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A Hillside Of Roses

Author : Susan Irvine
ISBN : 1864470879
Genre : Gardening
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Once again Susan Irvine's delight in her garden and her plants transports the reader to her garden. Her fans will not be disappointed and she will gain many new friends through this book. This revised edition of the original 1994 publication features integrated colour throughout and includes an expanded section on the Australian roses of Alister Clark.

Blood Rose

Author : Lisa Hornsby
ISBN : 9781469173252
Genre : Fiction
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Ever since Rose's mother died, she has planned her escape from her abusive step-father. Now she has finally managed to leave, and head to a cabin in the Montana hills where she and her mother had spent many happy days together. There, Rose begins to understand her own special abilities. As well as uncovering the secrets of her Chippewa legacy left behind for her by her mother. Before Rose was even born her grandmother a great Chippewa seer, enlisted Cole, a beautiful immortal man to look after Rose and protect her from the 'evil ones'. Together Rose and Cole embark on a journey that twists them through family secrets, unforeseen dangers, powerful abilities and unstoppable love.

A Rose On Gallows Hill

Author : George Evans
ISBN : 9780595384235
Genre : Fiction
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In 1848 Nathaniel Hawthorne is married and living in Salem, Massachusetts, a stone's throw from where the alleged witches were hanged in 1692. He is burdened with guilt over his ancestor's involvement in their trial, and bored with the stultifying work in the Custom House. Unable to write anything of significance, he is bitter and depressed.Susan Pryor, a young maid in a wealthy Salem household, aspires to become more than just a maid. Though she finds much pleasure in her fellow maid, with whom she sleeps, and in preparing for fine dinners and parties, she and her friend are still just maids and fair game for the two older sons. She longs to escape, to be more than just a servant.Susan and Hawthorne, the two unhappy Salem residents, meet by chance on Gallows Hill. A spark ignites-and smolders. In telling her story, Susan becomes more determined to escape her situation and inspire the brooding and mysterious Hawthorne. A Rose on Gallows Hill pictures the life of this enchanting maid in the year before Hawthorne begins writing his masterpiece, The Scarlet Letter. A Rose on Gallows Hill pictures the life of this beautiful maid as she enchants the man who will shortly begin writing his masterpiece, The Scarlet Letter.

Hill S Fayetteville Cumberland County N C City Directory

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ISBN : UVA:X030696612
Genre : Fayetteville (N.C.)
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Portland Hill Walks

Author : Laura O. Foster
ISBN : 9781604695380
Genre : Travel
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Portland Hill Walks features twenty-four miniature adventures stocked with stunning views, hidden stairways, leafy byways, urban forests, and places to sit, eat, and soak in the local scene. The revised and updated edition offers five new walks in addition to the well-loved classics, with new contemporary and historical photos and easier-to-follow directions. Whether you feel like meandering through old streetcar neighborhoods or climbing a lava dome, there is a hill walk for every mood. New walks take you up to Willamette Stone State Park, across the St. Johns Bridge, down to the South Waterfront (with a ride on the aerial tram), along a stream in Gresham, and up Mounts Talbert and Scott. Portland is a walking city, and Portland Hill Walks will inspire you to enjoy it to its fullest!

A Pan American Life

Author : Muna Lee
ISBN : 0299202348
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The extraordinary Muna Lee was a brilliant writer, lyric poet, translator, diplomat, feminist and rights activist, and, above all, a Pan-Americanist. During the twentieth century, she helped shape the literary and social landscapes of the Americas. This is the first biography of her remarkable life and a collection of her diverse writings, which embody her vision of Pan America, an old concept that remains new and meaningful today.

My Life On A Hillside Allotment

Author : Terry Walton
ISBN : 9781407040592
Genre : Gardening
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Terry Walton has kept an allotment in the Rhondda Valley in South Wales for over fifty years. He started when he was four, helping on his father's plot on the side of the mountain, cutting bracken and collecting sheep manure to feed the vegetables. He was farming his own plot at eleven and he went on to build an allotment empire, selling his vegetables and flowers to local customers. The proceeds paid for his first car, a canary yellow Ford Popular, when he was just seventeen. Then, in 2006, after half a decade of happy gardening, Terry's allotment was adopted by the Jeremy Vine Show and he became an unlikely media star. In this absorbing and entertaining memoir, Terry documents how the valley has changed over the years, his own conversion to organic gardening, and the colourful characters he meets; insterspersing his anecdotes with topical tips, family recipes and quirky line drawings. My Life on a Hillside Allotment is the perfect read for gardeners, allotmenteers and anyone who loves the great outdoors.

Sundials And Roses Of Yesterday

Author : Alice Morse Earle
ISBN : 9781108065184
Genre : History
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The American author Alice Morse Earle (1851-1911) practised a distinctive form of historical writing which made innovative use of material evidence in its focus on the details of everyday life. Lavishly illustrated, this 1902 work illuminates the social history of two 'garden delights': sundials and roses.

How To Grow Roses

Author : John Paul Edwards
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The Perez Legacy

Author : Judith Tanielian
ISBN : 9781499067262
Genre : Fiction
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The Perez Legacy: Redemption is a story of the powerful changes that can occur when people open their hearts to one another. Eduardo Rodriguez, a fourteen year old Mexican boy, is sent by his ailing grandfather to live in California with adult cousins who resent his intrusion on their already difficult lives. Ignored and lonely, Eduardo finds friendship and acceptance in a gang and is soon delivering drugs for them. Though he tries to ignore his conscience he cannot forget the values of his grandfather. Following a terrifying act of vandalism, the injured Eduardo finds himself the ward of a prominent local school psychologist, Philip Perez, a man who has learned to persevere in the face of his own personal tragedy. Eduardo struggles under the strict house rules of Dr. Perez. Will love win him over as he struggles to find redemption for his past behavior?

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