The Other Side of Midnight is Sidney Sheldon at his best. This page-turner is full of tortured romantic entanglements, reverses of fortune, thrilling suspense, and ultimate justice. In Paris, Washington, and a fabulous villa in Greece, an innocent American becomes a bewildered, horror-stricken pawn in a game of vengeance and betrayal. She is Catherine Douglas, a woman caught in a web of four lives intertwined by passion as her handsome husband pursues an incredibly beautiful film star . . . and as Constantin Demeris, a legendary Greek tycoon, tightens the strands that control them all.
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One Of Sidney Sheldon S Most Popular And Bestselling Titles, Repackaged And Reissued For A New Generation Of Fans. A Gripping, Glamorous Novel Of Scorching Sensuality And Heart-Stopping Evil. A Beautiful French Actress Whose Craving For Passion And Vengeance Takes Her From The Gutters Of Paris To The Bedroom Of A Powerful Billionaire; A Dynamic Greek Tycoon Who Never Forgets An Insult, Never Forgives An Injury; And A Handsome War Hero Lured From His Wife By Another Woman. From Paris To Washington, Hollywood To The Islands Of Greece, The Other Side Of Midnight Is The Story Of Four Star-Crossed Lives Enmeshed In A Deadly Ritual Of Passion, Intrigue And Corruption.
Bestselling romance writer Revati Krishna had everything that a girl could wish for - A sparkling career, a thriving fan-base and a perfect love life. However, life is not always a bed of roses… Sometimes, there appear thorns… An unfortunate car accident turns her life upside down. To start over her life, Revati moves to a sleepy hill station where she gets entangled with a murder that happened 15 years ago. On the pretext of writing a book, she starts investigating into the matter and finds striking evidence which otherwise could never be found. But she doesn’t know that she has put her own life in danger. How far will One Woman go to give justice to a Dead Girl? The answer lies in that incident which happened 15 years ago. The incident which shall tell the world... The Other Side of Her story.
Nan Goldin's seminal second book The Other Side is finally back in print. Ever since the early 1970s Goldin has lived with and among drag queens, documenting both their glamour and their struggles. The Other Side is her very personal declaration of love and gratitude to these drag queens, who showed her a way out of the captivity of pre-packaged, socially prescribed identity. As she put it: "The pictures in this book are not of people suffering gender dysphoria but rather expressing gender euphoria.... The people in these pictures are truly revolutionary; they are the real winners in the battle of the sexes because they have stepped out of the ring". In contrast to much of the early 90s drag queen mania, The Other Side has brilliantly passed the test of time: Goldin's photographs are as beautiful, moving, and vibrant as ever, heralding the utopian promises of a world where gender has stopped being a prison -- a vision that remains as vital and acute as it was when the book was first published.
Every once in a while, out of nowhere, a very special person appears with the courage and conviction to change the destiny of others. Such a person is Ned O'Gorman. Wandering in Harlem one day, Ned saw an abandoned storefront and there he met his calling and future: he would start a tuition-free school for the underprivileged.
Adele: The Other Side reveals the stories behind the hugely popular and iconic songs that have made Adele the star she is today. With a detailed exploration of the meanings behind her personal and enigmatic lyrics, and full of insightful revelations about her musical journey both on and off the stage, this is the perfect book for any fan of Adele and the soulful, heart-wrenching music she has written.
A new young adult novel from the author of the critically acclaimed Clutch! "Liam Reimold loves soccer, but in this simmering mystery he's also his own kind of wrestler: he struggles to reconcile the past and present, right and wrong, life and death. We're by Liam's side from start to finish as Heather Camlot artfully reveals how a young boy's vulnerability is his strength, and we quietly rejoice when his warring emotions find an enduring peace. Like the memories at the heart of this loving family portrait, Camlot's fine writing lingers." --Emil Sher, screenwriter, playwright, and author of Young Man With Camera Twelve-year-old Liam finds a dead body along the shore of his grandfather's cottage. He can't undo what he's seen and can't focus on anything else. Liam believes there is more to the girl's story than her "accidental death" and decides to investigate. Only when Liam visits his grandfather, living in palliative care, do things begin to change. As they watch Germany's 2014 World Cup soccer games together, his grandfather, a German World War II veteran, reveals stories about his past -- stories a Jewish North American kid doesn't want to hear. Angry and overwhelmed, Liam is swept up in a history that may just help him solve the girl's death -- and make sense of his own world again. This book is at once an exciting murder-mystery and a coming-of-age story of a kid who must come to terms with the stark realities of a family who fought... on the other side.
