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Two Sisters

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Editor: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
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The riveting true story of two sisters’ journey to the Islamic State and the father who tries to bring them home Two Sisters, by the international bestselling author Åsne Seierstad, tells the unforgettable story of a family divided by faith. Sadiq and Sara, Somali immigrants raising a family in Norway, one day discover that their teenage daughters, Leila and Ayan, have vanished—and are en route to Syria to aid the Islamic State. Seierstad’s riveting account traces the sisters’ journey from secular, social democratic Norway to the front lines of the war in Syria, and follows Sadiq’s harrowing attempt to find them. Employing the same mastery of narrative suspense she brought to The Bookseller of Kabul and One of Us, Seierstad puts the problem of radicalization into painfully human terms, using instant messages and other primary sources to reconstruct a family’s crisis from the inside. Eventually, she takes us into the hellscape of the Syrian civil war, as Sadiq risks his life in pursuit of his daughters, refusing to let them disappear into the maelstrom—even after they marry ISIS fighters. Two Sisters is a relentless thriller and a feat of reporting with profound lessons about belief, extremism, and the meaning of devotion.

The Two Sisters of Borneo

The Two Sisters of Borneo Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ian Hamilton
Editor: House of Anansi
ISBN: 1770892451
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The sixth installment in the wildly popular Ava Lee series from Arthur Ellis Award winner Ian Hamilton. Ava has been in Hong Kong looking after Uncle. She has also set up an investment company with May Ling Wong and her sister-in-law, Amanda Yee. One of their first investments — a furniture company owned by two sisters in Kota Kinabalu, Borneo — runs into immediate problems with a Dutch customer. Ava goes to the Netherlands to investigate, but her life is threatened when she is confronted by a gang of local thugs in Borneo. Out of the shadows comes a mysterious man from Shanghai...

Two Sisters

Two Sisters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mary Hogan
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062279947
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Mary Hogan’s powerful and poignant debut novel about two sisters—opposites in every way—plus their mother and the secrets and lies that define them all. One family, two sisters, a lifetime of secrets . . . The third child in a family that wanted only two, Muriel Sullivant has always been an outsider. Short, dark-haired and round, she worships her beautiful blonde sister, Pia, and envies the close bond she shares with their mother, Lidia. Growing up in their shadow, Muriel believes that if she keeps all their secrets—and she knows plenty, outsiders always do—they will love her, too. But that was a long time ago. Now an adult, Muriel has accepted the disappointments in her life. With her fourth-floor walk-up apartment and entry-level New York City job, she never will measure up to Pia and her wealthy husband, their daughter, and their suburban Connecticut dream home. Muriel would like nothing better than to avoid her judgmental family altogether. One thing she does quite well. Until the day Pia shows up to visit and share devastating news that Muriel knows she cannot tell—a secret that will force her to come to terms with the past and help her see her life and her family in unexpected new ways.

Two Sisters

Two Sisters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Josephine Cox
Editor: HarperCollins
ISBN: 000812843X
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Don’t miss this gripping story from Sunday Times bestselling author, Josephine Cox!

Two Sisters

Two Sisters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kay David
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 1460351002
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THEY'RE DEFINITELY NOT TWO OF A KIND Elizabeth and April are identical twins. Except they don't look or act alike anymore. Elizabeth is reserved, quiet and hardworking. April isn't. When April disappears, Elizabeth can only think the worst. But she'll do whatever it takes to find her sister. Enter a dark, dangerous world, pretend she's someone she's not and ask a complete stranger for help. John Mallory knows there's more to Elizabeth Benoit than she's letting on. She tortures her beautiful hair by putting it up and covers her gorgeous body with tailored suits. Every instinct he has tells him she's hiding something. And he's the kind of man who doesn't like unsolved mysteries. So when she tells him about her sister's disappearance, he doesn't think twice about helping—though it's clear she doesn't really want him involved.

Saraband for Two Sisters

Saraband for Two Sisters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Philippa Carr
Editor: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480403709
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Saraband for Two Sisters by Philippa Carr Summary

The twin daughters of Tamsyn Pennlyon take very different paths—only to reunite in a firestorm of explosive secrets and illicit passions that threaten to divide them forever Twins Angelet and Bersaba Landor may look alike, but their personalities couldn’t be more different. Angelet is sweet, gentle, and submissive, while Bersaba is secretive, sensual, and headstrong. When the sisters are separated by forces beyond their control, Bersaba finds her life taking a dark turn. After years apart, the twins are reunited within the echoing halls of Far Flamstead.As Angelet finds herself at the mercy of the manor’s secret past, Bersaba gives in to a perilous temptation. Bersaba will risk everything—even her life—for the love of one man. Against the backdrop of seventeenth-century England, a time of bloody revolt and new beginnings, Bersaba and Angelet discover that the ties that bind them can also tear them apart.

