Death in the Fog

Author: Mignon Good Eberhart

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803267305

Category: Fiction

Page: 312

View: 5846

Driving on a foggy and sleet-filled night to her Aunt Mina's desolate mansion, Katie Warren becomes the chief suspect in a murder and must find the real killer in order to clear her name

The Fog

Author: James Herbert

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 1447202392

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

View: 2683

The Fog is a powerful, classic horror novel from James Herbert, author of The Rats. It begins with a crack that rips the earth apart. Peaceful village life shattered. But the disaster is just the beginning. Out of the bottomless pit creeps a malevolent fog. Spreading through the air it leaves a deadly, horrifying trail, destined to devastate the lives of all those it encounters . . .

PONS Kurzkrimis: Murder in the Fog

Mörderische Kurzkrimis zum Englischlernen (A1/A2)

Author: Dominic Butler

Publisher: PONS

ISBN: 3120501034

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 128

View: 8093

Englisch lernen mit mörderischen Kurzgeschichten Sie lesen gerne Krimis und möchten etwas für Ihr Englisch tun? Mit diesen spannenden Kriminalgeschichten frischen Sie Ihr Englisch auf. Die verwendete Sprache passt genau zu Ihrem Lernniveau, so dass Ihnen das Lesen ganz leicht fällt. Schwierigere Wörter sind in den Fußnoten übersetzt. Für Anfänger (A1) bis Wiedereinsteiger (A2).

Killed in the Fog

Author: William L. DeAndrea

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1453290354

Category: Fiction

Page: 216

View: 4501

During a trip to England, a fog of mystery threatens Matt Cobb’s vacation—and his life Matt Cobb is ready to quit. His job as a special projects VP at a giant television network involves intense troubleshooting and an egotistical boss, and both have taken their toll. The network president has other ideas, though, and persuades him that all he needs is a long vacation. So Cobb takes off for London, with his dog and his lovely fiancée, Roxanne, by his side. But work won’t release its grip so easily, and when Cobb visits an old friend at a network affiliate, he can’t resist a plea to help with their security team. And when he’s directed to ignore the time-honored rule against the delivery of mysterious envelopes, Cobb becomes not only a witness to a murder, but also the prime suspect.

The Voice in the Fog

Author: Harold MacGrath

Publisher: tredition

ISBN: 384720484X

Category: Fiction

Page: 123

View: 8095

This book is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS series. The creators of this series are united by passion for literature and driven by the intention of making all public domain books available in printed format again - worldwide. At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style. Several mostly non-profit literature projects provide content to tredition. To support their good work, tredition donates a portion of the proceeds from each sold copy. As a reader of a TREDITION CLASSICS book, you support our mission to save many of the amazing works of world literature from oblivion.

Onward! Through the Fog!

Six Dialogues Following the Example of Christ Through Lent

Author: Elizabeth Morris-Pierce

Publisher: CSS Publishing

ISBN: 0788013106

Category: Religion

Page: 88

View: 5663

The Sundays of Lent don't have to be boring! Follow the lectionary and provide your congregation with exciting worship experiences by using these positive yet sensitive dialogue sermons based on Cycle A of the Revised Common Lectionary. Wit and scripture are combined to encourage Christian growth and prod listeners into making a personal commitment. In addition to six sermon dialogues, worship planning aids are included for each Sunday, along with an Ash Wednesday worship service. In addition to six sermon dialogues, worship planning aids are included for each Sunday, plus an Ash Wednesday worship service with the theme-setting sermon, Onward! Through The Fog! Subsequent to a position as Business Administrator of the New York State Grange, E. Morris-Pierce began studies to become a pastor in the United Methodist Church. She served as an officer in the Salvation Army for five years, and her various church positions have included church secretary, choir director, organist, handbell choir director, and Sunday school teacher. She and her husband, Rev. Norman Morris, were foster parents to sixteen children before adopting their daughter. Her own unusual childhood experiences at an orphanage and various boarding homes contributed much to her background and character.

Lost in the Fog

Author: James De Mille

Publisher: Library of Alexandria

ISBN: 1465531629


Page: 316

View: 9817

The Fog

Author: Shelby Nolan

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1479707694

Category: Fiction

Page: 502

View: 8486

Crying, Rocky slid down onto the floor and John walked around to ease down beside her. Pulling her against him, they sat and listened to each other's heartbeats. "He's gone, baby." Sometimes an event happens in life that affects you so strongly it makes you wonder how the people involved in the event feel, how they handled their emotions. This book is about a woman who lost her son and is struggling to hold her marriage together without him. You must decide if The Fog is real. . . or if it's only in her mind. . .

