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By J. L Granatstein. 1993
Granatstein's study of life at the top during the Second World War centres on the most senior ranks in the… Canadian Army. Men like Andrew McNaughton, Harold Crerar, Thomas Burns and Guy Simonds had not only to win military campaigns, but also command the sympathies of bureaucrats and powerful politicians. None, however, forgot they were fighting a war, and that their decisions directly affected the lives of Canadian soldiers. 1993.
By Darrel D King. 1998
By Gregg Lewis, Deborah Shaw Lewis. 2002
The ViCLAS (Violent Crime Linkage Analysis System) database was a first - an adaptation of the techniques used by FBI… psychological profilers folded into a comprehensive, cross-referenced data bank to track serial predators. Within months of its introduction, ViCLAS contributed to successful outcomes in a number of cases, including the Bernardo/Homolka murders. It was largely the initiative of one man, RCMP Sergeant Ron MacKay. Some descriptions of sex and some strong language, descriptions of violence. 2002.
By Phyllis Thompson. 1978
By Philip M Boffey. 1988
By Isobel Kuhn. 1959
Isobel Miller gave up God for worldly pursuits. But as graduation approached and her engagement was broken, she questioned that… decision. God heard her prayers and reached out to her. She dedicated her life to missionary service in China. 1959.
By Warren W Wiersbe. 2005
By Mary Beth Chapman, Ellen Santilli Vaughn. 2010
Readers will hear firsthand about the loss of her daughter, the struggle to heal, and the unexpected path God has… placed her on. Even as difficult as life can be, Mary Beth Chapman “Chooses to See”. c2010.
By Donald Miller. 2003
By Leslie D Haskin. 2006
By Pat Capponi. 2000
Traveling across the country, the author interviews a wide range of officers, from chiefs to cops on the beat, relaying… the dangers and constraints that go along with their life in uniform. Offering an in-depth look at different approaches to the job, this volume exposes a variety of policing perceptions and questions the multi-layered roles of Canadian police officers.
By Philip Yancey, Brennan Manning, John Blase. 2011
Brennan Manning roves back through his past, honouring the lives of the people closest to him, family and friends who've… known the saint and the sinner, the boy and the man. Far from some chronological timeline, these memories are witness to the truth of life by one who has lived it. 2011.
By Tommy Franks. 2004
A memoir by the former head of the U.S. Central Command who led forces in Afghanistan and Iraq traces his… childhood in the Midwest, his four-decade military service, and his experiences during and after the September 11 attacks. c2004.
By Michael Hodges. 2007
In the sixty years since General Kalashnikov created the AK's distinctive silhouette, the gun has been at the centre of… conflicts across the Middle East, Africa and Latin America. The weapon that made him a 'Hero of the Soviet Union' has also appeared on t-shirts and vodka bottles, featured in videos and song lyrics and been re-fashioned in crystal - a gift from Putin to George W. Bush. Power, politics and passion combine in the story of a weapon that has shaped the modern world. Using testimonies of people who have experienced the gun at first-hand - including a Sudanese child soldier, a Vietcong veteran, and Yorkshire student - Michael Hodges provides an account of how the AK47 became an icon that ranks alongside Coca-Cola as one of the most recognisable brands in the world. 2007.
By Verne Becker, Dave Johnson. 1994
Dave tells how his strong faith in God helped him overcome the physical and emotional rigours of training and win… a bronze medal in Barcelona, despite breaking a bone in his foot. 1994.
A U.S. Marine chaplain offers an eyewitness account of the war in Iraq, detailing the day-to-day life on the battlefield… and the faith that brought together the members of a U.S. Marine battalion. c2004.
By Paul Palango. 1994
Rod Stamler joined the RCMP's new Commercial Crime Branch in 1968, and soon found that the paper trails he followed… led straight to Canada's elite. After 20 years of investigating scams, rigged bids, fraud, and corruption, and cases involving the "Irving Whale", Hamilton Harbour, the Sky Shop affair, and Tory senator Michel Cogger, Stamler quit. Assistant Commissioner Stamler, head of the RCMP's Economic Crime Directorate, had found that his investigations were being stymied by his political masters. Strong language. 1994.
By Cal Bombay. 2007
A genuine love of people seemed to be the driving force behind his ministry. This is not so much the… story of one person, but perhaps more, the stories of the many people who came into contact with Dick Bombay. c2007.
By Emilie Barnes. 2002