By MacKinlay Kantor
Pulitzer Prize-winning writer of Andersonville
GLORY FOR ME
A Novel in Verse
By MacKinlay Kantor
BASIS FOR THE MOVIE
THE most sensible YEARS OF OUR LIVES
It is seldom in time of conflict that an author, regardless of how emotionally conscious of what all of it capability, can write a booklet which expresses the sensation that motivates struggling with males. Why did it occur this fashion, why is it finishing this manner— what are we now that it's performed with, now that we're domestic? certainly, are we domestic, or are we in a boarding-house of bewilderment and wretchedly defeated reasons and understandings?
MacKinlay Kantor is one among America's best-known novelists. it would be stated that if any writer may well write that booklet Kantor stands out as the one for the task, however it takes greater than mere specialist writing ability to accomplish this kind of significant accomplishment. It takes understanding born of motion and chance and keenly felt wisdom. Such knowledge MacKinlay Kantor has stumbled on, and in his novel of conflict and its males, Glory for Me, he has entirely expressed it.
Well above the draft age, and physically unacceptable to the military, Kantor intensely felt the necessity to sign up for his more youthful fellows in a roundabout way; indirectly he needed to be part of the risk, the horror, the dignity of this warfare. He discovered his chance as a warfare correspondent. As such, established in England, he flew in wrestle with the U. S. Air Forces and the R.A.F. over enemy territory into flak and hearth. As such he realized to understand the battling males whose consistent significant other, buddy and fellow-in-war he used to be for lots of months. For the identical of a go away Kantor got here again to the us, and what crammed his brain and his middle and his strategies needed to locate expression in a publication, that's Glory for Me.
Glory for Me is an easy novel—about 3 provider males, honorably discharged for clinical motives, who return domestic to an identical city the place in peacetime that they had now not recognized one another. Now they understand each other, and during them we all know them and their city and our state and warfare and peace and man.
Glory for Me is a countrywide epic, informed in language of the typical guy, in language of the poet: instructed as merely an American may possibly inform it.
By Frank Rockland
Inspector Andrew MacNutt of the kingdom Police’s mystery carrier, his spouse Katherine, and count number Jaggi recognize, given that they have been there within the analyzing room while the hearth started.
Ever because the battle all started MacNutt has been suffering to safe Canada’s borders opposed to acts of sabotage equipped by way of German army attachés established in long island urban. the good news is that the americans have ultimately ordered them again to Germany. The undesirable information is that Berlin has despatched one in every of their top operatives, count number Jaggi, to interchange them.
Using his conceal as a Belgian aid consultant, count number Jaggi visits Ottawa, the place he meets and is drawn to Katherine, who's aiding him arrange an area fundraiser.
Unaware that Inspector MacNutt has intercepted his mystery messages and is scorching on his path, count number Jaggi takes a last journey to Ottawa to determine Katherine, with tragic consequences.
By Barbara Reichmuth Geisler
By Jacqueline Andrews
By Frederick Brogger
By Anne Perry
Un cadáver sin identificar, un escalofriante asesinato, un crimen movido por los angeles pasión y el brillante escenario de l. a. Inglaterra victoriana son los ingredientes de este nuevo desafío para el inspector Thomas Pitt.
La vigésima novela de los angeles serie del inspector Pitt
El inspector Thomas Pitt no puede identificar de inmediato a qué estrato social pertenece un hombre cuyo cadáver ha sido encontrado en una barca totalmente a los angeles deriva en el Támesis, pero los angeles visión es imborrable: yace en una embarcación destartalada, con brazos y piernas encadenados, ataviado con un vestido de mujer desgarrado y rodeado de guirnaldas de flores. ¿Se trata, como teme Pitt, de un diplomático francés desaparecido? ¿O tan solo de alguien que se le parece extraordinariamente? l. a. exhaustiva investigación de Pitt le obliga a adentrarse en el mundo bohemio londinense, desde los ambientes de teatro hasta los estudios donde los maestros de l. a. luz y los angeles sombra experimentan con el fascinante y nuevo arte de los angeles fotografía.
Una vez más, Anne Perry ahonda en los crímenes movidos por los angeles pasión y nos ofrece un brillante retrato de los angeles sociedad londinense victoriana: resonar de cascos de caballos sobre los adoquines, elegantes salones de té, escándalos inconfesables, secretos de alcoba y, en fin, el fuerte latido de una ciudad esplendorosa.
