Bates Women’s Gx-8 8 Inch Boot, Black, 7 M US
Bates Women's Gx-8 8 Inch Boot, Black, 7 M US
- Non Safety
- Waterproof Gore-Tex
- Slip Resistant
Throw some serious strength on the work floor by stepping out in a pair of Bates 2788 Women� s GX-8 Military Boots. Featuring an upper crafted with waterproof lather and ballistic nylon, these black boots are ultra strong. The Gore-Tex waterproof lining keeps the interior of the boots super dry. In addition to protection against soggy work floors, the boots also deliver plenty of comfort. The removable cushioned insole pads your walk from heel to toe. The cushioned EVA midsole adds even more comfort to your walk by dissipating the shock of your work floor. Thanks to the side-zip design, you can get in and out of your boots quickly. You� ll also stay steady in these boots with the support of the slip-resistant rubber outsole. Walk like you mean business in the strength and comfort of Bates 2788 Women� s GX-8 Boots. Sizes Manufactured: Medium 5 - 10,11These boots are also available in men's as style 2268
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Resistance The Gathering StormDel Rey. 2009
Great Britain. July 1951. Three years ago, Russia went dark. Nothing got in. Nothing got out. The world assumed it was political strife. But it was the Chimera: voracious extraterrestrial invaders. And in December 1949, they burst across the Russian border and poured into Europe. The luckiest humans died. The less fortunate succumbed to an alien virus–and changed. Within a year, most of Europe had fallen. Only Great Britain, after struggling desperately, had kept the conquerors at bay. But as the Chimera were repelled, they were evolving. Building. Planning. America. November 1952. The Chimera have crossed the Atlantic. Their lightning strikes on American borders are devastating. Cities are lost. Small towns overrun. Citizens transformed into monstrosities. Enter Lieutenant Nathan Hale, U.S. Ranger. A veteran of the Chimeran conflict, he is uniquely immune to the alien virus. And when regular troops can’t stem the Chimeran onslaught, Hale and his special-operations team meet the menace head-on. But while they battle the relentless Chimera, deadly power games rage in the White House. And when Hale discovers a far-reaching conspiracy, one with deadly consequences for the human race, his allegiance to country and mankind is stretched to the breaking point. From the Paperback edition.
One Texas Cowboy Too ManySourcebooks, Inc.. 2016
"A delightful story with a charming, laid-back cowboy and a good blend of humor and sexy tension makes this one entertaining read."—RT Book Reviews, 4 1⁄2 stars, TOP PICK! It's Romeo & Juliet meets the Hatfields & the McCoys in New York Times and USA Today bestseller Carolyn Brown's delightful and wildly romantic third contemporary cowboy romance in the Burnt Boot, Texas series. Leah Brennan has always been the good girl of the Brennan family, groomed to become the matriarch of the clan. When a dark-eyed, tattooed, ponytailed bad boy saunters into her life, Leah knows he's off-limits—but his mesmerizing gaze makes her forget everything she used to think was important. As town-wide tension rises, Leah wonders if love really can conquer all... When Rhett O'Donnell roars into Burnt Boot on a hot July evening, the first thing he sees is a beautiful blonde. She puts a little extra giddy-up in his heartbeat, but when Rhett's desire throws him into the middle of a love triangle and a hundred-year-old feud, he realizes that winning his cowgirl's heart will be a lot more complicated than he thought. Burnt Boot, Texas series: Cowboy Boots for Christmas (Book 1) The Trouble with Texas Cowboys (Book 2) One Texas Cowboy Too Many (Book 3) A Cowboy Christmas Miracle (Book 4) Praise for The Trouble with Texas Cowboys: "Touching and heartwarming, and completely believable...[the] characters are hilarious, colorful, and eccentric as ever; what a treat to be back in Burnt Boot!" —Fresh Fiction "Ruggedly handsome cowboys...a plucky heroine...humorous, heartwarming storytelling...infectious banter...a solid, well-crafted plot...and the chemistry sizzles. One entertaining read." —RT Book Reviews 4 stars
The Spy Who LovedPan Macmillan. 2012
In June 1952, a woman was murdered by an obsessive colleague in a hotel in South Kensington. Her name was Christine Granville. That she died young was perhaps unsurprising, but that she had survived the Second World War was remarkable. The daughter of a feckless Polish aristocratic and his wealthy Jewish wife, she would become one of Britain’s most daring and highly decorated secret agents. Having fled Poland on the outbreak of war, she was recruited by the intelligence services long before the establishment of the SOE, and took on mission after mission. She skied over the hazardous High Tatras into Poland, served in Egypt and North Africa and was later parachuted into Occupied France, where an agent’s life expectancy was only six weeks. Her courage, quick wit and determination won her release from arrest more than once, and saved the lives of several fellow officers, including one of her many lovers, just hours before their execution by the Gestapo. More importantly, perhaps, the intelligence she gathered was a significant contribution to the Allied war effort and her success was reflected in the fact that she was awarded the George Medal, the OBE and the Croix de Guerre.
