Jean Gabin, Ida Lupino. An alcoholic dock worker discovers he's killed a man in a late-night brawl. But when he flees to a brooding temptress, he starts to suspect he's been framed. A dark drama from the screenwriting pen of John O'Hara. 1942/b&w/94 min/NR/fullscreen.
"I was a bag of bones. I still had skin and hair and probably pumping blood, but for all intents and purposes, I was cadaverous."Being at the center of the were world’s biggest conflict has finally landed March Howe in the ultimate mortal peril for a wolf: the middle of a cat lair. Surrounded by silver, she finds herself trapped by more than just the room she’s confined to. Endless thoughts and questions envelop her and the promise of death approaches like a boundless and heavy storm cloud.Unaware that it was the cats, the pack races across the state, in search of the wolves they think have March. Meanwhile, Avery is assembling a diverse group of weres to aid in the invasion and to rescue the girl he swore to protect. And while March’s human friends may not know her secret, Ruthie Birch does. Enlisting the help of an ally unwelcome by the others, Ruthie devises a plan to join Avery’s army, whether he likes it or not. And Saffron Kellum is forced to leave her comfort zone when her twin brother goes missing and she discovers she’s the only one who can find him.In Book Five of the Lone March Series, March Howe finds herself in an existential crisis that can only be soothed by the goddess she’s estranged herself from. While the cats make beastly plans for the last female were-wolf, her family and friends make plans of their own that involve uncovering secrets and even double-crossing each other to save the last she-wolf. Will this contrasting group be able to work together to save March, or will the last of the were-wolves lose everything when their old enemy threatens to destroy the only hope they have?
David Hair is the award-winning writer of two young adult fiction series, The Aotearoa and The Return of Ravana (based on the Vedic epic The Ramayana). Mage’s Blood, the first volume of a series called The Moontide Quartet, is Hair’s first work of adult fantasy. In a starred review of Mage’s Blood, Publisher’s Weekly said, “This multilayered beginning to the Moontide Quartet plunges readers into a taut network of intrigue and mystery that tightens with each chapter. Hair portrays a stark and beautiful world breaking apart, with both good and evil characters desperate to reshape it through magic, war, and treachery. This strong debut should draw in fantasy readers of all stripes.” Most of the time the Moontide Bridge lies deep below the sea, but every twelve years the tides sink and the bridge is revealed, its gates open for trade. The Magi are hell-bent on ruling this new world, and for the last two Moontides they have led armies across the bridge on "crusades of conquest." Now, the third Moontide is almost here, and this time the people of the East are ready for a fight . . . but it is three seemingly ordinary people that will decide the fate of the world.
A ship's padre, wounded at Trafalgar, is appointed to a church in Caerhays. After he becomes involved with Quakers and smugglers, he quickly falls foul of the Lord of the Manor. This is a gripping historical novel set on Cornwall’s south coast during the early 19th century.
Niall Campbell grew up on South Uist in Scotland's Outer Hebrides, and his first collection, Moontide, is filled with images of the island's seascapes, its myths, its wildlife, and the long dark of its winters. Quietly reflective and deftly musical, these thoughtful poems resonate with silence and song, mystery and wonder, exploring ideas of companionship and withdrawal, love and the stillness of solitude. After winning an Eric Gregory Award in 2011, Niall Campbell published a widely praised pamphlet, After the Creel Fleet, in 2012, and won the Poetry London Competition in 2013. Now this highly assured debut collection will establish him as one of the most distinctive lyric voices to emerge from Scotland in recent years.
Local landowner John Bettison has forbidden his workers to attend church, but when curate Toby Lovell arrives in Porthluney, he is determined to bring about change. Injured during the Battle of Trafalgar, Toby is used to facing adversity but little does he realise the challenge that lies ahead of him. But the trouble really starts when Toby falls in love with Bethany Poole, a local Quaker girl. When her society rejects her, she turns to Toby for support but a dreadful misunderstanding involving Bettison forces her to leave without a word of explanation and Toby will not rest until they are reunited... Set on Cornwall's south coast in the early nineteenth century, Moontide is a captivating tale of loves lost and found.
Silver is a mineral that is said to mirror the soul, strengthen the connection between astral and physical bodies, and enhance intuitive and psychic energies.
Silver is sacred to the Moon Goddess. Excellent for mental, emotional and physical releasing and cleansing. Works on mind and emotions to see overview ,emotional balance, patience. Like the moon whose energy controls the rhythm of ocean tides, it has a soothing, calming effect.
Silver is a mirror to the soul, helping us to see ourselves as others see us.
Silver is a major conductor and communicator. Aids speech and public speaking eloquence. Enhances patience and perseverance. Silver has the ability to energize other stones during the new and full moons. Draws negative energy out from the body and replaces it with positive energy.
Take some time, and go for a walk in the Moonlight, it will do wonders for your disposition.
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