Sudden Death

♠Book Title : Sudden Death in Infancy Childhood and Adolescence
✍Author : Roger W. Byard
♛Publisher : Cambridge University Press
♣Release Date : 2004-01-08
✿Pages : 643
♠ISBN : 0521825822
♬Language : English, Spanish, And French

READ NOW DOWNLOAD

📝Sudden Death in Infancy Childhood and Adolescence Book Synopsis : An essential source of reference for pathologists, clinicians and lawyers dealing with sudden death.

📒Sudden Death ✍ Rita Mae Brown

♠Book Title : Sudden Death
✍Author : Rita Mae Brown
♛Publisher : Bantam
♣Release Date : 2011-05-04
✿Pages : 256
♠ISBN : 9780307793966
♬Language : English, Spanish, And French

READ NOW DOWNLOAD

📝Sudden Death Book Synopsis : Outrageous, irrepressible and endlessly entertaining, the bestselling author of Rubyfruit Jungle and Bingo spins a behind-the-scenes tale of women's professional tennis that dramtically intertwines the heart-stopping excitement of competition and the lingering heartache of intimate human bonds. Carmen Semanan loves three things passionalty: tennis, money and professor Harriet Rawls. Just twenty-four, Carmen is at her peak as one of the world's top-seeded tennis champions, determined to win the coveted Grand Slam. She is protected from everything but the grueling demands of her sport by an avericious agent and her devoted gusty Harriet. All the odds are in her favor. But there are weeds growing in her paradise patch. Carmen's vey latin brother, Miguel, parlays her succes into a financial house of cards with deals that include smuggling, forgery, and fraud. Susan Reilly, Carmen's archrival and former lover, leaks word of Carms's relationship with Harriet to the press--and tennis's best-kept secret is blown into a front-page scandal. From the French Open to Wimbledon, jealousies, ambitions and passions are set to explode. Now, with everything she cherishes on the line, Carmen must test the true depths of her feelings-both on and off the court.

📒Sudden Death ✍ Álvaro Enrigue

♠Book Title : Sudden Death
✍Author : Álvaro Enrigue
♛Publisher : Penguin
♣Release Date : 2016-02-09
✿Pages : 240
♠ISBN : 9780698179035
♬Language : English, Spanish, And French

READ NOW DOWNLOAD

📝Sudden Death Book Synopsis : "Splendid" —New York Times "Mind-bending." —Wall Street Journal "Brilliantly original. The best new novel I've read this year." —Salman Rushdie A daring, kaleidoscopic novel about the clash of empires and ideas, told through a tennis match in the sixteenth century between the radical Italian artist Caravaggio and the Spanish poet Francisco de Quevedo, played with a ball made from the hair of the beheaded Anne Boleyn. The poet and the artist battle it out in Rome before a crowd that includes Galileo, a Mary Magdalene, and a generation of popes who would throw the world into flames. In England, Thomas Cromwell and Henry VIII execute Anne Boleyn, and her crafty executioner transforms her legendary locks into those most-sought-after tennis balls. Across the ocean in Mexico, the last Aztec emperors play their own games, as the conquistador Hernán Cortés and his Mayan translator and lover, La Malinche, scheme and conquer, fight and f**k, not knowing that their domestic comedy will change the course of history. In a remote Mexican colony a bishop reads Thomas More’s Utopia and thinks that it’s a manual instead of a parody. And in today’s New York City, a man searches for answers to impossible questions, for a book that is both an archive and an oracle. Álvaro Enrigue’s mind-bending story features assassinations and executions, hallucinogenic mushrooms, bawdy criminals, carnal liaisons and papal schemes, artistic and religious revolutions, love and war. A blazingly original voice and a postmodern visionary, Enrigue tells the grand adventure of the dawn of the modern era, breaking down traditions and upending expectations, in this bold, powerful gut-punch of a novel. Game, set, match. “Sudden Death is the best kind of puzzle, its elements so esoteric and wildly funny that readers will race through the book, wondering how Álvaro Enrigue will be able to pull a novel out of such an astonishing ball of string. But Enrigue absolutely does; and with brilliance and clarity and emotional warmth all the more powerful for its surreptitiousness.” —Lauren Groff, New York Times-bestselling author of Fates and Furies "Engrossing... rich with Latin and European history." —The New Yorker "[A] bawdy, often profane, sprawling, ambitious book that is as engaging as it is challenging.” —Vogue

