Carol Rose GoldenEagle
Year of publication: 2019
Carol Rose GoldenEagle BONE BLACK To Terri Boldt A wonderful auntie even though she may not like to hear that, which makes me laugh out loud. Such a dear friend and soul sister. Love you so muchNamaste Bone black: a term used to describe a glazing technique in pottery. Bones are burned at a high temperature to obtain bone ash. What is left, after being fired in the kiln, is calcium and phosphorous. It is white in colour. That ash is then mixed with iron or copper during the glazing process ...
Keywords: Canadiana first nations Indigenous Missing and murdered Indigenous women
Joel Chandler Harris
Year of publication: 2000
Uncle Remus: His Songs and His Sayings By Joel Chandler Harris PREFACE AND DEDICATION TO THE NEW EDITION To Arthur Barbette Frost: DEAR FROST: I am expected to supply a preface for this new edition of my first bookto advance from behind the curtain, as it were, and make a fresh bow to the public that has dealt with Uncle Remus in so gentle and generous a fashion. For this event the lights are to be rekindled, and I am expected to respond in some formal way to an encore that marks the fifteenth ...
Keywords: African American men -- Literary collections African Americans -- Folklore -- Literary collections African Americans -- Songs and music Animals -- Folklore -- Literary collections Georgia -- Literary collections Plantation life -- Literary collections Remus Uncle (Fictitious character) -- Literary collections
Joel Chandler Harris
Year of publication: 2008
NIGHTS WITH UNCLE REMUS BY JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY MILO WINTER I MR. FOX AND MISS GOOSE It had been raining all day so that Uncle Remus found it impossible to go out. The storm had begun, the old man declared, just as the chickens were crowing for day, and it had continued almost without intermission. The dark gray clouds had blotted out the sun, and the leafless limbs of the tall oaks surrendered themselves drearily to the fantastic gusts that drove the drizzle fitfully ...
Keywords: African American men -- Fiction Animals -- Fiction Georgia -- Social life and customs -- Fiction Plantation life -- Fiction Remus Uncle (Fictitious character) -- Fiction
Year of publication: 2007
CONTENTS TITLE PAGE DEDICATION AUTHORS NOTE PROLOGUE A BABE IN THE WOODS BOOK I CHAPTER 1 A WOLF IN SHEEPS CLOTHING CHAPTER 2 THE DUCHESS OF BAY RIDGE CHAPTER 3 CANDID CAMERA CHAPTER 4 WASP HEAVEN CHAPTER 5 THE MOST POWERFUL DRUG CHAPTER 6 FREEZING REGULATORS CHAPTER 7 SWEATING THE SMALL STUFF CHAPTER 8 THE COBBLER CHAPTER 9 PLAUSIBLE DENIABILITY CHAPTER 10 THE DEPRAVED CHINAMAN BOOK II CHAPTER 11 THE LAND OF RATHOLES CHAPTER 12 DARK PREMONITIONS CHAPTER 13 MONEY LAUNDERING 101 CHAPTER 14 ...
Keywords: Biography & Autobiography Business Business & Economics Investments & Securities Personal Memoirs Stocks
Year of publication: 2011
Table of Contents Title Page Copyright Page Dedication AcknowledgementsONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE SIX SEVEN EIGHT NINE TEN ELEVEN TWELVE THIRTEEN FOURTEEN FIFTEEN SIXTEEN SEVENTEEN EIGHTEEN NINETEEN TWENTY TWENTY-ONE TWENTY-TWO TWENTY-THREE TWENTY-FOUR TWENTY-FIVE TWENTY-SIX TWENTY-SEVEN TWENTY-EIGHT TWENTY-NINE THIRTY THIRTY-ONE THIRTY-TWO THIRTY-THREE THIRTY-FOUR THIRTY-FIVE PRAISE FOR Murder Past Due Combines a kindhearted librarian hero, family secrets in a sleepy Southern town, and a gentle ...
Keywords: Cat Owners cats Crime Fiction General Librarians Mississippi Murder - Investigation Mystery & Detective Mystery Fiction Women Sleuths
Year of publication: 2018
Heather Morris THE TATTOOIST OF AUSCHWITZ To the memory of Lale Sokolov. Thank you for trusting me to tell your and Gitas story. Prologue Lale tries not to look up. He reaches out to take the piece of paper being handed to him. He must transfer the five digits onto the girl who holds it. There is already a number there but it has faded. He pushes the needle into her left arm, making a 3, trying to be gentle. Blood oozes. But the needle hasnt gone deep enough and he has to trace the number again. ...
Keywords: Auschwitz Birkenau crematorium Final Solution gas chamber Germany Holocaust Jew Mengele Nazi World War II
Lilian Jackson Braun
Year of publication: 2005
THE CAT WHO WENT BANANAS LILIAN JACKSON BRAUN, 2005 PROLOGUE Break a leg, Fran, honey Break a leg, Alden Break a leg, Derek, old boy It was opening night of the new play in Pickax City 400 miles north of everywhere, and the actors were receiving the traditional bonhomie from well-wishers. The theatre club was doing Oscar Wildes comedy of absurd upper-class manners: The Importance of Being Earnest. Fran Brodie, interior designer, was playing Gwendolen. The male lead was being done by Alden Wade, ...