The Partition Of India In 1947 Caused One Of The Great Human Convulsions Of History. The Statistics Are Staggering. Twelve Million People Were Displaced; A Million Died; Seventy-Five Thousand Women Are Said To Have Been Abducted And Raped; Families Were Divided; Properties Lost; Homes Destroyed. In Public Memory, However, The Violent, Disturbing Realities That Accompanied Partition Have Remained Blanketed In Silence. And Yet, In Private, The Voices Of Partition Have Never Been Stilled And Its Ramifications Have Not Yet Ended. Urvashi Butalia S Remarkable Book, The Outcome Of A Decade Of Interviews And Research, Looks At What Partition Was Intended To Achieve, And How It Worked On The Ground, And In People S Lives. Pieced Together From Oral Narratives And Testimonies, In Many Cases From Women, Children And Dalits-Marginal Voices Never Heard Before-And Supplemented By Documents, Reports, Diaries, Memoirs And Parliamentary Records, This Is A Moving, Personal Chronicle Of Partition That Places People, Instead Of Grand Politics, At The Centre. These Are The Untold Stories Of Partition, Stories That India Has Not Dared To Confront Even After Fifty Years Of Independence.
Princess Nan-Fan of Tang must deal with a threatened forced marriage to the Battle Demon, and with adjusting to life outside the palace where she has lived all of her life.
Do you dream of running your own business one day? Are you experiencing a lot of fear and doubt about pursuing your dream? Are you waking up in the middle of the night because you know you are about to do something "crazy" and go after your dream? Are you working a job and running your business but not sure when you should leave your job? Are you trying to run your business but is having a difficult time coping due to the loss of a loved one, grief and depression?
This book is based on a true story about a man who had hardship since he was a little child. Going through agony living with a single mother, an abusive stepfather, being homeless, living I n poverty, scared and fearful for his life. He was able to build a relationship with God and God continued to protect him
This interdisciplinary study examines the still vivid phenomenon of the most controversial psychiatric diagnosis in the United States: multiple personality disorder, now called dissociative identity disorder. This syndrome comprehends the occurrence of two or more distinct identities that take control of a person's behavior paired with an inexplicable memory loss. Synthesizing the fields of psychiatry and the dynamics of the disorder with its influential representation in American fiction, the study researches how psychiatry and fiction mutually shaped a mysterious syndrome and how this reciprocal process created a genre fiction of its own that persists until today in a very distinct self-referential mode.
Light on the Other Side of Divorce: Discovering the New You is for people who have separated/divorced from their partners who want to feel excited about who they are now, more emboldened and less overwhelmed. The book is a comprehensive, inspirational resource for healing and thriving after divorce.
This book touches on the exploits of a man who grew up in the south Bronx He grew very aware of his environment early in life. Because of the violence in his world, he developed fast reflexes and the ability to make instant decisions. He spent 4 years in the Maine Corps and 14 months in Vietnam 1968-1969. where he again found himself in a very violent atmosphere. Some of his encounters are described in here. Still feeling a deep need to give back to his community, He returned to the states and became a New York City Transit Police Officer. Again being assigned to the South Bronx area. A Police Officer, suits up every day, not knowing if he is coming back that night. These thoughts, keep us aware and vigilant. However, no matter how prepared you think you are, the very worst can happen. Some of Officer Winders encounters as a Police Officer back in the 70’s are outlined in this book. Some are funny. Some are intense. Every Police Officer, relates differently to their involvement with the citizens, as the situation warrants it. Compassion, holding a victim or ill persons hand, carrying an extra handkerchief to wipe away a lost child’s tears, helping to deliver a new life and yes, seriousness when needed. This one particular night, this Officer suited up and had no idea that his entire life would be changed forever. That he would experience pain like he had never felt before. That his dreams and thoughts would from then on be assaulted nightly. That he would have to adjust his entire life to face the future. Learn how Police Officers are really treated, and viewed by the public. Given the current way our society views police, this book allows you to see the world through a police officer’s eyes and maybe shows that all should not be judged on the actions of one.
A sixty-year history of Afro-South Asian musical collaborations From Beyoncé's South Asian music-inspired Super Bowl Halftime performance, to jazz artists like John and Alice Coltrane's use of Indian song structures and spirituality in their work, to Jay-Z and Missy Elliott's high-profile collaborations with diasporic South Asian artists such as the Panjabi MC and MIA, African American musicians have frequently engaged South Asian cultural productions in the development of Black music culture. Sounds from the Other Side traces such engagements through an interdisciplinary analysis of the political implications of African American musicians' South Asian influence since the 1960s. Elliott H. Powell asks, what happens when we consider Black musicians' South Asian sonic explorations as distinct from those of their white counterparts? He looks to Black musical genres of jazz, funk, and hip hop and examines the work of Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Rick James, OutKast, Timbaland, Beyoncé, and others, showing how Afro-South Asian music in the United States is a dynamic, complex, and contradictory cultural site where comparative racialization, transformative gender and queer politics, and coalition politics intertwine. Powell situates this cultural history within larger global and domestic sociohistorical junctures that link African American and South Asian diasporic communities in the United States. The long historical arc of Afro-South Asian music in Sounds from the Other Side interprets such music-making activities as highly political endeavors, offering an essential conversation about cross-cultural musical exchanges between racially marginalized musicians.
Features letters written (but never posted) by a 60 year-old woman, to her children living abroad, about the experience of living in Hamburg during the war. Discovered in a drawer in the 1970s, they were translated by her daughter, the late Ruth Evans, and first published in England and Germany in 1979.