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Smokescreen by Nancy Hartry

Title Smokescreen
Author Nancy Hartry
Publisher Tundra Books
Release Date 2013
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 202
ISBN 9781770494053
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Stationed in a hazardous northern region of Canada during her first summer job, Kerry clashes with an unconventional partner and their chauvinistic boss before an enormous bush fire threatens Ontario, compelling Kerry to perform fire duty service and revealing an international crime that places her life at risk. By the award-winning author of Watching Jimmy.

Smoke Screen by Terri Blackstock

Title Smoke Screen
Author Terri Blackstock
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Release Date 2019-11-05
Category Fiction
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9780310332640
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A gripping new novel from New York Times bestselling author Terri Blackstock. One father was murdered, and another convicted of his death. All because their children fell in love. Nate Beckett has spent his life fighting wildfires instead of the lies and rumors that drove him from his Colorado home town. His mother begs him to come to Carlisle now that his father has been released from prison, but it isn’t until he’s sidelined by an injury that he’s forced to return and face his past. But that means facing Brenna too. Fourteen years ago, Nate was in love with the preacher's daughter. When Pastor Strickland discovered Brenna had defied him to sneak out with Nate, the fight between Strickland and Nate's drunken dad was loud—and very public. Strickland was found murdered later that night, and everyone accused Roy Beckett. When the church burned down, people assumed it was Nate getting even for his father’s conviction. He let the rumors fly and left Carlisle without looking back. Now, Brenna is stunned to learn that the man convicted of murdering her father has been pardoned. The events of that night set her life on a bad course, and she’s dealing with a brutal custody battle with her ex and his new wife where he’s using lies and his family’s money to sway the judge. She’s barely hanging on, and she’s turned to alcohol to cope. Shame and fear consume her. As they deal with the present—including new information about that fateful night and a wildfire that’s threatening their town—their past keeps igniting. Nate is the steady force Brenna has so desperately needed. But she’ll have to learn to trust him again first.

Smoke Screen by Sandra Brown

Title Smoke Screen
Author Sandra Brown
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2008-08-12
Category Fiction
Total Pages 398
ISBN 9781416563068
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The themes of role reversal and the abuse of power figure prominently in a tale in which corruption and betrayals turn friends against one another and force criminals to become heroes.

Smokescreen by J. Michael Cole

Title Smokescreen
Author J. Michael Cole
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2008-04
Category Political Science
Total Pages 188
ISBN 0595503446
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Nothing has captured our imagination and fed our nightmares since Sept. 11, 2001, more than international terrorism. The news are filled with "terror," and our government, from the prime minister to security experts, have repeatedly told us that for Canada, it is no longer a question of "if," but "when." But is it really so? This book debunks the system of fear and secrecy that has been used by the Canadian security intelligence establishment, with CSIS in the lead, to increase its powers to dangerous new levels, and raises the alarm over what this could mean for Canadian democracy. Starting from the training of new intelligence officers and ending on the deadly plains of Afghanistan, it shows that external pressure and a willingness at CSIS and other Canadian agencies to play in the "big leagues" of security intelligence have forced us into a "war" with no end that never was ours to begin with. It is an urgent call for a change of course before it is too late, before the very fabric of our society is harmed.

Smokescreen by Iris Johansen

Title Smokescreen
Author Iris Johansen
Publisher Grand Central Publishing
Release Date 2019-07-30
Category Fiction
Total Pages 448
ISBN 9781538762974
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this pulse-pounding thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen, forensic sculptor Eve Duncan journeys to Africa to help families torn apart by a violent attack deep in the jungle--but she may be putting herself in more danger than she knows. A journalist shows up on Eve Duncan's doorstep with a plea for help. Jill Cassidy has just come from a small African village with a heart wrenching story: half the villagers--many of them children--have been killed in a horrific attack by guerilla soldiers, the bodies burned beyond recognition. Now, the families desperately need Eve's help to get closure and begin to heal. But when Eve arrives in the remote jungle, she begins to suspect that Jill's plea may have been a cover story for a deeper, more sinister plot. Isolated and unsure who she can trust, Eve finds herself stranded in an unstable country where violence threatens to break out again at any moment and with only her own instincts to rely on if she hopes to get home to her family alive . . . #1 New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen is back with one of her most exhilarating and dangerous adventures yet in this "riveting" high-stakes thriller (Publishers Weekly).

