Memories of the Lake continues the story of Heart in the Window some five years later, and the bitterness between Tori and Jessica continues. The hatred boils over when Will Sherman the Sheriff of Collins Springs and Jessica become romantically involved. All is going well in the small town of Collins Springs until Jessica receives the news her ex-husband has been arrested. When Jessica returns to Chicago she makes it known she has hard evidence that will rock the foundation of the case.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-01-28 - Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
By examining the family and financial circumstances of Wordsworth’s early years, this illuminating biography reshapes our understanding of the great Romantic poet’s most creative period of life and writing. Features new research into Wordsworth’s financial situation, and into how the poet and his family survived financially Offers a new understanding
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006-03-27 - Publisher: Dundurn
Author Gord Deval is the grand "old guy" of sport fishing in Canada. Few anglers can match him when it comes to his familiarity with trout and fly fishing. Internationally known, he holds countless bait and fly casting records. Canadian and North American champion, he has represented Canada 32 times
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005-08-23 - Publisher: AuthorHouse
When I first met the Matt hew many years ago, he was working along side with other mediums doing rescue work for lost souls. Matthew read some chapters to me, the way he explained all what he saw, felt and heard was amazing he shown true genuine emotions from a
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-12-31 - Publisher: Transaction Publishers
Life courses, both professional and personal, are often directed by unplanned experiences. At crossroads, which path is followed and which hard choices are made can change the direction of one’s future. Wendell Bell’s life illustrates how totally unforeseen events can shape individual lives. As he notes, despite our hopes and
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-05-05 - Publisher: AuthorHouse
This is a very nostalgic and humerous autobiographical memoir about the twenty five summers I spent growing up at a sleepaway camp owned by my father. It follow the evolution of a rather primitive boy's camp into one of the most successful and popular co-ed sports camps in the country.