9 edition of Blood, the river of life found in the catalog.
by U.S. News Books in Washington, D.C
|Statement||by Jake Page and the editors of U.S. News Books.|
|Series||The Human body|
|Contributions||U.S. News Books.|
|LC Classifications||QP91 .P25|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||163 p. :|
|Number of Pages||163|
|ISBN 10||0891936041, 0891936343, 0891936645|
|LC Control Number||81016323|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Page, Jake. Blood, the river of life. Washington, D.C.: U.S. News Books, © (OCoLC) Online version.
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Chapter Summaries: Blood on the River by Elisa Carbone Chapter Page Summary 1 1 London, England. October Samuel “steals” his dead mother’s locket and is arrested. 2 6 Reverend Hunt arranges for Samuel and Richard to travel to the New World. 3 14 Before setting sail on the Susan Constant, Captain John Smith and Sir Edward.
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This story starts off in the streets of England. The main character is named Samuel Collier. He's caught when he tries to steal his mothers locket from a pawn shop.
The person who catches him brings him to the ship yard to join the expedition to America. His capturer says to Captain John Smith that he is a hard worker so he would be good to. He brings it to life so realistically, you can almost feel the bullets whizzing past your face." --Storyteller Magazine Never Fight A Man miles from a railroad head in Texas, Chet Byrnes and a handful of cowboys set out to build a new life on the Arizona frontier.
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This is another impressive crime novel from Australian author, Tony Cavanaugh. Shelleyrae Cusbert. Blood River You need to be paying attention as it changes from each character, but that all adds to the storyline and events in the book. A great read, with well informed research and visualisation of the Brisbane area.
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Brisbane It’s hot. Stormy. Dangerous. The waters of the Brisbane River are rising. The rains won’t stop. People’s nerves are on edge. And then A body is found. And then another. And another. A string of seemingly ritualised but gruesome murders. All the victims are men. Affluent. Guys with nice houses, wives and kids .Published to rave reviews in the United Kingdom and named a Richard & Judy Book Club selection--the only work of nonfiction on the list-- Blood River is the harrowing and audacious story of Tim Butcher's journey in the Congo and his retracing of legendary explorer H.
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