Smokescreen by Kevin A. Sabet

Title Smokescreen
Author Kevin A. Sabet
Publisher Forefront Books
Release Date 2021-04-20
Category Law
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781948677875
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the leading authority on marijuana—a man who has served as White House advisor on drugs to three different administrations and who NBC News once called “the prodigy of drug politics"—comes the remarkable and shocking exposé about how 21st century pot, today’s new and highly potent form of the drug, is on the rise, spreading rapidly across America by an industry intent on putting rising profits over public health. Smokescreen: What the Marijuana Industry Doesn't Want You to Know examines the inside story behind the headlines, containing accounts from Sabet’s time in the Obama administration to stunning revelations from whistleblowers speaking out for the first time. What it finds is how the marijuana industry is running rampant without proper oversight, leaving Americans’ health seriously at risk. Included are interviews with industry insiders who reveal the hidden dangers of a product they had once worshipped. Also contained in these pages are insights from a major underground-market dealer who admits that legalization is hastening the growth of the illicit drug trade. And more to the heart of the issue are the tragic stories of those who have suffered and died as a result of marijuana use, and in many cases, as a result of its mischaracterization. Readers will learn how power brokers worked behind the scenes to market marijuana as a miracle plant in order to help it gain widespread acceptance and to set the stage for the lucrative expansion of recreational pot. The author of this compelling first-person narrative leading the national fight against the legalization of cannabis through his nonprofit, Smart Approaches to Marijuana (aka SAM) is Kevin Sabet. As a policy advisor to everyone from county health commissioners to Pope Francis, and a frequent public speaker on television, radio and through other media outlets, his analysis is consistently relied upon by those who recognize what’s at stake as marijuana lobbyists downplay the risks of massive commercialization. A book several years in the making, filled with vivid characters and informed by hundreds of interviews and scores of confidential documents, Sabet's Smokescreen lays bare the unvarnished truth about marijuana in America.

Smokescreen by Dick Francis

Title Smokescreen
Author Dick Francis
Publisher Fawcett Books
Release Date 1993
Category Fiction
Total Pages 253
ISBN 0449221113
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An actor who plays a superstar detective in films is asked to go to South Africa to investigate the questionable training of race horses

Smokescreens by Jack T. Chick

Title Smokescreens
Author Jack T. Chick
Publisher Chick Publications
Release Date 2011
Category Religion
Total Pages 93
ISBN 9780758908568
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Learn the hidden purpose of the ecumenical movement Many Christians believe the current call for Christian unity is biblical and reflects the heart of God. But in this important book, Jack Chick shows why nothing could be further from the truth. Before you agree to this "unity," you need to know who you are uniting with . . . and what they believe. Here, you will learn that today'unity' is a clever smokescreen, devised by the Vatican to bring all Christians under Rome's control. And to be in unity with Rome, you must be willing to compromise your beliefs . . . and accept hers. Discover why this "unity" is so dangerous, and how far down the road of compromise the church has already traveled. See how major Christian leaders have been leading their followers into compromise with Rome for years. Learn how to spot this dangerous false unity so you can take a stand. Learn the high price you will eventually pay for this "unity."

Smokescreen by Barry J. Ford

Title SmokeScreen
Author Barry J. Ford
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1994
Category Cigarette industry
Total Pages 242
ISBN PSU:000023693562
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Smokescreen by Paul William Roberts

Title Smokescreen
Author Paul William Roberts
Publisher Raincoast Books
Release Date 2004
Category True Crime
Total Pages 364
ISBN 1551926911
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A true-life thriller of life in the underground trade that moves across the American-Canadian border reveals details of the biker gangs, drug cartels, smugglers, and Russian mobsters who drive this thriving cross-border crime. Reprint.

