Bones of Betrayal

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Bones of Betrayal

Bones of Betrayal

A Body Farm Thriller

  • Author: Jefferson Bass
  • Publisher: Hachette UK
  • ISBN: 184916620X
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 352
  • View: 6916
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'If you like Kathy Reichs, you'll like Jefferson Bass' The Times. Things have taken a dangerous turn at the Body Farm. Dr Bill Brockton and his graduate assistant, Miranda, have been called to a death scene. A body has been found in a frozen swimming pool. The dead man is found to have been a renowned engineer, responsible for the Manhattan Project, which produced the atomic bombs of 1945. And he's been poisoned by a radiation source. Now Brockton, Miranda and the ME who carried out the autopsy are in grave danger. Suffering radiation sickness and worrying for his friends, Brockton delves into the town's gruesome past to discover the dark secrets and lies that have lead to this engineer's murder and to find out who else the killer has in their sights...

Bones of Betrayal LP

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Bones of Betrayal LP

A Body Farm Novel

  • Author: Jefferson Bass
  • Publisher: Harper Collins
  • ISBN: 0061787574
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 448
  • View: 4230
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Dr. Bill Brockton is in the middle of a nuclear-terrorism disaster drill when he receives an urgent call from the nearby town of Oak Ridge—better known as Atomic City, home of the Bomb, and the key site for the Manhattan Project during World War II. Although more than sixty years have passed, could repercussions from that dangerous time still be felt today? With his graduate assistant Miranda Lovelady, Brockton hastens to the death scene, where they find a body frozen facedown in a swimming pool behind a historic, crumbling hotel. The forensic detectives identify the victim as Dr. Leonard Novak, a renowned physicist and designer of a plutonium reactor integral to the Manhattan Project. They also discover that he didn't drown: he died from a searing dose of radioactivity. As that same peril threatens the medical examiner and even Miranda, Brockton enlists the help of a beautiful, enigmatic librarian to peel back the layers of Novak's life to the secret at its core. The physicist's house and personal life yield few clues beyond a faded roll of undeveloped film, but everything changes when Brockton chances upon Novak's ninety-year-old ex-wife, Beatrice. Charming and utterly unreliable, she takes him on a trip back into Oak Ridge's wartime past, deep into the shadows of the nuclear race where things were not quite as they seemed. As Beatrice drifts between lucidity and dementia, Brockton wonders if her stories are fact or fancy, history or myth. But he knows one thing—that she holds the key to a mystery that is becoming increasingly labyrinthine. For as the radiation count steadily rises, and the race to find the truth intensifies, the old woman's tales hint at something far darker and more complex than the forensic anthropologist himself could have ever imagined.

2009 Historically Speaking

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2009 Historically Speaking

2009 Historically Speaking

  • Author: David Ray Smith
  • Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
  • ISBN: 131271431X
  • Category: History
  • Page: N.A
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2009 Historically Speaking is the fourth annual volume of historical articles published in The Oak Ridger newspaper. Like others in this series, the weekly stories vary from purely historical events to human interest stories such as the "Two Brothers - A World War II Story" that tells of the struggles these brothers had during the war. One of the series of articles included is the amazing story of the "Oak Ridge Bombers" a semi-professional baseball team from Oak Ridge that existed from the time of the Manhattan Project into the 1960's. This was a proud group of African American men! The history of R & R Properties is included and Rick Chinn wrote the Foreword for the book. The history and some of the unusual events held at the University of Tennessee's Arboretum is included. Finally the history of the Comparative Animal Research Laboratory is also featured. I was pleased to capture these details of Oak Ridge history and am glad to bring them to you in this annual book form.

Longing for the Bomb

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Longing for the Bomb

Longing for the Bomb

Oak Ridge and Atomic Nostalgia

  • Author: Lindsey A. Freeman
  • Publisher: UNC Press Books
  • ISBN: 1469622386
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 256
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Longing for the Bomb traces the unusual story of the first atomic city and the emergence of American nuclear culture. Tucked into the folds of Appalachia and kept off all commercial maps, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, was created for the Manhattan Project by the U.S. government in the 1940s. Its workers labored at a breakneck pace, most aware only that their jobs were helping "the war effort." The city has experienced the entire lifespan of the Atomic Age, from the fevered wartime enrichment of the uranium that fueled Little Boy, through a brief period of atomic utopianism after World War II when it began to brand itself as "The Atomic City," to the anxieties of the Cold War, to the contradictory contemporary period of nuclear unease and atomic nostalgia. Oak Ridge's story deepens our understanding of the complex relationship between America and its bombs. Blending historiography and ethnography, Lindsey Freeman shows how a once-secret city is visibly caught in an uncertain present, no longer what it was historically yet still clinging to the hope of a nuclear future. It is a place where history, memory, and myth compete and conspire to tell the story of America's atomic past and to explain the nuclear present.

