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Little Lost Angel

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Genre True Crime
Author ,
Isbn 1476715629
File size 1381 kb
Year 2012-09-11
Pages 320
Language English
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In this riveting true story of teenage obsession, torture, and murder, Quinlan, a staff member of the Louisville Courier-Journal—and the only journalist to interview all the parties involved—recounts the horrific events surrounding the murder of twelve-year-old Shandra Sharer by a group of teenage girls.

The Lost Angel

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Genre Fiction
Author Javier Sierra
Isbn 1451632819
File size 1877 kb
Year 2011-10-04
Pages 400
Language English
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New York Times bestselling author Javier Sierra returns with a heartpounding, apocalyptic thriller about mankind’s most ancient desire—and the modern evil some will unleash to obtain it. Every religion has a story for how our species came to mix with yours and was doomed to this planet. We are the sons of exiles. Cursed. Even man condemned us, blaming us for all the evils of the world. On the one hand you worshiped us, these beings who brought knowledge from the heavens. But you also feared us for what we might want in return. . . .” In approximately seventy-two hours, a little-known Middle Eastern terrorist group plans to bring about the end of the world. Convinced that they are the descendants of angels, they believe they are on the verge of at last being returned to heaven. Central to their plan is the kidnapping of Martin Faber, an undercover American scientist whose research has led him to an extraordinary secret. Martin’s only hope for survival is his young wife, Julia Alvarez—a woman born with a rare psychic gift. But she must find the courage to save her husband, all while running from religious extremists and clandestine government agencies. Sierra takes readers on an adventure across the world, from the summit of Mount Ararat to the high desert of New Mexico, from the monuments of Washington, DC, to the medieval city of Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Sierra spent years investigating scientific and historical mysteries related to mankind’s efforts to engage directly with the Almighty. The Lost Angel bears all the hallmarks of Sierra’s erudite yet fast-paced brand of storytelling, combining historical fact and fiction with dazzling narrative feats.

Lost Angel

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Genre Fiction
Author Lorenzo Carcaterra
Isbn 0316361291
File size 861 kb
Year 2016-06-07
Pages 48
Language English
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In a city where a girl can go missing for years, a retired New York cop investigates a gruesome crime. Tank is a retired New York City cop coping with two teenaged problems: one is his recently-orphaned nephew, and the other is a girl whose decomposed body was found in a cooler off the Henry Hudson Parkway. Determined to bring the girl's killer to justice, Tank hits the streets of upper Manhattan, chasing leads and searching for clues about her tragically short life. "Lost Angel" by Lorenzo Carcaterra is one of 20 short stories within Mulholland Books's Strand Originals series, featuring thrilling stories by the biggest names in mystery from the Strand Magazine archives. View the full series list at mulhollandbooks.com and listen to them all!

No Longer Lost

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Genre Fiction
Author Angel Payne,Victoria Blue
Isbn 1642631310
File size 691 kb
Year 2019-05-07
Pages 304
Language English
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"A strong installment to a delightfully steamy series." ~Library Journal Lost… Lovesick has never been in my vocabulary, but now that Maclain Stone has entered my world, I’m practically dying of heartache. And there’s nobody to blame but myself. But his brushoff has made me never want to see his sexy, smug face again. When a stalker forces me from my home and lands me on Mac’s front door—and into the warmth of his bed—I can’t avoid the truth any longer. I’m in love with him. I need him. I’m lost without him… Found… What the hell was I thinking, falling in love with a stubborn spitfire like Taylor Mathews? For the first time in my life, a woman is driving me insane with need. If I can win her back, I vow to never let her out of my sight again. Though it takes the threat of a maniac to drive her into my arms, I’m not letting opportunity pass me by, and everyone needs to learn this woman is mine—especially the woman herself. Without each other, we’re nothing. But together… We’re no longer lost.

