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From the author of A WALK AMONG THE TOMBSTONES - set to be a major Hollywood film - comes the third novel in the Matt Scudder series. When hard-drinking ex-cop Matt Scudder is roped into an NYPD internal investigation, one detective ends up in the slammer on a murder charge. Jerry seems as clean as the world would like him to be, but Scudder isn't too sure. After all, Jerry was only too keen to dish the dirt on his former colleagues as a way of saving his own skin... The third novel in the explosive Matt Scudder series from a master of the crime thriller genre.
Rural New York in 1787. The great war that turned the former colonies into a fledgling nation is over. Or is it? In a remote cabin in the forest, Ralph Folsom, once a brilliant Shakespearean scholar but now the last remaining Tory in High Tide, ekes out a bitter impoverished existence. Hideously scarred by an act of vigilante justice and mentally scarred by the betrayal of his wife, nothing is left to him but his hatred and no one gets a bigger dose of it than aristocrat and patriot Capt. Aaron Collins, who was born to everything Ralph wanted. Aarons got problems of his own. Stripped of his tenant lands following the war, saddled with a huge debt, and still reeling from the loss of the old fl ame who chose to marry Ralph Folsom instead, Aaron is too intent on the day-to-day struggles to notice that his enemy is sliding into madness and threatening to drag him down with him. It is the summer of 1787, but old sins bite deep, and the events now driving Ralph over the edge go back ten years, twenty years, and even before he and Aaron were born.
From the Depths of Death in the Midst of Chaos is the second novel of the True Love Trilogy - a genre-crossing story line that could pass as much for action and romance as it does its noticeably pointed focus in modern science fiction. Continuing things within the SpaceStation Colt series, this second book takes a startling detour for the darkest concerning an interstellar conflict which spans not only the Epic Universe (2009 - ) but its defunct literary predecessor Zero Universe (1987 - 1994) - forever linking the two together. Lieutenant Marileva Dike-Sims returns to sort through the events that were introduced in her own universe while navigating the events which happened to be left unfinished from a universe that she never even knew existed. This eBook is one of those rare literary works which is so self-aware that it becomes a mastery in every sense of its allotted genres by deeply honoring the characters and lending much-deserved closure to the old while propelling the current into their own new, expansive light - credibly. Something To Root For: The intrigue of pro- and antagonistic characters makes them both thoroughly enjoyable; the amount and level of social commentary is staggering; the fiction part of this sequel happens to be almost three times the size of its predecessor while the science part includes stepped up technology to match; and the eloquence of the prose is matched only by the complexity of the story.
What this collection aims to do is to make visible the spectacular ways in which the vernacular has been incorporated into current interpretative practices. It contains practical appropriations of biblical narratives, informed by the vernacular heritage and by the reader's own identity, and spells out the theoretical aim and ambit of such an enterprise. More importantly, it tries to place vernacular reading among the ongoing critical movements of our time, such as postmodernism and postcolonialism. Though the collection celebrates the arrival of the vernacular, it is also aware of the dangers of inventing an 'idealized indigene' and of partaking in mythmaking. In addition to the editor, the contributors include Laura Donaldson, Gerald West, Thomas Thangaraj, David Adamo, Dalila Naya-Pot and George Mulrain.

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