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black & Blue Devils : Volume I

By: Bōman Eidyll

These are short stories, written with minimal editing to preserve the visceral structure; Most of the stories are composed to be read and experienced in the way that dreams might present themselves....

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Life with an Amazing God!!

By: Timothy Gopagani

This book speaks about some important miracles performed by Jesus Christ in the life of Bro. Timothy Gopagani

Why only few good things in your life..? Why not everything be fine?

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Clare of Assisi : A Living Flame of Love

By: John Desmond O'Brien

I used the image of Paul Simon's "Dangling Conversation". This expresses the way we so often fail to meet each other or God. Clare, by her openness, came to know God and in her spiritual friendship brought others into that space where they could find God and themselves. A new conversation was opened up between God and the broken....

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Valmiki Ramayana : Sundara Kanda

By: K M K Murthy; Kishore Vasudeva Kopalle

The famous Sundara Kanda of Valmiki Ramayana, an epic from India.

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Sundara Kanda

By: BS Murthy

If Mahabharata's Bhagvad-Gita is taken as a philosophical guide, Ramayana's Sundara Kãnda is sought for spiritual solace. What is more, many believe that reading Sundara Kãnda or hearing it recited would remove all hurdles and usher in good tidings! Well miracles apart, it's in the nature of Sundara Kãnda to inculcate fortitude and generate hope in one and all. After all, isn't it a depiction of how Hanuman goes about his errand against all odds! Again, won't it portray how Seetha, on the verge of selfimmolation, overcomes despair to see life in a new light? Besides, how Hanuman's Odyssey paves the way for Rama to rescue his kidnapped wife! One is bound to be charmed by the rhythm of the verse and the flow of the narrative in this sloka to sloka transcreation of Valmiki's adi kavya - the foremost poetical composition in the world. After all, it was the saga of Rama that inspired Valmiki the barbarian to spiritualize the same as Ramayana in classical Sanskrit!...

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Tania's Dilemma : Tania Series, Volume 6

By: Kanika G

Tania's grandma has planned a surprise for her on Saturday afternoon. Tania is excited about it. But then her best friend invites her to a movie she really wants to see. And that is on Saturday too. Poor Tania does not want to hurt grandma's feelings but she does so want to go for the movie with her friend. What will she do now? Read on and find out. Suitable to be read to children of ages 3 to 7....

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Deep Trouble

By: Mark Hill

Armed with little more than a sardonic sense of humour and a 9mm Browning, Florida news reporter turned private eye Rex Fowler and on-again off-again love interest police officer Lara Travis set off in search of dead conmen, crooked cops and buried treasure....

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Running Late : A High-speed Romp Around Europe

By: Mark Hill

It's a fast-paced, get-away-from-it-all tour through 30 destinations in 16 countries. · Amsterdam, The Netherlands · Arnhem, The Netherlands · Antwerp, Belgium · Bruges, Belgium · Paris, France · Cologne, Germany · Geneva, Switzerland · Munich, Germany · Regensburg, Germany · Pilsen, Czech Republic · Prague, Czech Republic · Krakow, Poland · Vienna, Austria · Bratislava, Slovakia · Budapest, Hungary · Pecs, Hungary · Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina · Dubrovnik, Croatia · Split, Croatia · Rome, Italy · Genoa, Italy · Nice, France · Monaco · Nimes, France · Barcelona, Spain · Valencia, Spain · Seville, Spain · Lagos, Portugal · Cascais, Portugal · Porto, Portugal · Lisbon, Portugal...

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Sophie, Rice and Fish

By: Mark Hill

'Eat Pray Love' meets 'An Apple A Day' meets 'Under The Tuscan Sun'. Stuck in a job he hates, madly smitten with a woman two decades his junior, racing helplessly into middle age and living in a world where vodka and orange juice is considered breakfast food, Mark Hill knows it's time to make a big life change. He quits his job, stuffs a few clothes and some personal items into an old navy duffel bag, sends all of his other possessions to the bin or the charity shop and books a one-way ticket to Portugal. In a small town slightly off the tourist trail he leaves the rat race behind, discovers a slower pace of life, comes to terms with unrequited love, develops a taste for fresh fish and eventually learns how to say "boa tarde." Poignant, insightful and sometimes funny, Sophie, Rice and Fish is for anyone who’s ever thought "there has to be more to life than this." ...

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5000 Praises to our God : I Will Praise Thee O Lord

By: Jacob G George

Hi Friends, A book of 5000 Praises to GOD. I have been blessed by reading this book and I want you to recive same blessing. Please read and forward to your friends and family members so that they also may recive the same blessings from GOD. May God Bless You, Please Pray for me and My family, Jacob George...

