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The Bear Pit by Rebecca Lisle

Title The Bear Pit
Author Rebecca Lisle
Publisher
Release 2008
Category Children's stories
Total Pages 48
ISBN 9780750254083
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Hester and Jed decide to visit an old bear pit, but Hester hears strange growling noises and vows never to go back. Jed doesn't believe in ghosts, and one nightmare night returns to the pit alone where he is turned into a bear by the evil Mr Kyte.

The Bear Pit by Peter Collins

Title The Bear Pit
Author Peter Collins
Publisher Allen & Unwin
Release 2000
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 339
ISBN 9781865082080
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A revealing account of the passions, betrayals and intrigues of Australian politics, by a man who has lived the highs and lows of public life.

Into the Bear Pit by Mark James

Title Into the Bear Pit
Author Mark James
Publisher
Release 2000
Category Golf
Total Pages 246
ISBN 9781852278540
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Into the Bear Pit, European team captain Mark James has chosen to speak out, to give a hard-hitting, blow-by-blow account of the tournament that made headlines around the globe.

The Bear Pit by Andrew Barlow

Title The Bear Pit
Author Andrew Barlow
Publisher Arena books
Release 2009
Category Fiction
Total Pages 183
ISBN 1906791295
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This royal murder mystery set in the early-15th century explodes the romantic myth of the age of chivalry. Hopkin, a pagan, casts a critical eye over the corruption of his age, and introduces the towering characters of the period including King Henry the Fifth, Sir Henry Percy, and Owen Glendower.

The Bear Pit by S. G. MacLean

Title The Bear Pit
Author S. G. MacLean
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2019-07-11
Category Fiction
Total Pages 416
ISBN 1787473597
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'Could challenge CJ Sansom for dominion' Sunday Times London, 1656: Captain Seeker is back in the city, on the trail of an assassin preparing to strike at the heart of Oliver Cromwell's Republic The Commonwealth is balanced on a knife edge. Royalists and disillusioned former Parliamentarians have united against Oliver Cromwell, now a king in all but name. Three conspirators, representing these factions, plan to assassinate the Lord Protector, paving the way back to the throne for Charles Stuart once and for all. Captain Damian Seeker, meanwhile, is preoccupied by the horrifying discovery in an illegal gambling den of the body of a man ravaged by what is unmistakably a bear. Yet the bears used for baiting were all shot when the sport was banned by Cromwell. So where did this fearsome creature come from, and why would someone use it for murder? With Royalist-turned-Commonwealth-spy Thomas Faithly tracking the bear, Seeker investigates its victim. The trail leads from Kent's coffee house on Cornhill, to a German clockmaker in Clerkenwell, to the stews of Southwark, to the desolate Lambeth Marshes where no one should venture at night. When the two threads of the investigation begin to join, Seeker realises just what - and who - he is up against. The Royalists in exile have sent to London their finest mind and greatest fighter, a man who will stop at nothing to ensure the Restoration. Has Seeker finally met his match?

After the Bear Pit by Mark James

Title After the Bear Pit
Author Mark James
Publisher Virgin Books Limited
Release 2007-10-01
Category Golf
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9780753508893
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After the Bear Pitis the follow-up toInto the Bear Pit, Mark James's headline-grabbing Ryder Cup expose that rocked the world of golf in the summer of 2000 and spent ten weeks in the Sunday Timesbestseller list. James pulls no punches in discussing the substantial fall-out that resulted from the publication of Into the Bear Pit. His spat with Nick Faldo led to Faldo waging a campaign to have his European Tour colleague removed from the Tournament Committee and ended in James's eventual resignation as Sam Torrance's Ryder Cup assistant. After the Bear Pitalso chronicles the former Ryder cup captain's greatest battle - a long, hard six-month struggle against testicular cancer. James takes an absorbing and occasionally humorous look at the illness that threatened to end more than just his golfing career.

