"As his first case after graduating from an east coast law school, Andrew Coyle travels west to defend a rancher accused of murdering a miner. Public opinion and all the circumstantial evidence are against the accused and his tenderfoot lawyer. Coyle determines that he must find the real killer in order to prove his client's innocence. But the task proves daunting and he is shot at on two different occasions, nearly burnt up in a cabin fire, and beat up in a barroom brawl. Along the way, Coyle meets the haberdasher's daughter, and a rocky romance ensues. Sensing that he is losing the case in the courtroom, Coyle turns to a desperate inspiration that is his only chance using technology that is new in the 1890s. Will his scheme be enough to save his client from hanging?"--Page  of cover.
Takes an American standard dish and turns it into something chic and fresh by offering recipes for mac and cheese that incorporate handcrafted artisan cheeses and pastas and by adding surprise ingredients like avocado, fennel, and mint.
Tanzania has grown to be one of the top safari destinations in Africa. In this new edition of Northern Tanzania Africa expert, Philip Briggs, focuses solely on the northern region and Zanzibar, rather than the whole country. The guide includes extensive updates on the best accommodation in every price bracket and reflects the trend towards small exclusive eco-friendly camps in remote parts of the Serengeti and other reserves. There are new chapters on the North Coast and Usambara Mountains and in-depth coverage of Tanzania's wildlife. Philip Briggs keeps readers up-to-date with the controversial proposal for a highway through the Serengeti.
Begins with a thorough overview of the spirit and method of MI (motivational interiviewing). Sections on each of the four processes offer step-by-step guidance for establishing a strong working relationship, developing a clear focus and direction, evoking and strengthening the client's motivation for change, and formulating a concrete plan of action.
A conspiracy of evil reaches from the Arctic Circle to Tierra del Fuego, involving a violent rise of fundamentalism in Mexico and Egypt that has the U.S. captive in its own borders. Dirk Pitt is determined to find the ancient books from the library of Alexandria.
Each project comes with clear step-by-step instructions and beautiful illustrations, as well as a useful techniques section at the back, so first-time crafters will have no trouble making any of the projects, while more experienced stitchers will find plenty of inspiration and ideas.
Offers one hundred recipes for unusual and innovative Italian pasta dishes, covering appetizers, soups, main dishes, and desserts.
A motivational guide to the strategic application of therapeutic exercise for medicinal benefits that provides an A-to-Z list of maladies and specific exercise prescriptions for each, outlining customizable workouts and a complementary doctor-approved eating plan for weight loss.
Shares recipes for comfort foods that can be readily prepared with a slow cooker, equipping busy home cooks with strategies for preparing such convenient options as sweet and savory brisket, ham tetrazzini, and no-fuss potato soup.
Waldron uses long-buried files and exclusive information not available to congressional investigators to explain how godfathers Santo Trafficante and Carlos Marcello committed--and got away with--the crime of the 20th century.
Presents major news stories ignored or underreported by the mainstream media in 2012-2013, covering such topics as global warming, hunger in America, GMO's, whistle blowers, human rights, hate groups, fracking, nuclear weapons, and income inequality.
Presents a collection of short stories, essays, and poems from throughout the year, culled from small presses and literary journals.
Andrea Jones focuses on the familiar details of country life balanced by the larger responsibilities that come with living outside an urban boundary. Jones reflects on life in two homes in the Colorado Rockies, first in Fourmile Canyon in the foothills west of Boulder, then near Cap Rock Ridge in central Colorado. Whether negotiating territory with a mountain lion, balancing her observations of the predatory nature of pygmy owls against her desire to protect a nest of nuthatches, working to reduce her property's vulnerability to wildfire while staying alert to its inherent risks during fire season, or decoding the distinct personalities of her horses, she acknowleges the effects of sprawl on a beloved landscape.--from publisher's description.
Provides a guide for parents that recommends an alternative approach that encourages respect for the self and others, in a reference that explains how to foster such values in children as thankfulness and unselfishness
Features recipes along with detailed guides on species and breeds, selecting a duck in the market, plucking and hanging a wild bird.
Presents the author's experiences during the two years he traveled the migrant trail from Central America to the United States.