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The Alibi - Brown, Sandra
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1999, ISBN: 9780446519809

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Scribner. 1993. Paperback. Very Good+. Now in its sixth year, this poetry showcase includes work from some four do zen magazines. Like her predecessors, Gluck brings her unique perspective t o her selections; many of these works share a sense of the divine. The spea ker of Mark Jarman's haunting poem recalls going with his minister father t o visit a family after their teenage daughter committed suicide. Former Yal e Younger Poets winner Brigit Pegeen Kelly's highly successful experiment w ith multiple narrative lines juxtaposes a pregnant woman's thoughts while w alking through an old graveyard with stories of boys defacing tombstones, r ecollections from a dream, tales of the region's settlers, and questions ab out God. Less philosophical but equally memorable is Ruth Stone's portrait of a young housewife in Chicago during WW II. Ending the selections on a pa rticularly strong note, Dean Young's lyric about a young boy who shouts "I hate you" to his mother is one of those rare, intense poems that deserves s everal readings. As in previous years, author bios and useful comments on p oems are gathered into an appendix. In her preface, Gluck expresses her une asiness with calling anything "best," and reminds readers that time is the true test of what survives. Many selections here possess that timeless qual ity., Scribner, 1993, San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1996. Later printing. Glossy Pictorial Cover. Fine. PreSchool-Grade 2. Two young brothers head out with their mother in a rowboat for an evening of fishing. They ask her to tell them who is better at digging worms, rowing, and catching fish, and later, back in their cabin at bedtime, they ask whom she loves the best. With each answer the caring mother assures both boys that they are equally skilled and equally loved. "I love you the bluest" she tells thoughtful, methodical Julian, "the color of a cave...splash of a waterfall...hush of a whisper." To peripatetic, energetic Max, she says, "I love you the reddest...the color of sky before it blazes into night." The final double-page spread, illustrating their cabin at night, is awash with purples; and so, she loves both "the purplest." The text effectively conveys movement with vigorous verbs and uses expressive phrases. Clues to each boy's character and temperament are provided. The glowing double-page watercolors, rendered in greens, blues, golds, reds, and purples, evoke the night's activities. The striking use of light, particularly the lantern in the boat and the stars, creates interest as do the effective compositions and varied perspectives. Occasionally some of the figures are awkwardly painted, but this is a minor flaw. Like the author's Mama, Do You Love Me? (Chronicle, 1991), this reassuring book, good for story time or one-to-one sharing, will encourage families to think of their own superlative expressions of love." -- Cynthia K. Richey, Mt. Lebanon Public Library, School Library Journal Book is in fine condition with little edge wear or bumping. No dust jacket., Chronicle Books, 1996, Victoria, British Columbia: Beach Holme Publishers, 1992. Book. 9" x 6" Inscribed by Author(s) "All human beings share at least on thing equally. That is, the fact of our loneliness. The Comfort of Angels expresses the human need for freedom and a better life." "Inscribed by author: "Dear Dorth--People dream drama Love Sandi." Owner's stamp mostly blacked out. 138 pp.. Soft cover. Very Good., Beach Holme Publishers, 1992, Eugene, Oregon: Harvest House Publishers, 1990. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. From the book, ""A Daily Devotional 'Because nothing can equal the time you spend together.' H. Norman Wright offers this timeless collection of warm, personal devotions. Gleaned from his many years of helping couples experience togetherness in Christ, these daily reflections will stimulate and nurture the simple sharing between you and your Heavenly Father."" Hard cover in very good condition. Text block clean and tight. Book has inscriptions to former owner on inside of front cover and on both sides of front fly leaf, also on back fly leaf. Dust jacket in fine condition., Harvest House Publishers, 1990, Rupa. Hardcover. 812910833X Very light edge wear. Pages are clear and binding is secure. A nice copy. Your purchase supports a non-profit organization that promotes literacy and recycling through a free book share program! . Very Good., Rupa, U.S.A.: Harvest House Publishers, 1990. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. From the book, ""When two people commit themselves to a love relationship that honors the Lord and His Word, there is a blessing awaiting them like no other. It is the precious gift of true companionship--solid, peaceful, faithful companionship. Because nothing can equal the time you spend together, H. Norman Wright offers this timeless collection of warm, personal devotions. Gleaned from his many years of helping couples experience togetherness in Christ, these daily reflections will stimulate and nurture the simple sharing between you and your Heavenly Father."" Hard cover in very good condition. Text block clean and tight. There is a small black mark on inside of front cover. Dust jacket in very good condition, showing some light rubbing at edges., Harvest House Publishers, 1990, Toronto, ON, Canada: HarperCollins Canada, Limited, 1995 Remainder mark on bottom closed edge, Clean, crisp & solid copy.. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Toronto, ON, Canada: HarperCollins Canada, Limited, 1995, New York, NY, U.S.A.: Warner Books, Incorporated, 1999. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. New York, NY, U.S.A.: Warner Books, Incorporated, 1999. Very Good/Good. New York, NY, U.S.A.: Warner Books, Incorporated, 1999. Very Good/Good. Sandra Brown's two previous novels, Unspeakable and Fat Tuesday, earned her a loyal band of romantic suspense fans and The Alibi is sure to increase the following. Mixing a little murder, some corruption, and a good bit of illicit romance, this novel makes the golf courses of Charleston, South Carolina, seem as seedy and fascinating as the back alleys of Chinatown. Hammond Cross wants to be the district attorney, and for years he has proven himself to be a man of high principles and irreproachable character. When his investigations turn up evidence of the corruption of local tycoon Lute Pettijohn, Hammond has no doubt about what is the right thing to do--even when his own father is under suspicion. However, this simple debate becomes complicated when Pettijohn is murdered and Hammond's alibi is a night of forbidden passion with the suspected murderess, Dr. Alex Ladd. Brown's quick dialogue, character quirks, and plot twists help give a modern bent to the classic detective tale. While some of the characters prance across the pages with a predictability that would make Dashiell Hammett proud (the drunk-makes-good assistant, the light-hair-dark-history socialite) most of the characters show refreshing individuality. As Hammond's internal conflict intensifies--and the passion and danger do, too--readers will find all criticisms vanishing as they blast their way through this suspenseful page-turner. --Nancy R.E. O'Brien From Publishers Weekly The prolific Brown (Unspeakable) undoubtedly has another bestseller in her latest suspense novel, which catches its protagonist in a tricky ethical situation. When Charleston real estate developer Lute Pettijohn is murdered in the penthouse suite of the posh hotel he recently built, there is no shortage of likely suspects; Pettijohn is one of the most hated men in town. On the same night that the murder occurs, assistant district attorney Hammond Cross attends a county fair, where he meets a... read more Book Description Sandra Brown, the New York Times bestselling author of Unspeakable and Fat Tuesday, delivers another spellbinding novel of suspense, intrigue, and corruption. A woman suspected of murder arranges the one thing she desperately needsTHE ALIBI. Born into a fine old Charleston family, Hammond Cross is determined to be the city's next district attorney-without sacrificing his integrity. Prosecuting the sensational murder of real estate magnate Lute Pettijohn could be his ticket into the office. Yet while Hammond anticipates his success, someone near him is plotting his downfall Steffi Mundell, colleague, ex-lover, and rival for the DA's officeRory Smilow, the homicide detective without equal and Hammond's avowed enemythe wily and beautiful Davee Pettijohn, Lute's widow and Hammond's lifelong friend who's too honest to mourn the husband she despisedand Hammond's prime suspect, the mysterious woman who shares the secret that would be fatal to Hammond's ambitions. For the first time in his career, he's bending the rules in favor of the suspect. All clues point to her guilt. Yet she holds in reserve the perfect alibi-Hammond Cross. Is she a master manipulator who set him up? Or an innocent victim? As her past is revealed with startling repercussions, links between Hammond's own father and the dead man also surface, forcing him to weigh family loyalty against his desire for full disclosure, no matter how shattering the truth might be. His reputation as a tough prosecutor is placed on the line, and he's torn between protecting the woman he's come to love against false prosecutionand a killer bent on eliminating all possible witnesses. Written in a narrative that grabs and doesn't let go, THE ALIBI is a top-notch crime novel-and more. With sensitivity and insight into the human condition, Sandra Brown also creates a forceful psychological portrait of a man in moral turmoil, who must make difficult choices between his personal passions and the demands of his conscience. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Warner Books, Incorporated, 1999

