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James Fleming - Author

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James Fleming was born in 1944. He lives in Gloucestershire and writes in Caithness.

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The Gospel in Leviticus

The Gospel in Leviticus

Author: James Fleming Format: Hardback Release Date: 16/10/2018

The Gospel in Leviticus

The Gospel in Leviticus

Author: James Fleming Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 16/10/2018

The Gospel in Leviticus

The Gospel in Leviticus

Author: James Fleming Format: Paperback Release Date: 25/08/2017

Gay Rights and the Constitution Cases and Materials

Gay Rights and the Constitution Cases and Materials

Author: James Fleming, Sotirios Barber, Stephen Macedo, Linda McClain Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 30/07/2016

Considerably shorter than other casebooks, this accessible and engaging title focuses on the controversies over constitutional interpretation leading up to the United States Supreme Court's holdings in Lawrence v. Texas (2003) and Obergefell v. Hodges (2015): namely, that the Constitution's commitments to liberty and equal protection encompass rights of same-sex intimacy and marriage. It also takes up emerging conflicts between protection of constitutional rights for gay men and lesbians, on the one hand, and First Amendment claims of freedom of association and religious liberty by persons who oppose protection of such rights, on the other. This book will be suitable as either the basic text of a one-semester course or as a supplementary text for courses in civil liberties. With five original scholarly essays written by esteemed constitutional scholars, this book looks beyond judicial doctrine and asks whether the current constitutional status of gay rights is consistent with principles that trace back to the American Founding and the Civil War Amendments and that continue to animate American politics.

The Gospel in Leviticus

The Gospel in Leviticus

Author: James Fleming Format: Hardback Release Date: 09/08/2015

Weathering the Storm

Weathering the Storm

Author: James Fleming Format: eBook Release Date: 30/03/2015

This book presents the memoirs of Sverre Pettersen, prominent leader in the field of meteorology. Delving through his recollections of his childhood in Norway, education and work at the famous Bergen school of Meteorology to the World War II crisis and D-Day, Petterssen uncovers the history of meteorology, documenting it from his perspective. Meteorology today is the beneficiary of his work.

Final Finalist

Final Finalist

Author: James Fleming Format: Paperback Release Date: 10/05/2012

Final Finalist

Final Finalist

Author: James Fleming Format: Hardback Release Date: 10/05/2012

Cold Blood

Cold Blood

Author: James Fleming Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 04/03/2010

The Russian Revolution is breaking out around him, but Charlie Doig has a private war to fight. He is determined to track down and kill Prokhor Glebov, the Bolshevik who raped and tortured his wife, Elizaveta. Convinced that Glebov will sooner or later turn up at Lenin's side, he and Kobi, his Mongolian henchman, make their way to St. Petersburg. There, amidst the chaos of the Revolution, they discover that Glebov has been put in charge of the political re-education of the Tsar and his family. The chase begins... Having captured an armoured train, Charlie fights his way to Siberia with a motley army of recruits and a breathtaking adventure unfolds. With rumours of the Tsar's gold reserves nearby, Charlie resolves once he has revenged Elizaveta to attempt to seize a barge of gold from under the watchful eyes of four different armies.

Broken Border

Broken Border

Author: James Fleming Format: Paperback Release Date: 12/05/2009

Broken Border

Broken Border

Author: James Fleming Format: Hardback Release Date: 12/05/2009

The Art of Reading and Speaking

The Art of Reading and Speaking

Author: James Fleming Format: Hardback Release Date: 10/03/2009

The Art of Reading and Speaking

The Art of Reading and Speaking

Author: James Fleming Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 10/03/2009

White Blood

White Blood

Author: James Fleming Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 05/04/2007

The son of an English father and Russian mother, Charlie Doig is a big man - big in stature and big in spirit. A naturalist, he roughs it around the world collecting birds and insects for museums. In 1914 he is on a mission for the Academy of Sciences in Russian Turkestan when war breaks out. His pay is stopped and his companion goes off to enlist. Doig, however, has no intention of volunteering to be killed. He returns to the Pink House, his family's home near Smolensk, adn to the woman he loves, his cousin Elizaveta. At first the Pink House remains untouched by outside events, and the familiar ways continue as before. But Imperial Russia is doomed and with in all the old certainties. Trapped by the snow with Doig and Elizaveta are a motley collection of old aristocrats, their servants and hangers-on - and the two soldiers, one of whom Doig is convinced is a Bolshevik out to destroy them all.

White Blood

White Blood

Author: James Fleming Format: eBook Release Date: 01/01/2006

The son of an English father and a Russian mother, Charlie Doig is a big man-big in stature, in spirit, and in sexual appetites. A naturalist, he roughs it around the world collecting specimens for museums. In 1914, he is on a mission for the Academy of Science in Russia when war breaks out. His pay is stopped and his companion goes off to enlist. Doig, however, has no intention of volunteering to be killed, so he returns to his family's home near Smolensk and to the woman he loves, his cousin Elizaveta. At first, their home remains untouched by outside events, and the familiar ways continue. But imperial Russia is doomed, along with all the old certainties. Trapped by the snow with Doig and Elizaveta are a motley collection of old aristocrats and two soldiers seeking refuge-one of whom, Doig fears, is a Bolshevik out to destroy them all.

The Temple Of Optimism

The Temple Of Optimism

Author: James Fleming Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 05/07/2001

Famously, Jane Austen created a fictional universe from 'three or four families in a country village'. In this remarkable first novel, James Fleming achieves something very similar: out of the relationships of two men and one woman in Derbyshire in 1788 he has created a fiction that bears comparison with the great novelists of the nineteenth century. Superficially, the plot is simple. Anthony Apreece covets the land of his young neighbour, Edward Horne. Edward covets Daisy, Anthony's wife. On such simple foundations, James Fleming builds a novel of extraordinary richness, at once a wholly convincing representation of an eighteenth-century world and an utterly modern dissection of two of mankind's most powerful passions: greed and love.

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