Finding Rebecca

Author: Wendy Blackmer
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1304550524
Size: 58.26 MB
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Finding Rebecca

Author: Eoin Dempsey
Publisher: Lake Union Press
ISBN: 9781477826102
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Nothing could keep Christopher and Rebecca apart: not her abusive parents, or even the fiancé she brought home after running away to England. But when World War II finally strikes the island of Jersey, the Nazi invaders ship Rebecca to Europe as part of Hitler's Final Solution against the Jewish population. After Christopher and his family are deported back to their native Germany, he volunteers for the Nazi SS, desperate to save the woman he loves. He is posted to Auschwitz and finds himself put in control of the money stolen from the victims of the gas chambers. As Christopher searches for Rebecca, he struggles to not only maintain his cover, but also the grip on his soul. Managing the river of tainted money flowing through the horrific world of Auschwitz may give him unexpected opportunities. But will it give him the strength to accept a brave new fate that could change his life—and others' lives—forever?

Biographie Und Gesellschaft

Author: Heidrun Herzberg
Publisher: Campus Verlag
ISBN: 3593394952
Size: 53.43 MB
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International bekannte Autorinnen und Autoren loten die Potenziale der Biographieforschung für die Untersuchung des Ineinandergreifens von Individuum und Gesellschaft aus und wenden sich gegen populäre zeitdiagnostische Aussagen zum »Modernen Selbst«.

Roses For Rebecca

Author: Margaret Kaine
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1444718428
Size: 24.33 MB
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A missing love. An unexpected baby. A huge decision. Orphaned and homeless, Rebecca Lawson, is forced to return to London to live and work with her aunt and uncle at their pub in the East End. Then one fateful day, Ian Beresford walks into the bar and eighteen-year-old Rebecca, longing for security and a home of her own, falls deeply in love. But Ian disappears and Rebecca discovers to her horror that she's pregnant. Frantic with worry, she travels to his family home in Stoke-on-Trent to find him. But awaiting her is the shocking news of an appalling tragedy. Will Rebecca keep her baby, and finally find the happiness she's been seeking? *********** Praise for Roses For Rebecca 'A sensitive and well crafted portrayal of a young, unmarried girl . . . How true to life it seemed' Historical Novels Association 'A touching and genuinely moving novel with a cast of brilliant characters' Maureen Lee '[Kaine] has a real gift for characterisation and for making the various people who bring her tales to vivid life totally believable' Leicester Mercury

Rebecca S Redemption

Author: Erin Heitzmann
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781449002770
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A young woman's desire to serve God leads her on an unexpected journey of the heart The year is 1798 and the British Naval Fleet is in the midst of fighting the war with Napoleon Bonaparte's France. Rebecca Halloway, a young English girl, has been a vibrant Christian for most of her eighteen years, but her faith is about to be tested. One evening, while walking home from a revival service in her home town of Portsmouth, England, her plans to set out for the mission field are waylaid when she is abducted and stolen away by a group of drunken English sailors. She finds herself aboard a vessel bound for Portugal, and manages to conceal her identity from the crew until she is able to escape her captors. Desperate to return home to England, she stows away on the 'Redemption', a massive, British warship under the strict command of Captain William Jameson, a seasoned officer with little tolerance for women. When her unauthorized presence is revealed, a fierce conflict ensues. Rebecca wants only to be returned to Portsmouth, where she can continue on with her plans to minister to the lost, while Captain Jameson and his crew aboard the Redemption only want her gone.

Mean Streak

Author: Sandra Brown
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1455581135
Size: 54.29 MB
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In this New York Times bestselling thriller, a doctor is kidnapped in the mountain wilderness after a fight with her husband -- and as the FBI closes in, she must make dangerous choices to survive. Dr. Emory Charbonneau, a pediatrician and marathon runner, disappears on a mountain road in North Carolina minutes after an argument with her husband Jeff. But by the time he reports her missing, the trail has (literally) gone cold. Fog and ice encapsulate the wilderness and freeze the search. While police suspect Jeff of "instant divorce," Emory regains consciousness only to find herself the captive of a man whose violent past is so dark he won't even tell her his name. She's willing to take any risks necessary to survive. But before she can escape, the two encounter dangerous people who adhere to their own code of justice. A desperate young woman is caught at the center of a dispute, and Emory can't bring herself to look the other way, even if it means breaking the law. Rising tension and barely restrained passion blurs the lines between right and wrong, and Emory begins to wonder if the man with no name is the one who has rescued her from death . . . and from heartbreak. Combining the nail-biting suspense and potent storytelling that has made Sandra Brown one of the world's best-loved authors, Mean Streak is a wildly compelling novel about love, deceit, and the choices we must make when our lives are on the line.

Finding God In A Bag Of Groceries

Author: Laura Lapins Willis
Publisher: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 1426770405
Size: 43.21 MB
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If your pantry was empty, your children hungry, your electricity cut off for nonpayment, and you saw no prospect of support, what would you do? For a decade in a rural Tennessee community, you went to a shabby building behind a church and found Laura Willis. Running a program to help the needy, Laura discovered a world of people she never knew: the lonely and unemployed, chronically poor families, and middle-class folks surprised to be struggling in a great recession. And to each, she offered a bag of groceries, a compassionate ear, and a heart of love. Taking a tiny food pantry and watching it grow to feed hundreds, Laura learned about her own hunger for God and began to discern her own spiritual directions, learning how her calling card—a bag of groceries—could be a gift to others and to herself of abundance and grace.