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In Sheep s Clothing

Author : George K. Simon
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The vignettes contained in this book are based upon clinical cases and first-hand accounts of actual occurrences and circumstances. However, the names, professions, locations, and other biographical data used in the vignettes have been altered in order to preserve anonymity and privacy to the greatest degree possible without distorting the fundamental psychological realities the stories are intended to illustrate.

The Beast in Sheep s Clothing

Author : Lindsey, David Michael
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In Sheep s Clothing

Author : Emily Kimelman
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Softness is the first thing eaten. Animals had gotten to the corpse, tearing the flesh off the skeleton and exposing the bone. The man standing over the body, his green-blue gaze the same shade as Caribbean waters if they ever froze, stared into the empty eye sockets of his former employee. Bloody, torn flesh, ribboned by some bird, hung down the dead man's cheeks. A breeze stirred the pine trees, their needles tapping against each other, whispering in a private conversation. Robert Maxim scanned the ground again, his gaze tracing the fight. Blood was splattered in the dirt. A lot of it. Phillip had died slowly. He'd tried to pull the knife free, but the black, blood crusted handle still protruded from the dead man's throat. Philip's left forearm appeared particularly ravaged, probably from Sydney Rye's dog, Blue. The sharpshooter's weapons were gone, unless you counted that knife in his neck. Next to Philip, a depression in the dirt—the outline of a medium-sized woman punctuated with pools of blood—kept pulling Robert's attention. Sydney Rye plunged the knife home and then fell over, succumbing to her own wounds. Which, judging by the amount of blood on the ground, were grave. Robert turned slowly, observing every rock, stick, scuff and depression in the dirt. Deep scratches marked where Blue leapt, his nails digging into the dirt as his back legs propelled him into the air. There were other dog prints, too. Not as large as Blue's, but far bigger than the common dogs found in this area, the contested territory along the Syrian-Iraqi border. A tuft of white fur fluttered on a low branch. Bobby approached it slowly, carefully placing his booted feet where no clues lay. The fur was softer than Sydney's mutt's rough, wolf-like coat. Bobby pulled the white fluff off the branch and slipped it into his pocket. Footsteps approached, soft thuds cushioned by pine needles. "Stay back." The intensity of Robert's emotions roughened his voice into a dangerous growl. "That's our man there. Gotta pack him up, get him out of here. Animals are already getting to him," Conner said. Another sharpshooter who'd worked with Philip for years, Conner's bald head and scarred face made him look dangerous. And he was. Had Conner known that Philip took money to try to kill Sydney Rye? "I need more time." Conner disappeared, silent and patient. Robert crouched down and looked at the dirt. Goats. Goats had come through here after the fight. Sydney Rye didn't get up and walk away. Someone carried her, and they managed not to leave a trail of blood. The bald tread of a homemade boot wound through the forest, the goat hooves obscuring all but the smallest trace. Either a small man or tall woman, traveling with a dog and a herd of goats, had carried Sydney Rye away. Why? Herders passed through here on their way from one village to another. The person must be under Daesh protection…or desperate. Why take a bleeding woman? That injured, she'd be useless, the amount of work to patch her up hardly worth the price. Unless, of course, this herder knew who Sydney Rye was. And Robert Maxim would pay any price to get her back. P.S. The dog does not die. **Beware: If you can’t handle a few f-bombs, you can’t handle this series.**

In Sheep s Clothing

Author : Rett MacPherson
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When genealogist Torie O'Shea gets an invitation from her favorite aunt, Sissy, to come and spend some time with her in Minnesota she jumps at the chance. She piles her husband and her father-in-law into the car, leaving her two daughters in the care of her mother back home in Missouri, and hits the road, looking forward to some relaxation and some family bonding. Once they arrive, Torie finds out that her aunt's invitation was not so innocent: Sissy has uncovered a 150-year-old diary in the attic of her home and is dying to find out who wrote it and where it came from. Certain she won't be able to find anything, Torie reluctantly dives in. She is immediately riveted by the author's story; a young Swedish woman living with her family in 1850s rural Minnesota, she had fallen in love with a man she couldn't have. When the diary ends abruptly with hints of brutal violence, Torie becomes enmeshed in a deadly mystery passed down through generations-and still festering today. Fans and newcomers to Rett MacPherson's cozy genealogy mysteries will delight in the inventive story and engaging characters that have come to characterize this wonderful series.

In Sheep s Clothing

Author : Nola Fournier
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This highly readable, authoritative reference provides a comprehensive look at the characteristics of wool of 100 breeds of sheep. Essential reading for handspinners, wool growers, and other fiber craft enthusiasts, this guide gives special attention to fleece characteristics, methods of preparation and spinning, and best end use. Everything from baby-soft merino to silky lincoln to sturdy karakul--the full range of nature's miracle fiber--is represented here with expert advice on selecting top-quality fleeces; cleaning wool efficiently and thoroughly; teasing, flicking, combing, carding, and other preparation methods; and spinning and plying a variety of yarn styles. Actual fleece locks are shown in full-size photographs. Knitting, crochet, weaving, and other techniques illustrate the importance of matching wool type to end use.

In sheep s clothing

Author : mrs. Harry Bennett- Edwards
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In Sheep s Clothing

Author : Chauncey G. Parker III
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No sooner does freshly minted Reverend Beau Dillard answer his calling to Resurrection House than he gets wind of his immediate predecessor having been found dead, wedged amongst some pilings in the Minatree River Basin. Understandably unnerved by this too-close-to-home revelation, Beau is nonetheless deftly neutralized by the fervid attentiveness of his direct boss, Kathy Symes Cantrell, Mother Superior of this Diocesan Hospice for Troubled Young Ladies. In due course, however, her unshakable faith in the end justifying whatever means, irrespective of the corruption required to get there, convinces him she is either the most brilliant person he has ever encountered or plainly certifiable. Were it not for the aid and comfort given him his his mentor, the powerful diocesan cardinal Rector, as well as knowing that he is adhering faithfully to his revered Bishop's mandate, Beau might have been spared. But no, not until the sun is about to set does he at last catch on, too late, that he and these two men of the cloth, in the truest sense churchly role models both, are not, and indeed may never have keen on the same page. And so, he holds fast to the standards inculcated in him at Benedictus, to the point of no return. Nonetheless, at journey's end, he knows what he must do, and does it.

In Sheep s Clothing

Author : Vann Barden
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In Sheep S Clothing

Author : Lee J. Minter
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The iris of their eyes glowed amongst the darkness of the tree line, like yellow fireflies. A growl of hunger, emitted from the belly of the Alpha male, the largest of the pack, as they watched every movement from their human audience, soon he thought patiently, soon

Wolves in Sheep s Clothing

Author : Clark Jensen
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Three pillars have contributed to the great success of the United States. They are the pillar of faith in God, the pillar of the free markets, and the pillar of the Constitution of the United States. All three of those pillars are being attacked and are at risk of collapse. Liberals are the ones who are attacking those pillars; they are the wolves in sheep's clothing.