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Miradas Perdidas
Author: Marta Sebastián Pérez
Publisher:
ISBN: 1521571244
Pages: 320
Year: 2017-07
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Una escritora entre notas de acoso.Un romance entre cicatrices.Un espectador entre las sombras. SINOPSIS�Las mujeres no deben ser iluminadas ni educadas de forma alguna. De hecho, deber�an ser segregadas, ya que son causa de insidiosas e involuntarias erecciones en los santos varones�.Cuando Aldara, una escritora de �xito que vive encerrada en s� misma, empieza a recibir notas de este tipo, la Polic�a no le da ninguna importancia. Sin embargo, ella sospecha que detr�s de estas cartas se esconde algo m�s.La casualidad la lleva hasta Ra�l, un detective harto de su trabajo y desenga�ado de la vida.El destino lleva a�os jugando con ellos. �Ser�n capaces juntos de enfrentarse a todas las heridas pasadas? Y, sobre todo, �conseguir�n descubrir qui�n es el acosador de Aldara antes de que sea demasiado tarde?Una carrera contrarreloj cuyo ritmo lo marca un espectador entre las sombras.OTRAS OBRAS DE LA AUTORA- Remiendos del pasado- Sue�o de Cristal
Amor y Gin-Tonic
Author: Maria Jose Vela Gonzalez
Publisher: Tombooktu
ISBN: 841574787X
Pages: 336
Year: 2016-04-12
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Abi es una joven inteligente, perspicaz, fantasiosa y sueña con casarse con Mario. Cree haber alcanzado la felicidad, pero sus planes se derrumban cuando un atractivo seductor entra en su vida. ¿Será capaz de resistirse o acabará dejándose arrastrar por la pasión? Abi está a punto de conseguirlo todo: una posible promoción laboral en el departamento de comunicación de una firma de cosméticos y un novio con el que por fin va a hablar de sus sueños de futuro. En una sola noche sus sueños se frustran. El futuro que Mario contempla no coincide con el de Abi y un consultor muy atractivo empeñado en seducirla le complicará las cosas. María José Vela ha escrito una novela hilarante y original, plagada de un humor agudo y desenfrenado, en la que las princesas son valientes y los príncipes están dormidos. Una novela en la que la protagonista cogerá las riendas de su vida personal y profesional manteniéndote en vilo hasta el final. Acompaña a Abi en este viaje que la llevará a un destino sorprendente. Alcanzar la felicidad es tan difícil como elegir un buen gin-tonic. ¿Te atreves?
El Árbol Y El Pájaro
Author: Juan Fernando Pérez Martín
Publisher: Palibrio
ISBN: 1463318170
Pages:
Year: 2012-12-07
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El árbol no puede volar, pero el pájaro no puede echar raíces... El librito es un tesoro: es de la mejor prosa sentenciosa del habla canaria universal, "sin canarismos de uso", "sin folklorismos localistas". Cada palabra, cada oración sintáctica, está en su conciso valor de belleza clásica; las cadenas expresivas encantan como un manantial que brota como burbujas de agua fresca y clara; los nexos, las partículas birrelacionales, los adjetivos y sus incidencias, las sustancias y los verbos forman un espejo donde la exactitud se refleja con nitidez. Ningún pájaro puede volar dos veces en la misma brisa...
Hidden Treasure
Author: Diana Scott
Publisher: Babelcube Inc.
ISBN: 154753754X
Pages: 93
Year: 2018-06-30
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What happens when secrets should remain hidden but love just can't forget? Anne knows that life doesn't give you a second opportunity, that's why following the death of her husband she is ready to free herself of her past and get what she has always wanted. Anne is an educated, successful and politically correct woman but that hasn't helped her at all from an abusive husband. She feels alone and unprotected. Anne is also passionate, hot and provocative but those virtues that no one will ever see. At present, Anne Foster is the prestigious director for the world acclaimed Stonebridge Archeology Museum. When her boss challenges her to work with Reed Blackman, she knows that now is the perfect time for her to live all her dreams that she has never confessed to. Blackman knows pain, lonliness and heartbreak. He is too troubled to understand romantic dreams but he wants her and he doesn't think of holding back as long as she accepts his sexual desires. Anne knows the road to success isn't easy and knows it will take a lot of risks but feels she has the courage to overcome anything. Blackman hates to appear anything like his repugnant father and hopes to overcome it but doesn't feel capable. He is a cold, calculating man with a hidden agenda that will shut everyone out including her. Will Anne become the woman she has always wanted to be, or will she become a resigned woman? Other books of Contemporary Romances with a strong dosis of romance, passion, action and the adventures of Diana Scott. Saga Infidelities Book 1 After You (Susana, Oscar and Nico) Book 2 It's for You (Susana and Nico) Book 3 The Custody of Your Heart (Matias and Azul) Book 4 Games of Passion (Lucas and Carmen) Book 5 Sorry I Fell in Love (Carlos and Barby) Book 6 Tied To a Feeling (Azul and Matias)
The Lucifer Effect
Author: Philip G. Zimbardo
Publisher: Random House Incorporated
ISBN: 0812974441
Pages: 551
Year: 2008
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Discusses why people are susceptible to the power of evil, the ability of group dynamics and situational pressures to transform human behavior, the significance of disobedience, and the true nature of heroism.
