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Diamond City

Author : Francesca Flores
Publisher : Wednesday Books
Release : 2020-01-28
Category : Young Adult Fiction
ISBN : 9781250220462

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"A thrilling adventure, through a vibrant city as alive as any character, about a girl willing to do anything to better her circumstances. " – Emily A. Duncan, New York Times bestselling author of Wicked Saints Good things don't happen to girls who come from nothing...unless they risk everything. Fierce and ambitious, Aina Solís as sharp as her blade and as mysterious as the blood magic she protects. After the murder of her parents, Aina takes a job as an assassin to survive and finds a new family in those like her: the unwanted and forgotten. Her boss is brutal and cold, with a questionable sense of morality, but he provides a place for people with nowhere else to go. And makes sure they stay there. DIAMOND CITY: built by magic, ruled by tyrants, and in desperate need of saving. It is a world full of dark forces and hidden agendas, old rivalries and lethal new enemies. To claim a future for herself in a world that doesn't want her to survive, Aina will have to win a game of murder and conspiracy—and risk losing everything. Full of action, romance and dark magic, book one of Francesca Flores' breathtaking fantasy duology will leave readers eager for more!

Black Diamond City

Author : Jan Peterson
Publisher : Heritage House Publishing Co
Release : 2002
Category : History
ISBN : 1894384512

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Book Black Diamond City Description/Summary:

Black Diamond City: The Victorian Era is the first book in Jan Peterson's trilogy on the history of Nanaimo. Peterson traces the evolution of the city from its First Nations history to its coal industry to its becoming a diversified Victorian-era community. Using original diaries, journals, letters, ships' logs, government records, maps, archival photographs and her own drawings, Peterson vividly brings to life both the historical events that shaped Nanaimo and its people.

Shadow City

Author : Francesca Flores
Publisher : Wednesday Books
Release : 2021-01-26
Category : Young Adult Fiction
ISBN : 9781250220493

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Francesca Flores' Shadow City is the stunning action-packed conclusion to The City of Diamond and Steel duology. Aina Solís has fought her way to the top of criminal ranks in the city of Kosín by wresting control of an assassin empire owned by her old boss, Kohl. She never has to fear losing her home and returning to life on the streets again—except Kohl, the man who tried to ruin her life, will do anything to get his empire back. Aina sets out to kill him before he can kill her. But Alsane Bautix, the old army general who was banned from his seat in the government after Aina revealed his corruption, is working to take back power by destroying anyone who stands in his way. With a new civil war on the horizon and all their lives at risk, the only way for Aina to protect her home is to join up with the only other criminal more notorious than her: Kohl himself. As Bautix’s attacks increase, Aina and Kohl work together to stop his incoming weapons shipments and his plans to take back the Tower of Steel. To defeat them both, Aina will resort to betrayal, poison, and a deadly type of magic that hasn’t been used in years. Through narrow alleys, across train rooftops, and deep in the city’s tunnels, Aina and Kohl will test each other’s strengths and limits, each of them knowing that once Bautix is dead, they’ll still have to face each other. If she manages to kill him, she’ll finally have the freedom she wants—but it might forever mark her as his shadow in a city where only the strongest survive.

The Chariot to Diamond City

Author : Susan Ashcroft
Publisher : Dorrance Publishing
Release : 2014-11-12
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781480909281

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Book The Chariot to Diamond City Description/Summary:

The Chariot to Diamond City is the remarkable and uplifting story of six children who all share the same birthday. They are each guided by a magnificent Queen hailing from a place that is very near to the “Heavenly Realm” and learn of their great mission. They were all born on Earth at precisely the time their country and the world would need them most. On the dawn of their ninth birthday the Queen embarks upon a well-orchestrated plan, hoping that together, the children will help ignite world peace by returning America to the Founding Father's original intentions . . . that their country might be the guiding light for all of humanity. The Queen invites them to join her in a leap of faith by flying toward an extraordinary journey, setting them on the path to fulfill their sacred destiny. Universal in its appeal to children and adults alike, this is a timeless tale of great importance. It encourages the reader to follow one's own heart and stand up for the dream of living in a peaceful world . . . a world based on cooperation, equality, friendship, and trust. Join these courageous children in the magic and wonder of their life-changing lessons that are at times humorous, suspenseful, heartfelt, and often challenging. They encounter a truly unique cast of unforgettable characters in one incredible experience after another and become The Guardians of Freedom!

