John Singer Sargent: Ellen Peabody Endicott (Mrs. William Crowninshield Endicott), 1901 1000 Teile Puzzle Grafika
John Singer Sargent: Ellen Peabody Endicott (Mrs. William Crowninshield Endicott), 1901 300 Teile Puzzle Grafika
John Singer Sargent: Ellen Peabody Endicott (Mrs. William Crowninshield Endicott), 1901 100 Teile Puzzle Grafika Kids
Erscheinungsdatum: 14.06.2018, Einband: Paperback, Titelzusatz: Pen and Paper Puzzle Activities, Buster Backpack Books, Autor: Bailey, Ellen/Campbell, Guy, Illustrator: Adrian Barclay/Emily Golden Twomey/Clive Goodyer et al, Verlag: Michael O'Mara Books Ltd., Sprache: Englisch, Produktform: Kartoniert, Umfang: 96 S., Seiten: 96, Format: 1 x 23.9 x 17 cm, Gewicht: 303 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Lavorare in un ospedale psichiatrico è difficile. Ogni giorno la dottoressa Ellen Roth si scontra con un'umanità reietta, con la sofferenza più indicibile, con il buio della mente. Tuttavia, a questo caso non era preparata: la stanza numero 7 è satura di terrore, la paziente rannicchiata ai suoi piedi è stata picchiata, seviziata. È chiusa in se stessa, mugola parole senza senso. Dice che l'Uomo Nero la sta cercando. La sua voce è raccapricciante, è la voce di una bambina in un corpo di donna: le sussurra che adesso prenderà anche lei, Ellen, perché nessuno può sfuggire all'Uomo Nero. E quando il giorno dopo la paziente scompare dall'ospedale senza lasciare traccia, per Ellen incomincia l'incubo. Nessuno l'ha vista uscire, nessuno l'aveva vista entrare. Ellen la vuole rintracciare a tutti i costi ma viene coinvolta in un macabro gioco da cui non sa come uscire. Chi è quella donna? Cosa le è successo? E chi è veramente l'Uomo Nero? Ellen non può far altro che tentare di mettere insieme le tessere di un puzzle diabolico, mentre precipita in un abisso di violenza, paranoia e angoscia. Eppure sa che, alla fine, tutti i nodi verranno al pettine. 1. Italian. Alessandro Germano. http://samples.audible.de/bk/sala/000051/bk_sala_000051_sample.mp3.
The next riveting mystery featuring PI Jane Lawless. Britt Ickles doesn't remember much from her only visit to her mother's childhood home when she was a kid, except for playing with her cousin Timmy and the eruption of a sudden family feud. That's why, when she drops by unannounced after years of silence, she's shocked when her aunts tell her Timmy never existed, that she must be confusing him with someone else. But Britt can't shake the feeling that Timmy did exist...and that something horrible has happened to him. Something her aunts want to cover up. Britt hires Jane Lawless, hoping the private investigator can figure out what really happened to her cousin. When a fire in the family's garage leads to the discovery of buried bones and one of the aunts dies suddenly and suspiciously, Jane can't help but be pulled into the case. Do the bones belong to Timmy? Was the aunt's death an accident, suicide, or homicide? What dark secret has this family been hiding for decades? Fans of Jane Lawless new and old will be fascinated by newly minted MWA Grandmaster Ellen Hart's latest intricate puzzle. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Christina Moore. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/reco/011841/bk_reco_011841_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In Chicago, a pregnant cafeteria worker suffering nothing more malevolent than flulike symptoms begins hemorrhaging from every part of her body. In Boston, a brilliant musician, her face disfigured by an unknown disease, rapidly descends into a lethal paranoia. In Belinda, West Virginia, a miner suddenly goes berserk, causing a cave-in that kills two of his co-workers. Finding the link between these events could prove fatal.Five years ago, internist and emergency specialist Matt Rutledge returned to his West Virginia home to marry his high-school sweetheart and open a practice. He also had a score to settle. His father died while working for the Belinda Coal and Coke Company, and Matt swore to expose the mine's health and safety violations. When his beloved Ginny succumbed to an unusual cancer, his campaign became even more bitterly personal. Now Matt has identified two bizarre cases of what he has dubbed the Belinda Syndrome - caused, he is certain, by the mine's careless disposal of toxic chemicals. All he needs is proof.Meanwhile, two women, unknown to one another, are drawn inexorably to Belinda, into Matt's life - and into mortal danger. Massachusetts coroner Nikki Solari comes to attend the funeral of her roommate, killed violently on a Boston street. Ellen Kroft, a retired schoolteacher from Maryland, seeks the remorseless killer who has threatened to destroy her and her family. Three strangers - Rutledge, Solari, and Kroft - each hold one piece of a puzzle they must solve, and solve quickly. If they don't, it will be far more than just their own lives that are at risk. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Henry Leyva. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/000200/bk_rand_000200_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The scholarship on Jane Ellen Harrison s personalreligious beliefs has focused solely on herEvangelical upbringing, which involved a strictstepmother and a religion based on the fear of hellfire and damnation. The current scholarship hastranslated her antagonism against Evangelicalism as a hatred of all religion, however, a close reading of Harrison s letters and work reveal that as a young girl in Yorkshire she discovered a religion that made her intensely aware of ritual and the religious impulse. Her letters, autobiography, and notes in the Newnham Archive at Cambridge University combine to help piece together a puzzle about an undetected aspect of her life the High Church Movement that became synonymous with what was called Anglican ritualism. This work will shed light, not only on a surprising aspect of Harrison s life, but on the almost forgotten ritualistic saga, which seeped into all aspects of Victorian culture. Understanding how the ritualistic movement affected Harrison and her interpretation of Archaic Greek religion opens up new avenues for understanding Victorian art, literature, society, and religion.
32 years after the final shut down of the Port Ellen Distillery, this research sometimes resembles a 1.000 piece jigsaw puzzle with many pieces of it missing.This book is the attempt to compile for the first time in one single edition all the information about Port Ellen Distillery, which previously had been spread across various works. The chapters of this book include the whole history of the Port Ellen Distillery, the reasons for its closure and removal as well as a cask analysis and pictures of original and some special bottlings.