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Addition salée au Croisic
Author: Christophe Chaplais
Publisher: Editions Alain Bargain
ISBN: 2355503230
Pages: 335
Year: 2016-12-19
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Un gastronome réputé prête main forte aux enquêteurs pour résoudre une énigme. L'enquête piétine. Qui a assassiné, mutilé et enterré les trois cadavres découverts à Saint-Molf, petit village tranquille de Loire-Atlantique ? Seul indice tangible : la composition du dernier repas de l’une des victimes. La police fait alors appel aux papilles gustatives d’Arsène Barbaluc pour retrouver le restaurant où se serait déroulé cet ultime dîner. L’inspecteur du guide Le Gastronome Français ne ménagera ni son palais ni son estomac pour mener à bien la mission qui lui a été confiée. Entre les marais salants guérandais et le petit port du Croisic, Arsène Barbaluc apprendra à jouer la comédie pour dénouer une intrigue particulièrement... salée. Cette intrigue insolite ravira à la fois les amateurs de polars et les plus fins gourmets ! EXTRAIT — Monsieur le Ministre a donc eu l’idée d’avoir recours à l’un des inspecteurs de l’équipe de monsieur Gibon pour nous aider à retrouver le restaurant dans lequel l’une des victimes aurait pris son dernier repas. Et quand j’en ai parlé à Monsieur Gibon, il a tout de suite pensé à vous. Il m’a expliqué vos références en la matière et les capacités dont vous avez déjà fait preuve pour aider la justice de notre pays. — Il s’agirait en fait de goûter les plats de certains restaurants et de vérifier gustativement s’ils sont composés des mêmes ingrédients que ceux retrouvés dans l’estomac d’un des trois cadavres de Saint-Molf. Arsène Barbaluc grimaça, mais ne fit aucun commentaire. D’une serviette au cuir noir de belle facture, le chargé de mission sortit deux fiches cartonnées qu’il tendit à Arsène Barbaluc. Sur la première, il lut : bar, œuf, pomme de terre, courgette, roquette, lait, citron, salicorne, sel de Guérande, poivre, huile végétale, beurre, traces de menthe et de coriandre. CE QU'EN PENSE LA CRITIQUE Editions Bargain, le succès du polar breton. Ouest France À PROPOS DE L'AUTEUR Christophe Chaplais s’y connaît en recettes. 50% breton, 50% dauphinois, 100% bon vivant. Il sait comme personne, toutes papilles en action, faire d’un plat une poésie goûteuse où l’eau à la bouche appelle les meilleurs vins dans le verre. Tout cela serait vain si la gastronomie n’était que prétexte à classer les restaurants selon leurs mérites... Ce que ferait très bien un bon inspecteur du Gastronome Français ! Intrigue aux petits oignons, personnages à la sauce aigre-douce, rebondissements entre la poire et le fromage constituent la recette préférée du "chef" Chaplais qui sait surprendre le lecteur-gourmet par une intrigue qui ne manque pas de piment... A la manière des compagnons, après les portes du Vercors, la Provence et le Nord-Finistère, il poursuit son tour de France en faisant étape au Croisic pour son quatrième roman.
Master of Murder
Author: Christopher Pike
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0671690590
Pages: 198
Year: 1992
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When a series of mysteries plague his town, misfit eighteen-year-old Marvin, the wealthy author of teenage fiction under a pseudonym, begins to believe that the tales of horror he has been creating are not fiction after all.
La Belle de Carnac
Author: Gisèle Guillo
Publisher:
ISBN: 2840575558
Pages: 230
Year: 2004-06-09
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Un enfant est enlevé en plein Paris. Sa mère disparaît à son tour. L'affaire fleure bon le scandale politique. Mais attention, une affaire peut en cacher une autre. Pour Vincent, chargé d'obtenir une interview à sensation, un jeu de piste commence qui va de la vieille ville de Genève à la baie de Carnac et ses célèbres menhirs. La poursuite est jalonnée de découvertes étranges, de dangers aussi, lorsque le traqueur se rend compte qu'il est lui-même traqué.
Crime and Punishment in Ancient China
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Publisher:
ISBN: 9745241539
Pages: 216
Year: 2018-02
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Translation of an ancient Chinese manual on juriprudence, including details of many trials and judgments for crimes both high and petty.