Keywords: Animals Authors Biography & Autobiography Cat owners Cats Country life Detective Editors Fiction Fiction & related items Fiction - Mystery General General & Literary Fiction Jim (Fictitious cha Jim (Fictitious character) Journalists Juvenile Fiction Koko (Fictitious character) Large type books Millionaires Moose County (Imaginary place) Mystery Mystery & Detective Mystery & Detective - Cat Sleuths Mystery & Detective - General Pets Police Procedural Publishers Qwilleran Siamese cat Suspense Women Sleuths Yum Yum (Fictitious character Yum Yum (Fictitious character : Braun)
Year of publication: 2019
I Owe You One is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are the products of the authors imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental. Copyright 2019 by Madhen Media Ltd. All rights reserved. Published in the United States by The Dial Press, an imprint of Random House, a division of Penguin Random House LLC, New York. THE DIAL PRESS and the HOUSE colophon are registered trademarks of ...
Keywords: Family Life Fiction Romance Romantic Comedy Siblings Women
Laura Lee Anderson
Year of publication: 2015
Song of Summer To Eric: You deserve much more than a book. And to Westfield, NY: This ones for you. Seven Weeks of Summer Left Chapter 1 Robin I just dont see why you couldnt make it work, Violet rasps. She pours Jell-O with the precision of someone measuring liquid explosives. Her long plastic fingernails shine red, white, and blue, the commemorative paint chipping from last weeks holiday. I smile and sigh. It wasnt my call, Vi, I say. I was all for making it work. He was not. I spin the stool ...
Keywords: Adoption Family Health & Daily Living Juvenile Fiction Juvenile Nonfiction Love & Romance Music Performing Arts Physical Impairments Social Issues Special Needs
Year of publication: 2015
Matt Eaton BLANK President Clinton asked me when I went over to Justice to find the answers to two questions who killed JFK and are there UFOs. Webb Hubbell, Friends in High Places One The chilled predawn light offered just enough illumination to negotiate Canberras streets without headlights, but the progress was slow. The sheer volume of domestic flotsam that had migrated from the abandoned yards of Yarralumla made driving a hazardous prospect. If the car broke down or a tyre punctured, ...
Keywords: afterlife communications army intelligence australian aborigines bases international affairs JFK assassination outback adventure postapocalyptic thriller secret government supernatural abilities scifi
Year of publication: 2014
Total Sarcasm by Dan Ames Death by Sarcasm Mary Cooper Mystery 1 by Dan Ames Sarcasm is the last refuge of modest and chaste-souled people when the privacy of their soul is coarsely and intrusively invaded. Fyodor Dostoyevsky Sarcasm is the language of the devil. Thomas Carlyle Theres a fine line between fishing and standing on the shore looking like an idiot. Steven Wright Chapter One Instead of the local rats, a team of crime scene technicians scurried around the grimy alley, popping ...
Keywords: Mystery Mystery; Thriller & Suspense Police Procedurals Women Sleuths
Year of publication: 1999
THE EVIL GENIUS A DOMESTIC STORY By Wilkie Collins Affectionately Dedicated to Holman Hunt BEFORE THE STORY. Miss Westerfields Education 1. The Trial. THE gentlemen of the jury retired to consider their verdict. Their foreman was a person doubly distinguished among his colleagues. He had the clearest head, and the readiest tongue. For once the right man was in the right place. Of the eleven jurymen, four showed their characters on the surface. They were: The hungry juryman, who wanted his ...
Keywords: Divorce -- Fiction England -- Social life and customs -- 19th century -- Fiction Ship captains -- Fiction Women -- Social conditions -- Fiction
Year of publication: 2002
POOR MISS FINCH by Wilkie Collins TO MRS. ELLIOT, OF THE DEANERY, BRISTOL. WILL YOU honor me by accepting the Dedication of this book, in remembrance of an uninterrupted friendship of many years More than one charming blind girl, in fiction and in the drama, has preceded Poor Miss Finch. But, so far as I know, blindness in these cases has been always exhibited, more or less exclusively, from the ideal and the sentimental point of view. The attempt here made is to appeal to an interest of another ...
Keywords: Blind women -- Fiction Brothers -- Fiction Domestic fiction Love stories Psychological fiction Sibling rivalry -- Fiction Twins -- Fiction
Year of publication: 2015
Koos Stadler SMALL TEAM MISSIONS BEHIND ENEMY LINES Dedicated to my father, Koos, who kindled the spirit of adventure in me, and my dearest wife, Karien, who had no option but to scale every cliff with me. About the layout The layout in this digital edition of Recce may differ from that of the printed version, depending on the settings on your reader. The layout displays optimally if you use the default setting on your reader. Readers can experiment with the settings to have the text displayed ...
Keywords: 51 Reconnaissance Commando Angola Bushmen elite soldiers Military History Military missions Operation Abduct Operation Angel Operation Caudad Operation Cerberus Operation Colosseum Operation Daisy Operation Killarney secret missions South African Army South African authors South African Border War Special Forces special forces training Terrorism