Garfield Homecoming 2

Author: Jim Davis
Publisher: Boom! Studios
ISBN: 1641442859
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On the next stop in his cross-country travels, Garfield meets a young bearded hipster who lives in a tiny house and works in an Italian restaurant. Writer Scott Nickel is joined by guest-artists Shelli Paroline and Braden Lamb (Adventure Time).

Patricia Briggs Mercy Thompson Homecoming 2

Author: Patricia Briggs
Publisher: Dynamite
ISBN:
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Patricia Briggs' trilogy of adventures of coyote shapeshifter Mercy Thompson, in Moon Called, Blood Bound, and Iron Kissed, topped the New York Times bestseller list. Now, Mercy's first comic adventure continues in this all-new story created by the author! Trapped in the middle of a dangerous war between rival packs of werewolves, Mercy is warned to leave town. But Mercy doesn't take orders and she's not going anywhere, no matter what!

A Sort Of Homecoming 2

Author: Damon Hurd
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781891867606
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From the Eisner-nominated creators of My Uncle Jeff, comes a new serialized graphic novel, A Sort of Homecoming. This is a story about friendship and brotherhood, and a bond that even death can't break. A Sort of Homecoming is the second entry in a series of graphic novels by Damon Hurd, with an overarching title, beta.After visiting David¿s longtime girlfriend Shannon in New York City, Owen travels to his childhood home in upstate New York and recalls his reunion with David after a long and difficult falling out in their friendship.24 page black and white comic with color covers

Hollington Homecoming Volume Two

Author: Pamela Yaye
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1460318196
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Ten years. Eight grads. One weekend. The homecoming of a lifetime. Enjoy the concluding stories in the Hollington Homecoming series, where old friends reunite…and new passions take flight…. PASSION OVERTIME, Pamela Yaye The last thing Kyra Dixon needs is an unwelcomed blast from the past. But the PR rep has been given the job of helping sign sexy pro-football star Terrence Franklin as Hollington's new head coach. Kyra knows Terrence…intimately. They were once engaged—until he dumped her to chase dreams. Now he's back in her life and as irresistible as ever. Terrence is finally ready to settle down. Only one woman fits his fantasies of bliss, but Kyra may not be ready to forgive and forget. All Terrence wants is a second chance to convince Kyra that as long as they're together, neither of them will ever lose. TENDER TO HIS TOUCH, Adrianne Byrd Beverly Turner is pulling out all the stops for her reunion. The trendy designer's first order of business is to let loose and have some fun. And her wish just might come true when she meets Lucius Gray. The hunky, high-powered attorney is looking for the same thing she is: a sexy fling with no strings. Lucius needs a time-out from his workaholic life, and the sensual designer more than fits the bill. Like Beverly, he has once been burned by love. If she'll let him, he'll give her the happy ending she deserves and prove to this unforgettable woman that there is life—and love—after college….

Basics Of Qualitative Research

Author: Juliet Corbin
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1483315681
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Offering immensely practical advice, Basics of Qualitative Research, Fourth Edition presents methods that enable researchers to analyze, interpret, and make sense of their data, and ultimately build theory from it. Authors Juliet Corbin and Anselm Strauss (late of the University of San Francisco and co-creator of grounded theory) walk readers step-by-step through the research process—from the formation of the research question through several approaches to coding, analysis, and reporting. Packed with definitions and illustrative examples, this highly accessible book concludes with chapters that present criteria for evaluating a study, as well as responses to common questions posed by students of qualitative research. New end-of-chapter “Insider Insights” contributed by qualitative researchers give readers a sense of what it’s like to work in the field. Significantly revised, this Fourth Edition remains a landmark volume in the study of qualitative methods.

Patricia Briggs Mercy Thompson Homecoming 1

Author: Mercy Thompson
Publisher: Dynamite
ISBN:
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This prequel to the best-selling novels finds Mercy Thompson, shapeshifter coyote, recent graduate with a degree in history visiting the Tri-Cities to apply for a job as high-school history teacher to be disappointed that the school is more interested in a new PE coach. So she applies for an unorthodox job: she'll be Mercedes, the lady VW mechanic. In this issue she meets Adam Hauptman and Stefan the Vampire as well as Zee and his son Tad for the first time ever.

Homecoming

Author: Julie R. Wilson
Publisher: FaithWalk Publishing
ISBN: 9780972419611
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At first reading, most Christians might dismiss the Book of Ruth as a simple story of romance and redemption, an Old Testament tale with no bearing on their lives. But in Julie Wilson's inspired retelling, it becomes so much more. She uses numerous New Testament Scriptures to show how the relationship of Naomi and Ruth is an allegory for how mature believers can disciple new believers, and how the marriage of Ruth and Boaz foreshadows the relationship of Jesus with the Body of Christ. Homecoming also demonstrates how the book of Ruth can help believers to regain spiritual footing after serious setbacks, thereby serving as a healing balm for all who have been wounded by terrorism, personal tragedy, or scandals within the Church. In twelve chapters, each followed by Scripture study and reflection prompts, this fascinating and multi-layered book challenges readers to discern where they are in their relationship with the Lord, and how to proceed to spiritual maturity. Homecoming is for experienced students of the Bible as well as anyone who has ever said, "I just don't get the Old Testament." After reading Homecoming, you'll get it like never before. Book jacket.

