When Kaspar the cat first arrived at London’s Savoy Hotel, it was Johnny Trott who carried him in. But when tragedy befalls the Countess during her stay, Kaspar becomes more than Johnny’s responsibility: Kaspar is Johnny’s new cat, and his new best friend.
For the past several years, the world has had glimpses of a royal romance well documented by the media. Now the fairy-tale, royal wedding is history, and a new prince has recently been born to this young couple. Katie Nicholl's biography gives readers a thorough look at the young woman known simply as Kate. She is a duchess, the wife of a soon-to-be king, and a future Queen Mother. This book very ably answers the question: Who is Kate?
Emma has refused to remarry since her daughter Katie's daett died soon after she was born. When widower Jesse Mast calls for Mamm's hand in marriage, Katie hopes to move into a new phase of life and leave the old "Emma Raber's daughter" behind. But Emma is having none of it, and Katie must consider abandoning all hope of ever changing her mamm's bitterness or of ever having popular Ben Yoder notice her.
Katie Raber is trying to put her life back together after Ben Stoll's devastating betrayal of her love. When she is baptized into the church, she receives a surprising offer that will keep her close to her Amish community---much to her mother's delight. In book 3 of the Emma Raber's Daughter series, Amish fiction author Jerry Eicher brings the faith-filled journey of Katie Raber to its happy conclusion.
In book two of Amish fiction author Jerry S. Eicher's new Emma Raber's Daughter series, Katie Raber's journey of discovery continues after her mamm's marriage to Jesse Mast. Drawn back from the Mennonite world briefly by the miracle of Mamm's changed heart, Katie finds she can't totally abandon her new Mennonite friends.
A multi-threat entertainer, Kay Thompson was a friend, mentor and/or inspiration to Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Lena Horne, Tennessee Williams, Marilyn Monroe, Bette Davis, Eleanor Roosevelt and countless others. Sam Irvin tells the Eloise author’s fabulous, whirlwind story.
In MAKING TOAST, Roger Rosenblatt shared the story of his family in the days and months after the death of his 38-year-old daughter, Amy. Now, in KAYAK MORNING, he offers a personal meditation on grief itself.
A riveting novel drawn from actual events, KBL: KILL BIN LADEN brings to life the drama behind SEAL Team 6's stunning raid that brought about the long-awaited destruction of the 21st century's most ruthless killer.
After surviving the private and public fallout from a one-night stand four years before, St. Louis DA Jack Hilliard wants nothing more than to be trusted again by his wife and to earn back the respect of the community he serves. But all of Jack's efforts begin to crumble when the woman involved in his earlier downfall returns to town claiming threats on her life and asking for his help.
Your writer, in conjuring this tale of murder, adultery, incest, ghosts, redemption and remorse, takes you first to a daffodil-filled garden in Highgate, North London, where, just outside the kitchen window, something startling shimmers on the very edges of perception. Fluttering and chattering, these are our kehua---a whole multiplying flock of Maori spirits (all will be explained) goaded into wakefulness by the conversation within.
When her neighbor’s fifteen-year-old nephew goes missing, Sonia is the last person that anyone would suspect. At forty-three, she is a strikingly attractive wife and mother. And like the River House, her lovely home overlooking the Thames, Sonia’s life is a picture of perfection and normalcy --- until she meets Jez. From the moment he shows up on Sonia’s doorstep, the gorgeous teenage boy awakens a torrent of memories that threaten to reveal a terrifying truth.
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