A Tale of Two Sisters (Disney Frozen)

A Tale of Two Sisters (Disney Frozen) Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Melissa Lagonegro
Editor: RH/Disney
ISBN: 0385385447
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A Tale of Two Sisters (Disney Frozen) by Melissa Lagonegro Summary

Fearless optimist Anna sets off on an epic journey—teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven—to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter. Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical trolls and a hilarious snowman named Olaf, Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom. This Step 2 Step into Reading leveled reader brings all the magic and adventure of Disney Frozen to children ages 4-6 who are just learning to read on their own.

Once Two Sisters

Once Two Sisters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sarah Warburton
Editor: Crooked Lane Books
ISBN: 1643855263
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Perfect for fans of Alafair Burke and Megan Collins, Sarah Warburton's debut novel that explores the dangerous bond between sisters. When her sister goes missing, Zoe assumes it's just another one of her estranged sibling's stunts--but the danger is all too real. Zoe Hallett and her sister, Ava, are the precocious offspring of two pioneering scientists, but the sisters have been estranged for years. When Zoe reads a news story about Ava's mysterious disappearance, she assumes it's just another of her sister's twisted fictions, designed to blame Zoe and destroy the peaceful life she's created with her husband and beautiful stepdaughter in Houston. But Zoe's email is hacked to send threatening messages to Ava--and a more sinister picture begins to emerge. Zoe returns to her home state of Virginia to prove her innocence to the authorities, to her parents, and to Glenn, her ex-boyfriend and current brother-in-law. For the first time, Zoe begins to believe Ava is in grave danger, and when Glenn catches her searching for clues in Ava's home, she looks guiltier than ever--but maybe Glenn is not all he seems. The clues Zoe finds point to a bizarre link between Ava's disappearance and her mother's "research". Is there a secret someone is trying to protect? And would someone be willing to kill to protect it? As her sister's life hangs in the balance, Zoe draws on hidden reserves of strength and hope to save the sister she never thought she loved.

A Tale of Two Sisters

A Tale of Two Sisters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Debbie Dadey
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481402595
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Echo is thrilled to find a human object in this Mermaid Tales adventure, but will sibling rivalry keep her from appreciating her prize? Echo is dogfish tired of having to share everything with her bossy big sister, Crystal. So she’s extra excited when she stumbles upon a shiny human object near her shell. Finally, something of her very own! Echo is obsessed with people, so she’s very curious as to what her fin-tastic human find might be. Could it be something totally wavy, like a music-making machine? What if it’s something that could allow her to actually talk to humans? Before she can find out, Crystal swipes the object, claiming she found it first! Echo is steaming mad. After the mergirls duke it out in a messy tug of war, their mother takes the object away. “You’ll get this back when you can learn to get along,” she tells them. But that’s easier said than done. How far is Echo willing to go to get her precious human object back?

A Tale of Two Sisters

A Tale of Two Sisters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Anna Maxted
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1446493563
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A Tale of Two Sisters by Anna Maxted Summary

They were the best of friends, they were the worst of friends ... Lizbet and Cassie are close, yet far apart. After a clueless upbringing (their parents' basic childrearing beliefs: 'play a trombone, see a monkey, get some fresh air'), the two sisters strike out in opposite directions, both desperate to escape... Cassie is skinny, clever, charismatic, successful - every right-thinking girl's worst nightmare. The one flaw in her quality-controlled life may be her marriage - and if there are any other flaws lurking, Cassie has them covered. Lizbet is plumper, plainer, dreamier - more concerned about the design on her coffee cup than whether she can afford her new house. She works reluctantly for Ladzmag, desperate to make her name as a writer, but stuck writing embarrassing articles on sex. Her one achievement is her relationship with Tim, who thinks she's cute not stupid for asking why Jesus has a Mexican name. Despite Cassie being the favoured child, she and Lizbet have managed to stay friends. Perhaps because - as Cassie says - they've always wanted different things. But that's about to change. Confronted by challenges that they never asked for, forced apart by mistakes not their own, will Cassie and Lizbet ever realise the real meaning of sisterhood, or will true nature ruin everything...?

Two Sisters

Two Sisters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bobbie Gambrell
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1663227241
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Two Sisters by Bobbie Gambrell Summary

When I first wrote this book, I made it for my grandchildren to read more. I didn’t realize the story was about me and my sister until I was reading this book myself one day. My sister and I were always running and playing, going on adventures and getting into trouble. We were young and free. Before cellphones and video games, we had each other. We were family!


TWO SISTERS 1 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kay David,Kakuko Shinozaki
Editor: Harlequin / SB Creative
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TWO SISTERS 1 by Kay David,Kakuko Shinozaki Summary

Elizabeth’s heart is breaking with worry about her twin sister. April went missing the day after their last argument. Elizabeth contacts the nightclub where April works, but to no avail. Her neighbor John is there to listen to her when she’s at her wit’s end. He’s a detective and his kindness encourages her to open herself up to him. With the possibility that her sister might be in danger, the two begin their own investigation.?

