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Shell Game
Author: Sarah R. Shaber
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0312356021
Pages: 224
Year: 2007-03-06
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The discovery of the fourteen-thousand-year-old corpse of Uwharrie Man on the shores of North Carolina's Badin Lake leads to trouble for forensic historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Simon Shaw when his friend, archaeologist David Morgan, a man at the center of factions battling for control of the bones, is found murdered. 15,000 first printing.
Simon Said
Author: Sarah R. Shaber
Publisher:
ISBN: 1933523654
Pages: 220
Year: 2011-04
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"Forensic historian Simon Shaw likes his murders old and cold, and his first case fits the bill. An archeologist friend has found a skeleton with a bullet hole in its skull under historic Bloodworth House, and Simon investigates with his usual doggedness until he discovers that the corpse is Anne Bloodworth, an heiress who disappeared in 1926. Shaw feels compelled to find out who killed her. But this turns out to be more than an academic exercise when someone who wants to hide past secrets tries to murder him!"--P. [4] of cover.
Louise's War
Author: Sarah R. Shaber
Publisher: Severn House Pub Limited
ISBN: 0727898450
Pages: 317
Year: 2012
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While working as a clerk in Washington, D.C., Louise tries to get an old Jewish friend and her family out of Vichy France before the Nazis arrive, but the task becomes more difficult after the person she enlisted for help is murdered.
The Fugitive King
Author: Sarah R. Shaber
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0312290462
Pages: 240
Year: 2002-09-09
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When the skeleton found in an old pickup truck is identified as Eva Potter, a woman whose alleged killer, Roy Freedman, has been in prison for more than forty years, Professor Simon Shaw uses his training as a forensic historian to clear Freedman's name.
Death Benefits
Author: Thomas Perry
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0375506772
Pages: 400
Year: 2001-03-13
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When gruff and intimidating security consultant Max Stillman appears without warning in the San Francisco office of McClaren Life and Casualty and begins asking questions and scrutinizing files, the employees can't help wondering just which of them he's been hired to investigate. The first to find out is young data analyst John Walker when Stillman's mysterious investigation leads out of town, he announces he's taking Walker with him. Walker has been picked because a colleague with whom he once had a love affair has disappeared after paying a very large death benefit to an impostor. Since Walker knew her intimately, Stillman believes he's likely to be useful in finding and convicting her. But because he knows her so well, Walker is convinced that she is innocent, and that he must join the pursuit so that he can defend her. These conflicting purposes unite Walker and Stillman in an urgent search that propels them across the country and into unexpected dangers. The trail ends in a deceptively peaceful corner of the New Hampshire countryside, where they find themselves trapped by a deadly conspiracy that's much bigger, older, and more evil than they could ever have imagined. Martin Cruz Smith declared a previous Perry novel as beautifully crafted as a good automatic weapon. In Death Benefits, Perry gives us another stunning suspense story with writing that is, as the Los Angeles Times said, as sharp as a sushi knife.
Snipe Hunt
Author: Sarah R. Shaber
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0312974701
Pages: 304
Year: 2001-02-15
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When a murdered diver is discovered with Confederate gold coins in his collecting bucket, professors Simon Shaw and David Morgan decide to investigate.
Dry Bones
Author: Peter May
Publisher:
ISBN: 1590587693
Pages: 250
Year: 2010-03
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What has happened to Jacques Gaillard? The brilliant teacher who trained some of France's best and brightest at the Ecole Nationale d'Administration as future Prime Ministers and Presidents vanished ten years ago, presumably from Paris. Talk about your cold case. The mystery inspires a bet, one that Enzo Macleod, a biologist teaching in Toulouse instead of pursuing a brilliant career in forensics back home in Scotland can ill afford to lose. The wager is that Enzo can find out what happened to Jacques Gaillard by applying new science to an old case. Enzo comes to Paris to meet journalist Roger Raffin, the author of a book on seven celebrated unsolved murders, the assumption being that Gaillard is dead. He needs Raffin's notes. And armed with these, he begins his quest. It quickly has him touring landmarks such as the Paris catacombs and a chateau in Champagne, digging up relics and bones. Yes, Enzo finds Jacques Gaillard's head. The artifacts buried with the skull set him to interpreting the clues they provide and to following in someone's footsteps--maybe more than one someone--after the rest of Gaillard. And to reviewing some ancient and recent history. As with a quest, it's as much discovery as detection. Enzo proves to be an ace investigator, scientific and intuitive, and, for all his missteps, one who hits his goals including a painful journey toward greater self-awareness.
