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The fourth and final instalment in the epic saga of Larten Crepsley – vampire, hero and victim of fate...
In this study of one of the most important undisturbed tombs from ancient Egypt, Professor Rosalie David discusses the burial equipment and mummified bodies of Khnum-Nakkt and Nakht-Ankh, the "Two Brothers", exploring what they can tell us about the lives and expectations of two ordinary yet remarkable individuals from Egypt's Middle Kingdom.
"Brothers 'til Death offers a view of the Civil War from the perspective of the frontline soldier. It provides insights into a forgotten theater of the war, the coastal campaign of the Carolinas and Georgia, providing new witnesses to assaults on Forts Pulaski, Wagner, and Fisher. Finally, the letters give new dimensions to what life was like for Irish soldiers fighting for the Union along the coastline of the South."--BOOK JACKET.
Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer. It's hard to tell who's who in a world riddled with crime, jealousy and deception. It makes it even more difficult to know who to trust when there's a $2 million dollar bounty on your heads. While Jack and Billy Blaze attempt to clear their names and prepare to leave the country, an unexpected attack on their family, at the House of Chen, culminates in an epic battle to the death. “If Pulp Fiction were a comic it would be BLAZE BROTHERS... A smashing freshman success!” ( BLAZE COMICS presents BLAZE BROTHERS, “a bullet flying, katana slicing piece of action that delivers.” ( This tale of two orphaned half brothers, reared by an exiled Chinese martial arts Master, and trained as deadly assassins by a secret US Black Ops force, was illustrated by Marat Mychaels of Marvel’s Deadpool Corp and X-Force:Shatter with Graphic Novel Covers painted by the legendary, Eisner-winning Glenn Fabry! This award-winning, completely original saga will not disappoint. “Like a Mark Millar creation, BLAZE BROTHERS is flat-out KICK-ASS!” BLAZE COMICS presents BLAZE BROTHERS, a no-holds-bar, non-apologetic, hard-hitting completely original series of 8 comics. "WE WERE SET UP FOR SOMETHING WE DID NOT DO! SOMEONE PLACED A TWO MILLION DOLLAR CONTRACT ON OUR HEADS. NOW EVERY MURDERING, KILLING, SCUM BUCKET IN THE CITY IS OUT TO PUT A BULLET IN OUR HEADS. SO LISTEN, AND LISTEN CLOSELY - IF THEY WANT BLOOD, WE WILL GIVE THEM BLOOD... BUCKETS OF IT!!!"
Frances Foggarty, now in her fifties, remembers her childhood.. When she was nine her ten-year-old brother, Tom, was hit by a milk-float and killed. He returns after the funeral and Frances's story is of her new relationship with Tom, the ghost and 'guardian angel'. Frances wears a caliper as a result of polio and she and her young brother live with a rather tyrannical aunt. In this touching tale of loss, hardship and endurance Frances comes to terms with Tom's death and moves on in her life.
A heart pounding thriller for fans of Lee Child, Matt Hilton and James Hilton. EVEN PRAYER WON'T SAVE THEM NOW Brothers Danny and Clay Gunn were brought up an ocean apart. Both served in the military, and both know how to kill, taking work as private military contractors and freelance "fixers". Celine Chavez is the closest thing to a daughter that Clay Gunn has. But now she has disappeared while vacationing in Mexico. Clay and his brother Danny must venture into the ultra-violent criminal underworld to bring her home. From the bright lights of Cancún to a living nightmare in the wildest jungles of the Yucatán, the Gunn brothers face the direst of enemies yet. One thing is for sure: if they survive, the Gunn brothers will never be the same again.
Talks about the stages of emotional grief that children face after a loved one has died.
Internationally bestselling author Nora Roberts's presents The Quinn Brothers, which begins the story of the lives and loves of adopted brothers Ethan, Cameron, Philip and Seth Quinn. Cameron Quinn (SEA SWEPT) has lived the reckless life of a daredevil since leaving the quiet community of Chesapeake Bay. But when his dying father calls him home to care for his youngest brother Seth, his life changes overnight. Cameron has to learn to live with his brothers once again, and rivalries and resentments flare between them whilst they try to care for Seth. Only Seth's fate is in the hands of a tough but beautiful social worker. She alone has the power to bring the Quinns together - or tear them apart. Ethan Quinn (RISING TIDES) is also eager to honour their father's dying wish that their youngest brother, Seth, be cared for. Ethan finds himself the most drawn to the young boy, because both suffered horrific abuse before being adopted by the Quinns. Time hasn't extinguished Ethan's pain, however, only buried it deep within his heart, a fact that may keep him from the only woman he has ever loved.
