Search Results: "in falling snow"


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IN FALLING SNOW by Mary-Rose MacColl
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 27, 2013

"MacColl's narrative is fortified by impeccable research and her innate ability to create a powerful bond between readers and characters. Well done."
A chance discovery about a hospital established by women during World War I results in a well-crafted U.S. debut by Australian author MacColl. Read full book review >

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IN THE FALLING SNOW  by Caryl Phillips
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 4, 2009

"A stylistic tour de force, suffering from a little too much thematic connecting of the dots."
The head of a London office on Race Equality ends his affair with a woman he supervises, launching a schematic set of repercussions in this new novel by Phillips (Foreigners, 2007, etc.). Read full book review >

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SNOW FALLING IN SPRING by Moying Li
HISTORY
Released: March 19, 2008

"Combined with The Diary of Ma Yan (2005), readers can begin to know about education and life in modern China. (chronology, glossary) (Nonfiction. 12-16)"
When Li was 12 years old, the Chinese Cultural Revolution began and changed life in that nation. Read full book review >

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SNOW FALLING ON CEDARS by David Guterson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 1, 1994

"Packed with lovely moments and as compact as haiku—at the same time, a page-turner full of twists. (Author tour)"
Old passions, prejudices, and grudges surface in a Washington State island town when a Japanese man stands trial for the murder of a fisherman in the 1950s. Read full book review >

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FALLING IN by Frances O’Roark Dowell
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 9, 2010

"Dowell spreads her wings and soars. (Magical adventure. 10-14)"
A master at capturing the emotional lives of modern kids in realistic fiction proves equally adept with fantasy. Read full book review >

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Falling in Endless Spirals by Margaret R. Crockett
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: April 22, 2014

"An uneven but honest account of a life defined by mental illness."
A woman in her 50s looks back at the disasters and lifesaving moments amassed during the decades she has lived with bipolar disorder. Read full book review >

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FALLING IN THE GARDEN by Walter G. Klimczak
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 6, 1936

"The best kind of science fiction: The science sows the seeds, but the story grows the garden."
A teenager communicates with a girl from the past through the mystical power of The Meadow. Read full book review >

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FALLING IN PLACE by Ann Beattie
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 1, 1980

"Rather enervating, then, but also sad, bleakly humorous, and often chilling."
In her second novel, Beattie's dessicated people—blunted, wobbling in the lassitude of vague guilts, playing their pinball impulses for bonanza relationships that never quite light up—again drift together in random accident from glossy suburbia to junky Manhattan. Read full book review >

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FALLING IN LOVE by Donna Leon
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: April 7, 2015

"Come for the Venetian atmosphere and backstage tour of the opera house, and don't worry too much about the crime."
Commissario Guido Brunetti returns to La Fenice for another dramatic encounter with the diva Flavia Petrelli. Read full book review >

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FALLING IN HONEY by Jennifer Barclay
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: March 4, 2014

"Light and lively reading with an understated edge."
A peripatetic 30-something Englishwoman's account of how a Greek island "got under [her] skin" and showed her the way to contented self-direction. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: Sept. 1, 1999

"Not a how-to guide for the lovelorn but a serious, research-oriented work of special interest to those involved in couples— therapy. (11 b&w photos) (Author tour)"
A couples— therapist's clinical look at how and why we fall in love removes some of the mystery from that most magical of human experiences. Read full book review >

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IN THE SNOW FOREST by Roy Parvin
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 2000

"The natural world is intense throughout, but all the people here are much of a piece, so alike in their lonely stillness as to be interchangeable."
Three intensely atmospheric and melancholy novellas of the West, by short-fiction writer Parvin (The Loneliest Road in America, 1997), in which three people probe the edges of their former lives, with varying degrees of success. Read full book review >