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The Right Hand of Evil
Author: John Saul
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
ISBN: 0449005836
Pages: 427
Year: 2000
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The Conway's ancestoral home has seen it's fair share of evil deeds, but when the family again takes possession of the hulking Victorian mansion, even they are unprepared for what awaits them inside. Reprint.
The Dangerous Lord Darrington
Author: Sarah Mallory
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1459212428
Pages: 288
Year: 2011-09-01
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The most notorious rake in town! The Dangerous Lord Darrington is not a man to be welcomed into a house of unprotected women! He may be an earl, but even in the wilds of Yorkshire, Beth Forrester has heard tales of the incorrigible rake that make her toes curl… Unexpectedly hosting such a scandalous celebrity is only the first of Beth's problems. Now the wicked Lord Darrington has found out about the dark secret she will do anything to protect. How to buy a rake's silence? There is only one way—with her body!
Red Shark
Author: Peter Sasgen
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743293649
Pages: 416
Year: 2006-08-01
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A United Nations-brokered détente between North and South Korea is about to make history when two powerful bombs rock Midtown Manhattan, killing the warring nations' representatives as well as innocent bystanders. A renegade North Korean general is behind the violence and, with a political firestorm unleashed on Washington, D.C., Jake Scott is ordered by the president to infiltrate a secret island meeting of the North Korean rulers. Even with his best crew aboard the Reno, Scott is up against a monstrous enemy armed with hair-raising technology: miniaturized nukes stowed on board the Sang-o, or Red Shark -- a sub which handily dodges conventional sonar and satellite detection. The clock is ticking as Scott makes a chilling discovery -- the weapons are poised and ready to bring down Korea's most despised foe: the U.S.A....
Geschichte Des Dreissigjahrigen Krieges
Author: Friedrich Schiller
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1981203869
Pages: 682
Year: 2017-11-30
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Die Geschichte des dreissigj�hrigen Krieges erschien 1790.
London Macabre
Author: Steven Savile
Publisher:
ISBN: 1937530124
Pages: 482
Year: 2012-08
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A man walks confidently through the night time streets of London. He is one of the Brethren, a shadow society of occultists. His life is only hours from ending. His flesh is about to be taken as host for a daemonic entity that has clawed its way out of hell's pit. Now things are afoot. Strange things. The lions of Traflagar have fulfilled their prophecy, climbing down from the plinths around Lord Nelson's column to defend the city. The daemon stalks his tender prey through the gaslit streets, meat markets, fish stalls and slaughter houses of Whitechapel. He has a taste for women, though not ordinary women. These women are different. Special. They may look like whores but they have the blood of angels flowing in their veins. If he can kill enough of them, bathing in their innocent blood, then the daemon can open the ancient Ald Gate-one of the seven great gates of London-the last gate to Eden, and go home, even if it means tearing London herself apart. The gates are guarded by The Seven, bloodsucking angelkind put there to guard a very special prisoner. A prisoner who cannot be allowed to escape. Satanial. The Devil by another name. Cast down and trapped in a hell on earth, watched over by Uriel, the mad Archangel. Can the men of Greyfriars stop all hell breaking loose?
Self's Murder
Author: Bernhard Schlink
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0297855972
Pages: 304
Year: 2011-09-01
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The author of THE READER returns with another thrilling case for sleuth Gerhard Self. PI Gerhard Self is lured out of retirement by a seemingly straightforward assignment: to find the former sleeping partner at Welker & Welker, a prestigious private bank. But the case soon throws up many more questions than answers, and Self finds himself embroiled in a shady world of money-laundering, mafia and murder... What secrets is the bank's history hiding? Why are the institution's enigmatic masters - Herr Welker and his steely Russian foster brother - trying to ensnare Self in their dangerous game, and just who is the stranger claiming to be Self's long-lost son?
Girl from the Golden Horn
Author: Kurban Said
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
ISBN: 0715634003
Pages: 256
Year: 2005-07
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From the mysterious author of the international bestseller, Ali and Nino, soon to be the subject of a major biography, comes a novel of thwarted love, exile, and desire, never before published in the UK. The story of Kurban Said and the international bestseller Ali and Nino is one of the most beguiling literary mysteries of recent years. Equally beguiling is the existence of another novel - an insinuating and strikingly beautiful story set against the backdrop of Weimar Berlin. Kurban Said once again takes up the subject of a cross-cultural love story between Muslims and Christians in a spellbinding story that stretches from Istanbul to Weimar Berlin to Jazz Age New York City. The Girl From the Golden Horn is an elegant story of suspense that enthralls from the first page to the last.