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Dangerous by Nature

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Hodder and Stoughton
SeriesTommy Hambledon adventures
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL24992185M

In Dangerous by Nature, Hambledon, far from his usual European scenes of action, is in an obscure South American country in the midst of political turmoil, where he becomes involved in an His main character, who works for the British Secret Service, is Tommy Hambledon, attacks various scary challenges with an absolute devotion to King and /5.

The Most Dangerous Animal takes the reader on a journey through evolution, history, anthropology, and psychology, showing how and why the human mind has a dual nature: on the one hand, we are ferocious, dangerous animals who regularly commit terrible atrocities against our own kind, on the other, we have a deep aversion to killing, a horror of Cited by: DANGEROUS BY NATURE by Manning Coles is one of his (their) best books.

Far from the WWII intrigue, but still with the dry, British wit you expect of this duo, DANGEROUS BY NATURE is exciting, full of suspense, and thoroughly enjoyable.

The ending is a surprise you will not want to miss. Read more.5/5(3). Dangerous Nature book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. After twenty years of studying limb regeneration in the back room of a re 3/5(3).

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Parasite Rex: Inside the Bizarre World of Nature's Most Dangerous Creatures is a nonfiction book by Carl Zimmer that was published by Free Press in The book discusses the history of parasites on Earth and how the field and study of parasitology formed, along with a look at the most dangerous parasites ever found in nature.

A special paperback edition was released in Author: Carl Zimmer. Dangerous is a self-published book by British media personality Milo Yiannopoulos, released on July 4, The book was originally due for release on Jby Threshold Editions, a division of Simon & Schuster, but its release was canceled on February 20 due to an audio release in which Yiannopoulos praised aspects of pedophilia as having a positive impact on Author: Milo Yiannopoulos.

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Rainsford, as the hunter becoming the hunted, gets this empathy lesson first hand. This story, however, is an escape story which means its primary focus is. My favourite dangerous book is The Book Thief, by Marcus Zusak. Take Nazi Germany, book burnings in the street, hidden Jews in your cellar, a girl pitted against Hitler himself, and then throw in Author: Emily Drabble.

On an especially dark night, Sanger Rainsford and his friend Whitney are sailing on a yacht heading to the Amazon to hunt jaguars. Whitney explains to Rainsford the superstition surrounding an ominous place they are passing called Ship-Trap n remarks about the island, the two men argue about whether animals experience thoughts and feelings, and.

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If the book has an age recommendation, I've included get: DK NATURE'S DEADLIEST. The most dangerous book ever written in terms of impact to society must be the archaic Indian law book called the “MANUSMRITI” written by Manu. Manusmriti is the most dangerous because it is not just ‘any’ book but a book of most significance, “TH.

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The most dangerous nature reserve in the world In pictures: wildlife in the demilitarised zone. Mark Tran in Panmunjom. @marktran Fri 20 Jun EDT First published on Fri 20 Jun The protagonist, Sanger Rainsford, is an adventurous big-game hunter who confronts the nature of life and death for the first time in his life during his few frightening days on Ship-Trap Island.

Calm and composed, Rainsford coolly handles any challenge, be it falling overboard in the middle of the night or having to swim several miles to reach. Humanity's well being and ultimate survival are inextricably bound up with the health of the natural world.

We often take for granted that nature will continue to provide the basics of life--food to eat, water to drink, fuel for warmth, air to breathe. But today the world's natural resources are threatened daily. Forests are leveled, grasslands overgrazed until they turn to desert, oceans. This book has been cited by the following publications.

Dangerous Crossings offers an interpretation of the impassioned disputes that have arisen in the contemporary United States over the use of animals in the cultural practices of nonwhite peoples.

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The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell. The Most Dangerous Game, featured in our Mystery Stories, is much more than a hunting story, where the suspense keeps building until the very end. "`What are the attributes of an ideal quarry?' And the answer was, of course, `It must have courage, cunning, and, above all, it must be able to reason.' 'But no animal can reason,' /   Based on its first 50 pages (provided to Quartz by a publicist for Yiannopoulos), Dangerous is not so much filled with the author’s patented hate-speech, as early critics anticipated, as it is Author: Thu-Huong Ha.

About the Book. Dangerous Pregnancies tells the largely forgotten story of the German measles epidemic of the early s and how it created national anxiety about dying, disabled, and “dangerous” epidemic would ultimately transform abortion politics, produce new science, and help build two of the most enduring social movements of the late.

Our fear of nature stems from our modern unfamiliarity with the natural world. Our children's and grandchildren's future depends not on our man-made stuff but on inheriting a living planet.

Their generations' ability to create a sustainable world will be rooted in .Book Review: A Dangerous Place. by Tatiana Siegel.

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Colm Toibin travels a similar path in his new book, “Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know: The Fathers of Wilde, Yeats, and Joyce,” in which he offers capsule biographies of Sir William Wilde, John B Author: Gregory Cowles.