Stephanie Tyler - Fiction - 2011 - 352 pages
A Shadow Force Novel Stephanie Tyler. “Because you want to know what
happened that day as badly as I do!” she shouted and then lowered her voice
again. “Admit it, you're disappointed that I wasn't able to help more.” “Do I want a
Marc Aubinet, Timo Vesala, Dario Papale - Science - 2012 - 438 pages
This highly practical handbook is an exhaustive treatment of eddy covariance measurement that will be of keen interest to scientists who are not necessarily specialists in micrometeorology.
Bibek Ray, Arun Bhunia - Technology & Engineering - 2013 - 663 pages
Written by experts with approximately fifty years of combined experience, the book provides an in-depth understanding of how to reduce microbial food spoilage, improve intervention technologies, and develop effective control methods for ...
Marina A. Petrukhina, Lawrence T. Scott - Science - 2011 - 375 pages
This book is the first of its kind to reflect upon the intense and rapidly growing interest in open geodesic polyaromatic molecules, specifically focusing on their synthesis and reactivity in metal binding reactions.
Ted Bell - Fiction - 2003 - 432 pages
"Hawke is a fast-paced adventure...truly an exciting read," says Nelson DeMille. "Rich, spellbinding, and absorbing, Hawke is packed with surprises," raves Clive Cussler.
Patricia Storace - Travel - 2011 - 416 pages
" --The New York Review of Books "I lived in Athens, at the intersection of a prostitute and a saint." So begins Patricia Storace's astonishing memoir of her year in Greece.
Jennifer Wright Knust, Zsuzsanna Varhelyi - Religion - 2011 - 352 pages
Examining the diverse religious texts and practices of the late Hellenistic and Roman periods, this collection of essays investigates the many meanings and functions of ritual sacrifice in the ancient world.
Samuel Weaver, J. Fred Weston - Business & Economics - 2001 - 350 pages
This hands-on book details the strategies, elements, and instruction found in today's finest business schools and executive education seminars, then outlines a step-by-step model for understanding and acting on the numbers that come across ...
Naomi Hirahara - Fiction - 2004 - 304 pages
A spellbinding mystery played out from war-torn Japan to the rich tidewaters of L.A.’s multicultural landscape, this stunning debut novel weaves a powerful tale of family, loyalty, and the price of both survival and forgiveness.
Gretar Tryggvason, Diran Apelian - Technology & Engineering - 2011 - 300 pages
Comprised of fourteen chapters written by respected experts on engineering education, the book is divided into three parts that address the need for change in the way engineering is taught; specific innovations that have been tested, why ...
Joseph B. Atkins - Political Science - 2008 - 279 pages
Using individual events to reveal the broad picture, Covering for the Bosses is a personal journey by a textile worker's son who grew up in North Carolina, worked on tobacco farms and in textile plants as a young man, and went on to cover ...
Colin Dexter - Fiction - 2011 - 256 pages
"It is a delight to watch this brilliant, quirky man [Morse] deduce." MINNEAPOLIS STAR & TRIBUNE From the Paperback edition.
Philip Bobbitt - Political Science - 2011 - 960 pages
For five centuries it has taken the resources of a state to destroy another state . . . This is no longer true, owing to advances in international telecommunications, rapid computation, and weapons of mass destruction.