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Sweet Water

Author : Cara Reinard
Publisher : Thomas & Mercer
Release : 2021
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 1542024935

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What did her son do in the woods last night? Does a mother really want to know? It's what Sarah Ellsworth dreamed of. Marriage to her childhood sweetheart, Martin. Living in a historic mansion in Pennsylvania's most exclusive borough. And Finn, a teenage son with so much promise. Until...A call for help in the middle of the night leads Sarah and Martin to the woods, where they find Finn, injured, dazed, and weeping near his girlfriend's dead body. Convinced he's innocent, Sarah and Martin agree to protect their son at any cost and not report the crime. But there are things Sarah finds hard to reconcile: a cover-up by Martin's family that's so unnervingly cold-blooded. Finn's lies to the authorities are too comfortable, too proficient, not to arouse her suspicions. Even the secrets of the old house she lives in seem to be connected to the incident. As each troubling event unfolds, Sarah must decide how far she'll go to save her perfect life.

Sweet Water

Author : Christina Baker Kline
Publisher : Harper Collins
Release : 2010-11-09
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 0062020765

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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Orphan Train, and the critically acclaimed author of Bird in Hand and The Way Life Should Be, comes a novel about buried secrets and the redemptive power of forgiveness—includes a special PS section featuring insights, interviews, and more. Cassie Simon is a struggling artist living in New York City. When she receives a call from a magistrate in Sweetwater, TN, telling her she has inherited sixty acres of land from her grandfather, whom she never knew, she takes it as a sign: it’s time for a change. She moves into the house where her mother, Ellen, was born—and where she died tragically when Cassie was three. From the moment she arrives in Sweetwater, Cassie is overwhelmed by the indelible mark her mother’s memory had left behind. As she delves into the thicket of mystery that surrounds her mother’s death, Cassie begins to understand the desperate measures the human heart is capable of.

Sweet Waters

Author : Julie Carobini
Publisher : B&H Publishing Group
Release : 2009
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9780805448733

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Spurned by her ex-fiancé, Tara Sweet moves back to her childhood home of Otter Bay California, finding friends and a new flame in firefighter Josh, but also dredging up shocking family secrets that test her unwavering faith. Original.

Sweet Water and Bitter

Author : Siân Rees
Publisher : Pimlico
Release : 2010
Category : Freedmen
ISBN : 1845951174

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Sweet Water and Bitter is the extraordinary sequel to Britain's abolition of the slave trade in 1807. The last legal British slave ship left Africa that year, but other countries and illegal slavers continued to trade. When the Napoleonic Wars ended in 1815, British diplomats negotiated anti-slave-trade treaties and a 'Preventive Squadron' was formed to cruise the West African coast. In six decades, this small fleet liberated 150,000 Africans and lost 17,000 of its own men doing so. This is the tale of their exciting and arduous campaign. It is a story of unforeseen consequences and a swashbuckling naval adventure, full of sensational, first-hand accounts of life at sea; of the grim 'barracoons', the slave-brokers' luxurious compounds and the lonely garrisons dotting the coast. Combining flawless research with an intimate and dramatic narrative, this is a voyage that no one will forget.

Sweet Water

Author : Kathryn Kramer
Publisher : Backinprint.Com
Release : 2000-12-01
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 0595168108

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A literary detective story in which the expatriate writer Henry James's clandestine visits to a water spa in Vermont are discovered one summer by the hotel's current owners, a biographer and hose trainer. Their debate whether to reveal their discovery to others begins to unravel the secrets of their own marriage, kept since they met as teenagers at a cathedral school where Greta mysteriously suffered from the stigmata. A spacious novel about the feel of America its hydrophobia and fear of immersion, an ambitious and richly imagined tale of romantic intrigue by a gifted stylist. (Publishers Weekly)

Water

Author : Bapsi Sidhwa
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2006
Category : Ashrams
ISBN : UOM:39015080552279

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Offers a look at the changing attitudes of Hindi women during Ghandhi's rise to power in India.

Deep Well, Sweet Water

Author : sam l. sullivan
Publisher : LifeRich Publishing
Release : 2017-11-27
Category : Young Adult Fiction
ISBN : 9781489713568

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The yearthats what his mother called 1967 after everything that happened. Juniors pa died on the first day of January, his house was blown away in March, and his baby brother is due in August. His mother must sell whats left of the farm and move to a city to live with family members Junior hardly knows. What can thirteen-year-old Junior Tuttle do to keep from losing everything, including his dog Buck? Because most of the young men are off fighting in Vietnam, Junior manages to talk cranky old Elvis Crabtree into giving him a job as farmhand. He learns about job insurance from the black housekeeper and risks doing whats right even when it feels wrong and could get him into worse trouble. But is it enough? Will Junior and his mother ever reach the sweet water?