Two Sisters in the Spirit

Two Sisters in the Spirit Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Hans Urs von Balthasar
Editor: Ignatius Press
ISBN: 1681496097
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Two Sisters in the Spirit by Hans Urs von Balthasar Summary

Balthasar's unique volume on Thérèse of Lisieux and Elizabeth of the Trinity presents a theological biography of each of these holy Carmelite sisters which gives profound insights into their spirituality, showing that their differences actually complement one another. Balthasar probes the depths of the contemplative mission of each of these young Carmelites who both died in their twenties, and gave powerful witness to the critical importance of contemplation as a means to holiness. Each woman is clearly shown as a daughter of her Carmelite heritage with her own emphasis: Thérèse's discovery of the "little way of love" and Elizabeth's focus on the indwelling of God in the soul.

The Weight of It

The Weight of It Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Amy Wilensky
Editor: Henry Holt and Company
ISBN: 1466865865
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The Weight of It by Amy Wilensky Summary

A deeply affecting memoir about the bond between two sisters—and the 150 pounds that nearly separated them As young girls, a year apart in age, Alison and Amy Wilensky were almost indistinguishable. And they were inseparable: growing up in a comfortable Boston suburb, they were never far from each other's side, wearing matching dresses, playing the same games, eating the same food. But Alison began gaining weight in elementary school and by the time she was sixteen was morbidly obese. The sisters remained close, but over the years the daily indignities and affronts endured by Alison took their toll, reshaping her identity indelibly and affecting the sisters' relationship in unanticipated ways. In her late twenties, Alison underwent gastric bypass surgery, in the wake of which she lost more than 150 pounds and achieved the shape she'd dreamed of for so much of her life. It wasn't just her body that was transformed: every significant relationship in her life was profoundly altered. The Weight of It is a universal story of how we discover what makes us who we are, and how we become the people we want to be. Amy Wilensky is uniquely equipped to write this book, and she does so with fine perception, insight, and compassion.

Two Cases from Jung’s Clinical Practice

Two Cases from Jung’s Clinical Practice Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Vicente L. de Moura
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 0429631987
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Two Cases from Jung’s Clinical Practice places two key cases, those of Mischa Epper and Maggy Reichstein, into the context of Jung’s work in the 1920s and provides a complete assessment of their place within his writings. Presented in three parts, it first examines Jung’s disappointment with contemporary treatments and theories and his break from Freud and the development of his own ideas, and then summarises the history of his more famous patients. In Part 2, de Moura examines Epper’s case, which is recognised as an essential part of the development of the concept of active imagination, as well as how it is connected to the work of Jung’s collaborator Maria Moltzer. Finally, Part 3 assesses the case of Reichstein, which emerges as a key contribution to Jung’s writings on Eastern and Western psychology, transference and countertransference, mandalas and, in particular, synchronicity. Two Cases from Jung’s Clinical Practice provides a comprehensive and personable picture of Jung and his interactions with these two patients, giving us valuable data about a time when his practice was still evolving. A unique and insightful study, this book will be an essential work for academics and students of Jungian and post-Jungian theory, analytical psychology, and the history of psychoanalysis and psychology. These cases will also be of great interest to analytical psychologists and Jungian analysts in practice and in training.

A Tragic Tale of Two Sisters

A Tragic Tale of Two Sisters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tanweer Akhter
Editor: ShieldCrest
ISBN: 1912505703
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A Tragic Tale of Two Sisters by Tanweer Akhter Summary

This is the story of two young, innocent sisters who did not know how cruel some people could be until it was too late. They had no idea what nightmare they were going to face by marrying two brothers with evil, selfish parents. All their husbands wanted to do was marry the sisters to stay in the UK and abuse them. The marriages ended after the women were beaten up by their husbands. This story is told the way it happened to explain the torture and suffering both sisters had to go through. This book is a tale of selfishness, treachery, dishonesty, bullying and manipulation by certain members of a family who had abandoned any decent code of human behaviour.

Two Sisters Singing

Two Sisters Singing Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Carmen Cullen
Editor: Liberties Press
ISBN: 1909718025
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Two Sisters Singing by Carmen Cullen Summary

Surrounded by the beauty of her native Mayo, eighteen-year-old Lily dreams of being a famous singer on the London stage - but her parents have planned a more normal life for her, taking a degree in UCD. But leaving home also means leaving a passionate romance with a handsome, visiting American named Theo. Once in Dublin, secrets and betrayal abound when Lily's sister Moyra begins a relationship with Theo and Lily's Aunt Terry, a nun, appears to be harbouring a hidden past. As Moyra's relationship with Theo turns grim, she desperately needs her sister's support to keep tragedy at bay. But, still longing to perform, Lily finds herself at a crossroads in life. Disturbing yet heartwarming, critical yet nostalgic, Carmen Cullen delivers a convincing portrayal of both the warmth and the wrath of 1940s' Ireland. Never flinching from the savage social impact of the Church's power, Cullen's writing also conveys the charming and simplistic quality of the time as reflected in the lines of classic Irish ballads, particularly those by the author's iconic aunt, Delia Murphy. This heartfelt and bittersweet story is a stirring evocation of a bygone era.

