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Loose Ends

Author: Eldonna Bouton
Publisher: Whole Heart Publications
ISBN: 9780967038407
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Loose Ends

Author: Greg Cox
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743418344
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During a trip to Carlsbad Caverns, Liz comes face-to-face with the creepy man who shot her, and Max, Isabel, Michael, Maria, and Liz pursue him, only to discover that their unknown enemy may not know who they really are.

Loose Ends

Author: Electa Rome Parks
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781440624452
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From the national bestselling author of Almost Doesn’t Count and Ladies’ Night Out. It’s been five years. Five years since they trusted one another—and betrayed one another—only as friends and lovers could. Beautiful Mia, getting a second chance at love . . . if she can forget the man from her past. Christian, every woman’s dream who gave up his player card for the one woman he’d lay down and die for, if only he could trust her. Then there’s Brice, bad to the bone and as irresistible as ever. One woman can tame him—if he’d give her the chance. Kree, innocent, stunning, and underestimated, and looking for the kind of die-hard passion that can change a life. When she finds it, it’s going to come with a price. Sometimes, it doesn’t take a lot to tear apart friends like these. All it takes is love.

Loose Ends

Author: Russell Reising
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 9780822318910
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In this study of American cultural production from the colonial era to the present, Russell Reising takes up the loose ends of popular American narratives to craft a new theory of narrative closure. In the range of works examined here - from Phillis Wheatley's poetry to Herman Melville's Israel Potter, from Henry James's "The Jolly Corner" to Disney's Dumbo - Reising finds endings that violate all existing theories of closure, and narratives that expose the often unarticulated issues that inspired these texts. Reising suggests that these "nonendings" entirely refocus the narrative structures they appear to conclude, accentuate the narrative stresses and ideological fissures that the texts seem to suppress, and reveal "shadow narratives" that trail alongside the dominant story line. He argues that unless the reader notices the ruptures in the closing moments of these works, the social and historical moments in which the narrative and the reader are embedded will be missed. This reading not only offers new interpretive possibilities, but also uncovers startling affinities between the poetry of Phillis Wheatley and the fiction of Henry James, between Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland and Melville's Israel Potter, and between Emily Dickinson's poem "I Started Early - Took My Dog " and Disney's animated classic. Pursuing the implications of these failed moments of closure, Reising elaborates on topics ranging from the roots of domestic violence and mass murder in early American religious texts to the pornographic imperative of mid-century nature writing, and from James's "descent" into naturalist and feminist fiction to Dumbo's explosive projection of commercial, racial, and political agendas for postwar U.S. culture. General readers interested in American literature as well as students of literary theory will find Loose Ends enlightening and provocative.

Loose Ends 2 Of 4

Author: Jason Latour
Publisher: Image Comics
ISBN:
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In the wake of the worst night of their lives, Sonny and Cheri are wanted and on the run. Vicious drug cartels and crooked cops lie in wait on the road before them, but tonight it's the past that looms largest in the rearview mirrorÉ

Loose Ends

Author: Michael Weller
Publisher: Samuel French, Inc.
ISBN: 9780573611971
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A study of a failed romance.

Loose Ends

Author: Don Easton
Publisher: Dundurn
ISBN: 9781554885633
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Jack Taggart, an undercover Mountie, lives in a world where the good guys and the bad guys change places in a heartbeat. Taggart is very good at what he does. Too good to be playing by the rules, so the brass assign a new partner to spy on him. Taggart’s new partner discovers a society dependent upon unwritten rules. To break these rules is to lose respect, and to lose respect is to lose one’s life. Loose Ends is is a tale of violence, corruption, and retribution, but it is also a story of honour and respect.

Loose Ends

Author: Jason Latour
Publisher: Image Comics
ISBN: 1534305459
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No one seemed to notice Sonny Gibson as he stepped back into –The Hideaway, a dusty little honky-tonk nestled off the Carolina highway. But before the night was over, Sonny would be on the run„from the law, from criminals, and even from himself. LOOSE ENDS is a gritty, slow-cooked, Southern crime romance that follows a winding trail down Tobacco Road, through the war-torn streets of Baghdad, and into the bright lights and bloody gutters of South Florida. From JASON LATOUR, co-creator of Eisner-winning SOUTHERN BASTARDS and the writer of Spider-Gwen, CHRIS BRUNNER (SOUTHERN BASTARDS, Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight), and RICO RENZI (Spider-Gwen, Squirrel Girl). Collects LOOSE ENDS #1-4.

Loose Ends

Author: Neal Bowers
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0375506918
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A distraught Davis Banks arrives home for his mother’s funeral. Davis teaches poetry at a small college. He loves words — but not himself. His father had died some years before, and now Davis discovers a lot of little things in his mother’s house that don’t seem right. Where are the keys to her car? In fact, he realizes he doesn’t even know how or where she died. That night he visits his mother’s gravesite, dug next to his father’s. Near the bottom he discovers a man’s arm sticking out of the dirt where his father’s coffin is supposed to be. And when he finds out that his mother apparently died in a motel room with another man, he’s confronted with a myriad of loose ends thrashing about in a quicksand of details. With a poet’s feel for language, Neal Bower tells a story whose twists intrigue the reader as much as they do Davis.