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Wyre's Cross By Masters & Griffiths
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“Soap opera is a dangerous drug. Now, with an understanding and apparent love of that addiction, comes a subversively feminist soap opera for the theatre. In the limits of four deliriously... More > plotted and jocular episodes, Peta Masters and Geraldine Griffiths replenish the stock of village characters with a raucous band of feminist entertainers, the Norfolk Broads, who bring about a revolution among the women of Wyre’s Cross ... It is an absolute joy to watch the carefully honed clichés of soap opera transformed into deadpan comedy before they give way to the radical clichés of women’s liberation; it is genuinely liberating to see the unconscious minds of Wyre’s Cross aroused by the rhetoric of sisterhood.” The Times, 1982. Published here for the first time.< Less
Cross & Crescent By John Zuyderduyn
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A frank discussion between a Christian and a Muslim, about Islam and Christianity, covering a wide range of subjects. Amazing insights!
Cross & Crescent By John Zuyderduyn
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A frank discussion between a Christian and a Muslim, about Islam and Christianity, covering a wide range of subjects. Amazing insights!
Crossing The Border By Isobel Baker
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Isobel Baker (1976-present) was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK and studied at Christchurch College, Canterbury. She is a writer and artist who suffers from a mental illness known as Borderline... More > Personality Disorder. Her poetry is written in the first person narrative and the protagonist is primarily herself. Her poems reflect her personal struggle for identity and give the reader insight and knowledge about her life and experiences. Writing has therapeutic purposes for Isobel. She wants a connection to be made with the reader through her poetry. She believes writing and reading poetry can help people feel better and gain greater insight into their lives. Isobel Baker's poetic voice is personal, clear and unrelenting. These poems represent her work from 1995-2008. "The search for self knowledge does not have to be indulgent, it can be illuminating" Isobel Baker Visit Isobel's web site: www.ShareMyThoughts.co.uk.< Less
Crossing The Border By Isobel Baker
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Isobel Baker (1976-present) was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK and studied at Christchurch College, Canterbury. She is a writer and artist who suffers from a mental illness known as Borderline... More > Personality Disorder. Her poetry is written in the first person narrative and the protagonist is primarily herself. Her poems reflect her personal struggle for identity and give the reader insight and knowledge about her life and experiences. Writing has therapeutic purposes for Isobel. She wants a connection to be made with the reader through her poetry. She believes writing and reading poetry can help people feel better and gain greater insight into their lives. Isobel Baker's poetic voice is personal, clear and unrelenting. These poems represent her work from 1995-2008. "The search for self knowledge does not have to be indulgent, it can be illuminating" Isobel Baker Visit Isobel's web site: www.ShareMyThoughts.co.uk.< Less
Crossing the River By Corin O'Brien
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ABOUT THE PAPERBACK -- special advance release, not yet available from bookstores: This is a story about complicated life encounters, and finding the strength to survive them. Mingling all things... More > Philadelphian with a literary heightening of the senses, it invites you to take part in the story yourself. If you have ever had a song move you, or experienced hurt, anger or love, this book is a journey you must take. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Corin O’Brien is a professional people-watcher. Her favorite place to observe is any large airport, but she could easily be lurking at your local shopping mall. With a keen eye she absorbs memorable snapshots of life, wherever music plays and people of interest roam. She writes about us from her home in Western Colorado. For a limited time only, this pre-publication edition is available exclusively at this Web location at a special introductory price. Broad availability from mainstream publishing industry channels is expected soon.< Less
Cross Out By Mark Connolly
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Detective Marsh Mysteries #2 Chicago Detectives Marsh and Grewecski race the clock to stop the increasing number of married women being murdered. Making it worse, the summer is filling up the beaches... More > while someone is trying to thin out the crowd with bullets. Terrific story ! Edgy, nervous, scary! DLF Review< Less
The Language of the Cross By Graham Jackman
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The Bible teaches, and Christians believe, that 'Christ died for our sins'. The question is, though, what does the word 'for' mean? How is it that his death affects the relationship of other men and... More > women to God? Graham Jackman looks at four of the traditional ways of understanding the death of Christ and then presents his own view of the Cross as God's ultimate way of addressing us and as our response to Him.< Less
Crossing Paths By Laurie Justus Pace
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This has been an incredible journey by two artists, Carol Spielman and Laurie Pace. Between them they share a passion for art, for painting and for horses. Each nurtures an inner calling to capture... More > the energy and the spirit of the horse as well as any other subject that emerges on the canvas. These two unique artists were brought together by a common gift; both are active in their communities, their state, and the United States, giving of their time and their art to different charities, fund raisers, schools and medical research. The two women show for the first time together in a summer show at the Rare Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming called CROSSING PATHS. This publication reflects the art that captures the energy and passion of the horse, elk, buffalo and moose. Thanks to Hollee and Rick Armstrong for the opportunity to present this show. The Rare Gallery offers to the Jackson Hole community some of the most talented artists from around the world.< Less
The Women's Den By Elizabeth g. Arthur
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“What's the difference between love and lust?” Louise slid some photographs across the bench. Her eyes dashed all over the man's images. Her fingers followed. “This is lust,... More > Chris.” Five women, living in a coastal holiday town, are at crossroads in their lives. Beneath their public faces lie fears, ambitions, truths, secrets. Gradually, their paths cross. Unlikely friendships form. Conformity is challenged. Brave and outrageous behaviour ensues. And one woman's final fate is sealed. There are risks you can't afford to take and there are risks you can't afford NOT to take.< Less