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Beuterausch
Author: Jack Ketchum, Lucky McKee
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
ISBN: 3641063809
Pages: 288
Year: 2011-12-12
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Gefangen in einer Spirale der Gewalt Sie ist die letzte Überlebende eines Kannibalenstamms, der jahrzehntelang die Ostküste der USA in Angst und Schrecken versetzte. Geschwächt und verwundet gerät sie in die Gewalt des tyrannischen Familienvaters Cleek. Der Sadist Cleek versucht, die wilde Frau zu »zähmen«, wobei er seine Familie als Komplizen missbraucht. Doch er hat den Überlebenswillen seiner Gefangenen unterschätzt. Bevor sein Experiment zu Ende ist, werden alle Unaussprechliches durchleiden müssen.
The Woman
Author: Jack Ketchum, Lucky McKee
Publisher: Dorchester Publishing
ISBN: 1428511148
Pages: 221
Year: 2011
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The Woman is the last of her kind, the lone survivor of a tribe of feral cannibals who have terrorized the Maine coast for years. She is wounded and weak, but she's found refuge in a cave overlooking the sea. Christopher Cleek is an amoral—and unstable—lawyer who sees her bathing in a stream one day while he's out hunting. Cleek has dark, cruel secrets and he will now add one more. He will capture the Woman, lock her in his cellar, and attempt to tame her, with the help of his wife and children. But very soon the question will become: Who is more savage, the hunter or the prey?
Blutrot
Author: Jack Ketchum
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
ISBN: 3641032814
Pages: 288
Year: 2009-10-02
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Blut wird fließen Er hört die Jungen bereits aus der Ferne. Wie sie hinunterkommen zum Fluss, wo er angelt. Und den Frieden stören. Und er riecht das Waffenöl, zu viel Öl für eine neue Schrotflinte. Es sind reiche Kids, die nichts übrig haben für den Fluss, die Fische und den alten Mann. Und sie begehen einen großen Fehler – sie erschießen den treuen Hund des alten Mannes. Ein Schleier legt sich vor sein Auge, ein roter Schleier. Der alte Mann sieht Blut.
The Lost
Author: Jack Ketchum
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
ISBN: 3641141338
Pages: 448
Year: 2014-03-31
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Ein heißer Tag. Ein Campingplatz im Wald. Zwei Frauen – Opfer für den Teenager Ray, der töten will. Er richtet ein Blutbad an, bei dem seine Freunde tatenlos zusehen. 1969, fünf Jahre später: Ray konnte nie überführt werden und ist nach wie vor auf freiem Fuß. Doch er lebt immer einen Schritt vom Abgrund entfernt, und seine Scheinwelt aus Drogen, Sex und krankhaftem Egoismus droht zusammenzubrechen. Was folgt, ist ein Ausbruch des Wahnsinns von albtraumhafter Intensität.
Off Season
Author: Jack Ketchum
Publisher:
ISBN: 1626412065
Pages:
Year: 2016-10-18
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The Girl Next Door
Author: Jack Ketchum
Publisher: Dorchester Publishing
ISBN: 1428516220
Pages: 386
Year: 2011-07-05
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A teenage girl is held captive and brutally tortured by neighborhood children. Based on a true story, this shocking novel reveals the depravity of which we are all capable.
The Right to Life
Author: Aime Austin
Publisher: Penner Media
ISBN: 1944179232
Pages: 300
Year: 2018-07-17
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Joseph und seine Brüder ...: Roman. Die Geschichten Jaakobs
Author: Thomas Mann
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages:
Year: 1933
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The Lost
Author: Jack Ketchum
Publisher:
ISBN: 0843961546
Pages: 394
Year: 2008-03-10
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Special Leisure movie tie-in edition. It's been four years since Ray killed those two girls in the park. But the real horror has yet to begin.
Still Life
Author: Joy Fielding
Publisher: Seal Books
ISBN: 0385672063
Pages: 400
Year: 2010-12-10
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Casey Marshall looks like she has it all; a successful interior design business, a devoted husband, friends who love her, and a family fortune that means a comfortable lifestyle. But looks can be deceiving. Casey has more than her fair share of worries. A successful business partnership with her long-time friend, Janine, ended when Casey left to pursue her dream of interior design. The effects of this old wound are felt in their mutual friendship with another friend, Gail, leaving the previously happy threesome feeling uneasy. Casey not only worries about her damaged friendship with Janine, but also her complicated relationship with her younger sister, Drew. After the deaths of their parents, Casey became responsible for her sibling, both financially and emotionally, creating a rift that has only deepened with time. The only salvation from these worries is her marriage to Warren. Successful, handsome, and completely enraptured by his wife, her husband is the perfect reward for a life that, contrary to what some believe, hasn’t always been smooth sailing. Before they married, Warren had even insisted on a prenuptial agreement that meant he would receive none of Casey’ s considerable family fortune should they divorce. She trusts him completely and now thoughts of starting a family are beginning to take hold. Distracted by thoughts of a baby, Casey didn’t hear the car until it was too late. It slammed into her at almost fifty miles an hour, breaking nearly every bone in her body and plunging her into a coma. Lying in her hospital bed, Casey slowly begins to realize that although she is unable to see or communicate, she can hear everything that goes on around her. She soon discovers that her friends aren’t necessarily the people she thought them to be — and that her accident might not have been an accident at all. As she struggles to break free from her living death, she begins to wonder if what lies ahead could be even worse. From the Hardcover edition.
