He had allergies, too, and his nose was always running. If he wiped it on his
sleeve, his parents told him that was filthy, but he didn't always have a tissue.
They usually lived in nice enough houses, but they moved so often that he
always felt ...
Author: Ann Rule
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: True Crime
In the most extraordinary book Ann Rule has ever undertaken, America's master of true crime has spent more than two decades researching the story of the Green River Killer, who murdered more than forty-nine young women. The quest to discover the most prolific serial killer in American history has been an intimate part of Ann Rule's life, with some of the corpses found only a mile or so from where she lived and raised her own daughters. She did not know the killer, but he apparently knew her and attended many of her book signings. For twenty-one years, the killer carried out his self-described "career" as a killing machine, ridding the world of women he considered evil. His eerie ability to lure his victims to their deaths and hide their bodies made him far more dangerous than any infamous multiple murderer in the annals of crime. A few men -- including a law student, a truck painter, and a taxi driver -- eventually emerged as the prime suspects among an unprecedented forty thousand scrutinized by the Green River Task Force. Still, there was no physical evidence linking any of them to the murders until 2001, when investigators used a new DNA process on a saliva sample they had preserved since 1987, with stunning results. Ann Rule has followed the case since July 1982, when the first body -- that of teenager Wendy Lee Coffield -- was found in the Green River, snagged on pilings under a bridge. Rule has compiled voluminous files, working through an incredible 95,000 pages of official police records, transcripts, photographs, and maps, winnowing out the chaff and identifying what is truly important. Over the years, she gained unparalleled access to all the key players -- from King County Sheriff Dave Reichert to those close to the killer and his victims. When finally apprehended and convicted, the killer made a detailed confession -- of his twisted sexual obsessions -- that will shock even the most jaded reader. Green River, Running Red is a harrowing account of a modern monster, a killer who walked among us undetected. It is also the story of his quarry -- of who these young girls were, and who they might have become. A chilling look at the darkest side of human nature, this is the most important and most personal book of Ann Rule's long career.
I keep telling myself where I am. When he tells me, I am lost. My mother never
told anyone about the letter. She simply said she called the doctor's house to ask
if Chris and I were there. It was easier for her if people thought Paul died to save
Author: Linda Anne Atterton
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
When Grace’s father dies she is left with an uncaring mother and a brother, Chris, who becomes the centre of her world of sea and sand on the windswept North Norfolk coast. Grace’s mother remarries, and her rich stepfather pays for Chris to go to boarding school. Knowing that his dream is to become a doctor, Grace lets him go. The price she pays for her brother’s dream is her own nightmare in the hands of her stepfather. She finds a way to escape by pretending she is somewhere safe, by turning into something else. But how safe is the sea? How long can you hold your breath before you drown? When Grace, in desperation, turns to the sea for help what will the sea demand from her in return? This poignant story of love and loss pulls no punches. It carries us through sunshine and shadow to a terrible end that must become, somehow, a new beginning...
A few things to keep in mind about handlers Handlers usually run after all of the
tasks are run at the end of the play. They run only once, even if they are notified
multiple times. If a play contains multiple handlers, the handlers always run in the
Author: Lorin Hochstein
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Among the many configuration management tools available, Ansible has some distinct advantages—it’s minimal in nature, you don’t need to install anything on your nodes, and it has an easy learning curve. With this updated second edition, you’ll learn how to be productive with this tool quickly, whether you’re a developer deploying code to production or a system administrator looking for a better automation solution. Authors Lorin Hochstein and René Moser show you how to write playbooks (Ansible’s configuration management scripts), manage remote servers, and explore the tool’s real power: built-in declarative modules. You’ll discover that Ansible has the functionality you need—and the simplicity you desire. Manage Windows machines, and automate network device configuration Manage your fleet from your web browser with Ansible Tower Understand how Ansible differs from other configuration management systems Use the YAML file format to write your own playbooks Work with a complete example to deploy a non-trivial application Deploy applications to Amazon EC2 and other cloud platforms Create Docker images and deploy Docker containers with Ansible This book is best read start to finish, with later chapters building on earlier ones. Because it’s written in a tutorial style, you can follow along on your own machine. Most examples focus on web applications.
Your runner Profile What You'll learn (well some of it, because there's a ton of info
in this book) i just got started and i run about 30 minutes three times a week. i run
for my health and to keep my weight in check. at this point, i'm testing the ...
Author: Jordan Metzl
Category: Sports & Recreation
Step into my office if you want to run faster, stronger, and pain-free. Whether you're a new runner training for your first race or an experienced marathoner, this cutting-edge book will keep you on the road and running faster. With comprehensive, illustrated information on running health and injury prevention, this book also includes access to videos addressing such issues as shin splints, plantar fasciitis, stress fractures, and runner's knee. Not only will runners be able to read about how they can treat and prevent hundreds of medical and nutritional issues, they'll be able to walk into a top-level video consultation 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, from anywhere in the world!
