Phantom Heart

A steamy YA romance inspired by Gaston Leroux's classic The Phantom of the Opera Seventeen-year-old Stephanie Armand doesn't believe in ghosts or spirits.

Phantom Heart

A steamy YA romance inspired by Gaston Leroux's classic The Phantom of the Opera Seventeen-year-old Stephanie Armand doesn't believe in ghosts or spirits. Despite her six-year-old sister insisting a masked figure is hiding in her closet, and the rumors at school, Stephanie isn't convinced her father's latest renovation project--a crumbling Victorian mansion--houses the soul of a monster. So when the very charming (and paranormal-obsessed) Lucas Cheney takes an interest in both Stephanie and her notorious home, Moldavia, the supernatural and romantic activity escalates to an all-time high. But then there's Erik-- the dashing British boy, seemingly from another era, who's taken up residence in Stephanie's nightly dreams. A boy who may have something to do with the man in the mask, and the strange occurrences taking place at Moldavia.

The Phantom Detective

The Phantom's heart kicked out a steady hundred and thirty as it finally came to rest on him, picking out the bold letter eight on the sleeve of his coat. A sharp cultured voice drilled into the Phantom's ...

The Phantom Detective

A facsimile reprint of the very first issue of the classic pulp magazine, The Phantom Detective (original publication date: February 1933). It contains a complete novel about The Phantom Detective ("The Emperor of Death"), plus 3 short stories and an editorial ("Introducing the Phantom Detective").

Phantom Heart

Luke Wainwright doesn’t remember leaving, can’t recall where he’s been for the past several weeks, and hasn’t a clue how he came to be so far from home.

Phantom Heart

Luke Wainwright doesn’t remember leaving, can’t recall where he’s been for the past several weeks, and hasn’t a clue how he came to be so far from home. The only thing he knows is that he woke up one morning desperate to get back to his wife. But Rachel’s reception breaks his heart. She has questions he can’t answer, and even though he vows never to leave again, she refuses to let him in. Time all but stopped for Rachel Wainwright when she lost the love of her life in a tragic accident. She still goes to work every day, but she isn’t really living, doesn’t remember how to exist without Luke. Just as she picks herself up and starts to recover, a stranger who seems very familiar walks into her life—and changes things forever. Rachel finds herself at the center of a phenomenon even doctors don’t fully understand. Dare she believe? Her mind can’t quite comprehend it, but she holds onto this second chance at love with everything she can. Or tries to…

Phantom

Elena slipped closer to the phantom, coming up beside it on its right side. ... For a moment, Elena thought they were going to win that easily – that by attacking the rose at the phantom's heart, Stefan had defeated it.

Phantom

Since meeting vampire brothers, Stefan and Damon Salvatore, Elena Gilbert has been to hell and back. Now that she and her friends have saved their hometown from a demonic sprit, everything can finally go back to normal. But Elena should know better than anyone that Fell's Church will never be normal. In PHANTOM, a dangerous new other-worldly threat sets its sights on Elena. And this time she can only count on one Salvatore brother to protect her

The Phantom Detective Tycoon of Crime

The Phantom's heart turned to ice. A moment later, with one trooper remaining at the crashed plane with its two New York gangster corpses, the remaining motorcycles roared again down the road. And the Phantom sat astride the fender of ...

The Phantom Detective  Tycoon of Crime

A diabolical fiend uses the weapons of modern science to threaten humanity! Follow the Phantom as he embarks on one of the most exciting manhunts of his entire career -- and answers fire with fire! Ripped from the pages of "The Phantom Detective" magazine, here is the lead novel from the February, 1938 issue!

Phantom Lover

Ian felt his phantom heart jolt. She could sense his presence! Paige answered her phone. "How are you doing, Marge?" Her face lit up, but faltered, melting into a grim mask. "When did you see him?" She sounded afraid, yet resigned.