Lifting the Fog: A specific guide to inattentive ADHD in adults

Author: Michael Carr

Publisher: Michael Carr

ISBN: 0473207176

Category: Medical

Page: N.A

View: 6515

Although inattentive ADHD has now been recognised by the mental health community as a disorder which affects many children and adults, it's difficult to find specific information on this particular form of ADHD. There are many differences between inattentive ADHD and the hyperactive/impulsive form of ADHD, and much of the generic information about "ADHD" isn't particularly helpful for those with the inattentive ADHD. Adults with inattentive ADHD are neither impulsive or hyperactive, but often have greater problems with issues such as absent mindedness and lack of confidence. Lifting the Fog isn't just another book on ADHD is provides specific information about how inattentive ADHD affects adults and how it differs from other forms of ADHD. It also includes useful information on the different treatment options available and provides a range of practical tips for helping manage the negative effects of inattentive ADHD.

In the Fog of the Seasons' End

Author: Alex La Guma

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: 9780435909802

Category: Fiction

Page: 181

View: 4295

A novel of great sensitivity about people in Cape Town organizing underground opposition to apartheid

Faces in the Fog

Author: Steven Hagy

Publisher: WingSpan Press

ISBN: 1595942297

Category: Fiction

Page: 260

View: 5776

Stop. Look over your shoulder. See the faces. Sure, there are a few happy people, rejoicing in their sunshine, but also, there are those hurting souls who are hiding behind their feigned smiles, lost in a fog of pain, woe and confusion. They are the Faces in the Fog. Nineteen short stories - action, romance, sci-fi, drama, humor, horror and suspense. Edgy, thrilling and heartwarming - a literary journey sure to delight every part of your psyche.

Ghosts in the Fog

The Untold Story of Alaska's WWII Invasion

Author: Samantha Seiple

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 0545296544

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 221

View: 8759

Presents an account of the World War II invasion of Alaska by the Japanese and is told from the viewpoints of American civilians who were captured on the Aleutian Islands.

Somewhere In the Fog

The Poetry of a Bystander

Author: James Milo Hurley

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1463478976

Category: Poetry

Page: N.A

View: 4428

"Milo pays attention to the small details that define important moments: the rattling bones of a dead leaf, the prow of the boat biting into a sandy beach, the lipstick smile, the wet yellow-brown bath towel, the muffled slugging of a heart. When we look with him into these isolated experiences, we sense that like the speaker in each poem, we too are isolated, are spectators even to our own lives, engaging only momentarily with the reality and then stepping back to assess self, setting, and the other.—Helen Godfrey Pyke Southern Adventist University

The Princess and the Fog

A Story for Children with Depression

Author: Lloyd Jones

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 1784501514

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 48

View: 5954

Bronze Medal Winner in the Picture Books, Early Reader category of the 2015 Foreword Reviews' INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards Once upon a time there was a Princess. She had everything a little girl could ever want, and she was happy. That is, until the fog came... The Princess and the Fog is picture book to help sufferers of depression aged 5-7 cope with their difficult feelings. It uses vibrant illustrations, a sense of humour and metaphor to create a relatable, enjoyable story that describes the symptoms of childhood depression while also providing hope that things can get better with a little help and support. The story is also a great starting point for explaining depression to all children, especially those who may have a parent or close family member with depression. With an essential guide for parents and carers by clinical paediatric psychologists, Dr Melinda Edwards MBE and Linda Bayliss, this book will be of immeasurable value to anyone supporting a child with, or affected by, depression, including social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, counsellors, arts therapists, pastoral care workers and school staff, as well as parents and carers.

The Fog (Harbingers)

Episode 8

Author: Alton Gansky

Publisher: Bethany House

ISBN: 1441231382

Category: Fiction

Page: 96

View: 1605

In beautiful San Diego, California, Tank and the team are attending a party when a supernatural mist unlike any other rolls over the city. There are things in the fog. Ugly things. Vicious things that kill whatever they find. When one team member realizes the fog is bringing death, will the ultimate sacrifice have to be made?

Appreciate the Fog

Embrace Change with Power and Purpose

Author: Stephen Harrison

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1479723959

Category: Self-Help

Page: 325

View: 6419

Appreciate the Fog written by Stephen Harrison is a self-help and leadership book that encourages embracing change with power and purpose. This book offers some invaluable suggestions that may provide quick payback in life with the intent to acknowledge that there are deeper processes with wonderful, lasting benefits that are available as the lifelong process of self-discovery opens. It encourages embracing the fog as it rises and developing a meaningful, authentic, and intimate relationship with the inner self. This book has been structured to be a natural progression through concepts that build on each other in a natural manner, with each chapter largely self-contained. Each chapter may be read and utilised as when and in whatever order suits the readers. Some may prefer to quickly browse this book and then pick out those portions that have immediate relevance to where they are in their journey at present. Others will find it useful working through the book from start to finish. These concepts will assist readers when working in relationships and organisations where fog is in effect. Being aware of the personal inner world, how to respond to a fog and exhibit that publically can make a positive difference to the capacity to process responses and the ability to work with others. Appreciate the Fog encourages readers to reflect on life, the mechanisms used to protect and feel safe, the triggers and patterns that generate episodes of fog and how working with all this knowledge may create a more satisfying and rewarding life. It encourages self-discovery with the intent that in knowing oneself, a person can decide to act with alignment and integrity to who he/she is, and in so doing manifest personal power and leadership.

