Leopard s Wrath

Leopard s Wrath
Author: Christine Feehan
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 432
Release: 2019-11-05
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1984803557

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He’s a man who’s used to getting what he wants, but she’s not the type of woman to take things lying down.… Born into a world of crime, Mitya Amurov has had a hard life, and his leopard has developed into a feral beast to protect him. It’s constantly trying to claw its way to the surface, until a chance encounter with a stranger instantly calms the predator inside him. While Mitya wants Ania desperately, it’s only a matter of time before his past catches up with him, and he’d rather die than put her in danger. But Ania is dealing with dangers of her own.… Considering her family’s history, Ania Dover should know better than to get mixed up with a criminal like Mitya, but she just can’t stay away. Something wild in her responds to his presence. A need so strong it scares her. But she’s not sure she can accept what he’s offering. Ania has always been an independent woman, and Mitya expects to be obeyed in all things. Even with her body calling out for his, Ania won’t let anything stop her from settling a deadly score years in the making—not even the man who wants to claim her as his mate. “The queen of paranormal romance.…I love everything [Feehan] does.”—#1 New York Times bestselling author J. R. Ward

Where Have All the Leopards Gone

Where Have All the Leopards Gone
Author: Bill May
Publsiher: Xlibris Corporation
Total Pages: 188
Release: 2012-01-11
Genre: Poetry
ISBN: 1469140225

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Leopards Kill

Leopards Kill
Author: Jim DeFelice
Publsiher: Forge Books
Total Pages: 336
Release: 2007-05-15
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1429941839

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A journey into the hell that is the War on Terror—a Heart of Darkness for the new century. Former Army Special Forces soldier Jack Pilgrim has it all – big bucks, a successful security business with plush government contracts, a beautiful wife. Then Pilgrim's partner, Merc Conrad, goes missing in Afghanistan with a chunk of government cash and most of the company's assets. The CIA threatens to throw Pilgrim in jail if he doesn't find Merc and return the money. Pilgrim knows his business--and his extravagant lifestyle--are on the line, but Merc saved Jack's life three times while they served together in the Army in Afghanistan. So Jack owes him. Big. Determined to find Conrad, Pilgrim returns to Afghanistan. The country in chaos as the US prepares to pull out. Pilgrim follows Merc's trail to the border area of Pakistan; with every step he seems to descend deeper into a Dantesque hell. Rumor has it that Conrad has fielded a guerilla army and is hot on the trail of Osama bin Laden. The further into the uncharted border zone Jack Pilgrim goes, the larger the legend of Merc Conrad becomes. Warding off insurgent attacks and pockets of terror cells, Pilgrim's odyssey into the Afghan badlands has him questioning his own reality, and the closer he seems to get to Conrad, the more peril he faces. If Jack Pilgrim wants to get out of Afghanistan alive, he may need Merc Conrad now more than ever. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Leapin Leopards

Leapin    Leopards
Author: Bill Myers
Publsiher: Focus on the Family
Total Pages: 145
Release: 2023-03-07
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 1684285526

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A massive mess, a leopard on the loose, and the arrival of new life—it’s just another day in the life of the Mulligans. From bestselling author Bill Myers comes a hilarious, warmhearted, and action-packed adventure starring the Mulligan family. Neither Michael nor Traci Mulligan had intended upon a large family, let alone one of such diversity. But God had other plans. After their second child, Lisa, was born blind, they began to see their gift for reaching out, connecting, and laughing with special children with special needs—all while raising their family among the many creatures living at the animal park that they operate. Are there trials? You bet. There’s no way to keep the boat from rocking with so many children from such diverse backgrounds and in such an incredible environment. But their faith in Christ, commitment to one another, and ability to laugh at themselves keep them digging in to make it work.