Echoes Of Betrayal

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Echoes Of Betrayal

Echoes Of Betrayal

Paladin's Legacy: Book Three

  • Author: Elizabeth Moon
  • Publisher: Hachette UK
  • ISBN: 0748119280
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 512
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As threats build abroad, treachery strikes at home ... While King Kieri struggles to end the war that plagues his borders, his new subjects are becoming restless. His people include both humans and elves, and their uneasy accord is cracking under the demands of war. Kieri didn't fully appreciate the danger until someone close to him is found slain in the woods, and his beloved new wife also finds her life in danger. Kieri must seek out the corruption within his grandmother's elvish court, or all he's achieved will turn to nothing. Trouble also finds Dorrin Verrakai on the road, riding to command her kingdom's defences in the war torn provinces. Her family's dark power is rising again and it's down to her to root out the devastating influence of their illicit blood magic. Then her investigations reveal magery in the last place anyone expected. And while mortals struggle, dragonspawn might yet set all their realms afire.

The Bone Thief

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The Bone Thief

The Bone Thief

A Body Farm Novel

  • Author: Jefferson Bass
  • Publisher: Harper Collins
  • ISBN: 9780061976421
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 416
  • View: 4262
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“The Body Farm novels have become bestsellers because of their attention to the fine details of forensics combined with great plot lines.” —Deseret News (Salt Lake City) The latest Body Farm novel from New York Times bestseller Jefferson Bass, The Bone Thief is a must for fans of Patricia Cornwell and TV’s C.S.I. The hero of four previous thrillers—Carved in Bone, The Devil’s Bones, Flesh and Bone, and Bones of Betrayal—Dr. Bill Brockton must stop a grisly black market dealing in body parts and cadavers in this white-knuckle adventure written by the man widely considered to be the world’s foremost expert in forensic anthropology. Read The Bone Thief and discover why Kathy Reichs calls Bass, “The real deal.”

Overcoming My Number One Enemy

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Overcoming My Number One Enemy

Overcoming My Number One Enemy

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: Sword of the Lord Publishers
  • ISBN: 9780873986380
  • Category:
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A Broth of Betrayal

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A Broth of Betrayal

A Broth of Betrayal

  • Author: Connie Archer
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • ISBN: 1101619805
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 304
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Even a town called Snowflake, Vermont, has a summer season. In August, Lucky Jamieson’s By the Spoonful serves chilled soups—celery and green onion, cream of asparagus—and salads. The shop also serves as a gathering place to talk about cold-blooded murder… A protest to stop the construction of an ugly car wash in the middle of the town’s picturesque Village Green is interrupted by the discovery of a skeleton that may date back to the Revolutionary War. While the remains pose a historical mystery, a present-day murder shakes the town to its core when local auto mechanic Harry Hodges is found dead in his shop. Straining the patience of Chief of Police Nate Edgerton, Lucky soon finds herself in the soup again when her dear friend Elizabeth, the Mayor of Snowflake, goes missing. No matter how much trouble she has to stir up, Lucky is determined to use her noodle to uncover a killer and recover her friend… Recipes included!

Beyond Betrayal - Beyond Humanity

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Beyond Betrayal - Beyond Humanity

Beyond Betrayal - Beyond Humanity

A Fictionalized Biography

  • Author: Helga Schweininger
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • ISBN: 1426963653
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 268
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Based on true events, BEYOND BETRAYAL - BEYOND HUMANITY relates the human tragedy of Lieschen Reinking, a young aristocratic woman, and her family. The untimely, suspicious death of Lieschens mother and the disappearance of her grandmother break Lieschens heart when she is only fi ve years old. As soon as she can, she sets out to search for the truth. As a young woman, she falls passionately in love with Robert Schweitzer, but this love cannot exist. Her father wants her to marry Sigi Prinz from their own aristocracy. Lieschen detests Sigi. While the tragic mosaic of life and death, of love, hate, class affl ictions and deceit fracture Lieschens heart, the intricate mysteries unravel in an unexpected turn of events when Lieschen uncovers the truth about her mothers death, her grandmothers disapperance, and her controversial relationship with Robert Schweitzer. READERS COMMENTS: Engaging and Compelling.

Betrayal

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Betrayal

Betrayal

The Story of Aldrich Ames, an American Spy

  • Author: Tim Weiner,David Johnston,Neil A. Lewis
  • Publisher: Random House
  • ISBN: 0307824446
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 320
  • View: 7833
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The inside story of the biggest molehunt in the history of American intelligence: the search for and discovery by three New York Times journalists of Aldrich Ames, who was paid by the Soviets for years to spy in America.