Rapture Of Canaan

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Author: Sheri Reynolds
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1440673780
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Rapture Of Canaan by Sheri Reynolds


Original Title: Rapture Of Canaan

At the Church of Fire and Brimstone and Gods Almighty Baptizing Wind, Grandpa Herman makes the rules for everyone, and everyone obeys, or else. Try as she might, Ninah hasn't succeeded in resisting temptation her prayer partner, James and finds herself pregnant. She fears the wrath of Grandpa Herman, the congregation and of God Himself. But the events that follow show Ninah that Gods ways are more mysterious than even Grandpa Herman understands.

Surrendered Child

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Author: Karen Salyer McElmurray
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 082034284X
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Surrendered Child by Karen Salyer McElmurray


Original Title: Surrendered Child

Surrendered Child is Karen Salyer McElmurray's raw, poignant account of her journey from her teen years, when she put her newborn child up for adoption, to adulthood and a desperate search for the son she never knew. In a patchwork narrative interwoven with dark memories from her childhood, McElmurray deftly treads where few dare--into a gritty, honest exploration of the loss a birth mother experiences. The year was 1973, a time of social upheaval, even in small-town Kentucky, where McElmurray grew up. More than a story of time and place, however, this is about a girl who, at the age of sixteen, relinquished her son at birth. Twenty-five years would pass before McElmurray began sharing this part of her past with others and actively looking for her son. McElmurray's own troubled upbringing and her quest after a now-fully-grown son are the heart of her story. With unflinching honesty, McElmurray recounts both the painful surrendering and the surprise rediscovery of her son, juxtaposed with her portrayal of her own mother, who could not provide the love she needed. The dramatic result is a story of birthright lost and found--and an exploration of the meaning of motherhood itself.

Novel Ideas

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Author: Barbara Shoup
Publisher: Alpha Books
ISBN:
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Novel Ideas by Barbara Shoup


Original Title: Novel Ideas

Provides guidelines on developing and perfecting novels, and includes interviews with A. Manette Ansay, Ha Jin, Jane Smiley, and Wally Lamb who reveal their experiences, fears, the reality behind their works, and their love for writing.

Josey Rose

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Author: Jane Wood
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ISBN: 9780684837918
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Josey Rose by Jane Wood


Original Title: Josey Rose

The son of an abusive alcoholic and a missing mother, Josey Rose shakes hands with destiny when he meets a vulnerable young woman who lives in an abandoned chapel and has a deep, yet hidden, connection to his family. 15,000 first printing.

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Author: Anthony Horowitz
Publisher: Nanmeebooks
ISBN: 616041822X
Size: 76.69 MB
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by Anthony Horowitz


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นักค้างานศิลปะผู้หนึ่งมาเยือนโฮมส์และวัตสันเพื่อขอให้เขาช่วยสืบคดีที่ตนถูกชายลึกลับจาก “แก๊งหมวกแบน”โฮมส์เรียกใช้กลุ่มเด็กเร่ร่อน “กองหนุนแห่งถนนเบเกอร์” ให้ช่วยสืบคดี ทว่าเด็กหน้าใหม่คนหนึ่งในกลุ่มไปเห็นเหตุการณ์บางอย่างและถกู ฆาตกรรมอย่างทารณุ โฮมส์และวัตสันต้องช่วยกันสืบคดีอันซับซ้อนและเต็มไปด้วยเล่ห์กล จนแม้แต่โฮมส์ยังต้องตกหลุมพรางข้อหาฆาตกร!

A Gracious Plenty

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Author: Sheri Reynolds
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ISBN: 9781618580313
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A Gracious Plenty by Sheri Reynolds


Original Title: A Gracious Plenty

#1 New York Times bestselling author Sheri Reynolds delivers an emotionally moving novel of Finch Nobles, a girl severely burned as a child, who later discovers she can hear the voices of the dead. After sustaining terrible burns from a household accident as a young girl, Finch Nobles refuses the pity of her hometown. The brave and feisty loner finds comfort in visiting her father's cemetery, where she soon discovers that she can hear the voices of those buried underground. When she begins to speak to them, their answers echo around her in a remarkable chorus of regrets, explanations, and insights. A wonderfully wrought amalgam of Steinbeck, Faulkner, Spoon River Anthology, and Our Town, A Gracious Plenty is a masterful tale not soon forgotten.

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