He was a child without a past, a Corellian street urchin, abandoned, foraging for scraps of food, when the cruel Garris Shrike whisked him away to join a nomadic band of space-faring criminals. Now, years later, chafing under Shrike's sadistic tyranny, driven by dreams of adventure and glory, Han fights his way free. His goal: to become an Imperial Navy pilot. But first he needs hands-on experience flying spacecraft, and for that he takes a job on the planet Ylesia.
"Prefect for the whole family on a long car ride!"
In Finally Free best-selling author Robert Morris invites us into a glorious truth - that the promise of being set free from the slavery of sin is a promise to be set free completely. Although evil is real and Christians can be oppressed by it, we have the promise that the one who is in us is greater than the one who is in the world (1 John 4:4). Jesus saves us, trains us to resist the power of evil, and delivers us from anything that holds us back. With Jesus we can be finally free forever.
Accused of killing their daughter, the Barbers have been on the run from public opinion for two years. But the Barbers are fighting back. And if their high profile campaign to clear their name and get their baby back has made them rich that was never their intention. Meanwhile a failed prosecution hasn't dampened the media's hunger for revelations. Their investigators are on the job, moving towards an exposure that will spotlight the Barbers as the killers they are.
This audiobook will teach you the techniques to not just survive, but to use ingenuity and household items to solve your problems scientifically with a bit of primitive know-how thrown in. A complete and detailed section covers thoroughly the topic of survival trapping using modern snares, deadfalls, conibear traps, and primitive snares.
"Manhunt Snares New York City Bomb Suspect" is from the September 19, 2016 U.S. section of The Wall Street Journal. It was written by Pervaiz Shallwani and Devlin Barrett and narrated by Alexander Quincy.
Proof that nothing is free (there's usually a catch): Learn about the Alabama sting operation disguised as a football ticket giveaway, on this episode of Now I Know. In the state of Alabama, one of the year’s more important events – the Iron Bowl, a college football game pitting in-state rivals Auburn University and the University of Alabama against each other – is traditionally held the day after Thanksgiving.
Christian Dejoux, a 14-year-old boy living in Strasborg, France in 1890 loses his father. His mother sends the boy to Paris. War breaks out between France and Prussia, with Paris surrounded. The impressionist painter Manet employs Christian to pose for his famous painting The Fifer, and rewards him with the uniform. Penniless, his best friend and father deceased, Christian enlist in the French army.
Sydney Larsen. For the last half hour, she'd been strongly on his mind. The woman was a bundle of trouble, and Quaid knew it...Sydney might have made some bad decisions over the years, but one thing Quaid knew for sure—she wasn't the brains of this operation. Sydney Larsen's secret has been discovered—she's part of an embezzlement scheme in Louisville with accountant Vince Edgar and a third unnamed partner. Quaid Williams is the detective on the case who takes an unusual approach.
A bullet clipped Dirk's hat off. Another stung his hand. After four years in prison, Dirk Hood returns to the hate-filled battle zone of Caprock - where two gangs of ranchers and their hired guns still fight for the water from a dying river. Can either side win this war, or will someone else?
The renowned mystery writer Miss Melinda Pink arrives at the small Highland crofting village of Sgoradale determined to finish her latest book. But she soon discovers some sinister undercurrents. Local handyman Ivar Campbell regularly implies that he may be involved in espionage and intelligence work. Most of the villagers ignore this as lies and idle boasting, until Ivar's wife leaves him, and his cottage is set on fire.