Casting Out

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The Lamplighters

They say we'll never know what happened to those men.

They say the sea keeps its secrets

Cornwall, 1972. Three keepers vanish from a remote lighthouse, miles from the shore. The entrance door is locked from the inside. The clocks have stopped. The Principal Keeper’s weather log describes a mighty storm, but the skies have been clear all week.

What happened to those three men, out on the tower? The heavy sea whispers their names. The tide shifts beneath the swell, drowning ghosts. Can their secrets ever be recovered from the waves?

Twenty years later, the women they left behind are still struggling to move on. Helen, Jenny and Michelle should have been united by the tragedy, but instead it drove them apart. And then a writer approaches them. He wants to give them a chance to tell their side of the story. But only in confronting their darkest fears can the truth begin to surface .

The Lamplighters is a heart stopping mystery rich with the salty air of the Cornish coast, and an unforgettable story of love and grief that explores the way our fears blur the line between the real and the imagined.

The Consequences of Fear (Maisie Dobbs #16)

As Europe buckles under Nazi occupation, Maisie Dobbs investigates a possible murder that threatens devastating repercussions for Britain's war efforts in this latest installment in the New York Times bestselling mystery series.

September 1941. While on a delivery, young Freddie Hackett, a message runner for a government office, witnesses an argument that ends in murder. Crouching in the doorway of a bombed out house, Freddie waits until the coast is clear. But when he arrives at the delivery address, he’s shocked to come face to face with the killer.

Dismissed by the police when he attempts to report the crime, Freddie goes in search of a woman he once met when delivering a message: Maisie Dobbs. While Maisie believes the boy and wants to help, she must maintain extreme caution: she’s working secretly for the Special Operations Executive, assessing candidates for crucial work with the French resistance. Her two worlds collide when she spots the killer in a place she least expects. She soon realizes she’s been pulled into the orbit of a man who has his own reasons to kill—reasons that go back to the last war.

As Maisie becomes entangled in a power struggle between Britain’s intelligence efforts in France and the work of Free French agents operating across Europe, she must also contend with the lingering question of Freddie Hackett’s state of mind. What she uncovers could hold disastrous consequences for all involved in this compelling chapter of the “series that seems to get better with every entry” (Wall Street Journal).

The Deadly Mystery of the Missing Diamonds (A Dizzy Heights Mystery #1)

Missing diamonds. Mysterious deaths. And all that jazz.

London, 1925. With their band the Dizzy Heights, jazz musicians Ivor ‘Skins’ Maloney and Bartholomew ‘Barty’ Dunn are used to improvising as they play the Charleston for flappers and toffs, but things are about to take a surprising turn.

Superintendent Sunderland has had word that a deserter who stole a fortune in diamonds as he fled the war is a member of the Aristippus private members’ club in Mayfair—where the Dizzy Heights have a residency. And the thief is planning to steal a hoard of jewels hidden there under the cover of a dance contest.

As mutual pal Lady Hardcastle has suggested, Skins and Dunn are perfectly placed to be Sunderland’s eyes and ears—and Skins’s wife Ellie soon lends a hand with a bit of light snooping. But the stakes change dramatically when a mysterious death at the club brings a sinister note to the investigation.

With the dance contest fast approaching, the trio must solve the mystery of the missing diamonds, unmask the murderer, and prevent deadly crimes—all without missing a beat.

The Conductors

A compelling debut by a new voice in fantasy fiction, The Conductors features the magic and mystery of Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files written with the sensibility and historical setting of Octavia Butler’s Kindred: Introducing Hetty Rhodes, a magic user and former conductor on the Underground Railroad who now solves crimes in post–Civil War Philadelphia.As a conductor on the Underground Railroad, Hetty Rhodes helped usher dozens of people north with her wits and magic. Now that the Civil War is over, Hetty and her husband Benjy have settled in Philadelphia, solving murders and mysteries that the white authorities won’t touch. When they find one of their friends slain in an alley, Hetty and Benjy bury the body and set off to find answers. But the secrets and intricate lies of the elites of Black Philadelphia only serve to dredge up questions. To solve this mystery, they will have to face ugly truths all around them, including the ones about each other. In this vibrant and original novel, Nicole Glover joins a roster of contemporary writers within fantasy, such as Victor LaValle and Zen Cho, who use speculative fiction to delve into important historical and cultural threads.

An Unexpected Peril (Veronica Speedwell, #6)

A princess is missing, and a peace treaty is on the verge of collapse in this new Veronica Speedwell adventure from the New York Times bestselling and Edgar Award nominated author Deanna Raybourn.

January 1889. As the newest member of the Curiosity Club—an elite society of brilliant, intrepid women—Veronica Speedwell is excited to put her many skills to good use. As she assembles a memorial exhibition for pioneering mountain climber Alice Baker Greene, Veronica discovers evidence that the recent death was not a tragic climbing accident but murder. Veronica and her natural historian beau, Stoker, tell the patron of the exhibit, Princess Gisela of Alpenwald, of their findings. With Europe on the verge of war, Gisela's chancellor, Count von Rechstein, does not want to make waves—and before Veronica and Stoker can figure out their next move, the princess disappears.

