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The Spirit Box
Stephen Gallagher
1596060174
Dec 2005
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
In Gallagher's white-knuckle thriller, his first full-length novel since Red, Red Robin (1995), several experimental drugs have been pilfered from a North Carolina research lab and suspicion points to employee Rachel Young. Manager John Bishop investigates the theft to preserve the facility's reputation for security, but he has another motive: the day before, his troubled teenage daughter committed suicide, and some inexplicable experiences since hint that her influence is compelling his involvement. Whether John's experiences are truly supernatural or merely guilt-fueled fantasies is never clear, and Gallagher uses the tension this creates to masterfully propel his story forward to a harrowing finale. Gallagher's hard-boiled style is pitch perfect for the tale's grim events, but he leavens it with dislocating...


At the Altar of Sexual Idolatry
Steve Gallagher
0970220200
March 2000
Paperback
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Rev. Jimmy Jack, Board Member Teen Challenge International
This book has great insight and digs deep into the crevices of the human emothion...

Bradley Furges
As I read this book, its piercing truths began to penetrate my hardened heart.

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Board Stiff Too Preparing for the Anaesthesia Orals
Christopher J. Gallagher
0750671572
October 2000
Paperback
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Book Description
* Ideal study guide for the anesthesia oral exams * Unique and honest approach to braving the oral exams * Practice exams use the same format as the real exams: clinical scenes are presented, followed by preop, intraop, and postop questions

Book Info
Tampa General Hospital, FL. Exam review for those preparing for the Anesthesia Orals. Includes case scenarios, questions similar to those encountered on the boards, and time-tested tips on how to prepare mentally for the test. Previous edition, c1990, was titled Preparing for the Anesthesia Orals: Board Stiff. Softcover. DNLM: Anesthesia--Examination Questions.

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White Bizango
Stephen Gallagher
1843954419
Sept 2004
Large Print Hardcover
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Valley of Lights
Stephen Gallagher
190388974X
June 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
A routine call to a sleazy Phoenix hotel throws police sergeant Alex Volchak into a world where the brain-dead check themselves out of hospital, and a stranger can seem to know the most intimate details of his life. Like his feelings for Loretta, the neighbour who's more than a friend, and her daughter Georgina, so much the child he never had. Volchak finds himself on the hunt for a child killer, someone who can apparently switch bodies with ease, and who is playing games with the police. And then Georgina is taken. "The best fusion of crime and horror since Hjortsberg's "Falling Angel" ... ordinary police procedures can't begin to cope with this" Time Out "An excellent thriller ... a cracking pace ... large helpings of deadpan gallows humour ... a genuine ability to create a sense of evil" Glasgow Evening News ...


Gallagher, Marriott, Derringer and Trower: Their Lives and Music
Dan Muise
0634029568
December 2001
Paperback
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Book Description
Rory Gallagher, Steve Marriott, Rick Derringer and Robin Trower are guitar legends. The glue behind legendary barn-busting, hard-touring outfits like Taste, The Small Faces, Procol Harum and Humble Pie, and later realizing their full potentials as solo artists, this is the first biography - group or otherwise - of four players whose dedication to music and screaming virtuosity has been inspirational to a generation of fans and admirers. Gallagher, Marriott, Derringer and Trower is a candid look at the lives of four men who combined have sold more than 60,000,000 albums. Each has a unique musical story to tell, from roots in American rhythm and blues and rock 'n' roll to the joys and perils of life on the road, as well as the pitfalls of fame and the music business. What makes their stories unique is their intense...


Practicing New Historicism
Catherine Gallagher
0226279359
September 2001
Paperback
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From Kirkus Reviews
A tour de force of new literary criticism.In their introduction, Gallagher (Nobody’s Story, not reviewed) and Greenblatt (Marvelous Possessions, 1991) express the hope that “you will not be able to say what it all adds up to; if you could, we would have failed.” Alas, they succeed, and it’s doubtful that a better demonstration of the anarchy and solipsism of literary criticism today can be found. They mean to demonstrate how their varied approaches to all sorts of “texts” grow out of the rediscovery by scholars like them of the relevance of historical and cultural context to the interpretation of just about everything. But they do so in ways that their predecessors—the Victorian scholars who used history as an interpretive tool before the New Critics began to avoid it—would...


At the Altar of Sexual Idolatry Workbook
Steve Gallagher
0970220219
May 2000
Paperback
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Book Description
This workbook is designed to be used directly with At the Altar of Sexual Idolatry. The reader will have to dig for answers, both in At the Altar of Sexual Idolatry and in the Scriptures, helping to cement biblical principles into his heart. Each chapter also includes questions uniquely tailored for weekly men's groups.

About the Author
Steve Gallagher is the founder and president of Pure Life Ministries, a ministry which helps those who are bound up in habits of sexual sin. He has shared his testimony of how he came to Christ as a deputy in Los Angeles in countless churches and on many national television shows, including The Oprah Winfrey Show and 48 Hours with Dan Rather. Steve and his wife Kathy have lived at the Pure Life Ministries live-in facility in Kentucky since...


Journeyman: The Art of Chris Moore
Stephen Gallagher
1855858495
December 2000
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
Two new volumes of illustrations from Sterling include Frank Kelly Freas: As He Sees It, written with Laura Brodian Freas, which encompasses a range of vivid sci-fi, fantasy and portraiture (with signature Freasian backgrounds) by the 10-time Hugo winner and cover artist for the likes of Asimov and Heinlein and Journeyman: The Art of Chris Moore, with text and an interview by Stephen Gallagher, the first collection of the renowned artist's work, including cover illustrations for Dick and Wells novels Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Book Description
In the field of hi-tech sci-fi art, Chris Moore is without peer. His paintings have graced novels by such prestigious authors as Asimov, Dick, Bova, and Clarke as well as posters, game cards, and advertising. For...


Stephen Didson Ramseur: Lee's Gallant General
Gary W. Gallagher
0807845221
February 1995
Paperback
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At the Altar of Sexual Idolatry
Steve Gallagher
0971547041
August 2003
Compact Disc
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Rev. Jimmy Jack, Board Member Teen Challenge International
This book has great insight and digs deep into the crevices of the human emothion... --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

Bradley Furges
As I read this book, its piercing truths began to penetrate my hardened heart. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Libertine
Stephen Jeffreys
1854592777
January 1995
Textbook Paperback
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