Right Around the Corner

He's not going to go for the diversion. ..he's going right through the vehicle barricade! BAMM!! Right through! ... him in his throat right there but I couldn't because I didn't want to ruin my near spotless 78 Right Around The Corner.

Right Around the Corner

One weekend. Five people. Chance meetings. One fateful outcome. Sometimes the people you accidentally meet are destined for much more Upset and disturbed, Rick Harbring said some things he probably shouldn't have said. His wife, Jennifer, now feels like she doesn't know him, and that she's missing out on something. She knows it, because she just had a wonderful experience with- -Charles Devereaux. His loving wife, Dana, and their prosperous life is picture perfect. That is, until devastation knocks on their door, and Dana eventually finds herself seeking assistance from one of the most unlikely sources in- -Adrian Molina, an unstable cop with an even shakier past. Looking for answers that have eluded him throughout life, his dilemmas begin after he makes a routine traffic stop. The offender...Jennifer Harbring. But what appear to be coincidental meetings begin to link these five people together in ways they never imagined, cultivating a weekend full of betrayal, surprises, and shocking revelations. And before it's all over, they'll see that what's right around the corner in their lives could be more than they ever bargained for!

Around the Corner Crochet Borders

150 Colorful, Creative Edging Designs with Charts and Instructions for Turning the Corner Perfectly Every Time Edie Eckman ... Because right-handed crocheters work from right to left, that's the way we count throughout the book.

Around the Corner Crochet Borders

A crochet border is the perfect finishing touch on the edges of any fiber project, but creating one often means shaping the edging around an unforgiving 90-degree angle. It’s no easy task, but Edie Eckman guides you through it with style and poise. This collection includes 150 vibrant crochet frames to suit every fiber need, with color photographs by John Polak that showcase the beautiful details of each technique. Now painless, marvelous crochet borders are just around the corner!

Burn Notice The Reformed

The blacktop we'd been driving on previously had turned into cobblestone pavers, and there was a not-very-discreet up-lit sign that proclaimed THE KIND OF LIFE YOU DESERVE IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER perched on a low berm of green grass ...

Burn Notice  The Reformed

Once a hard-case gangbanger, famous philanthropist Father Santiago is being pressured to aid his former gang or have his crimes exposed. He can't go to the cops, but he can go to his old friend-burned covert operative Michael Westen.

Columbia River to Stevens Pass

Move right , then up a crack : Climb right around the corner and ascend an easy jam crack to a ledge ( 5.7 ) . Make a short leftward traverse to the pillar's base ( 20 ft ) , then climb the chimney on its right ( 5.8-5.9 ) until a hand ...

Columbia River to Stevens Pass

Comprehensive climbing approach, route guides to Washington's Cascades.

Quad s Corner

Peace, matt SMACK DOWN Hello All, Welcome to the July 7th, 2008 edition of the Quadscorner. Welllllllllllll, Who'da thought we would be half way through the year at this time? The election is right around the corner and Jake is beside ...

Quad s Corner

Matt Lorton tells of his life as a quadriplegic using hope and humor from how he became a quadriplegic to raising his five daughters and maintaining a happy Christian marriage.

Shots Fired

He was saying they're up Dexter, they just turned left onto Laurel. ... They just blew right by me in the opposite direction. I said, “Well, that's the end ... I was right around the corner, twenty yards away from Laurel at this point.

Shots Fired

Get a deeper understanding of police shootings through interviews with officers involved in real-life cases Today’s media is filled with discussions about officer-involved shootings. Too often missing from that discussion are the police officers’ voices and the reality of what happens in actual shooting incidents. Through actual interviews with involved officers, this book addresses common myths and misunderstandings about these shootings. Shots Fired is a journey “behind the shield” and the experiences of the real human beings behind the badge. It explores true events through the participants’ own eyes and takes readers inside the minds of officers during the actual event. The officers detail the roller coaster of emotions and severe trauma experienced during and after a shooting event. Along with the intimate, in-depth explorations of the incidents themselves, the book touches the aftermath of police-involved shootings—the debriefings, internal and external investigations, and psychological evaluations. It challenges many commonly held assumptions created by the media such as the meaning of “unarmed” and why the police can’t just “shoot him in the leg,” creating an understanding that reaches beyond slogans such as “hands up, don’t shoot.” The book is valuable reading for anyone who wants a deeper understanding of police shootings—officers and police departments, reporters and politicians, and the public who rely on the police to keep them safe.