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New York, NY, U.S.A.: Warner Books, Incorporated, 1999. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. New York, NY, U.S.A.: Warner Books, Incorporated, 1999. Very Good/Good. New York, NY, U.S.A.: Warner Books, Incorporated, 1999. Very Good/Good. Sandra Brown's two previous novels, Unspeakable and Fat Tuesday, earned her a loyal band of romantic suspense fans and The Alibi is sure to increase the following. Mixing a little murder, some corruption, and a good bit of illicit romance, this novel makes the golf courses of Charleston, South Carolina, seem as seedy and fascinating as the back alleys of Chinatown. Hammond Cross wants to be the district attorney, and for years he has proven himself to be a man of high principles and irreproachable character. When his investigations turn up evidence of the corruption of local tycoon Lute Pettijohn, Hammond has no doubt about what is the right thing to do--even when his own father is under suspicion. However, this simple debate becomes complicated when Pettijohn is murdered and Hammond's alibi is a night of forbidden passion with the suspected murderess, Dr. Alex Ladd. Brown's quick dialogue, character quirks, and plot twists help give a modern bent to the classic detective tale. While some of the characters prance across the pages with a predictability that would make Dashiell Hammett proud (the drunk-makes-good assistant, the light-hair-dark-history socialite) most of the characters show refreshing individuality. As Hammond's internal conflict intensifies--and the passion and danger do, too--readers will find all criticisms vanishing as they blast their way through this suspenseful page-turner. --Nancy R.E. O'Brien From Publishers Weekly The prolific Brown (Unspeakable) undoubtedly has another bestseller in her latest suspense novel, which catches its protagonist in a tricky ethical situation. When Charleston real estate developer Lute Pettijohn is murdered in the penthouse suite of the posh hotel he recently built, there is no shortage of likely suspects; Pettijohn is one of the most hated men in town. On the same night that the murder occurs, assistant district attorney Hammond Cross attends a county fair, where he meets a... read more Book Description Sandra Brown, the New York Times bestselling author of Unspeakable and Fat Tuesday, delivers another spellbinding novel of suspense, intrigue, and corruption. A woman suspected of murder arranges the one thing she desperately needsTHE ALIBI. Born into a fine old Charleston family, Hammond Cross is determined to be the city's next district attorney-without sacrificing his integrity. Prosecuting the sensational murder of real estate magnate Lute Pettijohn could be his ticket into the office. Yet while Hammond anticipates his success, someone near him is plotting his downfall Steffi Mundell, colleague, ex-lover, and rival for the DA's officeRory Smilow, the homicide detective without equal and Hammond's avowed enemythe wily and beautiful Davee Pettijohn, Lute's widow and Hammond's lifelong friend who's too honest to mourn the husband she despisedand Hammond's prime suspect, the mysterious woman who shares the secret that would be fatal to Hammond's ambitions. For the first time in his career, he's bending the rules in favor of the suspect. All clues point to her guilt. Yet she holds in reserve the perfect alibi-Hammond Cross. Is she a master manipulator who set him up? Or an innocent victim? As her past is revealed with startling repercussions, links between Hammond's own father and the dead man also surface, forcing him to weigh family loyalty against his desire for full disclosure, no matter how shattering the truth might be. His reputation as a tough prosecutor is placed on the line, and he's torn between protecting the woman he's come to love against false prosecutionand a killer bent on eliminating all possible witnesses. Written in a narrative that grabs and doesn't let go, THE ALIBI is a top-notch crime novel-and more. With sensitivity and insight into the human condition, Sandra Brown also creates a forceful psychological portrait of a man in moral turmoil, who must make difficult choices between his personal passions and the demands of his conscience. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Warner Books, Incorporated, 1999

