Long Shadows

Long Shadows
  • Author : David Baldacci
  • Publisher : Grand Central Publishing
  • Pages : 515
  • Relase : 2022-10-11
  • ISBN : 9781538719794

Long Shadows Book Review:

From the author of The 6:20 Man, “Memory Man” Amos Decker—an FBI consultant with perfect recall—delves into a bewildering double homicide in this new thriller in David Baldacci's #1 New York Times bestselling series. When Amos Decker is called to South Florida to investigate a double homicide, the case appears straightforward: A federal judge and her bodyguard have been found dead, the judge’s face sporting a blindfold with two eye holes crudely cut out, a clear sign that she’d made one too many enemies over her years on the bench. What at first seems cut and dry is anything but: Not only did the judge have more enemies than Decker can count—from violent gang members, drug dealers, and smugglers to a resentful ex-husband—but the bodyguard presents additional conundrums that muddy the waters even further. Who was the real target in this vicious attack? Meanwhile, Decker must contend with a series of unsettling changes, including a new partner—Special Agent Frederica “Freddie” White—and a devastating event that brings Decker’s own tragic past back to the present . . . and forces him to reckon with his future. As potential witnesses start disappearing, Decker and White are inexorably pulled down a twisted tunnel of secrets, crimes, and scandal—at the end of which lies Decker’s deadliest threat yet.

Long Shadows

Long Shadows
  • Author : Erna Paris
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing USA
  • Pages : 512
  • Relase : 2015-05-05
  • ISBN : 9781632864185

Long Shadows Book Review:

One of the most urgent issues facing the world today is how countries shape historical memory in the aftermath of calamity, making decisions that cast long shadows into the future. Combining gripping storytelling with sharp observation, Erna Paris takes us on an extraordinary journey through four continents to explore how nations reinvent themselves after cataclysmic events. She travels through the United States, with its long-buried memory of slavery; to South Africa, where the Truth and Reconciliation Commission struggles to heal the wounds left by apartheid; to Japan, France, and Germany, where the unresolved pain of Hiroshima and the Holocaust still resonate; and to the former Yugoslavia, where she exposes the cynical shaping of historical memory. Through its insightful analysis, Long Shadows compels us to question where we stand as individuals in relation to our own collective histories. Erna Paris is the winner of ten national and international writing awards, three for Long Shadows. She is the author of six critically acclaimed books of literary non-fiction, including The End of Days: A Story of Tolerance, Tyranny and the Expulsion of the Jews from Spain, which won the 1996 Canadian National Jewish Book Award for History. She lives in Toronto. Winner of the Pearson Writers' Trust Non-Fiction Award, the inaugural Shaugnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing, and the Dorothy Shoichet prize for history from the Canadian Jewish Book Awards. 'Long Shadows is magnificent. I would love to see this book taught in every history class in America.' - Iris Chang, author of The Rape of Nanking 'Enlightening...Riveting...Paris raises questions of enormous importance.' - Kirkus 'Paris convincingly demonstrates that memory is not only selective but subject to calculated efforts to serve personal needs and national interests.' - The Christian Science Monitor 'Erna Paris gives us a rich, if p

Night of Long Shadows

Night of Long Shadows
  • Author : Paul Crilley
  • Publisher : Wizards of the Coast
  • Pages : 320
  • Relase : 2010-01-26
  • ISBN : 9780786956494

Night of Long Shadows Book Review:

Explore the dark under-belly of Khorvaire with Eberron's version of the private detective - The Inquisitives! Nights of the Long Shadow: the three nights of the year when the darkest powers of the world gain strength and rise to prey upon the unwary. When one of Sharn's most famed Inquisitives is hired to investigate a brutal murder at Morgrave University, his brilliance may be his damnation, as he uncovers a trail of blood leading from the deediest neighborhoods of the City of Towers to the highest reaches of power.