Kashmir in Conflict
Author: Victoria Schofield
Publisher: I.B.Tauris
ISBN: 0857730789
Pages: 336
Year: 2010-05-30
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After 20 years of insurgency, Kashmir continues to be a major flashpoint and decisive factorin destabilising regional relations. Resolving the dispute over the state of Jammu andKashmir is crucial to achieving peace and stability, without which the US Af-Pak strategy isunlikely to succeed. With international eyes focused on South Asia, understanding what is atstake in Kashmir has never been more important. For decades, the dispute over the valley of Kashmir, famed for its beauty and tranquility, has determined much of Pakistan's and India'sforeign policy. With the state, located between two nuclear armed states and India blaming Pakistani militants for the 2008 terrorist attacks on Mumbai, the potential widerimplications of the conflict are higher than ever on the international agenda. Kashmir in Conflict offers a highly readable, carefully documented account of the origins,development and implications of this contentious issue. Beginning with the early history ofthe independent kingdom of Kashmir, Victoria Schofield traces the origins of the modernstate in the nineteenth century, including the controversial ‘sale’ by the British ofpredominantly Muslim Kashmir to a Hindu ruler. She examines the implications for thepeople when in 1947 the Maharaja chose secular, yet majority Hindu, India over Muslim Pakistan and shows why the neighbouring countries continue to argue over the status ofJammu and Kashmir which, according to recommendations passed by the UN, was to bedetermined by the will of the people. Drawing upon research in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India, Pakistan, and a range ofhistorical sources, Schofield analyses critically the actions of the key players who, throughoutits history, have contributed to the current militarisation of the valley. And with the help ofnumerous interviews she takes into account the hopes and fears of all the interested parties – Pakistan, India and the people of Jammu and Kashmir who are themselves divided, not onlyby their linguistic and cultural traditions, but also in their objectives.
Letters to the Next President
Author: Richard G. Lugar
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1420807382
Pages: 308
Year: 2004-10
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'Reality Redefined' is a collection of 15 short stories with plots ranging from the seemingly mundane to characterizations of creatures from alternate dimensions and distant planets. The various characters become entangled in situations involving angels, demons, a masterful illusionist, a shape-changing seductress, the spirit of a murdered child, etc. The action moves from an observation of street people panhandling in the Atlantic City bus terminal, to a space explorer permanently marooned on a hostile planet, to a man challenged by a minion of Satan to trade his life for that of his daughter, etc., all without missing a beat. For any person who is a fan of science fiction, fantasy, and the paranormal, this is without a doubt a must-read book.
European Aeronautics
Author: Javier Alfonso-Gil
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540356479
Pages: 278
Year: 2006-12-31
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The book covers both the analysis of the major producer of civil aircraft (EADS/Airbus) located in the region and its relation with the cluster of enterprises within those regions. It studies the organization of production, the creation of knowledge within the industry, the concentration and competition among the two global producers, the overall financial situation of the sector, the specialization and specification of the different territories.
Lord of Raven's Peak
Author: Catherine Coulter
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 110121418X
Pages: 400
Year: 1994-04-01
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Merrik Haraldsson, the younger brother of Rorik, the Lord of Hawkfell Island, embarks on a journey that begins in Kiev where he comes away with two slaves--Laren and her younger brother. Laren wants to tell stories to earn enough silver and gold to buy her and her little brother from Merik, only he refuses to sell her. And now that she's his, he must protect her when she's accused of murder, then save her yet again when he discovers her secrets.
Murder in A-Major
Author: Morley Torgov
Publisher: Dundurn
ISBN: 1459719190
Pages: 248
Year: 2008-05-01
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Schumann and Brahms are the stars of Torgovs first Hermann Preiss mystery. Musical egos clash and murder ensues in mid-19th century Germany.
The Making of Geology
Author: Roy Porter
Publisher:
ISBN: 0521215218
Pages: 288
Year: 1977
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Between the mid-seventeenth century and the early nineteenth century there developed in Britain a range of empirical and increasingly secular sciences concerned with the earth. This book presents the first detailed account of how this development led to the creation of a complex socio-intellectual fabric of methods, ambitions, facts and ideas which took on the nature of a distinctive, self-sustaining discipline: 'geology'. During this period the criteria for a proper science of the earth were continually reassessed and the earth as an object of science was radically reinterpreted. In his account of this transformation, Dr Porter treats science as an integral but distinct part of the spectrum of man's intellectual and social activities. His account thus illuminates the nature of science and scientific knowledge as a dynamic intellectual, social and cultural enterprise. The book will be of interest not only to historians and philosophers of science but also to social historians and geologists.
Geological Essays, by Richard Kirwan,...
