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Wrong Place, Right Time
Author: Elle Casey
Publisher: Montlake Romance
ISBN: 1503936546
Pages: 358
Year: 2016-07-05
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Jenny's single-parent life revolves around her kids and her job, which means that hours of Animal Planet and strings of computer code are about all she has time for. Not that Jenny's looking for adventure or romance--she's the type of woman who believes in playing it safe. When Jenny is called upon to do some consulting for the Bourbon Street Boys--a New Orleans private security firm--she knows she should stay away. They conduct surveillance on known criminals and put themselves in harm's way pretty much every day, so No is the obvious answer...Problem is, there's a guy on the team with a body to die for and a dimple that just won't quit luring Jenny in, tempting her to throw all caution to the wind. Will Jenny take the risk or will she do what she's always done--play it safe and wait for the right time?
Wrong Place at the Right Time
Author: Dawn Taylor Wells
Publisher: Tag Publishing LLC
ISBN: 1934606391
Pages: 180
Year: 2012-04-01
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Everyone has had the thought, "What is my life really about?" Though we may fool ourselves into thinking that our lives are fine and the issues we experience are no big deal, it can take just one glaring mistake to make it painfully clear that we are lying to ourselves. We all want that happy, fulfilling, rewarding life everyone talks about but often we have no clue how to get it! Dawn Wells has been there. At the age of 38, Dawn thought her dream of being a successful person and loving wife was over, and worse, she was convinced it was something beyond her grasp. After carrying around the emotional baggage from a terribly disappointing childhood for years, she'd given up hope for the happily ever after. Night after night, party after party, she was left feeling hollow and alone. Finally, one humbling night out, everything changed. A run-in with an adversary caught her completely off-guard and from that low point, she found the faith to understand and believe she would never be alone again. Dawn knows firsthand how the pain of childhood dysfunctional relationships is carried into adulthood, negatively affecting one's self-esteem and sense of self worth for years. Her story is one of healing the deepest wounds that keep us in emotional bondage and convince us that the 'good life' has passed us by. Throughout life's twists and turns, joys and defeats, Dawn discovered that faith and hope are her constant companions and that the tools she used to overcome her deepest fears can help others. Wrong Place at the Right Time is one woman's journey from a painful existence of fear, loneliness, and rejection to a place of peace, love and redemption. It's a story for all who have struggled with the ghosts from their past and want to move forward and create their own version of happily ever after in a real and sustainable way.
Wrong Place, Right Time
Author: Michael J. Macoun
Publisher: The Radcliffe Press
ISBN: 1860640192
Pages: 184
Year: 1996-10-15
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Born into overseas service, the author trained in the Metropolitan police and joined the Colonial Police service in Tanganyika. This book examines the role of the police service in parts of the British empire abroad, based upon the author's experiences. During World War II, he was involved in the internment of Nazi sympathizers, and as Superintendent of Police in Dar Es Salaam he had to cope with civil and industrial unrest resulting from the end of the war and demobilization. However, as Inspector General of Police in Uganda, the author faced independence campaigns, rebellion, mutiny, incursions from unstable neighbouring states, influxes of refugees and the effective localization of the Ugandan police.
Wrong Place, Right Time
Author: A. T. Brennan
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1542429706
Pages: 290
Year: 2017-01-08
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Kenzie Smoak has been trying to be invisible since escaping an abusive relationship five years ago. She's a typical girl with a few extra pounds, a tendency to overthink things, and nearly crippling social anxiety. Kenzie thought she had her life under control, until the night she found herself in the wrong place at the right time. Tyler Davidson has been floating and trying to survive since leaving the military five years ago. Left with a disfigured leg and a serious case of PTSD, he's doing his best to pretend that he's fine and still the handsome and charismatic playboy he was before his injury. After being involved in an armed robbery together, Kenzie and Tyler begin an emotional and turbulent journey of personal discovery and emotional ups and downs. Will her low sense of worth and his inability to truly give in to his emotions be their undoing? Or will they be able to put the past behind them and move forward together?
Wrong Place-right Time---peacekeeping in Afghanistan, Sudan, Iraq and Somalia
Author: R. Quejas-Risdon
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1456716581
Pages: 320
Year: 2011-01
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While entertaining and occasionally humorous, this book also delivers a punch in the gut as it takes you across three continents and documents real life in the most dangerous areas of the world.Somalia -the most dangerous place on earth? A grenade attack, the downing of U.S. Blackhawks and negotiating under live fire in the Mogadishu Airport are only the start of the tumultuous career of a U.N. Peacekeeper and his family.Iraq- Narrowly escaping arrest by Saddam's police, the author then takes an assignment in New York only to witness firsthand the attacks and devastation of 9/11.Afghanistan- The prima donna of U.N. missions. What is otherwise a "mission impossible" is made bearable by the hijinks of other staff members and Jimmy, a scruffy German Sheppard dog befriended by the author.Sudan- As a Head of Office in oil rich central Sudan the author uses diplomatic skills in a stand off between rebels and Sudanese military. Forced to fend for themselves, the staff members operate an underground supply system reminiscent of "Catch 22" providing a humorous but little know view of life as a peacekeeper.The Future of Peacekeeping- The author identifies the biggest problems facing U.N. Peacekeeping if it is to remain viable. He also argues that the critical changes required for its own survival may not even be within the authority of DPKO to make.Filled with personal photos and informative maps this is a factual, vivid and entertaining account of the highs and lows of an international life.
