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  1. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate 2010-03-09 20:16:14 Boxid IA114920 Camera Canon 5D City New York Donor alibris Edition 2003 Hardcover ed.

  2. About Hornet’s Nest. Patricia Cornwell turns from forensics to police procedures in Hornet’s Nest. The gritty, heroic life of big-city police is seen through the eyes of three leading crimefighters from Charlotte, North Carolina–Police Chief Judy Hammer, Deputy Chief Virginia West, and ambitious young reporter Andy Brazil.

  3. 1 de jan. de 2003 · A New York Times Bestseller. A Featured Alternate of the Literary Guild, Doubleday Book Club, and Book of the Month Club In the first novel by a U. S. President, Jimmy Carter brings to life the Revolutionary War as it was fought in the Deep South. He reminds us that much of the fight took place there, in a struggle of great and small battles of ...

  4. In this final graphic novel adaptation of Stieg Larsson's international bestseller, Lisbeth Salander lies in critical condition, a bullet wound to her head, in the intensive care unit of a Swedish hospital. She's fighting for her life in more ways than one: If and when she recovers, she'll be taken back to Stockholm to stand trial for three ...

  5. The Hornet's Nest is a 2014 American documentary film about the Afghanistan war, directed and produced by David Salzberg and Christian Tureaud. The film follows two journalists, Mike Boettcher and Carlos Boettcher (a father and son), embedded with a group of United States Army soldiers from 101st Airborne Division sent on a mission into one of Afghanistan's most hostile valleys.

  6. Carter, Jimmy. A debut novel by the Nobel laureate and best-selling author of An Hour Before Daylight offers a richly textured study of the American South during the Revolutionary War, chronicling the story of Ethan Pratt, his wife Epsey, and their neighbors, Kindred and Mavis Morris, as they become caught up in the conflict and the growing ...

  7. The Hornet’s Nest follows a cast of characters and their loved ones on both sides of this violent conflict—including some who are based on the author’s ancestors. At the heart of the story is Ethan Pratt, who in 1766 moves with his wife, Epsey, from Philadelphia to North Carolina and then to Georgia in 1771, in the company of Quakers.