Chasing Shadows

Author: Clemency Montelle

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 0801899109

Category: Mathematics

Page: 424

View: 1989

Chasing Shadows is an invitingly written and highly informative exploration of the early history of astronomy.

Chasing Shadows

Author: Valerie Sherrard

Publisher: Dundurn

ISBN: 9781550025026

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 211

View: 2640

Shelby suspects foul play when her co-worker goes missing, but the police wont believe her, so she launches a search for a criminal who may not exist.

Chasing Shadows

Author: Sue Parker

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1452527148

Category: Religion

Page: 254

View: 6410

It is often said life is at its cruelest when a parent outlives his or her child. As unnatural as that may seem, many parents find themselves in that position. Whether caused by disease, illness, accident, crime, or suicide, parents can find themselves making funeral arrangements rather than planning a child's birthday party, graduation, or wedding. Author Sue Parker knows firsthand what that is like. In Chasing Shadows: A Mother's Attempt to Process Her Grief, Parker shares her experiences after the death of her youngest child. For much of 2012, Rowan said he wouldn't live to see 2013. After all, the Mayan calendar ended on December 22, 2012, so he reckoned everyone was going to die. Rather than dwell on the negativity, he grabbed every opportunity with enormous enthusiasm, including a quad bike ride that cost him his life on Boxing Day. Bereft, heartbroken, in a state of total shock, and struggling to survive, Parker felt she had two choices. She could follow him over a cliff or try to make some sense of the tragic turn her family's lives had taken. Everyone's experiences are different, but in Chasing Shadows: A Mother's Attempt to Process Her Grief, those going through similar circumstances may find help in knowing what to do to go forward. You'll discover the path forward is not always easy, and there will likely be times when you find yourself wondering, Why bother? Through her experience, Parker shows you can go on, and you should.

Chasing Shadows

Author: C. J. Lyons

Publisher: EdgyReads

ISBN: 1939038030

Category: Fiction

Page: 312

View: 8444

An undercover agent risks his life to take down a drug lord in this romantic suspense thriller by the New York Times–bestselling author of The Next Widow. Going undercover, playing the part of a disgraced former Marine, is easy for Chase Westin—until a Christmas Eve mission takes him back to his hometown and face to face with his estranged brother. When KC, an undercover FBI agent, flies into Chase’s life with her Doc Martens, purple, punk-rock hair, and Hollywood-hype leather and chains, Chase realizes that falling in love is more dangerous than catching bullets . . . Praise for New York Times–bestselling author CJ Lyons “Everything a great thriller should be—action packed, authentic, and intense.” —Lee Child, #1 New York Times–bestselling author “CJ Lyons scores a major triumph . . . Totally absorbing and impossible to put down.” —Douglas Preston, New York Times–bestselling author “A heroine you’ll never forget and a story that whips by at bullet speed. It’s easy to see why CJ Lyons is a perennial on the bestseller lists.” —Tess Gerritsen, New York Times–bestselling author “A high stakes adventure with dire consequences.” —Steve Berry, New York Times–bestselling author “I love how the characters come alive on every page.” —Jeffery Deaver, New York Times–bestselling author

Chasing Shadows

Author: David Brin,Stephen W. Potts

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 1466888253

Category: Political Science

Page: 336

View: 7513

A science fiction and tech-vision anthology about the coming era of transparency in the Information Age David Brin, Hugo award-winning author of The Uplift War, presents Chasing Shadows, a collection of short stories and essays by other science fiction luminaries. As we debate Internet privacy, revenge porn, the NSA, and Edward Snowden, cameras get smaller, faster, and more numerous. Has Orwell's Big Brother finally come to pass? Or have we become a global society of thousands of Little Brothers—watching, judging, and reporting on one another? Partnering with the Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination, and inspired by Brin's nonfiction book The Transparent Society, noted author and futurist David Brin and scholar Stephen Potts have compiled essays and short stories from writers such as Robert J. Sawyer, James Morrow, William Gibson, Damon Knight, Jack McDevitt, and many others to examine the benefits and pitfalls of technologic transparency in all its permutations. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Chasing Shadows

Author: Hugo Gryn,Naomi Gryn

Publisher: Naomi Gryn

ISBN: 0140286616

Category: Berehove (Ukraine)

Page: 304

View: 5695

Hugo Gryn made a huge impression on the general public with his Radio 4's The Moral Maze: his wisdom, humour and compassion shone through the programme so that his sudden death in 1996 was greeted with great sadness. Few people knew though of his extraordinary life. This book consists of two separate memoirs written 40 years apart, which tell of his idyllic childhood in Berehovo in the Carpathian mountains and the increasing shadows thrown by the Nazis - until Hugo and his family were deported to Auschwitz. He describes the horrors but also the small acts of human courage and kindness.

Chasing Shadows

Author: Larry Wilson


ISBN: 0979040191

Category: Ghosts

Page: 200

View: 9964

Paranormal investigator Wilson journeys into the unexplained at Illinois' Williamsburg Hill, Springfield's Legacy Theater, and the mysterious "Graveyard X;" at Missouri's Rockcliffe Mansion, Morse Mill Hotel, and Kemper Military Academy; and at Iowa's notorious Villisca Ax Murder House.

Chasing Shadows

Author: Andy Roberts


ISBN: 129114000X


Page: N.A

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Chasing Shadows

Author: Fred Burton,John R. Bruning

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 9780230117952

Category: True Crime

Page: 272

View: 2211

On a warm Saturday night in July 1973 in Bethesda Maryland, a gunman stepped out from behind a tree and fired five point-blank shots into Joe Alon, an unassuming Israeli Air Force pilot and family man. Alon's sixteen-year-old neighbor, Fred Burton, was deeply shocked by this crime that rocked his sleepy suburban neighborhood. As it turned out, Alon wasn't just a pilot—he was a high-ranking military official and with intelligence ties. The assassin was never found and the case was closed. In 2007, Fred Burton—who had since become a State Department counterterrorism special agent—reopened the case. Here, in Chasing Shadows, Burton spins a gripping tale of the secret agents, double dealings, terrorists and heroes he encounters he chases leads around the globe in an effort to solve this decades-old murder. From swirling dogfights over Egypt and Hanoi to gun battles on the streets of Beirut, this action-packed thriller looks in the dark heart of the Cold War to show power is uses, misused, and sold to the most convenient bidder.

Chasing Shadows

Author: Terri Reed

Publisher: Steeple Hill

ISBN: 142684350X

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

View: 4412

When senior citizens start mysteriously disappearing from a Boston retirement home, heiress Kristina Worthington is suspicious. Especially since she fears her beloved grandmother is next. Without solid evidence, she's forced to turn to the one police officer who might listen—her former love, Gabe Burke. Now a seasoned cop, Gabe still sees her as the rich girl whose family thought he wasn't good enough. And though he takes on the case, Gabe seems convinced he's chasing shadows. Until they start dodging threats, bullets…and their own rekindled feelings.