Long Shadows

Long Shadows
  • Author : Cecilia Dominic
  • Publisher : AIBHS
  • Pages : 324
  • Relase : 2017-09-15
  • ISBN : 9781945074134

Long Shadows Book Review:

Her secret nature has the supernatural world thirsty for her blood. Can she unleash her inner wolf before enemies hound her to her death? Lonna Marconi never wanted any of this. Struggling to accept her new form as a werewolf, she’s desperate to maintain her normal life as a social worker and part-time PI. But when her heightened senses reveal her boss’s devious plans, she flees her pack and heads to the mountains to escape capture. Unable to ditch the hunters on her tail by the time she finds her friends, Lonna fights tooth and nail to protect her kin. And when she awakens from a tranquilizer in the arms of a handsome wizard, she’s terrified to discover that she’s lost her hidden beast… and her only chance of survival. Can she claw her way out before evil claims her life? Long Shadows is the heart-pounding second book in the Lycanthropy Files urban fantasy series. If you like complex characters, forbidden romance, and dangerous moonlight afflictions, then you’ll love Cecilia Dominic’s snarky tale. Buy Long Shadows to howl for freedom today!


  • Publisher : Graphic India
  • Pages : 27
  • Relase :
  • ISBN :


THE PERFECT JUMPING ON POINT! Grant Morrison’s epic creation continues with a whole new story-arc of 18 Days begins with the Pandava warriors running low on supplies and morale as the immortal powerhouse Bheeshma continues to decimate them by the thousands on the battlefield. The Pandava army needs a new strategy and a new hope to end the terrible rage of this unstoppable superwarrior.

Long Shadows, High Hopes: The Life and Times of Matt Johnson & The The

Long Shadows, High Hopes: The Life and Times of Matt Johnson & The The
  • Author : Neil Fraser
  • Publisher : Omnibus Press
  • Pages : 485
  • Relase : 2018-06-07
  • ISBN : 9781787590854

Long Shadows, High Hopes: The Life and Times of Matt Johnson & The The Book Review:

From life in an East End pub to fame on a global stage, Matt Johnson – founder, songwriter and visionary lynchpin of iconic band The The – created some of the most engaging, challenging and enduring music of his era. Then he walked away from it all. In this authorised biography Neil Fraser has drawn back the curtain on a brilliant enigma. Neil Fraser has gained unprecedented access to Matt Johnson and his The The archives. He has conducted hundreds of hours of interviews with Johnson and those involved in his life and work, including Johnny Marr, Johanna St Michaels, JG Thirlwell and Tim Pope. Long Shadows, High Hopes reveals the whole story, from early days to glory days. It examines the man behind the iconic songs and the acclaimed albums – an outspoken political lyricist and visionary force who made a success of living on his own terms. With the announcement from Matt Johnson in in 2017 that The The would appear again, this book reveals what has prompted him to step out of the long shadows after so long.

The Long Shadows

The Long Shadows
  • Author : Andrew Erlich,Cara Van Miriah
  • Publisher : eBookIt.com
  • Pages : 534
  • Relase : 2012-07-10
  • ISBN : 9780977408986

The Long Shadows Book Review:

The Long Shadows: A True-Life Novel The Long Shadows is a fascinating true-life novel about Jacob Reuben Erlich, who, at 8 foot 6, was among the tallest men in the world. Best known by his stage name, Jack Earle, he would overcome crippling shyness, depression, temporary blindness and the physical challenges of a giant's frame to earn widespread acclaim during his career as a silent film star, circus performer, artist, poet and vaudevillian. Drawing on ten years of research culled from family lore, newspaper archives, historical documents and the recorded recollections of Earle's contemporaries, author Andrew Erlich weaves a fascinating bio-fictional account of a remarkable man and the cast of colorful characters who knew him. Along the way, we learn a great deal about courage, character, and one man's unique perspective on a broad sweep of history that encompassed the Great Depression, the immigrant experience in turn-of-the-century Texas, silent films, life in the circus, the modern art movement and the domestic anti-Semitism that accompanied the run-up to World War II.

