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We Own the Night

Author: Ashley Poston
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This romance from the author of Geekerella and Heart of Iron follows Iggy, whose late night radio show was supposed to be a secret . . . but it might lead her to so much more. “Welcome to midnight, my fellow Niteowls...” No one would ever suspect that responsible, ugly-sweater-wearing Ingrid North is the incognito radio deejay known only as Niteowl. Finally a high school grad, she can't wait to get out of her tiny hometown of Steadfast, Nebraska (population three hundred and forty-seven) to chase her dreams. Thankfully, her three best friends--Billie, LD, and Micah (who she is definitely, absolutely, not in love with)--are more concerned with spending one last epic summer together than finding out where Ingrid slinks off to every weekend. But for that one glorious hour every Saturday night, Iggy shucks her own skin to become Niteowl--an infamous and daring deejay with the answers to everyone's love life but her own. There is one caller in particular-Dark and Brooding--whose raspy laugh and snarky humor is just sexy enough to take her mind off the fact that Micah is rapidly falling for a Mean-Girls-worthy nightmare. But when Ingrid lands an interview in New York City for the internship of a lifetime, her secret life begins to unravel. It's her chance to follow her heart, but she'll have to leave everything behind--her ailing grandmother, her friends, her radio show . . . and a chance at her very own happy ending. Torn between her dreams and her home, Iggy begins to realize that to get what she wants, she has to give up the things that mean the most to her. But letting go could lead to a summer of sunflowers, rockstars, and the show of a lifetime. And Iggy might just find that her real life begins when Niteowl goes off the air.


They Own the Night

Author: Michael S. Pauley
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The Aliens' initial attacks were precise and devastating. Traversing the planet under the cover of darkness, they eliminated most of the Worlds' leaders and crippled their militaries all in one night. The horrific assaults continued unchecked as the thousands of alien craft circled the globe like locust, killing anyone in their path. For those who saw their methods and survived, it was clear that the invaders wanted to do one thing, remove all human life from the planet. Our only recourse was to rely on the Continuity of Government plan, and the people with the background to try and maintain a working government. The surviving leadership would do all they could to try and put things back together and to preserve what they could, but would preservation be enough? After a harrowing escape from the initial Alien attack, with his wife and only a part of his family, it was a different world for Lieutenant General, Michael Patrick, United States Army Reserve. No longer would he be just a small town lawyer, or a tired washed-up former special operator and relic of the Cold War. Now it would fall to General Patrick to piece together the military forces that would stop the onslaught. Together with other old soldiers and the survivors of the various armies and navies from around the globe, they would pull themselves together as a fighting force. Their one thought, their one mission, was not just to preserve life, but to take back the night.


WE ALSO OWN THE NIGHT

Author: K HariVansh
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With 40 years of experience in a laboratory he knew its ins and outs, aspirations of the people who worked there, their fights, love and malice. But he writes without his involvement in the affairs of the people, though he has observed them from very close quarters. "We Also Own The Night" is the first novel of a new author from India but already a best seller, appreciated by main publishers in the UK. It is wonderful to go through and you will love it.


They Who Forever Own the Night

Author: C. Wayne Owens
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Harry Dante comes home to Kansas City, but he is a man lost in time. When he left, it was the 1940s, and he knew everything about everybody. Now it is the 1960s, and he is a walking anachronism. He now has to deal with a new kind of gangster, disappearing kids called hippies, and the one thing he could not have expected: the dark shapes that are taking the youngsters may be vampires. The hard-boiled gumshoe has to adapt quickly or die the same way.


An Unforgettable Journey

Author: Lena Kovadlo
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We choose our own path in life never knowing where it will lead. The destination, however, is always the same - true love, eternal happiness, and a life filled with unforgettable memories, where dreams soar into the sky. Of course to get there we must face bumps in the road and go through the lows to get to the highs. Join me on an unforgettable journey of life that is filled with love and heartbreak, happiness and sorrow, death, personal struggles and more. I hope that each creation, whether it is in poetic, lyrical, or prose form, will bring forth a connection to your heart and soul for we all go through the same things in life regardless of which journey we embark on or which route we take.


Running Free

Author: Richard Askwith
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Shortlisted for the 2015 Thwaites Wainwright prize for nature writing Richard Askwith wanted more. Not convinced running had to be all about pounding pavements, buying fancy kit and racking up extreme challenges, he looked for ways to liberate himself. His solution: running through muddy fields and up rocky fells, running with his dog at dawn, running because he's being (voluntarily) chased by a pack of bloodhounds, running to get hopelessly, enjoyably lost, running fast for the sheer thrill of it. Running as nature intended. Part diary of a year running through the Northamptonshire countryside, part exploration of why we love to run without limits, Running Free is an eloquent and inspiring account of running in a forgotten, rural way, observing wildlife and celebrating the joys of nature. An opponent of the commercialisation of running, Askwith offers a welcome alternative, with practical tips (learned the hard way) on how to both start and keep running naturally – from thawing frozen toes to avoiding a stampede when crossing a field of cows. Running Free is about getting back to the basics of why we love to run.


