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📒The Trespasser ✍ Tana French
✏The Trespasser Book Summary : New York Times bestselling author Tana French is “required reading for anyone who appreciates tough, unflinching intelligence and ingenious plotting” (The New York Times). She “inspires cultic devotion in readers . . . (The New Yorker) and is “the most important crime novelist to emerge in the past 10 years” (Washington Post). “Atmospheric and unputdownable.” – People An Amazon Best Book of the Year In bestselling Tana French’s newest “tour de force,”* being on the Murder squad is nothing like Detective Antoinette Conway dreamed it would be. Her partner, Stephen Moran, is the only person who seems glad she’s there. The rest of her working life is a stream of thankless cases, vicious pranks, and harassment. Antoinette is savagely tough, but she’s getting close to the breaking point. Their new case looks like yet another by-the-numbers lovers’ quarrel gone bad. Aislinn Murray is blond, pretty, groomed to a shine, and dead in her catalogue-perfect living room, next to a table set for a romantic dinner. There’s nothing unusual about her—except that Antoinette’s seen her somewhere before. And that her death won’t stay in its neat by-numbers box. Other detectives are trying to push Antoinette and Steve into arresting Aislinn’s boyfriend, fast. There’s a shadowy figure at the end of Antoinette's road. Aislinn's friend is hinting that she knew Aislinn was in danger. And everything they find out about Aislinn takes her further from the glossy, passive doll she seemed to be. Antoinette knows the harassment has turned her paranoid, but she can’t tell just how far gone she is. Is this case another step in the campaign to force her off the squad, or are there darker currents flowing beneath its polished surface?
📒The Trespasser ✍ D. H. Lawrence
✏The Trespasser Book Summary : A sparkling work by Lawrence, The trespasser is the work of a youthful mind. Revolving around the life of a musician, the tale relates the ups and downs in his life and the turmoil that are faced by him. Brilliant character portrayal and a well-knitted plot engross the readers.
📒Dropping Out The Trespasser Killer ✍ Ned Johnson
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📒The Trespasser ✍ D.H. Lawrence
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📒Essentials Of Torts ✍ William P. Statsky
✏Essentials of Torts Book Summary : This comprehensive 2nd edition provides a condensed version of Statsky's "Personal Injury Litigation, 4th Edition." It provides an overview of the law of torts with a focus on the paralegal role in tort litigation. In this 2nd edition, the basics of tort law are examined and additional case studies have been provided to offer insight into some of the current "hot topic" legal issues. There is a greater attention to the role of constitutional law, particularly in the areas of civil rights, defamation, invasion of privacy, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. These tools also serve as a helpful on-the-job refresher for anyone working in the law of torts.ALSO AVAILABLE - INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENT:Instructor's Guide (ISBN# 0-7668-1158-1).Call Customer Support to Order.
📒The Trespasser ✍ Melvin Weiser
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📒Destinies Of Splendor ✍ Douglas Wuchina
✏Destinies of Splendor Book Summary : Frieda Lawrence once remarked, -Nobody seems to have an idea of the quality of Lawrence's and my relationship, the essence of it.... The deep attraction was there and that was what counts.- This insightful and original study investigates how one of the finest literary minds of the twentieth century experienced deep sexual attraction. In close readings of all of D. H. Lawrence's major novels, Douglas Wuchina charts the growth of sexual attraction between Lawrencian couples as it affects both body and spirit. The theoretical framework is not Foucault's or Lacan's or Bakhtin's but Lawrence's own, with frequent reference to his innovative theory of the chakras and his rejection of modern partnership marriage in favor of -blood- attraction. Drawing on a variety of sources, psychological and sexological in addition to literary - this is one of the first studies to make extensive use of revealing drafts that have only recently become available in the Cambridge edition of Lawrence's works - "Destinies of Splendor" persuasively argues that the familiar strategies of Freudian pathologization and feminist denigration of Lawrence are not viable and that it is possible to reaffirm Lawrence's romantically sensitive vision of the sexual bond between man and woman."
📒The Trespasser ✍ David Herbert Lawrence
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📒Waves Seagulls And Other Heart Sounds ✍ Cynthia Anne Forcey
✏Waves Seagulls and Other Heart Sounds Book Summary : Poetry is the beginning of all feeling. It celebrates you, cries for you, needs, pleads, bleeds, and wants for you. Poetry explains for you, loves for you, and it wishes and hopes for you. It can move mountains or lock doors. Poetry is fascination, liberation, annihilation, consolation, elation, aggravation, jubilation, communication, and humiliation. It can be the dance that never ends. It feels for you out loud. Poetry is you exclamation point! Poetry can be the beginning or the ending, and everything in between. Cynthia Forcey
📒The Trespasser Large Print ✍ David Herbert Lawrence
✏The Trespasser Large Print Book Summary : The theatre-goers were tired, and life drained rapidly out of the opera-house. The members of the orchestra rose, laughing, mingling their weariness with good wishes for the holiday, with sly warning and suggestive advice, pressing hands warmly ere they disbanded. Other years Siegmund had lingered, unwilling to take the long farewell of his associates of the orchestra. Other years he had left the opera-house with a little pain of regret. Now he laughed, and took his comrades' hands, and bade farewells, all distractedly, and with impatience. The theatre, awesome now in its emptiness, he left gladly, hastening like a flame stretched level on the wind.