Wrong Place, Right Time
Author: Brooke Williams
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1543193463
Pages: 194
Year: 2017-03-30
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Wrong Place, Right Time is a humorous, light romance about TV traffic reporter, Kate Covington. After admitting she is in love with her best friend, Brian, Kate barges into a Las Vegas wedding chapel to stop him from getting married. When the bride storms out, Kate see that she interrupted the wrong wedding. The groom, Chad Leida, who needs to marry before turning 30 in order to inherit his family fortune, has an intriguing offer for Kate. Marry him and spend a year as his wife for a million dollars. Kate, who is greatly in debt and believes her friend has already married considers the offer. Once Kate makes her spontaneous decision, her life is on the fast track and the real adventure begins. Caught between two men, she begins to realize that though she turned up in the Wrong Place, she might have arrived just at the Right Time.
Wrong Place, Right Time
Author: April Kelley
Publisher: eXtasy Books
ISBN: 1487413947
Pages: 86
Year: 2017-07-14
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He only knows one way of life, and that’s hand to mouth, but when a soldier offers him something better, it’s difficult to trust something so freely given. Uri Etters is very good at getting himself into trouble. Good thing for him he knows how to handle most criminals. He finds himself in need of a rescue when some territorial crow shifters think he’s an enemy spy. Virion might have swooped in and saved the day, but it’s been Uri’s experience that nothing comes free, not even from a respected Rogue soldier. Uri discovers love comes easier than trust.
The Wrong Place at the Right Time
Author: Barb Ege
Publisher:
ISBN: 1387654802
Pages: 196
Year: 2018-04-20
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The true story of my Mom's life. From growing up on a dairy farm with seven siblings to surviving a coup in Haiti, life has been an adventure. She survived a brutal assault that nearly took her life, a near fatal car crash, and was witness to more than one miracle. Read about 85+ years of adventure from an unstoppable women who has left a profound mark on hundreds of lives.
Greenport
Author: Roselle Borrelli
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1640820434
Pages: 152
Year: 2017-09-27
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Greenport: The Right Place at the Wrong Time, a historical tale by Roselle Borrelli, is a story about a house, a family, a builder, and some of the people who lived in the village of Greenport from approximately 1830s to early 1900s. It is a true historical account of the happenings in Greenport based mostly on a compilation of facts in the local historical newspapers. With all the facts in order, the story weaves its tale based on the author’s own unique, odd, and paranormal experiences within the home. How the facts come to unravel their tale is all part of the investigation into the lives of Andrew J. Wiggins and Orange H. Cleaves. These two important men of Greenport Village, although having lived nearly 150 years ago, come to life on the pages of the book. The two men’s lives become revealed to the author who happens to be the owner of the house where it all took place. The Right Place at The Wrong Time describes the author’s sensation of being the perfect person to live in the house, but understands that she might have arrived late, maybe 150 years late. That being said, the story tells a tale of odd occurrences, leads, and coincidences that will have you convinced there might just be something else going on than that which meets the eye.
Cafe Society
Author: Barney Josephson, Terry Trilling-Josephson
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 0252095839
Pages: 456
Year: 2009-03-12
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Set against the drama of the Great Depression, the conflict of American race relations, and the inquisitions of the House Un-American Activities Committee, Cafe Society tells the personal history of Barney Josephson, proprietor of the legendary interracial New York City night clubs Cafe Society Downtown and Cafe Society Uptown and their successor, The Cookery. Famously known as "the wrong place for the Right people," Cafe Society featured the cream of jazz and blues performers--among whom were Billie Holiday, Big Joe Turner, Lester Young, Buck Clayton, Big Sid Catlett, and Mary Lou Williams--as well as comedy stars Imogene Coca, Zero Mostel, and Jack Gilford, the boogie-woogie pianists, and legendary gospel and folk artists. A trailblazer in many ways, Josephson welcomed black and white artists alike to perform for mixed audiences in a venue whose walls were festooned with artistic and satiric murals lampooning what was then called "high society." Featuring scores of photographs that illustrate the vibrant cast of characters in Josephson's life, this exceptional book speaks richly about Cafe Society's revolutionary innovations and creativity, inspired by the vision of one remarkable man.
