Fire and Ice

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Sophie Rose is a crime reporter at a major Chicago newspaper and the daughter of Bobby Rose, a charming gentleman and big-time thief. When asked to write an exposé about her...

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Fire and Ice - Julie Garwood
pdf | 357 KB | English | Isbn: 0345512545 | Author: Julie Garwood | Release Date: 2008-12-30
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Sophie Rose is a crime reporter at a major Chicago newspaper and the daughter of Bobby Rose, a charming gentleman and big-time thief. When asked to write an exposé about her notorious father, Sophie quits and goes to work at a small newspaper, covering local personalities such as William Harrington, the 5K runner whose trademark is red socks. Those socks—with Sophie's business card tucked inside—are practically all that's found after Harrington is killed near Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, seemingly in a brutal polar bear attack. Sophie heads north to investigate, but danger follows in her wake. After one attempt on her life, she's assigned brash but sexy Jack MacAlister as a bodyguard. But Sophie and Jack will soon be fighting more than their growing passion for each other. Powerful forces will stop at nothing to prevent the exposure of the sinister conspiracy Sophie and Jack are about to uncover.
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#1 Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice Book Julie Garwood
  • Author : Julie Garwood
  • Publisher : Ballantine Books
  • Release Date : 2008-12-30
  • Total Pages : 336
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (13)

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Sophie Rose is a crime reporter at a major Chicago newspaper and the daughter of Bobby Rose, a charming gentleman and big-time thief. When asked to write an exposé about her notorious father, Sophie quits and goes to work at a small newspaper, covering local personalities such as William Harrington, the 5K runner whose trademark is red socks. Those socks—with Sophie's business card tucked inside—are practically all that's found after Harrington is killed near Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, seemingly in a brutal polar bear attack. Sophie heads north to investigate, but danger follows in her wake. After one attempt on her life, she's assigned brash but sexy Jack MacAlister as a bodyguard. But Sophie and Jack will soon be fighting more than their growing passion for each other. Powerful forces will stop at nothing to prevent the exposure of the sinister conspiracy Sophie and Jack are about to uncover.

#2 Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice Book J. A. Jance
  • Author : J. A. Jance
  • Publisher : Harper Collins
  • Release Date : 2009-07-21
  • Total Pages : 448
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (7)

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“In the gripping Fire and Ice, Jance showcases both Beaumont and Brady….The prolific Jance…is in fine form.” —Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel New York Times bestseller J.A. Jance reunites two of her most popular series characters—Cochise County Sheriff Joanna Brady and Seattle detective J.P. Beaumont—in Fire and Ice, as the separate investigations into grisly homicides in two different states shockingly intertwine. As Jance proved in her previous Beau/Brady pairing, Partner in Crime, when these two join forces, fireworks happen. Fire and Ice is not to be missed.

#3 Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice Book Paul Garrison
  • Author : Paul Garrison
  • Publisher : Great Scott! eBooks
  • Release Date : 2014-10-03
  • Total Pages :
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (228)

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For more than a decade, the world's oceans have been home to Michael and Sarah Stone and their young daughter Ronnie, who live aboard the sailing yacht Veronica, bringing medical care to remote islands. But their peaceful life is shattered when a medical distress call summons Sarah and Ronnie to a gargantuan commercial vessel lying still ominous in the equatorial Pacific. Michael, left behind to tend to an ailing islander, watches with growing horror as Veronica is hauled onto the deck of the hulking metal behemoth and is carried away.Stranded and alone a thousand miles from civilization—with only a primitive canoe at his disposal and no navigational equipment except the stars—Michael Stone must now do the impossible. He must find his kidnapped family and rescue them from the clutches of a madman. And, unbeknownst to him, Sarah and Ronnie's are not the only lives at stake... The debut of a remarkable new writer, Fire and Ice is an electrifying tale of suspense that races through the perilous waters to the worlds most exotic ports—toward an unforgettable climax as unexpected as it is unrelentingly intense.

#4 Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice Book Natalie Starkey
  • Author : Natalie Starkey
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release Date : 2021-09-30
  • Total Pages : 329
  • Genre : Nature
  • Review : (119)

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The volcano – among the most familiar and perhaps the most terrifying of all geological phenomena. However, Earth isn't the only planet to harbour volcanoes. In fact, the Solar System, and probably the entire Universe, is littered with them. Our own Moon, which is now a dormant piece of rock, had lava flowing across its surface billions of years ago, while Mars can be credited with the largest volcano in the Solar System, Olympus Mons, which stands 25km high. While Mars's volcanoes are long dead, volcanic activity continues in almost every other corner of the Solar System, in the most unexpected of locations. We tend to think of Earth volcanoes as erupting hot, molten lava and emitting huge, billowing clouds of incandescent ash. However, it isn't necessarily the same across the rest of the Solar System. For a start, some volcanoes aren't even particularly hot. Those on Pluto, for example, erupt an icy slush of substances such as water, methane, nitrogen or ammonia, that freeze to form ice mountains as hard as rock. While others, like the volcanoes on one of Jupiter's moons, Io, erupt the hottest lavas in the Solar System onto a surface covered in a frosty coating of sulphur. Whether they are formed of fire or ice, volcanoes are of huge importance for scientists trying to picture the inner workings of a planet or moon. Volcanoes dredge up materials from the otherwise inaccessible depths and helpfully deliver them to the surface. The way in which they erupt, and the products they generate, can even help scientists ponder bigger questions on the possibility of life elsewhere in the Solar System. Fire and Ice is an exploration of the Solar System's volcanoes, from the highest peaks of Mars to the intensely inhospitable surface of Venus and the red-hot summits of Io, to the coldest, seemingly dormant icy carapaces of Enceladus and Europa, an unusual look at how these cosmic features are made, and whether such active planetary systems might host life.