Author: Trevor Frost
Publsiher: Partridge Africa
Total Pages: 292
Release: 2014-07-21
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 1482801981

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A true story of life in Africa under extreme conditions where there’s nothing to depend on other than your wits and an ability to improvise. A man, his dog Major, and a small group of helpers trucked across seemingly insurmountable mountainous terrain laden with drilling equipment and supplies to survive off the land in isolation for months. Extreme danger and excitement—at times life-threatening—abounds, coupled with the beauty of nature and her wildlife. The author provides his readers with a slice of colonial life in the 1960s, describing progress through childhood, enduring army training, discovering pleasures of the opposite sex, exploring career options, and finally settling into what became a long career in exploration diamond drilling. It is also a story of love. Shortly after the contract in Ruangwa Valley, the author’s isolated and lonely life changed dramatically. He married a beautiful city girl who had never experienced camping, let alone the tough life in remote areas in the bush. Their two sons were born living under these conditions. The book ends as the young family leaves Zimbabwe, settling in Botswana. The sequel Scorched Sands of the Kalahari will tell the story of their adventures in that country.

Leopards and Leaders

Leopards and Leaders
Author: Malcolm Ruel
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 380
Release: 2020-04-15
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 1136533605

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This study of politics and government among a West African people, the Banyang of the Upper Cross River, covers the end of the period of Colonial administration. The book: · Shows the inter-relationship between the structure of the small forest communities and the highly autonomous processes by which they were governed · Analyses the relationship between residence and common descent as principles of corporate grouping · Includes a case study of the political struggle involved in one community's claims to independence. Originally published in 1969.

Fellowship of the Snow Leopards

Fellowship of the Snow Leopards
Author: Joy O'Dwyer
Publsiher: Balboa Press
Total Pages: 427
Release: 2013-10
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1452578958

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You can conquer your fears and slay your dragons! Children are as much the hope for the future of humanity as this earth is the center of our existence. A belief in magic is the glue that keeps it all together. The Planet Shilough and their higher level beings, fairies and elves, have been watching our planet as environmental destruction, cynicism, and consumerism plague our world. Michael-a thirteen-year-old Vancouverite who lives in fear of bullies and pain from the tragic loss of his father-emerges as an unlikely hero. He is filled with wonderment as he explores Shilough and is schooled in higher laws. Plagued with insecurities, he begins to realize that the most powerful force in the universe is love. He learns of the sacred and eternal nature of all beings. He comes to understand that on a planet with no incongruity, the vibratory levels are so high, that anything is possible. The ways that Michael overcomes obstacles bent on his destruction-from a schoolyard bully on earth to a nine-headed serpent on Shilough-teach us powerful lessons. As Pancras, Chancellor to the Faerie Queen, explains to Michael, as he struggles with acceptance of his divine destiny, "The greatest battle that you will ever face is the one within your own mind. Conquer the dragons within, and you will never fear any dragons without." - In this "other world" exposé, could some of the methods that Michael uses to overcome his fears apply to us? - Could we harness other energy sources that cause less environmental destruction? - Could music play such a pivotal role in aligning our planet? - What lessons do we learn from the Cronusans? - What about life after death? - How can we heal our planet?

Leopards in the Temple

Leopards in the Temple
Author: Morris Dickstein
Publsiher: Harvard University Press
Total Pages: 260
Release: 2002
Genre: American fiction
ISBN: 9780674006041

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The 25 years after World War II were a fertile period for the American novel and an era of transformation in American society. Offering a social as well as literary history, Dickstein provides a frank assessment of more than 20 key figures.

Can Leopards Change Their Spots

Can Leopards Change Their Spots
Author: William Jefferson
Publsiher: Covenant Books, Inc.
Total Pages: 217
Release: 2022-08-01
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 1644719037

