"About Marsha?" He nodded. "Does she have any known enemies?" "You should
ask if she has any friends. The list would be shorter." Coop's jaws tightened.
Duncan knew when Coop did that he was holding something back. "Anybody
Author: Shirley Hailstock
Publisher: Shirley T. Hailstock
Books make great holiday gifts. Gift Mirror Image to someone on their list or grab it for yourself. After all, books are the cheapest form of entertainment. *** Aurora Alexander found her doppelganger in the form of talk show hostess Marsha Chambers. Yet the two of them couldn’t be further apart in personality. Aurora, a trained psychologist, supports her mother’s nursing home expenses through celebrity impersonation. Following a less than stellar interview with Marsha Chambers, Aurora is mistaken for Marsha by a kidnapper who attempts to abduct her. Fighting him off long enough for producer, Duncan West, to scare the man away, Aurora’s life is plunged into danger for the famous face she wears. Duncan West would like nothing better than to have his connections to the East Coast severed. He wants to be in Hollywood making feature films, not adhering to the whims of a diva. But when her look-alike appears and he convinces her to stand in for the absent hostess, her life is put in danger and all Duncan instincts to stay away from her are put to the test. Aurora is tied to the East by a suffering parent. And Duncan wants to seek his fortune in the West. Can East and West meet?
Marsha asked in a throaty voice. "No." Aurora shook her head. "But no one would
have any reason to kidnap me." “We've called the police,” Duncan told her. “
Police!” Marsha nearly shouted. Duncan nodded. “Marsha, someone tried to
Author: Shirley Hailstock
Publisher: Shirley T. Hailstock
Aurora Alexander found her doppelganger in the form of talk show hostess Marsha Chambers. Yet the two of them couldn’t be further apart in personality. Aurora, a trained psychologist, supports her mother’s nursing home expenses through celebrity impersonation. Following a less than stellar interview with Marsha Chambers, Aurora is mistaken for Marsha by a kidnapper who attempts to abduct her. Fighting him off long enough for producer, Duncan West, to scare the man away, Aurora’s life is plunged into danger for the famous face she wears. Duncan West would like nothing better than to have his connections to the East Coast severed. He wants to be in Hollywood making feature films, not adhering to the whims of a diva. But when her look alike appears and he convinces her to stand in for the absent hostess, her life is put in danger and all Duncan instincts to stay away from her are put to the test. Aurora is tied to the East by a suffering parent. And Duncan wants to seek his fortune in the West. Can East and West meet?
You've come along way, baby, in a very short while and I want to make sure you
continue to learn about skiing, rather than learning about the infirmary.” As they
continued to talk, Marsha made her way down the mountain and slowed to a stop
Author: Feltus Lee
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Noted architect Jamal Jameson and award winning TV news reporter Tory Carter, friends since childhood, are faced with the challenge of controlling their appetite for the opposite sex. As former star collegiate athletes and now handsome single black professionals, meeting women has never been a problem. With a flair for artful conversation, they float like sexual butterflies from one leaf to another. Commitment has always been outside their flight pattern. Jamals romantic and compassionate personality captures hearts, yet unexpectedly, he begins to question his revolving door policy. Torys handsome, egotistical persona drives his need to cover as many women as he does news stories. For him, it is the only way to live. Philosophical differences push their lifelong friendship as Jamal realizes through a chance meeting with a stranger, that his way of relating to women is as shallow as his best friend and that his way of dealing with them has lacked the most important ingredient
In The After Hours (1960) a woman, Marsha White, is shopping in a department
store. The experience becomes increasingly uncanny and intimidating and we
gradually discover—with Marsha—that she is actually a mannequin: the shop ...
D : Looks like I'm alone anyway . A : That's what I meant . D : Sometimes I bring in
a little stand - up mirror to the coffee table while I'm watchin ' TV . It's my face over
there when I look , but it's a face just the same . A : Being alone isn't so awful .
Author: Linda Ginter Brown
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Literary Criticism
First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Once again , if Kevin can acknowledge Marsha as a soul mirror , he will see his
own concern and consideration for her through the image and reflection of her
attention to him . His commitment to Marsha is somewhat hidden to Kevin , but is
“His wife, Marsha, died last year and now he's in the early stages of Alzheimer's.
According to Kate, they grew up in Mirror Lake. He proposed to Marsha right
there at the soda fountain while they shared a milkshake. “Some days Mr. Lundy
Author: Kathryn Springer
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
It seems like the perfect solution: hotel mogul Alex Porter will manage his sister’s small-town bed-and-breakfast while she honeymoons.
