At the end of the novel comes a tantalising reference to Parker's own parentage
that will inform events in The Lovers. But first Angel and Louis take centre stage
in The Reapers, where the elite killers themselves become targets. A wealthy ...
Author: John Connolly
Publisher: Hachette UK
A chilling thriller featuring Detective Charlie Parker from bestselling author John Connolly. Not to be missed for fans of Stephen King and Michael Connelly. When Charlie Parker was still a boy, his father, a NYPD cop, killed a young couple, a boy and a girl barely older than his son, then took his own life. There was no explanation for his actions. Stripped of his private investigator's license, and watched by the police, Parker is working in a Portland bar, holding down a job and staying out of trouble. But in the background, he is working on his most personal case yet, an investigation into his own origins and the circumstances surrounding the death of his father, Will. It is an investigation that will reveal a life haunted by lies, by his mother's loss and his father's betrayal, by secrets kept and loyalties compromised. And by two figures in the shadows, a man and a woman, with only one purpose: to bring an end to Charlie Parker's existence . . .
For all the lovers that delved deep in to our hearts And the lovers that got under
our skin The lovers that taught us about pain and loss So we could appreciate the
glory of a win For all the lovers that we desired And that lover that we couldn't ...
Author: Ulises Velasco
Fueled by angst and desire, Ulises Velasco's undaunted sentiments about love and pain are echoed in his collection of brazen poetry. The poems take the reader from deconstructing lovers, to becoming self-empowered...from embracing bold desires, to deflecting and overcoming past despairs. For All The Lovers I Didn' Love is a compilation charged with a resolved sense of self. It's about owning your emotions and being unapologetic about them as well as rising above the heartache and boldly moving forward. This is not about love. This is about what comes after.
Aruja King. The Lovers Grim Aruja King Copyright © 2010 by Aruja King. ISBN:
Softcover 978-1-4568-1649-0 Ebook.
Author: Aruja King
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This book is the first of the ‘Grim’ trilogy of short stories, written by Aruja King. Each story showcases different scenarios encountered by single women. Some are surreal, some fantasy, some gritty and real and some just downright absurd. The writer uses fast witty dialogue and black humour to illustrate events. Many of the stories have a twist in the ending. The show starts with AL, a story about a woman's encounter with an alien sent to earth from his home planet to do research on earth women, with hilarious results. The Writers' Circle deals with the awkwardness of a cougar conducting a relationship with a much younger man. Grey Areas deals with forbidden love in an era of segregation. In the rest of the stories you will encounter swinger's parties, blind dates, infidelity, psychopaths and unrequited love, all told in the author's unique tongue- in- cheek style. This book will have something that all women of all ages will be able to relate to.
... it always returned to Collen . “ No married men , Gareth . Collen has a family . ”
“ He ' s a natural scout , takes to it like a babe to milk . ” “ With a Brit accent sure to
be marked among Veneti . ” T “ He ' s the son of a fisherman 239 The Lovers.
Author: Kate Hawks
In a historical novel based on the ancient Celtic legend of Trystan and Yseult, Gareth becomes a member of King Arthur's court and the best friend of Trystan, whose love for his uncle's beautiful wife, Yseult, traps them all in a fateful web of love, loss, honor, and betrayal. Original.
The lovers find out more about each other . Their sexual excitement is particularly
keen ; in fact , the affair evolves from an emotional affair into a concentrated
source of sexual pleasure . Neither lover consciously commits to making the affair
Author: Luann Linquist
Anecdotes and discussion by a psychologist/lecturer.
What first appears in the poem to be a renunciation of love becomes , in fact , a
renunciation of those ways of viewing life that interfere with the higher vision of
the lovers . The speaker renounces those definitions of life which do not provide ...
Author: Frank Northen Magill
Over 770 articles summarize and evaluate poems written between the sixteenth and twentieth centuries.
model for other lovers , and , more importantly , he has sanction as a superior
lover . Furthermore , he advocates listening to “ true lovers ” as a means of
understanding love : sui certz que naturalmen verais aimans , de tot son sen ,
Author: Susan C. Karant-Nunn
Publisher: Brepols Pub
In the modern world, interest in religious devotion is as great as ever. This volume brings together the research of ten scholars into the diverse ways that Europeans expressed their quest for God over more than a millennium, from the formative centuries of Christianity up to the seventeenth century. Topics include women transvestite saints, Monophysite wall-paintings, Anglo-Saxon sainthood and painful martyrdom, Carmelite self-redefinition, the confident authorship of Gautier de Coinci and Matfre Ermengaud, competition between the bishop and a wandering preacher for popular favour in Le Mans, the contemplative philanthropies of the Poor Clares, Chester Nativity-cycle actors' masculinity, Jean Gerson's warm relations with his siblings, and George' Herbert's eucharistic feeling. The authors' profound familiarity with primary sources as well as the influence of current theory makes these essays vibrant and timely.