It must be admitted that Peter's first talk with Harry Tebbits frightened that worthy almost as much as “our Mr. Jameson” had frightened Turkovitch in Nirvana days. Still, Harry listened. “Yes, I know we don't produce as cheap as we ...
Author: Gilbert Frankau
DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "Peter Jameson" (A Modern Romance) by Gilbert Frankau. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.
“ If we were Indians , ” Peter whispered , not quite so loudly as before , then I could ask my question in sign language and not disturb the class . ” Mrs. Johnson smiled and nodded , and Peter smiled , and then he had a far - away look ...
Author: Sylvan Zaft
Peter Jameson' s secret language is a work of fiction. However, the secret language (esperanto) is real.
Author: Frank Bull, Chris Bonnett, Steve AdamsonPublish On: 2015-10-21
The Promenade after the raid This was the last air raid on Bridlington in which people were killed but a further air raid took place on Flamborough on the 12th September 1941 and killed Peter Jameson, the only civilian death occurring ...
Author: Frank Bull, Chris Bonnett, Steve Adamson
As its title suggests this is not just a list of names and dates but a serious research into the people behind the names on the various WW2 memorials in Bridlington including all the old boys of Bridlington School who died in WW2. The book begins with a detailed look at where the memorials are, when they were made and the names that appear on them. This is followed by the roll of honour itself, an alphabetical listing which gives a full page to each person named on the memorials. The Authors have used 'typical' family history resources in order to give as much biographical detail as possible, who they were, their parents, husbands / wives and children, where and how they died and what they did before enlistment. Some died in well-known land battles, some went down with their ships, while others were in aircraft that failed to return home. Not all were in the armed forces and these met their deaths through bombing raids and accidents of war. This is their story.
Jameson then turned his attention to reasons why Mark may have altered Matthew's order . In his view , Mark's principal motive for rearranging Matthew's order was his association with the apostle Peter . This may seem somewhat naive in ...
Author: David J. Neville
Publisher: Mercer University Press
This monograph provides a "comprehensive history of the various arguments focusing on the order of pericopes in the Gospels to ascertain their original sequence of composition." - Editor's Foreward.
Tightly controlled, Peter asked, “Do you have any proof of that?” “Nothing solid yet. But maybe I would if you were still doing whatever you did that let you get all those pictures of him.” Jameson narrowed his eyes. “Or maybe not.
Author: Jim Butcher
Publisher: Titan Books
Collecting three classic fan-favorite Spider-Man novels together for the first time in a brand-new omnibus edition. THE DARKEST HOURS by Jim Butcher When Black Cat foils Spider-Man’s attempts to stop the Rhino rampaging through Times Square, she informs him the Rhino is just a distraction. The real threat comes from a group of Ancients, members of the same race as the being called Morlun, seeking revenge for Spider-Man defeating them years before. Spidey must rely on Black Cat if there’s any hope of stopping them again, before they can steal his life force. DOWN THESE MEAN STREETS by Keith R.A. DeCandido A mysterious drug known as Triple X has been giving users super-powers as well as rendering them mentally and physically unstable. Only by teaming up with a police force that hates him can Spider-Man find the source behind this lethal drug and protect people from those using it. But one of Spider-Man’s most fearsome enemies may be behind it all as part of a greater scheme to bring down the city. DROWNED IN THUNDER by Christopher L. Bennett. The ongoing conflict between Spider-Man and his longtime outspoken nemesis, crusading newspaper publisher J. Jonah Jameson, reaches a whole new level when JJJ exploits several mysterious attacks on Manhattan island in his propaganda war against the web-slinger.
Peter Jameson was at the far end, looking smug. There was no sign of Bernard Sweeting. Jack wasn't surprised. He'd been on stress leave for the past two weeks. The strain of keeping his findings a secret must have been too much for him.
Author: Donna Hay
Publisher: Hachette UK
What do you do as a single parent when your kids don't want to share you with anyone else - except the person you least want? Single mother Tess is used to having to fight for her disabled son's rights, and is wary of getting too close to men. But Dan, at seventeen, is more independent than she realises, to the extent that he has taken it upon himself to bring his parents back together whether Tess wants it or not. Meanwhile, to their Yorkshire town moves Jack, a widower with a mountain of baggage and a stroppy teenage daughter. In this sparkling novel Donna Hay tackles tough issues with warm-hearted comedy as she writes about love and families - and being some kind of hero...
“Larry Churchill from Indianapolis, IN; Peter Jameson II from Jameson, VA.” Peter lunged forward and reached for the article in Bethany's hands. “He never told me about this accident,” Peter said in shock. Peter looked at Agnes, ...
Author: Barbara Zerfoss
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
A young girl disappears. Can secrets inside a three centuries-old journal save her life in time? Advertising agency owner, Bethany Miller, inherits an ancestral home from the biological mother she never knew. Inside a grandfather clock named The Timekeeper, she discovers a treasured family journal. Generations of first daughters each wrote one entry, sharing family secrets, chronicling courageous acts, the freeing power of forgiveness and more. Reading the women’s stories and timeless wisdom, Bethany begins to reassess her busy life and contemplates taking a chance on romance, but she can’t forget an alarming encounter with a girl’s soul-piercing eyes. They shot her a dire warning … right before she disappeared. Those eyes cause Bethany’s past, present and future to collide. Is history right on time to save a girl’s life? A modern-day suspenseful tale with elements of historical fiction, As Time Unfolds, will captivate you from the start and keep you guessing until The Timekeeper chimes twelve.
"219c Copeland Street, Battersea and his name is Peter." Richard nodded towards the entrance, "Come on then, I said earlier that I wanted to nick some poor bastard, let's go and see if this is the one?" >|<>l<>l<>l<>l< PETER JAMESON ...
Author: Christopher L. BennettPublish On: 2007-12-26
Instead, she said, "Hey, Pete, come and look at this. ... From the beginning, for reasons that continued to befuddle Peter, Jameson had latched on to Spider-Man as Public Enemy Numbers One through Ten inclusive and asserted it at every ...
Author: Christopher L. Bennett
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
The continuing conflict between Spider-Man and crusading newspaper publisher J. Jonah Jameson continues to escalate, with Jameson exploiting a series of mysterious attacks in Manhattan to manipulate public opinion, just when Spider-Man needs every ally in his corner as he searches for the truth about the killer robots he is trying to stop. Original.
Then she said: 'Do you have children, Mr Jameson?' 'Just a boy. Peter.' 'Does he live at home?' 'Nah, moved out. He works in a club up West called the Palermo. Lap-dancing or some such thing. He runs the bar, done well for himself.
Author: Jessie Keane
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Stay Dead is the heartstopping sixth book in Jessie Keane's bestselling Annie Carter series. Annie Carter finally believes that life is good. She and Max are back together and she has a new and uncomplicated life sunning herself in Barbados. It's what she's always dreamed of. Then she gets the news that her old friend Dolly Farrell is dead, and suddenly she finds herself back in London and hunting down a murderer with only one thing on her mind . . . revenge. But the hunter can so quickly become the hunted, and Annie has been keeping too many secrets. She's crossed and bettered a lot of people over the years, but this time the enemy is a lot closer to home and she may just have met her match . . .