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Lesbian Intrigue, Volume. Front Cover.
Author: Cassandra Barnes
Publisher: Cassandra Barnes
Asia Reynolds, a documentary film maker looks for love in the middle of chaos. She lives in heaven, a picturesque town on the Mississippi river, sparkling countryside, soaring hawks and eagles and more action than she could wish for. Her forensic research skills are in demand to uncover the perpetrators of an international political tangle involving an assassination - and another, more local problem involving a murderous gay love triangle. Then, she meets Jasmine - a young hippie artisan and her known world flips around.
Peering above the triangular wooden roof of the building, the sun was there.
Displaying its power to produce heat and fear to all those who dare to look him in
the eyes face to face, to challenge his authority. The sky, which looked a
Author: Diann Hanna-Wilson
Tales of the mysteries and untold stories of the island of Andros. Drawing on the imagination of the young and old to bring them closer to the past and the present.
Bradshaw found Santa Marta a smouldering volcano. This novel is a brilliantly successful evocation of the atmosphere and the problems of life on a West Indian island.
Author: Alec Waugh
Publisher: A&C Black
First published in 1957, this tells of Santa Marta, which to the casual visitor is a sub-tropical paradise, a small sister of Jamaica, Bermuda and Nassau, unmentioned in the colour-splashed brochures of travel agents: an island where the sun shines throughout the year on the sandy beaches of innumerable coves, on the cane-fields and coconut plantations, on the shingled hits of the peasant villages and the fine houses of the white planters handed down through generation after generation, from the Sugar Barons of a past century. But this was not how the newspaper columnist, Bradshaw, saw it when he arrived on his first trip to the Caribbean. Bradshaw found Santa Marta a smouldering volcano. This novel is a brilliantly successful evocation of the atmosphere and the problems of life on a West Indian island. It is a dramatic story, packed with incident and thrilling in this mounting tension. It weaves into the fortunes of a small group of islanders the ambitions and jealousies, the hopes and fears, the complexes and inhibitions of a people to whom the tint of the skin is more important than wealth, or power, or skill, whose tangled history has bequeathed a heritage of passion in an island where the blood never cools.
ENDORSEMENT □ □ r"\ uring the years Charles Carrin was my pastor in Atlanta
and first shared with me the story, Island in the Sun, I knew immediately this was
one of those rare, human dramas God had graciously preserved for all to know.
Author: Charles Carrin
Publisher: Xulon Press
When James Danbury threw open the door to his pastor on a stormy night in 1842, he never imagined that the news his pastor carried-and the bundle he cradled in his arms-would forever change the Danbury world. THE AUTHOR Charles Carrin, a naturalist and a historian, has devoted much of his life to exploring the history and outdoors of the state his ancestors helped establish. From a background rich in personal history and tradition, Charles writes about early Florida with passion and insight. Born in Homestead, Florida, on the edge of the Everglades in 1930, he is a fifth generation Floridian, descended from two pioneer-Florida preachers who rode the circuit to minister to their parishioners during the war years. His great-great-grandmother, born in 1798, is buried on the banks of the Suwanee River. With Native American ancestry in each family tree, Charles portrays the Seminole War with sensitivity towards red, black, and white men alike. In 1949, his plans to study botany in Central America were overridden by a clear directive from the Lord, calling Charles into Christian ministry. Now in his sixty-first year of ministry and retired from pastoring a church, his schedule remains busy with speaking engagements, writing, and mentoring of younger pastors. His monthly articles can be viewed at www.CharlesCarrinMinistries.com Charles and his wife Laurie reside in Boynton Beach, Florida. Dorothy Easley has been blessed by the ministry of Charles Carrin since she was a child, and Charles baptized her father. She is descended from pioneers who established a trading post in Florida in the 1800's. Dorothy's fore-parents were the first white settlers to permit Indians to make purchases on credit and always maintained good relations with local tribes. Dorothy teaches math at Broward College. She and her husband Ralph make their home in South Florida.
Asia Reynolds, a documentary film maker looks for love in the middle of chaos.
Author: Cassandra Barnes
Asia Reynolds, a documentary film maker looks for love in the middle of chaos. She lives in heaven, a beautiful town on the Mississippi river, sparkling countryside, soaring hawks and eagles and more action than she could wish for. Her research skills are in demand for an international political tangle involving an assassination...and another local problem involving a murderous gay love triangle. Then...she meets Jasmine Jones...a young hippie artisan and her known world flips around...
' GINO D'ACAMPO With over 100 delicious recipes, including those featured in ITV's Gino's Italian Escape: Islands in the Sun, this book introduces you to the culinary delights of Sardinia and Sicily.
Author: Gino D'Acampo
Publisher: Hachette UK
Join Gino on his trip to the islands of Sicily and Sardinia on a journey of discovery of authentic and delicious Italian food. Delving into the gastronomic history of these islands he will uncover the signature dishes, and secret recipes that encapsulate Sicily and Sardinia and their people. With over 100 mouth-watering recipes - using fresh ingredients and regional specialities - Gino's Islands in the Sun will reveal the culinary secrets of these Mediterranean islands.
