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Sweeping Out The Attic

Author : Jerry L. Harris
ISBN : 1938271416
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A class reunion, the halcyon days of misspent youth, and the pitfalls of aging are but a few of the adventures JERRY L. HARRIS recounts in SWEEPING OUT THE ATTIC. Need a break? Want to laugh? You don't need a magic wand or a fat bank account. Just take a look inside your own head. You might stir up some magic while SWEEPING OUT THE ATTIC.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Steadfast

Author : Wilyem Clark
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Novel: The life of a shy accountant is disrupted when he becomes an unwitting hero, rescuing ordinary people in extraordinary ways.
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Swept Away

Author : Paul Andrews
ISBN : 9781310622977
Genre : Fiction
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A Young Adult, Historical Thriller set Against the 1889 Johnstown Flood! A Forbidden Love, a Neglected Dam, a Doomed Valley Its 1889 and Johnstown Pennsylvania is booming - riding the wave of the Industrial Revolution. But for 18 year old Samuel Wulff, it's a grimy steel town with no escape from the mills. His one beacon is Abigail Walker, the pretty socialite he meets to steal kisses - and more. Theirs is a clandestine courtship though, as both their families vehemently disapprove. But a threat far worse than their secret lurks in the bustling valley - an aging dam just 14 miles upriver. Behind it lurks the swollen waters of Lake Conemaugh. The South Fork Fishing & Hunting Club own it all, but have done little to repair the dam. When torrential rains pour down on Memorial Day, it is only a matter of time before the dam surrenders and they are all Swept Away. A fateful tale of young lovers, tragic neglect, and a town doomed to extinction SWEPT AWAY unfolds the weekend of the horrific Johnstown Flood, America’s worst tragedy before 9/11. Told from two young teenagers, an immigrant boy, and the affluent girl he secretly courts. Through their eyes, we witness the tragedy unfold, from the torrential rains of Memorial Day 1889, to the aging South Fork Dam, to the unstoppable, all-consuming wave. Samuel and Abigail live unwittingly its path. Can they escape the rushing wave?
Category: Fiction

The Forbidden Rose Spymaster 1 A Series Of Sweeping Passionate Historical Romance

Author : Joanna Bourne
ISBN : 9781472222428
Genre : Fiction
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Joanna Bourne returns to the French Revolution, pairing espionage and burning romance to create an unforgettable love story. For fans of Stephanie Laurens, Elizabeth Hoyt and Poldark, this is a must-read. The only person she can trust with her life ... is the man who trusts no one. Marguerite de Fleurignac, once a glittering French aristocrat, is on the run, disguised as Maggie Duncan, British governess. Penniless and alone, she falls into the hands of a compelling stranger with a sinister scar. But why does he risk his life to save her? William Doyle, England's premier spy, has a score to settle with the de Fleurignacs. When he rescues Maggie, he knows her to be the last, dangerous flower of a noble line. Drawn inexorably into the intrigue and madness of revolutionary Paris, they gamble on a love neither of them will admit. When the dance of deception and desire is over, will they betray the one another? For more spellbinding Spymasters romance, look for the other titles by Joanna Bourne: The Spymaster's Lady, My Lord and Spymaster, The Black Hawk and Rogue Spy.
Category: Fiction

Sweeping Out The Dark

Author : Edwin Morgan
ISBN : STANFORD:36105016234994
Genre : English poetry
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With Sweeping out the Dark Carcanet celebrates 21 years of publishing Edwin Morgan's poems, prose and translations. Morgan's work, with its Scottish and European perspectives, is at once sophisticated and popular. He brings the lessons of Continental and Anglo-American Modernism together in a unique aesthetic; his work and example - as poet, essayist, translator - have proven serviceable for writers in Scotland and throughout the English-speaking world.
Category: English poetry

The Cry That No One Heard

Author : Andrea Lynn
ISBN : 9781465360274
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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As the years went by I didnt think about how much yell was putting me down until we had moved to Louisiana and then back to Oregon. You call yourself a mother and in your heart you could never do wrong. What kind of a mother would do that to her own daughter? You all would always tell me that I did not belong with you guys well you know youre right I dont belong to none of you. So you know all of you guys were wrong in what you have done. One day I will find my children.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Swept Away Trouble In Texas Book 1

Author : Mary Connealy
ISBN : 9781441261106
Genre : Fiction
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Laughter, Romance, and Action Abound in This New Series from Mary Connealy Swept away when her wagon train attempts a difficult river crossing, Ruthy MacNeil isn't all that upset at being separated from the family who raised her. All they've ever done is work her to the bone. She prayed for a chance to get away, and then came the raging flood. Alive but disoriented, she's rescued by Luke Stone...so unfortunately, there are more chances to die in her immediate future. Luke is heading home to reclaim the ranch stolen from his family. But the men who killed his father are working hard to ensure Luke doesn't make it alive. He has no choice but to keep moving. Still, he can't just abandon Ruthy, so she'll have to come along. His friends--a ragtag group of former Civil War soldiers--take a fast interest in the pretty gal. Luke thinks that's rather rude--he's the one who found her. And the more time he spends around the hard-working young woman who is a mighty good cook, the more he finds himself thinking beyond revenge and toward a different future. For the first time in a long time, Luke is tempted to turn from his destructive path and be swept away by love.
Category: Fiction

