Man in the Middle

  • Filename: man-in-the-middle.
  • ISBN: 9781890862763
  • Release Date: 2003-03-15
  • Number of pages: 280
  • Author: Ken Morris
  • Publisher: Bancroft Press

After Peter Neil joins the firm of Stenman Partners he is swept up in the manic world of trading, but the discovery of shady dealings and mysterious deaths finds Peter in danger and with the help of SEC investigator Oliver Dawson, they plan to bring downthe firm.

The Man in the Middle

  • Filename: the-man-in-the-middle.
  • ISBN: 9781433672880
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Number of pages: 241
  • Author: Timothy S. Goeglein
  • Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

A man who spent nearly eight years in the White House as President George W. Bush's key point of contact to American conservatives and the faith-based world explains why he believes most of the 43rd president's in-office decisions were made for the greater good, and how many of them could serve as a blueprint for a more thoughtful, confident conservatism.

Man in the middle

  • Filename: man-in-the-middle.
  • ISBN: UOM:39015070743979
  • Release Date: 2007-02-20
  • Number of pages: 290
  • Author: John Amaechi
  • Publisher: ESPN

Man In The Middle is a memoir by a former NBA star who will come "out" in the book and discuss his life as a gay man on and off the court.

The Man in the Middle

  • Filename: the-man-in-the-middle.
  • ISBN: 9781512751505
  • Release Date: 2016-09-16
  • Number of pages: 142
  • Author: Laurie Anne Gloyd
  • Publisher: WestBow Press

After living a life of bad decisions, Jason finds himself in a place he never imagined he would be-taking the life of a man for a few silver coins and some jewels. The result of his choices lands him on a cross beside a man who has the power to save Jason’s life. Will Jason decide to accept The Man in the Middle’s offer, or will he turn him down and die in his sins? “Oh, no, you don’t,” Barabbas said. He kicked the man before he managed to stand up all the way. I stood frozen in place again, not saying a word. I didn’t want to see the man hurt anymore, but I was too scared to stop it. Brutus grabbed the other saddlebag off the donkey and slung it across his shoulder. The man rolled over and again struggled to get up. This time Brutus kicked the man in his stomach and yelled at him to stay down. The man was curled in a ball, groaning and holding his stomach in a position of defeat. I turned to see if he would get up again. He opened his eyes and looked directly at me. Even through the dirt and blood crusted around his eyes, I could see his desperation. His eyes were begging for mercy and help. His voice cracked as he pleaded, “Don’t leave me out here to die.” I looked at Brutus and Barabbas. Barabbas turned to me and said, “We have to finish him off. He has seen our faces and could identify us later.” With that, Barabbas went to the bush to retrieve the dagger that had been kicked aside and then walked back over to us. Holding the dagger by the blade, he offered me the handle. “You may have the honor.”

The man in the middle

  • Filename: the-man-in-the-middle.
  • ISBN: UOM:39015002641143
  • Release Date: 1966
  • Number of pages: 58
  • Author: Harry S. Ashmore
  • Publisher:

The Man in the Middle

  • Filename: the-man-in-the-middle.
  • ISBN: 9781471159961
  • Release Date: 2016-10-20
  • Number of pages: 320
  • Author: Howard Webb
  • Publisher: Simon and Schuster

The long-awaited autobiography of Howard Webb, the man who refereed the World Cup final. Webb's first game as a match official came when he was just 18 and his father's verdict was blunt: 'Useless - he doesn't know his arse from his elbow.' It wasn't the last time his performance would come under fire. But Webb progressed through the ranks, and his natural calm authority made a good impression on players and administrators alike, and soon he was being offered the top matches and the toughest fixtures. The policeman went on to take charge of some of the most important games, including the 2009 FA Cup final, the 2010 Champions League final and - the biggest of the lot - the 2010 World Cup final. Now, in this superb and frank memoir, Howard Webb reveals what it is like to be at the heart of the action in modern-day football where every decision can be unpicked by television cameras. He explains how he learned to handle some of the game's superstars. Refereeing is a hard business, but Webb shows just why he enjoyed it so much and provides fascinating insights into how he dealt with the most challenging situations. With his unique perspective, and the characteristic honesty and humour he has displayed as a pundit on BT Sport, Webb has written a book that reveals the game - and the man himself - in a new light. 'Genuinely fascinating insight into the difficulties of officiating in the modern game, and Webb's frankness and self-deprecation are to be commended' When Saturday Comes

The Story of Charlie Mullins

  • Filename: the-story-of-charlie-mullins.
  • ISBN: 9781927360903
  • Release Date: 2012-08-01
  • Number of pages:
  • Author: Jim Wygand
  • Publisher: CCB Publishing

Charlie Mullins, a divorced executive at a large company, falls in love with a woman who he initially doesn't know could destroy his entire career. Charlie is convinced that she is his true soul mate and will not give her up even though it would mean the loss of his job and career if it became public knowledge. The company he works for has military defense contracts and he would not be given a security clearance once his relationship to Gina was known. He will have to choose between the woman and his career. While he faces this choice, a couple of busybody housewives from the small town in which he was raised and still lives have taken to stalking him because of his secret relationship and their interest in marrying him off to a local woman. They feel threatened by his behavior, and their response threatens his ability to keep the relationship secret while he devises a plan to marry the woman of his dreams. If the relationship becomes known before Charlie is ready and has worked out his plan, all will be lost. About the Author This is Jim Wygand's third book and his first novel. Jim is a business consultant who has worked in and with large corporations during his long and varied career. In his first novel, Jim has pitted parochial small town gossips against the desire for privacy of a native son and the inner workings and politics of a large multinational corporation. The admixture could prove disastrous to Charlie Mullins and his professional and personal plans.