Our Web : http://fm-church.blogspot.com For Copies Please contact : G Jacob George, S/O Rev G Dayanand # 1-9-69/A/1, Ramnagar, Hyderabad, Telangana(AP), India – 500020. Mobile # 91-09985117937 , 91-09177389232 E Mail ID – gjacobgeorge77@gmail.com, gjacobgeorge@rediffmail.com. ...

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On Top of the Rainbow

By: K. Meador

Five year old Gabe runs away from home. While in the forest he meets Lep and Elita and climbs a rainbow. On Top of the Rainbow he must make the decision to cross over to a land of delight or go back to his family that he loves. Come and visit with Gabe, Lep and Elita as they discover the importance of family love....

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Mr. Cow

By: Constantin Maria Fortis

This book is about a cow that is a spy and has to save the world.

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The Treasure I : Internet and WWW or the Society of King Salome

By: Junior Parfait Ngouoto Moukolo

The Treasure: Internet or the Society of the King Salome. Don’t you know that Internet and WWW are the fruit of the Quantum Revolution? At the beginning are great inventors like Thomas Alva......

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Fuchsleben

By: Ms. Raphaela Salhofer

Why does the fox only come out at night? Is he a sly thief? Or just a misunderstood little creature? This is a magic story that involves the birth of a lakemaid, a lonely fox and a blind owl that can see more than most of us. A short fable with a fairytale attitude and some social critisism. For kids and mostly for people who never grew up....

The word of one deer was worth more than thousands of truths. Only because ist antlers were so impressive?

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Operation Theater Techniques : Obstetrics & Gynecology

By: Dr. Shashank Vyankatesh Parulekar

The book is meant for resident doctors who are starting their training. Obstetrics & Gynecology is a subject that involves a lot of operative procedures. Just knowledge of which instruments to use and which steps to perform is not enough to perform an operation successfully. A lot depends on manual dexterity. A basic knowledge of the technique of holding different instruments correctly and passing sutures, ligatures, and tying knots is essential for performance of all types of operations. This aspect has not been dealt with by any book so far. I have written this book to bridge that gap in the educational resources available to students....

For resident doctors who are starting their training in Obstetrics & Gynecology.

Section 1 Holding Surgical Instruments Section 2 Preparing Self For Operating Section 3 Suturing Section 4 Ligatures Section 5 Surgical Knots

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The Life(s) of I' 'Me' 'You' 'Us' Book 2 : The abuses of the innocents, Volume 2

By: Tom Dobbie

Poetry about child abuse, domestic violence and the cover up of these by social workers and police and the secret family court.

in all my life i never expected what happened next pray that you and your children are never subject to social workers ..................................... Introduction Specific to Book2 of the series. Should we discuss tragedy and the bad things that do happen in life ? No, we should not dwell on it or make it our entertainment. Yes, we should know it, how it occurred and how we can prevent it. My life has had such profound joys and beauty, that part of me says it is only natural that life should also have had the dark side in all of its menace........... and so the menace came....

Item Title 1 General Introduction 2 Introduction to Book 2 3 Index Warning. Abuse & Violence On Children by their Mother On Children and adults by Social Workers Beware of triggering. Note Poem numbers start from where they stopped in the last book in this series. Poem123 My Little Boy Is Taught To Fear His Mum Again. Poem124 My Little Boy Is Assaulted By His Mum Again Poem125 Ken’s Slime In Your Pants Poem126 Ken’s Triumph. Poem127 Protecting My Children Poem128 Don’t Hate The Child Poem129 How A Toxic Mother Poisons Her Child. Poem130 SS Only Tick Boxes Poem131 Abusive Authorities Poem132 Abusive Authorities 2. Poem133 A Policeman Assumes Poem134 Agitated: Should the victim be agitated ? Poem135 Golf Ball Stories Poem136 Fear For My Children Poem137 I Despair Without My Children Poem138 Callous Cankers Of Mankind Poem139 Fretting For My Children Poem140 The Struggle With Suicide Poem141 The First Judgement Poem142 The Sentencing Poem143 Probation The ...

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Prey on the Prowl (A Crime Novel)

By: BS Murthy

Synopsis Madhu and his mistress Mala were poisoned and Pravar, Mala’s brother, implicates Madhu’s wife Radha in the double murder. Radha seeks Dhruva’s help even as Kavya, rescued by him, takes to her kidnapper Pravar. The series of death by poisoning that follow puzzle Dhruva no end....