The Invention Of Wings

Author : Sue Monk Kidd
ISBN : 9780698175242
Genre : Fiction
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The newest Oprah’s Book Club 2.0 selection: this special eBook edition of The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd features exclusive content, including Oprah’s personal notes highlighted within the text, and a reading group guide. Writing at the height of her narrative and imaginative gifts, Sue Monk Kidd presents a masterpiece of hope, daring, the quest for freedom, and the desire to have a voice in the world. Hetty “Handful” Grimke, an urban slave in early nineteenth century Charleston, yearns for life beyond the suffocating walls that enclose her within the wealthy Grimke household. The Grimke’s daughter, Sarah, has known from an early age she is meant to do something large in the world, but she is hemmed in by the limits imposed on women. Kidd’s sweeping novel is set in motion on Sarah’s eleventh birthday, when she is given ownership of ten year old Handful, who is to be her handmaid. We follow their remarkable journeys over the next thirty five years, as both strive for a life of their own, dramatically shaping each other’s destinies and forming a complex relationship marked by guilt, defiance, estrangement and the uneasy ways of love. As the stories build to a riveting climax, Handful will endure loss and sorrow, finding courage and a sense of self in the process. Sarah will experience crushed hopes, betrayal, unrequited love, and ostracism before leaving Charleston to find her place alongside her fearless younger sister, Angelina, as one of the early pioneers in the abolition and women’s rights movements. Inspired by the historical figure of Sarah Grimke, Kidd goes beyond the record to flesh out the rich interior lives of all of her characters, both real and invented, including Handful’s cunning mother, Charlotte, who courts danger in her search for something better. This exquisitely written novel is a triumph of storytelling that looks with unswerving eyes at a devastating wound in American history, through women whose struggles for liberation, empowerment, and expression will leave no reader unmoved. Please note there is another digital edition available without Oprah’s notes. Go to Oprah.com/bookclub for more OBC 2.0 content
Category: Fiction

Heroes From The Attic

Author : Herman I. Neuman
ISBN : 9781469777245
Genre : Family & Relationships
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An inspirational, eye-popping true story about conquering incredible adversities. The drama, suspense and offbeat humor will keep you turning pages. The author and his brother were born in Nazi Germany at the beginning of World War II. He recounts their childhood of danger, starvation, homelessness and ill-matched parents. Eventually, their mother sent them to relatives in America who immediately enslaved them on separate farms. At the age of twenty, Herman still lived in deep, isolated poverty. The boys eventually escaped and with courage, tenacity, self-discipline and backbreaking work, they put themselves through college and became Americans. Herman and his wife have traveled the world and some of their adventures are included. Please visit the author's Web pages at www.herobooks.com.
Category: Family & Relationships

Windswept

Author : Kate Hancock
ISBN : 9781611392906
Genre : Fiction
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When the gleaming World Trade Center towers come tumbling down on September 11th, so do the seemingly perfect lives of ten year old twins, Samantha and Andrew Bennett, and their mother, Rachel. Can they build a new life without their father, Ben? Can they honor his last wish? After many difficult decisions, the answer seems to be “yes.” Then, when a stranger appears on the scene, reviving sorrows and revealing hidden emotions, their fragile new life is threatened. Set on the beautiful island of Martha’s Vineyard, Windswept is a story of loss and healing. It is a story about the strength of family. Above all, it is a story about the power of love, friendship and knowledge to effect change. And then, of course, there’s that pirate business! Includes Readers Guide.
Category: Fiction

Ballou S Monthly Magazine

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ISBN : UOM:39015068391898
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

Behind The Hedge 2nd Edition

Author : Stanley Cumming
ISBN : 9781453517901
Genre : Fiction
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BEHIND THE HEDGE A Corruption o Time, Talent & Treasure Tom Whitman, behind the wheel on Route 66 heading east with Allison at his side and their cat Caesar curled up on the backseat, would soon find himself immersed in a maelstrom of unimagined dimension. Newly appointed headmaster of Florence Bruce Seminary, Tom was heading toward an unexpected clash of styles and of cultural expectations. His ingrained instincts for sound management were about to challenge the charismatic but lackadaisical leadership style let behind by the former headmaster. In some respects, the differences would be as great as the clash between Indian and white had been three hundred and fifty years earlier. Violence perpetrated on the school and the community by both bystander and combatant would be traumatic. Rules, laws, agreements, accepted tenets of human behavior, simple decency, contractswritten and unwrittenamong people of accepted good standing and integrity would be thrown away with abandon or gleefully ignored. In their place, frontier justiceany means to achieve the endswould be sufficient justification or actions of intense cruelty. The most basic assumptions regarding safety, fair play, due process and continuity would be destroyed; and those who believed that the operating assumptions at Florence Bruce Seminary were based on decency, dignity and respect would be horrified at the level to which these values were betrayed.
Category: Fiction

