All will be revealed . . . but at a cost. As Sophie Hannah uncovers the dark obsessions and strange longings behind the most ordinary relationships, life will never seem quite the same again.
Author: Sophie Hannah
Everybody has their secrets. Who, for instance, is the hooded figure hiding in the bushes outside a young man’s house? Why does the same stranger keep appearing in the background of a family’s holiday photographs? What makes a woman stand mesmerized by two children in a school playground—children she’s never met but whose names she knows well? All will be revealed . . . but at a cost. As Sophie Hannah uncovers the dark obsessions and strange longings behind the most ordinary relationships, life will never seem quite the same again.
Sophie Hannah: 'The Octopus Nest' by Sophie Hannah, taken from The Fantastic Book of Everybody's Secrets, Sort Of Books © 2008. Reprinted with permission of the author and Sort Of Books. Elizabeth Haynes: 'Authentic Carbon Steel Forged' ...
Author: Sophie Hannah
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
100 of the best crime stories written by women, selected and introduced by Sophie Hannah. From Agatha Christie and Daphne du Maurier, to Val McDermid and Margaret Atwood, women writers have long been drawn to criminal acts. Here, award-winning author Sophie Hannah brings together 100 of her favourite examples. Deadlier includes prize-winners, bestsellers and rising stars, so whether you take your crime cosy or hard-boiled, this big, beautiful anthology will keep you reading long into the night.
45 successful business poeple share their secrets about innovation, Jonathan Løw ... the pleasure of interviewing my friend Ann Handley, Chief Content Officer at MarketingProfs and author of the latest fantastic book, Everybody Writes.
Author: Jonathan Løw
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Secret no more! is an inspiring collection of articles written by 45 successful entrepreneurs, leaders and innovators from across the globe. Young tech gurus, experienced top-level CEOs, leadership experts and social entrepreneurs come together to share their secrets about creating and scaling a startup, innovating within existing companies and leading with authenticity and passion. Some people might argue that once exposed, a secret loses all its power. The philosophy of this book is the opposite. We believe that if you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it. Including contributions from: • Cesar Hidalgo • Guy Kawasaki • Joe Pulizzi • Robin Sharma • Selina Juul • Tania Ellis • Tony Ulwick • and many others ...
When Sydney told me she was writing this book and wanted a more exciting name in which to write under I was yet amazed at her tenacity. She chose a name that indeed fits her. There are many sides to Sydney she is confident, fantastic ...
Author: Sydney Wells
Ms. Wells opens Lies In Lancaster PA. by introducing the reader to Steward Parsley, known to his friends as Stu. Stu has a hard time with the values of his family. It's all about money, power and position .Stu looks at life differently for him it's relaxed, adventurous, and a learning process of those things he didn't know. Steward's great-great grandfather started the first bank in Lancaster. Stu's father, William takes great pride in his family history and wants Stu to continue the family involvement in the bank. Instead Stu is interested in pursuing a career in free-lance photography. Arlene Devon Bovay Parsley, Stu's mother, had frustrated dreams of being a great singer. Instead she has become a "silent trophy wife." Arlene... is thoughtful and kind. She does her best to soothe the relationship between father and son. Stu takes on a photography job to create new brochures for Aston Nelson. Nelson is William's competition in the banking business. The two are bitter enemies. Stu's father "vowed to ruin Aston" Everyone who was anyone has heard William make this proclamation a million times. Aston on the other hand has made threats on William's life if he comes near his establishment or his family. When Stu takes the finished brochures to the bank he finds "Aston's body... covered with blood, it was hard to tell if he had been shot or bludgeoned to death. One thing was for sure he was dead!"
Her published poetry includes Costumes (Transit, 1981) and White Dog Sonnets: A Novel (Fab Press, 1987), ... 2006), she has published several crime novels and a book of short stories, The Fantastic Book of Everybody's Secrets (Sort Of, ...
Author: Jeremy Noel-Tod
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Provides over 1,700 biographies of influential poets writing in English from 1910 to the present day, exploring the influences, inspirations, and movements that have shaped their works and lives.
Indexes the Times and its supplements.
The Secret Books of Gabendoor, Book 4 J. Michael Blumer. Windslow saw Tillie make a small motion with her ... Hugs everybody. Bill, you first.” Hillary had to move to let Bill lean ... Hillary was fantastic. Go ahead. Tell her, Hillary.
Author: J. Michael Blumer
Publisher: Quails' Run Publishing
Just who are the Sallyforth triplets? In their most dangerous adventure yet, Windslow and Hillary must stop the wizard, Dreadlore, before someone dies. Whoever solves the ancient riddle of Gabendoor will learn the location of the Secret Library and its magic books. Whoever learns the secret of the mysterious ratStone will control the stars. The books and the magic stone both hold the power to destroy Gabendoor and to save Gabendoor. Using either one will mean death for Hillary, Windslow, or one of their companions. In their most dangerous adventure yet, the Children of the Wind race against time and the evil wizard Dreadlore. They must succeed. Back on Earth, their mother’s life depends on what they do in Gabendoor