Evil Things

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Author : Katja Ivar
Detail : “Hella Mauzer was the primary ever girl Inspector within the Helsingfors putting to death Unit. however her superiors deemed her too `emotional’ for the task and had her reassigned. Now, 2 years later, she is functioning in geographic region for the Ivalo department of local government underneath Chief Inspector Jarvi, a person a lot of fascinated by criminal statistics and his social life than investigation. They receive a letter from Irja Waltari, a priest’s married woman from the village of Kaarmela on the Soviet border, informing them of the disappearance of Erno Jokinen, a local. Hella jumps at the possibility to research. Jarvi doesn’t assume that against the law is concerned. After all, folks disappear all the time within the snows of Suomi. once she arrives, Hella stays the village priest and his married woman, WHO have taken in Erno’s grandchild WHO refuses to inform anyone his grandfather’s secret. A body is then discovered within the forest and she or he realizes that she was right; against the law has been committed. A murder. however what Hella does not recognize, is that the little village of Kaarmela is harbouring another crime, against the law thus evil, it’s on the far side something any of them may have ever fanciful.”

Evil Things :


Author - Katja Ivar
Publisher - Bitter Lemon Press
Pages - 233
ISBN - 1912242109

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Detail - Hella Mauzer was the first ever woman Inspector in the Helsinki Homicide Unit. But her superiors deemed her too ‘emotional’ for the job and had her reassigned. Now, two years later, she is working in Lapland for the Ivalo police department under Chief Inspector Järvi, a man more interested in criminal statistics and his social life than police work. They receive a letter from Irja Waltari, a priest’s wife from the village of Käärmela on the Soviet border, informing them of the disappearance of Erno Jokinen, a local. Hella jumps at the chance to investigate. Järvi does not think that a crime is involved. After all, people disappear all the time in the snows of Finland. When she arrives, Hella stays the village priest and his wife, who have taken in Erno’s grandson who refuses to tell anyone his grandfather’s secret. A body is then discovered in the forest and she realizes that she was right; a crime has been committed. A murder. But what Hella doesn’t know, is that the small village of Käärmela is harbouring another crime, a crime so evil, it is beyond anything any of them could have ever imagined.

These Evil Things We Do : The Mick Garris Collection

Author - Mick Garris
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 420

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Detail - He's taken you to haunted hotels, into the lairs of dangerous creatures, and even to the end of the world. Now, master of horror Mick Garris wants to invite you along on a journey into the realm of the most terrifying thing of all: man. From a plastic surgeon with a uniquely disturbing approach to his job to a deranged child genius obsessed with his teacher, These Evil Things We Do: The Mick Garris Collection explores mankind's capacity for limitless evil-and how often that evil hides in plain sight. Previously only available in limited print-runs, this collection brings together four of Garris' works for the first time in a single volume, along with a brand new novella, Free, available exclusively here. So indulge your own inner monster and come along for these five fearsome tales of human wickedness... just don't be tempted to commit any evil deeds of your own."Mick Garris is one hell of a filmmaker. He's elevated my work and that of everyone else he's worked with. Of course that makes him a little PSYCHO..."- Stephen King "Who'd have thought that one of the nicest guys in show business had a secret sideline turning out sinister little short stories and novellas? Mick Garris's creepy, claustrophobic tales feel like sitting in on a group therapy session with some of LA's most damaged souls, each one whispering their own precisely detailed road map to their personal circles of Hell right into your horrified ears." - Grady Hendrix, Author Paperbacks from Hell"The esteemed Master of Horror Mick Garris weaves bone-chilling tales of terror in this amazing new collection. Travel from the heart of Los Angeles to a boys' academy in the United Kingdom and then into the mind of madness itself. Garris weaves unnerving stories and streams of consciousness that examine the truly demented psyche of humanity and explore our deepest desires and nightmares." - Dr. Rebekah McKendry, Host of Shock Waves Podcast "If anyone knows horror, it's Mick Garris. He's the real deal, and one of the first fans to cross over to creator, wearing every genre hat along the way: publicist, documentarian, screenwriter, director. He's as steeped in scares as is humanly possible, and here in this collection of short stories we have pure, distilled Mick: a terrifying tipple, bottled at the source." - Phil Nobile Jr., EIC FANGORIA Magazine

Cursed and Evil Things :

Author - Leo Hardy
Publisher - Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Pages - 56
ISBN - 9781987684209

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Detail - The idea that certain objects can be cursed or even possessed by evil spirits is as old as mankind. In this book we will look at a few of the world's most dangerously cursed items such as Robert the Doll and Annabelle, The Basano vase is an item that has killed almost everyone who purchased it. Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamen tomb is believed to have been responsible for a number of deaths. The Ark of the Covenant is regarded as an intrinsically holy object in the Jewish faith and a physical manifestation of the presence of God among his people is also perhaps the most dangerous item in existence to those not of this faith. What you have seen in movies like Raiders of the lost Ark only hint at the power that this item contains. The Thomas Busby's Chair also called the Dead Man's Chair is an oak chair which is said to be cursed by a murderer Thomas Busby. People who sit in this chair die, as many as 63 deaths. So many have died that the it can only be displayed to the public by suspending it from wires above the museum floor so that no one will be able to sit in it. In this book we will also explore how to identify and dispose of cursed items safely.

