Confessions  The Paris Mysteries

Confessions The Paris Mysteries

  • Release: 2014-10-06
  • Publisher: Random House
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 320 page
  • ISBN: 9781473517684

After investigating multiple homicides and her family's decades-old skeletons in the closet, Tandy Angel is finally reunited with her lost love in Paris. But as he grows increasingly distant, Tandy is confronted with disturbing questions about him, as well as what really happened to her long-dead sister. With no way to tell anymore who in her life she can trust, how will Tandy ever get to the bottom of the countless secrets her parents kept from her? James Patterson leads this brilliant teenage detective through Paris on a trail of lies years in the making, with shocking revelations around every corner.

Confessions 3

Confessions 3

  • Release: 2009-11-16
  • Publisher: Hachette UK
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 96 page
  • ISBN: 9781907726736

Some experiences just have to be confessed! The only thing more thrilling than scoring with a sexy woman who plays hard to get is discovering a girl's secret desires. So in the final instalment of three new Xcite treasuries of true stories, Miranda Forbes has collected more classic seductions of headstrong girls, and revelations of the shameful cravings in ordinary women. Topless girls with attitude and icecream equals a lot of messy fun for one man who dares to do more than dream ... A raid on a fetish club does nothing but increase the voltage of the sexual energy coursing through the bad girls ... In the great outdoors, when you happen across female strangers misbehaving, watching can be far more exciting than joining in ... The appetites of the wives of powerful men cannot be underestimated, nor can the delights of satisfying their hunger ... Each book contains 96 pages.

Lipstick Confessions  03  Forbidden

Lipstick Confessions 03 Forbidden

  • Release: 2012-02-01
  • Publisher: Authentic Media Inc
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 146 page
  • ISBN: 9781780780207

A contemporary version of the story of David and Bathsheba. When David Samuel, chairman of Globe Oil, a multinational oil company, becomes a widower, his world is turned upside down. His old friend, Nathan - also a work colleague - and his wife have provided support and care for him, as has his friend and colleague, Rich Hampton. Rich has recently married the beautiful Beth. Then David notices a beautiful girl on a train and is very attracted to her. Later it becomes devastatingly clear that this is the new Mrs Hampton. David plans to get Rich out of the way by sending him on an assignment abroad, and begins an affair with his wife; but Beth becomes pregnant. When conscientious Rich won't return home, there's only one solution in David's mind. he has Rich murdered. Played against a strong backdrop of good supporting characters (including Beth's sister, Cerys, whose husband has an affair and leaves her), Beth ultimately loses the baby. But David has an epiphany; fasting for the child and the woman he loves, he meets with God. He is a chastened and changed man. Beth too has her own experience with God, and throws herself into charitable work. At the end, they come together again, different, but still in love.

Confessions  Commentary on Books 8 13   Indexes

Confessions Commentary on Books 8 13 Indexes

  • Release: 1992
  • Publisher:
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 481 page
  • ISBN: UOM:39015031705331

The Confessions of Augustine have long both demanded and eluded the sustained and serious attention to detail that a scholarly commentary can provide. This new work in three volumes is a major new reference in Augustine scholarship. A revised Latin text of the Confessions in Volume I forms the basis for a detailed line-by-line commentary (Volumes II and III) designed to elucidate the many layers of meaning in the work. Extensive quotation and abundant citation of Augustine's own writings, of the scriptural texts that were never far from his mind, and of the works of his intellectual forebears (chief among them Cicero, Plotinus, and Ambrose) are meant to provide one essential context for reading the Confessions. Placing the emphasis primarily on exegesis, O'Donnell opens up new lines of interpretation, and gives a wealth of fresh detail to some more familiar themes. The place of the Confessions in Augustine's own life and in the history of Christian literature is also discussed and illuminated.