That June evening, the crimson sun gave in to the dark monsoon clouds to let them end its long summer reign over the Deccan skies. What with the thickening clouds thundering in triumph, Dhruva woke up from his siesta, and by the time he moved into the portico of his palatial bungalow at 9, Castle Hills, the skies had opened up to shower its sprawling lawns. It was as if the eagerness of the rainfall matched the longing of the parched soil to receive its fertile mate in an aroma of embrace, and in the ensuing echoes of that seasonal union, the roots of the garden plants devoured every raindrop, that is, even as their leaves shed the overburden to accommodate the new arrivals....

Agenda for Revenge 1. Prey on the Prowl 2. Shakeel’s Fixation 3. Ranjit’s Predicament 4. Rags to Riches 5. Dhruva’s Dilemma 6. The Gatecrasher 7. Operation Checkmate 8. Foul on Pravar 9. Stockholm Syndrome 10. An Aborted Affair 11. Psyche of Revenge 12. Victim of Trust 13. Backyard of Life 14. Cuckoo’s Nest 15. ‘Untried’ Crime 16. Kavya’s Quagmire 17. Murders to Mislead 18. The Other Woman 19. Shakeel’s Demise 20. A Perfect Murder 21. Deaths in Spandan 22. Arraigned in Remand 23. Depressing Discovery 24. The Red Herring 25. Wages of Abuse 26. Decoding the Crime 27. A Poignant End ...

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Failure to Launch : From Big Data to Big Decisions; Why velocity, variety and volume is not improving decision making and how to fix it

By: Forte Wares

The key to making big data initiatives a success lies within making the produced data more digestible and usable in decision making, rather than making it just ‘more,’ resulting in the creation of an environment wherein information is used to generate real impact. Put another way, the survival of Big Data is more about making the right data(not just higher volume) available to the right people (not just higher variety) at the right time (not just higher velocity)....

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My Russian Side

By: Alex Gilbert

Alex was followed on a New Zealand TV Documentary in 2013 while he was doing the search on his Birth Parents. He was adopted out of Russia at 2 years old and brought to NZ. Without any knowledge on who his Birth Parents are Alex decides to do a search on them 20 years later. He manages to find them using social media with the only information on them were their names on paper. He travels to Russia late 2013 to meet them for the first time in his entire life....

Hello! Let me start this book by introducing myself. My name is Alex Gilbert and I was born in a small town in Russia, called Arkhangelsk, on the 1st of April 1992. I was adopted from a small orphanage in my birth town and brought to NZ in 1994 when I was 2 years old. I was raised in Whangarei by my wonderful parents Mark and Janice Gilbert. I have a brother called Andrei who was also born in Russia in the same orphanage and adopted with me. Growing up in Whangarei, for me, was easy-going and the years went by fast. I have a lot of great memories from growing up there that I always want to revisit....

Chapter 1 First Search Chapter 2 First Contact With My Biological Mother Chapter 3 It Just Keeps on Getting Better Chapter 4 First Call with my Birth Father Chapter 5 1st Trip Planning Chapter 6 Hold Back! Chapter 7 Only the Beginning! Chapter 8 Leaving NZ Chapter 9 Meeting My Birth Mother Chapter 10 Meeting My Birth Father Chapter 11 Conclusion ...

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Onto the Stage : ‘Slighted Souls’ and other stage and radio plays

By: BS Murthy

With boundless gratitude to the peerless Chatla Sreeramulu, the director–actor of Telugu theatre, who had opened the wide windows to the grand stage the sneaking view of which enabled me to shape these plays ...

Scene – 1 Voice Over: Under the British Raj in India, the self-indulging Nizams of Hyderabad abdicated the administration of their vast principality to doralu, the village heads, letting them turn the areas under their domain into their personal fiefdoms. While the successive Nizams were obsessed with building palaces and acquiring jewelry, the village heads succeeded in ushering in an oppressive era of tyrannical order. Acting as loose cannon from their palatial houses called gadis, the doralu succeeded in foisting an inimical feudal order upon the downtrodden dalits. Besides making these dalits toil for them as cheap labor without impunity, the doralu had no qualms in making vassals out of the hapless women folk. What with the police patels and the revenue patwaris in nexus with the landed gentry and the moneyed shaukars making a common cause with the doralu in their unabated exploitation, their sub-human condition ensured that the dalits were distressed economically, degraded socially and debased morally. Ironically, lending the privileged few the muscle power to perpetrate the inimical social order were their henchmen f...

Slighted Souls A political stage play by BS Murthy On one side Dramatis Personae On the other Muthyal Rao, Dora of Rampur. Yellaiah, a peasant. Papa Rao, Police Patel. Mallamma, Yellaiah’s wife. Rami Reddy, Patwari. Narsimma, Yellaiah’s son. Papi Reddy, landlord. Sarakka, Yellaiah’s daughter. Shaukar Suryam, moneylender. Maisamma, Mallamma’s mother. Veeraiah, Head Constable. ...

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