One Last Look

One Last Look Author Linda Lael Miller
ISBN-10 9780743470513
Release 2006-11-28
Pages 400
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Preparing for the birth of their first child, attorney Clare Westbrook and homicide detective Tony Sonterra start a new life in a small Arizona town only to find themselves drawn into a dangerous mystery.



Last Look

Last Look Author Mariah Stewart
ISBN-10 0345500172
Release 2007-05-29
Pages 384
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From New York Times bestselling author Mariah Stewart comes a novel of sexy romantic suspense for fans of Nora Roberts, Catherine Coulter, and Karen Robards. THE TRUTH WON’T STAY BURIED. News that the body of a recently murdered prostitute–stabbed repeatedly and dumped on Georgia’s Shelter Island–has been identified as Shannon Randall stuns the FBI, particularly special agent Dorsey Collins. Twenty-four years ago, nineteen-year-old Eric Louis Beale was convicted and later executed for Shannon’ s murder–and the agent in charge of the case was Dorsey’s father. Now Dorsey is determined to find out where her father’s investigation went wrong, what part he played in the death of an innocent man, and where Shannon has been all this time. The heat is on FBI special agent Andrew Shields to discover what happened to Shannon on that night decades ago–to find out who killed her and why. Dorsey shadows Andrew’s every investigative move, hoping to redeem her father’s reputation and capture a cunning killer. Together, Dorsey and Andrew unravel a shocking mystery that will shatter one family and rock an entire town. BONUS: This edition includes an excerpt from Mariah Stewart's Last Words.



Last Look

Last Look Author Clyde Robert Bulla
ISBN-10 0140367330
Release 1995-02-01
Pages 71
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Monica doesn't particularly like the new girl at school, but when she receives a mysterious note stating that Rhoda is in danger she must make a decision whether to help or not.



A Last Look Back

A Last Look Back Author John E. Easley
ISBN-10 UOM:39015071173085
Release 1985
Pages 48
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A last look

A last look Author Tess Johnston
ISBN-10 9627872016
Release 1993
Pages 111
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Transatlantic Wanderings or a Last Look at the United States

Transatlantic Wanderings  or  a Last Look at the United States Author John W. OLDMIXON
ISBN-10 BL:A0017998813
Release 1855
Pages 189
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Last Look

Last Look Author Charles Burns
ISBN-10 9780375715174
Release 2016-10-04
Pages 176
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"A compilation of the author's three previous graphic novels"--



Last Look at the Old Met

Last Look at the Old Met Author Judith S. Clancy
ISBN-10 0912184108
Release 1969
Pages 50
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One Last Look

One Last Look Author Susanna Moore
ISBN-10 9780307826596
Release 2012-07-04
Pages 304
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Calcutta in 1836: an uneasy mix of two worlds–the patient, implacably unchangeable India and the tableau vivant of English life created of imperialism’s desperation. This is where Lady Eleanor, her sister Harriet, and her brother, Henry–the newly appointed Governor-General of the colony–arrive after a harrowing sea journey “from Heaven, across the world, to Hell.” But none of them will find India hellish in anticipated ways, and some–including Harriet and, against her better judgment, Eleanor–will find an irresistible and endlessly confounding heaven. In Lady Eleanor–whose story is based on actual diaries–we have a keenly intelligent and observant narrator. Her descriptions of her profoundly unfamiliar world are vivid and sensual. The stultifying heat, the sensuous relief of the monsoon rains, the aromas and colors of the gardens and marketplaces, the mystifying grace and silence of the Indians themselves all come to rich life on the page. When she, Harriet, Henry, and ten thousand soldiers and servants make a three-year trek to the Punjab from Calcutta under Henry’s failing leadership, Eleanor’s impressions of the people and landscape are deepened, charged by her own revulsion and exaltation: “My life,” she says, “once a fastidious nibble, has turned into an endless disorderly feast.” Harriet, whose passivity conceals a dazed openness to the true India, and Henry, with his frightened adherence to the crumbling ideals of empire, become foils to Eleanor’s slow but inexorable seduction. Historically precise, gorgeously evocative, banked with the heat of unbidden desires, One Last Look is a mesmerizing tale of the complex lure of the exotic and the brazen failure of imperialism–both political and personal. It is a powerful confirmation of Susanna Moore’s remarkable gifts.