Today everyone knows the name of John Wilkes Booth, the notorious zealot who assassinated Abraham Lincoln. But in his lifetime, the killer was an actor who was well-known among fans of the theater--well-known but less famous and less admired than his brother Edwin. In the 1860s, Edwin Booth ranked among the greatest and most-respected stars of the stage. He lived in New York and sympathized with the Union cause, while his younger brother stomped the streets of Washington, D.C., and raged as the Civil War turned in favor of the North. John fantasized about kidnapping the president, but after the defeat of the Confederacy, he sought deadly vengeance. The night Lincoln attended a performance at Ford's Theatre, Edwin was far away, knowing nothing of the plot unfolding in the nation's capital.
"While watching her own children struggle with her brother's death, author Kris Linner realized that there are not enough resources to help children name their feelings throughout the grief process. By speaking openly with her daughters about her own feelings during the difficult time, Kris was able to show them the way to name their feelings and to help their healing begin. It is the author's hope that this book will help other children work through the pain of grief"--Cover.
Blends history and memoir in an account that in alternating chapters explores the author's quest to understand the impact of his brothers on his life and the complex relationships between iconic brothers, including the Thoreaus, the Van Goghs, and the Marxes.
This award-winning social history of death and funeral rites during the early decades of Brazil's independence from Portugal focuses on the Cemiterada movement in Salvador, capital of the province of Bahia. The book opens with a lively account of the popular riot that ensued when, in 1836, the government condemned the traditional burial of bodies inside Catholic church buildings and granted a private company a monopoly over burials. This episode is used by Reis to examine the customs of death and burial in Bahian society, explore the economic and religious conflicts behind the move for funerary reforms and the maintenance of traditional rituals of dying, and understand how people dealt with new concerns sparked by modernization and science. Viewing culture within its social context, he illuminates the commonalities and differences that shaped death and its rituals for rich and poor, men and women, slaves and masters, adults and children, foreigners and Brazilians. This translation makes the book, originally published in Brazil in 1993, available in English for the first time.
In 1634 Japan, Hideki arrives in Edo after a tumultuous year spent sharpening his martial skills in Nagasaki. The old shogun is dead and the country is divided between two brothers for succession. The rightful heir is Iemitsu, but he is a stutterer with a birthmark on his face and a predilection for bedding boys. Tadanaga, the younger brother, embodies all the traits of an upstanding samurai except he has no conscience and he enjoys killing innocents. Iemitsu is supported by his wet nurse O'Fuku, a treacherous strategist with a huge hatred for Hideki. Tadanaga is endorsed by his mother, the lady Oeyo. Everyone with a sword is picking sides in the coming civil war. A cousin to both, Hideki must guide the Yoshinobu clan through perilous waters to decide loyalties as the competing brothers vie for his clan's support. When Hideki's year-old nephew and the Yoshinobu heir is kidnapped in an attempt to sway their allegiance, the clan is thrown into despair and indecision. Hideki must rise above his elder brother and beloved grandfather to lead the Yoshinobu clan and chart a future for his country. He is assisted by Yagyu Jubei, sword instructor to shoguns; Yoshi, a master of the old ways of the shinobi no mono; and Myo, the head of the Five Families.
When T.J. Wray lost her 43-year-old brother, her grief was deep and enduring and, she soon discovered, not fully acknowledged. Despite the longevity of adult sibling relationships, surviving siblings are often made to feel as if their grief is somehow unwarranted. After all, when an adult sibling dies, he or she often leaves behind parents, a spouse, and even children—all of whom suffer a more socially recognized type of loss. Based on the author's own experiences, as well as those of many others, Surviving the Death of a Sibling helps adults who have lost a brother or sister to realize that they are not alone in their struggle. Just as important, it teaches them to understand the unique stages of their grieving process, offering practical and prescriptive advice for dealing with each stage. In Surviving the Death of a Sibling, T.J. Wray discusses: • Searching for and finding meaning in your sibling's passing • Using a grief journal to record your emotions • Choosing a grief partner to help you through tough times • Dealing with insensitive remarks made by others Warm and personal, and a rich source of useful insights and coping strategies, Surviving the Death of a Sibling is a unique addition to the literature of bereavement.
John and George Keats—Man of Genius and Man of Power—embodied sibling forms of Romanticism. George’s emigration to the U.S. frontier created an abysm of loneliness and alienation in John that would inspire his most plangent and sublime poetry. Gigante’s account places John’s life in a transatlantic context that has eluded his previous biographers.

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