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  • The Endless River - Deluxe - CD + DVD



    O até então inimaginável disco inédito do Pink Floyd, chega aos ouvidos do mundo inteiro após 20 anos aguardando para ser lançado. The Endless River é o décimo quinto álbum da banda – e lamentavelmente último de estúdio - que fecha um ciclo iniciado...

  • The Big River - Col. Modern Readers

    Saber,Vera Abi

    The Big River - Col. Modern Readers

  • The Endless River



    O até então inimaginável disco inédito do Pink Floyd, chega aos ouvidos do mundo inteiro após 20 anos aguardando para ser lançado. The Endless River é o décimo quinto álbum da banda – e lamentavelmente último de estúdio - que fecha um ciclo iniciado...

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    The River - A Memoir of Life in the Border...


    A vivacious memoir of life along the Detroit River, from the prize-winning reporter, novelist, and CBC broadcaster Paul Vasey.

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    The River House

    Janita Cunnington

    THE BOOK CLUB PICK OF 2016! The River House is a spellbinding debut novel, resonant of childhoods past and the beauty of the Australian countryside.It is the late 1940s, and the Broody River runs through a maze of sandbanks into the Coral Sea. On its...

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    The River'apos;s Daughter (The Soul Survivors...


    To pioneering settlers, Oregon is the'quot;promise land'quot;. To the Rogue Indians, it is home.Dark Water is the keeper of her tribe'apos;s history. Pregnant, she searches for her missing husband. When she finds him dead, murdered by the whites, her...

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    The River and Enoch O'apos;Reilly

    Peter Murphy

    From an author offering 'quot;some of the best writing I'apos;ve seen from a younger Irish writer in a while'quot; (Colum McCann) comes the tale of Enoch O'apos;Reilly-- Elvis-impersonator, preacher-- a small Irish town, a river flood, and the...

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    The River


    When two formerly Amish sisters return home for their parents' landmark anniversary, both are troubled by the past and the unresolved relationships they left behind.

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    The River God (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

    Pertwee, Roland

    Although he was primarily a screenwriter and actor, since his death, Roland Pertwee's written work has attracted increasing amounts of critical attention. 'The River God' is now regarded as one of the finest British fishing stories ever written. Many...

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    The River'apos;s End

    James Oliver Curwood

    Books for All Kinds of Readers. ReadHowYouWant offers the widest selection of on-demand, accessible format editions on the market today. Our 7 different sizes of EasyRead™ are optimized by increasing the font size and spacing between the words and...

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    The River Is Home


    Award winning Florida novelist Patrick Smith'apos;s first novel, The River Is Home revolves around a Mississippi family'apos;s struggle to cope with changes in their rural environment. Poor in material possessions, Skeeter'apos;s kinfolk are rich in...

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    The River'apos;s End

    James Oliver Curwood

    This early work by James Oliver Curwood was originally published in 1919 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. In 'The River's End', two men who physically resemble each other lead very different lives. Conniston is...

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    The River Caught Sunlight

    Katie Andraski

    Sometimes a person has to leave home, even if that home is the most marvelous place she's ever lived, even if her mother will be diagnosed with terminal cancer, and her beloved farmer, a man she's loved for years asks her to marry him. Janice...

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    The River's End

    Curwood,James, Oliver; 1stWorld Library

    Between Conniston, of His Majesty's Royal Northwest Mounted Police, and Keith, the outlaw, there was a striking physical and facial resemblance. Both had observed it, of course. It gave them a sort of confidence in each other. Between them it hovered...

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    the river of life and death

    Jun Cai

    'quot;Life and death river'quot; Content abstract: After death, everyone will have to go through the gate of hell, walk up the road of Acheron, pass away the Lethean Waters, throw over the Bridge Over Troubled Water, then will see an old lady named...

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    The River in My Backyard


    OF ALL THE HAUNTING MEMOIRS THAT I HAVE READ, Mikkel Aaland’s The River in My Backyard, is at once the most heart-rending and the most courageously triumphant. Aaland explores two rivers, the literal one that runs past his ancestral home in Norway,...

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    The River War

    Winston S. Churchill

    Winston Churchill was Prime Minister of England during some of the most important moments in history. In 1953 Churchill won the Nobel Prize in Literature. While still an officer in the British army, Winston Churchill wrote this account of the...

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    The River Road

    Karen Osborn

    David and Michael Sanderson are brothers, inseparable since childhood from each other and from their neighbor Kay Richards, a complicated young woman involved in a passionate and obsessive love affair with David. One spring night, while at home on a...

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    The River, By Moonlight


    On a rainy April night in 1917, a passing vagrant sees a young woman fall (or is it jump?) into New York City's Hudson River. He tries to save her, but fails. The police tentatively identify the woman as Lily Canning, twenty-five years old, from...

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    The River Folk

    Dickinson, Margaret

    The River Folk is a spellbinding story of Lincolnshire life in the inter-war years, by the author of The Fisher Lass, Margaret Dickinson.For twelve-year-old Mary Ann Clark life has always been tough. The pretty daughter of a wife-beating drunk, it is...

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    The River Dream


    The River Dream is a collection of original proverbs that looks to continue that classic form in its search for wisdom and spirituality. Each proverb has a corresponding photo that adds meaning and substance in the same way music adds to a lyric to...

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    The River

    Rick Marchetti

    A young couple moves to their dream house in rural Connecticut and quickly discovers their dream has turned into a nightmare.

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    The River Bank - A sequel to Kenneth...