The Last Look A Tale of the Spanish Inquisition

The Last Look  A Tale of the Spanish Inquisition Author William Henry Giles Kingston
ISBN-10 9781465596826
Release 1869
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The beauty of Seville is proverbial. ÒWho has not seen Seville, has not seen a wonder of loveliness,Ó say the Spaniards. They are proud indeed of Seville, as they are of everything else belonging to them, and of themselves especially, often with less reason. We must carry the reader back about three hundred years, to a beautiful mansion not far from the banks of the famed Guadalquiver. In the interior were two courts, open to the sky. Round the inner court were marble pillars richly carved and gilt, supporting two storeys of galleries; and in the centre a fountain threw up, as high as the topmost walls, a bright jet of water, which fell back in sparkling spray into an oval tank below, full of many-coloured fish. In the court, at a sufficient distance from the fountain to avoid its spray, which, falling around, increased the delicious coolness of the air, sat a group of ladies employed in working tapestry, the colours they used being of those bright dyes which the East alone could at that time supply. The only person who was moving was a young girl, who was frolicking round the court with a little dog, enticed to follow her by a coloured ball, which she kept jerking, now to one side, now to the other, laughing as she did so at the animalÕs surprise, in all the joyousness of innocent youth. She had scarcely yet reached that age when a girl has become conscious of her charms and her power over the sterner sex. The ladies were conversing earnestly together, thinking, it was evident, very little of their work, when a servant appearing announced the approach of Don Gonzales Munebrega, Bishop of Tarragona. For the peculiar virtues he possessed in the eye of the supreme head of his Church, he was afterwards made Archbishop of the same see. Uneasy glances were exchanged among the ladies; but they had scarcely time to speak before a dignified-looking ecclesiastic entered the court, followed by two inferior priests. One of the ladies, evidently the mistress of the house, advanced to meet him, and after the usual formal salutations had been exchanged, he seated himself on a chair which was placed for him by her side, at a distance from the rest of the party, who were joined, however, by the two priests. The young girl no sooner caught sight of the Bishop from the farther end of the hall, where the little dog had followed her among the orange trees, than all trace of her vivacity disappeared.



One Last Look

One Last Look Author Jennifer Carol
ISBN-10 1625106602
Release 2013-07
Pages 224
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There was a very thin book shoved in between two thick dictionaries...The amount of dust across the shelf from it was considerably thinner than all the other books..I traced my finger along the binding and pulled it slowly from the shelf. The thing was pretty much a regular notebook, accept the pages were made of thick paper, and it had no lines. I opened the front cover and looked at the page. Three words were elegantly inscribed in small print at the bottom. 'Diary' 'Thomas Homme' After moving to Minnesota Emma Miller thinks that the worst of her problems are going to be trying to fit into a new school, and trying to get along with her new family life. Little did she know that when she began reading the journal of the house's previous owner that she and her step-brother Parker would be taken into a different world. Forced to leave their family behind they are brought deeper and deeper into the lives of a hidden group of fictional characters, that Emma previously didn't believe in, that has been fighting one another for centuries. And in the end Emma's decision comes down to this; does she choose to remain alive, or does she sacrifice herself to save the people she loves?



The last look

The last look Author Mark Van Doren
ISBN-10 UOM:39015030715042
Release 1937
Pages 138
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An Tamharc Deireannach The Last Look

An Tamharc Deireannach   The Last Look Author Colette Ní Ghallchóir
ISBN-10 1851321039
Release 2014
Pages 128
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In this wide-ranging bilingual collection, Ni Ghallchoir s poetry is translated by such leading writers as Maire Mhac an tSaoi, Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill, Joan Newmann, Kate Newmann, Frank Sewell, Celia de Freine, and Gabriel Rosenstock."



37 39

 37  39 Author Kate Caffrey
ISBN-10 UOM:39015031904850
Release 1978
Pages 175
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The Last Look Out

The Last Look Out Author Aaron Rote
ISBN-10 OCLC:635550358
Release 2010
Pages
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Fit at Last

Fit at Last Author Ken Blanchard
ISBN-10 1459673778
Release 2014-01
Pages 224
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Megaselling author Ken Blanchard shares his own story of how - after countless failed attempts - he finally was able to break his cycle of weight gain at age 73, losing over 30 pounds and shedding five inches from his waistline. Ken and his trainer Tim Kearin share techniques that any person can use to get started, overcome obstacles, establish new habits, and enjoy lasting success in becoming healthy and fit in middle age or older age.



The last look

The last look Author Candida Clark
ISBN-10 UOM:39015046878107
Release 1998-06-30
Pages 181
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