La crítica ha dicho...
«Sugerente... Impactante... El desarrollo es pura tensión, con giros inesperados y con los angeles pulcritud y los angeles inteligencia que hacen de Perry l. a. reina del misterio histórico inglés.»
The Chicago Tribune
By Chris LaFata
"This is a premise that might draw humans in and it's totally attention-grabbing. The characters are likable and it will get correct to the motion… the mix of heritage and time shuttle and fascinating discussion in an upbeat sort has whetted my urge for food to learn more." - Amazon leap forward Novel Award specialist Reviewer
Former heritage professor John Curry has been recruited via a time-travel corporation to scout the easiest vantage element for consumers to witness the inauguration of the 1st President of the us. there is only one challenge: whilst he arrives in 1789, there is not any inauguration—and no usa. till this element, the time-travel task has had its perks. Getting dating recommendation from the mythical lover, Casanova, used to be helpful. Accompanying Casanova to the hole evening of Mozart's opera, Don Giovanni, was once even higher.
But being stranded within the British Colony of latest York isn't really what he signed up for. Few humans have even heard of George Washington, and the short-lived American Revolution failed—presumably simply because Washington wasn't alive to steer it. John continuously knew historical past may swap on a dime, yet no longer after it already occurred. Right?
After studying Washington was once killed thirty years previous through the French and Indian battle, John realizes the single approach he can go back house is to make sure there is a usa to come to. every thing hinges on conserving Washington alive—not the best activity retaining somebody recognized for best battles at the entrance strains whereas perched on a horse. whereas touring extra again via time to guard Washington, he unravels a secret the Freemasons have saved mystery for greater than and a part centuries and learns that the heritage he notion he knew used to be thoroughly wrong.
By Christine Malgorn,Bricia Rembotte
La shock et l'effroi sont grands lorsqu'un chrétien, un Maronite, est retrouvé mort dans le quartier juif du Damas de 1875. l. a. ville a connu des bains de sang pour moins que ça. Mais surtout, comble du cynisme, l. a. victime est affublée d'un pendentif, une petite major de Fatma, porte-bonheur aussi bien pour les Juifs que pour les musulmans. On y a dessiné une colombe aux pattes liées et inscrit l. a. Tefilah Haderech, l. a. prière du voyageur, sinistre façon de souhaiter à l'âme du mort un " bon voyage vers l'au-delà".
Le jeune Gaël de Carné, interprète au consulat de France à Damas, est chargé de l'enquête par le consul, les Maronites étant placés sous sa defense. Cette research policière est pour lui une expérience nouvelle dont il mesure pleinement les enjeux et à laquelle il va consacrer tous ses skills. Elle va l'entraîner bien plus loin qu'il ne l'escomptait, jusqu'à Jaffa et Jérusalem dans cette Palestine peu connue où s'installaient déjà les premiers colons juifs.
D'autres meurtres viennent corser l'affaire tandis que l'éventail des suspects s'élargit: l. a. belle Yehudith Arari, son mari, le troublant Moshe Arari, des musulmans de Damas, un marchand grec, mais aussi des Russes dont le jeune Gaël de Carné découvrent qu'ils s'emploient à "coloniser" los angeles Palestine de l'époque autant que les Juifs.
By Ellen Marie Wiseman
On a summer season night in 1931, Lilly Blackwood glimpses circus lighting from the dirty window of her attic bed room. Lilly isn’t allowed to discover the meadows round Blackwood Manor. She’s by no means even ventured past her slim room. Momma insists it’s for Lilly’s personal defense, that individuals will be afraid in the event that they observed her. yet in this unforgettable evening, Lilly is taken open air for the 1st time—and offered to the circus sideshow.
More than twenty years later, nineteen-year-old Julia Blackwood has inherited her mom and dad’ property and horse farm. For Julia, domestic was once an unsatisfied position jam-packed with strict principles and forbidden rooms, and he or she hopes that returning may erase these painful stories. as an alternative, she turns into immersed in a secret related to a hidden attic room and images of circus scenes that includes a extraordinary younger girl.
