'Well, I imagined that having been caught by his friend, the story about him and
the older woman would go around the school and he would be the butt of joked
and innuendos. He was embarrassed. No, worse, he was scared about how ...
Book 2 in the Eamon Cowan Series. The body of a young schoolgirl is found floating in a reservoir, killed by a drug overdose. Eamon Cowan is asked to go to the school to run a writer's workshop, and, undercover, to see if he can find out more about the girl involved. Slowly, the complicated life and activities of the girl emerge, and with the assistance of Detective Inspector Anderson, the reason for her murder emerges. More girls in the school are drawn into the investigation, as are boys from another school nearby. Suspects are tracked down, but, the murder remains unsolved, until a final twist reveals all.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-08-14 - Publisher: Faber & Faber
A Pulitzer Prize-winning author's revelatory celebration of the novel - at once an anatomy of the art of fiction, a guide for readers and writers and a memoir of literary life. Over her 20 year career, Jane Smiley has written many kinds of novels - mystery, comedy, historical fiction, epic.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-08-28 - Publisher: AuthorHouse
When a family tragedy causes Myles to move away from his alcoholic and abusive father, he meets a beautiful girl named Stacie, who has many secrets. Just when Myles is able to see past Stacie’s reputation, and their relationship blossoms romantically, Myles meets a boy named Seth. Myles’ attraction to
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-10-29 - Publisher: White Lion Publishing
The Art of Looking Up surveys spectacular ceilings around the globe that have been graced by the brushes of great artists including Michelangelo, Marc Chagall and Cy Twombly. From the lotus flowers of the Senso-ji Temple in Japan, to the religious iconography that adorns places of worship from Vienna to
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-08-21 - Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
The first critical edition of the beloved classics that established Edith Nesbit as a major children's writer provides extensive guidance to help today's reader navigate the enchanting world of the Bastable family. Nelson situates Nesbit's groundbreaking stories in the context of British popular culture at the dawn of the twentieth