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Across the River and Into the Trees (Original) By Ernest Hemingway
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In the fall of 1948, Ernest Hemingway made his first extended visit to Italy in thirty years. His reacquaintance with Venice, a city he loved, provided the inspiration for Across the River and into... More > the Trees, the story of Richard Cantwell, a war-ravaged American colonel stationed in Italy at the close of the Second World War, and his love for a young Italian countess. A poignant, bittersweet homage to love that overpowers reason, to the resilience of the human spirit, and to the worldweary beauty and majesty of Venice, Across the River and into the Trees stands as Hemingway's statement of defiance in response to the great dehumanizing atrocities of the Second World War. Hemingway's last full-length novel published in his lifetime, it moved John O'Hara in The New York Times Book Review to call him “the most important author since Shakespeare.”< Less
The River By Siegfried Cesh
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This book is the story of a long journey from Laziska, the village of my childhood located in Southern Poland, to Phippsburg, Maine. The Nazis came first, conquering Poland demanding allegiances... More > which set neighbor against neighbor and tore many families apart. Then, as the Russians pushed the defeated Germans out of Poland, they plundered our country, destroyed homes and took all remaining men who were not drafted into the army to concentration camps in Siberia. But, my story doesn’t end with defeat, it’s a journey of healing as God directed my life from one river across the seas to the Pacific Ocean, and finally to Winnegance Bay in Maine. This is a story of hope for any one who has ever walked through dry riverbeds in search of streams of living water. Do not give up, there is always redemption in suffering.< Less
Ride Across the River - Dire Straits By Gaetano Scalfidi
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Trascrizione per pianoforte come la suono su youtube // Piano transcription as I play it on youtube
River Plantation: Undying Love across the Centuries By Phyllis G. McDaniel
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Through hypnoanalysis, a late twentieth century young lady is mysteriously hurtled back through time to uncover an opulent life in Civil War era Natchez, Mississippi, which is inexplicaby intertwined... More > with her present life and loves.< Less
RIVER PLANTATION: UNDYING LOVE ACROSS THE CENTURIES By PHYLLIS G. MCDANIEL
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Through hypnoanalysis, a beautiful late twentieth century young lady is mysteriously hurtled back through time to uncover an opulent life in Civil War era Natchez, Mississippi--a life which is full... More > of exhilirating romance and horrifying tragedy and which is inexplicaby intertwined with her present life and loves.< Less
RIVER PLANTATION: Undying Love Across the Centuries By Phyllis G. McDaniel
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Through hypnoanalysis, a late twentieth century young lady is mysteriously hurtled back through time to uncover an opulent life in Civil War era Natchez, Mississippi, which is inexplicaby intertwined... More > with her present life and loves.< Less
Rivers in the Desert By Harry Foxley
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On the parched Eastern Goldfields of West Australia during the 1890s, desperate shortages of drinking water led to the deaths by thirst of prospectors and killings among teamsters at scarce... More > waterholes. Transporting water 400 miles from the coast by packhorse and train failed to meet demand, and the state government took the contentious decision to build a pipeline across the arid country; the longest pipeline ever built. This is the story of that undertaking.< Less
Rivers in the Desert By Harry Foxley
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On the parched Eastern Goldfields of West Australia during the 1890s, desperate shortages of drinking water led to the deaths by thirst of prospectors and killings among teamsters at scarce... More > waterholes. Transporting water 400 miles from the coast by packhorse and train failed to meet demand, and the state government took the contentious decision to build a pipeline across the arid country; the longest pipeline ever built. This is the story of that undertaking.< Less
River's End By Trina L. Talma
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Corrian Volf, the Ocrisia crimelord, needs an ally in his continuing fight against his rival Gann Fertorch. So he sends Zania, Kahri, Risch and Jain, the forester team formed in Silver and Blood, on... More > another mission. Traveling along the river Ledallun, through the forest and across the Great Plains of Morstan, the four friends encounter new enemies and old allies, and fight battles with both steel and elven powers. And just when she thought she knew everything about her past, Zania discovers a new secret -- a secret that will take her beyond the river's end. River's End is the sequel to Trina L. Talma's Silver and Blood, and the beginning of a trilogy featuring Zania Corthinn and her friends.< Less
Twin Rivers By John D. Nesbitt
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Clay Westbrook, a cowhand on a Wyoming ranch in the 1890s, runs into trouble when he sticks up for a Mexican sheepherder. Tony Campos is being bullied by a rancher named Sutton, who tells Clay he has... More > just bought himself a good bunch of trouble. Clay maintains his friendship with the Mexicans, much to the dislike of Sutton and others, and he develops a romantic interest in Tony’s niece, Guadalupe. Before long, Clay finds himself without a job and is harassed by Sutton and his men, who burn down his homesteader’s shack and sabotage his outfitting camp. Clay then discovers that Sutton has designs on Clay’s homestead and plans to cut a ditch project across the land. Is it up to Clay to thwart the plan and stop the retribution at the same time that he pursues his courtship of the lovely Guadalupe?< Less