I Joyfully recommend the story of Sam and Sophie. No Place to Run, Maya Banks' second installment of her Kelly International Group series is divine! The suspense is intense, the passion is heady, Sam
Spirit & Place shows how to work towards a sustainable environment through socially inclusive processes of placemaking, and how to create places that are nourishing psychologically and physically
A PLACE TO STAND is a memoir of Jimmy's childhood of abandonment, his career selling drugs, and his time in prison. This is also an account of how an illiterate prisoner fought for the privilege
THE PLACE IN BETWEEN is gross, disgusting, funny, horrific, and disturbing, yet at the same time it's quite entertaining. Rage writes with his conscience thrown out the window (that is, if he had one
Nowhere Is A Place by Bernice L. McFadden is about the interesting yet tragic family tree of Clemantine "Dumpling" Jackson (Lessing). Dumpling and her middle daughter Sherry have always been distant
A Hidden Place is an elegant example of Wilson's prowess. Much of the book is taken up describing the world and lives of several people in Haute Montagne, a dusty, Depression-era farm town somewhere
and William, who always leads with his heart. Though she stays in town only a year, her presence changes their lives forever, leaving one dead and the other almost crazy with guilt. Places in the Dark
The Last Place is excellent. If you've never read her before, you are going to be surprised. Actually, if you've never read her before I would say go back to the beginning with Baltimore Blues
might end. That terrible place from which no one ever returns...
frozen spirit and awakened forgotten dreams--like the desire to search for his long-lost brothers. But did he dare accept her challenge to believe there was a place for him in happily-ever-after?