Twin brothers are separated at birth. One is given to wealthy Mrs. Lyons and they grow up as friends in ignorance of their fraternity until the inevitable quarrel unleashes a blood-bath.
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The Soliz Brothers aren't seeing eye to eye on their next move. Diego believes that the missing skull they're looking for was purchased by none other than Medusa, and wants to question her. His brother and their boss want to them to keep looking for Calavera. Diego disobeys and finds himself in serious trouble in the form of a raging Minotaur!
The woman the playboy fell for had a sorrowful past… To escape a scandal, Gabe travels to London to stay with his cousin and suggests they trade places for a while when he sees how hard his cousin has to work to maintain his castle and estate. At the castle, Gabe meets Freddie, a woman who claims to be the manager of the place. Being a widow with a daughter to care for, she’s not at all Gabe’s usual type. Yet there’s something about Freddie’s sad past that draws his attention…
One of the United Kingdom’s most popular authors—a #1 London Times bestseller—Josephine Cox will delight fans of Rosamund Pilcher, Barbara Delinsky, and Amanda Stevens with this heartbreaking, engrossing, electrifyingly exciting and dramatic story of a love triangle gone terribly wrong. Blood Brothers is Cox at her captivating best as she draws readers deep into this tale of two siblings with nothing in common but a desperate and dangerous desire for the same woman.
#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents the first novel in a compelling trilogy about three brothers bound by fate, blood, and a timeless enemy. In the town of Hawkins Hollow, it's called The Seven. Every seven years, on the seventh day of the seventh month, strange things happen. It began when three young boys--Caleb, Fox, and Gage--went on a camping trip to The Pagan Stone... It is only February, but Caleb Hawkins--descendant of the town founders--has already seen and felt the stirrings of evil. Though he can never forget the beginning of the terror in the woods twenty-one years ago, the signs have never been this strong before. Cal will need the help of his best friends Fox and Gage, but surprisingly he must rely on a stranger as well. Reporter Quinn Black came to Hawkins Hollow hoping to make its eerie happenings the subject of her new book. She too can see the evil the locals cannot, somehow connecting her to the town--and to Cal. As winter turns to spring, they will shed their inhibitions, surrendering to a desire that will grow and form the cornerstone of a group of men and women bound by the fight against what is to come from out of the darkness... Don't miss the other books in the Sign of Seven trilogy The Hollow The Pagan Stone
Riveting, true-life story of a Christian Palestinian from Galilee brings to life the history of modern Israel and offers insight into living at peace.
There are two sides to every story. You've heard Thor's -- now it's time to hear Loki's. Odin's least favorite son rewrites Asgardian lore from his perspective, featuring the breathtaking painted artwork of Esad Ribic (WOLVERINE). In this story, Loki's insatiable lust for power, his conflicted sentiments toward Sif, his antipathy toward Balder, and the deep-seated feelings of longing and resentment toward his older brother, Thor, and uncaring father, Odin, will take on new meaning. And if that's not enough, just stare at the lush painted art by Ribic - you won't be disappointed! COLLECTING: Loki #1-4, Journey Into Mystery #85, Journey Into Mystery #112 (Tales of Asgard backup)
In 1962, boxing writers and fans considered Cassius Clay an obnoxious self-promoter, and few believed that he would become the heavyweight champion of the world. But Malcolm X, the most famous minister in the Nation of Islam-a sect many white Americans deemed a hate cult-saw the potential in Clay, not just for boxing greatness, but as a means of spreading the Nation's message. The two became fast friends, keeping their interactions secret from the press for fear of jeopardizing Clay's career. Clay began living a double life-a patriotic "good Negro" in public, and a radical reformer behind the scenes. Soon, however, their friendship would sour, with disastrous and far-reaching consequences. Based on previously untapped sources, from Malcolm's personal papers to FBI records, Blood Brothers is the first book to offer an in-depth portrait of this complex bond. Acclaimed historians Randy Roberts and Johnny Smith reconstruct the worlds that shaped Malcolm and Clay, from the boxing arenas and mosques, to postwar New York and civil rights-era Miami. In an impressively detailed account, they reveal how Malcolm molded Cassius Clay into Muhammad Ali, helping him become an international symbol of black pride and black independence. Yet when Malcolm was barred from the Nation for criticizing the philandering of its leader, Elijah Muhammad, Ali turned his back on Malcolm-a choice that tragically contributed to the latter's assassination in February 1965. Malcolm's death marked the end of a critical phase of the civil rights movement, but the legacy of his friendship with Ali has endured. We inhabit a new era where the roles of entertainer and activist, of sports and politics, are more entwined than ever before. Blood Brothers is the story of how Ali redefined what it means to be a black athlete in America-after Malcolm first enlightened him. An extraordinary narrative of love and deep affection, as well as deceit, betrayal, and violence, this story is a window into the public and
