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The Covenant of New Orleans by Julie Morgan

Title The Covenant of New Orleans
Author Julie Morgan
Publisher
Release 2021-01-19
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Total Pages 824
ISBN 9781773572406
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Why choose one house of vampires when you can have them all... The Covenant of New Orleans vampires are not only some of the richest supernaturals in the world, they are willing to pay any price for their sustenance, their blood demons...their fated mates. The house of Jared, house of Cristophano, and house of William invite you to tantalize your taste buds on a collection of three different reverse harem tales filled with the trials and tribulations of learning true sacrifice, finding one's self, and the real meaning of loving with all your heart...and soul. Delve into this fantasy world, escape into the unknown, and find your next book boyfriends to leave you breathless and longing for more.

The Covenant by Jeff Gulvin

Title The Covenant
Author Jeff Gulvin
Publisher Open Road Media
Release 2013-05-14
Category Fiction
Total Pages 579
ISBN 1480418374
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Scotland Yard Detective and FBI Agent trace a link between an alt-right militia and the CIA’s hunt for Osama bin Laden in this pre-9/11 thriller. A CIA agent hunts Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan. A female sergeant is assassinated in London. A Japanese terrorist is detonating bombs across Washington, DC And in Texas, a serial killer is murdering transients who ride the rails, until—either by mistake or design—an ill-fated English tourist is counted among the victims. Scotland Yard’s top anti-terrorism expert, Jack Swann, and his friend, FBI Special Agent Johnny Harrison, are about to find a frightening connection between these seemingly random events. A secessionist militia in America’s heartland is amassing an army for a coming civil war calculated to divide and destroy the United States. And their next two targets are the only two men who can stop the explosive plan from going off. Written before the events of September 11, The Covenant is a prescient view of international politics, espionage, terrorism, and the rise of the alt-right in the twenty-first century. Jeff Gulvin’s extensive research and contacts within the FBI and London’s Special Branch bring unerring authenticity to his Jack Swann novels, Nom de Guerre, and Storm Crow, which New York Times–bestselling author Jack Higgins called “absolutely marvelous. One of the best thrillers I’ve read this year.”

Title The Covenant with Black America Ten Years Later
Author Tavis Smiley
Publisher Hay House, Inc
Release 2016-01-05
Category Social Science
Total Pages 272
ISBN 1401951503
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In 2006, Tavis Smiley—along with a team of esteemed contributors—laid out a national plan of action to address the ten most crucial issues facing African Americans.The Covenant, which became a #1 New York Times bestseller, ran the gamut from health care to criminal justice, affordable housing to education, voting rights to racial divides. But a decade later, Black men still fall to police bullets and brutality, Black women still die from preventable diseases, Black children still struggle to get a high quality education, the digital divide and environmental inequality persist, and American cities from Ferguson to Baltimore burn with frustration. In short, the last decade has seen the evaporation of Black wealth, with Black fel­low citizens having lost ground in nearly every leading economic category. And so in these pages Smiley calls for a renewal of The Covenant, presenting the original action plan alongside new data from the Indiana University School of Public & Environmental Affairs (SPEA) to underscore missed opportunities and the work that remains to be done. While life for far too many African Americans remains a struggle, the great freedom fighter Frederick Douglass was right: "If there is no struggle, there is no progress." Now is the time to finally convert the trials and tribulations of Black America into the progress that all of America yearns for.

Title The Covenant
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Release 1844
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The Covenant of New Orleans by Julie Morgan

Title The Covenant of New Orleans
Author Julie Morgan
Publisher Naughty Nights Press LLC
Release 2021-04-15
Category
Total Pages 824
ISBN 9781773572390
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Why choose one house of vampires when you can have them all... The Covenant of New Orleans vampires are not only some of the richest supernaturals in the world, they are willing to pay any price for their sustenance, their blood demons...their fated mates. The house of Jared, house of Cristophano, and house of William invite you to tantalize your taste buds on a collection of three different reverse harem tales filled with the trials and tribulations of learning true sacrifice, finding one's self, and the real meaning of loving with all your heart...and soul. Delve into this fantasy world, escape into the unknown, and find your next book boyfriends to leave you breathless and longing for more.

Title New Covenant
Author
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Release 1991
Category Pentecostalism
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Covenant in Action
Author
Publisher Hay House Incorporated
Release 2007
Category Political Science
Total Pages 190
ISBN 9781401918521
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A companion to "Covenant with Black America" tells how the book has inspired African Americans across America to undertake their own projects and activities, provides motivational essays to encourage more people to become politically involved, and outline

Title African Americans and the Future of New Orleans
Author Philip S. Hart
Publisher Amber Communications Group
Release 2007
Category History
Total Pages 212
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Exploring the past, present, and future of New Orleans, this account reveals the historic racial roller coaster that is The Big Easy. Detailing its evolution from a small French colonial outpost surrounded by water and swamp into one of the most unique cities in America, this history traces the rise and fall of the great Creole city over 300 years, from 1718 all the way to 2005 when Hurricane Katrina decimated the city. A true eye opener, it reveals the behind-the-scenes disparities and ongoing racism in the wake of Katrina. As many questions continue to go unanswered and the rebuilding of New Orleans stagnates, this call to action will encourage readers to stand up and take part.