In this cozy mystery by a New York Times–bestselling author, a gifted bookstore owner can find the right book for any patron, but can she find a killer? The proprietor of Miracle Books in Miracle Springs, North Carolina, Nora Pennington believes that a well-chosen novel can bring healing and hope. But she and the other members of the Secret, Book, and Scone Society know that sometimes practical help is needed too. Such is the case with the reed-thin girl hiding in the fiction section of Nora’s store, wearing a hospital ID and a patchwork of faded bruises. She calls herself Abilene but won’t reveal much else. And when a customer is found dead in an assumed suicide, Nora uncovers a connection that points to Abilene as either a suspect—or another target. After a second death hits town, Nora and her intrepid friends must help the new, greenhorn sheriff discern fact from fiction—and stop a killer intent on bringing another victim’s story to a close… “A love letter to reading, with sharp characterizations and a smart central mystery.”—Entertainment Weekly
Suchocki explores the art and practice of proclamation through the lens of process thought. In a fresh interpretation of the concept of "being made present", Suchocki shows us how the encompassing whisper that is God's presence in us and around us becomes a shout in the birth, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ -- and how preaching is the extension of Christ's incarnation into our time.
Written in a personal style that guides the reader through the learning process, this stand alone tool for the learning of UNIX presents topics in the order users need to understand them logically and develop a cohesive picture of covered concepts. Professionals will enjoy a large number of illustrations showing HOW the commands work, and testing their knowledge by trying the command series to see if they get the same results. Chapter topics cover getting started; file handling in UNIX; file matching metacharacters, commands, and history; Editing 101—meet ed; Editing 102—ed's big brother ex; visual editing with vi; interesting commands; tools and concepts; process control; regular expressions and the grep sisters; types of text processing; awk; and shell scripting. For anyone who uses UNIX, and anyone who needs to become a proficient UNIX user.
Prepare for success in today’s high acuity, progressive, and critical care settings! Critical Care Nursing: Diagnosis and Management, 9th Edition helps you understand and apply critical care nursing principles and concepts to clinical assessment, diagnostic procedures, and therapeutic management. Known for its comprehensive coverage, this leading textbook uses a logical, body systems organization to address the care of patients with physiological alterations. New to this edition are illustrated Patient-Centered Critical Care features aimed at "humanizing the ICU" as well as Next Generation NCLEX® Exam–style case studies to help you further develop your clinical judgment skills and prepare for the latest nursing licensure exam. Also ideal for CCRN® and PCCN® exam preparation, this book is a one-stop resource on the concepts and skills required for critical care nursing! Time-tested, high-quality content addresses all aspects of today’s high acuity, progressive, and critical care nursing. Consistent organization within each body-system unit provides an efficient framework for learning, for CCRN® and PCCN® certification preparation, and for reference in clinical practice. Comprehensive, evidence-based content is highly referenced and includes internet resources for further research and study. Enhanced Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) integration links text content to QSEN competencies, through the addition of QSEN-related questions in case studies, QSEN-labeled features and boxes, QSEN content icons, and highlighted QSEN information.
Language Arts & Disciplines by Gerardo Del Guercio
This collection offers six critical essays on the topic of psychology in Edgar Allan Poe. It came together as a response to a visible absence of this subject in recent scholarship. The volume presents Edgar Allan Poe as one of the pioneers in psychology, who often anticipated major theoretical trends and ideas in psychology in his incessant explorations of the relationship between behavior and the psyche. Scrutinizing serial killer narratives, obsessive narratives through Jungian unconscious, Lacanian Das Ding, doppelgängers, intersubjectivity, and the interrelationship between the material world and imaginative faculties, the essays reveal the richness and the complexity of Poe's work and its pertinence to contemporary culture. With contributions by Gerardo Del Guercio, Phillip Grayson, Sean J. Kelly, Rachel McCoppin, Tatiana Prorokova, and Karen J. Renner.
