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Left to Tell

Left to Tell
Author : Immaculee Ilibagiza,Steve Erwin
Publisher : Hay House Incorporated
Release Date : 2014
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Total pages :231
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Presents the true story of a woman who endured the murder of her family as a result of genocide in Rwanda and turned to prayer for strength, love, and forgiveness.

Left to Tell

Left to Tell
Author : Immaculee Ilibagiza
Publisher : Hay House, Inc
Release Date : 2014-04-07
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Total pages :256
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The remarkable New York Times bestseller has been updated with a new Afterword by Immaculée, in which she looks back at the 20 years that have passed since the Rwandan holocaust. You won’t want to miss her views on how life has changed for her and her country since this terrible event took place.

Left to Tell

Left to Tell
Author : Immaculée Ilibagiza,Steve Erwin
Publisher : Hay House, Inc
Release Date : 2006
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Total pages :215
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Presents the true story of a woman who endures the murder of her family as a result of genocide in Rwanda and turns to prayer for strength, love, and forgiveness.

Left to Tell

Left to Tell
Author : Immaculée Ilibagiza,Steve Erwin
Publisher : ReadHowYouWant.com
Release Date : 2009-09
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Total pages :392
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A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book is going to the LEFT TO TELL Charitable Fund, which helps the children of Africa build better lives. LEFT TO TELL wristband ordering information. All of the proceeds from the wristbands will go to the Charitable Fund.

Left to Tell

Left to Tell
Author : Immaculée Ilibagiza,Steve Erwin
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2014-04-07
Category : Biography
Total pages :288
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Immacul�e Ilibagiza grew up in a country she loved, surrounded by a family that she cherished.But in 1994 her idyllic world was ripped apart as Rwanda descended into bloody holocaust. Immacul�e's family was brutally murdered during a killing spree that lasted three months and claimed the lives of nearly a million Rwandans. Incredibly, Immacul�e survived the slaughter. For 91 days, she and seven other women huddled silently together in the cramped bathroom of a local pastor while hundreds of machete-wielding killers hunted for them.The triumphant story of this remarkable young woman's journey through the darkness of genocide will inspire anyone whose life has been touched by fear, suffering and loss. Following the transformation of her life in the ten year's since Left to Tell's first publication, this new edition of her bestselling memoir reflects on her spiritual transformation since those dark days.

No Truth Left To Tell

No Truth Left To Tell
Author : Michael McAuliffe
Publisher : Greenleaf Book Group
Release Date : 2020-03-03
Category : Fiction
Total pages :320
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February 1994—Lynwood, Louisiana: Flaming crosses light up the night and terrorize the southern town. The resurgent Klan wants a new race war, and the Klansmen will start it here. As federal civil rights prosecutor Adrien Rush is about to discover, the ugly roots of the past run deep in Lynwood. For Nettie Wynn, a victim of the cross burnings and lifelong resident of the town’s segregated neighborhood, the hate crimes summon frightful memories of her youth, when she witnessed white townspeople lynch a black man. Her granddaughter Nicole DuBose, a successful journalist in New York City, returns to Lynwood to care for her grandmother. Rush arrives from DC and investigates the crimes with Lee Mercer, a seasoned local FBI special agent. Their partnership is tested as they clash over how far to go to catch the racists before the violence escalates. Rush’s role in the case becomes even more complicated after he falls for DuBose. When crucial evidence becomes compromisethreatening to upend what should be a celebrated conviction—the lines between right and wrong, black and white, collide with deadly consequences. No Truth Left to Tell is a smart legal thriller that pulls readers into a compelling courtroom drama and an illusive search for justice in a troubled community.

Led by Faith

Led by Faith
Author : Immaculée Ilibagiza,Steve Erwin
Publisher : Hay House Incorporated
Release Date : 2008
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Total pages :205
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Describes the author's experience of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, her attempts to find meaning in the aftermath of the violence, the solace she found in religion, and her eventual move to the United States.

No One Left to Tell

No One Left to Tell
Author : Karen Rose
Publisher : Penguin
Release Date : 2012-06-05
Category : Fiction
Total pages :544
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New York Times bestselling author Karen Rose returns to the gritty world of Baltimore’s cops and prosecutors with a tale of danger and desire that will leave you breathless… A car crashes in front of rookie PI Paige Holden’s home. And suddenly, she finds one of her pro bono clients dying in her arms—from a gunshot wound. With her last breath, the woman whispers cryptic words into her ear and hands her a blood-smeared flash drive. Five years ago, State’s Attorney Grayson Smith put a murderer behind bars. But when Paige Holden shares the flash drive with him, its contents cast doubts on the conviction—and lead him and Paige into a world of blackmail, dark secrets, and a decades-long string of murders. An investigation they’ll survive only by trusting each other—and the truth.

All That's Left to Tell

All That's Left to Tell
Author : Daniel Lowe
Publisher : Flatiron Books
Release Date : 2017-02-14
Category : Fiction
Total pages :288
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“Like Tim O’Brien’s Going After Cacciato, All That’s Left to Tell celebrates not just the power of storytelling but the deeply human need for it in even the most dire situations. Alternately gripping and dreamy, Daniel Lowe’s debut imagines what the stories we tell reveal about ourselves, and how they may save us.” —Stewart O’Nan, author of West of Sunset Every night, Marc Laurent, an American taken hostage in Pakistan, is bound and blindfolded. And every night, a woman he knows only as Josephine visits his cell. At first, her questions are mercenary: is there anyone back home who will pay the ransom? But when Marc can offer no name, she asks him a question about his daughter that is even more terrifying than his captivity. And so begins a strange yet increasingly comforting ritual, in which Josephine and Marc tell each other stories. As these stories build upon one another, a father and daughter start to find their way toward understanding each other again.

