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Old Houses By Robert Brunelle JR
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A collection of paintings of old houses, by Vermont artist Robert Waldo Brunelle JR
House By Miss Mary
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This is a charming little story of how an old abandoned house feels when a new family moves in for the first time in years.
The Old Balmain House By Graham Wilson
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Sophie vanished - where did she go? For 100 years nobody knows. A photo of 8 year old Sophie and an antique perfume bottle are found in the fireplace of an old house. The story of a Balmain family... More > over 170 years. Finally they uncover what happened. Set around beautiful Sydney Harbour this is a story of this place and its people, an imagined history from early Australia to the present day< Less
Our Old House By Constance Pummell
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An intriguing insight into the social history of an old house built on St Nicholas Cliff, Scarborough and brief outline of the Accommodation trade touching three centuries. It demonstrates how styles... More > changed through the years to meet the visitors’ social standing, financial status, and expectations. "The only certainty in life is change." Connie Pummell was the daughter of a Grocer, growing up in West Yorkshire and assisted in the family business from a young age. After leaving Secondary Modern School she studied and attained qualifications in the Bakery Industry in both the craft and technical. She adopted Scarborough as her home after being attracted by its beauty and special magnetism, and found her niche in the hotel trade of which she enjoyed for over 45 years.< Less
The Animals of the Old School House By Emma Jenkins
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A heart warming festive tale about friendship and team work. The animals of the Old School House have an intruder. Farrell is a cunning, sly fox who relies on the children of the local school to... More > supply his food. When the school is closed due to bad weather Farrell must hunt elsewhere for his dinner. Farrell wanders down the lane towards the old school house, home to a young family. The animals have to work together to defeat Farrell and ensure the safety of their homes.< Less
The Old Tile House By Daphne Neville
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Anna Greenwood had never been to Cornwall, yet she’d had a strong desire to visit the county for as long as she could remember. As her twenty-third birthday was drawing near, she decided to... More > satisfy that yearning by booking a fortnight’s holiday. After searching the internet, she finally chose to stay at The Old Tile House in Penzance, for no other reason than she was fascinated by an old picture of the building and in particular its three tall chimneys. Her holiday began well. The weather was kind, she made friends and enjoyed the sights, but then new guests arrived at The Old Tile House and things changed in a most peculiar way. The Old Tile House is a standalone novella of 43,000 words and an introduction to Pentrillick, a village situated on the south coast of Cornwall which will feature in a new series of mystery books.< Less
Rewiring the Old House for Noise By Margaret Morrison
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Rewiring the Old House for Noise, set in Texas in the late 1980s and early 1990s, is a humorous romp about Liz Mills's forced exodus from Washington, DC, with the help of a former lover, Joyce-Marie,... More > and Liz's encounters, then, in Texas with a group of lesbians and straight women who gradually end up occupying or using as a focus for their lives an old house in Fort Worth, Texas, that a woman named Alma and her lover, Lotty, live in. "Noise" is the commanding metaphor here for the mess of contradictions among these women and how they negotiate all their differences with humor and irony.< Less
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Helen of the Old House By Harold Bell Wright
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Harold Bell Wright was a best-selling American writer of fiction, essays, and non-fiction during the first half of the 20th century. Although mostly forgotten or ignored after the middle of the 20th... More > century, he is said to have been the first American writer to sell a million copies of a novel and the first to make $1 million from writing fiction. Between 1902 and 1942 Wright wrote 19 books, several stage plays, and many magazine articles. More than 15 movies were made or claimed to be made from Wright's stories, including Gary Cooper's first major movie, The Winning of Barbara Worth (1926) and the John Wayne film, The Shepherd of the Hills (1941).< Less
Terror In The Old House By Luis Arturo Acevedo Acevedo
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The story of a tireless worker, who after a long work week could now rest and do other activities and get a little distracted, leaving the monotony of his work. An invitation to spend vacations by... More > your best friend to a nearby town in principle would seem a good idea, but in the course of the story, it will become a series of terrifying events, in which our character was surrounded in the middle of his great fear, which may become your worst mistake. A farm that hides a past full of great mysteries, a nightmare that seems endless, secrets that will have to be solved, death and horror that will always be on the lookout.< Less

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