Slocum and the Diamond City Affair

Author : Jake Logan
Publisher : Berkley
Release : 2012
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9780515151190

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Book Slocum and the Diamond City Affair Description/Summary:

Hired by Casey O'Riley to get his wife and horses back, Slocum, while on the trail with O'Riley and a lovely senorita named Rosa, takes a stand against the no-good horse theives who have no idea who they are messing with. Original.

Tales from the Diamond City Social Club

Author : Douglas Simpson
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
Release : 2015-10-23
Category : Education
ISBN : 9781514419830

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Book Tales from the Diamond City Social Club Description/Summary:

What about this book? For one thing, at first look, it seems to be poorly organized. Granted, it does seem to be confusing. However, as disorganized as it appears to be, all four of the chapters are connected quite logically. All four of the chapters exist for one purpose: each one of the four has something important to say about why Diamond City is so unique and has a very bright future. The focus now is to make that bright future a reality. Chapter I: Let us consider the unique kind of people our residents are. For example, read this chapter and find out how our people demonstrated the strong humanitarian traits that are embedded in the folks of Diamond City. They are the core of Diamond City. Chapter II: This one is easy. It is connected to where prospective visitors need to go. In this chapter, there is an answer for any visitor and/or prospect that asks a question about any topic having to do with Diamond City. Chapter III: If you are looking to check out what is in Diamond City, you will have to do some research on our animals, especially those that may come to your property at any time of the day or night. This chapter has two animal tales to tell. One is about a real-life story of humans attempting to deal with three kinds of precocious animals. Find out who wins! The second animal tale is about intergroup relations between Canada geese, mallard ducks, migrant ducks, and one coot. It may cause you to compare their behavior with some humans you know. Chapter IV: Here we have done a favor for our prospects. They now have a source where they can find out firsthand from our residents what it is like to live in DC.

A Dash from Diamond City

Author : George Manville Fenn
Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
Release : 2020-07-29
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9783752368307

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Book A Dash from Diamond City Description/Summary:

Reproduction of the original: A Dash from Diamond City by George Manville Fenn

The Diamond City: Book One of the Adventures of Vernon Auldswell, Gentleman Explorer

Author : Vivian Caethe
Publisher : Bold Strokes Books Inc
Release : 2013-06-01
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781626390270

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Book The Diamond City: Book One of the Adventures of Vernon Auldswell, Gentleman Explorer Description/Summary:

Through the Bridge of Bones, to the Ancestor Tree, find the Fish that waits in the Sea. Vernon is driven to find the mythical Diamond City, the last remaining artifact of the War that almost destroyed the planet thousands of years ago. Harold's expertise with the cavern dwellers allows him to follow his heart and accompany Vernon down into the cave systems that might lead to their goal. In the midnight-dark depths of the caverns, danger abounds and both men are tried to the limits of their strength and their newfound love. Allied against them are the bad luck feared by the cavern dwellers, the ravenous spiderlike laminak, and the machinations of the deadly Queen of the Morven. Deep in the ocean depths, the City wakes from its slumber.

City of Diamond

Author : Jane Emerson
Publisher : D A W Books, Incorporated
Release : 1996
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 0886777046

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Book City of Diamond Description/Summary:

The newly appointed Protector of an intergalactic city-ship, Adrian Mercati is urged by his predecessor to strengthen his position by locating the Sawyer Crown, an alien artifact that will give him superiority over his enemies. Original.