A History of Army Aviation

Author: James W. Williams
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spellbinding history , the how, what, when, where and why some never told and certainly not always understood. This is a story that has begged to be told, with sources and substance heretofore missing Historians, military scholars, and aviators, will rely on this work for years. Carl H. McNair, Jr., Major General, U.S. Army (Retired) "This is worth a good read a welcome and long overdue history of Army Aviation." Joseph L. Galloway, senior military correspondent, Knight Ridder Newspapers and co-author, We Were Soldiers Once and Young Soldiers, scholars, and aviation enthusiasts alike can learn much from this comprehensive examination . successfully blends lively and insightful historical narrative with astute analysis. unfailingly honest assessment of contributions to our national defense. Carol Reardon, Pennsylvania State University, author of LAUNCH THE INTRUDERS tightly written and focused traces the aviation branch from its inception through two world wars, the loss of a major portion to the new Air Force, up through its current role . required reading for anyone who desires to understand Army aviation. Darrel Whitcomb, author of The Rescue of Bat 21, and Combat Search and Rescue in Desert Storm tells the whole story concisely by addressing seven key themes. crisp prose and well-chosen illustrations . This old ground-pounder owes his life to brave crews of Army birds. Henry Gole, Ph.D./Colonel (ret.), author of Soldiering


Revelations of the Fallen

Author: D.E. Phoenix
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Revelation of the fall: The Blasphemy of Astrial Belthromoto The name of the book is called Revelation of the Fallen: The Blasphemy of Astrial Belthromoto. The story begins at the end of creation, the end of our lives in this universe and the destruction of them by a being called Eversor. The main character Astrial is a fallen angel telling the story from his perspective beyond the creation of this universe and into a reality where the a Creator of all Creator resides. He was the angel of intelligence and the most high scribe before he fell himself. He takes you through his torment by Evil and how he is forced to chose between these world that he doesn't really belong to. He shares insight into how evil was born and most importantly how everything we think we know about good and evil is really motivated by agendas. He introduces you to the four Eternals that have a lot to with how this story plays out. He then gives you insight into the war in heaven, the fall of the angels and how a small decision by a being led to this obsession with man. He gives you the history of the earth and the makers of mankind and their civilizations that still exist today. He leads you out of the garden of Eden and shows you the very rocky relationship between Adam and eve. Astrial finally leads you into the final wars of mankind when there was ordered a mass exodus from this planet leaving us totally alone.


Running in Darkness

Author: Robert Currie
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"A subtly powerful collection of poetry which celebrates the shape and details of a full life - from youth through middle age to old age - and begins to face the prospect of its loss. " With the sure hand of a veteran poet, Robert Currie has created a book of commemoration, of reading into the permanent record, his life, its events, and the beloved people in it - parents, partners and children, writers, teachers, and students. And the people who have begun to leave it. His sweep is all encompassing, from his own imagined conception to - vicariously through his parents demise - his own imagined end. The poems are full of fondness, humour and no little irony, as he looks back at his younger self, and the sometimes, but not always, painful loss of innocence. The final section, deals with the loss of his parents, and the illnesses and untimely death of friends. This life, so full of emotion and event, is drawing near its close. Technique is not the subject here, is not the point. It stands quietly in service of the story being told. Each poem is a small step through this life, but they keep coming, they pick up speed, and you suddenly realize they are walking on your heart. And after the bursts of laughter, bursts of tears, bursts of love, and bursts of years, Robert Currie delivers us a warning with his own startled realization - It goes so fast.


Sometimes Blue Knights Wear Black Hats

Author: William E. Waters
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Sometimes Blue Knights Wear Black Hats is a collection of poetry about law enforcement excesses. Most of the poems were inspired by actual cases from around the country. The author did not set out to compile a collection of these poems, but more and more, nearly every day, another case of law enforcement’s excessive use of force was reported in the Media. The author also did not set out to demonize law enforcement, but focused on those cases where things went terribly wrong, for a number of reasons. As a poet, as someone deeply committed to realizing a just society, the poet chose to report these cases in poetic forms. The poet acknowledges how tough the job is for those entrusted with “public safety.” An earlier version of this book was among the finalists in the 2000 National Poetry Series competition.