In the mid-19th century in a mill town in Yorkshire Beth loses her mother in childbirth and is left caring for her father and two brothers but when discovering she is pregnant leaves home to live with an aunt. A tragic accident leaves her in the colourful world of the Romany Gypsies where she gives birth to her son, Joshua. She keeps his birth a secret but when many years later he is falsely accused of murder by an evil man who is obsessed with Beth and wishes revenge on her she must choose where her destiny lies and secrets must be told if she is save him from the hangman's noose. But Beth is not the only one who has secrets.
Kathleen, Eric and Seth all get caught up in a web of lies so fragile that one fateful encounter could tear it apart - and force Kathleen to make a choice between the family that needs her and the needs of her own heart.
This handbook is a companion to Agricultural Insect Pests of the Tropics and their Control (2nd Edition 1983) and, like the earlier book, it is designed as a source of reference about most of the major insect and mite pests of agricultural crops. These two volumes by the same author now present a world-wide coverage of the economically important insect pests of tropical and temperate agriculture. Students taking courses in entomology, agriculture, crop pest biology and crop protection, and professional workers concerned with identification and control of insect pests, will find this comprehensive account an indispensable handbook and source of reference.
During the interval between the lst and 2d series two pamphlets of Proceedings were published, 1880-1881, relating to the Jeanette Arctic expedition; also the 2 vols. (8 nos.) of the Bulletin, 1884/1886-1886/1887.
ART FROM ADVERSITY shines the spotlight on mental illness, in particular, bipolar disorder. It provides an insight into what it is like to become mentally ill, to ascend into mania, free fall into depression, andfinally emerge profoundly changed by the experience. ART FROM ADVERSITY: A LIFE WITH BIPOLAR is Anne Therese Naylor's memoir and information guide to mental illness. She provides insights into what it is like to become mentally ill and what it takes to become well. Her artworks, both on the cover and woven throughout the book, illustrate the creativity that can come from adversity. With messages demonstrating that everyone knows someone affected by mental illness, and that positive things can be born from adversity, this book encourages all of us that education about mental illness is the key to understanding and freedom. This book will strongly appeal to lovers of memoir, practical advice, and anyone who knows someone with a mental illness.
During the fi fteen years Glenda Baker was the publisher and editor-in-chief of NEWN, she read and critiqued hundreds of short stories. She also wrote many of her own. This volume contains twenty-two of Glendas storiesfrom short (21,000 words) to short-short (about 1,000 words) to flash fiction (52 words total) in which Glenda addresses subjects such as: After doing a favor for his boss, how does a man end up in an maze he cant find his way out of? What would happen if a contemporary kid created a golem? What secrets do three generations of women learn about each other while on a weekend trip to Cape Cod? How far will a passive-aggressive woman go if pushed to the limit?