Having noted Veronica's resemblance to the princess, von Rechstein begs her to pose as Gisela for the sake of the peace treaty that brought the princess to England. Veronica reluctantly agrees to the scheme. She and Stoker must work together to keep the treaty intact while navigating unwelcome advances, assassination attempts, and Veronica's own family—the royalty who has never claimed her.

The Dark Heart of Florence (Lady Emily #15)

In the next Lady Emily Mystery, The Dark Heart of Florence, critically acclaimed author Tasha Alexander transports readers to the legendary city of Florence, where Lady Emily and Colin must solve a murder with clues leading back to the time of the Medici.In 1903, tensions between Britain and Germany are starting to loom over Europe, something that has not gone unnoticed by Lady Emily and her husband, Colin Hargreaves. An agent of the Crown, Colin carries the weight of the Empire, but his focus is drawn to Italy by a series of burglaries at his daughter’s palazzo in Florence—burglaries that might have international ramifications. He and Emily travel to Tuscany where, soon after their arrival, a stranger is thrown to his death from the roof onto the marble palazzo floor.Colin’s trusted colleague and fellow agent, Darius Benton Smith, arrives to assist Colin, who insists their mission must remain top secret. Finding herself excluded from the investigation, Emily secretly launches her own clandestine inquiry into the murder, aided by her spirited and witty friend, Cécile. They soon discover that the palazzo may contain a hidden treasure dating back to the days of the Medici and the violent reign of the fanatic monk, Savonarola—days that resonate in the troubled early twentieth century, an uneasy time full of intrigue, duplicity, and warring ideologies. Emily and Cécile race to untangle the cryptic clues leading them through the Renaissance city, but an unimagined danger follows closely behind. And when another violent death puts Emily directly in the path of a killer, there’s much than treasure at stake…

Mystery by the Sea (A Lady Eleanor Swift Mystery #5)

A magnificent seaside hotel, striped deckchairs, strawberry ice cream… and a rather familiar dead body? Lady Swift is on the case!

Spring, 1921. Lady Eleanor Swift, explorer extraordinaire and accidental sleuth, hasn’t had a vacation since she arrived in England a year ago. Being an amateur detective can be a rather tiring business and she is determined to escape any murder and mysteries. So she books into the Grand Hotel in the fashionable resort of Brighton for some fresh air, fish and chips and, of course, a dip in the ocean.

Eleanor is enjoying her view of the waves and trying to find her bathing suit when calamity strikes: a guest has been found dead at her beautiful hotel. The distraught manager, who can’t afford a scandal, asks Eleanor to solve the case as swiftly as possible. Thank goodness she has her partner in crime – Gladstone the bulldog – to help her sniff out the dastardly culprit.

But when Eleanor enters the dead man’s room, she receives a shock big enough to make her forget even the finest ice cream sundae. The body is that of her husband, who supposedly died six years ago on the other side of the world. Has he been alive all these years? Why does he have a copy of their wedding photograph with a cryptic message written on the back? If Eleanor can keep herself safe long enough to find her husband’s killer, she might discover that everything is not quite as it seems beside the seaside…

A warm and witty whodunnit! Fans of Agatha Christie, T E Kinsey and L.B. Hathaway will be utterly charmed by this addictive and absolutely gripping page turner.

Murder at Wedgefield Manor (A Jane Wunderly Mystery #2)

In the wake of World War I, Jane Wunderly a thoroughly modern young American widow is traveling abroad, enjoying the hospitality of an English lord and a perfectly proper manor house, until murder makes an unwelcome appearance

England, 1926: Wedgefield Manor, deep in the tranquil Essex countryside, provides a welcome rest stop for Jane and her matchmaking Aunt Millie before their return to America. While Millie spends time with her long lost daughter, Lillian, and their host, Lord Hughes, Jane fills the hours devouring mystery novels and taking flying lessons much to Millie's disapproval. But any danger in the air is eclipsed by tragedy on the ground when one of the estate's mechanics, Air Force veteran Simon Marshall, is killed in a motorcar collision.

The sliced brake cables prove this was no accident, yet was the intended victim someone other than Simon? The house is full of suspects visiting relations, secretive servants, strangers prowling the grounds at night and also full of targets. The enigmatic Mr. Redvers, who helped Jane solve a murder in Egypt, arrives on the scene to once offer his assistance. It seems that everyone at Wedgefield wants Jane to help protect the Hughes family. But while she searches for answers, is she overlooking a killer hiding in plain sight?

Blood Runs Thicker: The must-read mediaeval mysteries series (Bradecote and Catchpoll Book 8)

‘A series that started well and grows stronger all the time. Both characterisation and historical detail are impeccable and the plot is intriguing and cleverly interwoven' Mystery People

August 1144. Osbern de Lench is known far and wide as a hard master, whose temper is perpetually frayed. After riding to survey his land and the incoming harvest from the top of the nearby hill, his horse returns to the hall riderless and the lifeless body of the lord is found soon after.

