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Carr, Caleb 1955-

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The alienist by Caleb Carr( Book )
145 editions published between 1973 and 2018 in 17 languages and held by 3,722 libraries worldwide
The hunt for a serial killer in the 1800s in New York by Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, using the new science of forensic psychology. As with so many new sciences this one is ridiculed by law enforcement and civic leaders alike
The angel of darkness by Caleb Carr( Book )
92 editions published between 1997 and 2013 in 12 languages and held by 3,061 libraries worldwide
It is June 1897. A year has passed since Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, a pioneer in forensic psychiatry, tracked down the brutal serial killer John Beecham with the help of a team of trusted companions and a revolutionary application of the principles of his discipline. Now, Dr. Kreizler and his colleagues are pitted against a murderer as evil as the darkest night
Killing time : a novel of the future by Caleb Carr( Book )
47 editions published between 1999 and 2005 in 5 languages and held by 2,446 libraries worldwide
Dr. Gideon Wolfe, a renowned criminologist and professor at New York's John Jay University, is hired by the widow of a murdered special-effects wizard to track down her husband's killer
The Italian secretary : a further adventure of Sherlock Holmes by Caleb Carr( Book )
37 editions published between 2005 and 2009 in English and Serbian and held by 2,384 libraries worldwide
Legendary detective Sherlock Holmes finds himself on the trail of a murderer whose connections may run all the way up the social ladder to the royal family
The lessons of terror : a history of warfare against civilians : why it has always failed and why it will fail again by Caleb Carr( Book )
21 editions published between 2002 and 2003 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,895 libraries worldwide
We think of terrorism as a relatively modern phenomenon used by fringe political and religious groups, but The Lessons of Terror demonstrates that it is a practice that has existed since time immemorial, and has been employed by national armies as well as extremists. Carr's exploration of two thousand years of terrorism reveals the tactic's consistently self-defeating nature: Far from prompting submission, it only stiffens enemy resolve, and never leads to long-term success or peace. Carr provides a critical historical context for understanding not only individual terrorist acts today, but the Middle East conflict as well
The legend of Broken by Caleb Carr( Book )
14 editions published between 2012 and 2013 in 3 languages and held by 1,248 libraries worldwide
"Some years ago, a remarkable manuscript long rumored to exist was discovered: The Legend of Broken. It tells of a prosperous fortress city where order reigns at the point of a sword-even as scheming factions secretly vie for control of the surrounding kingdom. Meanwhile, outside the city's granite walls, an industrious tribe of exiles known as the Bane forages for sustenance in the wilds of Davon Wood. At every turn, the lives of Broken's defenders and its would-be destroyers intertwine: Sixt Arnem, the widely respected and honorable head of the kingdom's powerful army, grapples with his conscience and newfound responsibilities amid rumors of impending war. Lord Baster-kin, master of the Merchants' Council, struggles to maintain the magnificence of his kingdom even as he pursues vainglorious dreams of power. And Keera, a gifted female tracker of the Bane tribe, embarks on a perilous journey to save her people, enlisting the aid of the notorious and brilliant philosopher Caliphestros. Together, they hope to exact a ruinous revenge on Broken, ushering in a day of reckoning when the mighty walls will be breached forever in a triumph of science over superstition."--Jacket
Surrender, New York : a novel by Caleb Carr( Book )
4 editions published between 2016 and 2017 in English and held by 1,197 libraries worldwide
"Many dedicated years working for the NYPD didn't mean much when criminal psychologist Trajan Jones was fired from the force. Now living in exile on a dairy farm in upstate New York, Trajan is reduced to teaching an online course in criminal investigation, along with his partner Mike Li, an expert in DNA evidence. But Trajan is called back to duty when a friend in county law enforcement consults him on the suspicious death of several local kids. They're called "throwaways" because their parents have abandoned them, and the official response to their deaths seems equally callous. Trajan and Mike, armed only with their instincts and the help of a precocious neighborhood boy, fight for justice on behalf of the victims, but it soon puts them in a merciless killer's crosshairs"--
The Italian secretary : a further adventure of Sherlock Holmes by Caleb Carr( Sound Recording )
28 editions published between 2005 and 2009 in English and Undetermined and held by 853 libraries worldwide