Embrace the Fog

Author: N.A

Publisher: Booktango

ISBN: 1468910450


Page: N.A

View: 9683

Travis and Jacey's orienteering contest in a vintage Mark 4 Jaguar car becomes a journey through a belt of fog and into a strange village that is not shown on any map. The people there appear to be living in the 1950s, a time when the car was new. They become involved in a time space continuum. Life identities of solids, androids, gaseous and organic intelligent species are using Jacey's family to prove that humans are an inferior life species. This test is to show that androids have superseded humans as the superior solid life identity. Her family are like pieces in an intergalactic chess game. Jacey and Travis do not know why it is happening, who is helping and who is hindering their efforts to find out the truth. Ross Richdale's latest science fiction story is the 40th novel he has written.

Out of the Fog

Meditations for Believers and Skeptics

Author: Sarah Clark

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462813518

Category: Self-Help

Page: 100

View: 9221

The meditations in Out of The Fog range from a riff on Dr. Seusss song, Waltzing with Bears, to a serious discussion of Albert Schweitzers theology of reverence for life. We learn from such diverse role models as Jesus and Nemo (as in the fish Nemo). We celebrate the glories and agonies of the seasons in New England as well as a Wisconsin winter that rivaled the worse snows of Maine. We face the dark side of humanity. We are reminded that there truly are good people making a difference in the world. We are asked questions about our own spiritual lives. We ponder ways of creating a peaceful world. We are taught by children, dogs, cats, seashells, gardens; the sacredness of the every day is lifted up. We are asked to think of what our children really need from us. We are reminded to rest in the grace of the world. We are challenged to act for what we believe in. We are given hope in life and in ourselves and along the way we laugh often. Excerpt from Out of the Fog I miss a fireplace. A working fireplace. Or rather, a fireplace of delights and dreams and real logs, real fire. I grew up with a fireplace in our living room, not used for heat, but for warmth, beauty, visions, friendliness. We carefully cleaned the fireplace each Christmas Eve, so Santa would not be covered in ash. On Christmas Day, we lit the fire using as kindling the few Christmas wrappings my mother deemed unsalvageable for another year. The fireplace crackled, snapped, and exuded good cheer all December 25th and New Years as it did on Thanksgiving, and on snowy January, February, and March days and evenings. The fire removed the chill of fog in fall and spring, and in the hurricane became briefly a working fireplace, for heat, for light, for cooking, most of all, for the vision of coziness amidst the tempests roar. Even in summer, when the days turned damp and shivery, the fire would be lit and wed gather in its glow for fun and games. I still have the old wire popcorn popper we jiggled above the flames, waiting with bated breath for that first distinctive POP and then in exultation as the kernels exploded in a delicious cacophony of pows! I have lost years ago the wire marshmallow and hot dog toasters that the bold thrust into the flames (those of us who liked blackened marshmallows and hot dogs that split, taking the risk of losing them to the fire god) and the more genteel held with tense concentration hovering over the embers for perfectly browned outside, sumptuously melted inside, marshmallows. I remember my thirteenth birthday an icy, wind-whistling, February night when ten teen girls toasted and roasted and tried to scare each other silly with ghost stories as the fire died slowly down and the room grew dark until mother returned with hot chocolate and in her matter of fact manner stirred up the fire with a poker, adding a new log for good measure, breaking the spell of titillating terror. We turned to giggling over riddles, jokes, and songs featuring a lot of mindless alliteration. I remember the dinner parties as an adult when talk would turn from children to gossip to politics to God somehow the fire drew us into an intimacy and warmth that went beyond the heat upon our faces. I remember so many faces, some grown, some gone, but all faces that turned more friendly around the fire, that gentled into peace, sharing the best of themselves in the steadfast glow. If you have such a fireplace, invite your friends over, stockpile wood for the storm, or light a log alone and listen to the fires song. If, like me, your fireplace is in a room long gone from you, remember those of your past and those who shared them, and be thankful. Remember also those who have sat with you beside all the fires of your life, those who need no fireplace of bricks and mortar to laugh with you, and eat with you, and share your fears and delights. The fireplace may no longe