A Tale of Two Sisters

A Tale of Two Sisters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Merryn Allingham
Editor: Canelo
ISBN: 1788632702
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Separated by time and distance, two sisters seek answers for all they’ve lost When Alice Verinder’s beloved sister Lydia goes missing, Alice boards the Orient Express bound for Topkapi Palace in Constantinople, determined to find her. Lydia was governess to the Sultan’s young children and though her letters spoke of exotic delights and welcoming hosts, the reception Alice receives is decidedly cold and answers unforthcoming. Now, as Alice digs deeper into the secrets of a land foreign to her she has only Englishman Harry Frome to help her. But as their search uncovers unforeseen dangers and exposes an unexpected ardour, is Alice ready for the truths they’ll uncover? An emotional historical drama perfect for fans of Linda Finlay and Rosie Goodwin


TWO SISTERS 2 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kay David,Kakuko Shinozaki
Editor: Harlequin / SB Creative
ISBN: 459629027X
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TWO SISTERS 2 by Kay David,Kakuko Shinozaki Summary

Seeking comfort, Elizabeth spends a night with John, but now she feels guilty for seeking solace while her sister is still missing. Adding to her sense of guilt, a new clue about her sister's whereabouts is found, and it proves that her sister is indeed in trouble. Her wishful thinking that her sister had just taken a trip is shattered. Exhausted to the core, she’s supported by John, who keeps chasing their suspect. But it’s beginning to feel as if the perpetrator is mocking them…

A Tale of Two Sisters

A Tale of Two Sisters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Chris Pack
Editor: TEACH Services, Inc.
ISBN: 1479600008
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Their home environment was anything but ideal. Anna and Krista grew up with a helpless, detached mother and an angry, verbally abusive father. Anna walked around on eggshells, nervously waiting for her father to explode in a fit of rage. Krista, too, tried to steer clear of doing anything to upset him. As soon as they hit their teen years, they escaped to a world of friends, alcohol, and drugs. They were desperate for love and a chance at a better life, but that only drove them into abusive relationships with other men and more drugs and alcohol. Was there hope? Could they find a way out? Did they have a chance at a better life, a better life with God? A Tale of Two Sisters is the true story of real-life sisters who were headed down a path of destruction and pain until they met a Man who turned their lives around.


TWO SISTERS 2 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kay David,Kakuko Shinozaki
Editor: Harlequin / SB Creative
ISBN: 4596293244
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TWO SISTERS 2 by Kay David,Kakuko Shinozaki Summary

Seeking comfort, Elizabeth spends a night with John, but now she feels guilty for seeking solace while her sister is still missing. Adding to her sense of guilt, a new clue about her sister's whereabouts is found, and it proves that her sister is indeed in trouble. Her wishful thinking that her sister had just taken a trip is shattered. Exhausted to the core, she’s supported by John, who keeps chasing their suspect. But it’s beginning to feel as if the perpetrator is mocking them…

Daughters of the Flower Fragrant Garden: Two Sisters Separated by China's Civil War

Daughters of the Flower Fragrant Garden: Two Sisters Separated by China's Civil War Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Zhuqing Li
Editor: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393541789
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Daughters of the Flower Fragrant Garden: Two Sisters Separated by China's Civil War by Zhuqing Li Summary

Sisters separated by war forge new identities as they are forced to choose between family, nation, and their own independence. Jun and Hong were scions of a once great southern Chinese family. Each other’s best friend, they grew up in the 1930s during the final days of Old China before the tumult of the twentieth century brought political revolution, violence, and a fractured national identity. By a quirk of timing, at the end of the Chinese Civil War, Jun ended up on an island under Nationalist control, and then settled in Taiwan, married a Nationalist general, and lived among fellow exiles at odds with everything the new Communist regime stood for on the mainland. Hong found herself an ocean away on the mainland, forced to publicly disavow both her own family background and her sister’s decision to abandon the party. A doctor by training, to overcome the suspicion created by her family circumstances, Hong endured two waves of “re-education” and internal exile, forced to work in some of the most desperately poor, remote areas of the country. Ambitious, determined, and resourceful, both women faced morally fraught decisions as they forged careers and families in the midst of political and social upheaval. Jun established one of U.S.-allied Taiwan’s most important trading companies. Hong became one of the most celebrated doctors in China, appearing on national media and honored for her dedication to medicine. Niece to both sisters, linguist and East Asian scholar Zhuqing Li tells her aunts’ story for the first time, honoring her family’s history with sympathy and grace. Daughters of the Flower Fragrant Garden is a window into the lives of women in twentieth-century China, a time of traumatic change and unparalleled resilience. In this riveting and deeply personal account, Li confronts the bitter political rivals of mainland China and Taiwan with elegance and unique insight, while celebrating her aunts’ remarkable legacies.

Are you two sisters?

Are you two sisters? Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Hester van der
Editor: African Books Collective
ISBN: 1928215750
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Are you two sisters? by Hester van der Summary

Two women, one from the Netherlands and the other one from the Free State Goldfields, meet in a hospital hall in Bloemfontein. Fifty years later Hester tells the story of how life formed them as nurses, community workers, bakers, artists and life partners. In this memoir, she tells of the key moments in her life that led her to leave the strictures of her upbringing in order to find out who she was. Her decisions take her from the Free State to District Six and Venda, to the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, to Heideveld and Hanover Park and, eventually, to McGregor. Her humble story tells of the spiritual isolation of all refugees who leave the irreversible values of their home (whether physical or ideological) and find new ways to create a life. It also describes the wonder of finding love and a partner along the way.

