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Echoes Of Fire

Author : Suzanne Wright
ISBN : 1503904881
Genre : Fiction
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They may not be made for each other, but animal instincts are impossible to ignore. Madisyn Drake is a rare breed of cat shifter...a loner, unpredictably wild, and emotionally distant. A recent betrayal has left her ready to sharpen her claws on the next man she sees...until a prowling wolf with steel-gray eyes and a brooding dark edge challenges her distrust. No matter how fully he satisfies her touch-hunger, Madisyn's not ready to open up again, even if it is oh so gratifying. Bracken Slater has earned his reputation as an indomitable predator. Once broken by grief and guilt, Brack is feeling alive again, thanks to the heady scent of this independent feline. Convincing her that they're meant for each other is going to take more than branding Madisyn's beautiful neck. She's not interested in joining an unfamiliar pack, much less answering to an alpha. But when threats from both their pasts take shape, their unexpected destiny may be the only thing that can save them.
Category: Fiction

Echoes Of Doubt

Author : Pat McDonald
ISBN : 9781946540263
Genre : Fiction
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Private Investigator Bart Bridges has had to enter the witness protection programme. His new identity is Cyrus Bartholomew, clock maker, in the small seaside town of Wainthorpe-on-sea. Two years later, Cyrus has easily settled into his new life as the clock maker, one of dull routine and habit. But his serenity is challenged when his elderly neighbour, the man who runs The Art Gallery next door, is violently murdered in his bed. This makes Cyrus wonder if the murderer mistook the art shop for his clock shop, and he begins to think that his past has caught up with him. Tick tock! Besides the old man’s murder, Cyrus has noticed some strange things happening at his own shop, things for which he doesn’t have an explanation. When he meets Jayson Vingoe, the CSI for his neighbour’s murder case, the investigator begins to realise that Cyrus isn’t quite what he seems. When another murder occurs, revealing a widespread syndicate of drugs and human trafficking, Cyrus becomes even more nervous, having escaped similar corruption in his past life. Is time running out for the clock maker? Tick tock!
Category: Fiction

Echoes Of The Silent

Author : Safi Abdi
ISBN : 9781300196167
Genre : Poetry
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Covering the many intricacies of the human heart, from the depth of sorrow to the struggle for emancipation to the exaltation of spirit. Abdi speaks for the voiceless, the oppressed in our societies, yet manages to capture the beauty and resilience of the human spirit.
Category: Poetry

Echoes From The Past

Author : Peter Rimmer
Genre : Fiction
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The Boer War. Two best friends. Divided by war. Banished by his father, Sebastian Brigandshaw arrives at the Cape of Good Hope and upon arrival is welcomed by a Boer hunter, Tinus Oosthuizen. The pair forms an unlikely friendship, spending many days in the vast wilderness, carving out a future from a savage land. But their days of peace are numbered. War is looming. What was so peaceful now becomes volatile and unsettled. Both of them now find themselves fighting on different sides. Would you kill your best friend for queen and country? Read this unforgettable, historical series that begins with the Boer War and how their families were dragged through some of Africa’s most aggressive and remarkable days... Ready for the journey? Then buckle up. For fans of Wilbur Smith’s Courtney Series, Ken Follett’s Kingsbridge novels, Jeffrey Archer’s Clifton Chronicles and books from Tony Park, comes an electrifying series with a family you won’t want to forget. Thousands of copies sold WORLDWIDE. Discover what all the fuss is about. “Very balanced view on the Boer War. I could feel real emotions.” “As my grandkids would say, it got betterer and betterer. Worth all five stars.” “One of the most amazing reads I have had for a long time, it takes one back to the day, you can smell the African bush.” “What a wonderful book! Full of history and philosophy. A book that I will read again after a while.” “Superb! All Rimmer’s books are such great reading!” “Excellent African history. Wilbur Smith fans will be pleased.” NEW EDITION - MARCH 2019 Go on, scroll up and get your copy today.
Category: Fiction

A Nocturne Of Echoes

Author : Cayden Carrico
ISBN : 9781491744949
Genre : Fiction
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Millionaire Eugene Motter built the lavish estate of North Haven away from the rest of the world for his family to escape the Great Depression and wallow in their own wealthy seclusion. Disconnected from everything else, members of the family come to realize that they’ve locked themselves into a changeless world of their own that graces them with luxury as well as inadvertently catalyzes all of its decadence. The individual choices of each family members affects themselves and each other in the narrowed confines of North Haven as the repercussions of their choices endure throughout their lives and ultimately leads to the demise of the home.
Category: Fiction

Echoes Of A Voice

Author : James W. Sire
ISBN : 9780718842758
Genre : Religion
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This book deals with profound experiences –emotional, intellectual, highly charged, usually sudden, unannounced, often odd, some weird, others glorious. Do these experiences mean anything? Are we puzzling over questions we can’t answer no matter how long we try? Is that puzzling itself meaningful? If so, is that meaning significant? Are these experiences actually signals that there is something more than to human life–our human life, my life–perhaps something transcendent? The book ends with a discussion of the need for an apologetic that includes a wide range of biblical revelation—not just religious experience, but historical and scientific evidence and rational arguments involving both a positive case and a negative refutation of objections.
Category: Religion

Echoes Down The Centuries

Author : Mary Wiley Whetzel
ISBN : 9780595460304
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This book is a real Wild West story, told in "their way" by the people who lived in the Patagonia-Sonoita region of southeastern Arizona. Life here was hard, and the stories of how people lived and followed their instincts to survive may touch your heart, make you laugh or cry, or maybe both. Their bravery, hardships and desire for a new future developed southern Arizona. There are stories of Indians, priests, miners, ranchers, good men and bad, life and death, and much more. The author used information from various reputable publications for background but concentrated primarily on stories told by people who lived them or whose ancestors did. She tape-recorded the recollections of hundreds of local residents and also included information from newspapers, family records, diaries, memoirs, and even cemeteries. From the many people interviewed comes a clear picture of a country hard won, much loved, well remembered and treasured.
Category: Family & Relationships

Brodsky Translating Brodsky Poetry In Self Translation

Author : Alexandra Berlina
ISBN : 9781623566968
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Winner of the Anna Balakian Prize 2016 Is poetry lost in translation, or is it perhaps the other way around? Is it found? Gained? Won? What happens when a poet decides to give his favorite Russian poems a new life in English? Are the new texts shadows, twins or doppelgangers of their originals-or are they something completely different? Does the poet resurrect himself from the death of the author by reinterpreting his own work in another language, or does he turn into a monster: a bilingual, bicultural centaur? Alexandra Berlina, herself a poetry translator and a 2012 Barnstone Translation Prize laureate, addresses these questions in this new study of Joseph Brodsky, whose Nobel-prize-winning work has never yet been discussed from this perspective.
Category: Literary Criticism