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Confessions of a Neighbor

Confessions of a Neighbor Author Heather Lenz
ISBN-10 0692810080
Release 2016-11-25
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"Amazing scenery, vivid descriptions and intense emotions are just part of the appeal of Confessions of a Neighbor. In this hard to put down story, you develop a real attachment to Ella and suffer along with her as she deals with issues from her past, her insecurities about the future, and the everyday struggles of trying to live while following her dreams. Wonderful descriptions of setting and ballet add a lot to the realism of the story. Psychological manipulation plays a large part in the story and Lenz sets the scene slowly and deliberately, then shocks you when the trap is sprung. This is a book that is well worth reading on many levels." - Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite When a young dancer begins to watch her neighbors in their luxurious Zurich penthouse, she has no idea what shameful scenes will play out across the street. Orphaned, she is alone in the world. So when Ella runs into her sexy and brilliant neighbor and he confesses his secret, she is vulnerable. The neighbor begins a game of cat and mouse with Ella, pulling her in and pushing her away. Eventually Ella is pulled into the neighbor's web of lies, abuse, betrayal. Just when Ella believes all her dreams of becoming a ballerina are coming true, a horrifying surprise threatens to steal everything away. Because someone wants what Ella has, and they are wiling to kill for it. Be prepared for not-quite-what-they-seem lives, betrayals and manipulation. This psychological mystery set in Switzerland is impressively creepy."



Stoned Naked and Looking in My Neighbor s Window

Stoned  Naked  and Looking in My Neighbor s Window Author Gabriel Jeffrey
ISBN-10 9781932112368
Release 2004-01-01
Pages 211
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The creator of grouphug.us shares the story of how he created this confessional Web site that attracted three million hits in the first few months and discusses some of the things people confess anonymously. Original.



Confessions of a mad poet

Confessions of a mad poet Author
ISBN-10 9780974364056
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Confessions of a mad poet has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Confessions of a mad poet also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Confessions of a mad poet book for free.



Confessions of a Beginning Theologian

Confessions of a Beginning Theologian Author Elouise Renich Fraser
ISBN-10 0830815198
Release 1998-03-11
Pages 132
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Elouise Renich Fraser describes her personal journey to become a theologian: confronting the past, befriending the Bible, developing theological imagination and finding an authentic voice.



Confessions of the Spoonkiller

Confessions of the Spoonkiller Author Shanon Cox Clay
ISBN-10 9781312817142
Release 2015-02-03
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This is all straight out of my journal, as it was written. Mostly funny, some serious, and some not for the faint of heart. If you’re offended by bad behavior and worse language, then you’re probably reading the wrong book. Consider that your warning and my disclaimer.



Book of Confessions Study Edition

Book of Confessions  Study Edition Author Geneva Press
ISBN-10 9781611642940
Release 1999-03-01
Pages 389
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This durable study edition of the Book of Confessions includes the official texts of the eleven confessional statements of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Each creed is introduced by an informative essay providing historical and theological background.



Confessions of a Special Ed Teacher

Confessions of a Special Ed Teacher Author Susan Cramer
ISBN-10 9781412225397
Release 2005-01-04
Pages 178
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In her debut work, Confessions of a Special Ed. Teacher, Susan Cramer tells of her feelings and experiences in her journey to teach these special children. Using a humorous style, Susan has created a book that will evoke in others a newfound hope, inspiration, and understanding of special needs children. Chapters in the book take the reader through the educational process of identifying children with emotional disabilities, creating an IEP, capturing and holding the attention of special needs children, making modifications and adaptations, and implementing behavioral strategies used in her classroom to attain academic and emotional success in the lives of her students. She sprinkles throughout the book controversial issues all too common in her profession: teacher burnout, overcrowded classrooms, budget shortfalls, ineffective administrators, pushy politicians, and absentee parents. She allows the reader to glimpse into her inner sanctum of the teacher's lounge and the antics that keep her of sane mind and body before and after school hours. Then she presents the reader with heart-wrenching stories about those special students who have touched her very soul. Through a combination of tough love, old-school tactics, compassion and humor the author is able to get the students to trust and open up to her in their quest to be successful for school. A "must read" for parents, educators, administrators and prospective collegiate education majors.



Trials and Confessions of an American Housekeeper

Trials and Confessions of an American Housekeeper Author Timothy Shay Arthur
ISBN-10 HARVARD:32044105623227
Release 1854
Pages 312
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Trials and Confessions of an American Housekeeper has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Trials and Confessions of an American Housekeeper also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Trials and Confessions of an American Housekeeper book for free.



My Neighbor s Basement

My Neighbor s Basement Author Jennifer A. Malone
ISBN-10 9781304426949
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The Confessions and Correspondence Including the Letters to Malesherbes

The Confessions and Correspondence  Including the Letters to Malesherbes Author Jean-Jacques Rousseau
ISBN-10 0874518369
Release 1998-04-01
Pages 700
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A new English translation, the first to be based on the definitive French Pleiade edition."