Wrong Place Right Time
Author: Ravette Wynters
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1723129011
Pages: 270
Year: 2018-08-04
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High barbed wire fences, railroad tracks, barking dogs. As well as the many looks of confusion and fear. One by one the prisoners who held these very looks would be lead to their deaths. Who would do such a thing? No other than the guards of Auschwitz. Who exactly were these people? Cruel people with a sadistic drive? For some the answer would be yes. However others were just ordinary people looking for a job and a way to serve. Gisela Heissler is new to Auschwitz with a couple of goals already in mind. To make a name for herself and for her family to be proud of her. Quickly she realizes that being an Aufseherin at Auschwitz means much more than just overseeing prisoners. The grounds of the camp hold just as much drama as any other work place.
Atomic Farmgirl
Author: Teri Hein
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0618302417
Pages: 255
Year: 2003
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Recounts the author's childhood during the 1950s and 1960s as the granddaughter of German Lutheran homesteaders in rural Washington, during which she experienced farm life and Cold-War patriotism while her community was unwittingly threatened by the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. Reprint.
The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time
Author: William Safire
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416587403
Pages: 448
Year: 2007-11-01
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For the past twenty-five years Americans have relied on Pulitzer Prize-winning wordsmith William Safire for their weekly dose of linguistic illumination in The New York Times Magazine's column "On Language" -- one of the most popular features of the magazine and a Sunday-morning staple for innumerable fans. He is the most widely read writer on the English language today. Safire is the guru of contemporary vocabulary, speech, language, usage and writing. Dedicated and disputatious readers itch to pick up each column and respond to the week's linguistic wisdom with a gotcha letter to the Times. The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time marks the publication of Safire's sixteenth book on language. This collection is a classic to be read, re-read, enjoyed and fought over. Fans, critics and fellow linguists wait with bated (from the French abattre "to beat down") breath for each new anthology -- and, like its predecessors, this one is bound to satisfy and delight. Safire finds fodder for his columns in politics and current events, as well as in science, technology, entertainment and daily life. The self-proclaimed card-carrying language maven and pop grammarian is not above tackling his own linguistic blunders as he detects language trends and tracks words, phrases and clichés to their source. Scholarly, entertaining and thoughtful, Safire's critical observations about language and slanguage are at once provocative and enlightening. Safire is America's go-to guy when it comes to language, and he has included sharp and passionately opinionated letters from readers across the English-speaking world who have been unable to resist picking up a pen to put the maven himself in his place or to offer alternate interpretations, additional examples, amusing anecdotes or just props. The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time is a fascinating, learned and piquant look at the oddities and foibles that find their way into the English language. Exposing linguistic hooey and rigamarole and filled with Safire's trademark wisdom, this book has a place on the desk or bedside table of all who share his profound love of the English language -- as well as his penchant for asking "What does that mean?" Or, "Wassat?" This new collection is sure to delight readers, writers and word lovers everywhere and spark the interest of anyone who has ever wondered, "Where did the phrase 'brazen hussy' come from?"
The Z Factor: My Journey as the Wrong Man at the Right Time
Author: Subhash Chandra, Pranjal Sharma
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9351773256
Pages: 296
Year: 2016-01-10
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The pioneer who gate-crashed his way to the top Subhash Chandra, the promoter of Essel/ Zee Group, is an unlikely mogul. Hailing from a small town in Haryana, where his family ran grain mills, Chandra has been a perennial outsider, repeatedly aiming high and breaking into businesses where he was considered an interloper. Starting work as a teen to pay off family debts, Chandra had to rely on bluff, gumption and sheer hard toil to turn things around. A little bit of luck and political patronage saw him make a fortune in rice exports to the erstwhile USSR. Always a risk-taker, Chandra then had the vision of getting into broadcasting early, even as established media players failed to see its potential. His Zee TV, India's first private Indian TV channel, changed the rules of the game and tickled the fancy of a public starved of entertainment. Several gutsy initiatives followed, though not all of them were successful. Chandra's attempts to launch satellite telephony and a cricket league came a cropper. But the man continues to reinvent himself; he is now also focusing on infrastructure and smart cities. This is an unusually candid memoir of a truly desi self-made businessman who came to Delhi at age twenty with seventeen rupees in his pocket. Today, he has a net worth of $6.3 billion and annual group revenues of about $3 billion.
Wrong Place, Wrong Time
Author: Tilia Klebenov Jacobs
Publisher:
ISBN: 0989860116
Pages: 408
Year: 2013-10-01
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When Tsara Adelman leaves her husband and two young children for a weekend to visit her estranged uncle, she little dreams he is holding several local children captive on his lavish estate. Mike Westbrook, father of one of the boys, kidnaps her to trade her life for the children's. Soon Tsara and Mike are fleeing through New Hampshire's mountain wilderness pursued by two rogue cops with murder on their minds.

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