Don’t Forget Maude

Don’t Forget Maude Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Catherine Kenney Wilcoxson
Editor: Watt Light Publishing Company
ISBN: 0996680713
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Don’t Forget Maude by Catherine Kenney Wilcoxson Summary

All choices, good ones and bad, create change. Not unlike a ripple in a pond, the choices often have unforeseen and farreaching effects, even beyond distant spans of time. The kindness of a father. The darkness in a young man's soul. One sister's unshakeable love, and another's unforgiving heart. Each one's faith in themselves and in each other will be tested when the unthinkable and unexpected wave crashes into an already unstable home . . . when murder comes knocking at the door. It has been said that blood is thicker than water. But can a family bond hold up to the stresses? Yes, the choices we make can change us forever. Even the choice to expose a long, hidden secret.

Two Sisters Torn

Two Sisters Torn Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mary Carr Jackson
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477158693
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The story unfolds in modern day Atlanta, tracing the lives of Delilah and Sarah Bell. In this story we watch these sisters grow from babies to young womanhood. The Bell sisters come from a loving home with a strong family history, but we see feeling of hatred and confusion developed between them. Sarah is smart and, pretty , but lacks confidence. Delilah is beautiful and unlike her sister has plenty of confidence. Because of family demands and their vast personality differences, a level of resentment and hatred, grows as they grow. This family has deep roots within the New world Baptist Church and when a new young interim minister Harold Gray enters the lives of our sisters, he adds to their hatred and confusion. Harold is attracted to both sisters. He like Sarah because of her kindness and similar personality traits, but he loves Delilah. Harold spend a night of passion with Sarah in response his own weaknesses, this only complicates all their lives. The solving of murder and the mystery that follows it, helps to mend these complications. As the story ends the lives of Sarah and Delilah Bell along with Harold and others come together, the two sister are torn no longer.

Lake Effect

Lake Effect Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Nancy A. Nichols
Editor: Island Press
ISBN: 1597265233
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On her deathbed, Sue asked her sister for one thing: to write about the connection between the industrial pollution in their hometown and the rare cancer that was killing her. Fulfilling that promise has been Nancy Nichols’ mission for more than a decade. Lake Effect is the story of her investigation. It reaches back to their childhood in Waukegan, Illinois, an industrial town on Lake Michigan once known for good factory jobs and great fishing. Now Waukegan is famous for its Superfund sites: as one resident put it, asbestos to the north, PCBs to the south. Drawing on her experience as a journalist, Nichols interviewed dozens of scientists, doctors, and environmentalists to determine if these pollutants could have played a role in her sister’s death. While researching Sue’s cancer, she discovered her own: a vicious though treatable form of pancreatic cancer. Doctors and even family urged her to forget causes and concentrate on cures, but Nichols knew that it was relentless questioning that had led to her diagnosis. And that it is questioning—by government as well as individuals—that could save other lives. Lake Effect challenges us to ask why. It is the fulfillment of a sister’s promise. And it is a call to stop the pollution that is endangering the health of all our families.

The Wild Child

The Wild Child Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Anne Baker
Editor: Headline
ISBN: 0755382595
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When trouble looms, family becomes more important than ever... In The Wild Child, Anne Baker writes a touching saga of two sisters overcoming their differences to face the future together. Perfect for fans of Lyn Andrews and Dilly Court. Raising her daughters alone, widowed Flora Wilcox often feels out of her depth. There's no problem with mousy Hilary, but Isobel is a wayward beauty who can never forgive her plainer sister for stealing her boyfriend, and will be pregnant before she marries. Worse, the father of Isobel's baby isn't her new husband - and when the truth comes out, her marriage is likely to hit the rocks. Hilary's life seems to be moving along more calmly, until her husband is badly injured in an accident. And, as she takes charge of his business, Hilary also faces the discovery that her adored children are struggling at school. There's hope if the sisters can pull together at last - but can they ever put the past behind them? What readers are saying about The Wild Child: 'Very good book, didn't want to put it down once started. This is the same with all books by Anne Baker... She keeps me riveted'

Becoming the Talbot Sisters

Becoming the Talbot Sisters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Rachel Linden
Editor: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 0718095774
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Becoming the Talbot Sisters by Rachel Linden Summary

Twin sisters Waverly and Charlie Talbot have drifted far apart as they pursue opposite dreams of stardom and service to the poor. Now they must come together to face their fears, find their courage, and fight for what they love. Celebrity chef Waverly Talbot has built a successful career with her home-entertaining show Simply Perfect. Yet she and her husband, Andrew, have never been able to realize the true desire of Waverly’s heart: to become a mother. Meanwhile Waverly’s twin sister, Charlie, buries her bitter disappointment and shattered idealism beneath a life spent serving others as an international aid worker in Budapest, Hungary. When the beloved aunt who raised them passes away, Waverly and Charlie come together in their grief after living years on separate continents. Struck by a fierce desire to bridge the distance between them, Charlie offers Waverly and her husband the selfless gift of surrogacy. But soon the sisters find they are each in danger of losing their jobs, seemingly putting their dreams on hold once again. When Waverly shows up unannounced in Budapest with a plan to rescue Simply Perfect, the sisters embark on an adventure across central Europe that could save them both from occupational hazards. Though the twins haven’t had to rely on each other since childhood, a dramatic turn in their journey forces them to stand together to save their careers, the baby, and each other.

