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The World Of Jennie G

Author : Elisabeth Ogilvie
ISBN : 9781608936151
Genre : Fiction
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When Jennie Gilchrist fled from the Scottish Estate of Linnmore during the fiery violence of the infamous Highland Clearances, she planned to make her way to her sisters in England, but instead she found herself sailing on the brig Paul Revere, bound for the coast of Maine--the New World. Accompanying her is Alick Gilchrist, cousin to her late husband, now a fugitive. Jennie feels obligated to help Alick escape Scotland, as she is partly to blame for his outlaw status. SInce the sponsor of the trip requires that all immigrant men aboard the Paul Revere be married, Jennie sails as Alick's "wife", the pair traveling under an assumed name, with little aside from the clothes that they wear. They arrive at the small but thriving town of Maddox on the newly settled Maine coast, unlike any place they have known before. They immediately set to building a new life for themselves--Alick building boats, and Jennie teaching the well-to-do MacKenzie children--but while Alick is fixing to live out his days on American soil, Jennie is biding her time and saving money for the passage back to England. But unforeseen events derail her plans, not the least of which is her bond with the inscrutable Alick Glenroy.
Category: Fiction

A Mug Up With Elisabeth

Author : Melissa Hayes
ISBN : 9781461744672
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Anyone who has come under the spell of Elisabeth Ogilvie's novels to bound to wonder about this writer who, for more than fifty years, has crafted one memorable book after another: historical fiction, mysteries, young adult stories, even a gothic novel. Most are set in Maine or the Scottish Highlands, and for many readers it is Ogilvie's beautifully realized settings that make them pick up her novels again and again. Equally fascinating are her characters: vivid, individual, appealingly imperfect, deeply rooted in their families and home ground. Now, at last, we have a book about this prolific yet unassuming author who would rather live quietly on her Maine island than seek the limelight. A Mug-Up with Elisabeth is the definitive resource on her life, her work, her characters, and her settings--including Criehaven, the inspiration for Bennett's Island, which is arguably one of the most evocative locales in American fiction. On Bennett's Island, many a tale is told and many a crisis resolved around the kitchen table while the islanders pause for a "mug-up" of coffee. In these pages, readers can enjoy a mug-up with Elisabeth Ogilvie herself.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Jennie Glenroy

Author : Elisabeth Ogilvie
ISBN : 9781608936113
Genre : Fiction
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Jennie and Alick Glenroy arrived in Maine with nothing, not even their names, starting anew in a different land, leaving the turmoil and violence of Scotland behind them. Almost twenty years later, the "Godless Glenroys" are a prosperous, though sometimes controversial, family. Alick is the proprietor of a successful shipyard, and Jennie has raised their five children to think for themselves, a trait that occasionally raises the ire of their staid neighbors. The Glenroys, along with the other inhabitants of Whittier, find themselves facing issues that they've long been sheltered from: slavery, malice, and violence. Jennie and Alick must defend their children against malicious accusations and guide them through the trials of adolescence, but also allow them the independence and space to grow into intelligent and principled adults. When a figure from their fugitive past sails into town, everything they have worked to build over the past twenty years is in danger of being torn asunder, but all they can do is face these new challenges with the same courage and persevering spirit that carried them over Highland mountains so many years before.
Category: Fiction

Jennie About To Be

Author : Elisabeth Ogilvie
ISBN : 9781608936137
Genre : Fiction
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In 1809, marriage was the best a spirited, healthy, and intelligent girl could hope for, especially if she was an orphan without a fortune. Jennie Hawthorne has been hustled to London by her well-meaning aunt to secure just such a marriage, though Jennie despises the prospective wife parade and yearns for her childhood home by the North Sea. All that changes when she falls for the dashing soldier Nigel Gilchrist, marrying him after a whirlwind romance. Nigel wastes no time whisking his bride to the Scottish Highlands where he will serve as manager to the family estate. In Scotland Jennie is faced with the realities of the Highland Clearances: tenant cottagers forcibly evicted from their homes by lairds to make way for sheep and grazing land. When Jennie learns that both Nigel and his brother are complicit in such clearances, she finds her heart warring with her conscience. She defies Nigel and his brother, doing what she can to help the cottagers, and helping Alick Gilchrist resist the clearances. But their efforts bring disaster: a tragic accident makes Alick a hunted fugitive, and Jennie is compelled by circumstance to throw her lot in with his as they face an arduous journey across mountains to ultimately escape the strife-ridden Highlands.
Category: Fiction

I Am Jennie

Author : Jennie Ketcham
ISBN : 9781451644760
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A memoir from the former porn star and addict Jennie Ketcham, whose stage name was Penny Flame.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

We Vermonters

Author : Michael Sherman
ISBN : UOM:39015029258665
Genre : History
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Category: History

The World S Greatest Songbook

Author : Sandy Feldstein
ISBN : 1457445840
Genre : Music
File Size : 76.64 MB
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A huge collection of the world's most-loved folk songs and melodies, in "fakebook" style (melody, lyrics and chord changes). Perfect for sing-alongs, children's centers, classroom teachers or parents.
Category: Music

The Life Of The Seventh Earl Of Shaftesbury K G

Author : Jennie Maria Bingham
ISBN : 0530869896
Genre : History
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.
Category: History

Breathing Love

Author : Jennie Lee
ISBN : 9780738755168
Genre : Self-Help
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"In this beautiful treatise, Jennie Lee gives practical ways to embody love itself; a true path to connection with our inherent divinity."—Tosha Silver, author of Outrageous Openness and Change Me Prayers Make Love Your Spiritual Practice Discover how to embody love, breathe it as your daily spiritual practice, and recognize it as the core of who you are. Love is more than an emotional wave that passes through us, and meditation is what we need to clear our inner vision and overcome the impulses and habits that take us away from pure love. This remarkable book explores what love is and what it takes to live it each day, even in a world full of turmoil. Jennie Lee shares many personal stories as she guides you into more active, conscious loving by overcoming anger and fear, building trust, learning to forgive, and dealing with loss. Using daily meditation practices—both on and off the cushion—and mindful action, Breathing Love shows you how to open your heart to your true nature as love itself. Praise: Winner of the 2018 American Book Fest Best Book Award (Self Help/Motivational Category) Finalist for the 2018 Independent Author's Network Book of the Year Award (Spirituality/Inspirational Category) Named One of the Top 10 Inspiring Books of January 2018 by Aspire Magazine "Jennie Lee's Breathing Love is extraordinarily important, because our country and our world are afflicted by a tsunami of separation directed toward "the other." This pandemic of separation and hostility now threatens our future. In elaborating on love, Lee provides a path not just for personal psychospiritual growth, but also for the survival of our species."—Larry Dossey, MD, author of One Mind "Breathing Love is brimming with inspiration for those building or expanding a practice of meditation, not just as a self-care practice, but as a means to heal our hurts and fill our hearts with calm trust and LOVE."—Agapi Stassinopoulos, author of Wake Up to the Joy of You "Brilliant, elegant, and easily practical for those just getting into meditation, and for the seasoned veteran. This is a book to cherish, filled with good stories from Jennie's remarkable life of devotion."—Stephen G. Post, author of Why Good Things Happen to Good People and president of the Institute for Research on Unlimited Love "This book will set you on the path to healing and to seeing relationships in a whole new light. Through her personal stories, Lee illustrates the way we can evolve consciousness from fear to love—an essential skill for everyone's inner peace."—Gerald G. Jampolsky, MD, co-author of Aging with Attitude
Category: Self-Help

Chambers S Encyclop Dia

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Genre : Encyclopedias and dictionaries
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Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries