Ordinarily Detective Lane has a knack for discovering the whereabouts of missing persons. But the city's latest victim has disappeared without a trace. After brutally attacking his young nephew, ex-mayor Bob Swatsky has gone missing along with 13 million dollars of tax-payers' money. Is he on the lam with the cash, or is it something far more sinister? A zany cast of characters, a love doll, and a chain smoking grandma with an oxygen tank, lead Detective Lane on an exhilarating romp through the streets of Calgary. A man hunt is on, and alone, Lane must uncover the truth before someone ends up visiting Queen's Park...permanently. The first book in the Detective Lane mystery series is an intriguing look at the prejudices gay cops face on the police force, and at the dangers of keeping secrets.
A collection of 50 poems enlightening some ways to induce hope in a person and reasons to be happy about. This book voices a completely hidden perspective of a quiet and shy girl that the poetess is, to the world and people around her.
About the Book Hinduism, the eternal religion (Sanatana Dharma), is based on the Vedas. It stands on a tripod called Prasthanatraya, the three canonical texts. The first leg of the tripod is the Upanishads or revealed Truth. The second is the Bhagavad Gita or the practical truth. And the third is the Brahma Sutras or the reasoned truth. The necessity for a basic knowledge about the essentials of the Sanatna Dharma needs hardly any emphasis in the present ambience of ill-informed religious controversies. An attempt is therefore being made to bring to the attention of the vast majority of those who are interested in these matters the sublime thoughts contained in the Prasthana Traya. Out of these three texts, books on the Bhagavad Gita and Upanishads were already published and available in amazon.com. The present work covers some of the important and popular topics of Hinduism in the form of a compendium of essays on Bhakti, Scriptures, Yoga, Philosophy and Religion etc. The goal of all religions is the complete annihilation of sorrows, miseries and sufferings. Being threatened by miseries all the time, a question arises 'Is there any way out from this misery?' The answer lies in the teachings of Prasthana Traya. Hence if this attempt attracts the notice of the seekers and kindles in them an enthusiasm to go back to the original works my efforts would have achieved their objective.
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