Warriors: Power of Three #5: Long Shadows

Warriors: Power of Three #5: Long Shadows
  • Author : Erin Hunter
  • Publisher : Harper Collins
  • Pages : 341
  • Relase : 2008-11-25
  • ISBN : 9780060892142

Warriors: Power of Three #5: Long Shadows Book Review:

The Clans are in turmoil. ShadowClan has turned its back on StarClan and pledged to follow the dark predictions of Sol, the strange cat who foretold the solar eclipse. But not all the cats have lost faith in their warrior ancestors. . . . Jaypaw is convinced that StarClan still holds an important place in the warrior code, and his search for answers leads him far back into the past, farther back than even StarClan can remember. Lionblaze, tortured by violent dreams and bloody visions, wishes he had never been prophesied to be one of the three but to turn his back on his littermates would be the ultimate betrayal. And Hollyleaf is terrified that once the Clans lose their faith, the warrior code will fall apart. She's willing to fight tooth and nail to preserve it—whatever the cost. And when murder stalks into the heart of ThunderClan, the cats realize that the darkest shadows don't always lie outside the territory.

Long Shadows

Long Shadows
  • Author : Abigail Cutter
  • Publisher : She Writes Press
  • Pages : 230
  • Relase : 2022-07-12
  • ISBN : 9781647423889

Long Shadows Book Review:

Tom Smiley signed up as a private in the Confederate army when he was eighteen and quickly came to regret it. Spending the last year of the war in a Union prison scarred him so deeply that even death hasn't brought freedom from its memory. A ghost in his deserted childhood home, he can’t forget the bloody war and its meaningless losses, or shed his revulsion for his role in the Confederate defense of slavery. But when a young couple moves in and makes his home their own in the early 21st century, trouble erupts—and Tom is forced to not only face his own terrible secret but also come to grips with his family’s hidden wartime history. He finds an unexpected ally in his house’s new owner, Phoebe Hunter, who is both fascinated and frightened by his ghostly presence—and whose discoveries will have momentous consequences for them both.

Casting a Long Shadow

Casting a Long Shadow
  • Author : R. Wayne Tanner
  • Publisher : Trafford Publishing
  • Pages : 172
  • Relase : 2010-09-16
  • ISBN : 9781426936968

Casting a Long Shadow Book Review:

This is but a glimpse at that struggle and how it not only impacted men and their families but a way of life that can still be seen in many parts of Florida if one is willing to take time and look. Cowboys still saddle their horses and drive to an old set of cow pens and spend many an hour atop their favorite horse gathering, working and selling a new calf crop. They string miles of barbed wire and drive thousands of staples in fence rows built by their grandfathers and great grandfathers. To many, thou, it is lost and only a fading dream. Deep in the soul of Florida lies a great heritage called the True Florida Cracker. Not the urbanized rednecks that can afford a pair of Wrangler jeans, a shiny belt buckle, a fancy felt hat and black pointed toed cowboy boots but the true country boy and girl. Those who know the reason why you carry a pocket knife, how to keep it sharp and not cut yourself. Those who can appreciate a good pot of collard greens without the sweet cornbread you buy in a box. Those who are not afraid of taking a firm hold on a catfish as it flops around and taking out the hook without getting stuck. To those who had actually stepped into a fresh pile of cow crap and knows what it smells like and in a way appreciates the experience. To those who were taught to say yes mam and no sir and remember what respect is. To those who say to themselves that they were born in the wrong time.

Long Century's Long Shadow

Long Century's Long Shadow
  • Author : Kenneth S. Calhoon
  • Publisher : University of Toronto Press
  • Pages : 283
  • Relase : 2021
  • ISBN : 9781487526955

Long Century's Long Shadow Book Review:

The Long Century's Long Shadow explores what is cinematic about the developments in literature, art, and aesthetic thinking that emerged in Germany at the beginning of the nineteenth century.

