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Author : SouthPaw
Publisher : NuVision Media
Page : 19 pages
File Size : 15,73 MB
Release : 2012-02-24
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 0985259604


Crosshairs is an explosive and weapons expert.

Christmas in the Crosshairs

Author : G. Q. Bowler
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Page : 310 pages
File Size : 23,66 MB
Release : 2017
Category : History
ISBN : 0190499001


Christmas, a global phenomenon adored by billions and a backbone of international trade, is the biggest single event on the planet. For Christians it is the second-most sacred date on the calendar. But whether one celebrates it or not, it engages billions of people who are caught up in its commercialism, music, sentiment, travel, and frenetic busyness. Since its controversial invention in the Roman Empire, Christmas has struggled with paganism, popular culture, fierce Christian opposition to its celebration, its abolition in Scotland and New England, and its neglect and near-death experience in the 1700s, only to be miraculously reinvented in the 1800s. The twentieth century saw it opposed by Bolsheviks, twisted by Hitler, and appropriated by every special interest group in the industrialized world. Lately it has been caught up in the cultural struggles between the left and the right in America, often misinterpreted as a war on Christmas, when the fight is really over whether religion in general will be allowed a public face. Gerry Bowler tells the fascinating story of the tug-of-war over Christmas, replete with cross-dressing priests, ranting Puritans, atheist witches, the League of the Militant Godless, aesthetic terrorists in Quebec and rap-singing Santa killers in Spain.

Cultural Heritage in the Crosshairs

Author : Joris Kila
Publisher : BRILL
Page : 374 pages
File Size : 18,69 MB
Release : 2013-05-15
Category : Political Science
ISBN : 9004251421


Environmental Law and Governance focuses on legal and governance issues of sustainable development (understood as development), which takes into account economic, social, and environmental aspects and the interfaces among them.

The Callaghan Septology V: Callaghan in the Crosshairs

Author : Kim Ekemar
Publisher : Bradley & Brougham Publishing House
Page : 162 pages
File Size : 44,78 MB
Release : 2022-10-23
Category : Fiction


Under the astute leadership of Vasily Ivanovich, the Russian Mafia in London is rapidly expanding its business in the UK and on the European continent, while strategically embarking on a new, ingenious way to launder the proceeds. The heir to the London gangster boss Jeremiah Flint’s fortune decides to send incriminating evidence about Matthias Callaghan to Scotland Yard in retaliation for Callaghan’s past dealings with his uncle. When Callaghan travels with his young family from Australia to Italy, he’s arrested on arrival. After being extradited to the UK, Callaghan is eventually released from jail after putting up the requested bail. However, after walking out of prison, he immediately vanishes despite, by court order, having been equipped with a tracking device. Everyone is looking for Callaghan, but no one knows where, or why, he has disappeared. KIRKUS REVIEWS: Ekemar revisits the adventurous exploits of Matthias Callaghan in this exhilarating opening to a new trilogy. Callaghan’s odyssey began when he was mutilated by Russian mobsters, received a face transplant at a Swiss clinic, and then set out to wreak revenge. Along the way, he switched faces again to assume his father’s identity and continued to juggle the myriad aspects of his convoluted life. Now, his Jekyll-and-Hyde existence seemingly behind him, Callaghan has a new family, a new house, and a new life in Australia. Ekemar spends the lion’s share of this installment laying out the protagonist’s situation while establishing the various characters and what roles they’ll play in the cliffhanger ending. He effectively assembles a complex web of mobsters, reporters, cops (clean and dirty, local and international), smugglers, and people who’ve been wronged by one or more of Callaghan’s ever shifting personae. The action bounces around to encompass Russian gangster machinations in the United Kingdom, a smuggling operation by plane and camel caravan in Morocco and Mauritania, other members of the Russian mob tailing a dirty cop as he lives it up in France, a crucial arrest at an Italian airport, and a blissfully ignorant Callaghan awaiting his third child. In between, Ekemar skillfully and unobtrusively recaps pertinent details of Callaghan’s unique history via dialogue, introspection, speculation, and exposition. Readers will find it useful to read Ekemar’s last four Callaghan books before approaching this one. However, it will surely please established fans. A fast-paced, page-turning continuation of a singular and thought-provoking series.

