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Satan S Spy

Author : André Le Gallo
ISBN : 9781495600753
Genre : Fiction
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We first meet Steve Church on a business trip in Bahrain where terrorists attempt to take over the hotel where he is staying. Using prior CIA training and tradecraft, Steve is able to blunt the attack until the police arrive. On the same day, the Director of the National Clandestine Service at the CIA calls to tell him that she wants to see him urgently. Steve, not knowing the nature of her interest, is conflicted. He is not wild about getting involved again with an overly bureaucratic CIA, and he knows that another CIA assignment would kill his relationship with his live-in girl friend Kella, a former French intelligence officer. Nevertheless, without being an adrenalin junky, he prefers the excitement of the CIA to working for West Gate, a defense contractor, where he is a fast tracker. Initially astonished and dejected that Steve will again risk his life to obtain information that policy makers will ignore, Kella is unable to change Steve's mind. Not willing to break off the relationship, Kella executes a mental somersault and recruits herself to go with Steve as his communicator. Meanwhile in Iran, the man who will become Steve's nemesis, Ali Mousavi, captures, interrogates and executes a scientist suspected of working for the CIA, the Great Satan's spy agency. He also orders a young American with uncertain loyalties, to Tehran from his home in California to work on a special project. Although Steve's father Marshall is now semi-retired from the CIA (does a spy ever retire?), he recruits an Iranian intelligence operative on a secret mission to the United States. Without a permanent presence in Iran, the CIA turns to Steve to handle the new agent (XYSENTINEL) in Tehran. Under business cover, Steve and Kella take over the case in Tehran. Their initial goal is to collect intelligence on Iran's nuclear plans and capabilities. Instead, they learn that Iran is preparing a massive cyber attack against the United States. Iran's theocracy, humiliated by th
Category: Fiction

The Satanic Epic

Author : Neil Forsyth
ISBN : 0691113394
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Satan of Paradise Lost has fascinated generations of readers. This book attempts to explain how and why Milton's Satan is so seductive. It reasserts the importance of Satan against those who would minimize the poem's sympathy for the devil and thereby make Milton orthodox. Neil Forsyth argues that William Blake got it right when he called Milton a true poet because he was "of the Devils party" even though he set out "to justify the ways of God to men." In seeking to learn why Satan is so alluring, Forsyth ranges over diverse topics--from the origins of evil and the relevance of witchcraft to the status of the poetic narrator, the epic tradition, the nature of love between the sexes, and seventeenth-century astronomy. He considers each of these as Milton introduces them: as Satanic subjects. Satan emerges as the main challenge to Christian belief. It is Satan who questions and wonders and denounces. He is the great doubter who gives voice to many of the arguments that Christianity has provoked from within and without. And by rooting his Satanic reading of Paradise Lost in Biblical and other sources, Forsyth retrieves not only an attractive and heroic Satan but a Milton whose heretical energies are embodied in a Satanic character with a life of his own.
Category: Literary Criticism

Disappearing Persons

Author : Benjamin Kilborne
ISBN : 0791451992
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In Disappearing Persons, psychoanalyst Benjamin Kilborne looks at how we control appearance as an attempt to manage or take charge of our feelings. Arguing that the psychology of appearance has not been adequately explored, Kilborne deftly weaves together examples from literature and his own clinical practice to establish shame and appearance as central fears in both literature and life, and describes how shame about appearance can generate not only the wish to disappear but also the fear of disappearing. A hybrid of applied literature and psychoanalysis, Disappearing Persons helps us to understand the roots of the psychocultural crisis confronting our increasingly appearance-oriented, shame-driven society.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Red Cell

Author : Andre Le Gallo
ISBN : 9780988591998
Genre : Fiction
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In their latest assignment, Steve Church and Kella Hastings, members of a CIA out-of-the-box unit called the Red Cell, find themselves in the crosshairs of the Quds Force, Iran's elite commando group, as payback for a recent operation against the Tehran regime. In a series of thrusts and counter-thrusts, Steve and Kella battle General Ghassem Yosemani, the Quds Force commander, in operations and escapes that take them across Brussels, Paris, New York, and finally San Francisco, as Yosemani becomes ever more determined to kill Steve and Kella and wreak chaos and devastation on the U.S. economy. The Red Cell is the last book in the trilogy including The Caliphate and Satan's Spy, all written by former master spy and master storyteller André Le Gallo, and all painting a vivid, fictionalized picture of the intense but covert war that has been going on between Iran and the United States since the Tehran hostage crisis.
Category: Fiction

