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Detailed Minutiae of Soldier Life in the Army o...
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Detailed Minutiae of Soldier Life in the Army of Northern Virginia, 1861-1865: Eugene McCarthy

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The Road by Cormac McCarthy (Book Analysis) als...
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The Road by Cormac McCarthy (Book Analysis):Detailed Summary, Analysis and Reading Guide Bright Summaries

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No Country for Old Men by Cormac McCarthy (Book...
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No Country for Old Men by Cormac McCarthy (Book Analysis):Detailed Summary, Analysis and Reading Guide Bright Summaries

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MiG Killers
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The photos in this edition are black and white. MiG Killers: A Chronology of U.S. Air Victories in Vietnam 1965-1973 tells the dramatic story of U.S. Air Force and Navy flight crews who battled the Soviet-built enemy MiGs in the war-torn skies over Southeast Asia. Learn new information on this subject from vivid and detailed narrative describing all 202 MiG kills made by six different aircraft types, and with every engagement arranged in chronological order. This book also features the most complete photo documentation on this subject ever assembled. By using outstanding original military photography, much of which has never before been published, this book shows 169 of the 174 U.S. aircraft credited with MiG kills during the Vietnam War. It describes each aircraft with serial number, tail code, operational unit, crewmember names, callsign, and specific weaponry and tactics used in accomplishing each and every MiG kill made from April 1965 through January 1973.

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The Master of All Desires , Hörbuch, Digital, 1...
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From the novelist with Antonia Fraser´s authenticity and Anne Rice´s allure comes another ´´highly enjoyable romp´´ (Newsday), with a millennial twist. In The Oracle Glass and The Serpent Garden, Judith Merkle Riley enchanted listeners with rich, pause-resisting re-creations of eras past, wicked thumbnail sketches of power players, riotous action, delicious mystery and romance, luminous prose, and feisty heroines with a feminist sensibility. The Master of All Desires has it all, with an extra helping of the occult, clad in Riley´s hallmark style and wit. It is 1556 and the queen´s astrologer, the prophet Nostradamus has uncovered a secret that could destroy the kingdom of France. The queen, Catherine de Medicis, a dabbler in black magic, has decided to get rid of the king´s mistress by seeking out the legendary Undying Head of Menander the Magus, known as the Master of All Desires. But she does not know that evil befalls all those who wish upon this accursed object. And the head, in its coffer, has fallen into the possession of a charming, wryly perceptive but stubborn young woman: Sybille Artaud de la Roche, a bluestocking poet who needs it to obtain all her desires...beauty, genius, and a dashing, intelligent cavalier. The three-way battle that ensues - a prophet who scorns poetry, a woman in love, and a sly and ruthless queen - is set against the rich, detailed tapestry of a nation on the verge of civil war and a lively constellation of famous figures clustered around Nostradamus, seer of the millennium. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Hollis McCarthy. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/008033/bk_adbl_008033_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 29.03.2019
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Never a Lovely So Real: The Life and Work of Ne...
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For a time, Nelson Algren was America´s most famous author, lauded by the likes of Richard Wright and Ernest Hemingway. Millions bought his books. Algren´s third novel, The Man with the Golden Arm, won the first National Book Award, and Frank Sinatra starred in the movie. But despite Algren´s talent, he abandoned fiction and fell into obscurity. The cause of his decline was never clear. Some said he drank his talent away; others cited writer´s block. The truth, hidden in the pages of his books, is far more complicated and tragic. Now, almost forty years after Algren´s death, Colin Asher finally captures the full, novelistic story of his life in a magisterial biography set against mid-twentieth-century American politics and culture. Drawing from interviews, archival correspondence, and the most complete version of Algren´s 886-page FBI file ever released, Colin Asher portrays Algren as a dramatic iconoclast. A member of the Communist Party in the 1930s, Algren used his writing to humanize Chicago´s underclass, while excoriating the conservative radicalism of the McCarthy era. Asher traces Algren´s development as a thinker, his close friendship and falling out with Richard Wright, and his famous affair with Simone de Beauvoir. Most intriguingly, Asher uncovers the true cause of Algren´s artistic exile: a reckless creative decision that led to increased FBI scrutiny and may have caused a mental breakdown. In his second act, Algren was a vexing figure who hid behind a cynical facade. He called himself a ´´journalist´´ and a ´´loser,´´ though many still considered him one of the greatest living American authors. An inspiration to writers such as Hunter S. Thompson, Martha Gellhorn, Jimmy Breslin, Betty Friedan, Cormac McCarthy, Don DeLillo, Russell Banks, and Thomas Pynchon, Algren nevertheless struggled to achieve recognition, and died just as his career was on the verge of experiencing a renaissance. Never a Lovely So Real offers an exquisitely detailed, engrossing portrait of a master who, as esteemed literary critic Maxwell Geismar wrote, was capable of suggesting ´´the whole contour of a human life in a few terse pages.´´

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The Risk of Trading: Mastering the Most Importa...
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Develop the skills to manage risk in the high-stakes world of financial speculation. The Risk of Trading is a practical resource that takes an in-depth look at one of the most challenging factors of trading--risk management. The book puts a magnifying glass on the issue of risk, something that every trader needs to understand in order to be successful. Most traders look at risk in terms of a ´´stop-loss´´ that enables them to exit a losing trade quickly. In The Risk of Trading, Michael Toma explains that risk is ever-present in every aspect of trading and advocates that traders adopt a more comprehensive view of risk that encompasses the strategic trading plan, account size, drawdowns, maximum possible losses, psychological capital, and crisis management. Shows how to conduct a detailed statistical analysis of an individual´s trading methodology through back-testing and real-time results so as to identify when the methodology may be breaking down in actual trading Reveals why traders should think of themselves as project managers who are strategically managing risk The book is based on the author´s unique ´focus on the risk´ approach to trading using data-driven risk statistical analytics Using this book as a guide, traders can operate more as business managers and learn how to avoid market-busting losses while achieving consistently good results. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: David McCarthy. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/004898/bk_adbl_004898_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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