January by Gabrielle Lord
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January (Conspiracy 365)

About Gabrielle Lord

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Trisha Watts is a singer, songwriter and teacher who has worked variously as a high school and InterPlay teachers, arts director, music publisher and youth minister. She has a passion for spirituality and community a cappella singing, and is presently studying voice movement therapy in the United States. Trisha has had numerous collections of her original music published, including Prophets of Hope, Take Shelter, Deep Waters, and Invocation, spanning a career of over 2 years. Gabrielle Lord is an award-winning crime novelist of international repute. Her gripping novels - Fortress; Whipping Boy; Sa Bones; The Sharp End; Feeding the Demons; Baby Did a Bad, Bad Thing; and Lethal Weapon - have all risen to the bestseller lists, receiving accolades from around the world.
Published January 1, 2010 by Kane Miller Book Pub. 192 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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Australian crime novelist Lord launches a gripping new series that should have clear appeal for thriller fans. Australian teenager Cal is approached by a strange man who warns him that he has 365 d

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After figuring out that his uncle knows more about the “Ormond Singularity” (whatever that is) than Callum does, our hero tries to outwit his uncle.

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Suite 101

In this sequel to the Silver Brumby, the great silver stallion Thowra has a beautiful creamy daughter.

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London Review of Books

As Alan Bell remarks, Cockburn’s ‘experience was almost exclusively Scottish’, yet one journey abroad, a Classical education and the experience of Scotland in its greatest days of self-esteem, when it could be believed that the answers to the social and moral problems of the new world of steam po...

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London Review of Books

This is the text of our report: In March 2011 the government established a Commission on a Bill of Rights, charged with investigating ‘the creation of a UK Bill of Rights that incorporates and builds on all our obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights, ensures that these rights c...

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The New York Review of Books

During the Thirties Finley taught at Columbia and City College and developed an interest in the sociology of the ancient world that was shaped in part by his association with members of the Frankfurt School who were working in exile in America.

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