📒Sudden Deaths In Custody ✍ Darrell L. Ross

♠Book Title : Sudden Deaths in Custody
✍Author : Darrell L. Ross
♛Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
♣Release Date : 2007-10-28
✿Pages : 234
♠ISBN : 9781597450157
♬Language : English, Spanish, And French

READ NOW DOWNLOAD

📝Sudden Deaths in Custody Book Synopsis : Sudden in-custody restraint deaths have emerged as a critical and imp- tant problem for police, correctional, and medical care workers. The scope and magnitude of the problem clearly reveals that the subject matter is worthy of further consideration. Although the frequency of these deaths is very low, the criticality of its occurrence requires attention to the subject matter. The purpose of Sudden Deaths in Custody is to provide current information that addresses the issue from a number of perspectives. It is our purpose to assemble, under one title, current research that addresses the varying facets that underscore the nature of sudden in-custody deaths. The intent is to provide information that can further educate and assist those officers, adm- istrators, investigators, trainers, and medical personnel who must interact, intervene, and make decisions about how to prevent sudden in-custody deaths. Sudden Deaths in Custody specifically addresses sudden in-custody deaths that occur after a violent confrontation. Such incidents may occur after police or correction officers’ intervention, but also include incidents that may occur in a mental health facility or emergency medical field setting. The deaths described in this volume all involve sudden death within minutes or hours of contact preceded by one or more of the following: violent confrontation with police or corrections personnel, forcible control measures, and behavior inf- enced by a chemical substance, or mental impairment. Incidents involving custodial suicides, homicides, accidents, fatal pursuits, or police shootings are excluded.

📒Sudden Death ✍ Nicholas Adams

♠Book Title : Sudden Death
✍Author : Nicholas Adams
♛Publisher : Harpercollins
♣Release Date : 1991
✿Pages : 151
♠ISBN : 0061060429
♬Language : English, Spanish, And French

READ NOW DOWNLOAD

📝Sudden Death Book Synopsis : While investigating the story she is writing about steroid use among the high school's athletes, school newspaper reporter Lara Crandall is stunned when the athletes begin dying and shocked when she discovers that her own life is in danger. Reissue.

📒A Sudden Death In Cyprus ✍ Michael Grant

♠Book Title : A Sudden Death in Cyprus
✍Author : Michael Grant
♛Publisher : Canongate Books
♣Release Date : 2019-09-05
✿Pages : 256
♠ISBN : 9781786898425
♬Language : English, Spanish, And French

READ NOW DOWNLOAD

📝A Sudden Death in Cyprus Book Synopsis : David Mitre has a very unusual set of skills, skills he has acquired over a long criminal career. Skills that make him an irritant for people like the FBI. Hiding among the ex-pat community of the Greek islands, his cover is blown when he is witness to a stabbing on a Cyprus beach. The FBI want answers and David is given an ultimatum; solve the murder or face imprisonment for his own crimes. Coerced into playing detective, David unwittingly uncovers a criminal enterprise far worse than anything he could have imagined.

📒Sudden Death ✍ Allison Brennan

♠Book Title : Sudden Death
✍Author : Allison Brennan
♛Publisher : Ballantine Books
♣Release Date : 2009-03-24
✿Pages : 448
♠ISBN : 0345512847
♬Language : English, Spanish, And French

