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While Angels Weep

Author : Kathleen Huddle
ISBN : 1452077681
Genre : Art
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While Angels Weep, a book of prose and quotations enriched by 64 colored images of original artwork by artist Kathleen Huddle, features angels of peace. Huddle's central theme is a message of peace, highlighted by the angel's frustration in delivering the message of world peace to humankind. According to Huddle's observations, "man is remedial in learning the lesson of peace."Huddle is inspired by John Lennon, the former Beatle and peace poet, who encouraged us to "imagine all the people living life in Peace," and urged us "to give peace a chance". Also Huddle is greatly influenced by Eleanor Roosevelt who said, "It isn't enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it. And it isn't enough to believe in it. One must work for it."Huddle's sensitive handling of various media, as well as the emotional content and countenances of the angels will leave the viewer wanting to see more. Twenty years in the making, Huddle's book of rich images of angels and prose will both delight and edify the viewer.
Category: Art

Sometimes The Angels Weep

Author : Michael Hiebert
ISBN : 1927600014
Genre : Short stories, American
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Sometimes the Angels Weep is a short story collection by celebrated author Michael Hiebert. There are stories here to please everyone. They range from soft and touching, to disturbing and dissonantly poetic. Michael's work has received critical acclaim throughout the years, and now is finally the chance to sample some of his best for yourself! Included are the award-winning works My Lame Summer Journal by Brandon Harris Grade 7 and But Not Forgotten. Both stories won the Surrey International Writers' Conference Storyteller Award in consecutive years. My Lame Summer Journal went on to be listed by Joyce Carol Oates as one of the top fifty most distinguished stories published that year in The Best American Mystery Stories. Listen to what some of the critics are saying about Michael Hiebert's writing: By turns funny, touching and horrifying." - Diana Gabaldon, New York Times bestseller "Shades of Catcher in the Rye and Summer of '42 yet with more subtle drama than either one of them." - Jack Whyte, International bestseller
Category: Short stories, American

The Angels Weep And A Time To Die

Author : Wilbur Smith
ISBN : 0330440993
Genre : Adventure stories
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The Angels Weep is about the way the seeds of hatred sown in battles fought round issues of land and race will germinate and produce anew ugly sprouts of the same tragic stock. An exciting, colourful and moving novel in both its parts, it is the third of the Ballantyne sequence of four novels.
Category: Adventure stories

Angels Weep

Author : Colin Falconer
ISBN : 9781472132673
Genre : Fiction
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'Dripping with authenticity. Packed full of characters you genuinely care about . . . I didn't read the last few chapters, I devoured them. An absolute triumph' M. W. CRAVEN _____________________ Three can keep a secret. If two of you are dead... Two women are snatched off the streets of London in one weekend. DI Charlie George and his team get to work. The lives of these young women - one of them a mother - are on the line, and the clock is ticking. When they catch a lucky break from a CCTV camera, Charlie is sure they have their man. And that's when he gets his first surprise. Because nothing about this case is simple and not everyone is quite what they seem. Charlie's job is to find the missing women and get to the truth. But some people would rather the truth stays hidden - even when the bodies start to pile up... _____________________ Praise for Colin Falconer 'Once you read [a] Colin Falconer [book], you'll want to read everything he's ever written' Crystal Book Reviews 'Falconer's grasp of period and places is almost flawless ... He's my kind of writer' Peter Corris, The Australian 'You are in for a real roller-coaster ride of never ending intrigue'History and Women 'Falconer demonstrates exceptional characterization' Bookgeeks
Category: Fiction

When Angels Weep

Author : W. R. Langston
ISBN : 1462819273
Genre : True Crime
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When Angels Weep