The Monctons: A Novel (Complete)

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Genre ,
Author Susanna Moodie
Isbn 1465549110
File size 1488 kb
Year 1856
Pages 293
Language English
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Lost Angel

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Genre Fiction
Author Mandasue Heller
Isbn 1444712950
File size 1278 kb
Year 2012-04-12
Pages 432
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'One of the bad girls of gritty crime' Daily Mirror It's a world where crime is almost respectable - until passion ignites a disaster. Things start going wrong the day Johnny Conroy meets Ruth Hynes. He just wants to show his mates that he can pull hard-man Frankie Hynes' daughter, but before he knows it he is part of the Hynes family. And the Hynes family business, which is stealing cars. And there is no way he is ever going to get out of the marriage or the business alive . . . The only good thing in their hellhole of a marriage is his daughter Angel, as nice as her name is and as innocent. And the only thing keeping Johnny sane is his secret life. But then Angel grows up and meets Johnny's new employee Ryan. He loves Angel - but the family secrets involve him, too. And they are about to explode. 'A cracking read that will chill you to the bone' Sun on Two-Faced 'Mandasue has played a real blinder with this fantastic novel' Martina Cole on Forget-Me-Not

Mysteries of Lost Angel Inn

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Genre Fiction
Author Evelyn Rogers,Kathleen O'Brien,Debra Webb
Isbn 1460303148
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Year 2012-09-17
Pages 384
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Every twenty years—according to legend—someone will die violently at the Lost Angel Inn. Two decades have passed since the last death, and three women have come to the inn. Will one of them be the next victim? When Ellie Gresham arrives at the inn for a mystery weekend, she's shaken by the veiled warnings from an elusive, darkly handsome guest. Warnings that this game of murder is about to turn deadly. Twenty years ago, the tragic death of Emily Carlyle's mother was blamed on the Lost Angel curse. Now Emily has come to the inn looking for answers. Instead she finds a disturbing attraction to a man whose father may have been her mother's lover…and murderer. For Olivia Hamilton, turning the Victorian mansion on the rugged cliffs of the Maine coast into a B and B is a dream come true—a fresh start well away from the shadows of her past. She never expected to find love again. But will the curse turn her dream into a nightmare?

An Australian Girl

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Genre Fiction
Author Catherine Martin
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Year 2020-03-16
Pages 525
Language English
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"An Australian Girl" by Catherine Martin. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

An Australian Girl

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Genre ,
Author Mrs. Alick Macleod
Isbn 1465606653
File size 402 kb
Year 2016-01-03
Pages N.A
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It was one Sunday afternoon in the middle of December and in the province of South Australia. The grass was withered almost to the roots, fast turning gray and brown. Indeed, along the barer ridges of the beautiful hills that rise in serried ranks to the east of Adelaide, the herbage was already as dry and bleached as carded flax. In the gullies, thickly timbered and lying in perpetual shade, the ground still retained the faint graying green distinctive of Australian herbage in a state of transition from spring verdure to summer drought. But soon even the shadiest recesses would bear witness to the scorching dryness of the season. For even before the middle of this first month of summer, two or three of those phenomenal days had come which furnish anecdotes for many successive months alike to the weather statist and the numerous class who cultivate community of soul by comparing experiences of those dreadful days on which 'the hall thermometer stood at 104° before noon.' This Sunday had not quite been one of the days that make the oldest residents turn over heat averages extending to the early dawn of the country's history. But, nevertheless, it was a very hot, still day, without a breath of wind stirring, and in the distance that faint shimmering bluish haze which, to the experienced eye, tells its own tale of days to come. The masses of white, silver and messmate gum-trees that clothe these same Adelaide hills so thickly, formed a grateful resting-place for the eye, wearied with the steadfast glare of sunshine. So did the vineyards that dot their declining slopes, and the gardens and orchards that are scattered broadcast to the east of the town. But even Adelaide itself is interwoven with the foliage of trees, which do so much to mitigate, both for eye and body, the severities of a semi-tropical climate. This fascinating embroidery of trees is more especially observable in glancing over North Adelaide. This extensive and important suburb, which is divided from Adelaide proper by the Torrens Lake and Park Lands, lies considerably above the city and adjacent suburbs. So large a proportion of the houses are surrounded by gardens, that from some points of view North Adelaide looks like a well-trimmed wood, thickly studded with houses. And these gardens are, as a rule, neither suburban slips, with precocious trees selected for their speedy power of growth, nor the painfully pretentious enclosures which auctioneers delight to term 'grounds.' No, they are genuine gardens—roomy, shadowy, well planted, well watered; rich in flowers and many fruit-trees, bending in due season under their fertile loads; haunted with the hum of rifling bees, fragrant with the perfume of old-world blossoms. In such a garden on this Sunday afternoon a young man and woman were slowly pacing up and down a broad central walk, thickly trellised with vines. The gadding tendrils, the wealth of wide emerald leaves, the countless oval clusters of ripening grapes—Crystal, Black Prince, and delicate Ladies' Fingers—which clothed the trellis on the sides and overhead, made a delightful picture. So did the great rose-trees hard by, garlanded after their kind with pale pink, yellow, white and blood-red roses. Parallel with this vine arcade there were loquat trees loaded with thick clusters of clear-skinned creamy fruit, and orange-trees, with dark-green globes nestling among glossy boughs, sheeted in waxen blossoms, whose penetrating odour loaded the atmosphere. But as so often happens when a young man and woman are engaged in a tête-à-tête, neither the objects round them nor any topic of wide social importance engrossed their attention.