Island. of. the. Sun. The Inca empire dominated a huge swath of the Andean
region running down the west coast of South America ... It was dedicated to three
principal deities, among whom Inti, the Sun god, was prominent. The ruling Inca
Author: Clive L. N. Ruggles
Long before astronomy was a science, humans used the stars to mark time, navigate, organize planting and dramatize myths. This encyclopaedia draws on archaeological evidence and oral traditions to reveal how prehistoric humans perceived the skies and celestial phenomena.
He has , however , greatly extended the scope of the Newfoundland imagination ,
taking recitations into a new dimension with plays for voices , like Rope Against
the Sun , and utterly transforming and refining the art of the outport versifier .
Author: Al Pittman
Publisher: Breakwater Books
This compilation from one of Canada's most acclaimed writers spans four decades and six volumes. Often bittersweet and occasionally enigmatic, these poems represent Pittman's infinite talent. Targeted at a wide circle of readers, this book gives poetry back to the people, where it truly belongs.
It in turn was a parody of a calypso number which had been in the top ten of the
British charts since August 1957, namely 'Island in the Sun' (the theme song from
a film of that name) sung by Harry Belafonte, a New Yorker styled the 'King of ...
Author: Pat Woods
Publisher: Random House
Category: Sports & Recreation
Celtic's astonishing 7-1 victory over arch-rivals Rangers in the 1957 Scottish League Cup final brought the club its last major trophy prior to the appointment of Jock Stein as manager in 1965 and the glory years which followed. The triumph was the final major success achieved by such famous Celtic stars of the '50s as Charlie Tully, Neil Mochan, Willie Fernie, Bobby Evans, Bertie Peacock, Sean Fallon and Bobby Collins. Oh, Hampden in the Sun . . . not only tells the story of that remarkable game - which still stands as the most emphatic victory in a national cup final in Britain - but also commemorates Celtic, their players and supporters, viewed in the social context of life in the West of Scotland 40 years ago. This book explores both the romance and the reality of Celtic and the club's supporters in that era through extensive interviews with players and fans, supplemented by much original research. The mystery of the missing television film of the 7-1 match in finally solved, and Celtic fans will be able to revel in a mass of anecdotes and reminiscences surrounding one of the greatest moments in their history and in indelible part of the club's folklore.
An island in the sun: Lanzarote Lanzarote is a strange place. It's a young place,
comparatively; the volcanic island celebrates its 30 millionth birthday sometime
around June. Probably. Compare this to the four billion years racked up by the ...
The Islands of the Sun and the Moon Brian S. Bauer, Charles Stanish. 4. THE.
ISLANDS. OF. THE. SUN. AND. THE. MOON. TODAY. Geography, People, and
Research HISTORICAL DATA suggest that most of the islands of Lake Titicaca
Author: Brian S. Bauer
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Category: Social Science
The Islands of the Sun and the Moon in Bolivia's Lake Titicaca were two of the most sacred locations in the Inca empire. A pan-Andean belief held that they marked the origin place of the Sun and the Moon, and pilgrims from across the Inca realm made ritual journeys to the sacred shrines there. In this book, Brian Bauer and Charles Stanish explore the extent to which this use of the islands as a pilgrimage center during Inca times was founded on and developed from earlier religious traditions of the Lake Titicaca region. Drawing on a systematic archaeological survey and test excavations in the islands, as well as data from historical texts and ethnography, the authors document a succession of complex polities in the islands from 2000 BC to the time of European contact in the 1530s AD. They uncover significant evidence of pre-Inca ritual use of the islands, which raises the compelling possibility that the religious significance of the islands is of great antiquity. The authors also use these data to address broader anthropological questions on the role of pilgrimage centers in the development of pre-modern states.
The star Deneb (alpha Cygni, shown as Cygnus Į) marks the 'birth exit' of the Sun
to the left. Reprinted with the permission of Andrew Collins (2006). Figures V-8
a-b-c. Sungates or Sundoors. (a) Sun between mountains or horns. (Hammond).
Author: Rose Hammond
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Literary Criticism
Homer provides an enormous challenge to the student; the potentialities of these lengthy texts are legion and the scholarship vast. The author has relied upon her knowledge of symbolic discourse to make a fresh study of the Odyssey, prioritising early neighbouring religions, their mythology, and shamanic practice. The latter has yielded particularly rich material concerning the axis of the world (axis mundi) as a route to the stars and the world of the gods. Man’s shared experience of the night skies has also provided some remarkably consistent patterns for the geography of an Otherworld in the skies and the means to reach the gods residing there. By applying world-wide motifs of the soul journey, the initiatory process and established points of transformation along a solar path, it has been possible to recast the hero’s sea voyage in cosmic terms and give a celestial homeland to the many islands visited by Odysseus and his companions. The result gives a surprising twist to the meaning of the epic and reveals Homer the poet as both philosopher and student of the cosmos. The ‘wine-dark sea’ is revealed as none other than the night sky which serves as backdrop to the hero’s adventures among the stars, and Ithaka itself with its many conflicts finds a place at the very centre of the known universe of Bronze Age Greece.
Diodorus Siculus also gives an account , on the authority of some ancient writers
, of an island situated , as he says , “ over against Gaul ; ” and which , from its
position and size , the rites of sun - worship practised by its people , their Round ...