Published September 2003
by Tandem Library .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||School & Library Binding|
In Turning the Tide, author Ed Offley tells the gripping story of how, during a twelve-week period in the spring of , a handful of battle-hardened American, British, and Canadian sailors turned the tide in the Atlantic. Using extensive archival research and interviews with key survivors, Offley places the reader at the heart of the most decisive maritime battle of World War imeldaclyde.com by: 1. Dec 31, · Turning the Tide chronicles the creation of South Carolina’s sea turtle program, the evolution of the International Sea Turtle Society and the ACE Basin, and documents the decades-long battle for use of turtle excluder devices (TEDs) to protect sea turtles.5/5(1). May 25, · Turning the Tide is a Agatha Award Nominee for Best Historical Novel Praise for the Quaker Midwife Mysteries: "An intriguing look at life in 19th-century New England, a heroine whose goodness guides all her decisions, and a mystery that surprises."―/5(28). Sep 22, · Turning the Tide is no exception, over half the book covers U.S. interventions in Central America throughout the twentieth century in general with a particular emphasis on the recent past as it was when the book was published in /5(2).
Apr 08, · Turn the Tide: Rise Above Toxic, Difficult Situations in the Workplace Paperback – May 24, by Kathy Obear ED. D. (Author)/5(). The Turning Tide is the first fiction work published under her own name (The Sex Myth, a non-fiction work, was released in ) If you're familiar with the author's earlier work, this outing without an alter ego will surprise: it's a thriller which begins with the discovery of a body in a bag on the remote Scottish coast, and ends somewhere completely different/5. Turning the Tide is no exception, over half the book covers U.S. interventions in Central America throughout the twentieth century in general with a particular emphasis on the recent past as it was when the book was published in /5. Turn the Tide Rise Above Toxic, Difficult Situations in the Workplace by Kathy Obear, Ed.D.
Turning the Tide by Charles F. Stanley - Now in paperback—New York Times bestselling author Charles Stanley shares a thought-provoking, inspirational book Released on: June 12, Mar 15, · Interesting book that focuses on two major convoy battles during the Battle of the Atlantic in early The first was a major U-Boat victory, while the other showed how the Allies changed their tactics and turned the tide/5. Turning the Tide, Real HOPE, Real CHANGE, by Dr. Charles F. Stanley, Howard Books, , Pages, ISBN , $ In Turning the Tide, Charles F. Stanley inspires Americans to “get down on their knees then get up on their feet and become involved,” first with prayer, then with “civic involvement.”/5. Turning the Tide is set in the sleepy backwater town of Little Spitmarsh where five years ago Harriet Watling, or Harry as she prefers to be called, inherited her father’s boatyard and hired help, George/5.