New PDF release: A Good Killing (Anna Curtis, Book 4)

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By Allison Leotta

ISBN-10: 1476760993

ISBN-13: 9781476760995

Former federal prosecutor and seriously acclaimed writer Allison Leotta’s spellbinding mystery follows prosecutor Anna Curtis as she heads domestic to Michigan to shield her sister in a case that would carry her to her knees.

How a ways might you visit shop your sister?

Anna Curtis is again in her fatherland simply outdoors of Detroit. Newly unmarried after calling off her marriage ceremony, Anna isn’t domestic to lick her wounds. She’s back to help her sister, Jody, who has been wrongfully accused of homicide after their outdated highschool trainer, an area hero, dies in a suspicious motor vehicle crash.

But perhaps Jody isn’t so blameless in spite of everything. The police are confident that Jody was once having an affair with the married trainer and killed him out of jealousy. As Anna investigates with the aid of her youth pal Cooper Bolden, an Afghan warfare veteran with a mystery of his personal, she slowly peels again the facade of her all-American city and discovers that nobody is telling the reality in regards to the trainer, no longer even the folks she idea she knew top. while the city rallies opposed to them, threatening not only Jody’s liberty yet either sisters’ lives, Anna resolves to do every thing she will to save lots of her sister and guard the single relatives she has left.

In her most sensible booklet but, Leotta, “the lady John Grisham” (The windfall Journal), explores the boundaries of vigilante justice, the bonds of sisterhood, and the cost of the reality.

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And it was this narrative, developed in part to counter the Galfridian claims to English feudal superiority over Scotland, on which Boece was to build his own much more elaborate chronicle. However, while Bower said much about the origins of the Scots and their heroic defence of their independent kingship, he had a good deal less to say about the extent and shape of the kingdom itself. 17 He did note that two languages were spoken in the kingdom, ‘Scotica’ and ‘Theutonica’, and that two different lifestyles had developed that distinguished the Scots of the Lowlands from those of the Highlands and Islands.

2, pp. 302–24. 49 Buchanan, History, vol. 1, p. 57. , vol. 1, p. ’ There is no equivalent of this in Boece’s chronicle. 51 William Camden, Britannia sive Florentissimorum regnorum, Angliae, Scotiae, Hiberniae, et insularum adjacentium ex intima antiquitate chorographica descriptio (London, 1586). 52 Enlarged editions of Britannia appeared in 1587, 1590, 1594, 1600 and 1607. On the increasing importance of the Anglo-Saxons in his thinking, partly prompted by the research of his disciple, Robert Cotton, see the useful brief overview of Camden’s achievements in Graham Parry, The Trophies of Time: English Antiquarians of the Seventeenth Century (Oxford, 1995), pp.

For a more recent treatment, see Philip Schwyzer, Literature, Nationalism and Memory in Early Modern England and Wales (Cambridge, 2004), where Lhuyd is discussed in ch. 3. 11 The manuscript is in EUL MS Dc 4. 60, and is described in detail in Trevor-Roper, ‘Buchanan and the Ancient Constitution’, pp. 51–3. My own examination of the MS confirms the accuracy of Trevor-Roper’s very full and helpful description. From Buchanan to Blaeu 17 early Britain that Buchanan had already drafted. 13 It is certainly conceivable that the young Buchanan, who probably met Boece when the latter travelled from Aberdeen to Paris in 1526 to see his work through the press, should seek subsequently to demonstrate his superior humanist skills by undertaking a linguistic analysis of the peoples of pre-historic Britain that would render tales of the Scots-alleged progenitors, Gaythelos and Scota, as absurdly obsolescent as those of Brutus and Arthur.

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