Diamond Bar

Author : City of Diamond Bar,Diamond Bar Historical Society
Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
Release : 2014-09-29
Category : Photography
ISBN : 9781439647455

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Book Diamond Bar Description/Summary:

As with many Southern California communities, Diamond Bar’s recorded history began with a Spanish land grant. One of the area’s first settlers was Jose de la Luz Linares, who founded Rancho Los Nogales (Ranch of the Walnut Trees) on the 4,340 acres granted to him by Mexican governor Juan Alvarado in 1840. The grant included Brea Canyon and the eastern Walnut Valley, a portion of which became the Diamond Bar Ranch, founded by Frederick E. Lewis II in 1918. In 1956, the area looked much as it did in 1840, its golden hills peppered with green stands of oak and walnut trees and grazed by large herds of cattle. In that year, the Transamerica Corporation paid $10 million for 8,000 acres of Brea Canyon, with plans to construct Southern California’s largest master-planned community and name it Diamond Bar. Incorporated on April 18, 1989, the city of Diamond Bar is home to nearly 55,000 residents and is located at the crossroads of the Orange (57) and Pomona (60) Freeways on the eastern edge of Los Angeles County.

The Diamond of Darkhold

Author : Jeanne DuPrau
Publisher : Random House Books for Young Readers
Release : 2008
Category : Juvenile Fiction
ISBN : 0375955712

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Book The Diamond of Darkhold Description/Summary:

When a roamer trades them an ancient book with only a few pages remaining, Lina and Doon return to Ember to seek the machine the book seems to describe in hopes that it will get their new community, Sparks, through the winter.

The Diamond Spy

Author : C. Swallow
Publisher : Frankincense City
Release : 2019-02-15
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 1796948519

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Book The Diamond Spy Description/Summary:

Ultimate Menage M/M/M/M/F in dystopia [18]][Intense-BDSM][ADULTS-ONLY]Terribly good things await Alyssa when she lands a job as a spy. Even if infiltrating the Black Lair Clubhouse to steal a ring from the Lord of the Underworld is risky business. Three women have already lost their lives attempting such a feat but Alyssa is determined she will be the first to survive.There is just one problem. Dale has three close, notoriously dangerous men that protect him at all times. Imposing, armed and highly intelligent, the four gangsters together, are known as STRIKE. They lead the Gang of Shadows; where Misfits with mutated Gifts awarded by a Dooms Day now a century past, rebel against the Government in Frankincense City [FC]. Will Alyssa complete her mission for the government organisation who hired her... or will she take the other positively evil alternative? Because, STRIKE might just have a better place for The Diamond Spy. That is, if she is partial to the idea of being shared by the four evil villains of FC, who all have the worst kind of intentions.

The Diamond in the Bronx

Author : Neil J. Sullivan
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release : 2001-04-19
Category : History
ISBN : 9780190623524

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Book The Diamond in the Bronx Description/Summary:

Timed to be released at the start of 2008 spring training, Neil Sullivan's The Diamond in the Bronx chronicles the entire history of a stadium that has been home to the greatest dynasty in sports history, a stadium that will see its final Yankees game in 2008. As Yankee Stadium is about to become a memory, an indelible part of the cultural history of baseball and of New York City, Neil Sullivan's The Diamond in the Bronx offers a fascinating account of its history and its position at the intersection of sports, business, government, and society, Sullivan tells how Yankee Stadium came to be built in 1923, at a time when the Bronx was a burgeoning borough that held middle class housing for immigrants as well as hunting lodges for wealthy Manhattanites, an era when small children could ride the subway, alone, to the ball game, and when many of the ballplayers themselves lived on the Grand Concourse. As the city and the Bronx changed, Yankeedom changed too, and the stadium is now surrounded by of parking lots, symbolic of the team's suburban fan base and the decline of the South Bronx. In recent years the team has threatened to leave New York City, prompting extravagant proposals for keeping it there, including a billion dollar new stadium in Manhattan to be financed with public money. The resulting stadium controversy tells us much about the public's changing views of government and the changing nature of professional sports. For Yankee fans, baseball aficionados, and anyone interested in the increasingly vexed relationship between sports, business, and politics, The Diamond in the Bronx offers a wealth of detail, insight, and historical perspective.

