New series from the Amazon Bestselling author Willow Rose. Ben is supposed to be in school. It's Monday morning but his parents are still asleep after a night of heavy drinking. Ben Waits patiently, even though he knows he is missing out on today's field trip to the zoo. But, when his black Labrador suddenly runs upstairs and comes down with a finger in his mouth, Ben knows he's not making it to school today at all. Detective Jack Ryder is chaperoning his kids' field trip when he gets the call from the head of the Cocoa Beach Police Department. A body has been found and they need his help. Soon, Jack finds himself up against a killer, a predator who ruthlessly chases women and kills them so they can never leave him. The case soon causes serious consequences for him and his family once the truth is revealed. With her new hero, Jack Ryder, as a loving father and committed detective, a new location in tropical Florida, and a story that moves at an incredible pace, Hit the Road Jack is Willow Rose at the top of her game.
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Sherlock Holmes is a fictional detective of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, who first appeared in publication in 1887. He is the creation of Scottish born author and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. A brilliant London-based detective, Holmes is famous for his intellectual prowess, and is renowned for his skillful use of deductive reasoning (somewhat mistakenly - see inductive reasoning) and astute observation to solve difficult cases. He is arguably the most famous fictional detective ever created, and is one of the best known and most universally recognizable literary characters in any genre. Conan Doyle wrote four novels and fifty-six short stories that featured Holmes. All but four stories were narrated by Holmes' friend and biographer, Dr. John H. Watson, two having been narrated by Holmes himself, and two others written in the third person. The first two stories, short novels, appeared in Beeton's Christmas Annual for 1887 and Lippincott's Monthly Magazine in 1890. The character grew tremendously in popularity with the beginning of the first series of short stories in The Strand Magazine in 1891; further series of short stories and two serialized novels appeared almost right up to Conan Doyle's death in 1930. The stories cover a period from around 1878 up to 1903, with a final case in 1914. in this collection you will find: Novels:• A Study in Scarlet• The Sign of the Four• The Hound of the Baskervilles• The Valley of Fear Short Story Collections:• The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes• The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes• The Return of Sherlock Holmes• His Last Bow• The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes
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AMC’s Mad Men (2007–2015) was an instant hit, winning fifteen Golden Globes and four Emmys and “redefining television.” Already a slew of books have appeared to examine its cultural impact. Now comes The End of an Era: Mad Men and the Ordeal of Civility, bringing to the discussion a unique perspective: race realist and Traditionalist. Drawing in equal measure from Kevin MacDonald and René Guénon, and able to marshal a stunning array of pop culture reference points, James J. O’Meara -- himself a child of the ’60s and a product of America’s long-dead industrial heartland -- examines the hidden agendas and social implications of the Mad Man phenomenon. At its center is a bravura, two-part essay analyzing the disintegration of the Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce agency as symbolic reenactment of the archetypal struggle of the Aryan and the Judaic for control of Western civilization. From the culture-creating powers of the three-button suit, to the dissolution of the Aryan Ego in the hot tubs of Esalen, The End of An Era delivers one stunning insight after another. You’ll never watch a rerun of Mad Men the same way you did the first time.
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Russia, one of the most ethno-culturally diverse countries in the world, provides a rich case study on how globalisation and associated international trends are disrupting, and causing the radical rethinking of approaches to, inter-ethnic cohesion. The book highlights the importance of television broadcasting in shaping national discourse and the place of ethno-cultural diversity within it. It argues that television’s role here has been reinforced, rather than diminished, by the rise of new media technologies. Through an analysis of a wide range of news and other television programmes, the book shows how the covert meanings of discourse on a particular issue can diverge from the overt significance attributed to it, just as the impact of that discourse may not conform with the original aims of the broadcasters. The book discusses the tension between the imperative to maintain security through centralised government and overall national cohesion that Russia shares with other European states, and the need to remain sensitive to, and to accommodate, the needs and perspectives of ethnic minorities and labour migrants. It compares the increasingly isolationist popular ethnonationalism in Russia, which harks back to "old-fashioned" values, with the similar rise of the Tea Party in the United States and the UK Independence Party in Britain. Throughout, this extremely rich, well-argued book complicates and challenges received wisdom on Russia’s recent descent into authoritarianism. It points to a regime struggling to negotiate the dilemmas it faces, given its Soviet legacy of ethnic particularism, weak civil society, large native Muslim population and overbearing, yet far from entirely effective, state control of the media.
