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📒The Hiding Place ✍ Corrie Ten Boom
📝The Hiding Place Book Synopsis : Despite the danger and threat of discovery, the ten Boom family courageously offered shelter to persecuted Jews during the Nazi occupation of Holland. Then a trap brought about the family's arrest. Could God's love shine through, even in Ravensbruck?
📒Corrie Ten Boom S The Hiding Place ✍ Corrie Ten Boom
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📒Life Lessons From The Hiding Place ✍ Pam Rosewell Moore
📝Life Lessons from The Hiding Place Book Synopsis : These never-before-published insights on an amazing servant of God help readers apply Corrie's lessons to their own lives.
📒The Hiding Place Study Guide ✍ BookCaps Study Guides Staff
📝The Hiding Place Study Guide Book Synopsis : The perfect companion to Corrie ten Boom’s The Hiding Place," this study guide contains a chapter by chapter analysis of the book, a summary of the plot, and a guide to major characters and themes. BookCap Study Guides do not contain text from the actual book, and are not meant to be purchased as alternatives to reading the book. We all need refreshers every now and then. Whether you are a student trying to cram for that big final, or someone just trying to understand a book more, BookCaps can help. We are a small, but growing company, and are adding titles every month.
📒The Hiding Place ✍ Karen Harper
📝The Hiding Place Book Synopsis : After spending nine months in a coma, Tara Kinsale awakes to devastating news. Her best friend, Alexis, has been murdered, leaving Tara as guardian to her daughter, Claire. And Tara's husband has divorced her for another woman. Forced to start over, Tara focuses on reopening her P.I. firm and caring for Claire. But soon her world is shattered again when Nick MacMahon, Claire's uncle, returns from military service in Afghanistan to take guardianship of his niece. The bad dream turns unbearable when Tara learns that something precious was taken from her while she was in a coma. Working with Nick, a man haunted by his own past, Tara begins to investigate the missing months of her life. Together, they will find that secrets don't stay buried forever...even when they are kept in the darkest of hiding places.
📒The Hiding Place ✍ Orna Jagur
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📒The Hiding Place ✍ David Bell
📝The Hiding Place Book Synopsis : David Bell's The Hiding Place is a powerful psychological thriller delving into the secrets of a damaged family in small-town America. Sometimes it's easier to believe a lie . . . Twenty-five-years ago, four-year-old Justin Manning disappeared. Two months later his body was found in a shallow grave in the woods, shocking the small town of Dove Point, Ohio. Janet Manning has been haunted by her brother's death since the day she lost sight of him in the park. Now, a detective and a reporter are asking questions, raising new suspicions and opening old wounds. But if the man jailed for the murder is innocent, who did kill Justin? At the same time a stranger appears at Janet's door claiming to know the truth and a high school friend returns, with his own confused memories of what happened. Janet thought she'd put the past and guilt behind her. But now the truth about her brother is heartbreakingly close - has she the courage to find it? Immerse yourself in David Bell's wonderfully gripping UK debut The Hiding Place and unravel the truth which lies buried in Janet's past. A wonderful treat for all fans of Kate Atkinson and Dennis Lehane. Praise for David Bell's Cemetery Girl: 'David Bell writes spellbinding and gripping thrillers that get under your skin and refuse to let go' Linwood Barclay 'Reads like a collaboration between Michael Connelly and the gothic fiction of Joyce Carol Oates . . . A winner on every level' Will Lavender 'A haunting meditation on the ties that bind parent to child, husband to wife, brother to brother. An absolutely riveting, absorbing read not to be missed' Lisa Unger David Bell is an assistant professor of English at Western Kentucky University. He received an M.A. in creative writing from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and a Ph.D. in American Literature and creative writing from the University of Cincinnati. Cemetery Girl was David Bell's first novel - The Hiding Place is his second.
📒The Hiding Place ✍ Margot Dalton
📝The Hiding Place Book Synopsis : Women Who Dare Laurel Atchison—or Laurie Atkins, as she is now calling herself—doesn't dare tell her new neighbors who she really is or why she's come to Wolf Hill, Alberta. Fortunately, the trusting folk of the small town don't ask too many questions. Until the arrival of another newcomer, the mysterious—and very attractive—Jonas O'Neal. Now the whole town is abuzz, and Laurel is the focus of their interest. Why does this stranger make her nervous? they want to know. Who is he and why is he so interested in her? These are questions Laurel can't answer. All she knows for sure is that she has to keep her secret—and her heart—intact. Women Who Dare
📒No Hiding Place ✍ John Barnie
📝No Hiding Place Book Synopsis : During the past fifty years the Neo-Darwinian synthesis of evolutionary theory with genetics has provided us with a powerful new model of what nature is. The model has much to say about human behaviour too, largely as a result of revolutionary developments in palaeoanthropology and the new discipline of sociobiology. The consequences for philosophy, religion and the humanities generally are profound, yet for most part those educated outside the sciences have remained aloof from the philosophical and ethical implications of Neo-Darwinism; or, recognizing the challenge to beliefs we would rather not reconsider, the response has been hostile. This gap between the biological sciences, where some of the most exciting thinking about nature and human behaviour are taking place, and the humanities and the arts, where such thinking ought to be seized on imaginatively and integrated into our lives, is one of the more important aspects of what might be called the split personality of Western culture. These essays represent attempts by someone trained in the humanities to understand the new nature and the intellectual restructuring which it insists that we make. Essays on nature are interspersed with others on poets, including R. S. Thomas, A. R. Ammons and Harry Martinson, who in various ways and to varying degrees have responded in this century to the pressures of the new thinking about nature on our lives.
📒The Hiding Place ✍ Trezza Azzopardi
📝The Hiding Place Book Synopsis : With an introduction by D J Taylor My father would have flipped a coin and watched his fate come twirling down to earth. Dolores is the youngest of six daughters. Growing up in the 1960s in Cardiff's poverty stricken Tiger Bay, her life is cursed from the start when, on the day of her birth, her father gambles and loses everything on a bet that Delores will be a boy. As Dolores grows older, we see this strange underworld through her eyes: Tiger Bay is a place of gaming rooms and cafes, of crumbling houses and burning secrets, and for Dolores and her sisters, their home is a dangerous place, filled equally by fear and love. Thirty years later, the estranged sisters return to Tiger Bay for their mother's funeral. It is a time of consolation, of memories and nightmares, and a chance for Dolores to understand the tragedy that has shaped her existence. The Hiding Place is a deeply moving and intensely lyrical novel about love and betrayal. Shortlisted for the 2000 Booker Prize, it portrays the life of a child condemned forever to bear the mark of a disintegrating family.