In the stillness of her room she stood before her mirror and took one last look at
the beautiful woman she had been all evening. It was at that ... NARRATOR: On
the day of the party, Marsha spent hours in preparation for the coming evening.
( left ) , is comforted by tions were dropped within showed the trust ' s willingness
Belinda Maddison said of Detective Inspector two weeks and the suspen - to act
on new information . her older sister Marsha Ray : Javad Ali at a press sion was ...
She couldn't stand the thought of being a tag-along and watching Marsha's
beaming face next to Andy. Saturday morning Marsha called Kate bright and
early. ... She looked at herself in the mirror, "Marsha, I'm going to get even with
Author: Karen J. Sandvig
Publisher: Regal Books
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
From a Christian perspective, discusses sexual and romantic relationships, sexual ethics, and moral behavior toward friends, peers, and potential romantic companions.
Marsha asked . “ Are you feeling angry ? Are you feeling happy ? ” Again Esther
shrugged . Marsha said , “ Come , let ' s find out how you are feeling . " Marsha
led Esther in front of a full - length mirror and asked softly , “ How is the girl in the
Author: Lynn Leight
Publisher: Rawson Assoc
Category: Parent and child
A noted sex educator discusses methods of education that reflect parental values and concerns and ways to promote a healthy sexuality in children
I sobbed, and Marsha's arms were around me, and I couldn't believe how lucky I
was, how good it was, to have a ... I splashed cold water on my face and patted it
dry with one of Marsha's purple hand towels, looking at myself in the mirror.
Author: Marie Rutkoski
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
Category: Young Adult Fiction
Darcy Jones doesn't remember anything before the day she was abandoned as a child outside a Chicago firehouse. She has never really belonged anywhere—but she couldn't have guessed that she comes from an alternate world where the Great Chicago Fire didn't happen and deadly creatures called Shades terrorize the human population. Memories begin to haunt Darcy when a new boy arrives at her high school, and he makes her feel both desire and desired in a way she hadn't thought possible. But Conn's interest in her is confusing. It doesn't line up with the way he first looked at her. As if she were his enemy. When Conn betrays Darcy, she realizes that she can't rely on anything—not herself, not the laws of nature, and certainly not him. Darcy decides to infiltrate the Shadow Society and uncover the Shades' latest terrorist plot. What she finds out will change her world forever . . . In this smart, compulsively readable novel, master storyteller Marie Rutkoski has crafted an utterly original world, characters you won't soon forget, and a tale full of intrigue and suspense.
At the mirror she put on the make - up Marsha had given her , and then took her
white blouse with the peter pan coliar out of the closet , and tied on the wrap
around skirt . Slipped into her loafers . Everything was perfect but when she
looked in ...
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/ members . aol . com / rachelmill Note : We are on the program at Be All ' 98 in
Pittsburgh ( Marsha ' s home town ) from June 10 - 14 . Bring your gum - bands ...
Even though Marsha pretended to care, she was still the same conniving,
coldhearted person she'd always been. Maybe she ... She laughed at her image
in the floor-length mirror and liberally applied some makeup that Marsha had
Author: Melody Carlson
Publisher: Bethany House Pub
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Book 2 in The Allison Chronicles for young adults. Allison was miraculously reunited with her long-lost father, but when her mother discovers the truth, a custody suit tears her between her mother's approval and her father's love.
