A southern handyman is haunted by a five year old little girl who wants to bring her killer to justice in order to save her mother from sure death.
Author: Rick Kurtis
A southern handyman is haunted by a five year old little girl who wants to bring her killer to justice in order to save her mother from sure death. In order to prove his innocence he has to go up against a crooked District Attorney with only luck on his side, and the help from new love interest.
Author: Graham Stewart WilsonPublish On: 2016-12-01
A little girl vanished 100 years ago.
Author: Graham Stewart Wilson
Publisher: Beyondbeyond Books
A little girl vanished 100 years ago. Her name was Sophie. Where did she go? We buy an old house in Balmain, Sydney. We find a long hidden photo and antique perfume bottle - glimpse other lives in this place, long ago. So begins a journey to discover an early Australian family, over five generations, from the 1840's to today.
From the time she was very young until she became an adult, Star's whole life was always about finding her family and a home to call her own. As far back as she could remember, she had been sent away to live with people she didn't know. She was passed back and forth between family, strangers, and foster care. Growing up, Star endured many types of abuse and loss-painful experiences that sent her spiraling into all the wrong things. This short-story series of a girl who started out lost but eventually found her way will touch your heart and speak to those who have experienced similar trauma in their own lives.
A chance discovery gives a vital clue. Set around beautiful Sydney Harbour, this is the story of people and place, from early colonisation to the present day. This book is the first in the Old Balmain House Series.
A little girl vanished 100 years ago. Her name was Sophie. Where did she go? An old house in Balmain. A portrait and perfume bottle hidden in a chimney. Unknown and untouched, while a century passed, their memory slowly fading. Glimpses of an eight year old girl and her school friend, missing, never found. The grief of those left behind, those who searched, those who yearned. So begins a journey to discover an Australian family, five generations, from 1840 to today. Buried in their past is the story of a long lost girl and the pain her vanishing left behind. Fragments slowly emerge from within the walls, stories of those who built and lived in this place. Her identity is revealed but her disappearance remains a mystery. A chance discovery gives a vital clue. Set around beautiful Sydney Harbour, this is the story of people and place, from early colonisation to the present day. This book is the first in the Old Balmain House Series.
Readers are saying: “This was a great start to a series that I can't wait to get more of.” Cindy O “Grab this book for hours of engrossed reading.
Author: Cheryl Bradshaw
Publisher: Pixie Publishing
From the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Sloane Monroe novels comes a gripping new series about love, loss, murder, and a broken former detective who's about to be drawn out of hiding. For the past two years, former detective Georgiana "Gigi" Germaine has been living off the grid, until today, when she hears some disturbing news that shakes her. Georgiana's brother-in-law has been murdered, her seven-year-old niece kidnapped. As the hours waste away, Georgiana races back to a town she left behind, and a former life she's still not ready to face.
Rich's poetic memoir, Little Girl Lost, is "a montage of graphic snapshots and moments in motion...both testimony and a meditation on what it meant to her sense of self to endure and survive as a young woman growing into adulthood in exile.
Author: Betty Rich
Publisher: Azrieli Foundation
Category: Social Science
When the Nazis invaded her small town of Zduńska Wola, Poland, in 1939, sixteen-year-old Basia Kohn (later Betty Rich) escaped into Soviet-occupied Poland. Over the next five years, her journey took her thousands of kilometres from a forced labour camp in the far north of the USSR to the subtropical Soviet Georgian region and back to Poland. After the war, Betty and her husband fled from the Polish Communist regime and eventually immigrated to Toronto. Rich's poetic memoir, Little Girl Lost, is "a montage of graphic snapshots and moments in motion...both testimony and a meditation on what it meant to her sense of self to endure and survive as a young woman growing into adulthood in exile."
At ten she took up marijuana, and by twelve she began snorting cocaine. Here is her gripping, heart-wrenching story--a story of a childhood gone awry and a young woman battling to restore order to her chaotic life.
Author: Drew Barrymore
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The child star of E.T. describes her own nightmarish descent into alcohol and drug addiction--habits that were encouraged by her unique lifestyle--and her decision to enter therapy at age thirteen.
Author: Barbie Probert-WrightPublish On: 2017-02-23
Two sisters. A broken childhood. A heartbreaking journey. The extraordinary true story of surviving the unimaginable ... In 1945, seven-year-old Barbie and her sister Eva were trapped, terrified, in wartorn Germany.
Author: Barbie Probert-Wright
Publisher: Random House
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Two sisters. A broken childhood. A heartbreaking journey. The extraordinary true story of surviving the unimaginable ... In 1945, seven-year-old Barbie and her sister Eva were trapped, terrified, in wartorn Germany. With their father missing, and hundreds of miles from their mother, news of the approaching army left them confronted with an impossible choice: to face invasion, or to flee on foot. Eva, aged nineteen, was determined to find her mother. For Barbie, twelve years younger, the journey was to be more perilous but, spurred on by her sister's courage and her desperate desire to be reunited with her mother, she joined Eva on a journey no child should ever have to endure. Over three hundred miles across a country ravaged by a terrible war, they encountered unimaginable hardship, extraordinary courage and overwhelming generosity. Against all the odds, they survived. But neither sister came out of the journey unscathed ...
Months and years passed on , but the father never ceased to speak and think of
that little lost girl . The mother , too , was almost distracted . At length light came .
Nine years had passed away , and the Beirût people had almost forgotten the ...
Midwinter. A child is found wandering through the snowy woods, her hands covered in someone else's blood. And she cannot—or will not—speak, not even to share her name. Who is this little girl lost?
Author: Brian McGilloway
Publisher: Harper Collins
This New York Times bestseller is perfect for fans of Tana French and Dennis Lehane. Midwinter. A child is found wandering through the snowy woods, her hands covered in someone else's blood. And she cannot—or will not—speak, not even to share her name. Who is this little girl lost? The only adult she seems to trust is the young officer who found her, Detective Lucy Black. Before long, Lucy manages to connect her case to that of a missing teenager, the kidnapped daughter of a local real estate tycoon. As the investigation twists and turns, Lucy is forced to question not only a range of dangerous suspects, but also everything she thought she knew about her own past.
This poetry collection presents realistic and inspirational poems about surviving trauma, pain, and grief and shows trauma survivors that success is within them, no matter what.
Author: Margaret Chann House
The poems included in this book are based on events and realities that happened. They are meant to be a form of inspiration to other's that have been through similar traumatic experiences. The book includes poems on grief, love, life, hope, inspiration, and loving one's self while dealing with trauma and pain that was experienced though life changing events. The book gives hope to individuals of all ages, letting them know that they too can overcome obstacles with inspiration, strength, and courage.
... and cousin Edith were all crying bitterly , and tears were stealing down Frank '
s cheeks as his papa stood with his hand resting on his shoulder , trying to think
what he should do next to find his dear little lost girl . Suddenly Percy cried out ...
I had just reached here when I lost sight of him.” The door behind him ... She
wore a waist and skirt of dead black with a little old fashioned black bonnet. Her
face was sweet ... “You haven't heard anything from your lost girl?” “No,” replied
I . How the Little Wooden Captain came down from his time - honored place on
top of a clock and had a merry Christmas frolic with the Tongs , Poker , Broom ,
etc. II . The Wanderings of a Little Lost Girl . LINDA or ÜBER DAS MEER By Mrs.
But as it was French was in a tight box, and the only thing he could do was to
advise the girl to let the place alone, and ... I don't know why it is, but I find myself
talking to you just as frankly as when I was the little, lost girl and you were the big
Author: A. M. Chisholm
Publisher: Good Press
"The Land of Strong Men" by A. M. Chisholm. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.