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Dear authors, we make us laugh, make us cry and make us think. For more information about the book on the lefthand side, scroll your cursor over its cover. For more information about the book on the lefthand side, scroll your cursor over its cover. Betsy Carter tells a poignant story in We Were Strangers Once about the friendships, loves and salvation of a large band of migrants fleeing Europe for the period around 1930.
Betsy Carter, one of the daughters of immigrant Germans, is the writer of the books Swim to Me and The Puzzle King and her memoirs Nothing to Fallback On. First, neither of them knows what to think of the other, but soon their indisputable bond will call into doubt everything that each of them knew about sexuality and oncology.
The Assistants writer Camille Perri wrote a romance about sex and sex, and the importance of finding out who we are in order to investigate what we really want. A steadfastly loving epistle to the Midwest, which unfurls through a festival of films, this insanely lovable novel takes home the rescuing mercy of second chance.
By the best-selling New York Times writer, this tale follows the relation between Lorena Hickok-Hickok-Hick-and Eleanor Roosevelt. They begin with reciprocal romance, mature through turbulent times of forced division and competitive interests and warm up into a lasting fellowship evidenced by 3300 deeds. Loving Eleanor is a deeply touching novel that commemorates the deep and lasting nature of women's charity in the tumultuous years of the Great Depression until the Second World War.
In spite of their expectations for trouble-free cruising, the women of Ten Beach Road face the rough sea in the latest novel in the bestseller range. A former radio station, Wendy Wax is the writer of fourteen books and two short stories, among them One Good Thing, Sunshine Beach, A Week at the Lake, While We Were Watchering Downton Abbey, The House on Mermaid Point, Ocean Beach and Ten Beach Road.