Sweet Water

Author : Yvonne Blomer
Publisher : Caitlin Press
Release : 2020-03-06
Category : Poetry
ISBN : 1773860224

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"Sweet Water: Poems for the Watersheds" gathers the voices of poets from across Canada, the US and the UK who write of water. Bottled, clouded, held in rain, in river, estuary and lake, sweet water is the planet's life force and the poets here examine it from every angle--the pitcher plant, the beaver and the American Bull Frog, rain, clouds, smog, the many ducks and the salmon and the last lake sturgeon. Poets take us to the rivers they live along--and grieve daily--the Peace River Canyon, Chilcotin, Taylor River, the Humber River, Millstone River, the Fraser River, and more.In Canada, the watershed runs into the Pacific, Arctic, Hudson Bay and the Atlantic. This water houses the aquatic ecosystems that feed and nurture not only the people, industries and animals on land but also drains into the world's oceans. It is part of the hydrologic cycle that begins with water evaporation to become groundwater that seeps into rivers, streams, lakes and oceans. It is the water we bathe in, drink, and with which we grow our food. As it becomes more and more poisoned from industrial corporations, mining and the many, too many humans on our planet, it also becomes more and more endangered. We are paying attention. We are aware of the watershed moment that we inhabit in the twenty-first century. We know that change must come. Contributors include Kate Braid, Gary Barwin, Katherina Vermette, Arlene Pare, John Pass, Ariel Gordon, Brian Brett, Trevor Carolan, John Terpstra, Russell Thornton, Zoe Landale, Christine Lowther, Elena Johnson, Elee Kraljii Gardiner, Daniela Leza, Rhonda Ganz, Geoffrey Nilson, Pamela Porter, Barbara Pelman, Kelly Shepherd, Rob Taylor, Zachariah Wells, Bren Simmers, and more.

Misunderstanding the Billionaire's Heir

Author : Anne-Marie Meyer
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2019-02-27
Category : Uncategorized
ISBN : 1798220113

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He wasn't supposed to be nice. This changes everything.Charlotte Robinson has one goal: survive her senior year. Well, if she's truthful, it's actually to survive her new life without her mom. Which would be a lot easier to do if her dad was actually dealing with the death. Instead, he's buried himself in so many abandoned vehicles that their yard has turned into a suburban junkyard and it's just a matter of time before the city intervenes. When Lucas Addington, the obnoxious rich kid who's been banished to the small town of Sweet Water, douses her in his caramel macchiato, she's pretty sure she's reached her lowest low. But that's only the beginning. He's conceited and spoiled--everything she expected from a billionaire's heir--until things begin to change. Suddenly, she finds herself drawn to him for reasons she can't explain. He makes her feel safe and wanted, something she'd forgotten how to feel. Just when she allows herself to open up to him, her life comes crashing down around her.Now Charlotte must decide if she can fix her crumbling life and keep Lucas, or fail and lose everything she holds dear...again.1 town. 1 high school. 12 sweet romances.Read Misunderstanding the Billionaire's Heir from Anne-Marie Meyer. It is the first installment of the Sweet Water High Multi-Author Series.

The Character of Ginny in Philip McLaren's "Sweet Water - Stolen Land". A (Post-)Colonial Perspective

Author : Johanna M.
Publisher : GRIN Verlag
Release : 2020-06-05
Category : Literary Criticism
ISBN : 9783346176523

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Book The Character of Ginny in Philip McLaren's "Sweet Water - Stolen Land". A (Post-)Colonial Perspective Description/Summary:

Seminar paper from the year 2018 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,0, University of Duisburg-Essen (Department of Anglophone Studies, British and Postcolonial Studies), course: Indigenous Australian Literature and Culture, language: English, abstract: Philip McLaren is a descendant of the Kamilaroi people from the Warrumbungle Mountains in New South Wales, Australia. This is the region where his first novel 'Sweet Water – Stolen Land', a confronting tale about the first encounter of indigenous Australian people with white settlers and colonial invaders, published in 1993, is set. The focus of this term paper lies on the character of Ginny of the Kamilaroi people. Her character actually is semi-historical. The whole novel itself is indeed fictional in most parts but includes historical events that are incorporated into the fictional plot. Ginny Griffin did actually exist, she was McLaren’s great-great-grandmother and became leader and spokesperson for the Aboriginal people of Coonabarabran. The depiction of her character in the novel is both striking and interesting to analyse as it on the one hand gives a representative presentation of (female) indigenous Australian experiences under the burden of colonization because of the biographical background it is created on. On the other hand, Ginny’s character illustrates the processes and consequences of colonial and imperial rules imposed on indigenous people(s) (of the Australian continent) from the very beginning of the acquisition of the English language, as it is discussed in chapter 1, over the colonial domination and torture that in Ginny’s case is even a doubled form of colonization, which will be examined in chapter 2, to the forming of a new transitional form of culture and way of living and the reversal of colonial constraints when Ginny starts to use the colonial system’s own means against the oppressors of her people, which will be investigated in chapter 3. The goal of this analysis is to show that the character of Ginny Griffin is designed according to the notion of hybridity and could therefore be interpreted as a representation of the creation process of a new transcultural form on the basis of colonial influences and indigenous Australian way(s) of living clashing within the contact zone; more precisely: Ginny depicts the process of hybridization in the colonial history of Australia in terms of emancipation and a postcolonial, resistant and challenging, ‘talking back’ of the periphery to the centre .

