The Turncoat S Gambit

Author: Andrea Cremer
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 069817514X
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Something that might have been amusement flickered in Admiral Winter's eyes.
He smiled. “Courage or bravado?” She didn't answer. “My own men are wise
enough to fear me,” he told her. “Considering your current position, it might serve
you better to do likewise.” His condescension disgusted Charlotte. “If I tremble
and weep, will you set me free? I think not.” “Freedom is not within your reach,
Lady Marshall,” Winter said. “But a conciliatory attitude could improve your
circumstances ...

Charity S Gambit

Author: Marcy Stewart
Publisher: Belgrave House
ISBN: 1610849981
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Marcy Stewart. chums.” The young lady curtseyed to their bows. Mr. Winters was
a pleasant-faced gentleman of average height. The viscount was quite tall and
seemed unable to remove his gaze from hers. It was quite flattering, for he was a
handsome man. “The Honorable Sebastian has recently returned from serving
with the Hussars—he was a major, you should know—and has the most
interesting story to tell us. But let us sit down first and have tea.” They moved into
the library, ...

Chess For Winter Evenings

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Containing the Rudiments of the Game, and Elementary Analyses of the Most
Popular Openings. Exemplified in Games Actually Played by the Greatest
Masters; Including Staunton's Analysis of the King's and Queen's Gambits,
Numerous Positions and Problems on Diagrams. Both Original and Selected;
Also a Series of Chess Tales, with Illustrations Engraved from Original Designs ...

Baltic Gambit

Author: E.E. Knight
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101637951
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For once, the long, cold winters worked in the city's favor. The Kurians, while they
have the technology to survive in any climate, prefer warm ones for safety's sake.
They never know when they might be forced from their holes and have to dive
into the nearest waterway or drift in high winds to a new refuge. They generally
leave the administration of cold climates to their allies. From Halifax, shipping
and passengers break up into smaller contingents that can be transported by
lighter ...

Chess For Winter Evenings Containing The Rudiments Of The Game Also A Series Of Chess Tales The Whole Extracted And Tr By H R Agnel

Author: Chess
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291 BOOK IV. staunton's analysis of the king's gambit, exemplified in games
actually played by the greatest masters. L The King's Knight's Gambit . 305 II. The
Cunningham Gambit 315 III. The Salvio Gambit 321 IV. The Cochrane Gambit
326 V. The Muzio Gambit 339 VI. The Allgaier Gambit 363 VII. The King's Rook's
Pawn Gambit 369 VIII. The King's Bishop's Gambit 377 IX. Deviation from the
Standard Methods of Defence in the King's Bishop's Gambit 391 X. The Gambit
Declined ...

Timber S Gambit

Author: Alisha M. Risen-Kent
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1483518256
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I had wanted to establish my pack before winter set in. Hunting large prey was
most successful in late winter but it would be difficult alone. I turned back and
crawled under my makeshift den to finish my meal. As I moved the branch, I
already knew my rabbit was gone. “Thanks for the meal, Timber!” Swift said as he
ran off, his mouth full of my dinner. I sighed. Well, at least he'll enjoy it, I thought.
Curling into a ball, I tucked my nose under my tail and fell asleep. Over the next
few weeks, ...

Cat S Gambit

Author: Leslie Gadallah
Publisher: Five Rivers Publishing
ISBN: 1988274230
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A way of doing can hold much meaning. Mother asks, do you understand this?” “I
think so,” MacDonald said. “I think I understand.” “Mother says among our people,
the winter is taken as a time of preparation for the new life that begins with the
spring. “Mother says you are in a winter of your life. You are welcome to spend it
among us. Spring will come in time. It always does. “Mother says we will learn
from one another, if you are willing.” “Tell her I am deeply, deeply honoured.”
Later, on ...

Queen S Autumn Gambit

Author: Kristen Kindoll
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ISBN: 1626751099
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The winter wind forced its way past and into the hallway. The two temperatures
comingled, but not before initiating shivers from the two women. He paused when
he saw Leah, but regained his composure closing the door quickly. “Benjamin,
your timing is impeccable,” Leah automatically crossed over to her husband. “I
didn't expect you home so soon.” Benjamin's blue eyes were piercing as he
watched Leah approach him. Kissing his wife on the lips, he spoke for Patricia's
benefit but ...

Gambit

Author: Karna Small Bodman
Publisher: Forge Books
ISBN: 9781429926027
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Many were white. Some were the color of sandstone, and several had roofs that
looked like the skin of a tangerine. Wide boulevards were punctuated with rows
of trees, and there were also large bands of forests throughout the city. The place
was green, gigantic, and gorgeous. As she thought about it, she mused about
Melanie, who often asked her if she wanted to write press releases filled with her
alliterations. She wondered how Mel was doing with Derek Winters and whether
there ...

The Queen S Gambit

Author: Diane A. S. Stuckart
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101207647
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I gasped out in alarm, while a cold chill slid like a sliver of winter's ice along my
spine. Even Leonardo looked momentarily nonplussed before shaking his head
and favoring me with a stern look. "Contain yourself, boy. I assure you, the dead
do not return to life. If, indeed, that sound did emanate from the deceased man, it
was strictly a natural phenomenon resulting from the inevitable buildup of humors
in the corpse." Barely had he offered that explanation, however, than the plaintive
 ...