Was it the work of thieves, or something closer to home? With an heir who is cast in the same hot tempered mould, sworn enemies for neighbours, and something amiss in the relationship between Osbern and his wife, undersheriff Hugh Bradecote, the wily Serjeant Catchpoll and apprentice Walkelin have suspects aplenty.

‘Ms Hawkswood clearly knows her stuff, both as a historian and a crafter of mysteries' Historical Novels Society

The Lady Detective

London's lawbreakers and loathsome lords beware!

How does a wealthy widow avoid the marriage market in 1890s London?

If you're Lady Theodosia Fortescue Brown, you hide behind outrageously bad clothing and glasses you don't need.

After the disappearance of her husband, Theodosia can't imagine giving up her freedom to marry again and relishes her role as detective to the ladies of the upper echelons of society.

When a priceless necklace on loan from the Royal family is stolen, Theodosia must work with the scandalous Lord Montague to recover it before the theft is discovered.

But somewhere between setting a brothel on fire, being knocked out in a cemetery in the middle of the night, and narrowly avoiding death via Scotch egg, Theodosia and William fall in love

Ectionality multiculturalism and identity politics The Only Issue With The only issue with the is that some of the arguably clumsy theoretical Sherene Razack is the writer I wish I could be The primacy she gives to strongly grounded carefully considered and legantly argued theory the way she keeps meticulous footnotes and the urgency of her subject matter not limited to this book are always inspirations to me The fact that she writes mainly about the Canadian context is the icing on the cake Particular highlights for me her treatment of Agamben and the state of xception her thoughts on the politics and narratives of rescue in athe securitized state the parallels she draws between the sexualized rituals of racial violence at Abu Ghraib and lynching in America her caution against seeing secularism as a neutral arbiter in the context of faith based arbitration and some much deserved criticism of Irshad Manji This is a great BOOK. ULATIONS IN THE NAME OF PROTECTING MUSLIM Ulations in the name of protecting Muslim and prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib She xplores how the denial of a common bond between European people and those of different origins has given rise to the proliferation of literal and figurative 'camps ' places or bodies where liberties are suspended and the rule of law does not applyCombining rich theoretical perspectives and xtensive research Casting Out makes and the rule of law does not applyCombining rich theoretical perspectives and xtensive research Casting Out makes major contribution to contemporary debates on race and the 'war on terror' and their implications in areas such as law politics cultural studies feminist and gender studies and race relations. Explains the Poisoned Secrets (Murder and Mayhem extra juridical process of the state ofxception and the presumption of guiltsuspicion which Muslims now face in the West here s the review Reviewed here If you are not accustomed to Razack s style you may find this book hard to read She has a particular way of writing that can force alot of guilt onto the reader Regardless of that she is uite brilliant and she sees the truth of the world in such a striking way that one cannot help but be altered after reading her work Casting Out is an Safe Words exploration of thexperiences of Muslims in Todays World It Is world It is worth readingHer xploration of the systemic oppression of Muslims across the world is painfully important Incredibly heavy but points are not substantially argued Good book Incredibly heavy but points are not substantially argued Good book how modern racism is veiled in culture talk but this book is too long for such a simple argument book starts to repeat itself in couple of pages Then this book. Three stereotypical figures have come to represent the 'war on terror' the 'dangerous' Muslim man the 'imperilled' Muslim woman and the 'civilized' European Casting Out xplores the use of these characterizations in the creation of the myth of the family of democratic Western nations obliged to use political military and legal force to defend itself against a menacing third world population It argues that this myth is promoted to justify the xpulsion of Muslims from the political community a process that takes the form of stigmatization surveillance incarceration torture and bombingIn this timely an. .

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Doesn t offer better solutions for immigration problems only points where the problem is that is irritating This book is a highly problem is that is irritating This book is a highly collection of geographically and thematically wide ranging case studies displaying the deeper issues with how post 911 societies have mobilized numerous liberal virtues as principles on which to secure a racialized hierarchy making Muslims second rate and legally disenfranchised xcluded subjects Besides providing instances on how feminism multiculturalism human rights and modernity have been taken up by conservative movements as cases Pursuit of Justice excusing racist policies the book usefully cuts into debates in immigration counter terrorism policies premption states of Dangerous to Touch exception womens rights and some of the challenges and the moral blackmailing the feminist anti racist and radical politics face nowadays In particular Razack does a great job in pushing the readers to think beyond inters. D controversial work Sherene H Razack looks at contemporary legal and social responses to Muslims in the West and places them in historical context Shexplains how 'race thinking ' a structure of thought that divides up the world between the deserving and undeserving according to racial descent accustoms us to the idea that the suspension of rights for racialized groups is warranted in the interests of national security She discusses many Once Upon a Seduction (Its All About Attitude examples of the institution and implementation ofxclusionary and coercive practices including the mistreatment of security detainees the regulation of Muslim pop. Casting Out

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