By Fiona Peters
By J. R. McNeill,Kenneth Pomeranz
By Joanne Kroeker Mahar
Intrigue builds up as enemies emerge, together with the crafty priestess of the moon god Sin, who plots homicide. To complicate issues additional BelkA, himself a worshipper of pagan gods, faces questions of religion that attach him to the main interesting girl he may perhaps ever meet. A showdown is inevitable. Will the challenge price him the affection of his life?
A bold rescue
A life-changing encounter
A daunting selection: accountability or love
A first trace of Bible translation into Aramaic
A haunting reminder of our personal era.
From a global heritage in Africa and Europe, Joanne writes with a fondness for tradition, background, humans and the Bible. As a toddler she witnessed the coming and location into ready palms of the 1st New testomony within the Kikongo language. Ever considering she’s carried an severe interest in regards to the survival and global outreach of the Bible.
She can be the writer of an as instructed to biography of her pioneer missionary Dad in a two-volume set, glossy footwear on Dusty Paths.
Married to a retired collage heritage professor, Frank Mahar, the 2 live in Oregon.
By Angela Cummine
State-owned funding cars that carry public money in quite a lot of resources, Sovereign Wealth money permit governments to entry an unheard of measure of wealth. as a result, extra international locations are seeking for to set up them. Chile, China, Australia, Singapore, and diverse different examples, together with a comparative research of england and Norway’s use of oil sales, Angela Cummine tackles the most important moral questions surrounding their use, together with: To whom does the wealth belong? How may still the cash be controlled, invested, and allotted? With sovereign funds—and media attention—continuing to develop, this can be a useful examine a hotly debated monetary issue.
By John Grehan,Martin Mace
By Robert Kerchner,Thomas Lucas,John Friel,Daniel Jones
By Brett Usher
By David Welky
A Kirkus Reviews most sensible Nonfiction booklet of 2016
A impressive precise tale of event, betrayal, and survival set in a single of the world’s such a lot inhospitable places.
In 1906, from atop a snow-swept hill within the ice fields northwest of Greenland, hundreds of thousands of miles from one other man or woman, Commander Robert E. Peary noticed a line of mysterious peaks looming within the distance. He referred to as this unexplored realm “Crocker Land.” Scientists and explorers agreed that the world-famous explorer had found a brand new continent emerging from the frozen Arctic Ocean.
Several years later, of Peary’s disciples, George Borup and Donald MacMillan, assembled a crew of novice adventurers to enquire Crocker Land. ahead of them lay an opportunity on the form of lasting repute loved by way of Magellan, Columbus, and Captain prepare dinner. whereas filling within the final clean house at the globe, they may locate new species of crops or animals, or maybe males; within the period of Jules Verne and H. G. Wells, whatever appeared attainable. popular medical associations, or even former president Theodore Roosevelt, rushed to advocate the expedition.
What was once a chain of occasions that not one of the explorers may have imagined. Trapped in a true-life event tale, the boys persisted howling blizzards, unearthly chilly, meals shortages, isolation, a deadly boating coincidence, a drunken sea captain, sickness, dissension, and a bad crime. however the workforce driven on via each situation, pushed ahead by way of the secret of Crocker Land and faint hopes that they sometime might make it home.
Populated with a solid of memorable characters, and in response to years of analysis in formerly untapped assets, A Wretched and Precarious Situation is a harrowing Arctic narrative in contrast to any other.
By Neville Chamberlain,Robert Self
By Eric J. Wittenberg,Mark Bradley
Noted Civil conflict writer Eric Wittenberg has written the 1st particular tactical narrative of this significant yet long-forgotten conflict, and areas it in its right context in the whole crusade. His research gains 28 unique maps and 50 illustrations. eventually, an writer of renown has dropped at vibrant existence this missed part of the Carolinas Campaign.
Ohio lawyer Eric J. Wittenberg is a famous Civil conflict cavalry historian and the writer of a few dozen books and dozens articles at the Civil struggle. His first e-book, "Gettysburg's Forgotten Cavalry Actions," gained the 1998 Bachelder-Coddington Literary Award.