Resurrection Bay

Author: Wayne McDaniel
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738741604
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From Edgar Award-winning author Steven Womack and Wayne McDaniel comes a force of evil on par with Hannibal Lector in a heart-pounding page-turner you can't put down. Decatur Kaiser seems like an ordinary family man with a passion for hunting and a wall full of trophies to prove it. Every June, Decatur sends his wife and kids to visit the grandparents so he can start his summer project. Fueled by cocaine and a complete disregard for human life, Decatur kidnaps a young woman and flies to a deserted island in the middle of Resurrection Bay. There he abuses and tortures her, then turns his victim loose and hunts her like big game through the Alaskan wilderness. Summer after summer, Decatur collects his trophies. Inspired by the real-life story of Alaska's most famous serial killer, Resurrection Bay is a classic study of evil: where it comes from, how it operates, and what it takes to bring it down. Praise: "Fast-paced, exciting, and ever so gruesome, count Resurrection Bay at the top of your summer reading list, and Wayne McDaniel and Steven Womack as two authors to watch." —SUSPENSE MAGAZINE

Resurrection Bay

Author: David Stallings
Publisher: Evening Street Press
ISBN: 1937347052
Size: 79.25 MB
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Resurrection Bay

Author: Emma Viskic
Publisher: Echo Publishing
ISBN: 9781760406943
Size: 80.23 MB
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Caleb Zelic, profoundly deaf since early childhood, has always lived on the outside - watching, picking up tell-tale signs people hide in a smile, a cough, a kiss. When a childhood friend is murdered, a sense of guilt and a determination to prove his own innocence sends Caleb on a hunt for the killer. But he can't do it alone. Caleb and his troubled friend Frankie, an ex-cop, start with one clue: Scott, the last word the murder victim texted to Caleb. But Scott is always one step ahead.This gripping, original and fast-paced crime thriller is set between a big city and a small coastal town, Resurrection Bay, where Caleb is forced to confront painful memories. Caleb is a memorable protagonist who refuses to let his deafness limit his opportunities, or his participation in the investigation. But does his persistence border on stubbornness? And at what cost? As he delves deeper into the investigation Caleb uncovers unwelcome truths about his murdered friend - and himself.

Resurrection Bay

Author: Neal Shusterman
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062295160
Size: 61.31 MB
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From New York Times bestselling author Neal Shusterman comes a thrilling, spine-tingling 32-page original short story that's perfect for fans of Unwind and UnWholly. Bones. They know the call of the ice. Anika knows the call of the ice, too. Living in an isolated port town in Alaska with her father and younger brother, Anika is practically steps away from the Harding Icefield, and Exit Glacier has always been her favorite place.But after a couple tragically dies there, Exit Glacier seems to come alive and begins moving toward the town with unnatural speed. Anika feels deep in her bones that the ice wants something. . . . After the glacier finally stops in the town's cemetery, Anika and her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Rav, face a sinister truth: The soul of the glacier is looking for bodies to inhabit . . . and where better to find them than the graveyard? This fast-paced, eerie short story is a deft blend of suspense and horror that will leave readers breathless . . . and chilled to the bone. Epic Reads Impulse is a digital imprint with new releases each month.

Ein Angesehener Mann

Author: Abir Mukherjee
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
ISBN: 364120108X
Size: 64.73 MB
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Ausgezeichnet mit dem Endeavour Historical Dagger für den besten historischen Kriminalroman des Jahres Kalkutta 1919 – die Luft steht in den Straßen einer Stadt, die im Chaos der Kolonialisierung zu versinken droht. Die Bevölkerung ist zerrissen zwischen alten Traditionen und der neuen Ordnung der britischen Besatzung. Aus dem Ersten Weltkrieg zurückgekehrt, findet sich Captain Sam Wyndham als Ermittler in diesem Moloch aus tropischer Hitze, Schlamm und bröckelnden Kolonialbauten wieder. Doch er hat kaum Gelegenheit, sich an seine neue Umgebung zu gewöhnen. Denn ein Mordfall hält die ganze Stadt in Atem. Seine Nachforschungen führen ihn in die opiumgetränkte Unterwelt Kalkuttas – und immer wieder an den Rand des Gesetzes.

Alaska For Dummies

Author: Charles P. Wohlforth
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0471945552
Size: 67.19 MB
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A collection of lively, user-friendly travel guides provides accurate, up-to-date information and expert, opinionated advice on a wide range of travel destinations, landmarks, accommodations, and eateries, furnishing convenient full-color maps, quick-reference pointers, worksheets and checklists, and icons indicating child-friendly facts, travel tips and warnings, special bargains, and more.

Deep Water Renewals In Resurrection Bay Alaska

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Resurrection Bay, a fjord estuary on the south-central Alaskan coastline is approximately 30 km in length and 4.5 km in width. An inner basin (290 m) is separated from the outer fjord and the continental shelf of the Gulf of Alaska by a sill at 185 m. Hydrographic data were obtained from five stations along the length of the fjord at approximately monthly intervals during 1973 to 1975. During 1973 current meters were installed in the inner basin at depths of 46, 93, 185, and 286 m during March to May, and again during September to October. Two stations were selected to represent oceanographic conditions in the inner fjord (Res-2.5) and adjacent marine source waters (Res-4). Data discussed relate to these two stations.

The Rabbi Of Resurrection Bay

Author: Seth B. Goldsmith
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781515094340
Size: 73.82 MB
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The well-planned life of forty-three-year-old Marc Cohn, MD, a wealthy, egocentric, and talented South Florida plastic surgeon, is upended when his wife tragically dies and he is suddenly left responsible for Max, his angry and depressed fourteen-year-old son. A ten-day trip to Alaska for the bat-mitzvah of his twin nieces becomes the setting for life-changing experiences for Max, who emerges from his problems by working with Iditarod sled dogs; and for Marc who, in this dramatic setting, begins reengaging with his Judaism and examining aspects of his life that have been dormant for decades. The human catalyst for much of what happens is Rabbi Chani Kahn, a young, beautiful, and talented widow (and pilot) who is building a vibrant Jewish community in Resurrection Bay. The mutual attraction between Chani and Marc is powerful, but must transcend many of her strongly held beliefs and family skeletons. In the course of this book Marc makes significant personal and professional decisions that have a profound impact on people in Florida, Alaska, Israel, and Africa. This novel, showcasing the importance of healing and love, is an intriguing blend of history, theology, and romance and its relationship to loss, redemption, reconciliation, and spirituality.