Sapphire Skies
Author: Belinda Alexandra
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 1743099118
Pages: 464
Year: 2014-04-01
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A love greater than war. A beautiful woman lost. A mystery unsolved ... until now. The epic new saga from one of Australia's best loved storytellers. 2000: the wreckage of a downed WWII fighter plane is discovered in the forests near Russia's Ukrainian border. the aircraft belonged to Natalya Azarova, ace pilot and pin-up girl for Soviet propaganda, but the question of her fate remains unanswered. Was she a German spy who faked her own death, as the Kremlin claims? Her lover, Valentin Orlov, now a highly-decorated general, refuses to believe it. Lily, a young Australian woman, has moved to Moscow to escape from tragedy. She becomes fascinated by the story of Natalya, and when she meets an elderly woman who claims to know the truth behind the rumours, Lily is drawn deeper into the mystery. From the pomp and purges of Stalin's Russia through the horrors of war and beyond - secrets and lies, enduring love and terrible betrayal, sacrifice and redemption all combine in this sweeping saga from Belinda Alexandra.
Lost Hours
Author: Lorena Franco
Publisher: Babelcube Inc.
ISBN: 150717425X
Pages: 102
Year: 2017-08-12
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Josh Parker, one of the creative geniuses of the renowned advertising agency, where he works with Paula Hawkins, is brutally murdered. Paula is the last person to see him alive and together with inspector Paul Tischmann will try to solve the mysterious crime. Paula and Paul ́s voices intertwine to create a troubling, chilling thriller with a secret even the protagonists aren ́t ready for.
His Conquest
Author: Diana Cosby
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
ISBN: 1420119982
Pages: 352
Year: 2010-11-01
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The Only Man Who Could Save Her Linet Dancort will not be sold. But that's essentially what her brother intends to do--to trade her like so much chattel to widen his already vast scope of influence. Linet will seize any opportunity to escape her fate--and opportunity comes in the form of a rebel prisoner locked in her brother's dungeon, predatory and fearsome, and sentenced to hang in the morning. Would First Need Saving Himself Seathan MacGruder, Earl of Grey, is not unused to cheating death. But even this legendary Scottish warrior is surprised when a beautiful Englishwoman creeps to his cell and offers him his freedom. What Linet wants in exchange, though--safe passage to the Highlands--is a steep price to pay. For the only thing more dangerous than the journey through embattled Scotland is the desire that smolders between these two fugitives the first time they touch. . . "His Conquest --one part heaven, one part sin." "Passion, danger, lush history and a touch of magic." --Hannah Howell, New York Times Bestselling Author
A Tree is a Tree
Author: King Vidor
Publisher: Samuel French, Inc.
ISBN: 0573606021
Pages: 317
Year: 1989
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Follows King Vidor from his childhood, his move to Hollywood, the building of his studio, and his time at MGM.
No Way Home
Author: Carlos Acosta
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416567313
Pages: 288
Year: 2008-05-06
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Carlos Acosta, the Cuban dancer considered to be one of the world's greatest performers, fearlessly depicts his journey from adolescent troublemaker to international superstar in his captivating memoir, No Way Home. Carlos was just another kid from the slums of Havana; the youngest son of a truck driver and a housewife, he ditched school with his friends and dreamed of becoming Cuba's best soccer player. Exasperated by his son's delinquent behavior, Carlos's father enrolled him in ballet school, subjecting him to grueling days that started at five thirty in the morning and ended long after sunset. The path from student to star was not an easy one. Even as he won dance competitions and wowed critics around the world, Carlos was homesick for Cuba, crippled by loneliness and self-doubt. As he traveled the world, Carlos struggled to overcome popular stereotypes and misconceptions; to maintain a relationship with his family; and, most of all, to find a place he could call home. This impassioned memoir is about more than Carlos's rise to stardom. It is about a young man forced to leave his homeland and loved ones for a life of self-discipline, displacement, and physical hardship. It is also about how the heart and soul of a country can touch the heart and soul of one of its citizens. With candor and humor, Carlos vividly depicts daily life in communist Cuba, his feelings about ballet -- an art form he both lovesand hates -- and his complex relationship with his father. Carlos Acosta makes dance look effortless, but the grace, strength, and charisma we see onstage have come at a cost. Here, in his own words, is the story of the price he paid.