GOD OF EVIL THINGS : Immanuel Kant on Evil and Theodicy

Publisher - no defined
Pages - 233
ISBN - 9789657008447

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The End of All Evil :

Body, Mind & Spirit

Author - Robert Martin Duff
Publisher - Lulu.com
Pages - 136
ISBN - 1411673980

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Detail - A Layperson's Guide to Non-Thing Theory: This book presents a radical breakthrough in the understanding of the true nature of negative phenomena which makes all concepts of actual evil obsolete. It also validates the 'all-positives' observations of states of ecstasy while simultaneously reconciling them with the common-sense observations of negatives. This explanation holds true regardless of whether the ecstasy is spontaneous, religious, produced by fasting and meditation or induced by drugs like MDMA or LSD and remains logically consistent even after the ecstatic state has passed.

Evil Thing (Volume 7) :

Young Adult Fiction

Author - Serena Valentino
Publisher - Disney Electronic Content
Pages - 233
ISBN - 1368056369

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Detail - The darkly captivating seventh novel in the popular Villains series follows the rise and fall of the deranged and glamorous fan favorite, Cruella De Vil. If it doesn't scare you, no evil thing will...

Evil : A History


Author - Andrew P. Chignell
Publisher - Oxford Philosophical Concepts
Pages - 528
ISBN - 0199915458

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Detail - The code of conduct for a leading tech company famously says "Don't Be Evil." But what exactly is evil? Is it just badness by another name--the shadow side of good? Or is it something more substantive--a malevolent force or power at work in the universe? These are some of the ontological questions that philosophers have grappled with for centuries. But evil also raises perplexing epistemic and psychological questions. Can we really know evil? Does a victim know evil differently than a perpetrator or witness? What motivates evil-doers? Satan's rebellion, Iago's machinations, and Stalin's genocides may be hard to understand in terms of ordinary reasons, intentions, beliefs, and desires. But what about the more "banal" evils performed by technocrats in a collective: how do we make sense of Adolf Eichmann's self-conception as just an effective bureaucrat deserving of a promotion? Evil: A History collects thirteen essays that tell the story of evil in western thought, starting with its origins in ancient Hebrew wisdom literature and classical Greek drama all the way to Darwinism and Holocaust theory. Thirteen interspersed reflections contextualize philosophical developments by looking at evil through the eyes of animals, poets, mystics, witches, librettists, film directors, and even a tech product manager. Evil: A History will enlighten readers about one of the most alluring and difficult topics in philosophy and intellectual life, and will challenge their assumptions about the very nature of evil.

ANF08. The Twelve Patriarchs, Excerpts and Epistles, The Clementia, Apocrypha, Decretals, Memoirs of Edessa and Syriac Documents, Remains of the First Age :

Author - no defined
Publisher - CCEL
Pages - 233
ISBN - 1610250354

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The Second Death and the Restitution of All Things : With Some Preliminary Remarks on the Nature and Inspiration of Holy Scripture ; a Letter to a Friend

Future punishment

Author - Andrew Jukes
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 194

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Facing Evil : Confronting the Dreadful Power Behind Genocide, Terrorism, and Cruelty


Author - Paul Woodruff
Publisher - Open Court Publishing
Pages - 297
ISBN - 9780812695175

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Detail - Lectures by prominent scholars, writers, theologians, and philosophers address the nature of human evil.

On Evil :


Author - Thomas Aquinas
Publisher - Oxford University Press
Pages - 233
ISBN - 0199725802

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Detail - The De Malo represents some of Aquinas' most mature thinking on goodness, badness, and human agency. In it he examines the full range of questions associated with evil: its origin, its nature, its relation to good, and its compatibility with the existence of an omnipotent, benevolent God. This edition offers Richard Regan's new, clear readable English translation, based on the Leonine Commission's authoritative edition of the Latin text. Brian Davies has provided an extensive introduction and notes. (Please note: this edition does not include the Latin text).

Economics of Good and Evil : The Quest for Economic Meaning from Gilgamesh to Wall Street

Business & Economics

Author - Tomas Sedlacek
Publisher - Oxford University Press
Pages - 376
ISBN - 9780199831906

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Detail - Tomas Sedlacek has shaken the study of economics as few ever have. Named one of the "Young Guns" and one of the "five hot minds in economics" by the Yale Economic Review, he serves on the National Economic Council in Prague, where his provocative writing has achieved bestseller status. How has he done it? By arguing a simple, almost heretical proposition: economics is ultimately about good and evil. In The Economics of Good and Evil, Sedlacek radically rethinks his field, challenging our assumptions about the world. Economics is touted as a science, a value-free mathematical inquiry, he writes, but it's actually a cultural phenomenon, a product of our civilization. It began within philosophy--Adam Smith himself not only wrote The Wealth of Nations, but also The Theory of Moral Sentiments--and economics, as Sedlacek shows, is woven out of history, myth, religion, and ethics. "Even the most sophisticated mathematical model," Sedlacek writes, "is, de facto, a story, a parable, our effort to (rationally) grasp the world around us." Economics not only describes the world, but establishes normative standards, identifying ideal conditions. Science, he claims, is a system of beliefs to which we are committed. To grasp the beliefs underlying economics, he breaks out of the field's confines with a tour de force exploration of economic thinking, broadly defined, over the millennia. He ranges from the epic of Gilgamesh and the Old Testament to the emergence of Christianity, from Descartes and Adam Smith to the consumerism in Fight Club. Throughout, he asks searching meta-economic questions: What is the meaning and the point of economics? Can we do ethically all that we can do technically? Does it pay to be good? Placing the wisdom of philosophers and poets over strict mathematical models of human behavior, Sedlacek's groundbreaking work promises to change the way we calculate economic value.

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