Hadis-e Nafs, Hassan Kamshad عنوان: حدیث نفس؛ نویسنده: حسن کامشاد؛ تهران، نشر نی، 1387، در 337 ص، شابک: 9789643129774؛ چاپ دوم 1388؛ موضوع: حسن کامشاد - قرن 14 هجری - قرن 21 م
Submissive Zebadiah Pellegrino maybe down, but he's not out yet. He knows there is a Dom or Domme for him - it's just a matter of finding him or her. But after an attack by a brutal Mistress, the owners of New Beginnings have been hovering like a pair of over protective hens. It's been over a year and he's ready to move on, but now he just has to convince them or leave New Beginnings. New members, Dom Nicholaus Tarquinio and switch Stephanie McKeown have a unique D/s relationship and have been searching for sometime for a third member, a submissive to complete their triad. But the trick is to find a man who not only appeals to Nicholaus's domination but isn't above allowing Stephanie to have her fun too. When Zebadiah catches Stephanie's eye, she and Nicholaus approach the wounded sub, wondering if he's truly ready take what they have to offer him, or is Ethan right about Zebahiah not being ready? Only time will tell.
Something sinister is happening on the streets of San Francisco. Suicides by hanging. Beautiful dead women with syringes hanging in their arms. Separate unconnected cases, and it's up to Police Inspector Keller and Park to find the connection. Their investigation leads them through a complex labyrinth of clues and evidence: Suicides, homicides, terrorism, drug trafficking and human trafficking! Will Keller and Park find out who's behind this intricate network of evil? Keller and Park will always give it everything that they've got. But will all they've got be enough, or will they have to pay the ultimate price?
The 10 year jubilee book of the museum is now available; only on this website (or the museum). Unpublished texts and photos about the museum, the bar and the temporary exhibitions retrace the 10 years of HR Giger's work in Gruyères. In the exclusive interview, HR Giger returns to the genesis of his museum and his bar. Languages: English, German, French, Spanish
Plato was born around 2,500 years ago. He lived in a small city-state in Greece and busied himself with the problems of his fellow Greeks, a people living in scattered cities around the Mediterranean and the Black Sea. In all he tried to do for the Greeks he failed. Why, then, should people in the modern world bother to read what he had to say? Does it make sense to go to a Greek thinker for advice on the problems of an age so different from his own? To anyone who has questioned the relevance of Plato to the modern world Richard Crossman s lively book provides a brilliant reply. The problems facing Plato s world bear striking parallels to ours today, the author maintains, so who better to turn to than Plato, the most objective and most ruth observer of the failures of Greek society. Crossman s engaging text provides both an informed introduction to Greek ideas and an original and controversial view of Plato himself."
New Zealand's military history has been both honorable and distinguished, and the key events of more than 150 years of military involvement have been recorded in a range of official histories and books. But what of the military commanders who led their troops in these conflicts? How do we assess their achievements? Is there a distinctive style of New Zealand command? Now, for the first time, this book attempts to answer these previously unexplored questions. Glyn Harper and Joel Hayward have assembled an impressive team of New Zealand military historians to profile some of the nation's most important commanders and examine the nature of New Zealand command. Each chapter is written by an expert on the commander concerned, with the subjects drawn from all three armed services: Army, Navy and Air Force. The commanders include both Maori and Pakeha, from the nineteenth century to the recent past: Alexander Godley, Andrew Russell, Edward Chaytor, Keith Park, Bernard Freyberg, Howard Kippenberger, Peter Phipps