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The Fur Lined Crypt by Richard Jensen

Title The Fur Lined Crypt
Author Richard Jensen
Publisher Trafford Publishing
Release 2014-01-03
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 349
ISBN 1426946562
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This fictionalized history presents an adventurous exploration of North America s early fur trade, revealed through a story of life on the frontier."

Title Ransom of Tartarus Book 3 of the Tartarus Trilogy
Author M. R. Tighe
Publisher Wheatmark, Inc.
Release 2012-05-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 328
ISBN 1604947713
Language English, Spanish, and French
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There's a traitor on the planet Tartarus! With the insider's aid, Dar-kan hira-Gurd -- the beautiful, sadistic, dangerous Ghendarian commander -- invades the City of the Ruler. She usurps the throne of Ahn-eld, then plots her long-awaited revenge upon Malkis of Tartarus. Acting on a gut instinct that the planet is under attack, Richard Hughes, commander of Astrella II, risks battling Ghendarian warships in a desperate attempt to rescue Malkis and Rona. But in order to save his wife, his world, and his friends from the brutal and merciless invaders, Malkis is forced to make an unthinkable sacrifice! Ransom of Tartarus is the third book in the Tartarus Trilogy. Books one and two of the trilogy are Judgment on Tartarus and True Son of Tartarus.

Title The Mummy the Will and the Crypt
Author John Bellairs
Publisher Open Road Media
Release 2014-04-01
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 124
ISBN 1497625351
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A clever young man and an eccentric professor search for a missing fortune, in this spooky adventure full of “marvelous surprises” (Publishers Weekly) H. Bagwell Glomus built an empire out of cereal. In the 1920s, his Oaty Crisps were the most popular breakfast in the United States, and Mr. Glomus was the wealthiest man in the little town of Gildersleeve, Massachusetts. But he was not a happy man. In 1936, he took his own life and his will was never found. Legend has it that his last will and testament is hidden somewhere in his office, but so far, no one has been able to find it and claim the $10,000 reward. Yet, no one has looked as hard as Johnny Dixon. A precocious young boy who’s happier reading old books than playing outside, Johnny has a best friend in the eccentric old Professor Childermass, who knows every detail of Mr. Glomus’s story—except the location of the will. Together, along with a new pal from Boy Scout camp named Fergie, they intend to crack the puzzle—but before they can claim their prize, they must defeat an ancient evil force: a living mummy intent on destroying them. From the award-winning author of The House with a Clock in Its Walls, the Johnny Dixon stories are a refreshingly old-fashioned series of adventure and supernatural mystery. In the world of young adult suspense, few authors have the magic touch of John Bellairs.

Title The Seventh Law of the Prophesy
Author Ray Burt
Publisher Dorrance Publishing
Release 2014-08-18
Category Religion
Total Pages 578
ISBN 1480909726
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Seventh Law of the Prophecy is a collection of book prophesies and the work done from the readers of the great seers of the past and at biblical times. It is not, by any means, proclaiming to be of the great prophets, but there is a message instilled and embedded for the future generations of the world and lessons to be learned from Jesus and God the Father. As the author tells us, “I wrote this book to leave that message of Jesus to the world, and I hope readers will learn from it all. I believe as I have written and hoped that the world has a lesson to be learned from. All of us seek hope and the future isn’t set for us by all means, but we should learn from the past and help the experience change our fate. We all need the Lord in our lives. This is my message of hope in this profane world.”

Title The Archaeological Journal
Author
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Release 1881
Category Archaeology
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Pathology of Small Mammal Pets by Patricia V. Turner

Title Pathology of Small Mammal Pets
Author Patricia V. Turner
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2017-09-20
Category Medical
Total Pages 448
ISBN 1118969596
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Pathology of Small Mammal Pets presents a ready reference for veterinarians, veterinary pathologists, and technicians who work with small mammal companion animals. Provides up-to-date, practical information on common disease conditions in small mammal companion animals Offers chapters logically organized by species, with comprehensive information on diagnosing diseases in each species Takes a practical, system-based approach to individual disease conditions Covers clinical signs, laboratory diagnostics, gross pathology, histopathology, and differential diagnoses in detail Includes relevant information for conventional breeding operations and breeding facilities, with strategies for disease management in herds and colonies Features information on normal anatomy in included species to assist in recognizing pathology

