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The Wind And The Sea

Author: Marsha Canham
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781533555519
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This action-packed swashbuckling adventure is a classic tale of romance, revenge, and breathtaking exploits on the high seas. The time is 1804 and the U.S. Navy is attacking and destroying pirate strongholds on North Africa's infamous Barbary Coast. Courtney Farrow, daughter of one of the most feared and successful corsairs, is captured by Lt. Adrian Ballantine, proud, handsome, and determined to tame her spirit. Constantly battling their attraction, they must become reluctant allies in order to discover who is selling secrets to the corsairs, and who has sold out the Farrow stronghold. Says Publishers Weekly: "Packed with well-drawn characters, fiery sea battles... this book is a good read." Best Swashbuckler of the Year, Romantic Times Multiple award-winning USA Today bestselling author

Songs From The Wind To The Sea

Author: Gaetano DiCarlo
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1483534669
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Songs from the wind to the sea is a collection of love poems written along the shores of many continents such as India, Bali, America. These poems are written from a place of deep love in times when I was in the flames of passion as well as the times when I felt cast into the loneliness of love’s shadow. These are poems of my honest expressions as I traveled the world searching to make sense of the emotional complexities of both love and loss. Poems are very personal. Sometimes they are affirmations of a passionate love I am unable to keep contained and other times they are cries of sorrow venting from a wounded heart. My poems are written as a means of releasing the feelings that are consuming me like flames. They occupy me with words strung together in symbols and metaphors that convey the complexity of my emotions. I find them repeating themselves in my mind, only to stop once I have written them on paper. To me writing poems is less about creating art, but rather it is the act of releasing the art that already dwells within me. I believe art to be alive, born from the intensity of life’s experience. These are a collection of poems that have resulted from both love and loss. Writing poetry pacifies the grip that these emotions can have over me. They were written in reverence for both the pleasure and the pain of love. They were written like a song sung privately to the spirits of the wind and the sea.

The Wind Off The Sea

Author: Charlotte Bingham
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1466851627
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It is 1947, the worst winter in England since records began, and even the sea is frozen. For the women living in the little fishing port of Bexham, the chronic lack of everything from fuel to food has left them reeling. When Waldo Astley, a handsome young American, drives through thick Sussex snow into the village in his large Buick, he finds Bexham filled not only with grumbling residents, but with frustrated wives and mothers, forced back behind their stoves after celebrating the victory for which they fought so hard on the home front. But Waldo is no ordinary character, and while he has come to Bexham on a personal mission, his effect on all the residents is truly electrifying. For Judy, whose marriage to Walter has been badly affected by long years of separation; for Rusty, whose miscarriage has been mind-shattering; for Mathilda, whose single motherhood has put her eligibility in jeopardy; and for Meggie, still not recovered from her ordeal as a secret agent. For all these women, Waldo Astley is not just a breath of fresh air--but the wind off the sea.

The Wind Off The Sea

Author: David Beaty
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447243447
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Group Captain Gavin Gallagher, distinguished RAF pilot, now commanding officer of the strategic missile squadron at North Luddenham, disappears in possession of the key allowing those missiles to be fired. Recently posted to North Luddenham is an old acquaintance, Wing Commander Bunting. Friends at Oxford, they did their flying training together before parting ways. Called in to a meeting with other senior officers, they discuss what they know of Group Captain Gallagher in the hopes of discovering why the man has disappeared, and just what he might be intending. But they each know a different Gavin Gallagher; a man who never found flying easy, haunted by the guilt of wartime deaths, and living in the shadow of personal loss, who nevertheless rose to a position of responsibility within the RAF. Where has he gone? And what is the cause of his sudden disappearance? David Beaty’s classic novel takes the reader from Bomber Command at the height of the Second World War, to the tensions of the Cold War in the 1970s, through the eyes of a singular officer with more to hide than his colleagues suspect.

With The Rise Of The Wind

Author: Jay Maclean
Publisher: PublishDrive
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With the rise of the wind brings together short stories about one person’s thoughts and insights as he absorbs the wonder and mystery surrounding the shore on a tiny piece of the South China Sea; not only about the rise of the wind that can draw out once buried thoughts and emotions dormant in the hearts of those who occasionally stand or sit near the shore and become hypnotized by the power and moods of the sea. There are little stories here also about the people living beside this sea on a coral-reef fringed provincial coast and the mountain behind it; about earthquakes and typhoons and their effects above and below the sea; about the lives of birds and snakes, of fish and starfish; with fragments of home-spun philosophy, biology, geology, meteorology, oceanography and volcanism, as well as idle thoughts about how the universe comes together at the shore.

Wake Of The Wind Dancer

Author: Karl Adams
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1440160775
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Author retraced the route of several early American explorers, paddling and porting a kayak from Washington State to Florida via the Columbia, Snake, Missouri, Mississippi, Ohio, and Tennessee rivers, and the Florida Intracoastal Waterways, a distance of 5,111 miles, in 202 days, in 1987.

The Sun The Sea A Touch Of The Wind

Author: Rosa Guy
Publisher: E P Dutton
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Having found hard-won success, a brash, attractive black artist suffers a nervous breakdown and flees to the Haiti of the 1970s, where she incurs the wrath of the authorities and saves a helpless child. 10,000 first printing. Tour.