Red Gold

Author: Alan Furst
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1780221517
Format: PDF
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The sequel to THE WORLD AT NIGHT featuring Jean Casson Set in the underworld of Paris in 1941. Reluctant spy Jean Casson returns to occupied Paris under a new identity. He is wanted by the Gestapo therefore must stay away from the civilised circles he knew as a film producer and learn to survive in the shadowy backstreets and cheap hotels of Pigalle. Yet as the war drags on, he finds himself drawn back into the dangerous world of resistance and sabotage . . .

Red Gold

Author: John Hemming
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780330427326
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Covering the history of the Brazilian Indians from 1500 to 1760, from the point of first contact through to their conquest by the Portuguese, this is the first volume in John Hemming's history of the Amazon.

The Red Gold

Author: John Snow
Publisher: Digital Stories
ISBN: 8293162120
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The Red Gold is the third book in The Viking Series. After a disastrous fire, Sigve the Awful decides to rebuild the old hall, but in one of the post holes, the thralls find a gold hoard hidden under the stone footing. It’s a huge treasure trove, but how big is it? And who buried the gold? Sigve’s guardsmen have spotted a large warship sailing towards Vik, and in order to defend the gold, the young chieftain may once again depend on Yljali, his thrall lover. Only she can unleash the hidden powers of his magic sword. Yljali, however, is in labour, giving birth to Sigve’s child. In this third book, Sigve finds himself becoming ever more deeply ensnared in the politics and wars of the turbulent world of the Viking kings. The young and unexperienced leader must use all his wits and strength to defend his property and his people. He may even depend on the gods.

Red Gold of Africa

Author: Eugenia W. Herbert
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299096045
Format: PDF, ePub
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Sub-Saharan Africa has a long association with the extraction and exploitation of copper and it has long been known that copper held a more significant position in African society than either gold or silver. In this book, Eugenia Herbert explores the copper resoures of Africa and the metallurgical processes that were learnt and used to produce a range of objects for a variety of different social, political and ritual purposes from its earliest exploitation c.2000 BC to the colonial era c.AD 1870-80. Her study looks at the trade in copper both within and outside the region, and at its role within society as a means to `support divine authority, the augmenter of fertility, the propitator of the ancestors, and the repeller of witches'.

Red Gold

Author: Sandy Nadeau
Publisher: Pelican Ventures Book Group
ISBN: 1611163218
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Mandy Phillips loves life with her husband running an adventure ranch in the Colorado mountains, but when Mr. Shonee, their crotchety old neighbor, tries to stop them from building a kid-size old west town their dreams of expansion are crushed. Is Shonee just being a difficult neighbor, or is something more sinister going on? A discovery on the property of Colorado's state mineral leads to more mysteries for the ranch, and then a teenage guest finds herself thrust head first into danger. Mandy will have to rescue her, but who will rescue Mandy? Her faith in God is her only source to keep the guests safe, solve the mysteries surrounding her ranch, save her neighbor from himself, and discover the secrets of the Red Gold.

Red Gold

Author: Bruce Kimmel
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1491873892
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Here is the story of young Jeremiah Goldberg, a 10-year-old in the burg of Stillwater, California in 1880, a boomtown with mystery, murder, and intrigue at its core. For Jeremiah and his trusty pals, Rachel Burgoyne and Fong Lee, there’s adventure to be mined, and Red Gold delivers the mother lode with aplomb. Like the dime novels featuring the setting-the-world-to-rights avenger McAlester, so beloved of our pint-sized hero, Red Gold tells the tale of a Jewish boy becoming a man when events threaten to turn Jeremiah’s actual life into a story torn from the pages of pulp fiction.

Red Gold

Author: Rod Scurlock
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1467045608
Format: PDF, Docs
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Red gold

Author: Grigori Raiport
Publisher: J P Tarcher
ISBN:
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A former Soviet sports psychologist reveals the Russian and East German techniques for peak performance training used by those wishing to excel in sports and other professions, methods that can be utilized in sports pursuits and daily activities