Brutal Billionaire. Vengeful Kingpin. Fierce Protector. The mafia made me what I am. I take.
I destroy. But it's time to go legit. I'm the one in charge now. Men bow down to me. Women submit to me. Harper was supposed to be collateral. Now she's my property.
A strawberry blonde virgin with curves that could kill. If my enemies aren't careful, I'll do just that. They want to sell her, but I already own her. They said they're coming for me. Well, let them come. I can lose my life. But I won't lose her. When I'm through with them, they'll wish they were dead. Who will still be standing when the bullets fall?
Jeremiah Lynch was a businessman (and former San Francisco politician) who went to the Klondike in 1898, two years after gold was discovered.
He describes his three years in and around Dawson City as a miner and a merchant. His narrative is an articulate and highly colorful observation of the characters and the social environment of gold rush Dawson. The town is the real protagonist in this story. Fans of Northern Exposure will understand.
أنطون تشيخوف 1860-1904 بالنسبة للكثيرين من المهتمين بالأدب في كل أنحاء العالم هو أعظم كُتاب القصة القصيرة ورائدها الأهم. كما لا يقل أهمية عن ذلك ككاتب مسرحي وروائي استطاع عبر أعماله العديدة أن يحفر اسمه في ذاكرة الإنسانية، وأن يرسخ قيمًا فنية تحولت إلى مدارس ومذاهب في الكتابة، مازالت فاعلة ومؤثرة حتى الآن. هنا نقرأ أعمال تشيخوف بترجمة “أبو بكر يوسف” والتي تصدر في 4 مجلدات الاعمال القصصية - الروايات القصيرة - الروايات - المسرح وهي الترجمة التي يحرص الكثيرون على اقتنائها كترجمة متكاملة نقلت النص بحب فخرج على درجة عالية من الحساسية اللغوية الأخاذة هذا هو المجلد الأول. يضم القصص القصيرة لتشيخوف والتي وضعته على قائمة الكتب الأكثر مبيعا منذ بداية القرن العشرين وحتى الآن
Volume XXIII. This volume contains material written by John Burroughs, the American naturalist, best remembered for his essays on nature, in the closing months of his life.
Contents: Emerson and His Journals; Flies in Amber; Another Word on Thoreau; A Critical Glance into Darwin; What Makes a Poem?; Short Studies in Contrasts; Day by Day; Gleanings; and Sundown Papers. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
"As well as featuring an extremely large and diverse collection of papers on the latest in Agent based technologies, this book has a wonderful introduction by the Editors. If you are considering, or indulging in, researching agent software then you need this book." [email protected] from Glasgow, Scotland The world of agents comprises a broad range of intelligent programs that perform specific tasks on behalf of their users.
Agents are distinguished from other types of software by their status as independent entities capable of completing complex assignments without intervention, rather than as tools that must be manipulated by a user.
Largely the province of speculation before the early 1990s, agent research has flourished since the advent of the Internet, which has created an ideal operating environment. This important collection unifies the extensive recent literature on agent technology, presenting a wealth of the finest published papers on both theory and applications. Huhns and Singh have drawn on research communities in AI, databases, distributed computing, and programming languages to assemble the most comprehensive overview of the agent world available. The editors add a summary of the field and its terminology, history, and major issues, together with introductions to each of the thematic chapters and discussions of the significance and context of the individual papers.