1 edition of Anne Perrys Silent Nights found in the catalog.
|Statement||Random House Publishing Group|
|Publishers||Random House Publishing Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 98 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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Fun reads during this time of year.
Owen was an agreeable woman, generous in nature. Now Emma is living with her aunt Whitney, who had chosen a very different path than her sister. The most memorable Christmas mysteries blend a lively storyline with an atmospheric evocation of the season. I've read a few other mysteries with a similar premise, and because I live in an area that is not small, and in today's society it is harder to be knowledgeable about the histories of neighbors who move from place to place with more regularity; it is more difficult to connect with the feelings that were represented in the story.
Strange things can happen, and this helps to explain the hallowed tradition of telling ghost stories around the fireside as the year draws to a close. Fear and guilt has been slowly tearing the small community apart.
Two great Christmas stories Both stories show off Perry's skill as a storyteller that keep you guessing, while being infused with the message of Christmas.
I imagine pretty soon carry cots that swing will be more widely availablebut until then the swing. Anne Perry is one of my favorite authors. He stood there for some time, lost in the enormity of it, then gradually descended. The first, A Christmas Beginning, has Superintendent Runcorn enjoying a Christmas holiday on the Isle of Anglesey in Wales. it seemed to involve the lead character doing a lot of walking all over the Anne Perrys Silent Nights and referring to a character in one of the author's other series which I did not read so the reference was completely lost on me.
The story itself is about a London Detective who finds himself in the middle of a murder investigation on a small island off the coast of Wales. I've never been there but that doesn't stop me loving it and even sometimes longing to be there. Author: Philip Rushlow Publisher: iUniverse ISBN: 9780595002634 Category: Fiction Page: 208 View: 531 Silent Night deals with serious, gut-wrenching issues in a warm, light-hearted and sometimes humorous manner.
However, as he begins to discover more things about himself, this leads him to the concern that he could have committed the act himself. Two great Christmas stories Both stories show off Perry's skill as a storyteller that keep you guessing, while being infused with the message of Christmas. The air was hard, ice-edged, and laden with the salt of the sea. But that peace is shattered when he stumbles over the bloodied body of the vicar's sister in the graveyard.
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Because it turns out that Cilla's not the only one who's developed a taste for forbidden fruit.
This isolated island must be the loneliest place in Britain, all bare hills and hard, bright water, and silence except for the moan of the wind in the grass.
Far from home they become involved in murder and learn much about themselves, their inner strength and resilience, in the process.