Magnolia Sky

Magnolia Sky

Prepare to be dazzled for her latest, MAGNOLIA SKY, is going to sweep you off your feet. Luke Boudreau has been agonizing for five months over what to say to the mother of his best army buddy Calvin Abbott. After all, how do you express ...

Author: Susan Crandall

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780446540056

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

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Luke Boudreau heads to the Mississippi home of his army buddy, Calvin Abbot, who was killed as he saved Luke's life. By seeking out Calvin's family, Luke hopes to find peace and closure. But instead he meets Calvin's beautiful wife. Original.
Categories: Fiction

Romance Fiction A Guide to the Genre 2nd Edition

Romance Fiction  A Guide to the Genre  2nd Edition

... 486 Magical Kittens, 310 Magnificent Marquess, The, 290 Magnificent Obsession, 394, 629 Magnolia Creek, 243 Magnolia Moon, 102 Magnolia Sky, 75 Magnolia Wednesdays, 121 Maguire, Margo, 248, 633 Maher, Jennifer, 561 Mahon, Annette, ...

Author: Kristin Ramsdell

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781610692359

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 719

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A comprehensive guide that defines the literature and the outlines the best-selling genre of all time: romance fiction. • A core collection list in chronological order • An exhaustive bibliographic listing of romance titles • Research materials and a brief history of the genre • Indexes organized by author, title, and subject
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Pioneer Photographers from the Mississippi to the Continental Divide

Pioneer Photographers from the Mississippi to the Continental Divide

... Hayden Houston Daguerreian Gallery ( Houston 1854–46 ) : Henry R. Allen Houston Sky - Light Ambrotype Gallery ( Houston 1856–58 ) : R. E. Moore and W. Williams , 1856–58 ; also called R. E. Moore & Company , Magnolia Sky - Light ...

Author: Peter E. Palmquist

Publisher: Stanford University Press

ISBN: 0804740577

Category: Photography

Page: 742

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This biographical dictionary of some 3,000 photographers (and workers in related trades), active in a vast area of North America before 1866, is based on extensive research and enhanced by some 240 illustrations, most of which are published here for the first time. The territory covered extends from central Canada through Mexico and includes the United States from the Mississippi River west to, but not including, the Rocky Mountain states. Together, this volume and its predecessor, Pioneer Photographers of the Far West: A Biographical Dictionary, 1840-1865, comprise an exhaustive survey of early photographers in North America and Central America, excluding the eastern United States and eastern Canada. This work is distinguished by the large number of entries, by the appealing narratives that cover both professional and private lives of the subjects, and by the painstaking documentation. It will be an essential reference work for historians, libraries, and museums, as well as for collectors of and dealers in early American photography. In addition to photographers, the book includes photographic printers, retouchers, and colorists, and manufacturers and sellers of photographic apparatus and stock. Because creators of moving panoramas and optical amusements such as dioramas and magic lantern performances often fashioned their works after photographs, the people behind those exhibitions are also discussed.
Categories: Photography

The Runaway Duke

The Runaway Duke

Prepare to be dazzled for her latest, MAGNOLIA SKY, is going to sweep you off your feet. Luke Boudreau has been agonizing for five months over what to say to the mother of his best army buddy Calvin Abbott. After all, how do you express ...

Author: Julie Anne Long

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780446510707

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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Ruined! No one could ever accuse Rebecca Tremaine of being a proper young lady. She's wretched at embroidery, pitiful at the pianoforte, and entirely too informed about the human body, courtesy of her father's scientific journals. And now she's been compromised by a dandy she despises! When her parents arrange a hasty marriage, there is only one man she can turn to for help. Rescued! No one knows that Irish groom Connor Riordan is the fifth Duke of Dunbrooke, "killed" in action at Waterloo, and he wants it to stay that way. But a true gentleman never turns away a damsel in distress. Soon Connor and Rebecca dash away-only to be pursued by bumbling highwaymen, a scheming duchess, and Rebecca's fiance. Ravished! Being with the beautiful and desirable Rebecca jeopardizes Connor's secret every day-and tests his willpower every night. For if ever there was a reason to bring the Duke of Dunbrooke back from the dead, it would be to make Miss Tremaine his Duchess!
Categories: Fiction

Poole Pottery

Poole Pottery

Celadon Polar Celadon Mushroom Magnolia Mushroom PRICES Pieces glazed in a self colour are priced as plain . ... C59 C60 C61 C62 C64 * Ice Green Seagull Ice Green * Sky Hyacinth Sky * Ice Green Sepia Ice Green * Pink Magnolia Pink Ice ...

Author: Leslie Hayward

Publisher: Antique Collectors Club Limited

ISBN: UOM:39015037766782

Category: Art

Page: 192

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"As one of the most important, most distinctive and most collectable of 20th century British potteries, Poole is surprisingly little known. Few books have been published about this innovative company and its diverse products, and the most recent, though excellent, has long been out of print. With its hundreds of colour illustrations, and its highly detailed captions and information panels, this new book represents the distillation of years of research by the well-known Poole historian Leslie Hayward, and makes accessible to collectors for the first time the extraordinary range of wares associated with the factory. The story starts with the making of tiles and architectural and garden ceramics by Jesse Carter from the 1870s, and the gradual development of a pottery devoted increasingly to domestic and ornamental wares under the control of his sons Owen and Charles, aided by the designer and artistic potter, James Radly Young. From an early range of decorative lustres there emerged a style of simple, hand-painted patterns that established the Poole name. Initial inspiration came from sources as diverse as Egypt, Greece, the Middle East and South America but, with the revival of the traditional Delftware technique of freehand painting in bright colours onto an opaque white tin-glaze, the characteristic Poole style was born, with its individualistic approach to decoration instantly recognisable through the decades of Poole's history, and in its contemporary products." "With its illustrations of virtually every known Poole product and its full list of factory marks and artists' monograms, this book will be indispensable for collectors, and for anyone interested in the history of 20th century design."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Categories: Art

Seeing Red

Seeing Red

—RomanceReviewsMag.com “This is one book you will want to read repeatedly.” —MyShelf.com “One of today's most enjoyable authors.” —RoundTableReviews.com Magnolia Sky “Emotionally charged ... An engrossing story.