Sweet Waters

Author : Harold Nicolson
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1922
Category : Uncategorized
ISBN : UIUC:30112073666742

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Sweet Water

Author : Khadijah Law
Publisher : AuthorHouse
Release : 2017-08-16
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781546204237

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Eko DaCosta is a college student at SweetWater University who is not only struggling with his studies but also with his inner self and sexual identity. While trying to start a new future with a new relationship with the first person he ever had feelings for, Eko tries to hide and lie but fears rejection from Olivia Parker. Though Eko comes off as androgynous, never has anyone try to question his sex since high school. Eko must battle a traumatic high school experience as well as a hidden past that cant stay hidden forever. Will Ekos world crumble? Or will it have a storybook ending?

Sweet Water

Author : Stephen Fleenor
Publisher : Lulu.com
Release :
Category : Uncategorized
ISBN : 9781105567315

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Sweetwater

Author : Laurence Yep
Publisher : Harper Collins
Release : 2003-12-23
Category : Juvenile Fiction
ISBN : 9780060560287

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The human community of a half-submerged city on the planet of Harmony struggles to conquer the giant Seadragon plaguing them, in the author's first novel first published in 1973.

Sweet Water Hunt

Author : Connie Nye
Publisher : AuthorHouse
Release : 2013-11-12
Category : Science
ISBN : 9781491808931

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The hunt is on. While playing on a beautiful summer day, Wyatt Nystrom and his dog, Benny, find a tennis ball with a mysterious message. The ball is just the hook to get kids like Wyatt and his cousin, Danni, involved in a journey upstream to unravel the madness of the Brandywine. With the help of “creek pals” throughout the watershed and numerous hands-on activities throughout the story, Wyatt and Danni discover a community of natural wonders, scientific studies, folklore, and crazy characters, all brought together by a remarkable creek. This is a story that not only engages the reader with its plot, but also with its interactive approach. It’s a novel and an entertaining way to learn about watershed science.

Sweet Water

Author : Philip McLaren
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2001
Category : Aboriginal Australians
ISBN : 1875641777

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WINNER David Unaipon Award. First released in 1993, this historical thriller was a national success. '...excellent characterisations and a seasoning of racial and sexual tension...' Sydney Sun-Herald.

Celia and the Sweet, Sweet Water

Author : Katherine Paterson
Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Release : 1998
Category : Juvenile Fiction
ISBN : 0395913241

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Book Celia and the Sweet, Sweet Water Description/Summary:

While journeying to find a remedy for her mother's illness, Celia and her grumpy dog Brumble encounter strange and threatening characters who have never known kindness.

Sweetwater Gap

Author : Denise Hunter
Publisher : Thomas Nelson
Release : 2008-12-16
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 1418574007

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Life doesn’t give do-overs. She’s sure of it. But then she goes home again. Josie Mitchell’s sister Laurel thinks she’s come home to pitch in with the apple harvest and save the family orchard. Her brother-in-law Nate thinks she’s there to talk the overworked, very pregnant Laurel into finally selling the family business. The orchard’s new manager Grady Mackenzie just thinks she’s trouble with a capital T. They’re all right . . . and all wrong. Because no one really knows what drove Josie from home in the first place. Why she’s never come home before, even for her own father’s funeral. Why she pushes herself so hard . . . and what she’s running from. And nobody, not even Josie, is prepared for the surprising new fruit she’ll find on her last trip home.

Sweetwater

Author : Roxana Robinson
Publisher : Random House
Release : 2007-12-18
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9780307431882

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In this brilliant, luminous novel, one of our finest realist writers gives us a story of surpassing depth and emotional power. Acclaimed for her lucid and compassionate exploration of the American family, Roxana Robinson sets her new work on familiar terrain—New York City and the Adirondacks—but with Sweetwater she transcends the particulars of the domestic sphere with a broader, more encompassing vision. In this poignant account of a young widow and her second marriage, Robinson expands her scope to include the larger natural world as well as the smaller, more intimate one of the home. Isabel Green’s marriage to Paul Simmons, after the death of her first husband, marks her reconnection to life—a venture she’s determined will succeed. But this proves to be harder than she’d anticipated, and the challenges of starting afresh seem more complicated in adulthood. Staying at the Simmons lodge for their annual summer visit, Isabel finds herself entering into a set of familial complexities. She struggles to understand her new husband, his elderly, difficult parents and his brother, whose relationship with Paul seems oddly fraught. Furthermore, her second marriage begins to cast into sharp relief the troubling echoes of her first. Isabel’s professional life plays a part as well: a passionate environmental advocate, she is aware of the tensions within the mountain landscape itself during a summer of spectacular beauty and ominous drought. In her cool, elegant prose, Robinson gracefully delivers a plot that is complex, surprising and ultimately wrenching in its impact. As the strands of family are woven tightly and inevitably together, and as the past painfully informs the present, the vivid backdrop of the physical world provides its own eloquent dynamic. Sweetwater is a stunning achievement by a writer at the peak of her craft.