Author : Mary Ann Mulhern
ISBN : UOM:39015073607080
Genre : Poetry
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When Angels Weep deals with one of the most damaging and controversial issues facing the Roman Catholic Church and the largest settlement for sexual abuse in Canada's history. The book tells the stories of four victims of the late Father Charles Sylvestre, who was found guilty of 47 counts of sexual abuse over a 40-year period in churches in Chatham, London, Sarnia and Windsor. He died in prison serving a three-year sentence. The book chronicles the abuse and the ways it has affected these four women into adulthood, giving them a voice as they speak out against what they experienced. Their stories are similar to those of many other victims who spoke to the author but are unable to come forward and share their experiences publicly.
Category: Poetry

Angels Weep

Author : Ian Hibburt
ISBN : 1925949990
Genre : Poetry
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Reflections on love and death
Category: Poetry

The Angels Weep

Author : Wilbur Smith
ISBN : 9780330472869
Genre : Fiction
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The Angels Weep is the third bestselling book in Wilbur Smith's Ballantyne Novels - an epic exploration into the dark past of colonial Africa. At the dawn of a new century, the pioneers of Rhodesia have staked their claims and stocked their farms in the land they have carved as their own. But in the hills, the Matabele indunas are preparing for the bloody rebellion which will scar the opponents for ever - and etch for them the same tragic legacy for generations to come . . . 'Raw experience, grim realism, history and romance welded with mystery and the bewilderment of life itself' Library Journal The dramatic story of the Ballantynes concludes in The Leopard Hunts in Darkness.
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When Angels Weep

Author : Kim Vivian
ISBN : 9798696121284
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In the winter of 1955, William Lakeland, a fireman in Eugene, Oregon, receives a package and a small box from a law office in Maine. An attached letter tells of the passing of Frederick Freedman, a former professor of his at Yale University. Freedman had bequested Lakeland the contents of the package and box. In 1938 Lakeland was a graduate student in Religion at Yale, and also worked part-time in the Religion Department. One morning he delivered to Freedman an urgent message from the Archdiocese of Hartford. The two travel to Hartford and learn from the Archbishop that the Pope has requested that Professor Freedman come to Europe to search for a document. Freedman agrees, somewhat skeptically, but due to classes, and Freedman's approaching retirement, the professor and Lakeland-very surprised to be asked to go as an assistant-don't depart until September. Unexpectedly, the next chapter goes back in time to 1168, to Paris, where a maker of stained glass named Delabarus is introduced. Delabarus, like the professor, is a troubled man, with a complicated past, who is also searching for something. From this point on the story moves back and forth between the fall of 1938 and the years 1168 to 1172.
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When Angels Weep

Author : Catherine Lampshire
ISBN : 1735212768
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Can love last when one's dreams are dashed?Family, farm, and food have always been PRECIOUS (PRE) BLEU ANGEL's passions. The eldest of five girls, all given unique angel names, Pre has always been the one to protect the others from bullies. The foremost has always been Simon Konig. Pre's sanctuary has always been their ancestral farm where she was born and raised and continues to live. As a chef and owner of Angel Fare, Pre prides herself on serving up delicious farm-to-table dishes. She's living her dream. Pre can't imagine herself anywhere else but living in the historical family home outside Albany, New York, working the farm, and serving up food for customers.Not all share her dream. Simon Konig's dream is to reclaim land once lost by his ancestor. As a land developer, he'll make Angel farm sprout modern homes not organic greens. He's already purchased half from Pre's father. He is willing to do anything to get what he wants by any method fair or foul. Afterall, it's only business.As for Pre, he loves her almost as much as he hates and envies her. He's loved her since they were kids. Gaining the land and Pre's heart are challenges Simon is willing to accept. Mindless of the warnings from Pre, Simon can have only one, never both. An ancient curse, pride, and the chance to have it all will have Simon taking risks. Once the dream is lost, what is left for a weeping Angel? Paradise.
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Why Angels Weep

