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The Unquiet

Author : Patricia Matthews
ISBN : 0727842196
Genre : Fiction
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Medium Alison Ord's seances are innocent enough until the spirits of the dead begin possessing her clients with sometimes terrifying results

The Unquiet

Author : Jeannine Garsee
ISBN : 9781599907413
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Over the summer, Rinn stopped taking her bi-polar meds and blames herself and the voices she heard for her grandmother's tragic death. To get a new start, Rinn and her mother are moving back to her mom's small hometown and Rinn has promised to never miss a pill again. The fresh start is just what Rinn needs. She falls in with the popular girls at her new school and she falls for very cute "farmer boy" Nate. But River Hills High School has a secret. The ghost of Annaliese, a girl who died when Rinn's mother was a student there, haunts a hallway the teens call The Tunnel. Rinn's not sure she believes it, but slowly Annaliese seems to be punishing those who enter the tunnel alone. A chorus soloist loses her voice, a star cheerleader falls off the pyramid, and then it gets worse-worse as in death. Rinn still doesn't know if Annaliese is real, and there's only one way to find out. Rinn needs to ditch her bi-polar meds again and see what the voices are really trying to say....

The Unquiet

Author : Ian Burgham
ISBN : 9781927443248
Genre : Poetry
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Ian Burgham’s poems are often as rugged and darkly haunted as the Scottish coasts some of them visit, and many concern personal loss and longing, while being capable as well of great tenderness. These are also the poems of an international traveler who brings a distinctive philosophical mind and visionary eye to bear simultaneously on what is impermanent and on what endures in the world’s geography.

Unquiet

Author : Zarina Patel
ISBN : 9966712313
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Makham Singh (-1973) was an Indian settler in Kenya, who became a founding father of the trade union movement, and a leading opponent of the colonial state. He is distinguished by his consciously multi-racialist politics and his indomitable spirit. Ahead of his times, Singh was extraordinarily immune from colour prejudice and religious intolerance. He refused to accept a trade union movement segregated by race and the colonial apartheid that reinforced a hierarchy of races between black Africans, Asians and whites in such humiliating fashion. Instead, he demonstrated that the liberation of Asians and Africans were inextricably linked, and that imperialism and colonialism are the enemies of all peoples, and should be met with non-violent resistance. These stances gained him remarkable popularity amongst the ordinary people. The author explores her subject's childhood in India, his life outside his political concerns, the evolution of his politics, personality, and his experiences in detention. The research documents a hitherto un-researched archive of Singh's private papers, housed at the University of Nairobi. The primary source material, evidenced throughout the work, dates from 1927. It includes the subject's correspondence, poetry, press cutting, statements, hand-written notes, campaign posters and photographs. The project took the author further afield ? to the northern border of India in Pakistan where Singh grew up; to Delhi, Jalhandar and Amritsar; and to Punjabi language sources.

The Unquiet

Author : J. D. Robb
ISBN : 9781101544433
Genre : Fiction
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Settle in for five startling tales of uncanny suspense and disquieting romance—including an In Death story featuring Lieutenant Eve Dallas from #1 New York Times bestselling author J. D. Robb. Eve and Rourke return to investigate the murders of a series of luckless indigents—and the strange connection to a brilliant young surgeon in J. D. Robb's "Chaos in Death." In Mary Blayney's "Her Greatest Pleasure," a shopkeeper's solitude is complicated by a magic coin, a daring rogue, and dreams of her late husband, who whispers but one word...wish. A lonely woman and a hotline psychic turn their astonishing connection to the other side into an unexpected romance in Patricia Gaffney's "Dear One." The shattered soul of an angry spirit imprisoned in a Scottish manor house could be a young widow's only salvation in Ruth Ryan Langan's "The Unforgiven." And in Mary Kay McComas's "His Brother's Keeper," a young ghost eases his brother's pain and guilt by inviting him into the dreams of an imaginative author of children's books. From the Paperback edition.

The Unquiet

Author : John Connolly
ISBN : 9781501122668
Genre : Fiction
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Includes an excerpt from A song of shadows.

Der Kollektor

Author : John Connolly
ISBN : 3548282733
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Unquiet

Author : Joseph Gollomb
ISBN : UOM:39015003688655
Genre : Fiction
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Unquiet A Novel

Author : Linn Ullmann
ISBN : 9780393609950
Genre : Fiction
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Praised across Scandinavia as a "literary masterpiece," "spellbinding," and "magnificent," Unquiet reflects on six taped conversations the author had with her father at the very end of his life. He is a renowned Swedish filmmaker and has a plan for everything. She is his daughter, the youngest of nine children. Every summer, since she was a little girl, she visits him at his beloved stony house surrounded by woods, poppies, and the Baltic sea. Now that she’s grown up and he’s in his late eighties, he envisions a book about old age. He worries that he’s losing his language, his memory, his mind. Growing old is hard work, he says. They will write it together. She will ask the questions. He will answer them. When she finally comes to the island, bringing her tape recorder with her, old age has caught up with him in ways neither could have foreseen. Unquiet follows the narrator as she unearths these taped conversations seven years later. Swept into memory, she reimagines the story of a father, a mother, and a girl—a child who can’t wait to grow up and parents who would rather be children. A heartbreaking and darkly funny depiction of the intricacies of family, Unquiet is an elegy of memory and loss, identity and art, growing up and growing old. Linn Ullmann nimbly blends memoir and fiction in her most inventive novel yet, weaving a luminous meditation on language, mourning, and the many narratives that make up a life.

The Unquiet Grave

Author : Palinurus
ISBN : 9781446545539
Genre : History
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

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