Legendary detective Sherlock Holmes finds himself on the trail of a murderer whose connections may run all the way up the social ladder to the royal family
America invulnerable : the quest for absolute security from 1812 to Star Wars by James Chace( Book )
7 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 713 libraries worldwide
En gennemgang af USAs bestandige higen efter national sikkerhed siden 1812, således som den er kommet til udtryk i tanker og officielle handlinger, som amerikanerne gennem tiderne har initieret, sidst i form af præsident Reagangs:"Strategic Defence Initiative"
The devil soldier : the story of Frederick Townsend Ward by Caleb Carr( Book )
19 editions published between 1991 and 1995 in English and held by 679 libraries worldwide
The astonishing true story of Frederick Townsend Ward, a young American mercenary who became one of the greatest military leaders in the Chinese empire. In 1859, in the midst of the bloodiest civil war China had ever seen, Ward created the "Ever Victorious Army"--Otherwise known as the "Devil Soldiers" in response to the powerful rebel threat
The alienist by Caleb Carr( Sound Recording )
18 editions published between 1994 and 2011 in English and No Linguistic Content and held by 609 libraries worldwide
The year is 1896, and a serial killer is loose in New York City. His targets are poor young boys working as transvestite prostitutes. While the general public has little interest in the victims, Chief of Police Theodore Roosevelt wants the murderer stopped. He assembles a clandestine group of amateur detectives to track the killer
Killing time by Caleb Carr( Sound Recording )
16 editions published between 2000 and 2011 in English and Undetermined and held by 581 libraries worldwide
"The year is 2023, and much of the world enjoys great wealth generated by the triumph of information technology. However, the staphylococcus plague of 2006 wiped out 40 million people, and the 2020 assassination of American President Emily Forrester traumatized the nation. Through it all, the internet remains the main source of information, bombarding people with news, rumors and allegations twenty-four hours a day -- while creating enormous possibilities for the manipulation of mankind. Into this world of deception wanders Dr. Gideon Wolfe, a New York psychiatrist, criminal profiler, and historian. Wolfe comes into possession of a computer disc that contains startling evidence that the now-famous visual record of President Forrester's assassination was digitally altered. Stunned and enraged, Wolfe sets out to unravel the full tale of the Forrester hoax. His journey leads him to a secret group of scientific and military experts who seek to expose the astonishing degree to which the public can be deceived and manipulated in the Information Age. Wolfe joins the team and discovers that their efforts instigate the most horrendous single act of mass murder in world history"--Publisher's web site
Exorcist : the beginning by Renny Harlin( visu )
6 editions published between 2005 and 2017 in English and held by 546 libraries worldwide
Thinking that he had glimpsed the face of Evil as a witness to atrocities committed on the innocent during WWII, Lankester Merrin lost his faith in his fellow man and the Almighty. He renounced his vocation, and is now an archaeologist in Africa. A collector of rare comes to him with an odd request. An old Christian Byzantine church has been unearthed in Kenya, surprisingly intact, as if it were buried right after its completion. Merrin is asked to find an ancient relic hidden within the church before a British expedition can. Interested, Merrin agrees to take the job. Beneath the church, something much older and malevolent sleeps, waiting to be awoken. The blood of innocents flows freely, but the horror has only just begun. In the place where Evil was born, Merrin will finally see its true face
Surrender, New York : a novel by Caleb Carr( Sound Recording )
14 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 467 libraries worldwide
Caleb Carr, bestselling author of The Alienist and The Angel of Darkness, has created a contemporary psychological thriller haunted by the shadowy hands of established power. In rural, impoverished Burgoyne County, New York, a pattern of strange deaths begins to emerge: adolescent boys and girls are found murdered, their corpses left hanging in gruesome, ritualistic fashion. Senior law enforcement officials are quick to blame a serial killer, yet their efforts to apprehend this criminal are peculiarly ineffective. Meanwhile, in the county's small town of Surrender, Trajan Jones, a psychological profiler (and the world's leading expert on the life and work of one Dr. Laszlo Kreizler), and Michael Li, a trace evidence expert, once famed advisors to the New York City Police Department, teach online courses in profiling and forensic science from Jones's family farm. Alone and armed mainly with their wits, protected only by farmhands and Jones' unusual "pet," the outcast pair