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Annunciation, Incarnation, Manifestation
Daily meditations for Advent through Epiphany
Annunciation, incarnation and manifestation... These three words provide the connections between the seasons of Advent, Christmas and Epiphany. They are also links to the
major theme of the seasons: the son of God coming into the world.... These three seasons together draw sharply into focus the fulfillment of
God's promise to us in the birth of Jesus Christ our Redeemer.
Bedside Critical Care Manual
Bedside Critical Care Manual is intended as a practical guide for clinicians in the care of critically ill
patients. It is written in semi-outline format to facilitate access to to information. The paperback edition will be published in two volumes in the summer of 2017.
Volume I includes chapters on acid-base disorders, cardiology, common parenteral drug dosages,
electrolyte disorders, endocrinology, environmental critical care, ethics, gastroenterology, hematology, hemodynamic monitoring
and infectious diseases.
Volume II includes chapters on nephrology, neurology, nutrition, obstetrics, pain, agitation, and delirium,
perioperative assessment, procedures, pulmonology, radiology, and toxicology.
The ebook edition will be published in one volume in the fall of 2017
The Consulting Detective Trilogy Part I: University
The Consulting Detective Trilogy is the sequel to The Crack in the Lens that follows
the adventures of Sherlock Holmes up to his meeting with Dr. John H. Watson. Along the way he meets many people who influence
the early development of his career.
In Part I: University, Sherlock Holmes encounters strange deaths, a blackmail ring,
a ship named "Gloria Scott," and the mysteries of his own mind while he studies at the University of Cambridge.
The Consulting Detective Trilogy: Part II
In The Consulting Detective Trilogy Part II: On Stage, a penniless Sherlock Holmes seeks refuge with his brother
Mycroft in London. Soon a fellow student introduces him to a mysterious world of magic and deception which will
teach him skills he will use throughout his detective career -- the world of the theatre.
Kidnappers and a murderous attack at the stage door in London, police corruption in New York, train robbers in Nebraska, and hoodlums and shanghaiers in San Francisco are among the many challenges young Sherlock Holmes faces.
In The Consulting Detective Trilogy Part III: Montague Street follow Sherlock Holmes as he begins his detective practice
in London. COMING 2018
The Crack in the Lens
If someone had asked Sherlock Holmes later in the year,
there is little doubt that he would have said his life began
that spring day in 1871 when he met Violet Rushdale
upon the moors and ended in the winter some months
distant. His mother would have disputed the former
claim, and many, both friend and foe, would come to
deny the latter.
Yet what happened that year nearly
cost him his life and his sanity, and strongly
influenced the man he was to become.
"Grit in a sensitive instrument, or a crack in one of his high powered lenses,
would not be more disturbing than a strong emotion in a nature such as his."
Dr. John H. Watson in "A Scandal in Bohemia," The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Here I Am: Poems & Prayers
Author Diane Zike presents poems and prayers that reflect her personal growth and spirituality and a deepening
awareness of her faith in God.
Via Dolorosa: Stations of the Cross
Via Dolorosa (Lat. "sorrowful way") or Via Crucis (Lat. "the way of the Cross") is the path believed to be taken by Jesus from the place of his condemnation by Pilate to Mount Golgotha, the site of his crucifixion, and then to his grave
site. Early Christians continued the ancient Jewish practice of pilgrimages to Jerusalem. Out of this practice came the tradition of the Stations of the Cross
as a series of commemorative devotions or meditations. Author Diane Zike continues this tradition with this book of daily Lenten meditations.
Via Dolorosa: Estaciones de la Cruz
Meditaciones de Cuaresma
Vía Dolorosa (Lat. “vía dolorosa”) o Via Crucis (Lat. “el Camino de la Cruz”)
es el sendero que se cree fue percorrido por Jesús desde el lugar de su condena por Pilato al Monte
Golgota, el lugar de su crucifixión, y luego al lugar de su tumba. Los primeros cristianos continuaron
la antigua práctica judía de peregrinar hacia Jerusalén. De tal práctica nace la
tradiciónde las Estaciones de la Cruz como una serie de devociones conmemorativas y devocionales.
La autora, Diane Zike, continúa esa tradición com este libro de meditaciones dárias para