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Off the Deep End

Author: Off The Deep End
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The once star profiler for the FBI, Doug ONeal, who has been able to capture the greatest of serial killers, rapists, and criminals, comes back to San Francisco to find the worst of them. Because of this killer’s background, the FBI has never even known he existed. Doug has only suspected that he exists. The FBI puts together a task force with the San Francisco police, Anne Borges, and Jeff Shinn to hunt down this suspect to prevent any more deaths. The police are always looking for the suspect, but are they looking in the right place? While this killer evolves and develops his methods, the members of the task force learn more about each other and themselves, leading their own lives down different paths and growing as they join each other in pursuit. So near to retirement and after so many years of chasing monsters, it’s a wonder Doug has not gone off the deep end himself. When the ordinary go off the deep end and become a monster, they are an ordinary monster, but this is not the case when the extraordinary become a monster.


Off the Deep End

Author: Nic Compton
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Confined in a small space for months on end, subject to ship's discipline and living on limited food supplies, many sailors of old lost their minds – and no wonder. Many still do. The result in some instances was bloodthirsty mutinies, such as the whaleboat Sharon whose captain was butchered and fed to the ship's pigs in a crazed attack in the Pacific. Or mob violence, such as the 147 survivors on the raft of the Medusa, who slaughtered each other in a two-week orgy of violence. So serious was the problem that the Royal Navy's own physician claimed sailors were seven times more likely to go mad than the rest of the population. Historic figures such as Christopher Columbus, George Vancouver, Fletcher Christian (leader of the munity of the Bounty) and Robert FitzRoy (founder of the Met Office) have all had their sanity questioned. More recently, sailors in today's round-the-world races often experience disturbing hallucinations, including seeing elephants floating in the sea and strangers taking the helm, or suffer complete psychological breakdown, like Donald Crowhurst. Others become hypnotised by the sea and jump to their deaths. Off the Deep End looks at the sea's physical character, how it confuses our senses and makes rational thought difficult. It explores the long history of madness at sea and how that is echoed in many of today's yacht races. It looks at the often-marginal behaviour of sailors living both figuratively and literally outside society's usual rules. And it also looks at the sea's power to heal, as well as cause, madness.


When You re About To Go Off The Deep End Don t Take Your Kids With You

Author: Kelly E. Nault
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Off the Deep End

Author: William Hodding Carter
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A lifelong swimming enthusiast who had always dreamed of Olympic glory describes how, despite his failure to qualify for the Olympic trials from 1976 through 2004, he took up his quest at the age of forty-two by preparing for the Masters Championships, undergoing a long, difficult, and effective training regimen in pursuit of his dream.


Off the Deep End

Author: Dennis Driscoll
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Jump Off The Deep End

Author: Traci Morris
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“A Good Girl Gets Caught Up...Don't Judge Me Until You've Heard My Story...” "Always perfect," Merci Townsend, gets tangled into a relationship she never fathomed with an engaged, older, high-powered business man. In the process, she earns a sordid status - Jump Off.Going against everything she was brought up to believe, her life goes into a downward spiral, challenging her secret belief that she could make it without God. Wealthy, millionaire business heir, James Jansen III, stokes the desires of women everywhere with his dynamic looks and powerful status. On the surface, he seems like the generic hero out of a romance novel. Underneath, the truth is anything but. He is unconditionally and irrevocably, human. Jump Off:The Deep End is a Christian Cautionary Tale of Fiction that is UNAPOLOGETICALLY REAL, contemporary and full of romance. With elements of humor and the sobering truth, it's inspirational without being too religious - and full of surprises!


Off the Deep End 1983

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Off the Deep End

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The Australian writer and photographer reflects upon his travels in search of the real Robinson Crusoe, Ernest Hemingway's Cuban fishing guide, and the place Somerset Maugham christened "last place God created"


Faith and Loving on the Way to Heaven

Author: James Shinn
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Come on a journey of faith, love and learning on one psychotherapist's spiritual journey to the Promised Land. The author promises you will be entertained, enlightened and encouraged as you learn answers to many spiritual questions that face travelers in a rapidly changing society. This self-help book, will direct you to helping yourself as you receive from the Greatest Helper in history.


The Graveyard

Author: Marek Hlasko
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“History has no use for witnesses.” When Marek Hłasko sent this novel to publishers in Poland in the mid-1950s, it was uniformly rejected. When he asked why, he was told: “This Poland doesn’t exist.” Long out of print, The Graveyard is Hłasko’s portrait of a system built on such denial and willful blindness. Factory worker Franciszek Kowalski is on his way home one evening after drinking with an old friend from the People’s Army when he unthinkingly yells some insults at a policeman. His outburst is taken as criticism of the government, and he is arrested and then expelled from the Party. Kowalski attempts to rehabilitate himself by gathering testimonies from the men he had fought alongside, but each meeting with his former comrades takes him further into the underworld that he realizes has been there all along. Written midway through Hłasko’s meteoric career, The Graveyard set its author and the Polish Communist government implacably against each other, and it’s easy to see why: Hłasko pulls no punches in portraying a regime that is maintained by constant surveillance, intimidation, and profound psychological manipulation. A classic novel of political disillusionment from one of Poland’s seminal writers, an original “Angry Young Man” who lived fast, died young, and wrote brilliantly. From the Trade Paperback edition.