The Darkest Night

The Darkest Night Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ron Franscell
Editor: Macmillan
ISBN: 1466886943
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The Darkest Night by Ron Franscell Summary

Casper, Wyoming: 1973. Eleven-year-old Amy Burridge rides with her eighteen-year-old sister, Becky, to the grocery store. When they finish their shopping, Becky's car gets a flat tire. Two men politely offer them a ride home. But they were anything but Good Samaritans. The girls would suffer unspeakable crimes at the hands of these men before being thrown from a bridge into the North Platte River. One miraculously survived. The other did not. Years later, author and journalist Ron Franscell—who lived in Casper at the time of the crime, and was a friend to Amy and Becky—can't forget Wyoming's most shocking story of abduction, rape, and murder. Neither could Becky, the surviving sister. The two men who violated her and Amy were sentenced to life in prison, but the demons of her past kept haunting Becky...until she met her fate years later at the same bridge where she'd lost her sister.

Bent Lilies

Bent Lilies Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Margaret McGuigan
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1503505561
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In 1955, sisters Dolly and Jean are the proprietors of Star Café on Hoddle Street, inner city Melbourne. They are petticoat crooks who run an SP book, sell sly grog to the local police, and fence jewellery – all from the café. While they agree wholeheartedly on their criminal activities they are at opposite ends in matters of the heart. Dolly is a compulsive flirt who drifts into a relationship with Carlos who also operates on the fringe of honesty. While on a holiday in 1953 Jean falls in love, but the outcome means keeping a lifelong secret. Jean’s left with a deep desire for marriage and a family and is envious of Dolly. When their sister Heather visits she brings trouble and things change. The café becomes a burden. Arson is the only answer and it means a shared secret for Dolly and Jean. They leave Melbourne and start a new life in Brisbane. Jean is plagued by both secrets. Then there is a visit from the past and a terrible accident, and that’s when their working relationship starts to disintegrate. But does this mean they each finally get what they’ve always wanted?

A Sister's Secret

A Sister's Secret Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Debbie Grafham
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1473502241
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'I was nine and the big sister. I wanted to keep her safe. He basically promised me that if I let him abuse me, he wouldn't touch my sister again.' Debbie Grafham’s childhood had been far from normal, but when she was just nine years old her life changed forever. Debbie discovered that her neighbour was abusing her younger sister, Laraine – and there was a price to pay to make him stop. Alone and scared, she made a decision that was to haunt her life, and send her spiralling out of control. But after nearly forty years of harbouring her shocking secret, Debbie found the courage to tell her sister and together they made the decision to fight for justice.

Torn Apart

Torn Apart Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Blanche Le Fleur,Derek Flory,Sybil Le Fleur
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1845968654
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When Sybil and Blanche Le Fleur were growing up in idyllic Burma in the 1920s and '30s, little did they realise the changes and challenges that they would face during their lives. With the death of first their mother and then their father, they had to cope with enormous personal tragedy, including the loss of all their family wealth. Then the Japanese bombed Rangoon on 23 December 1941. Sybil managed to get out of the city, but there was no way for her to return to her sister, or even to know if Blanche was still alive, as the death toll was so high. While Sybil escaped from Burma and settled in Scotland after marrying a Scottish soldier, Blanche lived for over three years under Japanese occupation. After leaving for India in 1958, Blanche made a new life while still thinking of and praying for her sister. Decades later, a chance set of circumstances led to the discovery by Sybil's son that Blanche was alive and living in India. Torn Apart is the heart-rending, inspirational account of how the Le Fleur sisters lived separate lives for more than 65 years before an emotional reunion brought them together again in 2007.