The Sins Of The Fathers
Author: Lawrence Block
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1409138666
Pages: 400
Year: 2011-10-20
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The first novel in the explosive Matthew Scudder Series. The tenth novel in the series - A WALK AMONG THE TOMBSTONES - is set to be a major Hollywood film, starring Liam Neeson. A pretty young girl is butchered in her Greenwich Village apartment. The prime suspect, a minister's son, is found dead in his jail cell. As far as the NYPD is concerned, the case is closed. But ex-cop Matt Scudder, is persuaded to look into the case by the dead girl's father. And suddenly he's up to his neck in sleaze and corruption, phoney religious cults and murderous lust. In New York's underbelly, the children have no choice but to pay the price for their parent's most unspeakable sins...
The Healing
Author: Jonathan Odell
Publisher: Anchor Books
ISBN: 0307744566
Pages: 340
Year: 2012-11-13
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Concerned about his wife's grief over the loss of their daughter and worrying about a mysterious illness that is afflicting his slaves, Master Satterfield purchases a slavewoman known as a healer only to be unsettled by her troubling predictions.
Mad Enchantment
Author: Ross King
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1632860147
Pages: 416
Year: 2016-09-06
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From bestselling author Ross King, a brilliant portrait of the legendary artist and the story of his most memorable achievement. Claude Monet is perhaps the world's most beloved artist, and among all his creations, the paintings of the water lilies in his garden at Giverny are most famous. Monet intended the water lilies to provide "an asylum of peaceful meditation." Yet, as Ross King reveals in his magisterial chronicle of both artist and masterpiece, these beautiful canvases belie the intense frustration Monet experienced in trying to capture the fugitive effects of light, water, and color. They also reflect the terrible personal torments Monet suffered in the last dozen years of his life. Mad Enchantment tells the full story behind the creation of the Water Lilies, as the horrors of World War I came ever closer to Paris and Giverny and a new generation of younger artists, led by Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso, were challenging the achievements of Impressionism. By early 1914, French newspapers were reporting that Monet, by then seventy-three, had retired his brushes. He had lost his beloved wife, Alice, and his eldest son, Jean. His famously acute vision--what Paul Cezanne called "the most prodigious eye in the history of painting†?--was threatened by cataracts. And yet, despite ill health, self-doubt, and advancing age, Monet began painting again on a more ambitious scale than ever before. Linking great artistic achievement to the personal and historical dramas unfolding around it, Ross King presents the most intimate and revealing portrait of an iconic figure in world culture.
Hell Calling
Author: Enrique Laso
Publisher: Babelcube Inc.
ISBN: 1507100027
Pages: 56
Year: 2017-12-29
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Carlos, a successful businessman, receives the worst of all possible news: his wife and daughter have just been killed in a car accident. Feeling guilty at not having spent enough time with his daughter, Laura, he embarks upon a search for redemption, in which he resolves to find out more about the daughter now lost to him. Carlos is astonished as he begins to learn increasingly more about Laura’s life from her schoolteacher, her psychologist, and her friends, and he begins to suspect that perhaps she was not the loving little girl he thought she was; that behind her friendly face, terrible secrets were hidden. After several nights of hearing strange noises emanating from his radio-alarm clock, Laura begins to ask for his help... from the depths of Hell itself. From that moment on, Carlos will begin a chilling adventure he will wish he had never started... *Now a feature-length film in Spanish, under the original title of ‘Desde el Infierno’, premiered in 2014.
Short History of the Shadow
Author: Victor I. Stoichita
Publisher: Reaktion Books
ISBN: 1861890001
Pages: 264
Year: 1997-08-01
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In this investigative tour de force, Victor I. Stoichita untangles the history of one of the most enduring technical and symbolic challenges to beset Western artists – the depiction and meanings of shadows. The representation of shadow, and especially of cast shadow, is as old as art itself, for according to classical writers art was born when the outline of a human shadow thrown onto a wall was first traced out in order to capture it in the form of a silhouette. But the history of the shadow is properly the history of light versus dark, for in addition to indicating relief and volume or the times of day, shadows can intimate subtler interior realities – from states of mind to the state of the soul. According to J. C. Lavater in the 18th century, for example, it was the shadow of the face, not the face itself, that was the soul’s reflection. More recently Andy Warhol, in his Shadows canvases, and Joseph Beuys have in turn explored the idea of the shadow as the hyper-realized revelation of utter human emptiness and as the self’s awesomely powerful Doppelgänger. Stoichita’s compelling account of the shadow and Western art, which draws on texts by Renaissance artist-authors like Vasari and Cennini, folk tales, fairy tales and classical myths, works by van Eyck, Poussin, Malevich, De Chirico, Picasso and other masters, German Expressionist cinema, photography and child psychology, is a wholly original incursion into a subject that for centuries has challenged the very meaning of art as representation.