Practice to Deceive

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Practice to Deceive

Practice to Deceive

  • Author: Ann Rule
  • Publisher: Simon and Schuster
  • ISBN: 1416544631
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 339
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Traces the murder of Whidbey Island resident Russ Douglas, who after spending Christmas with his estranged wife and children in 2003 was murdered and whose death implicated several suspects, including an aging beauty queen and her boyfriend.

Practice to Deceive

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Practice to Deceive

Practice to Deceive

  • Author: Dell Shannon
  • Publisher: Hachette UK
  • ISBN: 1471913511
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 240
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'My favourite American crime-writer' New York Herald Tribune Sergeant Ivor Maddox of the Wilcox Street precinct has more crime on his hands than even he is accustomed to: murders, con-men, a dismembered corpse, runaway teenagers and a multiple rapist. To catch the rapist, whose victims are always attractive and respectable women, Maddox persuades his true love, policewoman Sue Carstairs, to bait the trap . . .

Practice to Deceive

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Practice to Deceive

Practice to Deceive

  • Author: David Housewright
  • Publisher: Open Road Media
  • ISBN: 145323957X
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 284
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The swindling of an elderly widow leads to “a greased-lightning tale of scam and counterscam” from an Edgar Award–winning author (Kirkus Reviews). When a drunk driver kills her entire family, Florida retiree Irene Gustafson is left rich and alone. Between savings and life insurance, the death of her son and his family leaves her with nearly $300,000—a veritable fortune in a community where most live off social security. Following the advice of Ann Landers, Mrs. Gustafson hands the money over to an investment manager. The returns are steady until he starts investing in Willow Tree, a low-income housing development on the fringes of the Twin Cities. The money vanishes, and Mrs. Gustafson is destitute. That’s where Holland Taylor, Minneapolis private detective, comes in. His recently retired parents are Mrs. Gustafson’s neighbors, and they want Taylor to recover the old lady’s money. It seems impossible, but as he investigates Willow Tree he finds a twisted real-estate conspiracy with deep roots in city politics—and a vicious killer hired to protect the secret.

Practice To Deceive

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Practice To Deceive

Practice To Deceive

  • Author: Patricia Veryan
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
  • ISBN: 1250118433
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 343
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It is 1746. Bonnie Prince Charlie's rebellion has been crushed, and his loyal followers, bound to recover a vast missing treasure, flee murderous soldiers and bounty hunters across strife-torn England. And in the center of this violent storm, the lovely Penelope Montgomery lives a virtual prisoner of her scheming uncle and his cruel wife. She knows nothing of their cold plot to make her innocence a gift to Captain Rolan Otton, whose startling handsomeness barely conceals a ruthless villainy. She dreams only of Quentin Chandler–-the man who won her love in childhood, who now claims the awakening passions of her womanhood. And soon destiny will surprise them both as they are reunited in a desperate flight to restore the missing treasure, bring honor back to England, and savor at last the sweet rewards of their longing, loving hearts.

When We Practice to Deceive

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When We Practice to Deceive

When We Practice to Deceive

  • Author: Gloria Mallette
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780870678653
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 223
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Practise to Deceive

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Practise to Deceive

Practise to Deceive

  • Author: David Mure
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: World War, 1939-1945
  • Page: 270
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Om engelsk vildledningsvirksomhed og kontraspionage under anden verdenskrig.

Strategic and Operational Deception in the Second World War

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Strategic and Operational Deception in the Second World War

Strategic and Operational Deception in the Second World War

  • Author: Michael I. Handel
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • ISBN: 1136286888
  • Category: History
  • Page: 360
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First Published in 1987. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Babyland

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Babyland

Babyland

  • Author: Holly Chamberlin
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
  • ISBN: 0758288212
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 400
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And To Think Pink Was Once My Favorite Color. . . Then the two pink lines appeared. Pink, as in positive. . .as in pregnant. . .as in pure, unadulterated panic. This wasn't supposed to happen: I'm scheduled to marry the handsome, successful, and very appropriate Ross Davis in six months. Unfortunately, while Ross may not rock my world with kitchen-table sex, his technique worked well enough to put a bun in my thirtysomething oven. . . Don't get me wrong, babies are great--in theory. But I enjoyed my life the way it was. Loved my job, my rooftop apartment, my friends; was having fun planning my wedding and gazing at my pretty three-carat diamond. I didn't need anything more. . .did I? Well, whatever I needed, here's what I currently have: A nasty case of morning sickness, a future mother-in-law obsessed with "Ross's Baby," and a custom-designed wedding dress I'll soon be too fat to wear. Now, as I burst the seams on my pencil skirts, I'm trying to take some small comfort in the fact that one is never too bloated for a really cute purse. But impending motherhood also has me reassessing more than my wardrobe--and wondering how fast I can finish growing up. . .

The Ethics of Surgery

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The Ethics of Surgery

The Ethics of Surgery

Conflicts and Controversies

  • Author: Robert M. Sade M.D.
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN: 0190258004
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 384
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According to popular belief, technical skill is far more important for surgeons than thoughtful deliberation. Nothing could be further from the truth. Although surgeons must sometimes make decisions rapidly on the basis of incomplete evidence and must respond to unexpected catastrophes in the operating room rapidly, those events are intermittent - most of the time surgeons deliberate on diagnostic problems and thoughtfully manage postoperative care, which is often intellectually challenging. The relationship of surgeons with their patients is, in a real sense, far more intimate and trusting than that of any other professional, a claim that is supported by the fact that patients surrender their bodies to their surgeons in a state of total helplessness and vulnerability when they undergo anesthesia. Because of that responsibility, no other professional group has a greater sense of dedication to the welfare of their patients than surgeons. Surgical culture is deeply steeped in ethics, and surgeons confront and resolve ethical dilemmas as much or more than most other professionals, although they often may not recognize the situations they resolve are problems in ethics - they are just part of the daily routine. This book is a compendium of articles from the recent surgical literature that address ethical issues chosen by surgeons because they are controversial and pertinent to the practice of surgery. The reader will not find a great deal of sophisticated dissection of fine philosophical distinctions in these discussions of ethical conflicts and controversies in surgery. Instead, they will discover differing viewpoints from thoughtful essayists, mostly surgeons, whose feet are firmly in contact with the ground and who have extensive experience in the real world of surgery, medicine, and law.

Moralities

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Moralities

Moralities

A Diachronic Evolutionary Approach

  • Author: Paul Ziff
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
  • ISBN: 9401705003
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Page: 171
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This essay is the product of years of distaste for, and dissatisfaction with, the efforts of moral philosophers. It can be tiresome to attend to details, to spell out the obvious, but moral philosophy is such an abysmally difficult subject that faster than a creeping slug is breakneck reckless speed. One simply must content oneself with a slow slimy trail painfully drawn and cautiously constrained. Generally speaking, philosophy, and, in particular, moral philosophy, is too hard fot philosophers. Even though publishing is spitting in the ocean, and even though my sour sweet spittle will not alter the ocean's salinity, I am somehow inclined to publish this essay. Acknowledgments: I began this essay in 1956. During the years, I have discussed many of the topics in this volume with a great many philosophers. I am indebted to all of them, especially those with whom I disagreed and those who disagreed with me. One learns nothing from agreement, whereas disagreement provokes one to look more closely and more carefully at what is at issue: if a philosopher is to profit from discussion, someone must be disagreeable.