Blood Brothers presents the essential background and vital facts of a wonderful Old Testament narrative. It's a vivid portrayal of the unlikely relationship between two men of royal blood: David and Jonathan. More than just an appealing Bible story, the account of their friendship is a rich source of spiritual truths meant to help us better understand our relationship with Christ. Blood Brothers will expand your spiritual vision to include some often overlooked scriptural principles which can allow you to experience a greater measure of the rewarding fullness of the Christian life. "I found Blood Brothers biblical, relevant, and interesting. I have read and preached on the story of David and Jonathan many times in fifty-four years of ministry, and all I can say is if I had had this book earlier, I would have taught on the subject more effectively. That tells me this writing will be a real help to pastors, teachers, and individuals." -Dr. Charles T. Crabtree, president, Northpoint Bible College Sam Mason has been a pastor, evangelist, Bible teacher, gospel singer, and Christian broadcaster. He's also a published author and songwriter. Sam's love of God and His Word has been the foundation for all of these ventures, and his desire is to draw others into an intimate relationship with Christ.
When you’re running the streets, loyalty is everything... Gangs rule the streets of the rough Gallowburn Estate in Glasgow, but the deepest rivalry of all is between Jamie Gray and his friends, known as the Blood Brothers, and their enemies, the Lawsons. The two gangs clash frequently, but when a phone containing incriminating evidence disappears after a particularly brutal run-in, the stakes are higher than ever. Jamie’s mother Jackie is as hard as nails and is not going to let anyone hurt her boy – even if she has to roll up her sleeves and get stuck in. What she wants more than anything though, is to see Jamie turn his back on the street life. And when he meets spoilt rich-girl Allegra, who has a penchant for shoplifting, Jackie thinks she could be Jamie’s way out. But with the Lawsons closing in, and everyone taking sides, there is only one way out for Jamie, and to triumph he must take out his biggest enemy... If you love Martina Cole, Kimberley Chambers, and Jessie Keane, you’ll love Heather Atkinson. Discover the bestselling author Heather Atkinson, her crackling plots, unforgettable characters and page-turning pace and you'll never look back... What readers are saying about Heather Atkinson: 'Another brilliant book from Heather...she really is one the best in the business. ' 'I have read ALL Heather Atkinson's books. They are all fantastic.' 'All Heather's books are action packed and have you on edge.' 'I stumbled upon Heather's books and I'm so glad I did , characters excellent and storylines are great , I find myself searching the book stores for more of them to read the minute I finish one.'
DOUBLE TROUBLE That was what you got when cousins Gabe McBride, a Montana cowboy, and Randall Stanton, a British lord, traded places! What Gabe and Randall got was the challenge of their lives! Anything Randall could do, Gabe could do better—but tackling centuries of tradition proved tougher than he thought. Almost as tough as convincing a beautiful widowed mother, Frederica Crossman, that he was a risk worth taking. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, Randall knew anything Gabe could do, he could do, too. He was resourceful, competent, clever. He could handle everything—except gorgeous, feisty Claire Stevens. When Randall and Gabe took on a challenge, they never quit. But to win Claire and Freddie, they’d need all their lordly pluck and cowboy try!
Blood Brothers is the only known novel by German social worker and journalist Ernst Haffner, of whom nearly all traces were lost during the course of the Second World War. Told in stark, unsparing detail, Haffner's story delves into the illicit underworld of Berlin on the eve of Hitler's rise to power, describing how these blood brothers move from one petty crime to the next, spending their nights in underground bars and makeshift hostels, struggling together to survive the harsh realities of gang life, and finding in one another the legitimacy denied them by society.