“He said, 'I always told my wife that the day a woman beat me was the day I
would quit running. But today, you showed me that is the wrong attitude. You beat
me because you are very good, so I will keep running.'” On her return to Southern
Author: Amby Burfoot
Publisher: Rodale Books
Category: Sports & Recreation
Today, millions of women and girls around the world enjoy running and entering races. It wasn’t always so: • In 1961, when Julia Chase edged to the start of a Connecticut 5-miler, officials tried to push her off the road. • At the 1966 Boston Marathon, Roberta Gibb hid behind a forsythia bush, worried that police might arrest her. • The next year at Boston, Kathrine Switzer was assaulted mid-race by a furious race organizer. • In the mid-60s, Indianapolis high schooler Cheryl Bridges was told not to run anywhere near the boys’ track team because she might “distract” them. • When Charlotte Lettis signed up for the University of Massachusetts cross-country team in the fall of 1971, she was told to use the men’s locker room. • A few years later in coastal Maine, young Joan Benoit would stop her workouts to pretend she was picking roadside flowers, embarrassed that her neighbors might spot her running. First Ladies of Running tells the inspiring stories of these and other fiercely independent runners who refused to give up despite the cultural and sports barriers they faced. Legends such as Doris Brown, Francie Larrieu, Mary Decker, Jackie Hansen, Miki Gorman, and Grete Waitz are chronicled by Runner’s World editor Amby Burfoot. Burfoot even runs the 1994 Marine Corps Marathon with Oprah Winfrey, whose successful finish opened the floodgates for other women runners. First Ladies of Running is a beautiful and long-overdue tribute to the pioneers of women’s running, and a gift of empowerment for female runners everywhere.
This ebook features an illustrated biography of Luis J. Rodríguez including rare images from the author’s personal collection.
Author: Luis J. Rodríguez
Publisher: Open Road Media
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The award-winning memoir of life in an LA street gang from the acclaimed Chicano author and former Los Angeles Poet Laureate: “Fierce, and fearless” (The New York Times). Luis J. Rodríguez joined his first gang at age eleven. As a teenager, he witnessed the rise of some of the most notorious cliques in Southern California. He grew up knowing only a life of violence—one that revolved around drugs, gang wars, and police brutality. But unlike most of those around him, Rodríguez found a way out when art, writing, and political activism gave him a new path—and an escape from self-destruction. Always Running spares no detail in its vivid, brutally honest portrayal of street life and violence, and it stands as a powerful and unforgettable testimonial of gang life by one of the most acclaimed Chicano writers of his generation. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Luis J. Rodríguez including rare images from the author’s personal collection.
machine with the PTO shaft running . ... These safety rules are recommended by
the Farm Equipment Running the Snapping Unit Institute and the National Safety
Council : To ... Always run the picker at the correct speed for the field conditions .
However much you feed a wolf , it always looks to the forest . We are all wolves ...
You may run with someone running , but once you realise that he is running
nowhere , always running , running because he ' s running , running in order to
Dogs are running ready , in heat . They ' re making off with other dogs , making
runts with heart - holes , making bullies , making us lock them up in kicked - out
old horse stalls . Dogs are always running into the road , not running back .
Temina did week always reminded me of what I used to do with ants when I was
a little kid . You ever play with ants much ? I did . Back home in Oklahoma it
seemed like there were a hell of a lot of ants . I was always running into piles of
Author: Ronald L. Ruiz
Publisher: Arte Publico Press
Traces the creation of criminal, Jesus Oliva, a Mexican American boy who is at first shaped into the perfect victim by his grandmother and parish priest, but eventually snaps and begins a life of crime and violence
... sysficient severity to cause fracture , always tem of double joints in the human
body , suggests the possibility of muscle ... ingines — are always running -
always ready at dispensable . any instant to go into motion , their steam is always
Hewitt, who has complete 25 marathons in conditions raging from blistering heat to snow and ice, in locations around the world, tells his story of an ordinary guy's addiction to marathon running.
Author: Phil Hewitt
Publisher: Summersdale Pub Limited
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Marathons make you miserable, but they also give you the most unlikely and the most indescribable pleasures. It's a world that I love - a world unlocked when you dress up in lycra, put plasters on your nipples and run 26.2 miles in the company of upwards of 30,000 complete strangers. Phil Hewitt, who has completed over 25 marathons in conditions ranging from blistering heat to snow and ice, distils his personal experiences into a light-hearted account of his adventures along the way from Berlin to New York, and explores our growing fascination with marathon running. This story of an ordinary guy'saddiction to running marathons - an addiction hundreds of thousands share - looksat the highs and lows, the motivation that keeps you going when your body is crying out to stop, and tries to answer the ultimate question, 'Why do you do it?'
Author: Reader's Digest AssociationPublish On: 1984
People have always run , but in recent years Running and jogging increase
strength in the jogging and running have become almost a legs and lead to
improved functioning of the national pastime . There are many reasons for this ...
Author: Reader's Digest Association
Publisher: Readers Digest
Category: Health & Fitness
This all-purpose health book covers topics ranging from nutrition and exercise to beauty care and alternative medicine, with special sections on the health of children, the elderly, and pregnant women and test to rate one's personal fitness lifestyle
Author: New York (State). State Engineer and SurveyorPublish On: 1879
It may be looked to as not an un . important matter , that a baggage or mail car
may soon be run from Buffalo upon ... In regard to always running passage cars
in the rear of every car for the conveyance of the mails , baggage or freight of any
Author: New York (State). State Engineer and Surveyor
Some people seem to drain their reserves continually , always running on
nervous energy , hardly sleeping or deliberately creating stressful situations or
melodramas as a way of making the adrenalin pump and making themselves feel
They ' re always running down the profession , they are cynical about its future ,
they make snide remarks about the busy work in classes , and they just don ' t
seem to be interested in what they ' re doing . What kind of librarians can they be