Plain Killing

Author: Emma Miller
Publisher: Kensington Books
ISBN: 0758291752
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. . "Miller has written an exciting tale of mystery, love, and danger that will have readers turning the pages like crazy, wondering what the next big secret to be revealed will be and how Rachel will handle it." --Booklist

A Plain Death

Author: Amanda Flower
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433676974
Size: 17.87 MB
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Young Chloe Humphrey is a fish-out-of-water as the computer whiz living in Ohio's Amish Country, but she's stretched even further when a local accident turns to murder, and she's in a position to solve the case. Simultaneous.

Killing Plain

Author: Ralph Cotton
Publisher: Signet Book
ISBN: 9780451214515
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Ranger Sam Burrack takes on Hadley Jones as a partner to put an end to Lonzo Greer and his Black Moon gang's reign of terror over the Arizona Territory, which ignites the wrath of Lonzo. Original.

Plain Murder

Author: Emma Miller
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
ISBN: 0758291736
Size: 51.87 MB
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In this unique mystery debut, a shallow grave is found on a Pennsylvania farm, and one woman straddling the Amish and outside worlds must uncover a killer--and create a life on her own terms.

Plain Murder

Author: C.S. Forester
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141971355
Size: 32.91 MB
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Taking us into a 1930s London of grimy back streets, smoky cafes and shabby rooms, Plain Murder, C. S. Forester's second crime novel, is a brilliantly atmospheric and gripping portrayal of the dark heart of a killer.

Plain Truth

Author: Jodi Picoult
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743422813
Size: 35.15 MB
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Jodi Picoult has touched readers deeply with her acclaimed novels, such as Keeping Faith and The Pact.

The Elimination Of Morality

Author: Anne Maclean
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134866712
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6. PLAIN. MURDER. In his paper 'The Survival Lottery'1 John Harris makes a
proposal intended to remedy the chronic shortfall in the number of vital organs
that presently become available to physicians for use in transplant surgery. He
writes as follows: ...everyone [shall] be given a sort of lottery number. Whenever
doctors have two or more dying patients who could be saved by transplants, and
no suitable organs have come to hand through 'natural deaths', they can ask a
central ...

Killing By Remote Control

Author: Bradley Jay Strawser
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199339791
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The public debate into what acceptable practice looks like has well and truly
started and that has got to be a good thing.54 Without transparency as to why an
individual has been killed, a targeted killing carried out anywhere for the best of
reasons and in the most careful, conscientious, and professional way might as
well be considered an assassination or just plain murder. As the Alston report
suggests, this type of transparency combined with genuine accountability may
ultimately be ...

Murder In Plain English

Author: Michael Arntfield
Publisher: Prometheus Books
ISBN: 1633882543
Size: 15.87 MB
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This is the first book to examine murder through the written word--not only the writings of the killers themselves, but also the story of murder as told in literary fiction and the crime dramas that are now a staple of film and television.

Literature Of The 1940s War Postwar And Peace

Author: Gill Plain
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748631518
Size: 54.16 MB
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Gill Plain. Chapter Four. Killing ... I keep thinking during a raid, when we are
running over the target, just as we are going to release our bombs, I keep
thinking to myself, shall I just jink a little; shall I swerve a fraction to one side, then
my bombs will fall on someone else ... chapter is, nonetheless, called 'Killing': its
emphasis is on the active rather than the passive, and on the complex
relationship between that activity and the dominant discourses of manmaking
circulating during the war.