Author : Vernon Turner
ISBN : 1717207049
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When angels weep, something is terribly wrong. The election of Donald Trump, a minority President, has shaken the foundations of democracies around the world. This is a man with no governing experience, a massive ego, and a bullying attitude who also possesses the nuclear codes that could destroy all life on Earth. How did we come to this place? Who allowed themselves to be conned by a New York real estate hustler such that our very Constitution is attacked by a dictatorial agenda? How did subterranean pundits suddenly have the ear of this president? Ask yourself these and any other question you like, because "Why Angels Weep: America and Donald Trump" seeks to answer them all and suggest how we might fix the causes of such a frightening and disturbing occurrence. It's time for each of us who claim to be true patriots to examine our own and others' motives that made us so susceptible to the long con game of Donald Trump. Fasten your seat belt and enjoy the ride, the lessons and the possibilities for our future in this compelling book. Vernon Turner is a retired industrial engineer and science educator who currently publishes columns for specialty outlets. Vernon has traveled to all the continents except Antarctica and learned the wonderful things the good people around the globe have to offer. He started writing a political column in Marble Falls, TX in 2009, and watched it lead to a third career and four published books; this one being the fifth. Vernon's hobbies include model replica building and following his favorite baseball and hockey teams.
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Sometimes Angels Weep

Author : C. S. Hanson
ISBN : 0759623864
Genre : Fiction
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Is a woman required to stay with her abusive husband to be a good Christian? Can a woman have her own special mission from God? Do angels really watch over us? SOMETIMES ANGELS WEEP is the story of one special soul's journey through life, and her answers to these questions. The story starts in the courts of heaven, where Eelima, one of the Elohim, is given his assignment on earth. An unseen angel goes with him through the earthly journey. His earthly identity is "Jenny," who is raised in the circus by a mother who was abandoned while pregnant, and a 'father' who is abusive. At 18, she runs away to the arms of a 'mama's boy,' from whom she soon flees again. Her parents take her infant son from her at gunpoint when she goes to New York to find work. Her second husband is abusive and unfaithful, but she stays with him after her conversion, because the church says she must. The second part of Jenny's life starts years later when she finally does leave her husband just in time to keep from being murdered. She goes into prison ministry, where she meets and falls in love with a much younger man. God uses her in the prison system and she eventually marries the young prisoner. There are many problems, such as his forced escape from Deer Lodge prison. She helps him hide out in the mountains until he can safely turn himself in again. A younger woman complicates their lives, and Jenny must work through all these troubles while still remaining true to her Lord. SOMETIMES ANGELS WEEP is a love story.
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When Angels Weep

Author : Mary H. Taylor
ISBN : 0972544216
Genre : Music teachers
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The Angels Weep

Author : Wilbur A. Smith
ISBN : 0749305525
Genre : Adventure stories
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Enough To Make Angels Weep

Author : Traie Shelhart
ISBN : 1432782851
Genre : History
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"Enough To Make Angels Weep" takes an objective, in-depth look at the Civil War service history of the Thirty-eighth Indiana Infantry, a regiment originally raised from local militia groups in counties across southern Indiana in 1861. This narrative focuses specifically upon the activities of the common "western" soldier within the Thirty-eighth's ranks, including camp life, adventures on the march, and the extreme hardships they suffered during active campaigns. Nicknamed "the double-backboned Hoosiers" in early 1862 because of their ability to endure long, arduous marches, the men of the Thirty-eighth Indiana also participated in some of the most vicious and bloody battles and campaigns of the Civil War's western theatre. From the carnage wrought upon the rolling hills north of Perryville, KY in October 1862 to General William T. Sherman's decisive onslaught through the deep South in 1864-65 during the battles for Atlanta, the March to the Sea, and the Carolinas Campaign, the fighting spirit and determination of the Thirty-eighth Indiana endured, despite the regiment leaving its honored dead in 10 states spanning 33 different skirmishes and major engagements. The resilience and fortitude of these men, most straight from the farm fields of southern Indiana, clearly resonates to the reader as this narrative follows their transition from shiny, new recruits at the outbreak of war to grizzled, hardened veterans by wars' end. Many years of genealogical research by the author culminates into a detailed soldier bio section at the end of the narrative as well, providing detailed glimpses into the pre- and post-war lives of nearly three-quarters of the regiments' 1,715 veterans.
Category: History