Anthropology by Indiana University. Research Center in Anthropology, Folklore, and Linguistics
Part of the Timeless Classics series, The Complete Tales & Poems of Edgar Allan Poe contains every know tale written by the famous gothic American writer. His often macabre and dark works, which span the years from 1827 to his death in 1849, include "The Raven," "The Black Cat," "The Tell-Tale Heart," and "Annabelle Lee." For Poe fans worldwide, this elegant collector's edition includes over 70 of Poe's short stories, more than 40 melodious poems, and his only full-length novel, The Narrative of A. Gordon Pym. In addition, it also includes a compelling introduction by notable historian and biographer Daniel Stashower. Tales include: The Unparalleled Adventure Of One Hans Pfaall The Balloon-Hoax Mesmeric Revelation Ms. Found In A Bottle A Descent Into The Maelström Von Kempelen And His Discovery The Gold-Bug The Facts In The Case Of M. Valdemar The Thousand-And-Second Tale Of Scheherazade The Murders In The Rue Morgue The Mystery Of Marie Rogêt The Fall Of The House Of Usher The Purloined Letter The Tell-Tale Heart The Black Cat The Imp Of The Perverse The Premature Burial The Island Of The Fay The Cask Of Amontillado The Pit And The Pendulum The Oval Portrait The Masque Of The Red Death The Assignation The System Of Doctor Tarr And Professor Fether Mystification How To Write A Blackwood Article A Predicament The Literary Life Of Thingum Bob, Esq. Diddling X-Ing A Paragrab The Angel Of The Odd Loss Of Breath The Business Man Mellonta Tauta The Man That Was Used Up Maelzel’s Chess-Player The Power Of Words The Conversation Of Eiros And Charmion The Colloquy Of Monos And Una Silence—A Fable Shadow—A Parable A Tale Of Jerusalem Philosophy Of Furniture The Sphinx The Man Of The Crowd “Thou Art The Man” Hop-Frog Never Bet The Devil Your Head Four Beasts In One Poems include: The Raven Lenore A Valentine Hymn The Coliseum Ulalume To Helen An Enigma Annabel Lee To One In Paradise The Bells To My Mother The Haunted Palace The Conqueror Worm To F—S S. O—D The Valley Of Unrest The City In The Sea The Sleeper A Dream Within A Dream Silence Dream-Land Ulalie To Zante Bridal Ballad Eldorado Israfel For Annie Scenes From “Politian” The Timeless Classics series from Rock Point brings together the works of classic authors from around the world. Complete and unabridged, these elegantly designed gift editions feature luxe, patterned endpapers, ribbon markers, and foil and deboss details on vibrantly colored cases. Celebrate these beloved works of literature as true standouts in your personal library collection.
Derive the maximum diagnostic information from interviewing and examining patients with Textbook of Physical Diagnosis. Employing a compassionate, humanistic approach, Dr. Swartz explores how cultural differences can influence communication, diet, family relationships, and health practices and beliefs, and demonstrates that your interpersonal awareness is just as essential in physical diagnosis as your level of technical skill. This medical reference book features numerous high-quality color images, an easy-to-use design, and detailed descriptions of exam techniques, making it an essential guide for physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. Consult this title on your favorite e-reader, conduct rapid searches, and adjust font sizes for optimal readability. Learn about special considerations related to patient’s unique situations, such as cultural differences, nutritional status, and overall health, which may affect your approach to their treatment. Understand the causes of the symptoms you encounter with Pathophysiology explanations. Easily review illustrated components with abundant color photographs capturing the true appearance of various diseases. Access coverage of complementary and alternative medicine so you can be alerted to the clinical implications of these increasingly popular modalities. Communicate effectively in Spanish. An appendix on the examination of Spanish-speaking patients provides translations for commonly used medical phrases and questions. Provide the best medical care through the art of interviewing and physical examination with the most recent coverage of relevant physical diagnosis standards and tests, as well as detailed discussions of key exam techniques. View examination techniques and clinical presentations more clearly than ever before with help from high-quality color images, over 900 photographs, and line art supplementing the detailed text. Stream more than 3 hours of in-depth video at Student Consult.
Struggling with the strict rules of her Shaker village, Jessamine is tempted by the seductive outsider Tristan to explore forbidden aspects of life, a situation that forces her to choose between an unknown existence and the peace of her home.
KARYN MONK is an award-winning, USA Today bestselling author of passionate and witty historical romance novels, most notably her recent "orphan series" that began with THE PRISONER. Now her readers can look forward to EVERY WHISPERED WORD, the fourth book in this charming series featuring Genevieve MacPhail and her band of wayward, street savvy young men and women who turn Victorian England into their playground for romantic adventure. Filled with charm and humor, EVERY WHISPERED WORD, is Karyn Monk's passionate new romance of a proud English noblewoman and an unconventional young, once orphaned, inventor, and a love that defies all odds.