The Runaway

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Genre Fiction
Author D. L. Edgett
Isbn 1490804234
File size 1607 kb
Year 2014-03-18
Pages 108
Language English
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There is a horrific and demonic battle going on right now to steal and deceive your immortal souls. Unsuspecting Rachael, a runaway, finds herself caught up in the midst of a battle beyond anything she could have known possible. As she is trapped alone on a mountain in a serene place, things take a terrifying turn as she struggles to escape alive.

Passage Through Dust -- Pioneer Eastern Dakota

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Genre History
Author Deloris Schmitt Von Nordheim
Isbn 9781477164099
File size 994 kb
Year 2003-02-14
Pages 225
Language English
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In a mission of preserving prairie Grasslands, I present Passage Through Dust--Pioneer Eastern Dakota, a historical chronicle showing changes of prairie life. Anecdotes concern German-American pioneer days on the Plains, with Victoriana noted. My German Grandparents and Great Grandparents homesteaded in Waverly-Watertown area in 1880. Born and raised on the farm, I also interviewed Mother throughout her 92 years about ancestors, land, community and climate. Anecdotes cover blizzards, hail storms, personality sketches, future of Plains, immigrants ocean crossings, behind scenes in country community, remnants of early days, bare survival, drouth crisis, hand digging wells, other stories.

Innocence Lost

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Genre Biography & Autobiography
Author ROBERT V ANGEL-LITTLE
Isbn 1647018870
File size 1918 kb
Year 2020-11-11
Pages 470
Language English
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Innocence Lost sweeps the reader up into the adventures of a boy who, from an unknown entity, manages to become his junior high’s supreme leader, followed by a small transitional period of limited conflicts with the regime’s Secret Service and culminates with the struggles of freedom out into the streets of Bucharest Romania in late December 1989. The book describes in detail every single thing that the author has experienced during the last six years of socialism of one of the most brutal dictatorships in Eastern Europe. Every aspect of schooling, education, military training, battlegrounds, and personal private life of the author has been described in order to let the readers know what could happen or could have happened if they were to live in socialism. The book also describes Romania’s history, economics, cultural, and social life along with some of the author’s favorite vacation spots. Robert V. Angel-Little gets elected to lead the masses of pioneers (students) and works tirelessly to consolidate his position not only as a feared leader, but also as a trustworthy person within his community. After he resigns his duties as junior high leader, he enrolls into the country’s National Guard program and takes his admission tests at the high school of his choice. At both institutions, he comes into an open conflict with the elite forces of the Secret Service, who plays its part similarly to Nazi Germany’s state police, the Gestapo. As both good and unfortunate events take their courses, the author and his friends manage to survive both institutions at great costs: the disappearances of some friends and also expulsions from both institutions. The latter, along with all the other mishaps that took place in the past, has been the trigger point of revenge of both the author and his friends which culminates with their actions during the late December 1989 Romanian Revolution. Innocence Lost is a boy’s testament to the world and is dedicated to all those who have lived and died fighting for freedoms from the clutches of socialist and communist oppression.

Angel's Fire

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Genre Fiction
Author Terry Fain
Isbn 9781469759883
File size 1809 kb
Year 2000-09-12
Pages 256
Language English
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Jake Rivers, a former fireman who has been traumatized by fire, now works as a private eye, along with his shepherd/Doberman partner, Dancer. Jake is hired to locate a missing boy and does not realize until too late that the boy he's seeking is a pyromaniac. Caught in a crossfire of warring L.A. gangs, Jake must confront his worst nightmare--or go down in flames.