Author: Richard Kirwan
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ISBN:
Pages: 502
Year: 1799
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Wake In Fright: Text Classics
Author: Kenneth Cook, Peter Temple
Publisher: Text Publishing
ISBN: 1921921781
Pages: 224
Year: 2012-04-26
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Wake in Fright tells the tale of John Grant's journey into an alcoholic, sexual and spiritual nightmare. It is the original and the greatest outback horror story. Bundanyabba and its citizens will forever haunt its readers. This edition includes an introduction by Peter Temple and an afterword by David Stratton. Wake in Fright was made into a film in 1971, arguably the greatest film ever made in Australia. It starred Donald Pleasence, Chips Rafferty, and Jack Thompson in his first screen role. Lost for many years, the restored film was re-released to acclaim in 2009. Kenneth Cook was born in Sydney in 1929. Wake in Fright was published in 1961 to high praise in New York and London, and launched Cook's writing career. Cook wrote twenty-one books in all, along with screenplays and scripts for radio and TV. Peter Temple is one of Australia's finest writers. His novel Truth won the 2010 Miles Franklin Award and the Victorian Premier's Literary Award. Temple has written nine novels and has been published in more than twenty countries. David Stratton is co-presenter of At the Movies on ABC television and film critic for the Australian. He has also served as a President of the International Critics Jury for the Cannes and Venice Film Festivals, written three books and is currently lecturing in Film History at the University of Sydney. textclassics.com.au 'It might be fifty years since the novel appeared yet it retains its freshness, its narrative still compels, and its bleak vision still disquiets...Cook can make us feel the heat, see the endless horizon, hear the sad singing on a little train as it traverses the monotonous plain.' Peter Temple, from the Introduction 'Wake in Fright deserves its status as a modern classic. Cook's prose is masterful and the story is gripping from the first page to the last.' M. J. Hyland 'A classic novel which became a classic film. The Outback without the sentimental bulldust. Australia without the sugar coating.' Robert Drewe 'Wake in Fright is a classic of the ugly side of Menzies' Australia, its brutality, its drunkenness, its anxiety to crush all sensibility. All of this is harrowingly reacorded - the destruction of a young soul fresh to Australia - in Kenneth Cook's remarkable novel.' Thomas Keneally 'A true dark classic of Australian literature.' J. M. Coetzee '...a kind of outback Lord of the Flies...Written entirely from Grant's point of view, the prose is at first straightforward, the landscape and its people evoked simply and vividly. But later, as Grant descends into his own personal hell and finally to the depths of despair, the writing takes on the quality of a delirious dream. The concluding narrative twists will rock both Grant (and the reader) back on their heels.' Crime Time UK
Physician Burnout
Author: Tom Murphy
Publisher:
ISBN: 1612061036
Pages: 192
Year: 2015-05-20
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Given the current state of the American healthcare system, physician burnout is an almost inevitable response. It doesn't have to be that way. Eighteen years after his enthusiastic first day in medical school, Dr. Tom Murphy was a burned-out physician disillusioned enough to leave clinical medicine at the age of 43. His crisis is not unique. Burnout among physicians has reached epidemic proportions. Worse, it can begin as early as medical school. Burnout is not some psychological abnormality to be embarrassed to mention in public quite the contrary. Research in the past five years shows 87% of American physicians experience symptoms of burnout. Burnout is not limited to the medical profession. Several high-stress public service occupations have high rates of burnout, including law enforcement, education, and healthcare but physicians suffer a much higher rate compared to other working adults. In Physician Burnout: A Guide to Recognition and Recovery, Dr. Murphy shares research and his experiences on what causes physician burnout, and what it takes to recover. He explains how changing critical aspects of the modern healthcare workplace at the individual clinic and the institutional level can ease the burnout crisis. The benefits of these changes may go far beyond the initial goals they can result in happier doctors, staff, and patients and higher quality healthcare. Each person will have unique issues to resolve and different solutions. You can learn how to recognize early signs of burnout and how medical schools and hospital systems can initiate the cultural paradigm shift needed to change the course of the burnout epidemic facing the healthcare industry.
1633
Author: David Weber, Eric Flint
Publisher: Baen Publishing Enterprises
ISBN: 161824342X
Pages: 688
Year: 2002-08-01
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AMERICAN FREEDOM AND JUSTICE VS. THE TYRANNIES OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY The new government in central Europe, called the Confederated Principalities of Europe, was formed by an alliance between Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, and the West Virginians led by Mike Stearns who were transplanted into 17th-century Germany by a mysterious cosmic accident. The new regime is shaky. Outside its borders, the Thirty Years War continues to rage. Within, it is beset by financial crisis as well as the political and social tensions between the democratic ideals of the 20th-century Americans and the aristocracy which continues to rule the roost in the CPE as everywhere in Europe. Worst of all, the CPE has aroused the implacable hostility of Cardinal Richelieu, the effective ruler of France. Richelieu has created the League of Ostend in order to strike at the weakest link in the CPE's armor¾its dependence on the Baltic as the lifeline between Gustav Adolf's Sweden and the rest of his realm. The greatest naval war in European history is about to erupt. Like it or not, Gustavus Adolphus will have to rely on Mike Stearns and the technical wizardry of his obstreperous Americans to save the King of Sweden from ruin. Caught in the conflagration are two American diplomatic missions abroaRebecca Stearns' mission to France and Holland, and the embassy which Mike Stearns sent to King Charles of England headed by his sister Rita and Melissa Mailey. Rebecca finds herself trapped in war-torn Amsterdam; Rita and Melissa, imprisoned in the Tower of London. And much as Mike wants to transport 20th-century values into war-torn 17th-century Europe by Sweet Reason, still he finds comfort in the fact that Julie, who once trained to be an Olympic marksman, still has her rifle . . . At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management).
The enchafed flood; or the romantic iconography of the sea
Author: Wystan Hugh Auden
Publisher:
ISBN: 0394703987
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Year: 1967
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