3 edition of Shadows on the moor found in the catalog.
Shadows on the moor
Isabel Couper McLelland
|Statement||illustrated by Jacob Landau.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.M2249 Sh|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||55010570|
Get this from a library! Beneath the shadows. [Sara Foster] -- When Grace.s husband, Adam, inherits a cottage on the Yorkshire moors, they leave London behind to try a new life. A week later, Adam disappears. The following year, Grace returns with her baby. This book explores the recall of the Victorians, displayed by select novels ranging in time from Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea () to A. S. Byatt’s Possession: A Romance (). These Victorianist novels are complex studies of Victorian literature, society and.
A Brush with Shadows by Anna Lee Huber is the sixth Lady Darby Mystery, where Sebastian Gage returns home to battle the ghosts of his past and prevent them from destroying his future with Kiera. The Scottish proverb “The devil’s boots don’t creak” is a spot-on entrée into A Brush with Shadows and, indeed, most mysteries. Shadows of the UK is a sourcebook for the Chronicles of Darkness. It focuses on the United Kingdom and all the supernatural forces inhabiting it. From the Onyx Path catalog.
First of all the story in the first half of the book is rather tedious. Not much going on and a very slow development of the story. The author has the protagonists sit in manor houses and wander the moor without accomplishing much, which is totally uncharacteristic for both Mary Russel and Sherlock Holmes. MOOR is, I think, the one Russell book that requires several readings to fully appreciate. Russell’s ride through Dartmoor on Red is a tour de force of emotions and revelations. –Alice. Reply. Chris says. February 9, at am.
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If Only: Living in the shadows of the Moors Murders. by Terry West | out of 5 stars Paperback $ $ The Moor: A DCI Ryan Mystery (The DCI Ryan Mysteries Book 12) Book 12 of The DCI Ryan Mysteries | by LJ Ross | out of 5 stars 1, Kindle $ $ 0.
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Get this from a library. Shadows on the moor. [Isabel Couper McLelland; Jacob Landau] -- A romance novel set early in Victoria's reign on the coast of the Orkneys, where pride in the old ways prevailed.
Janet is in service in the laird's kitchen and must decide whether to leave the. Shadows On The Moor Hardcover – January 1, by Isabel Couper McLelland (Author), Jacob Lanau (Illustrator) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Hardcover $ 4 Used from $Author: Isabel Couper McLelland. The Moor is the fourth book in Mary Russell series by Laurie R. King. Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes investigate strange goings-on on ing the setting and some of the plotlines of The Hound of the Baskervilles, Holmes and Russell come to the aid of the Reverend Sabine Baring-Gould.
For an excerpt of the first chapter, go to Laurie R. King's website. Buy Shadows on the Moor by Ann Cliff from Amazon's Fiction Books Store. Everyday low prices on a huge Shadows on the moor book of new releases and classic fiction.
Shadows on the Moor: : Ann Cliff: Books. Praise for Beneath the Shadows The North Yorkshire moors provide the atmospheric backdrop for Australian author Foster's otherwise unremarkable debut, a suspense thriller. One day after Londoner Adam Lockwood moves with his family into Hawthorn Cottage, a house he inherits in the village of Roseby, he disappears after taking a walk with his.
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Hardback book with dust jacket titled THE SHADOW ON THE MOOR by Alan Ian Percy. Published in by Spredden Press. Illustrated by Liz Shallcross.
Part of the Northern Classics Series. Dust jacket shows moderate rubbing. Inscription on front endpaper. Get this from a library.
Shadows on the moor. [Ann Cliff] -- Cheery, carefree Patrick falls in love with Amy but, as always, love's path never runs smooth. Get this from a library. Shadows on the moor. [Ann Cliff] -- When Amy Appleton starts working for Ben, a gloomy farmer with a tragic past, she tries desperately to cheer him up - but the cattle plague is raging, and his sheep are stolen.
Meanwhile, the cheery. Get this from a library. Shadows on the moor. [Ann Cliff; Patricia Gallimore] -- "When Amy Appleton starts working for Ben, a gloomy farmer with a tragic past, she tries desperately to cheer him up - but the cattle plague is raging, and his sheep are stolen.
Meanwhile, the. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Shadows On The Moor at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. The Moor is a fast and creepy read set mostly on a weather beaten Moor where mysterious disappearances abound, a bit like a British Bermuda triangle.
We follow a group of boys on a camping trip that goes horribly awry, then years later one of the surviving members returns to finally lay his ghosts to rest/5(). Rather than rehash a book or movie plot, Shadow of Mordor spins a whole new tale within the Tolkien mythos, and if the previews leave you.
Filtered through the lens of a selfish, short sighted man-child, the world-building for this series fails to engage. This, despite the great world-building provided by a precursor short story to this world called "The Arena" which accomplished much and to great effect.
Seb Zobo is a self-absorbed fighter by nature with the remarkable--if not superhero--ability to slo-mo his perception of time /5(64).
losing oneself in the shadows From the very first, Sara Foster's Beneath the Shadows had me in its thrall. Wild, snowy moors, secrets in the basementsuspenseful elements abound.
Unique characters are marvelously depicted. The author weaves a wondrous tale, drawing readers into the sad plight of Grace, whose husband has suddenly disappeared. I had a copy of Owen Parry's first book, Shadows of Glory, in my house for years and never read it for some reason.
Last week when I was "out of books" from the library, I picked it up and found that it is the second book in a series. I immediately put the first book, Faded Coat of Blue, on order and read it.4/5(18). The House on the Moor, by William Meikle is the second book in Dark Renaissance's "Haunted House" imprint.
John Fraser and his wife, Carole, pay a weekend visit to David Blacklaw. Blacklaw was John's Grandfather's best friend, and the two had quite a reputation when they were young: climbing the tallest mountains, beating world records, etc/5(12). A murderer is at large on the streets of Lincolnshire.
But why. When the body of a well-known local thug is discovered carrying a personal message for Detective Sergeant Catherine Bishop neither she, nor her team, can figure out why.
Soon, a second victim is found a. A Brush with Shadows is the sixth book in the Lady Darby series. In this installment, Kiera and Gage travel to Dartmoor to investigate the disappearance of Gage's cousin, Alfred.
Kiera and the readers get to meet many new characters, Sebastian's maternal relatives, including his grandfather and see the place where Gage spent most of his childhood/5().Long, Long Ago; SHADOWS ON THE MOOR. By Isabel Couper McLelland. Illustrated by Jacob Landau. pp. New York: Henry Holt & Co. $ For Ages 12 to A retired judge is shot dead outside the Dog and Gun inn in the remote Yorkshire village of Niddersgill.
There's a witness who saw everything, and the gunman's on the run; the case should be open-and-shut for DCI Jim Oldroyd.