- Psychotrope (Nom Familier): Crack, Rachacha, Burning You Up, Proto, Dob, Coke, Keta, Fumette, Ghb, Champi, Dmt, DXM, Gbl, Angel
- Psychotrope (Nom Familier): Crack, Rachacha, Burning You Up, Proto, Dob, Coke, Keta, Fumette, Ghb, Champi, Dmt, DXM, Gbl, Angel Dust, Meth
- Unseen: The Burning
- The Burning is the action-packed first volume of the "Unseen" trilogy. It's also the first crossover novel linking "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel". Buffy, Angel and their friends become involved with several apparently separate problems involving black magic, runaway teenagers, street gangs and police corruption.
- The Burning
- It is 1821, and all who know the beautiful, mysterious Ann Van Helsing believe she is insane. Yet Ann's curse is the deep psychic ability that allows her to know everything about another human being--their history, thoughts, and desires--simply by touching them. Overwhelmed by a power she can barely control, Ann roams the woods and caves near her estate, searching for an elusive peace.
- Doctor Who: Dark Horizons
- "Now, you may or may not have noticed, but we appear to be on fire." On a windswept northern shore, at the very tip of what will one day become Scotland, the islanders believe the worst they have to fear is a Viking attack. Then the burning comes. They cannot run from it. Water will not stop it.
- Cape Cod Library of Local History and Genealogy Volumes 1 and 2
- It is well known that Cape Cod families are difficult to trace. Only the probate records survived the burning of the Barnstable County Courthouse in 1827, and similar disasters have taken their toll of the Cape's town records. This was precisely the predicament Col. Leonard Smith found himself in when he stumbled upon a series of pamphlets published at Yarmouthport by Charles W.
- The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman
- SoldiersIt was a day something like right now, dry, hot, and dusty dusty. It might 'a' been July, I'm not too sure, but it was July or August. Burning up, I won't ever forget. The Secesh Army, they came by first. The Officers on their horses, the Troops walking, some of them dragging the guns in the dust they was so tired.
- Red Sorrow: A Memoir
- "In June 1966. [m]y hometown, Shanghai, smelled like it was burning," writes Nanchu in this searing memoir of her experiences as witness, victim and participant in the Cultural Revolution, Chairman Mao's violent 10-year program, which set youths and workers against broadly designated "class enemies.
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