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Around AD 116, with early Christianity under extreme pressure, Roman Emperor Trajan condemned Bishop Ignatius, of the Antioch church of Syria, to execution by lions in the Roman Coliseum, for Ignatius's refusal to recognize Trajan and other Roman gods as deities, and for proclaiming Yahweh, and his son, Jesus Christ Incarnate, the only true and living God. Trajan's highly decorated soldiers, led by Captain Maximus Aurelius, secured Ignatius on a year-long death march from Syria to Rome, chained to the soldiers daily, to humiliate and intimidate Ignatius and fellow Christians. Along their journey, Ignatius wrote seven encouraging letters to Christian churches, in some of which he figuratively referred to these soldiers as leopards, because of their cruelty. Ignatius's letters and his actions, expressing his love and forgiveness, even for those vicious soldiers and for Trajan, caused Aurelius and some of the soldiers, to begin to question the then commonly held Roman view of Christianity as a fanatical superstition, led by lunatics and followed by a band of atheist, and, therefore, to also question their traditional faiths in the gods of Rome. Most impressive about Ignatius to the soldiers, was not only Ignatius's embrace of death, but his belief that to die in faith in God is to gain eternal life with Him in heaven. Bitter conflicts arose among the soldiers over these matters, which exposed Aurelius's budding Christian faith to Roman authorities. In Rome, Aurelius's confession of faith in the God of Ignatius, and his rejection of Trajan's offers to publicly denounce Christ, resulted in Trajan ordering Aurelius's death in the Coliseum with Ignatius. Aurelius's faith is strengthened as he endured beatings, isolation and imprisonment with Ignatius, touching the lives of others, who become advocates for Christianity. In the Coliseum, this story imagined the favor of God showing up for Ignatius and Aurelius, in the form of miraculous happenings with the lion keepers, with the lions, and with Ignatius's and Aurelius's transformation into heavenly beings before the blood-sport-minded Roman Coliseum patrons. Though many believe in Christ through these miracles, Trajan refused to accept the sovereignty of Ignatius's God, and suffered his own excruciating death. At its core, this storyaEUR"though it depicts actual historical persons, places and events in fictional guiseaEUR"encompasses scriptural guarantees exemplifying the availability of the limitless power of the Holy Spirit, through love, its most precious fruit, to forgive and reach even the most hardened and resistant of men and women through God's redeeming Word, and of the reality of God's promise to believers of abiding comfort in this world, and of an awaiting home with Him in Heavenly Glory, a promise extending through the life and times of Ignatius, a real-life martyr, to each of us to this day.

Conqueror Leopards of Normandy 3

Conqueror  Leopards of Normandy 3
Author: David Churchill
Publsiher: Hachette UK
Total Pages: 320
Release: 2018-02-22
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1472219333

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From the co-author of the No.1 bestselling Wilbur Smith novel, War Cry The Leopards of Normandy trilogy concludes as Duke William prepares to take England, and his rivals, by storm. This real-life game of thrones lead to the defining the moment of English history: Hastings, 1066, and is a must-read for fans of Conn Iggulden, Bernard Cornwell and Ken Follett. 'An exciting mix of medieval betrayal, violence and sex' Wilbur Smith It began with a promise. It will end at Hastings. William of Normandy, sworn heir to the English throne, is no longer the boy Duke but a loyal and proven warrior. Few dare challenge him, but England is an irresistible prize. The handsome, ambitious Harold Godwinson and the Viking Hardrada are both determined to stake a claim. William faces his greatest ever battle: deny his own destiny or conquer the land he was born to rule. History will be written in the blood of those who fall. Readers love The Leopards of Normandy trilogy 'A wonderful end to a magnificent trilogy' 'I now know where Game of Thrones got most of its plot from' 'Well written, compelling, action, good characters - you name it - this is seriously worth reading!' 'History brought vividly to life' 'Wonderful storytelling and historical detail'

Duke Leopards of Normandy 2

Duke  Leopards of Normandy 2
Author: David Churchill
Publsiher: Hachette UK
Total Pages: 480
Release: 2016-04-21
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1472219244

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**From the co-author of the No.1 bestselling Wilbur Smith novel, WAR CRY* The Conqueror will rise... The Leopards of Normandy trilogy continues with DUKE, as William of Normandy inherits his father's title and assumes command of his lands. David Churchill's 'exciting mix of medieval betrayal, violence and sex' (Wilbur Smith) is sure to enthral fans of Bernard Cornwell and Conn Iggulden. Normandy, 1037. Sparks fly from clashing swords as the game of thrones plays out in bloodshed. Of those named guardian to the boy Duke, all seek advantage and power. Most wish the boy dead. Some will go to any lengths to make it happen. Across the sea, the struggle for the English crown has seen Queen Emma's beloved son killed. She has two more sons waiting in the wings but Godwin, Earl of Wessex - kingmaker and arch manipulator - has other plans. As the noble families of Europe murder each other in their lust for power and fortune, the boy stands apart. His name is William. His destiny is to conquer. Don't miss the final instalment of The Leopards of Normandy trilogy, as Duke William prepares to take England by storm in CONQUEROR. What readers are saying about DUKE: 'To read a novel linked by actual historic characters and events whilst still maintaining a racy narrative is quite something. A fantastic read' 'One of the best historical novels I have read. Well written, compelling, action-packed, good characters. This is seriously worth reading!'

