Summer Sunsets

Summer Sunsets Author Maria Rachel Hooley
ISBN-10
Release 2015-01-01
Pages 232
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In October Breezes, Devin Abbott almost lost the one person who mattered most—Skye Williams. Following a rape and an abortion she'd never counted on, she'd believed suicide the only answer, yet Devin saved her, leaving them both struggling to make sense of a future that included Skye and Devin separating for college. Sometimes, however, the past refuses to leave. After college, the two return home to face fears time has only deepened. For Devin, that fear comes in the form of living without Skye, the one woman he’s always loved. Skye yet feels the tremors of her abortion—tremors which have convinced her she’s unlovable. Time and again, she rejects him, leaving them both hurt, but inasmuch as Skye cannot see beyond her choice and Devin cannot shake his fear, neither anticipates how the past will shape them and how much power love yet has.



Sunsets Twilights and Evening Skies

Sunsets  Twilights  and Evening Skies Author Aden Meinel
ISBN-10 0521406471
Release 1991-01-25
Pages 173
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Sunsets Twilights and Evening Skies has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Sunsets Twilights and Evening Skies also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Sunsets Twilights and Evening Skies book for free.



Color Play

Color Play Author Joen Wolfrom
ISBN-10 9781571201058
Release 2000
Pages 144
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Features 24 colors, their characteristics, and combinations that look fabulous in quilts.



Life on the Mississippi

Life on the Mississippi Author Mark Twain
ISBN-10 0486414264
Release 2000
Pages 295
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The popular 19th-century humorist offers lively recollections ranging from his salad days as a novice steamboat pilot on one of the world's greatest rivers to views from the passenger deck in the twilight of the river culture's heyday. Engrossing and entertaining anecdotes by a peerless storyteller from a now-finished chapter of American history.



Sea Escape

Sea Escape Author Lynne Griffin
ISBN-10 1439180628
Release 2010-07-06
Pages 304
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Acclaimed novelist and nationally recognized family expert Lynne Griffin returns with Sea Escape—an emotional, beautifully imagined story inspired by the author’s family letters about the ties that bind mothers and daughters. Laura Martinez is wedged in the middle place, grappling with her busy life as a nurse, wife, and devoted mom to her two young children when her estranged mother, Helen, suffers a devastating stroke. In a desperate attempt to lure her mother into choosing life, Laura goes to Sea Escape, the pristine beach home that Helen took refuge in after the death of her beloved husband, Joseph. There, Laura hunts for the legendary love letters her father wrote to her mother when he served as a reporter for the Associated Press during wartime Vietnam. Believing the beauty and sway of her father’s words will have the power to heal, Laura reads the letters bedside to her mother, a woman who once spoke the language of fabric—of Peony Sky in Jade and Paradise Garden Sage—but who can’t or won’t speak to her now. As Laura delves deeper into her tangled family history, she becomes increasingly determined to save her mother. As each letter reveals a patchwork detail of her parents’ marriage, she discovers a common thread: a secret that mother and daughter unknowingly share. Weaving back and forth from Laura’s story to her mother’s, beginning in the idyllic 1950s with Helen’s love affair with Joseph through the tumultuous Vietnam War period on to the present, Sea Escape takes a gratifying look at what women face in their everyday lives—the balancing act of raising capable and happy children and being accomplished and steadfast wives while still being gracious and good daughters. It is a story that opens the door to family secrets so gripping, you won’t be able to put this book down until each is revealed.



Sex and Sunsets

Sex and Sunsets Author Tim Sandlin
ISBN-10 9781402263705
Release 2011-05-01
Pages 288
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Soon to be a major motion picture called "The Right Kind of Wrong," starring Ryan Kwanten from True Blood! "Kelly Palamino's engagingly idiosyncratic voice falls somewhere between On the Road and Bright Lights, Big City. He's the Lone Ranger in love, riding out the rough patches on a Thorazine habit." -People At twenty-nine, Kelly Palamino's a little off-kilter but settled into his career of professional dishwasher. His big, blond, ex-hippie wife has left him for good. So it's with no particular purpose that Kelly positions himself on his porch across the street from an Episcopal church in Jackson, Wyoming, to witness a singular sight: a dark-haired bride in full regalia punting a football over the rectory before turning resolutely to walk down the aisle. It's love at first sight for Kelly, and he'll do absolutely anything and everything to get his girl... "Kelly is full-tilt Gonzo crazy. But crazy people can make good protagonists, particularly when they narrate in their own uniquely whacked-out voice." -Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Tim Sandlin's first novel is impressive...[He] may be compared to Tom Robbins...but Sandlin appears to be more subtle...a fun read." -San Diego Union-Tribune "An anarchic novel that is by turns wryly observant and outrageously slapstick...a novel that shows wit and strength and a sweet sensibility toward the loser in everyone." -Kansas City Star "A potent cocktail mixture of Jack Kerouac, Tom Robbins, and David Lynch topped off with a western twist." -Denver Post



A Thousand Sunsets

A Thousand Sunsets Author Jannie Lund
ISBN-10 9781612359465
Release 2014-07-17
Pages 166
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Struggling to be a dad and a son, Alexander didn't know he was lost. Living her dream, Sarah didn't know she needed to be found. Enter cupid in the form of a dying man, who hasn't had much contact with his children and grandchildren in the years after his wife's death. In the meantime, however, a new family has formed around him. Patrick McCullough's staring contest with death and wish to unite the family of his blood and the one of his heart kindles love meant to last, causes tempers to flare, and creates second chances that are given, taken, and thrown away. In the middle of the chaos, a young boy struggles to stay afloat.