Liv Inspired

Just. around. the. corner. When we have been working so hard, researching so hard, searching so hard, we sometimes become ... So we say, “I have been working very hard, doing all the right things and I am still not finding that job, ...

Liv Inspired

Everyday life should inspire you. Your joys and successes should inspire you to anticipate the rewards of your hard work. Your disappointments should inspire you to find new ways to achieve that which you desire. Olivia Rose is affectionately called by her family and friends as 'Liv' and the title of this book is a deliberate pun on her first name as she encourages us all to live inspired through nature, people, sports, things and generally through life's events and experiences.

All In

Isn't he supposed to be right around the corner? How big a corner is it, for fuck's sake? But then Jackson came around the corner, and she grinned from ear to ear. He had counseled her through a bunch of bad dates and a score of office ...

All In

Don’t miss the second installment of Gabra Zackman’s scorching new series. “Stop the wedding!” No bride wants to hear those words, least of all Susannah “Legs” Carter, one of the Bod Squad’s best agents. But when her colleague Jackson bursts in with news that her presumed-dead father may still be alive—and possibly a double agent—the vows are on hold and the Bod Squad hits the road. Jackson wants to help, but he’s a little distracted by Cajun cutie Lisa Bee, his closest coworker. They’ve always been friends, but there’s nothing like a little overseas danger to set sparks flying! As the two work to track a criminal mastermind, will they swap undercover work for under-the-covers play?

The Cosmic Lady Was Right

Just once? Come with me, I want to show you something. C'mon. Come with me to the Southern Theater, at the corner of Grant and ... she has found an exciting new diversion, right around the corner in fact, something unknown 44 MARSHALL MOTZ.

The Cosmic Lady Was Right

No ordinary memoir, this book aspires to be more than a mere exercise in narcissism. A street person in a zany California beach town at the end of the author's days provides the theme: planet Earth is the Galaxy Lunatic Training Asylum upon which each of us has been planted with one purpose, namely to rise from the stupidity and the darkness around us into the light, to regain in fact our sanity. Mama Earth is really tired of it all, the Lady opines, and recommends a journey inward. Taking a literary look back at his life, he sees she was right. In a series of poignant vignettes, it becomes clear that he and the whole country have been progressively descending into hopeless lunacy. Ah but theres more; there's an agend here. It seems its all been a macho ego trip---the whole of human history in fact---an unfortunate male mistake, a mere prelude to the new paradigm, the return of the goddess---meaning the spiritual androgyny that Jesus talks about in the Gospel of Thomas. We need to restore the balance between male and female. In a hilarious final chapter set in the aforementioned California city, it all comes together: Mama Earth, the Goddess Sophia and the Cosmic Lady, who is vindicated in an eschatological grand finale. She was right all along.

The Last Mission

He stood across the street, then walked around the block again. What a fool he was! The time had just gone, slipped away. No, it was all excuses. ... “That's right around the corner,” she said. “Stay right there. Don't move!

The Last Mission

In 1944, as World War II is raging across Europe, fifteen-year-old Jack Raab dreams of being a hero. Leaving New York City, his family, and his boyhood behind, Jack uses a false I.D. and lies his way into the U.S. Air Force. From their base in England, he and his crew fly twenty-four treacherous bombing missions over occupied Europe. The war is almost over and Hitler near defeat when they fly their last mission -- a mission destined for disaster. Shot down far behind enemy lines, Jack is taken prisoner and sent to a German POW camp, where his experiences are more terrifying than anything he'd ever imagined.

Radical Coherency

... the lovely young woman and she smiles reassuringly at my mother a very lovely smile and assures her that the fitting rooms are right around the corner and my mother is even more overawed by the slender loveliness and fashionability ...