Crosshairs on the Kill Zone

Author : Charles W. Sasser
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Page : 384 pages
File Size : 43,13 MB
Release : 2004-07-01
Category : History
ISBN : 1416503625


From the jungles of Vietnam to the unforgiving deserts of Afghanistan and Iraq, one breed of soldier has achieved legendary status in the arena of combat—the sniper. From the authors of the classic sniper chronicle One Shot-One Kill comes a new generation of true tales from some of the most expert and deadly marksmen in the world. Meet Adelbert Waldron II, whose 109 confirmed kills in Vietnam made him the most successful sniper in American military history, and Tom "Moose" Ferran, who coined the term "Fetch!", whereupon the infantry would retrieve the sniper's dead quarry. Also included are stories from snipers in Beirut, the Bosnian conflict, and both wars with Iraq—including the feat of Sergeants Joshua Hamblin and Owen Mulder, who took down thirty-two enemy soldiers in a single day outside Baghdad in 2003. The military sniper has evolved into one of the most dangerous and highly-skilled warrior professions. They suffer through weather, terrain, and enemy action, lay unmoving for days on end, and take out their targets with unerring accuracy—proving that the deadliest weapon in any battle, anywhere in the world, is a single well-aimed shot.

Christianity in the Crosshairs

Author : Bill Wilson
Publisher : Destiny Image Publishers
Page : 209 pages
File Size : 17,70 MB
Release : 2004
Category : Christian life
ISBN : 0768429684


Bill Wilson, founder of Metro Ministries in New York City, has lived and ministered in the inner city for 35 years. Living directly in the line of fire Wilson has discovered, developed and applied valuable spiritual truths that have helped him build the largest Sunday School in the United States -- his staff ministers to 20,000 kids every week.

In the Crosshairs

Author : RJ Demers
Publisher : iUniverse
Page : 274 pages
File Size : 12,19 MB
Release : 2015-09-24
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 1491771054


Chris Slaughter is a hit man with everything going his way. He’s got the money, the car, the girl, and the career. Chris decides to call it quits and give up the contract killing business for good, but one vital mistake unfortunately puts him right back in the game. Unfortunately, this one error now changes Slaughter from the hunter to the hunted. A single shot from his rifle puts his life and the lives of those he loves in danger. Only he can fix the mistake and figure out who set him up, but in order to do so, he enters into the criminal underbelly of organized crime and gangs. What he really seeks is forgiveness, as he wonders if his job has sent him straight to Hell. Chris will go through anything to get his life back, from gun battles to car chases. He’ll need God’s help to find the people who wrecked his life, but when he finds them, they’re going to pay the cost of righteous injustice. Chris won’t lose this fight; he’s too good, and his enemies should know—people caught in Slaughter’s crosshairs always die.

The Warren Commission Report

Author : U.S. Government
Publisher : DigiCat
Page : 11350 pages
File Size : 29,61 MB
Release : 2023-11-13
Category : Social Science


Warren Commission Report is the result of the investigation regarding the assassination of United States President John F. Kennedy. The U.S. Congress passed Senate Joint Resolution 137 authorizing the Presidential appointed Commission to report on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, mandating the attendance and testimony of witnesses and the production of evidence. After eleven months of the investigation the Commission presented its findings in 888-page final report. The key findings presented in this report were that President Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald, that Oswald acted entirely alone and that Jack Ruby also acted alone when he killed Oswald two days later. The Commission's findings have proven controversial and have been both challenged and supported by later studies.

Adobe Flash CS3

Author :
Publisher : Against The Clock
Page : 386 pages
File Size : 16,80 MB
Release : 2008
Category : Computer graphics
ISBN : 9780976432470


AutoCAD 2013 For Dummies

Author : Bill Fane
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Page : 560 pages
File Size : 21,57 MB
Release : 2012-04-11
Category : Computers
ISBN : 1118392175


Bring your design vision to life with this full-color guide to AutoCAD 2013! Used by everyone from engineers and architects to interior designers and draftspeople, AutoCAD 2013 is the world’s leading 2D and 3D technical drawing program. But, with so many options and features available, finding your way around AutoCAD can be a challenge, even for experienced CAD professionals. AutoCAD 2013 For Dummies is here to help. You’ll learn to build a solid foundation for all your projects, use standard CAD techniques, get familiar with new tools and features, and start sharing your models and designs in no time with this easy-to-follow guide. Covers the latest AutoCAD features and techniques, including creating a basic layout, navigating the AutoCAD Ribbon, drawing and editing, working with dimensions, adding text, creating 3D models, and more Walks readers through setting up a drawing environment, applying visual styles, managing data across several drawings, and showcasing your designs to potential clients and customers Features full-color illustrations that mirror what you’ll see on your AutoCAD 2013 screens plus a companion website with downloadable drawing files so you can put your CAD skills to the test Whether you’re an AutoCAD amateur or a modeling master, AutoCAD 2013 For Dummies has something for you.