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|Author||: R. A. F. McPhearson|
|Total Pages||: 126|
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Domestic terrorists are attacking people in uniform, in the Four Corners area of southern Colorado. The group of misfits target anyone not elected by the people, but that is just an excuse to commit murder and make a name for themselves. Robert Begay, concerned with the events, only wishes to live a simple life on his ranch. Then the terrorists attack a Colorado Highway patrolman, and incur the wrath of Robert, Navajo war veteran and undercover government agent, who was in the police car with the cop, an old friend. Involved against his wishes, and vowing to stop the terrorists, Robert, a seasoned Army officer, enlists the aid of a National Guard group, which includes his Airborne-trained younger brother, on summer maneuvers nearby. Then he and his lifelong friend and fellow veteran, chase the criminals into the lands of prehistoric Indians, in the canyons of the high desert. Drawing on his alto ego, the Navajo hero-god, Monster-Slayer, and using his experiences in Vietnam, Robert duels with the modern day monsters, while fighting the inner demons haunting him since his wounding in a white man's war.
|Author||: Aileen O’Bryan|
|Publsiher||: Courier Corporation|
|Total Pages||: 208|
Download Navaho Indian Myths Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Rich compilation of Navaho origin and creation myths, recorded directly from a tribal elder: "The Creation of the Sun and Moon," "The Maiden who Became a Bear," and many more.
|Author||: R. A. F. McPhearson|
|Total Pages||: 514|
Download Sons of Thunder Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
In TROGONS, Robert Begay, Navajo war veteran and undercover government agent, reluctantly joins Special Agents investigating drug deaths in Phoenix. A huge cat claw is carved into the backs of the Native and Hispanic victims, hinting at a sinister plot involving very important people. Kidnapped and taken to the Barranca del Cobre in Mexico, Robert finds the answers to what no one has told him. SONS OF THUNDER finds Robert and his brother Tommy drawn into organized crime threatening Native artisans on the Reservation. A mob assassin is ordered to make examples of the Begays. Instead, the Begays relentlessly track the big-city mobsters, while Robert battles his Post-Traumatic Shock, too tired of death to keep the voices quiet. Tom Begay learns of his heritage in BORN-FOR-WATER, when Robert fights vicious criminals returned to the Reservation for revenge. Desperate to save his wife and unborn son, Robert confronts the men. An old friend returns and beckons Tom to join him in the search for the killers. The chase takes them to the Mexican border where Tom finds his inner form, the Twin Son of Changing Woman, Born-for-Water, brother to Monster-Slayer.
|Author||: Robert D. Bullard|
|Publsiher||: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers|
|Total Pages||: 298|
|Genre||: Political Science|
Download The Black Metropolis in the Twenty First Century Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book brings together key essays that seek to make visible and expand our understanding of the role of government (policies, programs, and investments) in shaping cities and metropolitan regions; the costs and consequences of uneven urban and regional growth patterns; suburban sprawl and public health, transportation, and economic development; and the enduring connection of place, space, and race in the era of increased globalization. Whether intended or unintended, many government policies (housing, transportation, land use, environmental, economic development, education, etc.) have aided and in some cases subsidized suburban sprawl, job flight, and spatial mismatch; concentrated urban poverty; and heightened racial and economic disparities. Written mostly by African American scholars, the book captures the dynamism of these meetings, describing the challenges facing cities, suburbs, and metropolitan regions as they seek to address continuing and emerging patterns of racial polarization in the twenty-first century. The book clearly shows that the United States entered the new millennium as one of the wealthiest and the most powerful nations on earth. Yet amid this prosperity, our nation is faced with some of the same challenges that confronted it at the beginning of the twentieth century, including rising inequality in income, wealth, and opportunity; economic restructuring; immigration pressures and ethnic tension; and a widening gap between 'haves' and 'have-nots.' Clearly, race matters. Place also matters. Where we live impacts the quality of our lives and chances for the 'good life.'
|Author||: Craig Robertson|
|Publsiher||: Simon and Schuster|
|Total Pages||: 327|
Download The Last Refuge Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
FROM THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF RANDOM AND MURDERABILIA - John Callum is fleeing his past, but has run straight into danger. When John Callum arrives on the wild and desolate Faroe Islands, he vows to sever all ties with his previous life. He desperately wants to make a new start, and is surprised by how quickly he is welcomed into the close-knit community. But still, the terrifying, debilitating nightmares just won't stop. Then the solitude is shattered by an almost unheard of crime on the islands: murder. A specialist team of detectives arrives from Denmark to help the local police, who seem completely ill-equipped for an investigation of this scale. But as tensions rise, and the community closes rank to protect its own, John has to watch his back. But far more disquieting than that, John's nightmares have taken an even more disturbing turn, and he can't be certain about the one thing he needs to know above all else. Whether he is the killer … Brilliant crime fiction for fans of Stuart MacBride and Ian Rankin, Craig Robertson's debut thriller Random was shortlisted for the CWA New Blood Dagger. Praise for Craig Robertson: 'Robertson is doing for Glasgow what Rankin did for Edinburgh' Mirror 'I can't recommend this book highly enough' MARTINA COLE 'Brace yourself to be horrified and hooked' EVA DOLAN 'Fantastic characterisation, great plotting, page-turning and gripping. The best kind of intelligent and moving crime fiction writing' LUCA VESTE 'Really enjoyed Murderabilia - disturbing, inventive, and powerfully and stylishly written. Recommended' STEVE MOSBY 'A great murder mystery witha brilliantly realised setting and deftly painted characters' JAMES OSWALD 'Takes a spine-tingling setting and an original storyline and adds something more' Scottish Daily Record 'A perfectly constrcuted police procedural with real psychological depth' Crimefictionlover