The Rosary

The Rosary
Author : Immaculee Ilibagiza
Publisher : Hay House Incorporated
Release Date : 2014-08-15
Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
Total pages :241
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A survivor of the 1994 Rwanda genocide marvels at how praying the rosary has helped her in every aspect of her life, from literally saving her life to strengthening her faith, changing heartache into happiness, healing illnesses in herself and others, landing a dream job and more. 30,000 first printing.

No One Left to Lie to

No One Left to Lie to
Author : Christopher Hitchens
Publisher : Verso
Release Date : 2000
Category : History
Total pages :150
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Suggests that President Clinton's largest legacy may be the weakening of the presidency and of the Democratic Party.

Shake Hands With the Devil

Shake Hands With the Devil
Author : Romeo Dallaire
Publisher : Vintage Canada
Release Date : 2009-02-24
Category : Political Science
Total pages :592
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On the tenth anniversary of the date that UN peacekeepers landed in Rwanda, Random House Canada is proud to publish the unforgettable first-hand account of the genocide by the man who led the UN mission. Digging deep into shattering memories, General Dallaire has written a powerful story of betrayal, naïveté, racism and international politics. His message is simple and undeniable: “Never again.” When Lt-Gen. Roméo Dallaire received the call to serve as force commander of the UN intervention in Rwanda in 1993, he thought he was heading off on a modest and straightforward peacekeeping mission. Thirteen months later he flew home from Africa, broken, disillusioned and suicidal, having witnessed the slaughter of 800,000 Rwandans in only a hundred days. In Shake Hands with the Devil, he takes the reader with him on a return voyage into the hell of Rwanda, vividly recreating the events the international community turned its back on. This book is an unsparing eyewitness account of the failure by humanity to stop the genocide, despite timely warnings. Woven through the story of this disastrous mission is Dallaire’s own journey from confident Cold Warrior, to devastated UN commander, to retired general engaged in a painful struggle to find a measure of peace, reconciliation and hope. This book is General Dallaire’s personal account of his conversion from a man certain of his worth and secure in his assumptions to a man conscious of his own weaknesses and failures and critical of the institutions he’d relied on. It might not sit easily with standard ideas of military leadership, but understanding what happened to General Dallaire and his mission to Rwanda is crucial to understanding the moral minefields our peacekeepers are forced to negotiate when we ask them to step into the world’s dirty wars. Excerpt from Shake Hands with the Devil My story is not a strictly military account nor a clinical, academic study of the breakdown of Rwanda. It is not a simplistic indictment of the many failures of the UN as a force for peace in the world. It is not a story of heroes and villains, although such a work could easily be written. This book is a cri de coeur for the slaughtered thousands, a tribute to the souls hacked apart by machetes because of their supposed difference from those who sought to hang on to power. . . . This book is the account of a few humans who were entrusted with the role of helping others taste the fruits of peace. Instead, we watched as the devil took control of paradise on earth and fed on the blood of the people we were supposed to protect.

The Girl Who Smiled Beads

The Girl Who Smiled Beads
Author : Clemantine Wamariya,Elizabeth Weil
Publisher : Doubleday Canada
Release Date : 2018-04-24
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Total pages :288
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A riveting story of dislocation, survival, and the power of stories to break or save us. Clemantine Wamariya was six years old when her mother and father began to speak in whispers, when neighbors began to disappear, and when she heard the loud, ugly sounds her brother said were "thunder." In 1994, she and her fifteen-year-old sister, Claire, fled the Rwandan massacre and spent the next six years wandering through seven African countries, searching for safety--perpetually hungry, imprisoned and abused, enduring and escaping refugee camps, finding unexpected kindness, witnessing inhuman cruelty. They did not know whether their parents were dead or alive. When Clemantine was twelve, she and her sister were granted asylum in the United States, where she embarked on another journey--to excavate her past and, after years of being made to feel less than human, claim her individuality. Raw, urgent, and bracingly original, The Girl Who Smiled Beads captures the true costs and aftershocks of war: what is forever destroyed; what can be repaired; the fragility of memory; the disorientation that comes of other people seeing you only as broken--thinking you need, and want, to be saved. But it is about more than the brutality of war. It is about owning your experiences, about the life we create: intricately detailed, painful, beautiful, a work in progress.

Kill And Tell

Kill And Tell
Author : Linda Howard
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2012-12-11
Category : Philosophy
Total pages :320
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Still reeling from her mother's recent death, Karen Whitlaw is stunned when she receives a package containing a mysterious notebook from the father she has barely seen since his return from Vietnam over twenty years ago. Karen packs the notebook away, putting it - and her father- out of her mind, until she receives a shocking phone call. Her father has been murdered. Homicide detective Marc Chastain considers the murder nothing more than street violence, and Karen accepts his judgment - at first. But she changes her mind when she's burgled and 'accidents' begin to happen. Desperate for answers, Karen knows she needs to find that notebook again...

No-thing is Left to Tell

No-thing is Left to Tell
Author : John L. Kundert-Gibbs
Publisher : Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
Release Date : 1999
Category : Literary Criticism
Total pages :236
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This study uses Zen Buddhism and Chaos theory as binocular lenses to examine the existential difficulties in Samuel Beckett's plays in terms that circumvent traditional Western schools of thought. The book first outlines the salient points of Zen Buddhism and Chaos theory, examining the interplay of ideas between the two disciplines. The balance of the book uses Zen and Chaos theory to reveal new patterns and layers of meaning (or non meaning) in several of Beckett's most significant plays.