The EDGE of Honor

The EDGE of Honor
Author: KT Bryan
Publsiher: EDGE Productions
Total Pages: 339
Release: 2022-07-22
Genre: Fiction
ISBN 13:

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The Edge of Honor is a raw, dark, high-tempo thriller ~ USA Today Dr. Jessica Bentley knows all about monsters. She lives with them. Deals with them every day. But when Jessica warns the city of San Diego about a modern day Jack the Ripper on live TV, she never expects to become the monster’s next target. A brilliant madman is watching.... A serial killer the media has dubbed the "Savior" is terrorizing San Diego. He is a chameleon, a killer who can create and delete his identity at will. He blazes through doors that are closed to millions, and dreams about saving the world against sin. He's a wizard, a god, a ruthless killer. Now you see her, now you don’t… Wanted for murder, Navy SEAL Jake Kincaid is battling the feds, the cops, and as the clock winds down on a terrifying deadline, Jake plunges headlong into the most desperate hunt of his life, into the shattering search for a killer, a deadly truth, and for the love of his life, whose past has come back to kill her. Just how far will a man go to save the woman he loves? The answer is simple--all the way over the edge. From USA TODAY: Why you should read it: As menacing as the cover is for KT Bryan's The Edge of Honor, her villain is a trillion times creepier. Seriously, this guy's twisted factor is off the charts. He suffered through a savage childhood that goes a long way toward explaining his evolution from victim to killer, but what's truly fascinating is the clever linking of his past to that of another major character. This is one reason the book opens with a series of scenes in differing points of view, which I initially found disorienting, but it didn't take long before I'd attached to every character. Of course that made it difficult to watch them suffer, but it also made the ending all the more gratifying. The Edge of Honor is the second book in Bryan's Team Edge series (I was thrilled to watch the hero of The Edge of Trust in action again!), and it's one exciting sequel. Balancing the brutality is a welcome layer of wry humor and surprising sentimentality (I admit it, I cried). Bryan knows her guy-speak, excels in keeping her reader guessing, and creates one heck of a disturbing baddie. The Edge of Honor is a raw, dark, high-tempo thriller layered with delicious romance. It's a lot of book to read in one sitting, but trust me, you'll try..

The EDGE of Trust

The EDGE of Trust
Author: KT Bryan
Publsiher: Edge Productions
Total Pages: 362
Release: 2022-07-22
Genre: Fiction
ISBN 13:

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Emotional, Adrenaline-Filled Thrill Ride! The stakes are incredible. Failure is unimaginable. The malice unthinkable. Living a nightmare… When EDGE operative Dillon Caldwell follows a direct order to infiltrate and bring down the Sanchez Brothers drug cartel, he figures it will be a long, perilous year that he might not survive. He has no idea that his one year assignment will become three punishing, soul-destroying years, or that the price of his mission will ultimately be paid with the lives of his family. Dillon thought nothing could match the pain of losing his wife, but when Sara mysteriously turns up twelve months later, beaten yet alive, he realizes he was wrong. Sara has secrets she’s unwilling to share, secrets that may cost them their lives. Hunted by a relentless killer... Rafael Sanchez has turned a vendetta into a war with no rules. He has taken retribution to an extreme and wants to shatter more than just Dillon’s life. He wants to destroy every reason Dillon has left for living. One way in, and and no way out... Trapped in a hostile jungle, Dillon and Sara have nowhere to turn, nowhere to hide, and they find themselves shifting from the shadows of vengeance into the sunlight of justice. In order to survive, they can trust no one, will betray anyone, and are determined to win at whatever the cost. Even if it means going over the edge. ~*~ KT Bryan doesn't just kick off her Team EDGE series with this powerhouse of a story, she fills it with rocket fuel and launches it straight into the stratosphere. Powerful writing, a hell of a plot, and two flawed characters thrust into one incredibly perilous situation after another are the backbone of this awesome debut. The devil is in the detail, and Bryan proved herself adept at snagging that devil by the throat, slamming it down on the page, and introducing her characters to hell. USA TODAY - If you're looking for a dark thrilling read as unpredictable as it is emotionally wrenching, look no further. Get ready for the mother of all plot twist-veering the story toward a road that isn't anywhere on the map..

On the Edge of the Auspicious

On the Edge of the Auspicious
Author: Mary M. Cameron
Publsiher: University of Illinois Press
Total Pages: 332
Release: 1998
Genre: Social Science
ISBN 13: 9780252067167

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People of lower caste live throughout the villages of Nepal but have been noticeably absent from ethnographic accounts of the Himalayan region. Starting from the perspective of lower-caste Hindu women, Mary M. Cameron offers a long-overdue study of artisans and farmers in western Nepal. On the Edge of the Auspicious skillfully shows the connections between caste hierarchy and gender relations leading to domestic, economic, and religious power of lower-caste women. Situating her study in the history of land ownership and contemporary family and work relations, Cameron explains how and why patriarchal ideology associated with high-caste families in Nepal does not apply to women of lower caste. Drawing on data from work, family, and religious domains, this ethnography goes further than other current studies of caste hierarchy in South Asia to show the everyday material and ideological dimensions of domination and lower-caste people's resistance to them...