Pamphlets on Biology

Pamphlets on Biology
Total Pages: 450
Release: 1879

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The White Leopard Dreams Visions

The White Leopard  Dreams   Visions
Author: Stephanie Perry
Publsiher: Stephanie M. Perry
Total Pages: 193
Release: 2019-07-30
Genre: Antiques & Collectibles

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This is the story of a young white leopard growing up in the most tempting time in history. She receives a dream from the Shepherd that tells her that she will "defeat the maned one with the voice of thunder." However, as she grows up her life becomes unstable and she begins to question her purpose. Stress and strife dominate her life, and eventually, doubt begins to rule her thoughts, allowing bitterness to envelop her heart. Dreams and visions, though, also dominate her mind as they foreshadow future events. As she tries to figure out each vision, heavenly signs also appear unto the white leopard, signs that she knows only come from the Lord of heaven and earth. Eventually, these visions come to pass. Four sore plagues — war, famine, death, and wild beasts — devastate a fourth part of the earth, changing the landscape of the world. In an attempt to restore peace and safety, the kingdoms of the earth come together to form a ten-kingdom coalition called the New Kingdom. With this New Kingdom comes new rules and laws that contradict the holy laws established by the Lord of heaven and earth. While most suspect nothing of the kingdom's true plans, the white leopard senses that the time of great tribulation is at hand. In order to survive, she must trust the Lord to bring her through all trials and show her the path for strength in fulfilling her purpose while also overcoming emotional bondages that have hampered her spiritual freedom.

Where Animals Talk West African Folk Lore Tales

Where Animals Talk  West African Folk Lore Tales
Author: Robert Hamill Nassau
Publsiher: DigiCat
Total Pages: 160
Release: 2022-09-04
Genre: Fiction

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DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "Where Animals Talk: West African Folk Lore Tales" by Robert Hamill Nassau. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.

Leopard s Fury

Leopard s Fury
Author: Christine Feehan
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2016-11-08
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0698406214

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A ruthless criminal unleashes his most feral desires in this Leopard novel from the #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan. With her own bakery in San Antonio, Evangeline Tregre made a new life far from the brutal lair of shifters she was born into. Though she is all too aware of her leopard-shifter blood, she never felt the sensation of a wild animal stirring inside her. Not until Alonzo Massi walked into her bakery. The powerful shifter is as irresistible as he is terrifying, but his icy demeanor tells her to keep her distance. Alonzo knows better than to let himself get involved with someone like Evangeline. She doesn’t deserve the type of danger that follows him, or the threat of his Amur leopard. But even with his lean muscle and iron will, Alonzo isn’t strong enough to stay away from the one woman who can make him feel at peace. And when their secret lives draw a mortal threat, Alonzo unleashes the feral passion he keeps pent up inside himself.

Five Hundred Years of English Poetry

Five Hundred Years of English Poetry
Author: Barbara Lloyd Evans
Publsiher: Peter Bedrick Books
Total Pages: 1208
Release: 1989
Genre: English poetry.

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Gathers selections from Milton, Dryden, Pope, Wordsworth, Blake, Coleridge, Keats, Shelley, Browning and Tennyson

The Leopard s Spots

The Leopard s Spots
Author: Friedemann Golka
Publsiher: A&C Black
Total Pages: 164
Release: 2004-10-27
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9780567082886

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This book refutes three traditional hypotheses which have dominated Old Testament scholarship this century: the claim that there were schools in ancient Israel; that in these schools a professional class of 'wise men' taught; and that their teaching consisted of the moral standards of the civil service.Professor Golka disputes the claim of Old Testament scholarship that biblical proverbs were literary works of art, much influenced by the civilisations of Egypt and Mesopotamia. By comparing biblical proverbs to those of tribal societies of Africa, he concludes that the proverbs of the Hebrew Bible derive from a tribal society - that of the Israel of the period of the Judges.In this ground-breaking work, Friedemann Golka reveals the extent to which the sources and results of social anthropology can be used in Old Testament scholarship to make significant new findings.