leanna is given the opportunity to live the day over again, she thinks she knows what to do. But will being honest with her friend be a better choice? Or will she find herself wishing she hadn't changed her mind?
The Lie by Henry Arthur Jones Book Summary:
This scarce antiquarian book is included in our special Legacy Reprint Series. In the interest of creating a more extensive selection of rare historical book reprints, we have chosen to reproduce this title even though it may possibly have occasional imperfections such as missing and blurred pages, missing text, poor pictures, markings, dark backgrounds and other reproduction issues beyond our control. Because this work is culturally important, we have made it available as a part of our commitment to protecting, preserving and promoting the world's literature.
Spy the Lie by Philip Houston,Michael Floyd,Susan Carnicero,Don Tennant Book Summary:
Three former CIA officers share their techniques for lie detection, outlining methods for identifying deceptiveness as revealed by verbal and non-verbal behaviors from facial expressions and grooming gestures to invoking religion and using qualifying language.
The Day of the Lie by William Brodrick Book Summary:
They came for me in November nineteen fifty-one and took me to Mokotow prison. Cambridge, the present day. And out of the past, a cry for help: Father Anselm, the brilliant Benedictine, receives a visit from an old friend with a dangerous story to tell - the story of a woman betrayed by time, fate, and someone close to her . . . someone still unknown. As a young woman, Roza Mojeska was part of an underground resistance group in Communist Poland. But after her arrest, an agent of the secret police makes her a devil's bargain - and in the dark of a government prison, a terrible choice is made. Now, fifty years later, Anselm is called upon to investigate both Roza's story and a mystery dating back to the early 1980s, in the icy grip of the Cold War. And as he peels back years of history, decades of secrets, a half-century of lies, he exposes a truth that victim and torturer would keep hidden...