The Evolution of Pollution

The Evolution of Pollution Author Frank Mancuso
ISBN-10 9783863730543
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History and cause of ocean pollution



Beauties and Antiquities of Ireland

Beauties and Antiquities of Ireland Author Thomas O'Neill Russell
ISBN-10 9781465526915
Release 1897
Pages 399
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Beauties and Antiquities of Ireland has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Beauties and Antiquities of Ireland also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Beauties and Antiquities of Ireland book for free.



The Meteorological Magazine

The Meteorological Magazine Author
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822009620089
Release 1966
Pages
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The Meteorological Magazine has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Meteorological Magazine also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Meteorological Magazine book for free.



Hood Canal

Hood Canal Author Mike Fredson
ISBN-10 9781439618349
Release 2007-07-18
Pages 128
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Fjord-like Hood Canal channels beneath the snowcapped Olympic National Park, creating a summer paradise of warm days and inspiring scenery as well as a haven for marine life and watercraft. For eons, Twana Indians crisscrossed in canoes that sliced through water like salmon. The canal’s first tourist, Captain Vancouver, sailed a launch down the scenic route in 1792. For the next century, a mosquito fleet of tugboats, stern-wheelers, fishing boats, and barges ferried the men who came for logging or land. By 1889, lumberman and legislator John McReavy promoted Union City as “Venice of the Pacific.” In the 20th century, canal use shifted from logging to recreation as wealthy Easterners, San Francisco expatriates, and artists founded hunting lodges, fishing resorts, and even an artist colony. The Navy Yard Highway introduced automobile tourism, and new resorts, including Alderbrook, soon dotted the shoreline. After World War II, families bought summer homes and ski boats. Now, in the 21st century, kayaks and personal watercraft skim across the waters, and the canal is more popular than ever.



McHenry County Illinois

McHenry County  Illinois Author Maryan Pelland
ISBN-10 9781439629970
Release 2001-06-06
Pages 128
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McHenry County, Illinois, is a picture-perfect farming community in the Heartland of Midwestern America. For nearly two centuries, a portion of the nation's food supply has come from this fertile land near the Fox River, and it has played a key role in the history of Chicago and the United States. Through the medium of historic photographs, this book captures the evolution of the people of McHenry County, from the mid-1800s to the second half of the twentieth century. These pages bring to life the people, events, communities, and industries that helped shape and transform McHenry County. With more than 200 vintage images, culled from three collections-the McHenry County Historical Society, the Crystal Lake Historical Society, the James Keefe Collection, and the personal collection of Don Peasley-McHenry County, Illinois, portrays life against a backdrop of international wars, national social struggles, and technological advances in an expanding world.



Tourists illustrated Guide to the Celebrated Summer and Winter Resorts of California

Tourists   illustrated Guide to the Celebrated Summer and Winter Resorts of California Author Benjamin Cummings Truman
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105035065361
Release 1883
Pages 256
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Tourists illustrated Guide to the Celebrated Summer and Winter Resorts of California has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Tourists illustrated Guide to the Celebrated Summer and Winter Resorts of California also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Tourists illustrated Guide to the Celebrated Summer and Winter Resorts of California book for free.



Muscatine

Muscatine Author Kristin McHugh-Johnston
ISBN-10 9781439641170
Release 2010-11-08
Pages 128
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Muscatine, situated on one of the largest east–west bends of the Mississippi River, grew from a small territorial trading post into an Iowa community rich in agricultural bounty and manufacturing ingenuity. Mussels harvested from the mighty Mississippi propelled the city to the status of the “Pearl Button Capital of the World” by the turn of the 20th century. Booming lumber yards, sash and door manufacturers, and the first H. J. Heinz canning facility built outside of Pittsburg added to the town’s growth and prosperity. An aspiring writer named Samuel Clemens, civil rights pioneer Alexander Clark Sr., the self-proclaimed cancer cure of Norman Baker, and other notables add even more texture to the town’s rich heritage. The story of Muscatine is traced through these businesses and the men and women who left a legacy of work ethic that defines the Midwest.



Aunt Phillis s Cabin Or Southern Life As It Is

Aunt Phillis s Cabin Or  Southern Life As It Is Author Mary H. (Mary Henderson) Eastman
ISBN-10 9783847206866
Release 2012-02-07
Pages 283
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This book is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS series. The creators of this series are united by passion for literature and driven by the intention of making all public domain books available in printed format again - worldwide. At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style. Several mostly non-profit literature projects provide content to tredition. To support their good work, tredition donates a portion of the proceeds from each sold copy. As a reader of a TREDITION CLASSICS book, you support our mission to save many of the amazing works of world literature from oblivion.



Life Lessons

Life Lessons Author SR Pierce
ISBN-10 9781465376824
Release 2011-12-07
Pages 133
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LIFE LESSONS, by srpierce, portrays the experiences we go through as we grow and develop at each stage of our lives. The poetry contained within heightens our senses to celebrate and mourn the changes that life throws at us. We begin to feel that we are surrounded by others who have experience the same trials and lessons that we all have experienced. All the poems were created to evoke a sense of listening to the conversation of a friend whether it be a child, teenager, adult or senior. Life Lesson connects one to the brotherhood of humanity while revisiting places of memories old and new. As you learn the lessons, enjoy the journey



Encyclopedia of Iowa

Encyclopedia of Iowa Author
ISBN-10 9780403099184
Release 1995-01-01
Pages 433
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Encyclopedia of Iowa has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Encyclopedia of Iowa also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Encyclopedia of Iowa book for free.