Homecoming

Author: Sue Ellen Frye
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1436324572
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You are invited to Homecoming at Bethel Baptist Church in Shadyside, NC. The service promises an inspiring sermon and unexpected comedy. Get ready to enjoy a covered dish meal and to learn some of the cooks' recipes. After Homecoming, meet Estelle who sees a Naked Man in a distant yard. Next observe a beekeeper and his wife who care for The Last Swarm and spend a morning with Constance who insists on perfection in Still Life. Finally travel with two retirees who downsize and learn when to let go in Granny's Bowling Ball. EXCERPT FROM Homecoming Loretta Wiseman moved the coconut cake one more time. It took up almost a whole shelf in the refrigerator. Thank goodness tomorrow is Homecoming Sunday, she thought. I won't have to shift the milk carton and tea pitcher around this Tupperware cake holder anymore. Folks at Bethel Baptist looked forward to Loretta's coconut cake on Homecoming Sunday. Tuesday night she had mixed the shredded coconut, sugar, and sour cream. On Wednesday she made the cake layers and stacked them with the coconut filling. Then, it was a four-day wait. Keeping her husband Luke away from the cake was almost as much trouble as making room for it in the refrigerator. Loretta pulled a package of Mom & Pop's country ham from behind the Tupperware cake cover. She balanced it on a carton of eggs in her right hand and closed the refrigerator. Loretta had worked at The Posy Patch until noon. Saturday was usually her day off, but there was a big funeral at the Presbyterian Church tomorrow. She had spent the morning making the casket spray of red roses and baby's breath. It was one of the biggest ones she had ever done. Loretta filled a pot with water and placed it on the large rear burner of her aging electric stove. She punched the high button. The eggs could boil while the ham was frying. Tomorrow morning she would get up early to devil the eggs, bake biscuits for the ham, and cook two packages of limas she had frozen back in July. Mandy, her daughter, would be coming tomorrow morning with her fruit salad. Mandy lived in Winston-Salem with her boyfriend Richard. Loretta and Luke liked Richard, a Wake Forest Law School graduate, but they did not approve of Mandy living with him. Four years ago when Mandy told her parents she was moving into Richard's new house, Loretta and Luke had raised a fuss. It was worse than when Mandy decided to transfer from a small Baptist college to the University in Chapel Hill. That university was where she picked up so many of her liberal ideas. Mandy came home telling Loretta and Luke which wine to drink with chicken, pork, or beef. Iced tea or strong coffee had always been good enough for them. She talked about abortion rights, women's rights, and gay rights. Luke and Loretta thought she sounded like a leftist. Their daughter did have a good paying job thanks to the interview her college arranged with a bank. Until she landed that position, Mandy had vowed she would go to New York City to find a job. Loretta and Luke were thankful their only child did not end up in the North. Winston-Salem was only an hour and a half away. Mandy had not spent a night under her parent's roof in four years. Luke had made it clear to his daughter she would not share a bed in his house with a man who was not her husband. "You're twenty-three. Why don't you get married?" he had asked her. "We're not ready. We want to make sure this'll work." Mandy had explained. As Loretta fried ham for her biscuits, she thought of her daughter's words. She was past being angry and hurt with Mandy. But she really didn't understand today's young people. Seemed like they were not "ready" to face the real world. The phone rang and interrupted her thoughts. She glanced at the stove clock and saw its hands at 5:30. Luke's calling to find out what's for supper, thought Loretta. Her hands ached. He'd have to be happy with a BLT tonight. He could save his appetite for Homecoming. "Hello," Loretta said as sh

Homecoming Heroes

Author: Peter Reese
Publisher: Pen and Sword
ISBN: 1473815312
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It is a sad and shaming but indisputable fact that the reception according to British soldiers on returning to civilian life has for centuries been little short of disgraceful, and even in this more enlightened age compares unfavourably with that of many other countries. In Homecoming Heroes Peter Reese ex-amines the lot of British veteran (often still quite a young man) on leaving the Armed Forces and assesses the chances of finding suitable employment after his discharge. His survey covers a wide canvas, going back to the earliest days of the British Army and reveals a sorry tale in which neglect was often the only alternative to downright hostility. It is not a story to swell the British breast with pride. The efforts of Charles II, founder of Chelsea Royal Hospital, and later those of the benevolent Marquis of Granby notwithstanding, it was not until the later part of the 19th century that an awakening of social conscience stirred certain philanthropic individuals into action. Ironically Government reaction was not to the veterans advantage: 'If the matter is now in private hands' they argues, 'why should we interfere?' Mass conscription in two world wars has helped considerable to help break down this uncaring viewpoint, but much, as Peter Reese forcefully points out, remains to be done. Let us hope that this timely book will help ameliorate the lot of those about to be cast upon a shrinking job market as a result of the recently announced defence cuts.