Town Belles

Town Belles Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Pamela Evans
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ISBN: 0755372840
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Two sisters. Two very different people. A classic saga of love, family and tragedy, Town Belles from much-loved writer Pam Evans is an unforgettable tale sure to tug on the heartstrings. Perfect for fans of Dilly Court and Lindsey Hutchinson. Teenage sisters Faith and Zoe Hodge want very different things from life. Faith longs for a career and dreams of the day when she will run her own hairdressing salon in London's West End. Zoe, on the other hand, is much more homely - marriage, babies and a semi-detached house in Ealing are what she aspires to. But their dreams are shattered when the Coronation Day celebrations of 1953 end in disaster... As time goes by the sisters find themselves growing further apart. Faith, still scarred by the past, cannot commit herself to a relationship, and Zoe, caught up in her own dramas, resents the bond that has developed between Faith and her daughter, Sally. It takes another twist of fate many years later for them to be reunited and to learn that love and understanding can be shared in many different ways... What readers are saying about Town Belles: 'Another great from Pamela Evans, you can't go wrong with her books' 'Five stars'

Born in Union Station

Born in Union Station Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Elmo Adams
Editor: Author House
ISBN: 1452048819
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This book is aimed at an audience of family and friends. The authors hope that their sons, daughters, nieces, nephews, and friends will gain an understanding of the places and times that affected them during their childhood and early years. But also, the authors hope that this little book may serve as a catalyst to others to take time to revisit the times and places where they grew up. You may or may not want to write them down or record them on audio or video. Whatever you do, the authors believe that the mentalsnapshots that will come to mind will surprise you. Some will be sharp and clear as if taken by a twenty-first century digital camera. Others will be wrinkled and blurred as if carelessly stored in a neglected desk drawer. Whatever is recalled, in whatever condition, will lead not only to nostalgic recollection, but to an enriching evaluation of our lives and the values of our culture.

Wintersmoon: Passages in the Lives of Two Sisters, Janet and Rosalind Grandison

Wintersmoon: Passages in the Lives of Two Sisters, Janet and Rosalind Grandison Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Hugh Walpole
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"Wintersmoon: Passages in the Lives of Two Sisters, Janet and Rosalind Grandison" by Hugh Walpole. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

The Leaving of Liverpool

The Leaving of Liverpool Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Lyn Andrews
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ISBN: 0755376439
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At the close of the First World War, two sisters' battles are only just beginning... The Leaving of Liverpool is a poignant saga about the friendship between sisters, dangerous men and true love in post-World War I Liverpool, from bestselling author Lyn Andrews. Perfect for fans of Anne Baker, Sheila Newberry and Josephine Cox. It is 1919 and Liverpool has been devastated by World War I. Sons, husbands and fathers have been lost and street after street plunged into mourning. Now, at last, the war is finally over. Emily Parkinson goes back into service and enjoys the return to normality. But Emily's younger sister, Phoebe-Anne, has ideas beyond her station. Working as a lady's maid, Phoebe-Ann hopes that one day she will be more than just a confidante to her mistress's shell-shocked brother James Mercer. When Emily is brutally attacked, the sisters' lives come close to ruin. Phoebe-Ann is forced to leave the Mercer household and falls into the arms of Jake Malone, of the notorious Malone clan. But as Emily slowly recovers it seems that Phoebe-Anne might just be able to escape the mistakes of her past after all - even if it does mean leaving Liverpool... What readers are saying about The Leaving of Liverpool: 'Really enjoyed every moment of this book. It's a page turner right from the start' 'Excellent read - five stars'

Whispers in the Town

Whispers in the Town Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Pamela Evans
Editor: Headline
ISBN: 0755374878
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Fighting for those you love is never easy... Whispers in the Town is a heartrending saga about love, loss and the possibility of re-finding happiness, from much-loved author, Pam Evans. Perfect for fans of Dilly Court and Nadine Dorries. For West London girls Sal and Ann Storey, 1957 should have been one of the happiest years of their lives. Instead, the sisters' world is turned upside down when two family tragedies strike in quick succession. Left to run the family's sweetshop with their grandmother, Sal discovers she has a flair for business - but it doesn't make up for everything she and Ann have lost. When Sal meets handsome taxi driver Bob Beck and falls deeply in love, it seems that her luck is changing. Bob becomes her one constant as she struggles to keep the business afloat, and as Ann finally uncovers the guilty secret she's been carrying for so long; a secret which could have explosive consequences for the sisters. The last thing Sal needs is for Bob's scheming ex-fiancee Kate to reappear in his life - especially as Kate is preparing to make a stunning revelation; one which could destroy their relationship for good... What readers are saying about Whispers in the Town: 'Yet another great read from Pamela Evans. An uncomplicated story that could so easily happen in everyday life. Recommended to anyone looking for a pleasant and easy read to relax them from the stresses of life!' 'Could not put down, needed to find out what happens next. For readers of family sagas and happy love stories'