At first, The Barlow Brothers’ Circus is simply one other felony for Lilly. yet during this rag-tag, occasionally brutal global, Lilly discovers power, friendship, and a unprecedented affinity for animals. quickly, due to elephants Pepper and JoJo and their handler, Cole, Lilly is not any longer a sideshow spectacle however the circus’s greatest charm. . .until tragedy and cruelty collide. it is going to fall to Julia to benefit the reality approximately Lilly’s destiny and her family’s surprising betrayal, and give you the option to make Blackwood Manor right into a position of therapeutic at last.
Moving among Julia and Lilly’s tales, Ellen Marie Wiseman portrays notable, very diversified ladies in a unique that, whereas soft and heartbreaking, deals moments of pleasure and indomitable hope.
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“Wiseman deals heartbreaking and traditionally exact depictions. . .The richly built coal city acts as a separate, advanced personality; readers probably want to glance away at the same time they're drawn right into a robust quest for goal and redemption. . .a strong story.” —Publishers Weekly
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“Heartrending and strongly drawn.” —Booklist
“Ellen Marie Wiseman takes readers deep into the politics and hidden atrocities of a 20th-century Pennsylvania mining town.” —BookPage.com
WHAT SHE LEFT BEHIND
“A nice coming-of-age story.” —School Library Journal
“A nice read!” —The San Francisco ebook Review
THE PLUM TREE
“The meticulous handmade aspect and emotional depth of The Plum Tree immersed me in Germany in the course of its darkest hours and the ordeals its voters needed to face. A must-read for WWII Fiction aficionados—and any reader who loves a transporting story.” —Jenna Blum, New York Times bestselling writer of Those Who shop Us
“Ellen Marie Wiseman weaves a narrative of intrigue, terror, and love from a viewpoint hardly ever obvious in Holocaust novels.” —Jewish booklet World
“Ellen Marie Wiseman’s provocative and real looking photos of a small German village are beautiful. The Plum Tree will locate reliable corporation at the cabinets of these who liked Skeletons on the Feast, via Chris Bohjalian, Sarah’s Key, by means of Tatiana de Rosnay, and Night, via Elie Wiesel.” —New York magazine of Books
By Alyssa Maxwell
protecting a polo fit for the Observer, Emma’s task is to consider the true gamers off the field—Newport’s well-bred elite. however the trendy façade is breached whilst a girl in gaudy garments creates a scene not easy to talk to the spouse of Senator George Wetmore—until she is escorted off the grounds through the police.
the following morning, police detective Jesse Whyte asks Emma to satisfy him on the Wetmores’ Bellevue road domestic, Chateau sur Mer, the place the senator’s spouse, Edith, has mysteriously requested to determine her. Upon getting into the mansion, Emma is faced with against the law scene—the intruder from the polo fit lies lifeless on the foot of a grand staircase.
to prevent scandal, Edith Wetmore implores Emma to take advantage of her reporter talents and her discretion to enquire. whilst Emma learns the sufferer used to be a prostitute—and pregnant—she wonders if the senator was once being blackmailed. As Emma peels again layers of deception and family members secrets and techniques, she could have met her fit in a determined killer who will trample an individual who will get within the way...
Praise for Alyssa Maxwell and her Gilded Newport Mysteries!
MURDER AT tough POINT
“Pleasantly twisty . . . will attract enthusiasts of atmospheric kingdom condo mysteries.” —Publishers Weekly
“Emma is an engaging, self sufficient profession girl during this enjoyable first-person account that comes with well-drawn characters.” —Booklist
“The characters are enjoyable, the discussion is either fascinating and clever, however the surroundings that makes up that extravagant period of time in New England quite is the gem in those excellent tales.” —Suspense Magazine
MURDER AT BEECHWOOD
“Another unique access during this comfortable series.” —Library Journal
“Several cuts above the standard feisty heroine story; it presents an outstanding photograph of lifestyles one of the privileged—and not-so-privileged—classes in Gilded Newport.” —San Jose Mercury News
MURDER AT MARBLE HOUSE
“Maxwell’s moment access has a reputable secret, solved by means of a feminine detective who’s likeable.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Maxwell back deftly weaves fictional and real-life characters into her story.” —Publishers Weekly
MURDER on the BREAKERS
“A promising begin to an enticing secret sequence jam-packed with clever observations.” —Library Journal
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“Will preserve you guessing.” —Historical Novels Reviews