Title A Methodology for the Cryptanalysis of Classical Ciphers with Search Metaheuristics
Author George Lasry
Publisher kassel university press GmbH
Release
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Total Pages 247
ISBN 3737604584
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Cryptography, the art and science of creating secret codes, and cryptanalysis, the art and science of breaking secret codes, underwent a similar and parallel course during history. Both fields evolved from manual encryption methods and manual codebreaking techniques, to cipher machines and codebreaking machines in the first half of the 20th century, and finally to computerbased encryption and cryptanalysis from the second half of the 20th century. However, despite the advent of modern computing technology, some of the more challenging classical cipher systems and machines have not yet been successfully cryptanalyzed. For others, cryptanalytic methods exist, but only for special and advantageous cases, such as when large amounts of ciphertext are available. Starting from the 1990s, local search metaheuristics such as hill climbing, genetic algorithms, and simulated annealing have been employed, and in some cases, successfully, for the cryptanalysis of several classical ciphers. In most cases, however, results were mixed, and the application of such methods rather limited in their scope and performance. In this work, a robust framework and methodology for the cryptanalysis of classical ciphers using local search metaheuristics, mainly hill climbing and simulated annealing, is described. In an extensive set of case studies conducted as part of this research, this new methodology has been validated and demonstrated as highly effective for the cryptanalysis of several challenging cipher systems and machines, which could not be effectively cryptanalyzed before, and with drastic improvements compared to previously published methods. This work also led to the decipherment of original encrypted messages from WWI, and to the solution, for the first time, of several public cryptographic challenges.

The Loss Library by Ivan Vladislavic

Title The Loss Library
Author Ivan Vladislavic
Publisher Penguin Random House South Africa
Release 2011-10-05
Category Literary Collections
Total Pages 112
ISBN 141520229X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What happens when a story goes missing or remains unrecorded? When a writer carelessly gives his plot away during a conversation or dies before writing the ending? These stories end up in the Loss Library, where the books that have never been written are kept. In this poignant, thought-provoking book, one of South Africa’s fi nest writers examines eleven of his own lost fictions, how the ideas arose and why he abandoned them. But this reflection on the art of writing is not a lament for unfinished work. Rather The Loss Library is a meditation on creativity, mortality and the allure of the incomplete.

twisdom by John R. Roberts

Title twisdom
Author John R. Roberts
Publisher Mindwarm Incorporated
Release 2013-10-04
Category Humor
Total Pages 197
ISBN 099104990X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Twitter wisdom can be hard to find. The 140 character limit of an utterance imposes a brevity that makes the tweeter get right to the point. Living within this harsh constraint you'll find SwamiRoberts or @swamiroberts on Twitter. The Swami began tweeting in 2010 when something became important enough to comment about. While the Swami offers up opinions on many topics, most can be classified into the categories: Work, Wise, Love, Cash, Soul, Joke, Tech, Twitter and Food. These are the chapters of the book with insights onto each. Language is a fascination of the Swami. Recently the phrase "throwing sheep" came to mean offering up a pointless or senseless comment. The Swami strives to avoid throwing sheep, but on occasion will refrain from seriousness. Often there is a serious side to the Swami and a truth inside the funny comment. The Love and Soul chapters are more serious than the other sections, although fans of Dilbert or Office Space will find the truths in the Work chapter familiar. The world around us is the inspiration for the Swami. Here in Portland, Oregon food carts have exploded all over town. I just don't recall seeing very many before 2009, but now they are everywhere. One such food cart sold mini (small) sandwiches. Eating one such sandwich inspired the Swami tweet: "When you are very hungry eat a mini-sandwich and you will only be hungry." 2012 was the year that the ancient Mayans predicted as the end of the world, or at least some kind of apocalypse happening. In the chapter Wise there are eleven apocalypse survival tips the Swami gives you. My favorite is tip number one: "Do not warn others about the coming apocalypse." In the past it was only the court jester that could speak the truth safely to the king. Of course even the jester had to be cautious and was careful to conceal his insight with humor. Take the Swami in the same vein. There be truth in these tweets. twisdom has an entire chapter on Twitter and while it's not exactly a course in manners, there are dos and don'ts -- not just for Twitter, but also for Facebook, LinkedIn, FourSquare, Google+ and any other social network. The Swami also has some thoughts on the differences between these social networks. There are a few quotes in this book. Paul Bingman was a close personal friend who died in 2011. I really wish he was here to read this book, although he did read the Swami's tweets and had fun feedback. Paul's quote is "All you really have is your time and your attention." That was the philosophy of at least his later years, where Paul always strove to help others and do the good he could while also having some fun. You might take the Swami in small doses. You might gorge your eyes and mind with a long good read. I find myself reading the Swami when I'm feeling lost or down and the Swami always picks me up a bit. Here's hoping the Swami lifts you to a higher self too.