are secretly called in to consult on the case. Jones and Li immediately discern that the various victims were all "throwaway children," a new state classification given to young people who are neither orphans, runaways nor homeless, but victims of a terrible phenomenon sweeping America's poor: abandoned by their families, the throwaways are left to fend for themselves. One of these throwaways, Lucas Kurtz, along with his blind older sister, cross paths with Jones and Li, offering information that could blow the case wide open. Racing against the case's mounting stakes, Jones and Li find that they are battling not only to unravel the mystery of how the throwaways died, but also to defend themselves and the Kurtz siblings from the threats of shadowy but powerful agents who want to stop them from uncovering the truth. It is a truth that, Jones believes, leads away from their world and back to the increasingly wealthy city where both he and his long-dead intellectual guide, Dr Kreizler, did their greatest work. But will they be able to trace the case to New York before they fall victim to the murderous forces that stalk them?Moving at the same rapid pace as his earlier books, yet with the same depth of historical and scientific research, Carr creates another rollercoaster ride of ideas and emotions. Like The Alienist, Surrender, New York brings to life the grim underbelly of a prosperous nation - and those most vulnerable to its failings
The angel of darkness by Caleb Carr( Sound Recording )
13 editions published between 1997 and 2012 in English and held by 380 libraries worldwide
Dr. Kreizler and his companions tracked down the brutal serial killer John Beecham in "The alienist". Reunited now to help the wife of a Spanish diplomat solve the kidnapping of her baby girl in 1897, the team discovers a woman who has murdered half a dozen of her own children as well as several others
The collected What if? : eminent historians imagining what might have been : essays ( Book )
4 editions published between 2001 and 2005 in English and held by 358 libraries worldwide
Historians and philosophers alike have pondered the crucial turning points of history--the events that forever altered the course of civilization and set the stage for the world in which we live today. In these essays, some of the most respected minds of our time as the question "What if ... ": Pontius Pilate hadn't ordered Jesus Christ's crucifixion? Abraham Lincoln hadn't abolished slavery? A Confederate aide hadn't accidentally lost General Robert E. Lee's plans for invading the North? The Allied invasion of D Day had failed? Pope Pius XII had spoken out against the Holocaust? The Mongols had succeeded in conquering Europe? --From publisher's description
Dominion : prequel to The exorcist ( visu )
9 editions published between 2005 and 2017 in English and German and held by 310 libraries worldwide
This film traces the story of Father Lankester Merrin back to his first encounter with the Devil in post-WWII Africa
The lessons of terror : a history of warfare against civilians : why it has always failed and why it will fail again by Caleb Carr( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 218 libraries worldwide
Details how warfare has always targeted civilians, and argues that brutality never achieves its goals, but instead leads to resentment followed by even bloodier retaliation
The legend of Broken by Caleb Carr( Sound Recording )
7 editions published between 2012 and 2013 in English and held by 188 libraries worldwide
An epic account about the kingdom of Broken follows the efforts of a solitary noble soldier to confront legendary medieval adversaries to save a fortress city from internal and external dangers
The Rough Riders : an autobiography by Theodore Roosevelt( Book )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 158 libraries worldwide
"With the outbreak of the Spanish-American War, Theodore Roosevelt resigned his post as assistant secretary of the navy to recruit the First U.S. Volunteer Cavalry. The legendary Rough Riders--an unlikely combination of cowboys, frontiersmen, Native Americans, African-Americans, and Ivy League alumni--trained in Texas before shipping off to Cuba. The regiment met their enemy in the tropical summer heat, fighting rain, mud, and malaria as well as the Spanish Army. Their battles climaxed with the assault on San Juan Hill, where Colonel Roosevelt rallied his troops to charge through a hail of gunfire to victory."
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Alternative Names
Caleb Carr Amerikaanse schrijver
Caleb Carr romanziere statunitense
Caleb Carr US-amerikanischer Krimi- und Sachbuchautor
Карр, Калеб 1955-
Кэлеб Кэрр
קאר, קילב
קר, קילב
کلیب کار نویسنده و تاریخ‌نگار آمریکایی
카, 칼렙 1955-
カー, ケイレブ
English (373)
French (33)
Spanish (31)
German (18)
Italian (14)
Polish (9)
Dutch (6)
Chinese (5)
Danish (4)
Russian (3)
Greek, Modern [1453- ] (3)
Portuguese (2)
Serbian (2)
Catalan (2)
Czech (2)
Croatian (1)
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