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No Room For Regret

Author : Janeen Ann O'Connell
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London, 1811 Chained below deck, 18-year-old James Tedder listens to the sobs of his fellow prisoners. Putting his hand over his nose to filter the vile smells, James wonders how life on the other side of the world could ever be worth living. London, 1812 Sarah Blay watches the convict ship Indefatigable begin its voyage to the other side of the world with her husband, and his friend James Tedder, on board. One year later, Sarah bundles up her three small sons and says a final goodbye to her mother, and follows her husband to Van Diemen's Land on a dangerous journey that will take fourteen long months. Will Sarah regret her decision, and will any of them survive? This is the clear print edition of No Room for Regret, with a 14pt font size for easier reading.

No Room For Regret Cullen Bartlett Dynasty Book 1

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London, 1811 Chained below deck, 18-year-old James Tedder listens to the sobs of his fellow prisoners. Putting his hand over his nose to filter the vile smells, James wonders how life on the other side of the world could ever be worth living. London, 1812 Sarah Blay watches the convict ship Indefatigable begin its voyage to the other side of the world with her husband, and his friend James Tedder, on board. One year later, Sarah bundles up her three small sons and says a final goodbye to her mother, and follows her husband to Van Diemen's Land on a dangerous journey that will take fourteen long months. Will Sarah regret her decision, and will any of them survive?

The Conviction Of Hope

Author : Janeen Ann O'Connell
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When James Bryan Cullen takes on convict transportee Elizabeth Bartlett in 1796 as a housekeeper, his challenge is to convince her that life on Norfolk Island is worth living. But how do you come back from being wrongly accused of a crime, then exiled to the other side of the world? He is thirty-two years older, transported on the First Fleet, long a free man, a constable, a landowner. She's pregnant, her life such as it was, in tatters. With nothing to lose, Elizabeth settles into an existence as a convict slave, waiting for her master to expect more than cleaning and cooking. But is Cullen the gentle soul he appears to be, and in a society that treats her as worthless, should Elizabeth dare to hope?

Any Room At The Top?

Author : Isobel Allen
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This is a condensed version of the author's report Doctors and their careers, published concurrently, 1988.

No Time To Regret

Author : Lynne List
ISBN : 9781480898868
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Bob Ruthers is leading the life he always dreamed. He has a loving wife, a wonderful daughter and a beautiful home in the suburbs of Long Island. He is proud that he has steadily advanced in life, and he is enjoying all the benefits of his success. He believes that nothing can mar his happiness until suddenly, an unexpected occurrence threatens the things he has taken for granted and cherishes. Memories are revived of a long-suppressed event, an illicit affair, which, if revealed, could destroy everything he holds dear and compromise all that he values. Bob is faced with the most difficult decision of his life. Should he admit to the secret he has been guarding all these years? Should he confide in his wife? Will she hate him? Should he protect his family at the expense of others? He realizes that his decision might destroy someone’s life. But who should it be? Should he destroy a life to protect his own? This compelling story highlights a human moral dilemma. Can we divorce ourselves from the unforeseen consequences of our past actions, or must we accept responsibility for them regardless of the cost?

The Evangelical Repository

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Regret No More

Author : Seb Kirby
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No one can escape from the past. James Blake and his family were safe and secure – until he received a phone call that could mean only one thing: their enemies knew where they were. A stolen Picasso lies at the heart of an international conspiracy that reaches into the life of a prominent US politician, with devastating consequences not only for him but for anybody who happens to be caught up in the crime. Wolfgang Heller, a ruthless assassin, is seeking to eliminate those who have any knowledge of the theft. James must come out of hiding and face the threats to his family by putting his life, and the life of his brother Miles, on the line. The scintillating thriller of murder, corruption and conspiracy, and second in the James Blake series, perfect for fans of Harlan Coben, Dan Brown and Daniel Silva.

No Regrets

Author : Ace Frehley
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Born into a regular Bronx family, and inspired by the likes of Hendrix, Led Zepellin, and the Kinks, Ace Frehley first picked up his brother's guitar at the age of 12. He had already performed in a number of bands when, in January 1973, he auditioned for an ad that read: "Guitarist wanted with flash and balls." Within a week he was invited to join - the band was KISS. Frehley explains how the band developed their style in the early days, making their own clothes, wearing make-up and platform shoes. Ace himself even designed the band's double lightning bolt logo. Before long his persona "the Spaceman" was born and the familiar KISS look established - almost overnight they left behind 1,500 seater theatres in the Midwest and were playing sold-out stadiums around the world. Life in KISS was a whirlwind of accidents, overdoses and excess. Ace partied with the likes of John Belushi and Nic Nolte and enjoyed the seemingly endless supply of fringe benefits that came from being in one of the most successful bands in the history of rock 'n' roll. But soon problems with substance abuse would lead to his leaving the band in 1982, before returning for a second tenure in 1996. Ace in the Hole is the story of KISS but much more than that - it's the story of a kid from the Bronx who found purpose and salvation through music and rose to the top. It's the story of a guy who lived life to the fullest and almost forfeited his life as a result. And ultimately it's a survival story - Ace is alive and kicking, still making music and influencing a new generation of guitarists.

