In the summer of 1947, Kate Herrick, widowed by the war, returns to Rose Cottage, her childhood home. A tiny thatched dwelling nestled in an idyllic country setting, Rose Cottage at first appears the picture of tranquility. But Kate soon discovers that someone has broken in; the papers that are the object of her have disappeared, and the village seethes with gossip. How harmless are her elderly neighbors, who are suspected of witchcraft?
"A beautiful classic"
They called him the Demon Earl. They said he could do anything. Son of a rogue and a gypsy, Nicolas Davies was a notorious rake until a shattering betrayal left him alone and embittered in the Welsh countryside. Desperation drives quiet schoolmistress Clare Morgan to ask the Demon Earl to help save her village. Unwilling to involve himself in the problems of others, Nicholas sets an impossible price on his aid-only if Clare will live with him for three months, letting the world think the worst, will he intervene.
"Great start to a series!"
The Little House books, which chronicled the pioneer adventures of Laura Ingalls Wilder, are among the most beloved books in the American literary canon. Lesser known is the secret, concealed for decades, of how they came to be. Now, best-selling author Susan Wittig Albert reimagines the fascinating story of Laura's daughter, Rose Wilder Lane, an intrepid world traveler and writer who returned to her parents' Ozark farm, Rocky Ridge, in 1928.
"The Author Chose Her Angle And Ran With It"
Things are looking up. For the first time in what feels like years, October "Toby" Daye has been able to pause long enough to take a breath and look at her life - and she likes what she sees. She has friends. She has allies. She has a squire to train and a King of Cats to love, and maybe, just maybe, she can let her guard down for a change.
Duncan Mackay will do anything to lift the curse from his family - even forfeit his own life. But his plans change when he encounters the woman from his dreams, literally. She is from the future, somehow has his lost sword, and can talk to the Dragon that is able to lift his family's curse. Brigid O'Neill has spent her life listening to the mythological legends from Ireland and Scotland. So, when an ancient sword lands at her doorstep and she starts dreaming of a rugged Highlander, she drops everything and takes on a quest that will alter everything she believes.
Alastair MacKay, a battled-scarred Dragon Knight, flees to the sea to separate himself from his fae-given power connecting him to the land. But it is on land that he rescues a woman from a slave trader in Ireland. It is through Fiona that he steps back inadvertently into a world filled with magic - taking on the role of protector and at the same time leading him on a journey to confront his greatest regret and fears.
"Mary Morgan worked her magic again!"
To right a wrong, two souls are brought together only to shatter when they are torn apart by the deeds of an evil druid. Dragon Knight Stephen MacKay's powers are altered after the death of his sister. Now he is plagued with visions that threaten to destroy his soul. When Aileen Kerrigan falls through a time tunnel, he vows to keep her safe, despite the fact the beautiful but head-strong half-blooded fae could be the death of him.
"A wondrous story brought to life"
Conversations from New Orleans, with Mary Matalin, James Carville, Robert Kraft, Julia Reed, Mitch Landrieu, and Jim Nantz.
Jon Meacham, Mike Allen and Evan Thomas, Mary Gabriel, Lee Child.
A look at the tragedy in Washington with Mary Ellen O’ Toole, former senior criminal profiler for the FBI, Tim Murphy, former FBI Deputy Director, and CBS Correspondent John Miller. Next, a conversation about Syria, with Gary Samore, of the National Security Council, and David Sanger, of The New York Times.
A look back on the week in Politics, with Jeff Greenfield, Mark Halperin, David Leonhardt, Greg Ip. Next, a conversation with Nicholas Wapshott. And finally, we remember Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans.
A newly reissued edition of Agatha Christie’s ‘Mary Westmacott’ novel, a Crime of the Heart novel about love and anguish across the class divide. Everyone expected Isabella Charteris, beautiful, sheltered and aristocratic, to marry her cousin Rupert when he came back from the War. It would have been such a suitable marriage. How strange then that John Gabriel, an ambitious and ruthless war hero, should appear in her life. For Isabella, the price of love would mean abandoning her dreams of home and happiness forever. For Gabriel, it would destroy his chance of a career and all his ambitions….
Mary Kay Ash a mis sur pied l'une des entreprises les plus admirées en Amérique.
In Short Answers to the Tough Questions, Dr. Ruwart has compiled hundreds of questions and her short, succinct answers from her 15-year web column with The Advocates for Self-Government. Short Answers is a great resource for libertarians, candidates, and those who are exploring what libertarianism is all about.
"The "Good Neighbor" Philosophy"
Tonight on the program, continued coverage of Sunday's mass shooting at an Orlando night club. Charlie is joined by Ben Rhodes, Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications for the President. We continue with Brooke Baldwin, anchor of CNN Newsroom; and Mary Ellen O’Toole, program director of the George Mason University forensic science department and a former FBI profiler. We conclude with the Broadway musical Shuffle Along with writer and director George C. Wolfe and the choreographer Savion Glover.
A fairytale where the heroine gets the princess. Rose is the youngest of Sir Roland's three children, and the best beloved. When her father fails to come back from an attempt to rescue the princess from a neighboring kingdom from the notorious and mysterious Black Knight, Rose does not hesitate to strap on her father's old armor, the red faded almost to invisibility, and ride into the dark forest to help him.
This upbeat guide to caregiving gives information that is useful in a clear and easy to use format. Entertaining as well as informative, and told through the authors' own experiences, this audiobook details the sometimes surprising challenges of caregiving. A positive and upbeat book that takes on the hard issues of caregiving, and delivers sound advice to a generation dealing with the 'good news/bad news' conundrum that our ever increasing lifespan present to us.
Up until recently, Freeman has been known primarily as a "feminist" writer, for her classic stories like "A New England Nun", and "The Revolt of Mother". However, she also wrote many well crafted supernatural stories which have only recently begun to attract appreciative critical attention. These stories combine pragmatism and supernaturalism and are very much in the tradition of an "Americanized" Gothic.
Three sisters in 1920s struggle to make ends meet and protect their mother from their violent father. Milly works in Southwells jam factory. Elsie dreams of a career on the stage, while little Amy runs wild with her friends. All three of the girls fear the unforgiving temper of their father and their courageous attempts to protect their defenseless mother will have dramatic, disastrous consequences for them all.
Wissen wir eigentlich, welche genialen Köpfe hinter vielen Erfindungen stecken, die unseren Alltag erleichtern? Häufig sind es eben nicht die männlichen Genies aus Naturwissenschaft und Technik, sondern Frauen, die aus den Erfahrungen ihres Alltags heraus ihre besonderen Talente kreativ zu nutzen wussten. Oft setzten sie ihre Ideen mit Beharrlichkeit gegen Standeszwänge und Ausbildungsbeschränkungen durch.