Author: Susan Crandall

Publisher: Hachette+ORM

ISBN: 9780446557412

Category: Fiction

Page: 436

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In this romantic suspense novel from the author of Pitch Black,a troubled woman finds love—and a monster from her past will soon find her. Ellis Greene remembers very little about the night of her cousin Laura’s murder, but she does recall the face of her murderer. Ellis was the key witness to the crime, and her testimony helped put Hollis Alexander in jail for a long time. With Hollis behind bars, Ellis should feel safe, but the memory of that awful night still haunts her. Determined to free herself from the fear of being attacked like her cousin, Ellis has become an expert in self-defense. However, when Ellis hears that Alexander has been paroled, she feels like a helpless teenager again—and she isn’t the only one who notices that he’s free. Laura’s boyfriend Nate was one of the prime suspects for her murder. After the court case, many still believed that Nate was guilty, and he left town to reinvent himself. Now, fifteen years later, he has returned to protect Ellis from suffering the same fate as her cousin. As soon as Ellis and Nate see one another, sparks fly. But Ellis hasn’t let herself fall for a man in a long time, and she isn’t sure whether she can trust Nate. As Laura’s killer zeroes in on Ellis as his next target, she must fight to stay alive while she finally discovers her true feelings about Nate. “A tight and suspenseful story that will have readers guessing until the last chapter. Poignant in places and nail-bitingly tense in others.” —Romantic Times Magazine
Categories: Fiction

Sleep No More

Sleep No More

MyShelf.com MAGNOLIA SKY “Emotionally charged... An engrossingstory.” —BookPage “A wonderful story that kept surprising me as I read. Real conflicts and deep emotions make the powerful story come to life.

Author: Susan Crandall

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780446564007

Category: Fiction

Page: 300

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The night was always Abby Whitman's enemy. As a young girl she walked in her sleep, and one night, she started a fire that scarred her sister for life and left Abby with unbearable guilt . . . and a loneliness that echoes within her. Now Abby has begun blacking out again--with apparently fatal results. A car accident has killed the son of a prominent family. Even though the evidence seems to exonerate her, Abby is plagued by doubts--and soon by mysterious threats. Psychiatrist Dr. Jason Coble is intrigued by Abby and offers to help her explore the dark recesses of her mind. Through this terrifying journey, Jason's interest turns to passion, and he yearns to give her the love she craves. But first, Abby must trust him--and shed light on secrets that will rock this Southern town and reveal a danger that threatens them both.
Categories: Fiction

The Road Home

The Road Home

Copyright © 2004 by Susan Crandall Excerpt from Magnolia Sky copyright © 2004 by Susan Crandall All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means, including information ...

Author: Susan Crandall

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780446510806

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

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Susan Crandall takes you back to Glens Crossing with a story of heartbreak and forgiveness, of finding your way to the home of your heart. Lily Holt's life is falling apart. Her marriage is over. Her ex-husband is in alcohol rehab. Her teenage son, Riley, is out of control. Looking for a new start and stability for her son, she reluctantly returns to her childhood home, a town she'd left without reservation fourteen years before. But Riley is quickly in trouble again. And Lily's problems mulitply ten-fold when Clay Winters, her frist love and first heartbreak, is thrust back into her -- and her son's -- lives. Will the painful secrets of the past bring her downfall or her salvation?
Categories: Fiction

A Kiss In Winter

A Kiss In Winter

Susan Crandall. BOOKS BY SUSAN CRANDALL On Blue Falls Pond Promises to Keep Magnolia Sky The Road Home Back Roads Praise for SUSAN CRANDALL'S Novels ON BLUE FALLS POND “Susan.

Author: Susan Crandall

Publisher: Hachette+ORM

ISBN: 9780446540049

Category: Fiction

Page: 420

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In this romantic suspense novel from the acclaimed author of Pitch Black, a photographer hoping to launch her career may have thrust herself into danger. Six years ago, tragedy struck, forcing Caroline Rogers to make tough decisions to sell the family farm and put her life on hold to raise her younger siblings. Now that they’re entering adulthood and her long-delayed photography career is taking off, she can almost taste the freedom. Shaken by self-doubt, Dr. Mick Larsen turns his back on his big-city psychiatric practice and settles for the small-town quiet of Redbud Mill, where he can hide his past successes and failures. To Caroline, he shows only a man who wants to put down roots and start a family—good reasons for her to stay away. Then someone starts vandalizing local landmarks she has photographed. Now Caroline must convince a man with little faith in his own abilities that he can help her find the disturbed mind in their midst. But even as she teaches him to trust himself, she must fight the temptation to trust him with her future and her heart. “Crandall’s complex characters, intricate relationships, realistic conflicts, and fine sense of place make this a good bet for readers of Deborah Smith and Jodi Picoult.” —Booklist
Categories: Fiction

The Flying Circus

The Flying Circus

ALSO BY SUSAN CRANDALL Whistling Past the Graveyard Back Roads The Road Home Magnolia Sky Promises to Keep On Blue Falls Pond A Kiss in Winter Pitch Black Seeing Red Sleep No More the Flying Circus Susan Crandall Gallery Books.

Author: Susan Crandall

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781476772141

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

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"A novel about the beginning years of aviation"--
Categories: Fiction