To the Edge of the World

To the Edge of the World
Author: Michele Torrey
Publsiher: Laurel Leaf
Total Pages: 240
Release: 2007-12-18
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
ISBN 13: 0307434095

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ORPHANED BY THE plague and penniless, Mateo must find his way in the world. By chance he is made a cabin boy on the celebrated voyage of Captain-General Ferdinand Magellan. The destination is secret, but the crew whispers that Magellan will be the first to sail east to the Spice Islands by going west—and everyone shall return with untold riches. At sea, Mateo discovers the meaning of friendship, loyalty, and hard work, as well as the delight of first love. But when the ocean rages and brother turns against brother, both Mateo and Magellan are in danger—and it’s not clear if anyone will survive. . . . “Torrey deftly maintains the taut thread of adventure that, along with the cast of memorable characters, keep the pages turning.”—Publishers Weekly, Starred “This deserves to be in the hands of every reader who loves history and adventure.”—Kirkus Reviews.

Falling Off the Edge of the World

Falling Off the Edge of the World
Author: Shelly Anderson
Publsiher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 308
Release:
Genre:
ISBN 13: 1304059839

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On the Edge of Destruction

On the Edge of Destruction
Author: Celia Stopnicka Heller
Publsiher: Wayne State University Press
Total Pages: 404
Release: 1994
Genre: History
ISBN 13: 9780814324943

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The Holocaust virtually destroyed the Jews of Poland, once a community of more than three million, constituting ten percent of the population, and the oldest continuous Jewish community in a European country. On the Edge of Destruction looks at the rich and complex nature of that community and the tremendous pressures under which it lived before the tragic end..

Apostle on the Edge

Apostle on the Edge
Author: Michael R. Cosby
Publsiher: Westminster John Knox Press
Total Pages: 322
Release: 2009
Genre: Religion
ISBN 13: 0664233082

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Author and teacher Michael R. Cosby provides a wonderful guide to Paul's letters, helping students relate them to their own cultural setting and figure out for themselves what they mean. Irreverent, entertaining, engaging, and fun, yet grounded in sound theology, Cosby's textbook, full of pictures, questions, and insights, is certain to be a most popular educational tool..

On the Edge of History

On the Edge of History
Author: Joseph C. Abdo
Publsiher: Joseph Abdo
Total Pages: 492
Release: 2006-02-01
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 13: 9729985804

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During the 19th century, the United States and Europe were on the brink of a transition that would lead to the modern world. In the middle of the Atlantic the Dabney family from Boston had settled on the small island of Faial in the Azores and quickly became involved in the political, literary, intellectual and religious changes taking place at that time on both sides of the Atlantic. This book provides a rare glimpse of life from the point of view of some well-known historical figures, as well as some "anonymous" insiders, creating a picture of individuals and events in the 19th century from a fresh perspective. In some instances it fills in unsuspected gaps or provides different interpretations of what occurred in the story of the 19th century. This American family at the crossroads of the Atlantic had an importance that was hidden behind the mists of the Atlantic..

The Edge of Justice

The Edge of Justice
Author: Robert Luis Rabello
Publsiher: robert luis rabello
Total Pages: 450
Release: 2009-09-21
Genre: Fiction
ISBN 13: 1439251886

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Three characters approach moral issues from three different perspectives..

The Edge

The Edge
Author: Rudy Josephs
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2010-12-28
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 13: 9781442414242

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A new Starfleet Academy series for teens--filled with romance and adventure! In The Competitive Edge, Kirk finds out how much of a toll the intense training classes and grueling schedule of academy life is taking on all the cadets, including himself. But some recruits seem better equipped to handle the challenges. Is there something that is giving them an edge? Kirk is determined to find out, especially since one of the cadets with a little something extra is his new girlfriend..

Riding the Edge

Riding the Edge
Author: Kevin Young
Publsiher: Chipmunkapublishing ltd
Total Pages: 82
Release: 2011-06-01
Genre:
ISBN 13: 184991480X

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DescriptionRiding the Edge is about the author's struggles through life in dealing with his bipolar disease coupled with attention deficit disorder. There is humor and sadness to the book but it is a life truly lived on the edge. About the AuthorKevin Young, born in 1963, has lived with bipolar disease all his life but was not diagnosed as such until 2009. How bipolar affected his life can be both sad and humorous. Learning to live with the disease without going over the edge is the hardest part..