All four novels from the Bug Man series now available in one e-book collection. First the Dead Nick tries to find a killer in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina’s attack on New Orleans. But the more he digs the stronger—and deadlier—the resistance becomes. Nick is there to collect bodies, and he's going to do just that—especially when he starts finding bodies that were clearly dead before the hurricane. He understands that all forensic evidence will soon disintegrate in the hot, contaminated water . . . and he knows that's exactly what the killer wants to happen. Less than Dead Nick has finally met his match. When a grave is discovered on property owned by the front-running candidate for the next presidential election, the FBI immediately becomes involved. The graves then vanish and Nick follows local legend to the bizarre Alena who keeps to herself in the mountains of Northern Virginia, training cadaver dogs. Together they discover that this small town—and the presidential-hopeful—have closets full of skeletons. Ends of the Earth Nick struggles to protect a victim’s family from agro-terrorists in North Carolina. After dissecting the remains of a bale of marijuana scattered in the tomato fields, Nick learns that the South American marijuana is strangely infested with a common North Carolina insect: the tobacco hornworm. To further confound the mystery, the bugs are infected with a fungus from Asia, and Nick begins to suspect his victim wasn't killed because of the marijuana, but because of the insects it contained. He then discovers that a vicious agricultural scheme is underway to cripple US corn and ethanol production. Nick of Time The Bug Man is getting married on Saturday . . . if his fiancée can find him. Forensic entomologist Nick Polchak lives in a world of maggots and blow flies and decomposing bodies. No wonder he's still single. But Nick has finally found a woman as strange as he is—dog trainer Alena Savard, a woman who is odd, reclusive, and can seemingly talk to animals. It was a match made in heaven. Nick and Alena are scheduled to be married on Saturday—but there's one small problem. Nick has disappeared. Caught up in a murder case involving an old friend, Nick finds himself on a manhunt that's drawing him farther and farther from the church where Alena is waiting. But will he make it back in time? Could Nick's single-minded focus cause him to forget his own wedding? Is he really pursuing a killer, or is he running away from something else?
I was born as Virginia Doris Keziah Bathurst. The Keziah is a bible name I inherited from my grandma. The Doris was from my aunt. When I was born in 1923 they didnt require a birth certificate. I didnt get a certicficate until I went to work for SAC Air Force Base when it was in Ogden, Utah. My father got it for me and for some reason the two middle names were left out. Years later, when I went to work fo the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company, it was required that your maiden name initial appear on your Social Security Card. Well, since I was married then, Ive been Virginia Bathurst Beck ever since.
Musaicum Books presents to you this carefully created collection of Po's complete poetical works. Table of contents: The Raven Poems of Later Life The Bells Ulalume To Helen Annabel Lee A Valentine An Enigma To My Mother For Annie To F— To Frances S. Osgood Eldorado Eulalie A Dream Within a Dream To Marie Louise (Shew) To Marie Louise The City in the Sea The Sleeper Bridal Ballad Poems of Manhood Lenore To One in Paradise The Coliseum The Haunted Palace The Conqueror Worm Silence Dreamland To Zante Hymn Scenes from Politian Poems of Youth To Science Al Aaraaf Tamerlane To Helen The Valley of Unrest Israfel To — ("I heed not that my earthly lot") To — ("The Bowers whereat, in dreams, I see") To the River Song Spirits of the Dead A Dream Romance Fairyland The Lake Evening Star Imitation The Happiest Day Hymn Dreams In Youth I have known one A Pæan Doubtful Poems Alone To Isadore The Village Street The Forest Reverie Other Poems An Acrostic Beloved Physician The Doomed City Deep in Earth The Divine Right of Kings Elizabeth Enigma Epigram for Wall Street Evangeline Fanny Impromptu – To Kate Carol Lines on Ale O, Tempora! O, Mores! Poetry Serenade Spiritual Song Stanzas Stanzas – to F. S. Osgood Tamerlane (early version) To — To Isaac Lea To Margaret To Miss Louise Olivia Hunter To Octavia The Valley Nis Visit of the Dead Prose Poems The Island of the Fay The Power of Words The Colloquy of Monos and Una The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion Shadow—a Parable Silence—a Fable Essays The Philosophy of Composition The Rationale of Verse The Poetic Principle Old English Poetry Biography The Dreamer by Mary Newton Stanard Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) was an American writer, editor, and literary critic, best known for his poetry and short stories of mystery and the macabre. He is widely regarded as a central figure of Romanticism in the United States and American literature as a whole.
Ignite a love of poetry in students using the magic of poems themselves “Pop the hood” on a poem to discover what makes it work by using text structures to unlock the engine of a poem. Fifty unique and engaging lessons each include a mentor poem that serves as an excellent model for young writers, a diagram that illustrates the text structure of the poem, and inspiring examples of student poems written to emulate the mentor poem. Identify how the parts of a poem relate to each other to create movement and soon your students will be writing their own evocative poems.
Presents a collection of over one hundred American poems spanning more than three hundred fifty years and includes works by Colonial poet Anne Bradstreet, Edgar Allan Poe, Emily Dickinson, Robert Frost, and T.S. Eliot.