Three lives to never be the same again. And forgiveness is the solution to it all. A short of 17,000 words.
Abide with Me IN THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING WORLD, ONE BODY OF POETRY AND MUSIC HAS BEEN VOICED AND LOVED DURING THE PAST THREE HUNDRED YEARS BY MORE PEOPLE THAN ANY OTHER: BRITISH HYMNS. Full description
Jane Bingham looks at the sporting heroes of the 20th century, giving biographical information, quotes from and about the subjects and considering their legacies.
Bobby and his stepmom have crossed the line into the unthinkable. Now they contemplate the unconscionable. Come enter a world of lust, sin, and depravity between a recently married woman and a younger man. What the father doesn't know wont hurt him, and its a good thing too, because he would lose faith in all humanity if he were ever to find out. Guaranteed to keep you turning pages and keep you on the edge of your seat as you read. The sheer torridity of what is being contemplated in this story will drive anyone wild.
This collection of mystical folk tales about the Celtic hero Finn MacCoul is magical and bloodthirsty compendium full of humour, love and heroism. The legend of Finn exists in several cultures, but most notably in Scotland and Ireland, where he and the Fian, his band of loyal followers, are still important cultural figures. Many place names that grace the Celtic lands have their basis in these tales. Kyle Rhea, for example, between the Isle of Skye and the mainland is so called because of the terrible fate that befell one of the Fian while trying to save his wife - these warriors valued honour above all else. Justice was dispensed decisively to evil-doers and members of the Fian alike. Finn himself was more of a king than the kings he often met, for he alone was the arbiter of all conflicts. His was a life of constant risk combined with a simple belief in the power of good over evil. Finn travelled and fought wherever he was most needed. His dealings with the Lochlanners (Scandinavians) give us a stirring insight into a time where men risked their lives in pursuit of something more than mere wealth. This fabulous and evoking collection of heroic tales conjures a time and place where giants and magic were commonplace and danger was everywhere, where kings ruled over kingdoms, not countries.Companion to the best selling Folk Tales of Scotland.
Only collection available of the Fenian cycle of stories. Stunningly illustrated by Paul Rumsey.
In the gritty Britain of the 1970s budding juvenile delinquent Jason Churchill has two dreams - to find his missing Dad and to become famous. Sadly, Jason has never heard that old adage "be careful what you wish for as you might just get it." If he had, perhaps he wouldn't have wished so hard. And maybe he wouldn't have ended up all alone in a prison cell, with his name whispered everywhere from Paris to Port au Prince, from Montreal to Manchester. 'A raw, powerful study of character.' The Wishing Shelf Book Awards
Grey has had his fair share of drama since he landed in LA, but having to hold his dying fiance in his arms, knowing that the bullet was intended for him, takes the cake. A murderous rage overtakes him as he awaits news of Blaze's condition, and he's ready to body anyone he even thinks is involved. Before he can start his manhunt, he's thrown for a loop when the secret that his brother, Kimani, has been harboring threatens to ruin their newly re-built relationship. Kimani is bed to have the love of his life, Blu, back, but before he can help her remember why she fell in love with him, he has to make things right with Grey. Leaving Blu to fend for herself, Kimani doesn't realize that his negligence might lead Blu into the arms of someone else. Karma, Roman, and Israel are back, and each of them have their own agendas.
No one is safe, and some won't make it out alive. In the final installment of Long As You Know Who You Belong To, revenge, betrayal, sex and deceit play a major part in the explosive end of the Summers brother's story.