Phantom Lover

"Love knows no boundaries..." Ian Holt was an illustrious architect and confirmed bachelor in life. An earth-bound and lonely spirit in death. Paige Stanfield is an up-and-coming artist searching for peace and someday love, though one person stands in the way: her angry ex-husband. When Paige moves into Ian's Monterey Peninsula home five years after his death, he thinks he may have found his destiny. But how can a spirit and mortal woman become lovers? And how will he protect Paige when her ex-husband comes seeking revenge? Phantom Lover is a dramatic and sensual story where breaking all the rules of here and the hereafter are a must.

Phantom Heart

When Lea moves to Trinity Bay with her father after the loss of her beloved mother she takes a leap of faith and decides to embrace her new world and she starts to think she has lost her mind as a young man's voice emerges in the house.

Phantom Heart

When Lea moves to Trinity Bay with her father after the loss of her beloved mother she takes a leap of faith and decides to embrace her new world and she starts to think she has lost her mind as a young man's voice emerges in the house.

Geometric Modeling for Scientific Visualization

Figure 1 shows the data obtained from a phantom healthy heart ( [18], [4]) by this method. Observe that these sections correspond to a shape. Fig. 1. Sample SPECT images of the short axis sections of a phantom heart Fig. 4.

Geometric Modeling for Scientific Visualization

Geometric Modeling and Scientific Visualization are both established disciplines, each with their own series of workshops, conferences and journals. But clearly both disciplines overlap; this observation led to the idea of composing a book on Geometric Modeling for Scientific Visualization.

Interactive Finite Element Simulation of the Beating Heart for Image-Guided Robotic Cardiac Surgery Philip PRATT '1:1, ... The method has been applied initially to volumetric images of a pneumaticallyoperated beating heart phantom.


Odyssey

And answering her , said the dim phantom : heart , and be not in your mind too sore afraid . So true a guide goes with him as other men have prayed for aid — for powerful is she - Pallas Athene . Seeing you grieve , she pities you ...

Odyssey


Small Animal SPECT Imaging

(Left) Anterior view of the digital mouse phantom. (Right) Inspiratory motions simulated in the phantom. The heart can be seen to move downward and forward as the diaphragm contracts during inspiration. significantly decreasing the ...

Small Animal SPECT Imaging

Small-Animal SPECT Imaging is an edited work derived from the first workshop on Small-Animal SPECT Imaging held January 14-16, 2004 at the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA. The overall goal of the meeting and therefore this volume is to promote information exchange and collaboration between the research groups developing systems for small-animal applications. Topics include the biomedical significance of small-animal imaging, an overview of detector technologies including scintillation cameras and semi-conductor arrays, imager design and data acquisition systems, animal handling and anesthesia issues, objective assessment of image quality, and system modeling and reconstruction algorithms.

Rangeland Romances 5 Her Phantom Heart throb

The western romance became one of the most popular types of magazines sold during the early and mid-twentieth century. By today's standards, these stories may be considered sweet and wholesome, but there's still a thrill to them.

Rangeland Romances  5 Her Phantom Heart throb

Deep in her young heart, Liberty knew that only she was to blame'when Brit Farnum told her there'd be a slight change in their wedding plans...'hat he'd take another girl to the little rangeland church! One of the most popular settings for romance stories was the old west, where men were men and women were women. As many a swooning damsel could attest, There's something about a cowboy. The western romance became one of the most popular types of magazines sold during the early and mid-twentieth century. By today's standards, these stories may be considered sweet and wholesome, but there's still a thrill to them. Stories of untamed country and love make western romances extremely popular.

Val Strange

He has that phantom's passport in his pocket . He sees the gray ghost landing at the quay ; he sees him take lodgings , walking the streets of Cadiz day by day , eating his phantom heart out as he goes .

Val Strange


Echocardiography in Congenital Heart Disease

These ' re - echoes ' or ' reverberations can eventually produce a duplication of the heart , thus giving the appearance of a " phantom ' heart behind the real heart . The stationary echoes seen in the first few centimeters of the M ...

