The Last Policeman

Author: Ben H. Winters
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ISBN: 9781594746741
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When the Earth is doomed by an imminent asteroid collision, homicide detective Hank Palace considers the worth of his job in a world destined to end in six months and investigates a suspicious suicide that nobody else cares about.

Countdown City

Author: Ben H. Winters
Publisher: Quirk Books
ISBN: 1594746273
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Now Detective Hank Palace returns in Countdown City, the second volume of the Last Policeman trilogy. There are just 77 days before a deadly asteroid collides with Earth, and Detective Palace is out of a job.

World Of Trouble

Author: Ben H. Winters
Publisher: Quirk Books
ISBN: 1594746869
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Nominated for the 2015 Edgar Award for Best Paperback Original Critically acclaimed author Ben H. Winters delivers this explosive final installment in the Edgar Award winning Last Policeman series.

Author: สุมาลี
Publisher: Nanmeebooks
ISBN: 6160434446
Size: 11.20 MB
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‘สุมาลี’ นักเขียนและนักแปลวรรณกรรมเยาวชนชื่อดัง ...

Apocalyptic Chic

Author: Barbara Brodman
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1683930517
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With The Last Policeman trilogy, Ben H. Winters brings the forces of these two
genres together to create a stunning literary experience of apocalypse. Ultimately
, these novels show us the redemptive value of living a full, meaningful life
despite death's certainty. Notes 19. Heather Masri, Science Fiction: Stories and
Contexts (New York: 1. Ben H. Winters, The Last Policeman (Philadelphia, PA:
Quirk Books, 2009), Kindle edition, 59. 2. Joshua Rothman, “A Better Way to
Think about the ...

The Last Supper

Author: Charles McCarry
Publisher: Gerald Duckworth & Co
ISBN: 0715641999
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Don't obey them in anything.” “Now,” Hubbard said to the Gestapo man, “I
demand to see your superior officer.” The Gestapo man's hands were flat on the
desk. He lifted his right index finger, the smallest possible gesture. One of the
policemen hit Hubbard on the right kidney with his baton. Another looped a chain
around Hubbard's thumb and twisted. A third seized him by the arm and twisted it
to his shoulder blades. The last policeman stood, legs spread, baton held across
his thighs, ...

The Last Mission

Author: John J. Pat Ryan
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1450286593
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The farmer meanwhile, righted his cycle, set the trailer back up, and proceeded to
reload the trailer, picking vegetables up from the street, walking around in front of
the policeman, bowing, then placing the vegetables in the cart. This went on until
the vegetables were all loaded. There were hundreds of people taking pictures
and the policeman ignored everyone but the vehicular traffic. At last, the farmer
climbed back onto his bike, foot on pedal and looked up for his signal to turn right
.

The Children Of The Poor

Author: Jacob August Riis
Publisher:
ISBN:
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For many hours after that has passed, as after every public show that costs
nothing, the matron's room at Police Headquarters is crowded with youngsters
who have followed it miles and miles from home, devouring its splendors with
hungry eyes until the last elephant, the last soldier, or the last policeman
vanished from sight and the child comes back to earth again and to the
knowledge that he is lost. If the delights of his life are few, its sorrows do not sit
heavily upon him either. He is in ...

The Last Summer Of The Death Warriors

Author: Francisco X. Stork
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 0545283140
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He was a policeman. “How are you feeling?” the policeman asked. D.Q. and the
bus driver were talking to a second policeman. D.Q. seemed agitated. He was
waving his arms, pointing at Pancho and then pointing someplace outside. “You
bleeding anywhere?” the policeman said. “You don't bleed when you get hit in
the balls,” he said. Then he remembered that Josie and Marisol were within
earshot. “Sorry.” He glanced at Marisol. She wasn't smiling. The policeman asked
, “Can you ...

The Last Brother

Author: Nathacha Appanah
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1849167885
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The policeman glanced atthe shed and I prayed that David would make no sound
.I lookedat my mother and atthat momentshe turned her head towards meand my
fatherspotted us.His face froze, slowly he turned his gaze towards the shedand
Iwas convinced thathe could see right through the sheets of corrugated iron
forhiseyes grew wider and wider untilit seemed to me thatthey would leap out
oftheir sockets. He was breathing moreand more heavily, his shirt rose andfell
rapidly, ...