Debris Line

Author: Matthew Fitzsimmons
Publisher: Thomas & Mercer
ISBN: 9781503901124
Size: 51.72 MB
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The stakes are higher than ever as the Wall Street Journal bestselling series continues. Lying low on the sun-kissed coast of Portugal is a far cry from twenty-four-hour lockdown in a CIA black-site prison. But even in paradise, Gibson Vaughn is a long way from being home free. With the feds hot on his heels, he and his crew of fellow fugitives know they can't hide in a sunny beach town forever. And before they go on the run again, their generous host--a wealthy drug smuggler--expects to be paid for his hospitality. And paid double. His price? A nearly impossible operation that Gibson and his gang must pull off to retrieve a king's ransom in hijacked narcotics. Even if they make it out alive, they'll have to face the wrath of a ruthless Mexican cartel that plays dirty...and is used to winning. But when Gibson discovers there's far more than drugs at stake, the heist becomes a daring mission of rescue and mercy--and righteous vengeance.

Recycle Reduce Reuse Rethink

Author: Kate Walker
Publisher: Macmillan Education AU
ISBN: 9781420261028
Size: 58.22 MB
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Developed countries have become known as throw-away societies. Governments, industries, communities and individuals around the world are finding different ways to solve the problems of how to conserve resources, reduce manufacturing pollution and waste, and protect the environment. Suitable for lower secondary, this volume consists of 6 titles, bound together in one bumper volume for a low price. It is a great introduction to these issues, generating thought and discussion.ContentsGlas

Leddy Pepper S Conceptual Bases Of Professional Nursing

Author: Lucy Hood
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 1469831910
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Easy to read and highly practical, Leddy & Pepper’s Conceptual Bases of Professional Nursing, 8th Edition provides a broad overview of the nursing profession, addressing philosophical, developmental, sociocultural, environmental, political, health care delivery, and leadership issues vital for career enhancement. The author covers professional nursing roles and client care issues, stimulate nurses to learn more about presented content, and present strategies to deal with the emotional and ethical dimensions of professional practice. Updated to reflect the latest advances in the field, the Eighth Edition now includes real life clinical scenarios and introduces students to the complex environment of nursing practice today through Hood’s Professional Nurse Contributions Model, which synthesizes the affective, cognitive, behavioral, and psychomotor domains of professional practice. Also new is a unique online Interactive Literature Assessment Tool that gets students thinking critically about the relationship between issues discussed in current journal articles and their future nursing careers. This edition also offers an expanded student resource program, which is customizable to the student’s level of practice expertise.