Echocardiography in Congenital Heart Disease


Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne

A guest of shadowy frame , ethereal tread , Amongst them , yet apart A sombre mystery ! in whose bosom throb The faint , slow pulses of its phantom heart , Ah , heaven ! not wholly dead ! When I am gone , what museful eyes instead Of ...

Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne


The Spectator

It was the heart of Melissa , a their own ; and if we would believe themnoted prude , who lives the next door to me . selves , is not more odious than the original s “ I show you this , ” said the phantom , One of the first that talked ...

The Spectator


The Phantom of the Ego

(113–114) The heart of darkness andthephantom of mimesis are, once again, tightly strung together. And,onceagain, Marlow's evaluation of this phantom oscillates between opposite poles. With oneof his narrative voices,the narrator openly ...

The Phantom of the Ego

The Phantom of the Ego is the first comparative study that shows how the modernist account of the unconscious anticipates contemporary discoveries about the importance of mimesis in the formation of subjectivity. Rather than beginning with Sigmund Freud as the father of modernism, Nidesh Lawtoo starts with Friedrich Nietzsche’s antimetaphysical diagnostic of the ego, his realization that mimetic reflexes—from sympathy to hypnosis, to contagion, to crowd behavior—move the soul, and his insistence that psychology informs philosophical reflection. Through a transdisciplinary, comparative reading of landmark modernist authors like Nietzsche, Joseph Conrad, D. H. Lawrence, and Georges Bataille, Lawtoo shows that, before being a timely empirical discovery, the “mimetic unconscious” emerged from an untimely current in literary and philosophical modernism. This book traces the psychological, ethical, political, and cultural implications of the realization that the modern ego is born out of the spirit of imitation; it is thus, strictly speaking, not an ego, but what Nietzsche calls, “a phantom of the ego.” The Phantom of the Ego opens up a Nietzschean back door to the unconscious that has mimesis rather than dreams as its via regia, and argues that the modernist account of the “mimetic unconscious” makes our understanding of the psyche new.

My Mother s Hip

I was glad Mother was out of the telemetry unit — no point in being monitored for a phantom heart condition . Dr. Hafner had again insisted that Mother's heart was not the issue ; he had seen the test results and reconfirmed that she ...

My Mother s Hip

Some 400,000 hip fractures occur every year, the vast majority among the elderly; all too often these fractures are associated with death or severe disability. After her mother's double hip fracture, Luisa Margolies immersed herself in identifying and coordinating the services and professionals needed to provide critical care for an elderly person. She soon realized that the American medical system is ill prepared to deal with the long-term care needs of our graying society. The heart of My Mother's Hip is taken up with the author's day-to-day observations as her mother's condition worsened, then improved only to worsen again, while her father became increasingly anxious and disoriented. As both a devoted daughter and a skilled anthropologist, Margolies vividly renders her interactions with physicians, nurses, hospital workers, nursing home administrators, the Medicare bureaucracy, home care providers, and her parents. In the Lessons chapter that follows each episode, she discusses in a broader context the weighty decisions that adult children must make on their parents' behalf and the emotional toll their responsibility takes. Here she addresses the complex practical issues that commonly arise in such situations: understanding the consequences of hip fracture and its treatment, preparing health care proxies and advanced directives, enabling elders to remain at home, and the heartbreaking dilemma of prolonging life. Like many adult children, Margolies learned her lessons about eldercare in the midst of crises. This book is intended to ease the information-gathering and decision-making processes for others involved in eldercare. Author note: Luisa Margolies is Clinical Research Director of the Hip Fracture Research Project of South Florida; she serves as a consultant on aging-in-place as well as housing, assistive technology, and universal design for the elderly. She also is Director of Ediciones Venezolanas de Antropologia in Caracas, Venezuela.

New York Journal of Romance General Literature Science and Art

The Phantom Pressman . ... I sat in my arm- seemed to glare out from the paper with the bright- open their heart to ... on this night , by “ The Phantom heart . cradle - which consoled our little sorrows before we Pressman !

New York Journal of Romance  General Literature  Science and Art