The Bear Pit by Jon Cleary

Title The Bear Pit
Author Jon Cleary
Publisher Blackstone Publishing
Release 2013-05-20
Category Fiction
Total Pages 228
ISBN 1620648113
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Scobie Malone's job as a homicide cop is to try to keep murder at bay. His job as a father is to keep his family safe. Now, as the eyes of the world are turning toward his city, both of Malone's careers are in serious jeopardy. An important politician is murdered in high-profile public as his nation rushes toward center stage in the international arena. The assassination is clean and professional-and senseless on the surface. Malone knows, however, that violent death is sometimes politics' strangest and darkest bedfellow. And before thousands of visitors descend on his city, the dedicated detective will have to put himself in the line of fire to flush out a killer. But he won't be alone in someone's rifle sight. An ambitious young reporter will be joining Scobie Malone in harm's way: his daughter.

After the Bear Pit by Mark James

Title After the Bear Pit
Author Mark James
Publisher Virgin Books Limited
Release 2003-06-05
Category Golf
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780753507681
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The controversial follow-up to Into the Bear Pit, this title pulls no punches in discussing the substantial fall-out from the publication of James' first book, the verbal spat with Nick Faldo that led Faldo waging a campaign to have his European Tour colleague removed from the Tournament Committee, and Mark's eventual resignation as Ryder Cup assistant.

The Bear Pit by S. G. MacLean

Title The Bear Pit
Author S. G. MacLean
Publisher The Seeker
Release 2019-07-11
Category
Total Pages 416
ISBN 9781787473577
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

'Could challenge CJ Sansom for dominion' Sunday Times London, 1656: Captain Seeker is back in the city, on the trail of an assassin preparing to strike at the heart of Oliver Cromwell's Republic The Commonwealth is balanced on a knife edge. Royalists and disillusioned former Parliamentarians have united against Oliver Cromwell, now a king in all but name. Three conspirators, representing these factions, plan to assassinate the Lord Protector, paving the way back to the throne for Charles Stuart once and for all. Captain Damian Seeker, meanwhile, is preoccupied by the horrifying discovery in an illegal gambling den of the body of a man ravaged by what is unmistakably a bear. Yet the bears used for baiting were all shot when the sport was banned by Cromwell. So where did this fearsome creature come from, and why would someone use it for murder? With Royalist-turned-Commonwealth-spy Thomas Faithly tracking the bear, Seeker investigates its victim. The trail leads from Kent's coffee house on Cornhill, to a German clockmaker in Clerkenwell, to the stews of Southwark, to the desolate Lambeth Marshes where no one should venture at night. When the two threads of the investigation begin to join, Seeker realises just what - and who - he is up against. The Royalists in exile have sent to London their finest mind and greatest fighter, a man who will stop at nothing to ensure the Restoration. Has Seeker finally met his match?

Into the Bear Pit by Craig Whyte

Title Into the Bear Pit
Author Craig Whyte
Publisher Birlinn Ltd
Release 2020-02-14
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 240
ISBN 178885103X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

From being the most dominant club in Scottish football history, Rangers F.C., one of the most famous and powerful names in British sport, was sold to venture capitalist Craig Whyte in 2011 . . . for £1. When Whyte walked through the gates at Ibrox, the club was mired in debt and plagued with a toxic culture which seeped everywhere – from the corridors of power to a sectarian hard core in the stands. The ‘great Whyte hope’ was touted for a time as Rangers’ saviour but he was soon hung out to dry as the fall guy for Rangers’ misery as the unthinkable happened. The club was plunged into liquidation and the reformed club suffered the indignity of demotion to the third division, the lowest echelon of Scottish professional football. The demise of Rangers saw Whyte’s reputation eviscerated on the pages of every newspaper in the country, his name vilified on radio shows, TV programmes and blogs as every aspect of his professional and personal life was picked over. In 2012 he was arrested and accused of fraud. He was put on trial where he faced the full might and resources of the government for his role in the downfall of the club. Although he was ultimately acquitted of all charges, he had to endure years of false accusations from some media outlets and multiple death threats from obsessed fans. Full of startling revelations, this is the previously untold story of greed, corruption and scandal at the heart of Rangers F.C., told, definitively, by the man who was at the very centre of the storm.

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