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Warner Books. Very Good in Good dust jacket. 1999. Hardcover. 0446519804 . 19 oz.; 378 pages; HC w/DJ Book very nice clean/tight/unmarked condition DJ some edge rips/damage. Ambitious, smart, and driven to succeed, a. D. A. Hammond Cross has his sights set on the District Attorneys office. Prosecuting a high-profile murder case in his hometown of Charleston practically ensures him the job. But a Saturday night encounter with a mysterious woman is the start of a living nightmare, especially when the prime suspect in his case turns out to be Dr. Alex Ladd, his mystery woman. Hammond now faces a moral dilemmaand a haunting question: Is she innocent of the crime, or was he set up as the perfect alibi? ., Warner Books, 1999

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[EAN: 9780446519809], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Grand Central Publishing, NEW YORK], Fiction|Legal, Fiction|Romance|Gothic, Fiction|Suspense, Jacket, FINE BOOK AND DUST JACKET. CLEAN AND TIGHT PAGES AND SPINE. Assistant DA Hammond Cross has his sights set on the DA's office. Prosecuting a high-profile murder case practically ensures him the job. But a Saturday night encounter with a mysterious woman is the start of a living nightmare.

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NEW YORK: Grand Central Publishing, 1999. Book. Fine. Hardcover. FINE BOOK AND DUST JACKET. CLEAN AND TIGHT PAGES AND SPINE. Assistant DA Hammond Cross has his sights set on the DA's office. Prosecuting a high-profile murder case practically ensures him the job. But a Saturday night encounter with a mysterious woman is the start of a living nightmare.., Grand Central Publishing, 1999

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A Saturday night encounter with a mysterious woman is the start of a living nightmare for would-be D.A. Hammond Cross, especially when she turns out to be the prime suspect in a high-profile murder case. Cross now faces a moral dilemma--and a haunting question: Is she innocent of the crime, or was he set up as the perfect alibi?

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780446519809
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0446519804
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Date de parution: 1999
Editeur: Warner Books
496 Pages
Poids: 0,894 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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