Victoria Hammersmith

Author : Brian Louis Pearce
ISBN : STANFORD:36105110468811
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Diplomatic Baggage

Author : Brigid Keenan
ISBN : 9781848546103
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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When Sunday Times fashion journalist Brigid Keenan married the love of her life in the late Sixties, little idea did she have of the rollercoaster journey they would make around the world together - with most things going horribly awry while being obliged to keep the straightest face and put their best feet forward. For he was a diplomat - and Brigid found herself the smiling face of the European Union in locales ranging from Kazakhstan to Trinidad. Finding herself miserable for the first time in a career into which many would have long ago thrown the towel, she found herself asking (during a farewell party for the Papal Nuncio): was it worth it? As this stream of it-really-happened-to-me stories shows, it most certainly was - if only for our vicarious bewilderment at how exactly you throw a buffet dinner during a public mourning period in Syria, remain viable as a fashion journalist when taste-wise you are three seasons out of it and geographically a world away, make people believe that there are actually terrible things going on in paradise, be a good mother and save some of the finest architecture in Damascus and Brussels from demolition - seemingly all simultaneously.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

No More Mr Nice Guy

Author : Drac Von Stoller
ISBN : 9781301788330
Genre : Fiction
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No More Mr. Nice Guy has been adapted into a short film from Drac Von Stoller's 31 Horrifying Tales From The Dead Series available on Amazon Video.. Henry Bates had a very reclusive life, until one day the constant nagging from his wife made him snap, and things started dying. All Henry wanted was to enjoy his retirement like any normal hard working man, but his wife had other plans and retirement wasn't one of those. One day when Henry was relaxing by the fire, his wife Marjorie came up to him and said "Henry, I thought I told you to take out the trash, sweep the floor and clean out the attic. This isn't a hotel and just because you have retired I'm not going to watch you lay around while things need to be done." Marjorie went on and on for hours as Henry would get up from his recliner and do as she commanded, but as Henry tried to please his wife, the nagging still persisted. Henry said "That's it!" "That's what?" asked Marjorie. Henry shouted, "You'll see!” "Henry, get back here this instant," yelled Marjorie. Henry went into the garage and grabbed a shovel. As Marjorie was pointing her finger and calling him names, Henry swung the shovel, hitting her upside the head and Marjorie hit the floor. Henry knew if she got up off the floor she would have him arrested for assault and battery and attempted murder, so Henry said to himself, "What am I going to do?" as he was pacing back and forth in the kitchen. Henry decided to finish her off. So Henry gave Marjorie another hard whack upside the head. Then he knelt down to feel her pulse, but there was none. Henry said "I'm glad I finally stood up to that battle ax and put her in her place." Henry picked up his dead wife’s body and placed her in a chair in the attic and locked the door behind him. Henry was whistling as he was walking down the stairs back to his recliner to take a nap, as the warm fire calmed his nerves. As the night wore on Henry started hallucinating about his wife coming down from the attic and doing him in. Henry's blurry eyes opened and visions of his wife with a shovel in her hands coming at him ready to do him in. Henry immediately broke out in a cold sweat and jumped out of the recliner and ran up the stairs to see if his dead wife was in the attic slumped over in the chair. Sure enough Marjorie's dead body was slumped over in the chair and Henry started laughing and said "It was just a dream." Henry kissed his wife on the forehead and told her he would come back and check on her later and bring her something to eat. Henry told Marjorie that killing her was the best thing for their marriage.
Category: Fiction

The Carpet Makers

Author : Andreas Eschbach
ISBN : 9781466850224
Genre : Fiction
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Since the time of pre-history, carpetmakers tie intricate knots to form carpets for the court of the Emperor. These carpets are made from the hairs of wives and daughters; they are so detailed and fragile that each carpetmaker finishes only one single carpet in his entire lifetime. This art descends from father to son, since the beginning of time itself. But one day the empire of the God Emperor vanishes, and strangers begin to arrive from the stars to follow the trace of the hair carpets. What these strangers discover is beyond all belief, more than anything they could have ever imagined... Brought to the attention of Tor Books by Orson Scott Card, this edition of The Carpet Makers contains a special introduction by Orson Scott Card. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
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The Attic Letters

Author : Umeko Tsuda
ISBN : UCSD:31822015510332
Genre : Japan
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Ume Tsuda, a pioneering figure in the higher education of Japanese women, was sent by the Japanese government to study in the United States when she was only six. There she was given to the care of Charles and Adeline Lanman, who became young Ume's American parents. Even after Ume's return to her homeland, the Lanmans stayed in close communication, and in 1984, several trunks of Ume's letters to Adeline were discovered in an attic at Tsuda College.
Category: Japan