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Owen D. Young and American Enterprise: A Biography
Everett N. Case
0879233605
November 1989
Hardcover
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Expediente X - 7 - Control
Everett Owens
8424130146
June 1998
Paperback
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Book Description
¿Suicidio o asesinato? Un hombre que se hace llamar "Inductor" confiesa haber cometido catorce crímenes perfectos haciendo que todos parecieran suicidios. Inductor tiene información demasiado específica sobre las escenas del crimen como para ser un farol, pero la pregunta sigue en pie: ¿cómo lo hizo? La agente especial del FBI Schully cree que el hombre es un egomaníaco y un mentiroso. Su compañero, Mulder, tiene una explicación diferente. Cree que Inductor es un extraño asesino homicida que utiliza un control mental tan poderoso que puede convencer a sus víctimas par que se maten. Pero al no haber la más mínima prueba, Mulder sólo tiene una forma de demostrar su teoría. Tiene que enfrentarse diectamente a Inductor. ...


Regeneration
Everett Owens
0613280393
September 2000
Hardcover
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Book Description
Head HuntingWhen Leonard Betts's body disappears from the morgue after being decapitated in a violent accident, Special Agents Mulder and Scully are called in to investigate the situation. Mulder has a theory that Leonard has the ability to regenerate himself. But Scully believes that someone is taking extreme measures to cover up what really happened.While Mulder chases his headless suspect, Scully does some investigating of her own. And before long, she learns the unbelievable truth about Leonard Betts--as well as a frightening secret about herself. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author
Everett Owens is a pseudonym for a well-known, award-winning author of young adult books. --This text refers to an out of print or...


Painters of a New Century: The Eight and American Art
Elizabeth Milroy
0944110088
February 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Painters of a New Century celebrates the painters of the groundbreaking 1908 exhibition known as "the Eight"—Arthur Davies, William Glackens, Robert Henri, Ernest Lawson, George Luks, Maurice Prendergast, Everett Shin, and John Sloan. According to Milroy, they "transformed the art exhibition into political statement and media event and shifted forever the relationship between the American artist and the American public."

Distributed for the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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