By Michael Kelahan, Robert Silverberg
By Anna Campbell
By Umberto Eco
Simone Simonini è un falsario. Si sposta nell'Europa ottocentesca offrendo i propri servigi a governanti, poliziotti e servizi segreti. Messe nere e attentati dinamitardi, gesuiti, massoni, camicie rosse e carbonari, il suo genio bilioso plasma in silenzio los angeles storia, seminando dietro di sé una scia di rovine e dolore. Dal naufragio in cui muore Ippolito Nievo, all'affaire Dreyfus, alla spettacolare invenzione dei Protocolli dei Savi Anziani di Sion.
By Jennifer Crusie
By Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus; Rau, Heribert
This biography of Mozart takes a unique flip from many serious about studying Mozart's position as a composer. in its place, Heribert Rau portrays Mozart in a mode such as fiction, incorporating prose right into a biographical account of his existence and private relationships.
By Ben Mezrich
Deadly FleshWhen moonlighting clinical scholars "harvesting" pores and skin from a corpse for transitority use unintentionally take it from the incorrect donor, the consequences are catastrophic: a brand new York urban sanatorium ward is destroyed in a massacre, and an aged professor, admitted for a regimen dermis graft, is by surprise the city's so much sought after fugitive.Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully are the one ones to suspect whatever extra ominous than a scientific process long gone awry. because the FBI brokers investigating the "X-Files"--strange and inexplicable circumstances the Bureau desires to retain hidden--Mulder and Scully are decided to trace down the forces they think are at the back of the murderer.While the police hunt the fleeing professor, Mulder and Scully song the surface that used to be grafted onto him, a path that leads from the morgue to the headquarters of a state of the art biotech corporation to the jungles of Thailand. jointly they start to discover an unholy and absolutely deniable alliance among a battle-trained plastic physician, foreign politicians, and a mythical Thai monster referred to as the "Skin-Eater."
By William Sarabande
Enchanting, dramatic, unsurpasses in scope and suthenticity, this can be the fourth intriguing quantity of the exceptional new sequence the 1st americans, which started with past the ocean of Ice and endured with hall of Storms and Forbidden Land. Following the trek of the woolly tremendous, the nice hunter Torka leads a courageous band of survivors around the Arctic tundra. yet his management is threatened from inside of through a perilous contention among the good-looking twins Umak and Manaravak for the affection of an attractive, sensual lady, and from with out by way of a mysterious creature referred to as the wanawut, whose howling awakens primitive and terrifying fears. Now, as a firestorm races around the frost-brittle land, Torka and his devoted lady, Lonit, needs to start a perilous odyssey to the house of the wind--a darkish and forbidding area from which no human has ever again.
By Hugh Ashton
David Slater, a conscript within the Twenties military of the Confederacy, faces a quandary. whilst he and his regiment have been shipped to Germany to aid degree a coup there, his Limey fellow-soldier Brian was once appearing surprisingly. David now has the alternative of reporting his ally to his commanding officials, or conserving quiet and simply doing his activity: getting ready for the coming of Bismarck, the enormous Zeppelin flying Hitler and his Nazi cohorts to satisfy their new allies, the Confederates.
By Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee PhD
The circle of divine love is often current in the middle. the adventure of the mystic is to retrace this circle and so adventure the oneness that's hidden inside us. carrying on with his paintings of delivering a modern realizing of Sufism, Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee attracts us into this secret of the soul. He describes the best way of mystical prayer and of listening with the guts. He deals precious perception into strength and the religious lifestyles: how one can use one's strength to wreck freed from regulations and reside the enjoyment of one's divine nature. He explores the primordial query of why we so simply put out of your mind our starting place in God. eventually, The Circle of Love takes us deep into the paranormal mystery of being misplaced in God, to the guts of the circle the place the sweetheart merges into the loved, and the heart's private fact is printed
By Martin J. Wiener
This ebook examines the therapy of violence by means of males opposed to girls in nineteenth-century England. felony legislations got here to punish violence extra systematically and critically in the course of Victoria's reign since it was once selling a brand new, extra pacific perfect of manliness. but, this it appears revolutionary criminal improvement brought on robust resistance, not just from violent males yet others who engaged in arguments approximately democracy, humanitarianism and patriarchy to set up sympathy with ''men of blood.''