Harlequin Intrigue August 2014 Bundle 2 of 2

Author: Cynthia Eden
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1460339800
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Harlequin Intrigue brings you three new edge-of-your-seat romances for one great price, available now! This Harlequin Intrigue bundle includes Evidence of Passion by NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Cynthia Eden, Secret Obsession by Robin Perini and Blood Ties in Chef Voleur by Mallory Kane. Catch a thrill with 6 new edge-of-your-seat romances every month from Harlequin Intrigue!

Spy in the Saddle

Author: Dana Marton
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 0373697260
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Two agents must work together without letting a tense past—and a sizzling new attraction—disrupt their most important mission in Dana Marton's HQ: Texas miniseries It's been ten years since soldier Shep Lewis laid eyes on delinquent-turned-FBI agent Lilly Tanner, and this time they have an even bigger problem than each other: terrorists. In the center of a smuggling operation, Shep and Lilly must partner up and protect each other. Not even their undercover identities can mask the mounting attraction between the pair as they struggle to survive in the merciless Texas borderlands. Can they put the past behind them and focus on the mission at hand? Or will their partnership reignite the flames of their untapped passions?

The Psychology of Women

Author: Margaret W. Matlin
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1133419216
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This highly respected text offers students an enjoyable, extraordinarily well-written introduction to the psychology of women with an up-to-date examination of the field and comprehensive coverage of topics. Appropriate for students from a wide variety of backgrounds, Margaret Matlin's THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN, 7th Edition, accurately depicts women's experiences through direct quotations and an emphasis on empirical research. Known for its balance of scholarship, readability, and inclusion of various kinds of women, the text reflects a genuine interest in and understanding of the readers for whom it was written. This edition is updated to incorporate the most current research, and continues to examine numerous topics that are central to many women's lives but omitted from competing textbooks, including complete chapters on childhood, adolescence, love relationships, motherhood, health psychology, and psychological disorders. Matlin also provides enhanced coverage of such important topics as social class, ethnic diversity, pregnancy, and women's retirement as she continues to lead the way for the psychology of women course. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Origins of Logical Empiricism

Author: Ronald N. Giere
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 9780816628346
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Logical empiricism remains a strong influence in the philosophy of science, despite the discipline's shift toward more historical and naturalistic approaches. This latest volume in the eminent Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science series examines the main features of the intellectual milieu from which logical empiricism sprang, providing the first critical exploration of this context by authors within the Anglo-American analytic tradition of philosophy. These articles challenge the idea that logical empiricism has its origins in traditional British empiricism, pointing instead to a movement of scientific philosophy that flourished in the German-speaking areas of Europe in the first four decades of the twentieth century. The intellectual refugees from the Third Reich who brought logical empiricism to North America did so in an environment influenced by Einstein's new physics, the ascension of modern logic, the birth of the social sciences as rivals to traditional humanistic philosophy, and other large-scale social, political, and cultural themes.

Eco Fascists

Author: Elizabeth Nickson
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062080059
Format: PDF
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Forty million Americans have been driven from their lands and rural culture is being systematically crushed, even as wildlife, forests, and rangelands are dying. Journalist Elizabeth Nickson’s investigations into these events have revealed a shocking truth: rather than safeguarding our environment, radical conservationists are actually destroying our natural heritage. In Eco-Fascists, Nickson documents the destructive impact of the environmental movement in North America and beyond, detailing the extreme damage environmental radicals in local and national government agencies are doing to the land, the ecosystems, and the people. Readers of Alston Chase’s Playing God in Yellowstone and In a Dark Wood, and anyone who is deeply concerned about global warming and the environment must read Elizabeth Nickson’s Eco-Fascists.

250 Treasured Country Desserts

Author: Andrea Chesman
Publisher: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1603421521
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Including more than 250 easy-to-bake recipes for the classic desserts loved by everyone, two veteran cookbook authors provide the best recipes at the best price--including whoopie pies, blondies, apple cobblers, and raisiny rice pudding--along with little-known food anecdotes and historical tidbits. Original.

LGBT Youth Issues Today

Author: David E. Newton
Publisher: Abc-Clio Incorporated
ISBN: 9781610693158
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Explores issues pertaining to LGBT youth, including the challenges of coming out, bullying, homelessness, and suicidal ideation, and provides a brief history of same-sex behavior and its cultural perception.

Liberated Territory

Author: Yohuru Williams
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822389428
Format: PDF
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With their collection In Search of the Black Panther Party, Yohuru Williams and Jama Lazerow provided a broad analysis of the Black Panther Party and its legacy. In Liberated Territory, they turn their attention to local manifestations of the organization, far away from the party’s Oakland headquarters. This collection’s contributors, all historians, examine how specific party chapters and offshoots emerged, developed, and waned, as well as how the local branches related to their communities and to the national party. The histories and character of the party branches vary as widely as their locations. The Cape Verdeans of New Bedford, Massachusetts, were initially viewed as a particular challenge for the local Panthers but later became the mainstay of the Boston-area party. In the early 1970s, the Winston-Salem, North Carolina, chapter excelled at implementing the national Black Panther Party’s strategic shift from revolutionary confrontation to mainstream electoral politics. In Detroit, the Panthers were defined by a complex relationship between their above-ground activities and an underground wing dedicated to armed struggle. While the Milwaukee chapter was born out of a rising tide of black militancy, it ultimately proved more committed to promoting literacy and health care and redressing hunger than to violence. The Alabama Black Liberation Front did not have the official imprimatur of the national party, but it drew heavily on the Panthers’ ideas and organizing strategies, and its activism demonstrates the broad resonance of many of the concerns articulated by the national party: the need for jobs, for decent food and housing, for black self-determination, and for sustained opposition to police brutality against black people. Liberated Territory reveals how the Black Panther Party’s ideologies, goals, and strategies were taken up and adapted throughout the United States. Contributors: Devin Fergus, Jama Lazerow, Ahmad A. Rahman, Robert W. Widell Jr., Yohuru Williams