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Hell s Corner

Author: David Baldacci
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Hell's Corner is the blockbusting finale to David Baldacci's phenomenal Camel Club series. On the night of the State Dinner honouring the British Prime Minister, Oliver Stone witnesses an explosion as the motorcade leaves the White House. A bomb has been detonated in what looks like a terrorist plot directed at the President and the Prime Minister. In the aftermath, British MI5 agent Mary Chapman, an experienced, lethal operative with an agenda of her own, is sent to assist and coordinate the investigation alongside American authorities. Stone, together with Harry Finn, Alex Ford and the rest of the Camel Club, is drawn into the inquiry. But everything is not what it seems, and what happened in the park may not have been the actual plan. It seems the mysterious attackers had another target in their sights, and it's up to the Camel Club to stop them, or face the catastrophic results.


Return to Hell s Corner

Author: E. Roy Hector
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In the exciting, fast-paced Western adventure sequel to Escape from Hell's Corner, crazed killer Amos Clarke (aka Amos Watson) will stop at nothing to avenge the death of his father. Amos Watson's admiration for his father and almost worship of the blacksnake-whip were all that remained from outlaw Watson Clarke's horrific reign of terror inflicted on the people of southwest Texas during Amos' formative years. During his youth, Amos developed a seething rage and designed an insidious plan to avenge his father's death. His hatred of those responsible for killing his father included three Darnel brothers, two county sheriffs, a Mexican Army captain and the leading citizens of Turtle Creek. Amos avoided work and spent his youthful years committing crimes- mostly petty thievery─ he felt capable of doing without having to pay the penalty. Amos learned all his killer father's sly and cunning tricks and acquired his hedonic desire for feelings of satisfaction and pleasure while abusing women, especially young girls. He always brought home to his mother the money and other valuables he robbed. Set in the picturesque Texas mountains, Return to Hell's Corner combines danger, romance, bravery, and good old-fashioned western justice to provide an exhilarating ride through the lawless wasteland of the Old West.


Hell s Corner 1940

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Escape from Hell s Corner

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Gangs of bloodthirsty and ruthless outlaws terrorized the American Southwest before and after Mexico ceded the land now called Texas. One such pack of thirty or forty cutthroats had what they thought was a perfectly impregnable hideout until a trio of U.S. Marshals was given the mission of bringing them to justice. These marshals were no barroom toughs, they'd been brought up church-going citizens, and all three had been schooled in the art of self-defense and survival. The leader of this outlaw gang made a fatal mistake when he ordered a rancher's beautiful virgin daughter kidnapped. His gunmen terrorized this beautiful maiden with a rattlesnake while threatening her with a life of abuse and humiliation at the hands of the outlaw boss. The boss of this lawless low-life gang of killers took great pride in using his blacksnake whip to maintain his unshakeable hold on his captives and even on the outlaws if they displeased him. He and his gang killed for the thrill of watching the innocent die. Members of this gang would lead the marshals on a chase throughout the Southwest and across the Rio Grande into Mexico, leaving a bloody trail of robbery and death.


Hell s Corner

Author: J. L. Granatstein
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In the triumphs of their victories and the horrors of their losses, Canadian combatants first tested their military skills on the battlefields of Europe. In Hell's Corner, one of Canada's master historians tells the story of how Canada became involved in World War I, how it fought the war and how it emerged from that conflict a stronger and more unified nation. Using a wealth of first-person accounts and thoughtfully chosen illustrations, Hell's Corner depicts the struggles of Canadians on both the home front and the battlefield. This account of Canada in the Great War is enhanced by much fresh material, in the form of 100 black-and-white and 35 colour photographs, gathered from the collections of the Canadian War Museum, many of which have never been published before.


Hell s Around the Corner

Author: Salomé Veder
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“Love, is a fiery thing. And when two souls collide that shouldn’t, it burns…” Sebastian St. Claire is nothing but the consummate professional. His job is to protect the daughter of a VIP client but instead, he finds himself intrigued by her fiery personality and innocent beauty. Marisa Rothman is studying for her master’s degree at a small, private college in Illinois. As the daughter of a FBI agent whose life has been threatened, for her safety, she has been put under the protection of Sevren Securities––and under the eagle eye of Sebastian. He is an enigma, a man colder than ice; and yet, smolders from within. Marisa senses something deeper in Sebastian that she can’t ignore, and it draws her toward him, like a moth to the forbidden flame. However, the circumstances of the situation puts Sebastian in a precarious position, for his deepening attraction to Marisa threatens to dismantle the carefully constructed walls he’s built in his heart, and possibly violate the oath of his duties to protect her with his body. And nothing more. But pure existence is never black and white, and when two souls find each other, and ignite, there is no turning back. No matter if the danger that still lingers threatens to return, and with devastating consequences.