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Size: 297 pages
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This collection brings together some of the most incredible sci-fi stories ever told in one convenient, high-quality, low-priced Kindle volume!This book now contains several HTML tables of contents that will make reading a real pleasure!The Sentimentalists, by Murray LeinsterThe Girls from Earth, by Frank RobinsonThe Death Traps of FX-31, by Sewell WrightSong in a minor key, by C.L. MooreSentry of the Sky, by Evelyn E. SmithMeeting of the Minds, by Robert SheckleyJunior, by Robert AbernathyDeath Wish, by Ned LangDead World, by Jack DouglasCost of Living, by Robert SheckleyAloys, by R.A. LaffertyWith These Hands, by C.M. KornbluthWhat is POSAT?, by Phyllis Sterling-SmithA Little Journey, by Ray BradburyHunt the Hunter, by Kris NevilleCitizen Jell, by Michael ShaaraOperation Distress, by Lester Del ReySyndrome Johnny, by Charles DyePsychotennis, anyone?, by Lloyd WilliamsPrime Difference, by Alan NourseDoorstep, by Keith LaumerThe Drug, by C.C. MacAppAn Elephant For the Prinkip, by L.J. StecherLicense to Steal, by Louis NewmanThe Last Letter, by Fritz LieberThe Stuff, by Henry SlesarThe Celestial Hammerlock, by Donald ColvinAlways A Qurono, by Jim HarmonJamieson, by Bill DoedeA Fall of Glass, by Stanley LeeShatter the Wall, by Sydney Van ScyocTransfer Point, by Anthony BoucherThy Name Is Woman, by Kenneth O'HaraTwelve Times Zero, by Howard BrowneAll Day Wednesday, by Richard OlinBlind Spot, by Bascom JonesDouble Take, by Richard WilsonField Trip, by Gene HunterLarson's Luck, by Gerald VanceNavy Day, by Harry HarrisonOne Martian Afternoon, by Tom LeahyPlanet of Dreams, by James McKimmeyPrelude To Space, by Robert HaseltinePythias, by Frederik PohlShow Business, by Boyd EllanbySlaves of Mercury, by Nat SchachnerSound of Terror, by Don BerryThe Big Tomorrow, by Paul LohrmanThe Four-Faced Visitors of…Ezekiel, by Arthur OrtonThe Happy Man, by Gerald PageThe Last Supper, by T.D. HammThe One and the Many, by Milton LesserThe Other Likeness, by James SchmitzThe Outbreak of Peace, by H.B. FyfeThe Skull, by Philip K. DickThe Smiler, by Albert HernhunterThe Unthinking Destroyer, by Roger PhillipsTwo Timer, by Frederic BrownVital Ingredient, by Charles De VetWeak on Square Roots, by Russell BurtonWith a Vengeance, by J.B. WoodleyZero Hour, by Alexander BladeThe Great Nebraska Sea, by Allan DanzigThe Valor of Cappen Varra, by Poul AndersonA Bad Day for Vermin, by Keith LaumerHall of Mirrors, by Frederic BrownCommon Denominator, by John MacDonaldDoctor, by Murray LeinsterThe Nothing Equation, by Tom GodwinThe Last Evolution, by John CampbellA Hitch in Space, by Fritz LeiberOn the Fourth Planet, by J.F. BoneFlight From Tomorrow, by H. Beam PiperCard Trick, by Walter BuppThe K-Factor, by Harry HarrisonThe Lani People, by J. F. BoneAdvanced Chemistry, by Jack HuekelsSodom and Gomorrah, Texas, by R. A. LaffertyKeep Out, by Frederic BrownAll Cats are Gray, by Andre NortonA Problem in Communication, by Miles J. BreuerThe Terrible Tentacles of L-472, by Sewell Peaslee WrightMarooned Under the Sea, by Paul ErnstThe Murder Machine, by Hugh B. CaveThe Attack from Space, by Captain S. P. MeekThe Knights of Arthur, by Frederik PohlAnd All the Earth a Grave, by C.C. MacAppCitadel, by Algis BudrysMicro-Man, by Weaver Wright....
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