Long Shadows

Long Shadows
  • Author : Jodi Taylor
  • Publisher : Headline
  • Pages : 416
  • Relase : 2021-08-05
  • ISBN : 9781472267511

Long Shadows Book Review:

BOOK 3 IN THE GRIPPING SUPERNATURAL SERIES BY THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE CHRONICLES OF ST MARY'S I don't know who I am. I don't know what I am. The identity of Elizabeth Cage has always been a mystery. Even she doesn't know who, or what, she is. But she's learned to live with it. Until now, when what should have been a peaceful holiday turns into anything but, and Elizabeth is forced to recognise that she isn't what she seems. But neither is anyone else. Has her whole life been a lie? Someone very badly wants to know the truth about Elizabeth Cage. And they'll do anything to find out. But who will live to regret it? Twisty, dark and incredibly gripping, the Elizabeth Cage novels are perfect for fans of Sarah Painter and Genevieve Cogman. Readers love Jodi Taylor: 'Jodi Taylor does brilliant, strong female heroes, and Elizabeth follows on from Max in the St Mary's series' 'I look forward to another adventure with this quirky and perfectly matched pair' 'Hold on to your seat and close your eyes if you dare!' 'Gripping and full of curious plot turns' 'An on-the-edge-of-your-seat thriller where no assumptions can be made'

The Long Shadows

The Long Shadows
  • Author : Simo Laakkonen,Richard P. Tucker,Timo Olavi Vuorisalo
  • Publisher :
  • Pages : 346
  • Relase : 2017
  • ISBN : 0870718797

The Long Shadows Book Review:

The Long Shadows is the first book-length work to offer global perspectives on the environmental history of World War II. Based on long-term research, the selected articles represent the best available studies in different fields and countries. With contributions touching on Europe, America, Asia, and Africa, the book has a truly global approach.

The Long Shadow

The Long Shadow
  • Author : Karl Alexander,Doris Entwisle,Linda Olson
  • Publisher : Russell Sage Foundation
  • Pages : 288
  • Relase : 2014-05-31
  • ISBN : 9781610448239

The Long Shadow Book Review:

A volume in the American Sociological Association's Rose Series in Sociology West Baltimore stands out in the popular imagination as the quintessential “inner city”—gritty, run-down, and marred by drugs and gang violence. Indeed, with the collapse of manufacturing jobs in the 1970s, the area experienced a rapid onset of poverty and high unemployment, with few public resources available to alleviate economic distress. But in stark contrast to the image of a perpetual “urban underclass” depicted in television by shows like The Wire, sociologists Karl Alexander, Doris Entwisle, and Linda Olson present a more nuanced portrait of Baltimore’s inner city residents that employs important new research on the significance of early-life opportunities available to low-income populations. The Long Shadow focuses on children who grew up in west Baltimore neighborhoods and others like them throughout the city, tracing how their early lives in the inner city have affected their long-term well-being. Although research for this book was conducted in Baltimore, that city’s struggles with deindustrialization, white flight, and concentrated poverty were characteristic of most East Coast and Midwest manufacturing cities. The experience of Baltimore’s children who came of age during this era is mirrored in the experiences of urban children across the nation. For 25 years, the authors of The Long Shadow tracked the life progress of a group of almost 800 predominantly low-income Baltimore school children through the Beginning School Study Youth Panel (BSSYP). The study monitored the children’s transitions to young adulthood with special attention to how opportunities available to them as early as first grade shaped their socioeconomic status as adults. The authors’ fine-grained analysis confirms that the children who lived in more cohesive neighborhoods, had stronger families, and attended better schools tended to maintain a higher economic status later in life. As young adults, they held higher-income jobs and had achieved more personal milestones (such as marriage) than their lower-status counterparts. Differences in race and gender further stratified life opportunities for the Baltimore children. As one of the first studies to closely examine the outcomes of inner-city whites in addition to African Americans, data from the BSSYP shows that by adulthood, white men of lower status family background, despite attaining less education on average, were more likely to be employed than any other group in part due to family connections and long-standing racial biases in Baltimore’s industrial economy. Gender imbalances were also evident: the women, who were more likely to be working in low-wage service and clerical jobs, earned less than men. African American women were doubly disadvantaged insofar as they were less likely to be in a stable relationship than white women, and therefore less likely to benefit from a second income. Combining original interviews with Baltimore families, teachers, and other community members with the empirical data gathered from the authors’ groundbreaking research, The Long Shadow unravels the complex connections between socioeconomic origins and socioeconomic destinations to reveal a startling and much-needed examination of who succeeds and why.

