When Molly Carter finally gets hired at a small school on the plains of Colorado, she couldn’t be more thrilled to declare her independence. Now that she’s hours away from friends, family, and the amenities of the big city, she embarks on an emotional roller coaster as she realizes that not everyone in the close-knit town is ready to welcome her with open arms.
When gumshoe New York City detective Joe Zinski hunts his partner’s killers, he finds his 2047 acid rain world has more dangers than even a top of the line, rain neutralizing Mark IV Zxap Jacket can fend off. As gangs gather in the Toxic Box across the Hudson, Zinski follows his one piece of evidence, an orange Mark IV decorated in ODDS gang graffiti.
In spring of 1858 Thompson Grey, a young farmer, travels to his father’s estate seeking funds to expand his holdings. Far overstaying his visit, he returns home to find that his absence has contributed to a devastating family tragedy. Haunted by remorse, Thompson abandons his farm and begins a westward exile in the attempt to outpace his grief.
Slave Camp Nightclub is a humorous novel about three college students hired off the streets of Boulder, Colorado in the summer of 1976 to work at a rock quarry. Once on the job, they encounter a variety of interesting characters that live and work there during the week and attend the quarry nightclub each night.
This is the first comprehensive Operations Manager 2012 technical resource for every IT implementer and administrator. Building on the author’s bestselling OpsMgr 2007 book, three Microsoft System Center Cloud and Data Center Management MVPs thoroughly illuminate major improvements in Microsoft’s newest version–including new enhancements just added in Service Pack 1.
Coin: The Irreverent yet Practical Guide to Money Management for Recent College Graduates is a hilarious yet practical guidebook geared toward those entering the real world that need the skills and information to handle finances. Author Judy McNary (Econ, Geog’81, MBA’91) walks students through all they need to know to build a solid financial foundation in two hours or less — and have fun doing it.
A book in two parts, Prelude, A Novel and The 1854 Diary of Adeline Elizabeth Hoe by Richard B. Davidson (PhD Engl’73) and Helen Davidson combine research and interpolation in a genealogical study that casts new light upon the interior lives of young women in nineteenth-century America.