Tar Heel Dead
Author: Sarah R. Shaber
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469625539
Pages: 280
Year: 2015-04-01
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From O. Henry to Lilian Jackson Braun, North Carolina has nurtured some of the world's best-known mystery writers. This unique collection of mystery short stories showcases some of North Carolina's best writing talent from the past and the present--some famous, some less well known. Some of the mysteries are by authors who have earned solid reputations in other genres, such as Orson Scott Card and William Brittain, but as their stories here demonstrate, their talent embraces the mysterious. The stories in this collection are as diverse as the "detectives" they feature: the Native American policeman who solves his first case on the reservation; a Siamese cat with an intuitive affection for his paraplegic neighbor; an attentive convenience store owner; and a thirty-year-old computer whiz whose body stopped growing when he was nine. They solve crimes, locate treasures, and uncover deceit in a range of tales that reflects the breadth of the genre. With stories to delight mystery devotees and fans of all good writing, this anthology highlights one of the most vibrant and popular elements of North Carolina's literary legacy. Contributors: Nancy Bartholomew, Greensboro, N.C. Lilian Jackson Braun, Tryon, N.C. William E. Brittain, Asheville, N.C. Lisa Cantrell, Madison, N.C. Orson Scott Card, Greensboro, N.C. O. Henry (1862-1910) Toni L. P. Kelner, Malden, Mass. Michael Malone, Hillsborough, N.C. Margaret Maron, Willow Springs, N.C. Katy Munger, writing as Gallagher Gray, Durham, N.C. BarbaraNeely, Jamaica Plain, Mass. Guy Owen (1925-1981) David B. Sentelle, writing as Clyde Haywood, Washington, D.C. Sarah R. Shaber, Raleigh, N.C. Elizabeth Daniels Squire (1926-2001) Kathy Hogan Trocheck, Raleigh, N.C. Manly Wade Wellman (1903-1986) Brenda Witchger, writing as Brynn Bonner, Cary, N.C.
The Blood Spilt
Author: Asa Larsson
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141031085
Pages: 352
Year: 2008-05-01
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Under the midnight sun murder will be done... Midsummer in Sweden, the sun never sets and the only darkness lies in the recesses of the human mind. For a priest - Matilda Nilsson - has been brutally killed and lawyer Rebecka Marinsson, who though she'd done with Kiruna, the little town of ther birth, is dragged back there to stop a killing spree. Yet the shadows that surround Matilda - hurt and healing, sin and sexuality, lethal sacrifice - will come to engulf those like Rebecka who seek the truth.
War beyond Words
Author: Jay Winter
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108293476
Pages:
Year: 2017-07-06
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What we know of war is always mediated knowledge and feeling. We need lenses to filter out some of its blinding, terrifying light. These lenses are not fixed; they change over time, and Jay Winter's panoramic history of war and memory offers an unprecedented study of transformations in our imaginings of war, from 1914 to the present. He reveals the ways in which different creative arts have framed our meditations on war, from painting and sculpture to photography, film and poetry, and ultimately to silence, as a language of memory in its own right. He shows how these highly mediated images of war, in turn, circulate through language to constitute our 'cultural memory' of war. This is a major contribution to our understanding of the diverse ways in which men and women have wrestled with the intractable task of conveying what twentieth-century wars meant to them and mean to us.
The Second Sex (Vintage Feminism Short Edition)
Author: Simone de Beauvoir
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1473521912
Pages: 144
Year: 2015-03-05
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Vintage Feminism: classic feminist texts in short form WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY NATALIE HAYNES When this book was first published in 1949 it was to outrage and scandal. Never before had the case for female liberty been so forcefully and successfully argued. De Beauvoir’s belief that ‘One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman’ switched on light bulbs in the heads of a generation of women and began a fight for greater equality and economic independence. These pages contain the key passages of the book that changed perceptions of women forever. TRANSLATED BY CONSTANCE BORDE AND SHEILA MALOVANY-CHEVALLIER ANNOTATED AND INTRODUCED BY MARTINE REID
How to Read Literature Like a Professor: For Kids
Author: Thomas C. Foster
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062200879
Pages: 176
Year: 2013-04-23
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In How to Read Literature Like a Professor: For Kids, New York Times bestselling author and professor Thomas C. Foster gives tweens the tools they need to become thoughtful readers. With funny insights and a conversational style, he explains the way writers use symbol, metaphor, characterization, setting, plot and other key techniques to make a story come to life. From that very first middle school book report to that first college course, kids need to be able to understand the layers of meaning in literature. Foster makes learning this important skill fun and exciting by using examples from How the Grinch Stole Christmas to The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, from short stories and poems to movie scripts. This go-to guide unlocks all the hidden secrets to reading, making it entertaining and satisfying.
Library Journal
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Year: 2007
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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.
The Bug Funeral
Author: Sarah R. Shaber
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0312322186
Pages: 227
Year: 2004-05-05
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An expert in investigating murders that occurred over the last century, forensic historian Simon Shaw, a University of North Carolina history professor, takes on the case of a young woman, the goddaughter of a friend, who is plagued by dark memories and the belief that in a past life she had committed infanticide. By the author of The Fugitive King.
Den of Thieves
Author: James B. Stewart
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439126208
Pages: 592
Year: 2012-11-20
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A #1 bestseller from coast to coast, Den of Thieves tells the full story of the insider-trading scandal that nearly destroyed Wall Street, the men who pulled it off, and the chase that finally brought them to justice. Pulitzer Prize–winner James B. Stewart shows for the first time how four of the eighties’ biggest names on Wall Street—Michael Milken, Ivan Boesky, Martin Siegel, and Dennis Levine —created the greatest insider-trading ring in financial history and almost walked away with billions, until a team of downtrodden detectives triumphed over some of America’s most expensive lawyers to bring this powerful quartet to justice. Based on secret grand jury transcripts, interviews, and actual trading records, and containing explosive new revelations about Michael Milken and Ivan Boesky written especially for this paperback edition, Den of Thieves weaves all the facts into an unforgettable narrative—a portrait of human nature, big business, and crime of unparalleled proportions.