Smokescreen by Philip J. Hilts

Title Smokescreen
Author Philip J. Hilts
Publisher Addison-Wesley
Release Date 1996
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 253
ISBN UOM:39015037446690
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Argues that the industry has knowingly concealed information

Smokescreen by Anne Mather

Title Smokescreen
Author Anne Mather
Publisher Harlequin
Release Date 2014-08-15
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781460348253
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Alex was not the man she expected him to be The time for Olivia's revenge had come. Her elderly husband, Henry Gantry was dead. She'd take Henry's monument to himself, his fabulously wealthy corporation, and either sell it or put it in the hands of the son he'd disowned! But Alex Gantry was an unknown quantity. Suave and clever, he was too aggressively masculine for his own good. Then why did he affect her as he did? Her own stepson! She'd never felt a physical attraction for any man before. Why this one?

Development As A Smokescreen by Warwick Armstrong

Title Development as a Smokescreen
Author Warwick Armstrong
Publisher Centre for Developing-Area Studies, McGill University
Release Date 1978
Category Developing countries
Total Pages 36
ISBN UTEXAS:059173024500975
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Smokescreen by Khaled Talib

Title Smokescreen
Author Khaled Talib
Publisher Khaled Talib
Release Date 2020-02-18
Category Fiction
Total Pages 332
ISBN 9789811450846
Language English, Spanish, and French
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At an ancient café in Cairo, two veteran spies plot a covert mission to resolve - once and for all - the Israeli - Palestinian conflict. The pledge: Israel will make a major concession as part of the peace treaty. In Singapore, Jethro Westrope, a magazine journalist, stumbles onto the scene of a murder: the beautiful Niki Kishwani directs him, in her last breath, to a digital recorder, evidence that puts Jethro's life in serious danger. And, much worse, he is framed for Niki's murder. Jethro sets out to find Niki's killer and is drawn into a web of deception and intrigue involving officials from the Singaporean, Israeli, and American governments, each with a complex, competing, and potentially deadly agenda. Against this pulse-pounding backdrop, Jethro races to find answers and save himself -yet nothing is as it seems. He finds himself at the centre of a political plot so diabolical and sweeping in its world implications that he is stunned to discover tomorrow's news headlines today. He is being set up not only as a murderer but as an assassin, and something much larger than his own fate is in his hands.

Smokescreen by Chad T. Hanson

Title Smokescreen
Author Chad T. Hanson
Publisher University Press of Kentucky
Release Date 2021-05-25
Category Nature
Total Pages 280
ISBN 9780813181059
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Smokescreen cuts through years of misunderstanding and misdirection to make an impassioned, evidence-based argument for a new era of forest management for the sake of the planet and the human race. Natural fires are as essential as sun and rain in fire-adapted forests, but as humans encroach on wild spaces, fear, arrogance, and greed have shaped the way that people view these regenerative events and given rise to misinformation that threatens whole ecosystems as well as humanity's chances of overcoming the climate crisis. Scientist and activist Chad T. Hanson explains how natural alarm over wildfire has been marshaled to advance corporate and political agendas, notably those of the logging industry. He also shows that, in stark contrast to the fear-driven narrative around these events, contemporary research has demonstrated that forests in the United States, North America, and around the world have a significant deficit of fire. Forest fires, including the largest ones, can create extraordinarily important and rich wildlife habitats as long as they are not subjected to postfire logging. Smokescreen confronts the devastating cost of current policies and practices head-on and ultimately offers a hopeful vision and practical suggestions for the future -- one in which both communities and the climate are protected and fires are understood as a natural and necessary force.