Mom's Little Angel

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Genre Religion
Author Gregory E. Lang
Isbn 0061974854
File size 1269 kb
Year 2009-10-06
Pages 192
Language English
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A Chance to Say Thank You The bond between a mother and a daughter is a constant in an ever-changing world. Though the relationship evolves with each passing year—from caretaker to role model, teacher to best friend—the connection remains an irreplaceable part of our lives. In tribute to this special relationship, bestselling author Gregory Lang shares real-life stories of mothers and daughters that celebrate why a daughter needs a mom. With inspirational quotes throughout and photos of real moms with their daughters, Mom's Little Angel is the perfect way for both moms and daughters to say thank you to the special person in their life. Empowering mothers to embrace the role they play in a daughter's life and reminding daughters of the never-ending support they receive from their mothers, this timeless keepsake will be treasured forever. A perfect gift for: Her wedding day Mother's Day Birthdays Graduation The day she learns she's expecting a daughter of her own

Little Novels

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Genre Fiction
Author Wilkie Collins
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File size 1114 kb
Year 2019-11-25
Pages 389
Language English
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"Little Novels" by Wilkie Collins. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

The Angel of Terror

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Genre Fiction
Author Edgar Wallace
Isbn 5041706662
File size 1441 kb
Year 2019-05-08
Pages 191
Language English
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Angel Babies

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Genre Health & Fitness
Author Patricia Seaver McGivern
Isbn 9780595636105
File size 1096 kb
Year 2009-05-22
Pages 168
Language English
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For any parent, losing a child to miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant death is devastating. For Patricia McGivern and her husband, Tim, it was no different. They endured fear and physical pain from the miscarriage of their first child. Four years later, Patricia heard a child call to her. Thinking it was her young daughter awakening from her nap, she turned around. But Meghan was not there; she was sound asleep upstairs. The communication continued, and Patricia, seeking guidance from intermediaries, became convinced she was communicating with her miscarried child from beyond. Exploring this connection to her lost son, she was able to communicate with her deceased parents as well. It was a journey that changed Patricias life as she never could have imagined. With Angel Babies, Patricia explores spirit communication with miscarried and other early-loss babies, a phenomenon thats quite universal. Patricia recounts her journey to bridging with her child and how the experiences lead her to become a certified hypnotist. In the course of her research, she met many others who have also communicated with their lost children. Through their inspiring stories, Angel Babies offers awareness, hope, and comfort to anyone facing the agony of the loss of a child.

Adonais

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Genre Fiction
Author Percy Bysshe Shelley
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Year 101-01-01
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Adonais is the first writing by Shelley which has been included in the Clarendon Press Series. It is a poem of convenient length for such a purpose, being neither short nor decidedly long; and—leaving out of count some of the short poems—is the one by this author which approaches nearest to being 'popular.' It is elevated in sentiment, classical in form,—in substance, biographical in relation to Keats, and in some minor degree autobiographical for Shelley himself. On these grounds it claimed a reasonable preference over all his other poems, for the present method of treatment; although some students of Shelley, myself included, might be disposed to maintain that, in point of absolute intrinsic beauty and achievement, and of the qualities most especially characteristic of its author, it is not superior, or indeed is but barely equal, to some of his other compositions. To take, for instance, two poems not very different in length from Adonais—The Witch of Atlas is more original, and Epipsychidion more abstract in ideal.

Lost Illusions

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Genre Fiction
Author Herbert Hunt,Honoré de Balzac
Isbn 0141936029
File size 312 kb
Year 2005-01-27
Pages 720
Language English
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Handsome would-be poet Lucien Chardon is poor and naïve, but highly ambitious. Failing to make his name in his dull provincial hometown, he is taken up by a patroness, the captivating married woman Madame de Bargeton, and prepares to forge his way in the glamorous beau monde of Paris. But Lucien has entered a world far more dangerous than he realized, as Madame de Bargeton's reputation becomes compromised and the fickle, venomous denizens of the courts and salons conspire to keep him out of their ranks. Lucien eventually learns that, wherever he goes, talent counts for nothing in comparison to money, intrigue and unscrupulousness. Lost Illusions is one of the greatest novels in the rich procession of the Comédie humaine, Balzac's panoramic social and moral history of his times.

The Lost World (Book Center)

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Genre Fiction
Author Arthur Conan Doyle,Book Center
Isbn 2377932789
File size 1638 kb
Year 2017-08-04
Pages 150
Language English
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The Lost World is a novel released in 1912 by Arthur Conan Doyle concerning an expedition to a plateau in South America where prehistoric animals (dinosaurs and other extinct creatures) still survive. The character of Professor Challenger was introduced in this book. Interestingly, for a seminal work of dinosaur-related fiction, the animals only occupy a small portion of the narrative. Much more time is devoted to a war between early human hominids and a vicious tribe of ape-like creatures.