Man in the Middle

  • Filename: man-in-the-middle.
  • ISBN: 9780759516649
  • Release Date: 2007-01-06
  • Number of pages: 462
  • Author: Brian Haig
  • Publisher: Hachette UK

For newly promoted Army lieutenant colonel Sean Drummond, his latest assignment starts off simply enough: find out if the death of one of D.C.'s most influential defense officials was murder or suicide. Most investigators would call it a cut-and-dried case, but nothing is ever that simple. Teamed with Bian Tran, the attractive Army Military Police officer investigating the case, Drummond is about to embark on a journey that takes him from the labyrinthine channels of American intelligence to the killing rooms of Iraq. None of it will be more difficult than navigating the shadowy minds and motivations of his enemies and so-called colleagues. What Drummond uncovers will make him question everything he believes in. Because the more he digs, the more he learns about the key players-American and Middle Eastern-in a war that rages bloodier every day. A war where betrayal is a daily occurrence and makes him ask: Are my loyalties to my superiors or to the American soldiers battling for their lives?

Man In The Middle

  • Filename: man-in-the-middle.
  • ISBN: 9781609823252
  • Release Date: 2010-06-11
  • Number of pages:
  • Author: Sommer Marsden
  • Publisher: Excessica Publishing

A two story collection of hot couples who decide to make things even hotter by putting a man in the middle

The man in the middle

  • Filename: the-man-in-the-middle.
  • ISBN: STANFORD:36105036424955
  • Release Date: 1973
  • Number of pages: 218
  • Author: Hugh Atkinson
  • Publisher: Putnam Publishing Group

The Man in the Middle

  • Filename: the-man-in-the-middle.
  • ISBN: STANFORD:36105039785626
  • Release Date: 1984-01-01
  • Number of pages: 185
  • Author: Norman Lewis
  • Publisher: Pantheon

Smart Grid Man In the Middle

  • Filename: smart-grid-man-in-the-middle.
  • ISBN: 9781483417394
  • Release Date: 2015-02-11
  • Number of pages: 346
  • Author: Barbara Boehm
  • Publisher:

Bill Williams lost all of the people he loved. His wife died in a car accident. Now his former Navy SEAL son was left to die in Benghazi on the eleventh anniversary of 9/11. Bill heads to Washington to seek answers, but answers are not forthcoming. He is left feeling isolated and alone with very little left to live for. Bill immerses himself into his work as a computer Engineer for a Smart Grid company to deal with the loss of his family. While trying to solve major issues with installed smart meters Bill meets Lynda Marshall, a research analyst for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Together Bill and Lynda discover a computer virus putting their lives in danger. The virus appears to be part of a conspiracy to manipulate the world's most powerful leaders through Smart Grid technology. Bill delves into the investigation, but his prodding labels him a Cyber Terrorist. Now, Bill is on the run from several government agencies that want to bring him down.

Man in the Middle

  • Filename: man-in-the-middle.
  • ISBN: 0761832769
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Number of pages: 170
  • Author: Andrew S. Brake
  • Publisher: University Press of America

Man in the Middle reopens the history of Henry Benjamin Whipple, the First Episcopal Bishop of Minnesota, using his sermons, his letters, and Dakota and Chippewa letters. The book explores his role as a crusader for the survival and salvation of the Dakota and Chippewa peoples of Minnesota and brings to light an obscure figure in American history that deserves a reintroduction to the story of American religious and Indian history.

Men in the Middle

  • Filename: men-in-the-middle.
  • ISBN: 0226293246
  • Release Date: 2005-07-01
  • Number of pages: 269
  • Author: James Gilbert
  • Publisher: University of Chicago Press

While the 1950s have been popularly portrayed-on television and in the movies and literature-as a conformist and conservative age, the decade is better understood as a revolutionary time for politics, economy, mass media, and family life. Magazines, films, newspapers, and television of the day scrutinized every aspect of this changing society, paying special attention to the lifestyles of the middle-class men and their families who were moving to the suburbs newly springing up outside American cities. Much of this attention focused on issues of masculinity, both to enforce accepted ideas and to understand serious departures from the norm. Neither a period of "male crisis" nor yet a time of free experimentation, the decade was marked by contradiction and a wide spectrum of role models. This was, in short, the age of Tennessee Williams as well as John Wayne. In Men in the Middle, James Gilbert uncovers a fascinating and extensive body of literature that confronts the problems and possibilities of expressing masculinity in the 1950s. Drawing on the biographies of men who explored manhood either in their writings or in their public personas, Gilbert examines the stories of several of the most important figures of the day-revivalist Billy Graham, playwright Tennessee Williams, sociologist David Riesman, sex researcher Alfred Kinsey, Playboy literary editor Auguste Comte Spectorsky, and TV-sitcom dad Ozzie Nelson-and allows us to see beyond the inherited stereotypes of the time. Each of these stories, in Gilbert's hands, adds crucial dimensions to our understanding of masculinity the 1950s. No longer will this era be seen solely in terms of the conformist man in the gray flannel suit or the Marlboro Man.

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