Radical Coherency

“We got to talking”—so David Antin begins the introduction to Radical Coherency, embarking on the pursuit that has marked much of his breathless, brilliantly conversational work. For the past forty years, whether spoken under the guise of performance artist or poet, cultural explorer or literary critic, Antin’s innovative observations have helped us to better understand everything from Pop to Postmodernism. Intimately wedded to the worlds of conceptual art and poetics, Radical Coherency collects Antin’s influential critical essays and spontaneous, performed lectures (or “talk pieces”) for the very first time, capturing one of the most distinctive perspectives in contemporary literature. The essays presented here range from the first serious assessment of Andy Warhol published in a major art journal, as well as Antin’s provocative take on Clement Greenberg’s theory of Modernism, to frontline interventions in present debates on poetics and fugitive pieces from the ’60s and ’70s that still sparkle today—and represent a gold mine for art historians of the period. From John Cage to Allan Kaprow, Mark Rothko to Ludwig Wittgenstein, Antin takes the reader on an idiosyncratic, personal journey through twentieth-century culture with his trademark antiformalist panache—one thatwill be welcomed by any fan of this consummate trailblazer.

The Slow Midnight on Cypress Avenue

“I was an all-star too, just like you, buddy. ... Throwing the ball up high near where I thought the tramps would lay so that Frankie could stand over them, still keep his eye keen on the ... “Baseball season is right around the corner!

The Slow Midnight on Cypress Avenue

Set over the course of one Sunday, The Slow Midnight on Cypress Avenue is a collection of interconnected vignettes that takes the reader through the streets and across sidewalks of Cypress Avenue—an unkempt afterthought, just a place that sits at the neighborhood border edge of Ridgewood Queens, NY. The three-part book—broken into Morning, Afternoon, and Night—introduces you to the irregular regulars of the human race. There is the soft and strange relationship between the eccentric Samuel Jean and a young girl of Puerto Rican descent named Desponda “Dezzy” Rivera. There’s “Old” Goldie Samuels, a washed-up relic who spends her days spinning yarns and getting free drinks at the local liquor store. But the story is truly centered on Corporal Benjamin Zogby, a veteran who spends his days alone on his stoop watching the bus go by and wishing his love would return to him. It’s his tragic fate that sends the avenue and the other inhabitants you’ll meet—Earl the fisherman, Father John White, among others—into an unstoppable tailspin toward unexpected change and inner destruction.

United States Congressional Serial Set

This sign is just to the north of the intersection and north of where pedestrians cross the street. When I came to this sign, ... My front wheels passed Harris, and I thought I was well clear of him, and went right on around the corner.

United States Congressional Serial Set

Reports, Documents, and Journals of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.

Outrunning Cancer

... and met their gazes evenly, unimpressed, thinking they would be past me and around the corner again soon enough. Suddenly three boys who were in the bed of the truck stood up and lifted their arms in a baseball pitch right at me.

Outrunning Cancer

Denise's running shoes never got dusty. After her diagnosis, she kept racing - winning medals in everything from 5Ks to marathons - while cherishing every moment with family and friends, and inspiring everyone along the way. "We vow to run our best, to splash in the stream, to raise our hands in the air and run recklessly down the hills, to lift those we see who have fallen on the path, to tickle our little runners, to teach them all we know, and to hold hands all the way home."

I Know Where You Sleep

Searching for stuff to buy or for a bite to eat or just for something to do. ... She stared at the alcove's opening, right hand strangling her gun in a death grip. The minutes marched on, ... Was he hiding right around the corner?

I Know Where You Sleep

When Anderson West takes on the pro-bono case of Jessica Smith, a twenty-something restaurant hostess being stalked, the last thing he expects is for his investigation to spiral into breaking and entering, assault, and legal threats from the suspects and the victim. But that’s what happens when you run a private investigation firm with your rule-breaking, loose-cannon sister at your side. While Anderson spends his time deducing and interviewing possible suspects, Carrie handles interrogations in her own unique—and personal—fashion. And it seems like everyone is a suspect. There are Jessica’s ex-boyfriend and current boyfriend, her incredibly creepy boss and the suspicious reverend at her church who definitely seems to be hiding something. Or someone. The closer Anderson and Carrie get to an answer, the more danger Jessica finds herself in. Her stalker’s notes become increasingly more threatening, trading the scary phone calls and text messages for terrifying photographs and notes at her gym, work, and home. To make things even more complicated, Jessica’s backstory begins to unravel, and the secrets of her past could potentially solve everything…if only she’d let Anderson and Carrie in. With time ticking down, will the brother-sister investigative team be able to solve Jessica’s case before she tries something foolhardy, like facing up to the tenacious bastard on her own, armed only with a handgun and a prayer? Praise for I KNOW WHERE YOU SLEEP: “Sleep is one thing that readers won’t get much of when they pick up this stellar novel! Gripping from first page to last, Orloff’s I Know Where You Sleep virtually defines the psychological thriller. And Anderson and Carrie are two of the most compelling—and appealing—heroes in crime fiction to come along in years. You’ll love them just as much as you’ll be swept up by Orloff’s brilliant plot.” —Jeffery Deaver, author of The Bone Collector and The Never Game “With clock-ticking yet compassionate prose, Alan Orloff portrays one of the horrors of all our modern lives: the stalker. I Know Where You Sleep is a private eye novel for these all-too-real modern days. Orloff’s P.I. protagonist Anderson West is a man of modern personal complications and classic professional simplicity: he wants to stop evil and crime where he can—and takes readers along for the entertaining, revealing ride.” —James Grady, New York Times bestselling author of Six Days of the Condor “A winner! A twisty page-turning cat and mouse pursuit with a surprise around every corner. If you’re looking for a truly good guy—Anderson West is the perfect choice. This charming protagonist—a PI with heart and determination and a pure sense of justice—will captivate you. The talented Alan Orloff has created a unique and memorable character, and a terrific book.” —Hank Phillippi Ryan, bestselling and award-winning author of The Murder List

