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World War II in the North Pacific
Kevin Don Hutchison
0313291306
Aug 1994
Hardcover
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Choice
"Some of the detail is fascinating or has human interest value, and it conveys well the sense of what it was like to fight in a climate so harsh that combatants often had more to fear from the terrible weather than from the enemy. Recommended for large collections on WWII or military history."

Review
“Some of the detail is fascinating or has human interest value, and it conveys well the sense of what it was like to fight in a climate so harsh that combatants often had more to fear from the terrible weather than from the enemy. Recommended for large collections on WWII or military history.”–Choice
“This is an invaluable reference tool for scholars of the Pacific war. It is also useful as a historical treatment of the subject. Highly recommended for appropriate...


Northern Frights 2: Chilling Tales by Hugh B Cave, Charles Grant, Edward D Hoch, Nancy Kilpatrick, James Powell, Garfiel, Vol. 2
Don Hutchison (Editor)
0889625646
August 1995
Paperback
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Northern Frights
Don Hutchison
0889625158
Dec 1995
Hardcover
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Northern Frights 3, Vol. 3
Don Hutchison
0889625891
July 1995
Paperback
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Daughter of the Dons: A Story of New M
William Macle MacLeod Raine
1417901373
June 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
1914. Raine, born in England and raised in Arkansas, drifted to the western states and began his writing career. He has written numerous western novels. The story begins: For hours Manuel Pesquiera had been rolling up the roof of the continent in an observation-car of the Short Line. His train had wound in and out through a maze of bewildering scenery, and was at last dipping down into the basin of the famous gold camp. The alert black eyes of the young New Mexican wandered discontentedly over the raw ugliness of the camp. Towns straggled here and there untidily at haphazard, mushroom growths of a day born of a lucky strike. Into the valleys and up and down the hillsides ran a network of rails for trolley and steam cars. Everywhere were the open tunnel mouths or the frame shaft-houses perched above the gray Titan dump...


Great Pulp Fiction Heroes
Don Hutchison
1580421849
July 2006
Paperback
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Book Description
Here is an affectionate look back at the outsized heroes who once occupied the imagination of millions of loyal readers-The Shadow, Tarzan, Doc Savage, Captain Future, The Spider, Zorro. They were the original super guys, godfathers and inspiration to the likes of Superman, Batman and James Bond. Fascinating and informative, THE GREAT PULP HEROES is a lively and entertaining history of those fabulous characters, of the gaudy, glorious magazines that spawned them, and of the amazing wordsmiths who churned out their monthly adventures


Great Pulp Heroes
Don Hutchison
0889625859
June 2003
Paperback
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Northern Frights 5
Don Hutchison
0889626766
Jan 2003
Paperback
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Great Pulp Heroes
Don Hutchison
0889628122
September 2003
Paperback
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Mathematics for New Technologies
Don Hutchison
0201771373
May 2003
Textbook Paperback
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Wild Things Live Here
Don Hutchison
0889627657
Mar 2002
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
The sixth and final installment in a horror series in which all stories were set in Canada and/or penned by Canadian authors, Wild Things Live There: The Best of Northern Frights, edited by two-time Aurora-winner Don Hutchinson, features 16 dark and fantastical tales of vampires who have their blood delivered like pizza, a doctor who becomes possessed by a patient's multiple personalities and dead who don't lie silent. With stories by Hugh B. Cave, Peter Sellers and others, this is a volume for North Americans of all stripes to enjoy, as long as they keep the lights on.Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information, Inc.

Book Description
One of the best series in the Horror and Dark Fantasy genre. Over the past 5 years, editor Don Hutchison has gathered a world-class and...


Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm: Chronology and Fact Book
Kevin Don Hutchison
0313296065
January 1995
Textbook Hardcover
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From Booklist
To many, the war waged against Iraq by the United Nations Coalition was a most successful operation, serving to liberate Kuwait and, in the U.S., engendering "a gift of pride" in ourselves and in our military leaders. Desert Storm helped heal the horrors of Vietnam, just as the one-sided Spanish American War helped unite the nation after the Civil War; or so the story goes. A review of this detailed chronology will serve to darken this picture for many users. The random deaths caused by accidents on board ships and from friendly fire and the listing of service people killed in action are part of the sobering record of this war presented by a noted military historian and author of World War II in the North Pacific: Chronology and Fact Book (Greenwood, 1994). Daily accounts follow this general plan: (a) activities of...


MP: Elementary and Intermediate Algebra: A Unified Approach W/ Mathzone
Donald Hutchison
0073016489
March 2004
Textbook Hardcover
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Book Description
A Unified Text That Serves Your Needs. Most colleges offering elementary and intermediate algebra use two different texts, one for each course. As a result, students may be required to purchase two texts; this can result in a considerable amount of topic overlap. Over the last few years, several publishers have issued "combined" texts that take chapters from two texts and merge them into a single book. This has allowed students to purchase a single text, but it has done little to reduce the overlap. The goal of this author team has been to produce a text that was more than a combined text. They wanted to unify the topics and themes of beginning and intermediate algebra in a fluid, non-repetitive text. We also wanted to produce a text that will prepare students from different mathematical backgrounds for college...

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