Justin DeLong was a bright, energetic child when he was diagnosed with leukemia at age five. After going into remission for ten years, where he laughed and ran long-distance races and slowly entered adolescence, in July 2000 he succumbed to the disease twelve days after his fifteenth birthday. Lisa DeLong and her family were left to pick up the pieces. Then, six years later, they discovered their youngest son, Jacob, had leukemia too. This is Lisa's story of what it was like to have two sons with leukemia, a lifetime apart. As she struggles to understand how a loving God could allow this to happen, she searches for a way to keep her marriage, her family, and her own sanity together. Whether you're a mother, someone who has experienced cancer either in yourself or someone you love, or a medical professional, the story of these two Blood Brothers will allow you to see how, with faith, great triumph can come from unimaginable tragedy.--From publisher description.
Nestled deep inside the mysterious Atchafalaya swamplands, a boy climbed a lonely path that twisted through the pine scented forest. He welcomed the southerly breeze against his skin as he studied the shape of her thatch covered lodge that rested on the top of the small hill. The rays of the afternoon sun soothed his grief as he moved toward her resting site, carrying a blazing torch with him. He missed the time that he spent with her, learning her secrets that would make him a gifted healer. Perhaps, he thought, if I worked a little harder, then I might have been able to save her. When he saw Moki and Fala running towards him, he wished that this was just a bad dream as he studied the lines of her lonely poles that lifted her bed towards the gods, and gazed at the soft curvature of her body that was covered with a thick layer of blankets. How would she fight this beast? he wondered as he listened to the soft footsteps of his friends. When he saw their wide eyes and clenched jaws, he knew that they were afraid. Then he smelled the fear that hung in the air, like a thick fog on a chilly spring morning, and heard the horrifying growls of the Ol' Wolf, echoing through the distant pines; he knew that this mad man's transformation was just about complete.
Two books for the price of one; this book follows in the footsteps of the immensely successful dual biography Blood Rivals. This will be the only book to include the biographies of both of The Vampire Diaries stars. Ian Somerhalder plays Damon Salvatore, the elder and far more dangerous of two vampire brothers who share a long and bitter history, in the hit drama The Vampire Diaries. He has been nominated for a 2010 Teen Choice Award for "Choice TV Villain" for his portrayal. Somerhalder is well known for his role as Boone on J.J. Abrams' critically acclaimed drama Lost, for which he won the 2005 SAG Award as part of "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series". Somerhalder has starred in Lost City Raiders opposite James Brolin and the mini-series Marco Polo in which he played the title character opposite Brian Dennehy and B.D Wong. Other film credits include The Wake, Sensation of Sight, The Rules of Attraction, Life as a House, and In Enemy Hands. Paul Wesley stars as Stefan Salvatore, a vampire struggling to live at peace with human beings. Wesley's last role was as Jake Tanner, a young director, in Killer Movie, which premiered at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival. Other film credits include Peaceful Warrior, opposite Nick Nolte, and the cult favorite Roll Bounce. In 2007, Wesley starred in Fallen, a four-part mini-series based on the hit books by Tom Sniegoski. Wesley has also starred in hit television shows such as 24, American Dreams and 8 Simple Rules. Born and raised in New Brunswick, New Jersey, Wesley currently lives in Atlanta
Written specifically for GCSE students by academics in the field, the Methuen Drama GCSE Guides conveniently gather indispensable resources and tips for successful understanding and writing all in one place, preparing students to approach their exams with confidence. Key features include a critical commentary of the play with extensive, clearly labelled analyses on themes, characters and context. They take studying drama even further with sections on dramatic technique, critical reception, related works, fascinating behind-the-scenes interviews with playwrights, directors or actors, and a helpful glossary of dramatic terms. A well-established modern classic, Willy Russell's Blood Brothers tells the story of Mickey and Eddie, twins separated at birth who grow up to lead very opposite lives, but which constantly and inevitably intersect. Closely following the requirements of GCSE English Literature assessment objectives, these studies include expert advice on how to write about modern drama. With featured activities for group study and independent work, they are versatile and valuable to students and teachers alike.
When their father is violently murdered, two brothers find themselves on a collision course. Will their brotherly love save them from the violent confrontation that awaits.
'Blood Brother' is a moving story of twins seperated at birth and is a favourite with examining boards at GCSE. This photo-copiable resource is suited for pupils for both Foundation and Higher tier study and provides comprehensive analysis of plot, characters and themes in the play.
DOUBLE TROUBLE That was what you got when cousins Gabe McBride, a Montana cowboy, and Randall Stanton, a British lord, traded places! What Gabe and Randall got was the challenge of their lives!