She jumped across the little kitchen area and grabbed Marsha's hand, as she
reached for the water valve on the sink. The two of them ... There is a mirror on
the inside of the cabinet above the sink, take a look at yourself Marsha. Tell us
Author: Jerry Strickel
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
The story follows Allen Mead, the main character, through a series of events. Each new event leads to more questions for the reader, drawing the reader in, and requiring the reader to use their imagination. From the opening, when Allen disappears, no attempt is made to explain his departure [The tires screamed on the paving, attempting to stop the forward momentum of the vehicle! Then silence, the blue-white light faded to gray, then blackness, nothing, no sound, was he even breathing? Was this death? ]. Or his return, [A feeling of panic! A brilliant bluish-white light! Both feet jammed onto the brake pedal!]. He reappears as a 69-year-old man, with the physical appearance and the abilities of a 20-year-old. The exceptions, along with his young appearance, he has the strength of two men and reactions that are faster than normal. No explanation is offered to the physical changes that occur. The disappearance of Allen folds into his reappearance, only a lot of time has passed. A lot of questions are unanswered, at first Allen does not realize that he has changed. He finds himself in trouble with the Police and the INS. When he does see that he has changed, the shock puts him on the floor. Then comes the examination period that tries to prove he is not who he says that he is. Only each test, each check all go to prove he is just one old man that happens to looks like a kid! When he is finally released, he goes home to meet his wife, he finds her gone and news media camped in his front lawn. He finds his wife, only to have her disappear and be arrested for her disappearance. This leads into a duel with the Sheriffs Department and a few questionable Deputies. He is ultimately cleared of all legal problem and leaves town to get away from it all. While on his way to his sons home he gets a message from a stranger. A message that really makes no sense to him, at the time. At his sons home, he finds Deputies hard at work destroying the house. Allen finds a way to get the Deputies out of the picture and get his sons home restored. Then he gets another message to be at a given place, a path to find his wife, so he goes. Only when he gets there he gets another cryptic message and off he goes again in a different direction. When he arrives at his destination, he finds another problem to solve. This leads to armed conflict and working with the FBI hand in hand assisting a friend. The problems are taken care of. A short flight, supplied by his friend, solves one mystery and creates more. A new message and a new destination, only this time he has company. The woman that Allen found looks young but is old like Allen. Together they leave to solve the next mystery. Their search leads to major problems and big business in the grip of raw greed! After a daring rescue of yet another person, the husband of the old/young woman he found earlier is himself now young. Allen gets them established as real people with their identities restored. He goes on solving problems, getting the courts into the greed package, still looking for a clue to take him to his wife. With no new messages, which are just words popping into his unconscious or conscious brain and no signs to supply a clue as to where his wife might be. Allen tries to go back to days that are only memories, to see if they really exist, and if he is really who he thinks he is. What he finds, are memories from real events with real people? People that need real help. So Allen helps them and stays until he gets to feeling or need to go in search for a clue again. This leads to his findi? ????? ??? ???? ? ?????? ????????? ??????? ???? ??? ??? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ???????? ?? ?? ?? ? ???????? ????? ??? ???? ????? ????
Yet seeing her reflection in Marsha ' s mirrors and rummaging through her closets
— the apartment is full of closets symbolizing hidden possibilities of self —
Dimple seems to be trapped between the self in Marsha ' s mirror and a hidden
Author: Andrea Dlaska
Category: Social Science
This is a wonderful book, the product of much love, sense and sensibility, and dedication. Its starting point is the Americanization of writer Bharati Mukherjee. Its thesis is that in Mukherjee's case Americanization or, the gradual integration into American society of a student who originated from India, took the form of a "trauma of self-transformation." It was an experience that has also found a lasting expression in Mukherjee's fiction.
at glanced in the rearview mirror as she drove out of Adobe Blanco. She could
still see the priest with ... Maybe she'd subconsciously connected Pilar with Marsha, and Maria Elena with Marsha's unborn baby. If she had, then she'd been
Author: Sharon Sala
He killed her once... Throat slashed and left for dead next to her murdered father, a thirteen-year-old girl vows to hunt down the man who did this to them--Solomon Tutuola. Now grown, bounty hunter Cat Dupree lets nothing--or no one--stand in the way of that deadly promise. Not even her lover, Wilson McKay. Their sexually charged encounters leave McKay wanting more, but Cat is determined to keep her distance. She doesn't need a man making emotional demands, not now, when revenge is near. Suspecting that Tutuola is still alive, despite witnessing the horrific explosion that should have killed him, Cat follows a dangerous money trail to Mexico, swearing not to return until she's certain Tutuola is dead--even if it means destroying her very soul...
My immediate response when Marsha told me was , “ I wonder whether the
woman you saw in the mirror was Jerry ' s wife . I wonder if they were estranged .
I wonder if he was trying to ' win ' her back from another man . ” As much as Marsha ...
Author: Connie Kaplan
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
In this guide book, Kaplan shows readers that when they dream they are connecting with the creative force of the universe, the collective "soul." Using excerpts from her own dream journal she describes various forms of dreams which take readers closer to the soul.
Marsha looked in the mirror to see the impish grin , the grin that was half sneer ,
on the man's face . The reflection of his eyes met hers for a second in the mirror ,
and she suddenly felt that the sneer was directed at her as well . " " So , " said ...