#5 The Way of Fire and Ice

The Way of Fire and Ice Book Ryan Smith
  • Author : Ryan Smith
  • Publisher : Llewellyn Worldwide
  • Release Date : 2019-10-08
  • Total Pages : 288
  • Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
  • Review : (188)

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A Radical New Take On Norse Paganism The Way of Fire and Ice reimagines Norse Paganism with mystical practices and rituals for today's world as well as tips for building community and resisting fascism. This approach to working with Norse deities and beliefs is a living, adaptable tradition, representing a strong alternative to the reconstructionist perspectives of Asatru and Heathenry. In these pages, the old ways come alive in a radically inclusive form. You will explore the secrets of the World Tree and the mysteries of the gods, work with the many spirits around us, and feel the deep rhythms that drive all life while creating new songs of power. You will also discover how to make these practices part of your every waking moment, developing your own personal spirituality and building healthy, sustainable communities along the way.

#6 Wind, Fire, and Ice

Wind, Fire, and Ice Book Robert M. Bunes
  • Author : Robert M. Bunes
  • Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
  • Release Date : 2021-10-01
  • Total Pages : 296
  • Genre : History
  • Review : (199)

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Between 1955 and 1987, the United States Coast Guard Cutter Glacier was the largest and most powerful icebreaker in the free world. Consequently, it was often given the most difficult and dangerous Antarctic missions. This is the dramatic first-person account of its most legendary voyage. In 1970, the author was the Chief Medical Officer on the Glacier when it became trapped deep in the Weddell Sea, pressured by 100 miles of wind-blown icepack. Glacier was beset within seventy miles of where Sir Ernest Shackleton’s ship, the Endurance, was imprisoned in 1915. His stout wooden ship succumbed to the crushing pressure of the infamous Weddell Sea pack ice and sank, leading to an unbelievable two-year saga of hardship, heroism and survival. The sailors aboard the Glacier feared they would suffer Shackleton’s fate, or one even worse. Freakishly good luck eventually saved the Glacier from destruction in the crushing ice pack, only to experience a three-hour fire that nearly killed one of the crew, followed by eighty foot waves that came close to capsizing the ship. Wind, Fire, and Ice is a story about a physician who starts out with a set of false assumptions—namely that he is going have an easy assignment and see numerous exotic ports, but then slowly comes to realize a much different hard reality.

#7 Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice Book Anne Stuart
  • Author : Anne Stuart
  • Publisher : MIRA
  • Release Date : 2019-04-15
  • Total Pages : 400
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (7)

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Return to the Land of the Rising Sun in Fire and Ice, the fifth book in the thrilling Ice Series by of RITA Award-winner Anne Stuart FIRE AND ICE In the wake of a failed love affair, Jilly Lovitz takes off for Tokyo. She’s expecting to cry on her sister shoulder, then spend a couple months blowing off steam in Japan. Instead, she’s snatched away on the back of a motorcycle, narrowly avoiding a grisly execution attempt meant for her sister and brother-in-law. Her rescuer Reno is the Committee’s most unpredictable agent. They’d met once before and the attraction was odd — opposites in more way than one — but electric. Now Reno and Jilly are pawns in a deadly tangle of assassination attempts, kidnappings, and prisoner swaps that could put their steamy partnership on ice. Titles originally published in 2008.

#8 Iron, Fire and Ice

Iron, Fire and Ice Book Ed West
  • Author : Ed West
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release Date : 2019-04-09
  • Total Pages : 606
  • Genre : History
  • Review : (1)

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Learn the truth behind the fiction of George R. R. Martin’s epic fantasy—from ancient empires through the flowering of medieval civilization and beyond. A young pretender raises an army to take the throne. Learning of his father’s death, the adolescent, dashing and charismatic and descended from the old kings of the North, vows to avenge him. He is supported in this war by his mother, who has spirited away her two younger sons to safety. Against them is the queen, passionate, proud, and strong-willed and with more of the masculine virtues of the time than most men. She too is battling for the inheritance of her young son, not yet fully grown but already a sadist who takes delight in watching executions. Sound familiar? It may read like the plot of Game of Thrones. Yet that was also the story of the bloodiest battle in British history, fought at the culmination of the War of the Roses. George R. R. Martin’s bestselling novels are rife with allusions, inspirations, and flat-out copies of real-life people, events, and places of medieval and Tudor England and Europe. The Red Wedding? Based on actual events in Scottish history. The poisoning of Joffrey Baratheon? Eerily similar to the death of William the Conqueror’s grandson. The Dothraki? Also known as Huns, Magyars, Turks, and Mongols. Join Ed West, as he explores all of Martin’s influences, from religion to war to powerful women. Discover the real history behind the phenomenon and see for yourself that truth is stranger than fiction.

#9 Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice Book Glen D. Filmon
  • Author : Glen D. Filmon
  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Release Date : 2013-04-26
  • Total Pages : 27
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (1)

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This story is about a greedy king, King Gotstohav, and the townspeople who lived a very poor life because of his parties and affairs. It is also about a boy named Damoan and his girlfriend, Chateal, who is confined to a wheelchair. She takes a journey where she overcomes her confinement and helps the townsfolk by trusting a dragon named Bernie and an abominable snowman named Burricey to overthrow the king. Its a journey for every child.