READ NOW DOWNLOAD

📝Sudden Death Book Synopsis : Fast, furious and fatal . . . a pair of killers seek brutal revenge. When a homeless veteran is found dead in a squalid Sacramento alley, FBI special agent Megan Elliott vows to find the murdered hero’s killer. Her investigation gets complicated fast, for the victim, a former Delta Force soldier, is just one link in a nationwide spree of torture and murder. Straight off a job rescuing medical missionaries, soldier-for-hire Jack Kincaid returns to his home base in the Texas border town of Hidalgo only to receive the news that one of his closest colleagues–also ex-military–has been brutally murdered. Faced with an inept local police force, Jack takes matters into his own hands. Now, as part of a national task force to stop the sadistic killings, by-the-book Megan and burn-the-book Jack form a tense alliance, sparked with conflict and temptation. But they struggle against more than passion, for a vicious pair of killers has only just begun a rampage of evil . . . and the primary target is much closer than Megan suspects.

♠Book Title : From Sudden Death to Paradise
✍Author : T.S. Dismas
♛Publisher : WestBow Press
♣Release Date : 2019-09-20
✿Pages : 152
♠ISBN : 9781973672548
♬Language : English, Spanish, And French

READ NOW DOWNLOAD

📝From Sudden Death to Paradise Book Synopsis : It’s easy to take it all for granted and go through life feeling invincible—especially if you’ve spent your life successfully facing challenges, overcoming obstacles in the way, and working hard to improve yourself both mentally and physically. Yet for all of us, this feeling of invincibility is an illusion. From Sudden Death to Paradise shares one man’s story of suddenly facing his mortality and coming to terms with what he experienced. After being exposed to toxic chemicals while in the military, and unknown to him, author T. S. Dismas developed an autoimmune disease that would kill him—one night, Dismas suffered sudden heart failure and died for ten minutes. Yet in that moment, he had a near-death experience and visited heaven, where he would learn a valuable lesson about himself, his life, his faith, and God. No amount of suffering could take away his joy and peace, and after his experience, life was now sweet and truly a gift. With a new heart—both literally and spiritually—he was able to realize his previous life was not part of God’s plan, and that embracing God’s love is the only way to sustain happiness and find meaning in this life.

♠Book Title : Sudden Death Medicine and Religion in Eighteenth Century Rome
✍Author : Maria Pia Donato
♛Publisher : Routledge
♣Release Date : 2016-04-01
✿Pages : 240
♠ISBN : 9781317048510
♬Language : English, Spanish, And French

READ NOW DOWNLOAD

📝Sudden Death Medicine and Religion in Eighteenth Century Rome Book Synopsis : In 1705-1706, during the War of the Spanish Succession and two years after a devastating earthquake, an ’epidemic’ of mysterious sudden deaths terrorized Rome. In early modern society, a sudden death was perceived as a mala mors because it threatened the victim’s salvation by hindering repentance and last confession. Special masses were celebrated to implore God’s clemency and Pope Clement XI ordered his personal physician, Giovanni Maria Lancisi, to perform a series of dissections in the university anatomical theatre in order to discover the 'true causes' of the deadly events. It was the first investigation of this kind ever to take place for a condition which was not contagious. The book that Lancisi published on this topic, De subitaneis mortibus (’On Sudden Deaths’, 1707), is one of the earliest modern scientific investigations of death; it was not only an accomplished example of mechanical philosophy as applied to the life sciences in eighteenth-century Europe, but also heralded a new pathological anatomy (traditionally associated with Giambattista Morgagni). Moreover, Lancisi’s tract and the whole affair of the sudden deaths in Rome marked a significant break in the traditional attitude towards dying, introducing a more active approach that would later develop into the practice of resuscitation medicine. Sudden Death explores how a new scientific interpretation of death and a new attitude towards dying first came into being, breaking free from the Hippocratic tradition, which regarded death as the obvious limit of physician’s capacity, and leading the way to a belief in the 'conquest of death' by medicine which remains in force to this day.

♠Book Title : Sudden Death and Psychiatric Illness
✍Author : Martin H. Wendkos
♛Publisher : Spectrum Publications
♣Release Date : 1979
✿Pages : 349
♠ISBN : 0893350699
♬Language : English, Spanish, And French

READ NOW DOWNLOAD

📝Sudden Death and Psychiatric Illness Book Synopsis :