Short Stories Tall Tales and True Confessions

Short Stories  Tall Tales and True Confessions Author Shane Gordon
ISBN-10 9780595377060
Release 2005-11
Pages 136
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Shane Gordon is the author of two books, Dear Baby Boomers and The Tenth Man. This book is Short Stories, Tall Tales And True Confessions. Something for everyone from 16 to 65 plus, some funny, some serious, some just stories.



Mostly True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic

 Mostly  True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic Author Roger Neuhaus
ISBN-10 9781462034901
Release 2011-08-17
Pages 204
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It was a time when color television was the newest technology, the hula hoop was the latest fad and the evening news typically began with coverage of the Vietnam War. At 116 Nevada Street in Dubuque, Iowa, life was reasonably good. In this memoir, author Roger Neuhaus reminisces about his life in this time period, growing up as one of eight children in a strict Catholic family. Nostalgic and often humorous, (Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic tells of a neighborhood filled with youthful adventures and an array of Catholic grade school and church experiences, including a colorful cast of mischievous characters. This anthology of anecdotes takes place from the late 1960s through the mid-1970s, addressing the changing times of the era. Neuhaus narrates tales of a simpler time and place, one filled with the wonder, excitement, and playfulness of youth. (Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic shows how the teachings of the Catholic Church and his family’s core values worked to shape the future of one young man.



Confessions Journal Of A Serial Killer

Confessions  Journal Of A Serial Killer Author Jessi Killean
ISBN-10 9781105243912
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Civic Christianity in Renaissance Italy

Civic Christianity in Renaissance Italy Author David Michael D'Andrea
ISBN-10 1580462391
Release 2007-01-01
Pages 214
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Civic Christianity in Renaissance Italy explores the often subtle and sometimes harsh realities of life on the Venetian mainland. Focusing on the confraternity of Santa Maria dei Battuti and its Ospedale, the book addresses a number of well-established and newly articulated historiographical questions: the governance of territorial states, the civic and religious role of confraternities, the status of women and marginalized groups, and popular religious devotion. Adapting the objectives and methods of microhistory, D'Andrea has written neither a traditional history of political subjugation nor a straightforward survey of poor relief. Instead, thematic chapters survey the activities of a powerful religious brotherhood (Santa Maria dei Battuti) and document the interconnected local, regional, and international factors that fashioned the social world of Venetian subjects. Grounded in previously unexplored archival material, the book is an innovative study of the nexus between local religion and Venetian territorial power, providing scholars with this first scholarly monograph of the city that served as the keystone of Venice's mainland empire. This original approach to the critical relationship between provincial powers and the central government also contributes to other important areas of historical inquiry, including the history of popular religion, poor relief, medicine, and education. David D'Andrea is assistant professor of history at Oklahoma State University.



Confessions of a Country Boy

Confessions of a Country Boy Author George Motz
ISBN-10 9780595351985
Release 2005
Pages 228
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CONFESSIONS is a collection of stories from a practical joker that plays up the 'Ol' Country Boy' routine mainly for the benefit of the tourists. Many of the local people will identify with the players in these comedies and philosophical stories, as Motz is a practical joker and has been known to instigate many a misunderstanding, or to feign innocence to initiate a comic and embarrassing situation. An innocent in a world of hunters, fishermen and other liars, Motz goes out of his way to make you laugh, sometimes at his expense and often at the expense of others, who try to show how sophisticated they are. His first story about going hunting for raccoons and the misunderstandings which can occur is classic. For many years, Motz was a newspaper columnist and his humor is sometimes sarcastic, sometimes banal, sometimes self-edifying, sometimes quixotic, but never has it been dull. In many of the stories, morality suffers on the surface, only to emerge in some twisted and perverse manner later on. The often wry or cutting humor will make you read with concentration, for fear of missing some hidden fact or quirky twist of fate. You will laugh at times and you will just shake your head at others, but you will not find these observations and stories boring. And when you finally put this book down, you will reflect many times later on about how a single misunderstanding or double meaning can change a single story or single life. You will also have a deeper appreciation of the humor of a modern rural America, the world of the author.



Confessions of a Serial Killer

Confessions of a Serial Killer Author D.E. Gilmore
ISBN-10 9781452038926
Release 2011-03-23
Pages 140
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A serial killer is roaming the streets of Milwaukee. He hides in plain sight. He could be your neighbor or your co-worker. Why does he kill? Is it for twisted love or from moral depravity? A fiery detective is on his trail. Will she catch him in time or will she become another victim? Live the path of destruction as seen through the eyes of the serial killer and experience the thrilling conclusion that ends with a wicked twist.



The Confessions of a Drug Addicted Daughter

The Confessions of a Drug Addicted Daughter Author Fern Moore
ISBN-10 9780595134960
Release 2000-11-01
Pages 156
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This is a true story of drug addition. If you are unaware of what can happen to a young person whose life was destroyed by becoming a drug addict, I hope you will read Susan’s life story. This book has great input from the addict, my daughter, on when she started, on how she started, and why she started using drugs. Her letters are insightful as are her confessions, never before told. If I can help even one child avoid the life my daughter has led, it will be worth the agony I have spent in reliving Susan’s life which has been destroyed by the use of drugs.