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The Whispering Death :

Author - Daniel Carney
Publisher -
Pages - 160
ISBN - 9780859979139


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Whispering Death :

Fiction

Author - Garry Disher
Publisher - Soho Press
Pages - 352
ISBN - 1616951753


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Detail - The long-awaited sixth installment in the Inspector Hal Challis series set in Australia, available in the United States at last! Hal Challis is in trouble at home and abroad: dressed down by the boss for speaking out about police budget cuts; missing his lover, Ellen Destry, who is overseas on a study tour. But there's plenty to keep his mind off his problems. A rapist in a police uniform stalks Challis's Peninsula beat, there is a serial armed robber headed in his direction and a home invasion that's a little too close to home. Not to mention a very clever, very mysterious female cat burglar who may or may not be planning something on Challis's patch. Meanwhile, at the Waterloo Police Station, Challis finds his officers have their own issues. Scobie Sutton, still struggling with his wife's depression, seems to be headed for a career crisis; and something very interesting is going on between Constable Pam Murphy and Jeanne Schiff, the feisty young sergeant on assignment from the Sex Crimes Unit.

Whispering Death : Australian airmen in the Pacific War

History

Author - Mark Johnston
Publisher - Allen & Unwin
Pages - 536
ISBN - 1741767458


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Detail - Powerful, authoritative and provocative, this is the first one-volume history of the RAAF's immense conflict with Japan.

Whispering Death :

Biography & Autobiography

Author - Lee Heide
Publisher - Trafford Publishing
Pages - 243
ISBN - 1552123871


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Detail - An account of the air war in the Mediterranean by a navigator flying Beaufort and Beaufighter aircraft with the Royal Air Force.

Whispering Death : A History of the RAAF's Beaufighter Squadrons

Bristol Beaufighter (Fighter plane)

Author - Neville M. Parnell
Publisher - Raupo
Pages - 128
ISBN -


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Whispering Death :

Author -
Publisher -
Pages - 130
ISBN - 9780725503390


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Whispering Death : The Life and Times of Michael Holding

Cricket players

Author - Michael Holding, Cozier, Tony
Publisher -
Pages - 222
ISBN - 9789766051389


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Whispering Death :

Author - James Edmond Macdonnell
Publisher -
Pages - 130
ISBN -


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Whispering Death "tuag Nco Ntsoov" : Our Journey with the Hmong in the Secret War for Laos-- Lub Caij Peb Thiab Hmoob Koom Tes Ua Ntsug Rog Ntsiag to Nyob Los Tsuas Teb

Biography & Autobiography

Author - Robert Curry
Publisher - iUniverse
Pages - 372
ISBN - 0595318096


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Detail - Whispering Death is a shattering account of an eighteen-year-old aviator from the streets of America to Vietnam, into the Macomb world of a Secret War run by the CIA, fought with clandestine forces, the Hmong hill people, and a vast and varied air armada. "I highly recommend this book to be read for knowledge of how the Secret War in Laos was fought and why we owe the Hmong so much." Brigadier General Harry C. Aderholt, USAF, Ret. "A superb tale of aviation adventure in the combat skies of Southeast Asia woven with extraordinary skill. This is a gripping, personal story from a new perspective. A must-read for fans of military aviation during the Vietnam War era." Larry Sanborn-Raven FAC-call sign: Sandy "Whispering Death is one of the most comprehensive and fascinating books ever written about America's most covert war. It embodies the desperate fight for freedom these Americans and Hmong faced together, bound as eternal brothers and sisters. And in the end how an American government left my people to die alone." Yang Chee, President, Lao-Hmong American Coalition

Whispering the Word : Hearing Women's Stories in the Old Testament

Religion

Author - Jacqueline E. Lapsley
Publisher - Westminster John Knox Press
Pages - 168
ISBN - 1611644437


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Detail - Many Christian feminists wonder if they can simultaneously maintain their commitment to principles of gender equality and their faith in the Scriptures, particularly the Old Testament. Writing in response to feminist biblical scholars who approach the Old Testament with a hermeneutic of suspicion, Jacqueline Lapsley offers Christian feminists strategies to hear the subtle ideas and voices of the less powerful within the Old Testament texts. Reading and interpreting a number of Old Testament narratives in which women are prominent, Lapsley considers how these stories may reflect God's word for us. In doing so, she demonstrates how the narrative often attempts to shape the moral response of the reader by revealing the intricacy and complexity of the moral world evoked. In this gentle shaping of the reader's ethical sensibilities, she argues, is where God may be whispering a word for us.

Whispering Shadows : A Novel

Fiction

Author - Jan-Philipp Sendker
Publisher - Simon and Schuster
Pages - 352
ISBN - 1476793646


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Detail - American expat Paul Leibovitz is living as a recluse on an outlying island of Hong Kong when the murder of a distressed American woman's son brings him out of his shell. By the author of The Art of Hearing Heartbeats.

Whistling Death : The Test Pilot's Story of the F4U Corsair

History

Author - Boone T. Guyton
Publisher - Schiffer Publishing
Pages - 272
ISBN -


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Detail - Whistling Death is the true story, by the test pilot, of the rush to produce the F4U Corsair, the Navy fighter that brought America air superiority over the Japanese Zero in World War II. Here is the crash program - complete with crash landings - powered by the dedicated men and women of the home front who designed and built this revolutionary, tide-turning airplane. Boone T. Guyton, an experimental test pilot at Chance Vought during and after World War II, flew 105 types of aircraft in 45 years as a pilot.