The Birth Of Satan

Author : T. J. Wray
ISBN : 9781466886889
Genre : Religion
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Of all the demons, monsters, fiends, and ogres to preoccupy the western imagination in literature, art, and film, no figure has been more feared—or misunderstood--than Satan. But how accurate are the popular images of Satan? How--and why--did this rather minor biblical character morph into the very embodiment of evil? T.J. Wray and Gregory Mobley guide readers on a journey to retrace Satan's biblical roots. Engaging and informative, The Birth of Satan is a must read for anyone who has ever wondered about the origins of the Devil.
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The Return Of Gabriel

Author : Richard V. Shriver
ISBN : 9781477162415
Genre : Philosophy
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This collection of letters is a continuation of my earlier collection, The Gabriel Letters. I stumbled on the idea of writing imagined letters from an archangel advising a young guardian, while reading an introduction to C. S. Lewis Screwtape Letters. It has been a marvelous way perhaps delusional of standing back and imagining that I can see the world through angel eyes. The amazing result for me has been a sense of objectivity and good will. The intended purpose of the letters is to apply to all things the idea of Gods complete love (self-sacrificing, eternal, parent-like love). This idea is the center of Christianity. It is Jesus message, and it is St. Pauls good news. If we desire to be Christian, we should begin, it seems to me, by attempting to apply Jesus teachings to all things: to our behavior; to our human relationships, especially family; to our work and our business dealings; to the way we run our churches; and to the way we study the scriptures. If we take Jesus seriously, we must reevaluate much of the Bible the parts which are not specifically the teachings of Jesus. Jesus, Himself, questioned much of the scriptures. These letters cover a variety of subjects, many of them Biblical. Some Biblical passages need correction in light of Jesus ideas. Some Biblical passages are so marvelous that we need to lift them to the sky and shout, Look at this! Some Biblical passages are confusing, and we need to wrestle with them. But in all, we should be trying to see them through Jesus eyes. To see through Jesus eyes is, I suspect, what the true Gabriel wants, and it is the intent of this book. - Richard V. Shriver
Category: Philosophy

Spiritual Warfare Basic Training

Author : Michael Mudge
ISBN : 9781477285404
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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This book is written for my grandson, Christian Mudge. He is a young Christian enlisted in the Lord’s army. I hope that this book on basic training will help Christian and other new volunteers in their fight against Satan and his troops.
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Satan S Choice

Author : Bonita Wagner
ISBN : 9781469707891
Genre : Fiction
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Selling real estate in Marsh Creek becomes a deadly profession for Andrea Jordan when she sells a rural home to charismatic Steve Jamison who has a hidden life. Steve casts a spell over Andrea and she soon finds herself falling in love with him, not realizing the heinous plan he has for her. A series of hideous crimes begin to plague the town. Suspicion falls on Steve. Even though all the warning signs are there, and her friends continuously warn her about him, Andrea refuses to believe Steve is the evil person they say he is. One night the truth comes crashing down around her.
Category: Fiction

Satan S Reach

Author : Eric Brown
ISBN : 9781849976343
Genre : Fiction
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Telepath Den Harper did the dirty work for the authoritarian Expansion, reading the minds of criminals, spies and undesirables, for years. Unable to take the strain, he stole a starship and headed into the void, a sector of lawless space known as Satan’s Reach. For five years he worked as a trader among the stars – then discovered that the Expansion had set a bounty hunter on his trail. But what does the Expansion want with a lowly telepath like Harper? Is there something in the rumours that human space is being invaded by aliens from another realm? Harper finds out the answer to both these questions when he rescues a young woman from certain death – and comes face to face with the terrible aliens known as the Weird.
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Satan S Stronghold

Author : Robert Gallant
ISBN : 9780595404674
Genre : Fiction
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While doing graduate environmental studies in the Louisiana Atchafalaya Basin, collegiate swimming champion Chesney Barrett expected her only dangers would be water moccasins and alligators. Then Travis Weld, leader of a clandestine government team, recruits her to search for an illicit drug operation. With its drenched forests, labyrinths of meandering bayous, and deserted coastlines, the swamp is a perfect hiding place for a drug dealer. In a combative, sometimes sensual relationship, Weld plunges Chesney into an arena where deception is the norm, sex is a weapon, and death separates winners from losers. Seducing plantation owner Jacques Dupree gives Chesney access to his vast Basin plantation. But can she elude traps set by the plantation's foreman Tate Melancon, the drug operation's leader? The handsome, wealthy Dupree wants to marry Chesney, but she is rushing toward a likely fatal confrontation instead of embracing his ardent courtship. When that final conflict comes, and Dupree realizes Chesney has deceived him, whose side will he be on? But, more importantly, can Chesney trust Weld, or is she an expendable pawn in his obsession to destroy the drug operation?
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