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Lakeside Cottage

Author : Susan Wiggs
ISBN : 9781488052149
Genre : Fiction
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Revisit the captivating tale of timeless summer pleasures by #1 New York Times bestselling author Susan Wiggs! LAKESIDE COTTAGE If you trust your heart, you’ll always know who you are.... Each summer, Kate Livingston returns to her family’s lakeside cottage, a place of simple living and happy times - a place where she now hopes her shy son can blossom. But her quiet life gets a bit more interesting with the arrival of an intriguing new neighbor, JD Harris. Although she is a confirmed single mother, Kate is soon drawn into the sweetness of a summer romance and discovers the passion of a lifetime. JD is hardly able to remember who he was before the media frenzy of becoming an overnight hero back in Washington, D.C....until he escapes to this lovely, remote part of the Northwest. Now Kate Livingston and her son have rekindled the joy of small pleasures and peace… But how long will his blissful anonymity last before reality comes banging at his door? Titles originally published in 2005.
Category: Fiction

Lakeside Cottage

Author : George Cook Marsh
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The Ocean Between Us Mills Boon M B

Author : Susan Wiggs
ISBN : 9781408956687
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In The Ocean Between Us Susan Wiggs deftly portrays the struggles and triumphs of an American family facing life's greatest challenges as they come to understand the timeless lessons of the heart.

The Lakeside Cottage

Author : Klothild De Baar
ISBN : 1653320737
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''The Lakeside Cottage'' is the story of a tender love between a grandmother and a granddaughter.

Cottage Living

Author : Ellen M. Plante
ISBN : 9781567999792
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Presents decorating tips for cottages by the sea, on the lakefront, in the open countryside, and in the woods and mountains, covering furnishings, window treatments, floors, lighting, storage ideas, and accessories, and provides more than 150 color photos, a section on "outdoor rooms," and a source directory.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

California Cottage Style

Author : Scot Zimmerman
ISBN : 9781402722271
Genre : House & Home
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Splendid full-color photographs, accompanied by practical suggestions and creative ideas, showcase the rich variety of designs that exemplify the California cottage style of decorating, presenting a host of inspirational ideas for Pioneer, Queen Anne, Spanish Colonial Revival, Craftsman, and Tudor Revival homes. Reprint.
Category: House & Home


Author : Shawn P. Killackey
ISBN : 9781439639436
Genre : Photography
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Tucked away in the northeastern part of Illinois, just north of Chicago, is the village of Mundelein. Starting out in the mid-1800s as unsettled and unincorporated areas of land, this little village continued to form and grow throughout the years with many settlers, pioneers, and entrepreneurs who wanted to bring their ideas and dreams to this area, from Samuel Insull extending the Chicago-Milwaukee railroad into the community to Card. George Mundelein creating and constructing the St. Mary of the Lake Seminary, which brought half a million people on one day to gather in this unknown village. In turn, the village was named in the cardinal's honor and since its settlement has gone from a population of 500 to over 30,000.
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Author : Mary Davis
ISBN : 9781620292297
Genre : Fiction
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The last ten years of her life have left Lorelei Hayes with no hope. In a desperate attempt to regain peace, she returns to the lakeside cottage of her youth and prays the Lord will bring healing and rest. Garth Kessel has spent the last ten years of his life in love with Lorelei. Since he stole a kiss from the redhead one summer, he has committed her into the Lord's hands. Now it appears God has brought her back - and the woman she has become far surpasses any boyhood dream he may have created. But Lorelei has a secret - one she's convinced will keep her from enjoying life - especially a life with Garth. Can this beloved lakeside retreat provide happiness again? Or have the sins of others stripped her of a future?
Category: Fiction

Invisible Chains

Author : Benjamin Perrin
ISBN : 9780143178972
Genre : Political Science
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Just outside Toronto, a 14-year-old Canadian girl was auctioned on the internet for men to purchase by the hour. A young woman was taken by slave traders from an African war zone to Edmonton to earn greater profits by exploiting her in prostitution. A gang called Wolfpack recruited teenagers in Quebec and sold them for sex to high-profile men in the community. The global problem of human trafficking is only beginning to be recognized in Canada, even though it has been hidden in plain sight. In Invisible Chains, Benjamin Perrin, an award-winning law professor and policy expert, exposes cases of human trafficking, recording in-depth interviews with people on the front lines—police officers, social workers, and the victims themselves—and bringing to light government records released under access-to-information laws.
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Our Own Kind

Author : Anne de la Vergne Weiss
ISBN : 9781462833566
Genre : Fiction
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Our Own Kind is a World War II novel without the combat, a novel about the America the soldiers left behind. Anne Weiss depicts here in families of different social and income levels the effects of the war in daily experience as well as on the greater occasions of weddings and funerals. Hers is an Our Town view of an upstate New York town called Westerveldt, where the importance of the characters behavior and conversation is historically clear to us while dimly perceptible to them. They feel helplessly caught up in events they cant control. The Osterhoudts and Van Leuvens, the old established families, as well as the Sloanes and Mancusos in trade and contract work, see their sons dying overseas, their daughters marrying out of their own class, the war affecting their customs and privileges, all sorts of changes taking place in a world they thought they knew. As the author makes clear, this uncertainty and threat to their own kind affects everyone in the novel of every class and age. In a style of subtle understatement Anne Weiss shows her two main characters, Emily Osterhoudt, home from college, and Mary D. Van Leuven, still in high school, as shrewd inside observers forcing the action while resisting social pressure if not rebelling against circumstance and upbringing. Our Own Kind is a many-sided moving account of a World War II America that prefigures something of our more recent homeland anxieties.
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