Before The Smokescreen by Dave Goerlitz

Title Before the Smokescreen
Author Dave Goerlitz
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1999-04
Category Advertising
Total Pages 168
ISBN 1928681026
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Smokescreen Marriage by Sara Craven

Title SMOKESCREEN MARRIAGE
Author Sara Craven
Publisher Harlequin / SB Creative
Release Date 2017-08-24
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9784596248619
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Kate awakens in a hotel suite and finds herself naked. Coming out of the shower is Michalis Theodakis, the heir to a global hotel chain. She remembers him saving her from men with ill intentions the evening before, but she never would have imagined that her savior would take advantage of her! When he becomes aware of what she’s thinking, Michalis is thoroughly offended?if he had shared a bed with her, he assures her, she would certainly remember it. Kate apologizes when she realizes he didn’t have any predatory intentions…but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have any intentions at all…

Smokescreen by Jodie Bailey

Title Smokescreen
Author Jodie Bailey
Publisher Harlequin
Release Date 2015-08-04
Category Fiction
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9780373446889
Language English, Spanish, and French
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UNDER ATTACK When her life is on the line, Ashley Colson is rescued by the last person she ever expected to see again. Military officer Ethan Kincaid might have disappointed her once in the past, but now he's the only person who can keep her safe. They're under the gun to decode top secret files that can save the life of a friend who is in enemy hands. But the killers will pull out all the stops to get their hands on the files...and Ashley. With time running out, can they put aside their past and find the answers that could give them a future?

Smokescreen by Paul F. J. Aranas

Title Smokescreen
Author Paul F. J. Aranas
Publisher Algora Publishing
Release Date 2012
Category History
Total Pages 175
ISBN 9780875868967
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When is it legitimate to use force? Smokescreen analyzes the workings and legitimacy of the United Nations Security Council, and how the United States and NATO governments systemically create the false perception of legitimacy for the use of force. the book offers a way forward toward international peace and security, in the interests of Western countries and humanity as a whole. Social scientists widely use Max Weber's definition of legitimacy, legitimitatsglaube, or the belief in legitimacy. Unlike moral philosophers, social scientists favor empirical data; therefore, for these social scientists, measuring legitimacy becomes possible by measuring what people believe to be legitimate. David Beetham maintains that Weber's definition is a catastrophe, and, in its place, offers a formula for legitimacy based on the objective criteria of legality, shared beliefs between dominant and subordinate, and consent from at least the most significant subordinate actors. This book argues that the United Nations Security Council, backed by the UN Charter, holds real legitimacy based on Beetham's formula. However, powerful Western states intent on military intervention, but unable to secure UN Security Council authorization, employ alternative norm justifications of self-defense beyond the scope of Article 51 and humanitarian intervention. They use a Weberian conception of legitimacy to create a perception of legitimacy where none exists. In this framework the powerful have the ability to manipulate public opinion to create legitimacy for a particular action. the author argues that this is not legitimacy but merely a perception of legitimacy to justify aggression. Objective standards to legitimacy exist, and those standards are enshrined in the United Nations Charter. This book is suitable for courses on international relations, political theory, and political science. Primary markets include bookstores, university book lists and secondary markets include international relations conferences and speaking engagements. the main subject area is international affairs. the readership level is intermediate and above. the book includes references to international law suitable for a general audience but also for the professional practitioner.

Smokescreen by Chad T. Hanson

Title Smokescreen
Author Chad T. Hanson
Publisher University Press of Kentucky
Release Date 2021-05-25
Category Nature
Total Pages 280
ISBN 9780813181042
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Smokescreen cuts through years of misunderstanding and misdirection to make an impassioned, evidence-based argument for a new era of forest management for the sake of the planet and the human race. Natural fires are as essential as sun and rain in fire-adapted forests, but as humans encroach on wild spaces, fear, arrogance, and greed have shaped the way that people view these regenerative events and given rise to misinformation that threatens whole ecosystems as well as humanity's chances of overcoming the climate crisis. Scientist and activist Chad T. Hanson explains how natural alarm over wildfire has been marshaled to advance corporate and political agendas, notably those of the logging industry. He also shows that, in stark contrast to the fear-driven narrative around these events, contemporary research has demonstrated that forests in the United States, North America, and around the world have a significant deficit of fire. Forest fires, including the largest ones, can create extraordinarily important and rich wildlife habitats as long as they are not subjected to postfire logging. Smokescreen confronts the devastating cost of current policies and practices head-on and ultimately offers a hopeful vision and practical suggestions for the future -- one in which both communities and the climate are protected and fires are understood as a natural and necessary force.