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Martin's Hill in South Central Pennsylvania is the most beautiful place on earth, according to Marvin Riggs. He fell in love with this mountain as a boy and that affair has lasted for more than three decades. But this year's hunting trip will be like no other. Strange things are happening out here; like folks just out walking around, deer being left to rot, and another hunter hell-bent on staking claim to what does not belong to them. Marvin finds himself having to choose between honor and being sensible. He's always been able to avoid trouble; always taking the path of least resistance. But this time it's different. This one's for his dad.
"A terrific tale of supernatural sleuthing . . . provides edge-of-the-seat thrills and a high-octane emotional punch." --Romantic Times Book Reviews "Once again Jeanne C. Stein delivers a jam-packed story full of mystery and intrigue that will keep you glued to the edge of the seat! Just like with the first book in the Anna Strong series, The Becoming, I could not put this book down even for a second. You will find yourself cheering Anna on as she goes after the bad guys. Jeanne C. Stein has given us a tough-as-nails heroine everyone will love!" --Night Owl Romance My name is Anna Strong. I'm a woman caught between two worlds--my past as a bounty hunter, my present as a vampire. I do my best to hold on to what makes me human--my family, my job, my lover. But the pull of the undead is a siren song that's becoming impossible to resist . . . Anna's fragile grip on a normal life evaporates when she discovers that her long-dead brother had a child she never knew anything about. Now a young teen, that child--Trish--is caught up in the worst kind of human nightmare. In order to save her niece, Anna fears she might have to surrender to the animal side of her nature. As she stalks Trish's predators, the lines between good and evil are no longer clearly defined. And before long, Anna has to ask herself who is the real monster, the humans who prey on their own kind or herself, the blood-thirsty vampire doing anything she has to in order to save them.
The laugh out loud adventure of three men from rural Ford County who travel to Memphis to donate blood to an injured friend. The journey, however, takes longer than expected thanks to their inability to continue driving past any liquor store en route. Not to mention the fact that the men have no idea which hospital their friend is in. After a variety of shootings, and a strip club brawl, it seems as though these men will not just be visiting their friend in the hospital. Part of the Storycuts series, this short story was previously published in the collection Ford County.
Abstract: Objectives: To estimate the associations of nationality, university program, donation history and gender, with blood donation barriers experienced by non-donating students on the day of a campus blood drive. This project focused particularly on nationality and the effect of the different blood donation cultures in the students' countries of origin. Methods: A retrospective cohort study of 398 North American and Caribbean university students was conducted at St. George's University, Grenada, in 2010. Data were collected from non-donating students on campus while a blood drive was taking place. Log-binomial regression was used to estimate associations between the exposures of interest and donation barriers experienced by the students. Results: North American (voluntary blood donation culture) students were more likely than Caribbean (replacement blood donation culture) students to experience "Lack of Time" (relative risk (RR)=1.57; 95% confidence interval (CI): 1.19–2.07) and "Lack of Eligibility" (RR=1.55; 95% CI: 1.08–2.22) as barriers to donation. Conversely, Caribbean students were a third as likely to state "Lack of Incentive" (RR=0.32; 95% CI: 0.20–0.50), "Fear of Infection" (RR=0.35; 95% CI: 0.21–0.58), and "Fear of Needles" (RR=0.32; 95% CI: 0.21–0.48) were barriers than North American students. Conclusions: University students from voluntary blood donation cultures are likely to experience different barriers to donation than those from replacement cultures. Knowledge of barriers that students from contrasting blood donation systems face provides valuable information for blood drive promotion in university student populations that contain multiple nationalities.

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