Stories Of A Lifetime

Author : Thomas Mann
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Black Edelweiss

Author : Johann Voss
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When a 20-year old Waffen-SS veteran of two years' combat against the Soviets and Americans is confronted with the awful, undeniable truth of the Holocaust, he must reconcile it with his pride in his comrades' battlefield sacrifices. The author served in SS Mountain Infantry Regiment 11 Reinhard Heydrich, part of 6th SS Mountain Division Nord. The book is mostly an account of his extensive combat service against the Soviets in northern Karelia and Finland, with a shorter section describing combat against the Americans in the Vosges and in the Saar-Moselle triangle. Voss reflects on the totality of his wartime experiences, from the origins of his reasons for enlisting in the Waffen-SS to his experiences in US captivity. The result is a compelling and honest account.

No Regrets

Author : Hamilton Beazley
ISBN : 0471481793
Genre : Psychology
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At last, freedom from burdensome regrets Everyone has regrets. But not everyone can overcome them, even whenthey interfere with the enjoyment of life. With this book as yourguide, you'll learn how to let go of past mistakes, lostopportunities, and failed expectations to live richly in a presentfilled with hope and new possibilities. This wise, compassionate, and practical guide offers profoundinsights into the nature of regrets and how to overcome them.Grounded in proven psychotherapeutic and spiritual principles, NoRegrets brings together the insights of mental healthprofessionals, spiritual teachers, and self-help experts. In No Regrets, you'll find: * A structured ten-step program for letting go of burdensomeregrets * Powerful spiritual and psychological tools for overcoming regret,including creative visualization, journaling, affirmations, thoughtanalysis, meditation, and sharing with others * Insights into toxic thought patterns that create and supportregrets * Persistent myths about forgiveness that keep us trapped in ourregrets * Inspiring stories of people who have freed themselves fromregret No Regrets will show you a way out of the pain, guilt, and shame ofthe past and how to create a rich and rewarding life in thepresent. "Hamilton Beazley has the distinct ability to understand the mostcomplex inner workings of the human spirit and mind. No Regrets isdestined to take its place alongside the other great self-helpguides of our time." -Howard J. Shaffer, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Director Division on Addictions, Harvard Medical School

Regret The Dark Hour

Author : Richard Hood
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When Nole Darlen kills his father—the man who has built the largest house anyone in these East Tennessee hills has ever seen—the single resounding gunshot sets up a dark patchwork of memory and expectation that gathers-up townspeople, hill-folks, lovers and outlaws. Here is a tangled tale involving the dead man’s wife, neighbor Burlton Hobbes, desperado Jem Craishot, and a grizzled muskrat-trapper named Hogeye. Central to the story is a pistol that Nole Darlen has taken from a card game the night before the murder. The pistol becomes a totem to Nole, an embodiment of the frustrations and failures that have dogged his life. He envies and fears the outlaw, Jem Craishot, wishing he, too, could be “fearsome,” but descends, instead, into cowardice and betrayal. Eventually, the gun becomes a central element of the novel’s twisted story, a talisman of murder, and a key to the book’s shocking ending. Richard Hood brings to bear his deep roots in rural East Tennessee. The plots and subplots of Regret the Dark Hour are based on true stories. The house still exists, the patricide really happened, the outlaw—Jem Craishot—is based upon the legendary Kinny Wagner, whose exploits derive from this time and region. The novel’s social and cultural backgrounds are accurate, and call-up the rich heritage of East Tennessee. The novel has been called “Southern Gothic Noir,” and Hood describes it as an “anti-mystery.” There is never any doubt about who killed Carl Darlen, but the story turns and weaves through the day of the murder and ends with a startling, dark, surprise. Here is a story of family violence—its simmering causes and smoldering consequences—set against the clashing tensions of old-and-new, fiddle-tunes and factories, among the hills and coves of prohibition-era East Tennessee. Praise for REGRET THE DARK HOUR: “Richard Hood’s Regret the Dark Hour is a search for Regional Truth and the ways memory, representation, and history intertwine to produce stories, interpretation, and character. This novel is a triumph—giving us the sound and flavor of prohibition-era East Tennessee, in a mix of voice, perception, and blindness embedded within the darkly tangled story of a family murder.” —Shelby Stephenson, Poet Laureate of North Carolina and author of Paul’s Hill: Homage to Whitman; Our World and Nin’s Poem “Regret the Dark Hour calls up a story of betrayal, forbidden love, and familial violence in prohibition-era Appalachia. Hood’s stunning and lyrical writing vividly captures the world of this forgotten time period. A beautiful debut and wonderful addition to southern noir.” —Jen Conley, author of Seven Ways to Get Rid of Harry

Sensible Etiquette Of The Best Society Customs Manners Morals And Home Culture

Author : Mrs. Bloomfield H. Moore
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Advice on proper etiquette regarding parties, social visits, fashion, etc., revealing the complexity of the social rules in Victorian America.

No Room In The Brotherhood

Author : Frederick W. Danker
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Punishment And Respect For Persons

Author : Richard W. Burgh
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No Regrets

Author : Marjorie Norrell
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No Room At The Table

Author : Donald H. Dunson
ISBN : UCSC:32106017157105
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Donald Dunson tells the stories of our children -- from New Orleans to the Sudan. Each chapter profiles three or four individuals as it probes an issue affecting the world's children, including hunger and poverty, war, sexual exploitation, homelessness and the universal need for love. No Room at the Table concludes with a list of resources for involvement and action. It is an eye- and heart-opening work. Book jacket.

The House By The Church Yard

Author : Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
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The Month

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