Madam Will You Talk

Author: Mary Stewart
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1444711091
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The original queen of the page-turner Mary Stewart leads her readers on a thrilling journey through a dangerous and deadly Provence in this tale perfect for fans of Agatha Christie and Barbara Pym. 'Mary Stewart is magic' New York Times 'One of the great British storytellers of the 20th century' Independent 'The terrible thirsty heat of the Proven├žal summer, the noise of the cicadas, the dust of the country buses . . . an excellent tale of mystery' The Times It sounds idyllic: a leisurely drive through the sun-drenched landscape of Provence. But Charity's dream holiday turns into a nightmare when she becomes embroiled in a sinister plot to kidnap a young boy. She soon finds herself in a deadly pursuit and must uncover who to trust . . . and who to fall for. Whenever I look back now on the strange and terrifying events of that holiday in Southern France, I remember the minutes I spent gazing at the golden arches of the Roman aqueduct over the Gardon... the last brief lull before the thunder. 'A comfortable chair and a Mary Stewart: total heaven. I'd rather read her than most other authors.' Harriet Evans 'She built the bridge between classic literature and modern popular fiction. She did it first and she did it best.' Herald

Madam Will You Talk

Author: Mary Stewart
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Folksongs Of The Maritimes

Author: Kaye Pottie
Editor: Formac Publishing Company
ISBN: 0887802001
Size: 20,97 MB
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This book is a collection of 90 traditional Maritime folksongs selected by Kaye Pottie and Vernon Ellis, two of Nova Scotia's most respected music educators. The authors have made extensive use of the famous Helen Creighton collection, and most of the songs included in this book are published for the first time. Each song includes a brief historical introduction, complete chording information, melodic lines and the words to all verses. Songs are illustrated with images inspired by authentic folk arts. Folksongs of the Maritimes reflects the region's rich musical traditions, including examples from Scottish, Irish, English, French, German and African-Canadian cultures.

Singing Games And Playparty Games

Author: Richard Chase
Editor: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486217857
Size: 16,66 MB
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Consists of music and dance instructions for each selection.

The Loving Spirit

Author: Daphne Du Maurier
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0748114580
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Cornwall, 1900s. Plyn Boat Yard is a hive of activity, and Janet Coombe longs to share in the excitement of seafaring: to travel, to have adventures, to know freedom. But constrained by the times, instead she marries her cousin Thomas, a boat builder, and settles down to raise a family. Janet's loving spirit - the passionate yearning for adventure and for love - is passed down to her son, and through him to his children's children. As generations of the family struggle against hardship and loss, their intricately plotted history is set against the greater backdrop of war and social change in Britain. Her debut novel, The Loving Spirit established du Maurier's reputation and style with an inimitable blend of romance, history and adventure.

The Folk Handbook

Author: John Morrish
Editor: Backbeat Books
ISBN: 1476854009
Size: 10,65 MB
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(Book). by David Atkinson, Vic Gammon, Rikky Rooksby, Mark Brend, John Morrish, Martin Carthy, and Nigel Williamson. Words & melodies for 80+ traditional songs, plus detailed explorations of their history & meaning and their value to writers & performers. With audio tracks of 20 songs recorded in the field.

The Saracen

Author: Madame Cottin (Sophie)
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The Saracen Or Matilda And Malek Adhel From The Fr With An Intr By J Michaud

Author: Sophie Ristaud Cottin
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The Prince And The Pilgrim

Author: Mary Stewart
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1444737570
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Alexander the Fatherless: nephew of the villainous King March of Cornwall, who murdered his father. Burning with vengeance, Alexander sets out on a journey to Camelot to seek justice from King Arthur. His path will lead him to the Dark Tower, where the sorceress Morgan le Fay lies in wait. Morgan seduces Alexander and sends him on a quest to Jerusalem to recover the Holy Grail - which she believes will help her take the throne. Alice the Pilgrim: daughter of a man who has sworn to journey to Jerusalem every three years, Alice grows to womanhood on the pilgrim's trail. And then she meets a boy who carries a cup - which he claims is the Holy Grail. Alice and her father will move heaven and earth to bring the Grail back to Britain. And Alexander will do anything to find it. Their quests will bring them together, and the day that Alexander and Alice meet will go down in legend. The Prince & the Pilgrim is the final installment of Mary Stewart's classic Arthurian Saga, a must-read for all fans of history, fantasy and great literature alike.