THE HOUSES OF VERANDA

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The Houses Of Veranda

Author : Lisa Newsom
ISBN : 1588169278
Genre : Design
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A full-color book showcases the 30 most lavish homes featured in Veranda magazine.
Category: Design

Veranda A Passion For Living

Author : Carolyn Englefield
ISBN : 1618371355
Genre : House & Home
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This is a breathtaking collection of 30 uniquely stunning European houses. This lavish volume from the leading luxury home magazine offers a wealth of decorating ideas. Top designers and influential tastemakers share their secrets for creating breathtakin
Category: House & Home

The House

Author : Hans Offringa
ISBN : 9781419612374
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He immediately attaches to people, wherever he comes. And they love him instantly. Despite that, the main character of The House is essentially alone.His entire life is a continuous movement, physically as well as mentally. He wins the world but is not afraid to lose it, time and again. New encounters and possibilities appear on his way. He searches for them, he attracts them. He dissolves in it. And ... he writes about it with a lot of tongue-in-cheek humour, in a way you cannot put the book aside, before you've finished reading it. The House not only is a beautiful pastiche of the sixties, seventies, eighties and early nineties, it also is a unique and honest document of a man, who dares to undress himself in front of the reader. That his pen is polished with humour, is one of the great virtues of this book.
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Proper Peasants

Author : E. Fel
ISBN : 9780202368290
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More Craftsman Homes

Author : Gustav Stickley
ISBN : 9780486157610
Genre : Architecture
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Stickley pioneered a style of architecture that came to be known as Mission. Complete plans for 78 authentic Mission-style dwellings are reprinted here from an original 1912 publication with over 300 black-and-white illustrations.
Category: Architecture

Plantation Houses And Mansions Of The Old South

Author : J. Frazer Smith
ISBN : 9780486142227
Genre : Architecture
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DIVRich survey ranges from pioneer cabins to French Provincial and Neoclassic revivals. Extensive commentary on each building, with over 100 detailed illustrations, including 36 floor plans. Bibliography. /div
Category: Architecture

The Beckoning Sea

Author : Bernhard Abrahamsson
ISBN : 9781440102653
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Looking back, author Bernhard J. Abrahamsson cannot say exactly why, at age fourteen, he chose a seafaring life. Perhaps, the choice was less the result of deliberate design and pursuit than of circumstances that led him in that direction. In The Beckoning Sea, Abrahamsson, a native of Sweden, shares the short stories and vignettes from a youth spent dreaming of seeing the world. This memoir narrates his experiences when he joined the Swedish Merchant Marine and sailed all over the world on Swedish and Israeli merchant ships through the 1950s. He passed the sea captain's exam in 1953 and was licensed as a captain in 1958, reaching the rank of commander in the Swedish Naval Reserve before becoming a US citizen. Funny and sad events mesh to form a picture of seafaring as it once was--of a lifestyle that no longer exists. The Beckoning Sea offers stories of friendship, loss and madness at sea, the forces of nature, and life in the rough ports of the Baltic coal trade immediately after World War II. A tale of a boy's journey to adulthood, The Beckoning Sea also contains a collection of memories and often comical stories from Abrahamsson's own second chapter--his life after leaving the sea and planting his feet on firm ground.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Light On The Veranda

Author : Ciji Ware
ISBN : 9781402275890
Genre : Fiction
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PRAISE FOR A COTTAGE BY THE SEA: "An intriguing, enticing, complex, and romantic novel that will keep readers up long into the night." —Rundpinne A secret may hold for a hundred years... and then it's time for the past to take revenge Daphne Duvallon vowed never to return to the South years ago when she left her philandering fiance at the altar. Now family has called her back to Natchez, Mississippi, a city as mysterious and compelling as the ghostly voices that haunt her dreams. From a time when the oldest settlement on the Mississippi was in its heyday and vast fortunes were made and lost, Daphne begins to uncover the secrets of an ancestor whose fate is somehow linked with her own. In a compelling and mesmerizing tale, now Daphne must right the wrongs of the past, or follow the same path into tragedy... WHAT READERS ARE SAYING: "A richly rewarding read brimming with local color, humor, sexual tension, environmental issues, and even a fun glimpse into the world of jazz bands." "Ware's weaving of a contemporary story along with history of a hundred years past, and the accuracy and detail she brings into the story are fascinating."
Category: Fiction