Aircraft Photography: Critical Decisions No Room for Error is a collection of "on location" shooting missions and how I solved problems with unusual camera techniques. Still, movie, and video solutions in the corporate environment requires using smart ideas to accomplish your goal. Detailed solutions as simple as how to use a piece of paper and string, through modifying equipment and using reverse logic to accomplish a goal.
Do you have a much-loved dog? Are you expecting or trying for a baby? Does your dog know? Do you want to learn how to prepare your dog for the new addition? Tell Your Dog You're Pregnant offers a practical, intuitive approach for creating a loving bond between your dog and your new baby. Dr. Kirkham has packed this book full of information, helpful tips, and the latest behavioral knowledge. It is essential listening for any dog-owning family who is expecting a baby - your dog and baby's future relationship may depend on it.
Do you have a much-loved dog? Your "fur kid"? Are you expecting or trying for a baby? Does your dog know? Do you want to learn how to prepare your dog for the new addition? Tell Your Dog You're Pregnant offers a practical, intuitive approach for creating a loving bond between your dog and your new baby. Dr Kirkham has packed this audiobook full of information, helpful tips, and the latest behavioral knowledge. This audio program is a must listen for any dog-owning family who is expecting a baby - your dog's and baby's future relationship may just depend on it.
The story of the American mining frontier can be traced in the ghost towns - from the camps of California's forty-niners to the 20th-century ruins in the Nevada desert. They mark an epoch of high adventure, of quick wealth and quicker poverty, of gambling and gun-slinging and hell-raising. We who have seen too many Western movies sometimes think that the legends of the Wild West were invented by scriptwriters - but the ghost towns remain.
In Muhammad Ali, Michael Ezra considers the boxer who calls himself “The Greatest” from a new perspective. Ezra’s incisive study examines the relationships between Ali’s cultural appeal and its commercial manifestations. Citing examples of the boxer’s relationship to the Vietnam War and the Nation of Islam - which serve as barometers of his “public moral authority” - Muhammad Ali analyzes the difficulties of creating and maintaining these cultural images, as well as the impact these themes have on Ali’s meaning to the public.
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Timely and timeless. This is a soldier's story and war is war, whether it's Bull Run, Ban Me Thuot, or Fallujah. Sent to Vietnam after being drafted, Carl Melcher makes friends with both the black and white members of his company in spite of racial tensions of the times. Naive and young for his nineteen years, he learns harrowing truths about life and death when his optimism proves false.
"Well done and enlightening"
Just one successful flight booking, using these ideas, can save over 100 times the cost of this book; if you travel by air you cannot afford not to get you copy now! Emily works in a corporate travel department finding inexpensive airline tickets for travelers in her company. Finding very cheap tickets saves the company many thousands each month so Emily wrote this book as a guide for others in the department. Flight booking and finding cheap flights make for affordable purchases and can be found for all that follow strategies in this book.
Chief Inspector Hacker has seen it all in his 30 years as a detective for Interpol - but now he has a famous cold case that will try his very sole. Battle to Uncover Eagle21’s Secrets becomes a life and death struggle. Hacker’s idea of technology is stuck in the 1980s and he is unsure how to use today’s devices. His foe quickly acts with devastating results.
"Malestrom:The Downing of Eagle 21:Guardian Chron"
When a nuclear scientist learns of an arms dealer’s plans to sell medical waste to terrorists, he must thwart the deal before a dirty bomb destroys the U.S. From the time of the first atomic bomb, a fact of life was that nuclear material needed to be handled carefully and stored well. Many schemes were though up to safe guard nuclear material from terrorists but all had down sides. A method of shooting unneeded nuclear waste into the sun seemed the only way but it was too expensive so the idea of deep storage in mountains prevailed.
These four Cooper stories have previously been published individually. They have been compiled into this collection so that it may be offered in audio format at Audible.com and iTunes. The four stories in this collection are: "The Mentor", "Here Comes The Bribe", "Man With A Plan" and "A Game Of Horse".
Two previously released Cooper Mysteries plus two unrelated stories bundled into one collection. These are the stories included in this volume: "The Mother Goose Murders (Cooper)"; "Not On Your Life (Cooper)"; "Who?"; "Just What I've Always Wanted".
Matt's single again but he's not on the prowl for another woman. He's mugged on his way home from the movies, stabbed, shot and left for dead. Has Amy had enough? What will become of them as a couple? The answers are all right here in this 35th installment of Matt Cooper, Private Eye.
“The Matt Cooper Chronicles” consists of the following short stories.
Jeff could see the lettering on the side of the armored truck as it made a wide left turn on the street just ahead of his own car. He pushed down on the turn signal arm and followed, not because he wanted to, but because he happened to be going that way, too. Jeff grabbed the radio knob and twisted, looking for a clear signal. Keeping one eye on the road and the other on the dial, he turned until a song came in clear and strong.
There was nothing Fred Pickering liked better than standing on his back porch on a warm summer's evening watching the sun dip down below the horizon. Well, almost nothing. Fred loved birds. He loved everything about birds. His personal library of bird books numbered in the dozens. He had bird feeders hanging from most of the trees in his yard and he'd even given names to several of the more recognizable birds.
The bodies are piling up around Los Angeles and Matt's on the case. The victims all seem to have one thing in common - Mother Goose. Each victim has a name similar to the name in the nursery rhymes and they are finding their demise much the same as the Mother Goose characters. Can Matt stay ahead of this killer and try to figure out who his next victim will be? He has to work fast.