The Heart Between Us

The Heart Between Us Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Lindsay Harrel
Editor: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 0718075714
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“Lindsay Harrel has penned a charming story that is sure to touch the hearts of her readers. Through the stories of Megan and her sister Crystal, readers get a glimpse of adventure, restoration, conquered fears, and realized dreams. Lindsay will no doubt win readers with this heartfelt story.” —Lauren K. Denton, USA TODAY bestselling author of The Hideaway and Hurricane Season, on The Heart Between Us From award-winning author Lindsay Harrel comes a powerful story of adventure, healing, and learning how to live life to the fullest. Megan Jacobs always wished for a different heart. Her entire childhood was spent in and out of hospitals, sitting on the sidelines while her twin sister Crystal played all the sports, got all the guys, and had all the fun. But even a heart transplant three years ago wasn’t enough to propel Megan’s life forward. She’s still working as a library aide and living with her parents in her small Minnesota hometown, dreaming of the adventure she plans to take “once she’s well enough.” Meanwhile, her sister is a successful architect with a handsome husband and the perfect life—or so Megan thinks. When her heart donor’s parents give Megan their teenage daughter’s journal—complete with an unfulfilled bucket list—Megan connects with the girl she meets between the pages and is inspired to venture out and check off each item. Caleb—a friend from her years in and out of the hospital—reenters her life and pushes her to find the courage to take the leap and begin her journey. She’s thrown for a loop when Crystal offers to join her for reasons of her own, but she welcomes the company and the opportunity to mend their tenuous relationship. As Megan and Crystal check items off the bucket list, Megan fights the fears that have been instilled in her after a lifetime of illness. She must choose between safety and adventure and learn to embrace the heart she’s been given so that she can finally share it with the people she loves most. “A sweet story of sisterhood, familial bonds, sacrificial love, and finding your own identity amidst the storms of life. Poignant with tender moments, as well as laughter, The Heart Between Us is a touching novel that is sure to please.” —Catherine West, author of Where Hope Begins “I love this story of facing our fears. Harrel pens a clever, well-written love story between two sisters, the men in their lives and the dreams of a heart donor. Life is more f letting than we know, and this timeless story reminds us to love well.” —Rachel Hauck, New York Times bestselling author, on The Heart Between Us “The Heart Between Us is an absolute gem of a story. The intriguing premise drew me in from the start, but it was the authentic characters and their relatable struggles that kept me reading. I especially loved getting to travel vicariously through Megan and Crystal! A heart-tugging, not-to-be-missed book from an author who belongs on your keeper shelf.” —Melissa Tagg, author of the Walker Family series

The Story of Two Sisters Who Were Jealous of Their Younger Sister

The Story of Two Sisters Who Were Jealous of Their Younger Sister Pdf/ePub eBook Author: One Thousand and One Nights
Editor: Lindhardt og Ringhof
ISBN: 8726593211
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Kosrouschah the Sultan overhears three sisters daydreaming about their future husbands: the eldest wishes to marry the Sultan’s baker so she would never go hungry; the second wishes to marry the Sultan’s carpenter so she would never be homeless; the youngest wishes to marry the Sultan – who instantly falls in love with her. As time passes, however, the older sisters grow jealous of the Sultana, so they decide to take their revenge, kidnapping and abandoning her three children. Rescued and brought up by a humble gardener, the children must complete a magical quest to reunite their family. Discover the enchantment of this Cinderella-like fairy tale, the last of the 34 tales in the classic Arabian Nights collection, translated into English by Andrew Lang. A treasure-trove of timeless stories, the One Thousand and One Nights or Arabian Nights have been loved, imitated, and added to over many centuries. Similar to the fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm, the Arabian Nights are drawn from the folklore of India, Iran and the Middle East, and were collected in Arabic versions throughout the medieval period; others were added as recently as the eighteenth century. These stories of the exotic East have been popularised for new generations by film adaptations such as Disney’s Aladdin, starring Robin Williams and Gilbert Gottfried in 1992, and Will Smith in 2019, and Dreamworks’ Sinbad, starring Brad Pitt and Michelle Pfeiffer. They continue to inspire writers as varied as Salman Rushdie and Neil Gaiman, while numerous Bollywood and manga versions attest to their popularity around the world. These stories of magic, adventure and romance have shaped readers’ imaginations for generations, and are sure to be retold for years to come. This selection was translated by Andrew Lang from the French versions by Antoine Galland, who was the first to include the stories of Aladdin and Ali Baba. Born in Scotland in 1844, Lang was a scholar of ancient Greek, a journalist, historian, novelist and poet, and the author of 25 popular collections of fairy tales; his edition of the Arabian Nights’ Entertainment was published in 1898. He became a Fellow of the British Academy in 1906, and died in 1912.

The Bravest Voices

The Bravest Voices Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ida Cook
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 0369704304
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The Bravest Voices by Ida Cook Summary

This timeless memoir documents two sisters’ bravery leading up to WWII—a singular historical account that shines a light on one of humanity’s darkest hours. Ida and Louise Cook are two ordinary Englishwomen, seemingly destined never to stray from their quiet London suburb and comfortable jobs—Ida as a budding romance novelist and Louise as a civil service typist. But in 1923, a chance hearing of an aria from Madame Butterfly sparked a passion for opera in the sisters that led to the formation of friendships with some of Europe’s leading singers and their network, many of them Jewish. As the Nazis rose to power, Ida and Louise began working with the opera world’s insiders to save members of the community from persecution and death. Through ingenuity, thrift and bottomless goodwill, the sisters eluded the suspicion of the Nazis and helped secure safe passage for dozens of refugees. No one would have predicted such daring lives for Ida and Louise Cook—but that underestimation is exactly how they were able to save lives. First published in 1950, Ida’s memoir of the adventures she and Louise shared remains as fresh, vital and entertaining as the woman who wrote it, and is a moving testament to the extraordinary acts of courage by two everyday heroes.

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