Danielle Steel - Fiction - 2009 - 416 pages
A Novel Danielle Steel. Chapter 16 Annabelles departure went unnoticed the day
she left the hospital at the Abbaye de Royaumont in Asnières. She had gone to
say good-bye to Dr. de Bre', and to thank him, the day before, and also made her
Pamela Keogh Clarke - Photography - 2010 - 240 pages
With more than ninety color and black-and-white photographs, many of which have never before been published, and original designer sketches from Edith Head, Hubert de Givenchy, Vera Wang, Manolo Blahnik, Alexander McQueen, and others, ...
Danielle Steel - Fiction - 2010 - 322 pages
FAMILY TIES Annie Ferguson was a bright young Manhattan architect with a limitless future—until a single phone call changed the course of her life forever.
Danielle Steel - Fiction - 2010 - 352 pages
In this heartfelt, incisive novel, Danielle Steel celebrates the virtues of unconventional beauty while exploring deeply resonant issues of weight, self-image, sisterhood, and family.
Danielle Steel - Fiction - 2012 - 336 pages
n this riveting novel, Danielle Steel reveals the dark side of fame and fortune, when a renowned film director confronts an act of unimaginable treachery.
Danielle Steel - Fiction - 2009 - 336 pages
Funny, sexy, and wise, One Day at a Time is at once moving, thought-provoking, and utterly impossible to put down.
Danielle Steel - Fiction - 2009 - 224 pages
In a novel that is by turns profound, poignant, moving, and warmly funny, Danielle Steel tells the story of an extraordinary family–finding new ways of letting go, stepping up, and coming out...in the ways that matter most.
Danielle Steel - Fiction - 2009 - 480 pages
Filled with all the joy, complexity, and unexpected surprises of life, Toxic Bachelors is Danielle Steel at her poignant and penetrating best. From the Hardcover edition.
Alice Munro - Fiction - 2006 - 349 pages
The View from Castle Rock reveals what is most essential in Munro’s art: her compassionate understanding of ordinary lives. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Carol E. Henderson - Literary Criticism - 2009 - 294 pages
More specifically, this volume contemplates the social development of American identity and the multifarious ways this identity coalesces in the small gestures of preclusion that establish discemable markers of national belonging.