    A delightful, fully illustrated re-envisioning and expansion of the world of The Wind in the Willows.

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    The River Runs Orange - A Meg Harris Mystery


    Meg Harris discovers the skull and bones of a woman whose very existence takes the archeological world by storm. But when her neighbours, the Migiskan Algonquin, declare their rights to the ancient remains, Meg becomes embroiled in a fight that pits...

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    The River Swimmer - Novellas


    Jim Harrison is one of America’s most beloved and critically-acclaimed authors—on a par with American literary greats like Richard Ford, Anne Tyler, Robert Stone, Russell Banks, and Ann Beattie. His latest collection of novellas, The River Swimmer,...

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    The River'apos;s Edge

    Tina Sears

    Forced to spend the summer of 1976 with relatives, Chris Morgan faces many challenges. Her mom and dad are splitting up and she hates being away from them. Now she has to make some tough choices about what she knows is right or giving in to the...

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    The Fall River Murders - The Trial of Lizzie...

    Jim D. Jordan

    The mystery of Lizzie Borden has captivated the public as perhaps one of the most celebrated cases in our American justice system. Comparisons can be made to moremodern-day trials, such as the O.J. Simpson trial, orthe trails of Jodie Arias, Casey...

  • The River Tyne - Its History And Resources...


    Excerpt from The River Tyne: Its History and Resources The gentle memory Of the Author calls for some few words of Preface to his posthumous work. For some years in more or less advanced forward ness for publication, it was his intention that it...

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    The Secret River


    London, 1807. William Thornhill, happily wedded to his childhood sweetheart Sal, is a waterman on the River Thames. Life is tough but bearable until William makes a mistake, a bad mistake for which he and his family are made to pay dearly. His...

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    The Red River Ring

    Smith,Randy D.

    An Old West adventure set in the rugged Palo Duro Canyon of Texas,The Red River Ring is the story of Pommel McMurphy, a successful pioneer rancher, Confederate soldier, and trail boss. McMurphy returns to the Palo Duro after being summoned by his...

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    The Outlaw River Wilde


    "What would you do if spooky things started happening in YOUR community?" Gloria AntypowichWho of us, at one time or another, hasn't wondered if we are alone in the universe? Mitch Wilde never had until a failed attempt at pulling an arrow out of his...

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    The Secret River and Searching for The Secret...


    Kate Grenville's The Secret River was one of the most loved novels of 2006. Shortlisted for the Booker Prize and awarded the Commonwealth Writer's Prize, the story of William Thornhill and hisjourney from London to the other side of the world has...

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    The Guilty River

    Wilkie Collins

    This early work by Wilkie Collins was originally published in 1886. Born in Marylebone, London in 1824, Collins' family enrolled him at the Maida Hill Academy in 1835, but then took him to France and Italy with them between 1836 and 1838. Returning...

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    The Concrete River


    Jack Liffey lost his job, and then his wife and daughter.All he had left was his ability to track down missing children, so he set up as a detective specializing in kidnappings.A woman from Mexico shows up with only a few words of English, and when...

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    The Guilty River

    Wilkie Collins

    During his lifetime, British fiction writer Wilkie Collins came to rival Charles Dickens in popularity and critical acclaim. Like Dickens, Collins often gravitated toward characters who overcame significant obstacles to learn important life lessons....

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    The Niagara River - Poems


    Salon compared the poems in Kay Ryan’s last collection to “Fabergé eggs, tiny, ingenious devices that inevitably conceal some hidden wonder.” The Niagara River contains similarly hidden gems. Intense and relaxed, buoy­ant and rueful, the singular...

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    The Guilty River

    Wilkie Collins
    (3374355) thank you for your continued support and wish to present you this new edition. FOR reasons of my own, I excused myself from accompanying my stepmother to a dinner-party given in our neighborhood. In my present humor, I preferred being...

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    The Guilty River

    Wilkie Collins

    Set in a beautiful landscape, the work reflects the ugliness of relationships. A group of individuals are presented with deep psychological insight that leads the reader to an understanding about them. The desperation and frustration of their...

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    The Lower River

    Paul Theroux

    A taut, tense, darkly suspenseful novel about a man who flees to Africa after his marriage falls apart, only to be caught up in a precarious situation in a seemingly benign village.

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    The Green River Serial Killer

    Morehead,Pennie Psy.D.

    This first book by Pennie Morehead chronicles the life of Judith, the wife of Gary Ridgway, the infamous serial killer of more than 48 women. It contains 112 original photographs and letters, many published here for the first time, and reveal the...

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    The Guilty River

    Wilkie Collins

    For reasons of my own, I excused myself from accompanying my stepmother to a dinner-party given in our neighborhood. In my present humor, I preferred being alone - and, as a means of getting through my idle time, I was quite content to be occupied in...

  • Of Time and the River


    Leaving his Southern home for Harvard University, New York City, and then, Europe, Eugen Gant explores his manhood and his American identity, falling in love with a beautiful stage designer along the way.

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    The Baron Of Coyote River


    Lance Gordon's running out of room and time. Back in the Sierras he killed the man who murdered his father. Unfortunately that man turned out to be a Deputy Marshal, and now Lance has a price on his head. Lance wants only to live in peace, but he'll...

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    The River Flows On - Black Resistance,...

    Rucker, Walter C.

    The River Flows On offers an impressively broad examination of slave resistance in America, spanning the colonial and antebellum eras in both the North and South and covering all forms of recalcitrance, from major revolts and rebellions to everyday...

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