Winter Wonder

Lavina pulled off her right glove then dug her cell phone from her coat pocket. ... front of the fireplace – well minus the thirty degrees and strangers all huddled around, playing the look-look away game. ... Right around the corner.

Winter Wonder

A winter launch party. A shy entrepreneur. A jealous best friend..? One smokin’ hot Lennox! Drake Lennox, maintenance manager for Lennox Enterprises’ network of hotels and resorts, spends most of his time working – and by working, that entails managing his team. He doesn’t take maintenance calls but does so as a favor for his cousin Joelle Lennox at Smoky Mountain Lodge. There, he meets Lavina Nelson – a representative for Mountain View Beauty who’s organizing a grand launch party for her latest beauty products. Drake insists upon helping her set up the banquet room and discovers the businesswoman has more stake in the company than she leads on. She’s passionate about her work but prefers to stay in the background with her best friend happily taking the lead and spotlight. Can he help reclaim what’s rightfully hers?

The Evangelical s Daughter

proper English and understood the Bible from an intellectual perspective. ... We turned the corner, followed Sixth Street down to skid row, and turned right. Skid row was right around the corner from Mt. Sinai. It consisted of two large ...

The Evangelical   s Daughter

One day, Frankie Roberts hears a preacher pronounce that a woman’s place is in the home, not in the pulpit. But this mother of four daughters and wife of a pastor in New Jersey won’t hear of it; she knows she has a special calling. In 1959, Frankie packs up her children, leaves her husband, and moves to Sioux City, Iowa, to start a ministry. In this memoir, one of Frankie’s daughters, the author Debra Roberts Torres-Reyes narrates her mother’s story. Availing herself of both humor and honesty, Torres-Reyes describes being raised by Pentecostal Holiness Ministers and living with a fanatical preacher mother who inflicts both physical and verbal abuse on her offspring. The author reflects on how the church’s views and actions—speaking in tongues, casting out demons, and dancing in the spirit—caused her to grow up with poor self-esteem, to suffer panic attacks, and to live in constant mental and emotional torment about The Rapture, demons, the devil, and hell. The Evangelical’s Daughter describes how Torres-Reyes ultimately breaks out of a self-destructive lifestyle, joins the military, and later attends college and law school, finally becoming an attorney. This is one woman’s true story about finding God and leaving religious dogma behind.

Appel is Forever

I used it to buy ice cream in a shop around the corner on the Stadionweg . I stood on that corner looking up to our ... She lives right around the corner and has some sisters and blond pigtails . We play on the street and no one bothers ...

Appel is Forever

The author describes her experiences during the Holocaust between the ages of five and nine, in Amsterdam, as a prisoner in the Westerbork and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps, and eventually in the United States.

Foreign Assistance and Related Agencies Appropriations for 1974 Hearings 93 1 Subcommittee on Foreign Operations and Related Agencies

Devaluation is right around the corner , isn't it ? Nr . HENNESSY . It certainly is not . Mr. PASSMAN . How do you know it is not when the dollar took a good beating yesterday on the European markets ? He shakes his head one way ...

Foreign Assistance and Related Agencies Appropriations for 1974  Hearings     93 1  Subcommittee on Foreign Operations and Related Agencies