Chicago on the Make

Author : Andrew J. Diamond
Publisher : University of California Press
Release : 2020-04-07
Category : History
ISBN : 9780520286498

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Book Chicago on the Make Description/Summary:

"Effectively details the long history of racial conflict and abuse that has led to Chicago becoming one of America's most segregated cities. . . . A wealth of material."—New York Times Winner of the 2017 Jon Gjerde Prize, Midwestern History Association Winner of the 2017 Award of Superior Achievement, Illinois State Historical Society Heralded as America’s quintessentially modern city, Chicago has attracted the gaze of journalists, novelists, essayists, and scholars as much as any city in the nation. And, yet, few historians have attempted big-picture narratives of the city’s transformation over the twentieth century. Chicago on the Make traces the evolution of the city’s politics, culture, and economy as it grew from an unruly tangle of rail yards, slaughterhouses, factories, tenement houses, and fiercely defended ethnic neighborhoods into a truly global urban center. Reinterpreting the familiar narrative that Chicago’s autocratic machine politics shaped its institutions and public life, Andrew J. Diamond demonstrates how the grassroots politics of race crippled progressive forces and enabled an alliance of downtown business interests to promote a neoliberal agenda that created stark inequalities. Chicago on the Make takes the story into the twenty-first century, chronicling Chicago’s deeply entrenched social and urban problems as the city ascended to the national stage during the Obama years.

The Diamond of Darkhold

Author : Jeanne DuPrau
Publisher : Yearling
Release : 2008
Category : Juvenile Fiction
ISBN : 9780375855726

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Book The Diamond of Darkhold Description/Summary:

When a roamer trades them an ancient book with only a few pages remaining, Lina and Doon return to Ember to seek the machine the book seems to describe in hopes that it will get their new community, Sparks, through the winter.

Montana

Author : Michael P. Malone,Richard B. Roeder,William L. Lang
Publisher : University of Washington Press
Release : 1991
Category : History
ISBN : 0295971290

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Book Montana Description/Summary:

Montana: A History of Two Centuries first appeared in 1976 and immediately became the standard work in its field. In this thoroughgoing revision, William L. Lang has joined Michael P. Malone and Richard B. Roeder in carrying forward the narrative to the 1990s. Fully twenty percent of the text is new or revised, incorporating the results of new research and new interpretations dealing with pre-history, Native American studies, ethnic history, women's studies, oral history, and recent political history. In addition, the bibliography has been updated and greatly expanded, new maps have been drawn, and new photographs have been selected.

The Outer Banks Gazetteer

Author : Roger L. Payne
Publisher : UNC Press Books
Release : 2021-02-09
Category : Reference
ISBN : 9781469662299

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Book The Outer Banks Gazetteer Description/Summary:

The rich history of North Carolina's Outer Banks is reflected in the names of its towns, geographic features, and waterways. A book over twenty years in the making, The Outer Banks Gazetteer is a comprehensive reference guide to the region's place names—over 3,000 entries in all. Along the way, Roger L. Payne has cataloged an incredible history of beaches, inlets, towns and communities, islands, rivers, and even sand dunes. There are also many entries for locations that no longer exist—inlets that have disappeared due to erosion or storms, abandoned towns, and Native American villages—which highlight important and nearly forgotten places in North Carolina's history. Going beyond simply recounting the facts behind the names, Payne offers information-packed and entertainingly written stories of North Carolina, its coastal geography, and its people. Perfect for anyone interested in the North Carolina coast, this invaluable reference guide uncovers the history of one of the most-visited areas in the Southeast.

The Sprawl

Author : Jason Diamond
Publisher : Coffee House Press
Release : 2020-08-25
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 9781566895903

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Book The Sprawl Description/Summary:

For decades the suburbs have been where art happens despite: despite the conformity, the emptiness, the sameness. Time and again, the story is one of gems formed under pressure and that resentment of the suburbs is the key ingredient for creative transcendence. But what if, contrary to that, the suburb has actually been an incubator for distinctly American art, as positively and as surely as in any other cultural hothouse? Mixing personal experience, cultural reportage, and history while rejecting clichés and pieties and these essays stretch across the country in an effort to show that this uniquely American milieu deserves another look.