The Long Shadows of Biafra

The Long Shadows of Biafra
  • Author : I. Dike Ogu
  • Publisher :
  • Pages : 193
  • Relase : 2001
  • ISBN : STANFORD:36105112961771

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The House of Long Shadows

The House of Long Shadows
  • Author : Ambrose Ibsen
  • Publisher : House of Souls
  • Pages : 318
  • Relase : 2018-08
  • ISBN : 1718018347

The House of Long Shadows Book Review:

The house at 889 Morgan Road has been empty almost thirty years. Maybe it should have stayed that way. Kevin Taylor is an internet-famous handyman on a mission: Find a house and renovate it in thirty days. By flipping a derelict house in a month's time and chronicling the entire thing on video for his online subscribers, he seeks to impress a handful of network TV producers and become a star. The problems that plague this property will require more than elbow grease to fix, however. Shadows throughout the home are distorted, and an enigmatic trespasser keeps showing up in his footage. Worse still are the hideous voices that issue from otherwise empty rooms in the dead of night. Amid mounting dangers, Kevin is forced to meet the house's shadowed past head-on

The Long Shadow of Small Ghosts

The Long Shadow of Small Ghosts
  • Author : Laura Tillman
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Pages : 256
  • Relase : 2016-04-05
  • ISBN : 9781501104251

The Long Shadow of Small Ghosts Book Review:

Explores the events surrounding the murder of two children by their parents in a rundown section of Brownsville, Texas, discussing the social issues, from poverty to mental illiness to the death penalty and the human forces that drive these issues.

Long Shadows

Long Shadows
  • Author : Kate Sherwood
  • Publisher :
  • Pages : 152
  • Relase : 2017-01-02
  • ISBN : 1626495262

Long Shadows Book Review:

LA cop Jericho Crewe got the hell out of Mosely, Montana, when he was seventeen. Fifteen years later, he's back, and everything is just as messed up as when he left. Family complications, police complications, social complications - and, as always, Wade Granger complications.

The Long Shadow: The Legacies of the Great War in the Twentieth Century

The Long Shadow: The Legacies of the Great War in the Twentieth Century
  • Author : David Reynolds
  • Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
  • Pages : 544
  • Relase : 2014-05-12
  • ISBN : 9780393244298

The Long Shadow: The Legacies of the Great War in the Twentieth Century Book Review:

Winner of the 2014 PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize for the Best Work of History. "If you only read one book about the First World War in this anniversary year, read The Long Shadow. David Reynolds writes superbly and his analysis is compelling and original." —Anne Chisolm, Chair of the PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize Committee, and Chair of the Royal Society of Literature. One of the most violent conflicts in the history of civilization, World War I has been strangely forgotten in American culture. It has become a ghostly war fought in a haze of memory, often seen merely as a distant preamble to World War II. In The Long Shadow critically acclaimed historian David Reynolds seeks to broaden our vision by assessing the impact of the Great War across the twentieth century. He shows how events in that turbulent century—particularly World War II, the Cold War, and the collapse of Communism—shaped and reshaped attitudes to 1914–18. By exploring big themes such as democracy and empire, nationalism and capitalism, as well as art and poetry, The Long Shadow is stunningly broad in its historical perspective. Reynolds throws light on the vast expanse of the last century and explains why 1914–18 is a conflict that America is still struggling to comprehend. Forging connections between people, places, and ideas, The Long Shadow ventures across the traditional subcultures of historical scholarship to offer a rich and layered examination not only of politics, diplomacy, and security but also of economics, art, and literature. The result is a magisterial reinterpretation of the place of the Great War in modern history.

Long Shadows Cast Before

Long Shadows Cast Before
  • Author : Charles Edward Bainbridge Brett
  • Publisher : Nicholson
  • Pages : 162
  • Relase : 1978
  • ISBN : UOM:39015003477554

Long Shadows Cast Before Book Review:

Over 300 years and nine generations separate Charles Brett, the author of this book, from the William Brett who first settled in Co. Down ... this book is at once a chronicle of the family's adventures and fortunes over three chequered centuries of Irish history, and an autobiographical account of the author's own experiences.