Under the ShadowsLlewellyn Worldwide. 2018
“Florio's flawed, complex, compelling heroine faces challenges that are both gut-wrenchingly difficult and all too common today . . . Far above the crowd.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred review) A story assignment becomes a murder investigation for troubled journalist Lola Wicks Lola Wicks is in bad shape. A family tragedy has nearly flattened her in a way that her years reporting from war zones never did. Her friends, alarmed by signs that Lola is in the grip of a destructive addiction, hope that a freelance assignment will get her back on her feet. The threat of having her child removed persuades Lola to head for Salt Lake City on a puff piece about overseas adoptions. But the story takes a dark turn when the teenager at the center of her story lands in jail facing a murder charge. Setting out to prove the youth's innocence takes Lola to her own dark place, and she's not sure if she'll ever be able to find her way back. Praise for the Lola Wicks Mysteries: "A gutsy series."—The New York Times "Compelling, realistically flawed characters and a timely story line . . . make this one of Florio's hardest-hitting mysteries yet."—Library Journal (starred review) "A gut-wrenching mystery/thriller."—Kirkus Reviews
The Battle Plan for Prayer, LeatherTouch EditionB&H Publishing Group. 2016
The Battle Plan equips and encourages you to see prayer as your first wave of attack in every undertaking. Think of this book as a strategic guide to engaging with God, expecting His answers, and enlarging your vision of what He can do through someone like you.
The Rest Is NoiseFarrar, Straus and Giroux. 2007
The scandal over modern music has not died down. While paintings by Pablo Picasso and Jackson Pollock sell for a hundred million dollars or more, shocking musical works from Stravinsky's Rite of Spring onward still send ripples of unease through audiences. At the same time, the influence of modern music can be felt everywhere. Avant-garde sounds populate the soundtracks of Hollywood thrillers. Minimalist music has had a huge effect on rock, pop, and dance music from the Velvet Underground onward. Alex Ross, the brilliant music critic for The New Yorker, shines a bright light on this secret world, and shows how it has pervaded every corner of twentieth century life. The Rest Is Noise takes the reader inside the labyrinth of modern sound. It tells of maverick personalities who have resisted the cult of the classical past, struggled against the indifference of a wide public, and defied the will of dictators. Whether they have charmed audiences with the purest beauty or battered them with the purest noise, composers have always been exuberantly of the present, defying the stereotype of classical music as a dying art. Ross, in this sweeping and dramatic narrative, takes us from Vienna before the First World War to Paris in the twenties, from Hitler's Germany and Stalin's Russia to downtown New York in the sixties and seventies. We follow the rise of mass culture and mass politics, of dramatic new technologies, of hot and cold wars, of experiments, revolutions, riots, and friendships forged and broken. In the tradition of Simon Schama's The Embarrassment of Riches and Louis Menand's The Metaphysical Club, the end result is not so much a history of twentieth-century music as a history of the twentieth century through its music.
Don't Push the Button!Sourcebooks, Inc.. 2013
Larry is a lovable monster (if a bit too curious) and the star of this hilarious, interactive picture book debut There's only one rule in Larry's book: don't push the button. (Seriously, don't even think about it!) Even if it does look kind of nice, you must never push the button. Who knows what would happen? Okay, quick. No one is looking... push the button. Uh, oh.
Murder of CrowsCreatespace Independent Pub. 2012
What would you consider freedom? For some, it's choosing their way to die. Murder of Crows is based in a not-so-far-flung universe where humanity did not reach the stars but instead found itself mired in corporate takeovers and local politics. In order to deal with overpopulation and pollution the governments of the world decided to tow asteroids from the Kuiper Belt into orbit around Earth, add atmospheres and transform them into miniature planets. While most of the asteroids were designed for colonization, Eris was destined for constant commercial warfare. Most people just call it "War World" after their favorite television show. The lower class thinks that War World is the best thing since the beginning of the universe. All of the soldiers are divided into teams and, in order to maintain rosters, each soldier is cloned prior to the games. When they die, their consciousness and memories are transferred into the new clones and the process begins all over again. What the rest of humanity doesn't realize is that each death and resurrection is incredibly painful and disorienting. In addition, due to the costs of resurrection after their deaths each one of these soldiers becomes a slave to this cruel system. Rarely do any of them make it off the asteroid. The novel tells the story of Ryan Jenkins and his teammates from the Crows, one of the best teams in the system. Drawing on themes of grief, freedom and coping with an uncaring world, the story centers on the trauma these men and women experience as they die for public entertainment. Murder of Crows is the first part of Kevin Kauffmann's Icarus Trilogy, telling a loose interpretation of the myth in a future dystopia. As of March 6th, 2013, in preparation for the upcoming anniversary edition, Murder of Crows has been updated to reflect the current writing style of the author. With the addition of 20,000 words, the help of a copyeditor, and taking into account the criticism from Amazon reviewers, Murder of Crows is a much more appropriate beginning to the Icarus Trilogy.
A.P.C. TransmissionPhaidon Press. 2017
The fascinating inside story behind the cult French fashion label A.P.C. A.P.C. (Atelier de Production et de Création) was created as a reaction to the excesses of the 1980s, and the minimalist designs of founder Jean Touitou now have a cult following. This compelling book, published on the occasion of A.P.C.'s 30th anniversary, carries the same minimal aesthetic - yet it's packed with never-before-seen illustrations and ephemera. Part retrospective of the brand and part personal scrapbook and visual diary, the book includes invitations, postcards, ad campaigns, images of their stores, and collaborations with other designers.