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Death's Dark Shadow

Death's Dark Shadow
Author : Sally Spencer
Publisher : Severn House Publishers Ltd
Release Date : 2014-03-01
Category : Fiction
Total pages :208
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"A final bombshell will leave readers shocked in this brutal, dark, gripping, and sometimes touching tale that is Spencer at her very best. A must-read" - Booklist Starred Review A nameless victim. An unknown killer. An impossible case for Monika Paniatowski. Before she can even begin to track down the killer of the old woman dumped by the lonely canal, Monika Paniatowski needs to find out who she is - and no one seems to know. Even when her daughter Louisa provides the vital clue, it only makes life more difficult, because the Chief Constable - intent on making Paniatowski's life difficult - refused to let her follow the obvious trail. And it is not until there is a second, even more brutal, murder, that Paniatowski realises she will have to call on the help of her old mentor, ex-DCI Charlie Woodend.

Bright Skies and Dark Shadows

Bright Skies and Dark Shadows
Author : Henry Martyn Field
Publisher : New York : C. Scribner & Sons
Release Date : 1890
Category : Etats du Sud (Etats-Unis)
Total pages :316
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A narrative of travel in the South, with chapters on the race question, the Civil War and other topics.

'Words of faith'.

'Words of faith'.
Author : N.A
Publisher :
Release Date : 1883
Category :
Total pages :329
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The dark shadow; or, The blast

The dark shadow; or, The blast
Author : Dark shadow
Publisher :
Release Date : 1879
Category :
Total pages :329
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Monthly Echo of the Original 5 Points Mission

Monthly Echo of the Original 5 Points Mission
Author : N.A
Publisher :
Release Date : 1898
Category : City missions
Total pages :329
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In Death's Dark Shadow

In Death's Dark Shadow
Author : N.A
Publisher : Instant Publishing Group
Release Date : 2006-01-01
Category : Soldiers
Total pages :410
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Companion to the Calendar

Companion to the Calendar
Author : Mary Ellen Hynes
Publisher : LiturgyTrainingPublications
Release Date : 1993
Category : Christain saints
Total pages :210
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This superb resource and guide for children and adults alike answers all sorts of "who" and "what" and "why" questions about saints, the liturgical seasons, Jewish and Muslim holy days, and significant national holidays. You will find an amazing variety of information on how these people and days hold meaning for our lives today. Use this book in conjunction with LTP's Year of Grace calendar in the home or in the classroom. A list of suggested readings, a bibliography and a handy index are included.

The Life and Death of Yukio Mishima

The Life and Death of Yukio Mishima
Author : Henry Scott Stokes
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date : 2000
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Total pages :315
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This incisive biography begins with the spectacularly tragic last day of the militant Japanese novelist, perhaps best known for his monumental four-book masterpiece The Sea of Fertility.

The Archetype of Shadow in a Split World

The Archetype of Shadow in a Split World
Author : Mary Ann Mattoon
Publisher : Daimon
Release Date : 1987
Category : Psychology
Total pages :442
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The Tenth International Congress for Analytical Psychology was held in West Berlin September 2-9, 1987. Its theme, The Archetype of Shadow in a Split World, was the focus of twenty-five major papers, with prepared responses to fourteen of them. Congress participants were several hundred Jungian analysts from around the world. The theme has a special meaning for our times and, especially, for a Congress set in the divided city of Berlin. There, the Wall is a vivid reminder of East-West divisions and of the countless divisions among humans. Many of these divisions are considered in this book. Some of the papers deal with the collective background of the Congress and its participant's lives. Other papers focus more on intra-psychic and inter-personal divisions as they are manifested clinically.

Cast a Dark Shadow

Cast a Dark Shadow
Author : S.C. Rackes
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
Release Date : 2013-09
Category : Drama
Total pages :346
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"Do you realize how long it's been?" Dallas spoke, trying to keep her voice as unemotional as possible. Bart hated scenes. Dallas knew she should back off, drop the subject, and leave Bart alone. It was the only safe way to deal with him lately. Tonight was a final, desperate effort on her part. It was their wedding anniversary. If anything was left between them, she should be able to reach it on what was supposed to be a day of celebration. Early returns weren't promising. Let's face it, Dallas thought. Your carefully constructed web of pretense is fraying, and fraying fast, with a whole lot of help from your husband. Why can't you admit it's over and just take your losses and get out? Because I hate to give up and throw twenty years down the rabbit hole. At least without giving it one last shot. Bart didn't answer Dallas, didn't even acknowledge the question. He was staring past her, at a spot somewhere over and slightly to the right of her head. His moods had gotten increasingly dark and difficult lately, his patience with her nonexistent. As Dallas watched him lift the glass he held and drain its contents, she thought, He's drinking way too much. Dallas looked away, feeling totally defeated. As she did, she heard Bart rattle the ice cubes in his glass. That was her cue to get him a refill. Let him get his own damned refill, she decided, with a rare burst of irritation and rebellion. He has feet. Tonight, as soon as she'd given him his anniversary gift, she knew she'd made a mistake. His face closed up, his jaw tensed, and he acted like she'd handed him a bomb he expected would go off at any minute. The gift still sat, unopened, on the table. At first, Dallas hoped it was because he forgot about the anniversary and didn't have anything for her. But it was more than that. There was something different about Bart tonight, something Dallas couldn't identify, something that intensified the uneasy feelings she'd had for the last six months. More and more, she felt like she was living with a stranger. "Doesn't twenty years of marriage mean a thing to you, Bart?" Dallas asked. At last, Bart decided to acknowledge her presence. He let his gaze drop to her slender ankles and work its way up to her face. His hazel eyes were cold, and his mouth was set in a thin line. "I fail to see twenty years of marriage as an excuse for you to run around dressed like a cheap tramp, Dallas," he said. "I'm not dressed like a tramp." Dallas wore a white lace teddy she bought especially for the occasion. It was about as successful as the fancy dinner she cooked and Bart barely touched. Another mistake, obviously, she decided. My whole life seems to be a mistake lately. She sighed. "I wanted you to make love to me. That's all. Nothing else works. I thought this was worth a try." Bart's silence and the unyielding intensity of his gaze made Dallas look away again. She stared past him, out the sliding glass patio doors, where a crescent moon floated on the horizon. It washed the night with pale light and made it look as cold and empty as Dallas felt. "I will make love to you when I want to," Bart finally said. "Do you understand? And if I never want to again, that part of your life will be over. Whether you like it or not." Dallas swallowed hard, bit her lip, and fought back the tears of resignation and defeat that gathered on her lower lids. If there was anything her husband hated worse than emotional scenes, it was tears. "You are no different from any other tramp in the world, are you, Dallas? Always willing to get some poor slob to do what you want him to do. Then, when he does, you turn on him. You all turn on him." Bart's words, and the vehemence behind them, dried Dallas's tears up before they had a chance to spill over. What in God's name is he talking about now? Dallas wondered. Not for the first time in her dealings with Bart lately had she tried to label uneasiness that crossed the line and became somet

The Black Shadow and the Red Death

The Black Shadow and the Red Death
Author : Billy Munday
Publisher :
Release Date : 1914
Category : Lynching
Total pages :81
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Songs of Pilgrimage

Songs of Pilgrimage
Author : Horace Lorenzo Hastings
Publisher :
Release Date : 1888
Category : Congregational churches
Total pages :544
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A Lexical Concordance to the Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

A Lexical Concordance to the Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley
Author : N.A
Publisher :
Release Date : 1892
Category :
Total pages :818
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The Christian

The Christian
Author : N.A
Publisher :
Release Date : 1882
Category : Christian life
Total pages :329
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