The Edge of Justice

The Edge of Justice
Author: Clinton McKinzie
Publsiher: Dell
Total Pages: 448
Release: 2003-04-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN 13: 0440334128

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Combining high-altitude climbing action with sizzling courtroom drama and raw tension, The Edge of Justice is a thriller like no other. Set amid the towering beauty of Wyoming’s mountains and the gritty underbelly of crime, here is a gut-wrenching debut novel that features one of recent fiction’s most original and complex heroes: Special Agent Antonio Burns--climber, cop, brother, son, risk-taker. A climber by nature, a cop by trade, Antonio has come to Laramie to investigate a young woman’s deadly plunge. But as he digs deeper into the case, Antonio is certain he has found a murder…and a stunning connection to the trial of two men about to be executed for a crime they did not commit. With a beautiful reporter sharing his investigation, he must make a harrowing ascent: up a forbidding mountainside--to bring a killer down from the deadliest kind of high..

An Honorable War

An Honorable War
Author: Robert N. Macomber
Publsiher: Rowman & Littlefield
Total Pages: 254
Release: 2017-02-15
Genre: Fiction
ISBN 13: 1561649783

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Silver Medal Florida Book Awards Popular Fiction13th in the Honor Series of Naval>/b> Historical Fiction following the career of Capt. Peter Wake Politics, love, and war swirl around Captain Peter Wake (USN) in Havana when the USS Maine explodes on a quiet evening in February, 1898. Working with Assistant Secretary of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt in the tense pre-war days, carrying out a perilous espionage mission inside Cuba, and leading a disastrous raid on the Cuban coast, Wake is in the middle of it all. This is the first of a dynamic trilogy set during the Spanish-American War in the Caribbean, when America changes forever into a global power. Previous in seriesp.

At the Edge of the Village

At the Edge of the Village
Author: Lisa Leidenfrost
Publsiher: Canon Press & Book Service
Total Pages: 222
Release: 2004
Genre: Religion
ISBN 13: 1591280176

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Being a missionary in Ivory Coast, West Africa is not only about dangers, hard work, and culture shock, interspersed with moments of high joy and deep sorrow; it is life found in the small and daily things, the quotidian experience which renders familiar a vastly different way of life, a life at the edge of the village. This book collects Lisa Leidenfrost's sketches of missionary life, compiled from letters sent home from Ivory Coast to her church in the United States, and they tell of the ordinary and extraordinary, the solemn and the playful, the mundane and the exotic, together creating a down-to-earth portrait of the Gospel at work in a family and society. For over sixteen years, Lisa Leidenfrost has lived, served, and raised four children in Ivory Coast with her husband, Csaba Leidenfrost, a Wycliffe translator to the Bakwe people..

Love Letters From the Edge

Love Letters From the Edge
Author: Shelly Beach
Publsiher: Kregel Publications
Total Pages: 296
Release: 2014-06-01
Genre: Religion
ISBN 13: 0825443474

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Millions of women in the United States battle with after-effects of suffering so great they’ve developed post-traumatic stress disorder—the same suffering experienced by soldiers who’ve gone through war. Sexual and physical abuse, catastrophic accidents, abandonment, natural disasters, invasive medical procedures, and many other painful and overwhelming events can trigger symptoms they are little equipped to deal with and hard-pressed to recognize. Love Letters from the Edge provides a voice for those struggling to express this pain and reveals intimate encouragement for those in desperate need to hear God’s words of love and deliverance. This heartfelt devotional focuses on the profound laments in the book of Psalms. Each meditation begins with a letter from someone in the throes of despair and then offers a tender response to their pain from God’s perspective. Fresh, honest, and intimate, Love Letters from the Edge will reach readers who never expected to hear good news from where they are and point them toward the hope and healing of Christ..

Honors Rendered

Honors Rendered
Author: Robert N. Macomber
Publsiher: Rowman & Littlefield
Total Pages: 400
Release: 2013-09-15
Genre: Fiction
ISBN 13: 1561646954

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It's This eleventh in the Honor Series of Naval Historical Fiction is set in 1889. This time Peter Wake, Office of Naval Intelligence, is sent to the South Pacific to work his covert magic to avert a war with the Germans..

Walking the Edge

Walking the Edge
Author: Sue Ward Drake
Publsiher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2020-12-29
Genre: Fiction
ISBN 13: 1492697524

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On the knife edge of danger in the streets of New Orleans, these rugged men call the Big Easy home, and they'll do whatever it takes to protect their own. Ex-army ranger Mitch Guidry never should have let his brothers talk him into joining them in the Big Easy. Particularly when they have him going head-to-head with the very last thing he needs: a feisty redhead who has more opinions than even his hard-headed brothers. Loyal and overprotective to a fault, Catherine Hurley will do everything she can to stop Mitch from finding her fugitive brother... and yet, he can't get enough of her. Cath should be furious with the overbearing ex-ranger who shows up on her doorstep looking for her brother. Sure, Mitch Guidry is hotter than a Louisiana summer and pushes every one of her buttons, but he's also an immediate threat to her family, and family is everything to Cath. Unfortunately, the only way to save her brother is to stick to Mitch like glue. But sharing close quarters with him while they search for her missing brother together proves to be more than a little challenging...particularly when it comes to protecting her heart. Sue Ward Drake takes you on a wild ride through the steamy streets of New Orleans in this action-packed, sexy romantic suspense!.