A Small Corner of Hell

Author: Anna Politkovskaya
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A chilling account of the war in Chechnya by a Russian journalist takes readers into the heart of this troubled region of the Caucasus, surveying the centuries of animosity between Russian and the Chechnyans that exploded into full-scale war in the early 1990s and was re-ignited by a series of terrorist attacks in 1999. (Current Affairs)


Operation Crossbow

Author: Allan Williams
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The story of the photographic intelligence work undertaken from a country house at Medmenham, Buckinghamshire, is one of the great lost stories of the Second World War . At its peak in 1944, almost 2,000 British and American men and women worked at the top-secret Danesfield House, interpreting photographs - the majority stereoscopic so they could be viewed in 3D - to unlock secrets of German military activity and weapons development. Millions of aerial photographs were taken by Allied pilots, flying unarmed modified Spitfires and Mosquitos on missions over Nazi Europe. it was said that an aircraft could land, the photographs be developed and initial interpretation completed within two hours - marking the culmination of years of experiments in aerial intelligence techniques. Their finest hour began in 1943, during the planning stages of the Allied invasion of Europe, when Douglas Kendall, who masterminded the interpretation work at Medmenham, led the hunt for Hitler's secret weapons. Operation Crossbow would grow from a handful of photographic interpreters to the creation of a hand-picked team, and came to involve interpreters from across the Medmenham spectrum, including the team of aircraft specialists led by the redoubtable Constance Babington Smith. In November that year, whilst analysing photographs of Peenemunde in northern Germany, they spotted a small stunted aircraft on a ramp. This intelligence breakthrough linked the Nazi research station with a growing network of sites in northern France, where ramps were being constructed aligned not only with London, but targets throughout southern Britain. Through the combined skill and dedication of the Crossbow team and the heroism of the Allied pilots, throughout late 1943 and 1944 V-weapon launch sites were located and through countermeasures destroyed, saving hundreds of thousands of lives, and changing the course of the war. Operation Crossbow is a wonderful story of human endeavour and derring-do, told for the first time.


Hell s Broke Loose in Georgia

Author: Scott Walker
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Darling, I never wanted to gow home as bad in my life as I doo now and if they don’t give mee a furlow I am going any how. Written in December 1862 by Private Wright Vinson in Tennessee to his wife, Christiana, in Georgia, these lines go to the heart of why Scott Walker wrote this history of the Fifty-seventh Georgia Infantry, a unit of the famed Mercer’s Brigade. All but a few members of the Fifty-seventh lived within a close radius of eighty miles from each other. More than just an account of their military engagements, this is a collective biography of a close-knit group. Relatives and neighbors served and died side by side in the Fifty-seventh, and Walker excels at showing how family ties, friendships, and other intimate dynamics played out in wartime settings. Humane but not sentimental, the history abounds in episodes of real feeling: a starving soldier’s theft of a pie; another’s open confession, in a letter to his wife, that he may desert; a slave’s travails as a camp orderly. Drawing on memoirs and a trove of unpublished letters and diaries, Walker follows the soldiers of the Fifty-seventh as they push far into Unionist Kentucky, starve at the siege of Vicksburg, guard Union prisoners at the Andersonville stockade, defend Atlanta from Sherman, and more. Hardened fighters who would wish hell on an incompetent superior but break down at the sight of a dying Yankee, these are real people, as rarely seen in other Civil War histories.


An Army At Dawn

Author: Rick Atkinson
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The liberation of Europe and the destruction of the Third Reich is a story of courage and enduring triumph, of calamity and miscalculation. In this first volume of the Liberation Trilogy, Rick Atkinson shows why no modern reader can understand the ultimate victory of the Allied powers without a grasp of the great drama that unfolded in North Africa in 1942 and 1943. Beginning with the daring amphibious invasion in November 1942, An Army at Dawn follows the British and American armies as they fight the French in Morocco and Algeria, and then take on the Germans and Italians in Tunisia. Battle by battle, an inexperienced and sometimes poorly led army gradually becomes a superb fighting force. Central to the tale are the extraordinary but fallible commanders who come to dominate the battlefield: Eisenhower, Patton, Bradley, Montgomery and Rommel.