Iran Awakening
Author: Shirin Ebadi, Azadeh Moaveni
Publisher: Vintage Canada
ISBN: 0307369021
Pages: 256
Year: 2011-05-18
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The moving, inspiring memoir of one of the great women of our times, Shirin Ebadi, winner of the 2003 Nobel Peace Prize and advocate for the oppressed, whose spirit has remained strong in the face of political persecution and despite the challenges she has faced raising a family while pursuing her work. Best known in this country as the lawyer working tirelessly on behalf of Canadian photojournalist, Zara Kazemi – raped, tortured and murdered in Iran – Dr. Ebadi offers us a vivid picture of the struggles of one woman against the system. The book movingly chronicles her childhood in a loving, untraditional family, her upbringing before the Revolution in 1979 that toppled the Shah, her marriage and her religious faith, as well as her life as a mother and lawyer battling an oppressive regime in the courts while bringing up her girls at home. Outspoken, controversial, Shirin Ebadi is one of the most fascinating women today. She rose quickly to become the first female judge in the country; but when the religious authorities declared women unfit to serve as judges she was demoted to clerk in the courtroom she had once presided over. She eventually fought her way back as a human rights lawyer, defending women and children in politically charged cases that most lawyers were afraid to represent. She has been arrested and been the target of assassination, but through it all has spoken out with quiet bravery on behalf of the victims of injustice and discrimination and become a powerful voice for change, almost universally embraced as a hero. Her memoir is a gripping story – a must-read for anyone interested in Zara Kazemi’s case, in the life of a remarkable woman, or in understanding the political and religious upheaval in our world. From the Hardcover edition.
The Rain Before It Falls
Author: Jonathan Coe
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0307268551
Pages: 256
Year: 2008-03-11
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As a young girl, Rosamond is sent to Shropshire to escape the Blitz. Here, in the countryside, she forms a close bond with her older cousin, Beatrix, a young woman haunted by anger and resentment. Sixty years later, just before her death, Rosamond records her memories on cassettes, addressing them to a distant cousin—a near stranger-named Imogen. As Gill, her beloved niece, listens to these tapes, a heart—stopping family saga is revealed. In this masterful portrait of three generations of woman, Jonathan Coe exposes the profound reserves of hope and loss within the lives of ordinary woman. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Offspring
Author: Jack Ketchum
Publisher:
ISBN: 0843963972
Pages: 293
Year: 2009-10-01
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Ketchum's classic horror novel about a feral family of cave-dwelling cannibals, first introduced in the popular "Off Season," is now a major motion picture from Ghost House Underground, directed by Andrew van der Houten.
Zwischen Metaphysik und Politik
Author: Dierk Wolters
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110891735
Pages: 337
Year: 1998-01-01
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Using a chronological interpretation of the text as it took shape, the author demonstrates that Thomas Mann's novel "Joseph and His Brothers" has close direct links with the years in which it was written, i.e. the Weimar Republic and the Nazi era. In a period calling increasingly for political commitment on the part of the author, Mann saw himself obligated to review the fatalistic and unpolitical stance he had hitherto adopted. "Joseph and His Brothers" invites reflection on whether and how it is possible to preserve the philosophical premisses of its author (metaphysics and the celebration of 'inner' values) in a modern, political age.
Skin
Author: Mo Hayder
Publisher: Open Road + Grove/Atlantic
ISBN: 0802198015
Pages: 384
Year: 2011-02-08
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A Jack Caffrey thriller from “easily today’s best writer of visceral and elemental horror . . . guaranteed to creep out even the strongest of heart.” (Booklist, starred review) In her eerie and hair-raising thriller Skin, Mo Hayder trails her two unforgettable protagonists as they race to staunch a rising tide of blood in a sweltering port town. When the decomposing body of a young woman is found, the wounds on her wrists suggest an open-and-shut case of suicide. But Jack Caffery is not so sure. Other apparent suicides are cropping up, and they all have a connection to Elf’s Grotto, a nearly bottomless network of flooded quarries just outside the city. Caffery begins to suspect a shadowy and sinister predator, someone—or something—that can disappear into darkness and slip into houses unseen. Working alongside Caffery is rough-and-tough police diver Flea Marley, but while pursuing her investigation, she stumbles upon something far too close to home that no one—not even Caffery—can help her face. Skin is a penetrating dissection of family, friendships, and the evil that can tear them apart—or bind them together. Devious and disturbing, it introduces one of Hayder’s most horrifying villains yet. “Hayder is not a subdued writer. Her characters are almost as chilling as the horrors that they are investigating.” —The Times (London)