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2006, ISBN: 9780590466233

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Back Bay Books, 1999-03-30. Paperback. Very Good. 0316601950 Oprah Book Club? Selection, March 1999: With five novels to her credit, including the acclaimed The Weight of Water, Anita Shreve now offers a skillfully crafted exploration of the long reach of tragedy in The Pilot's Wife. News of Jack Lyons's fatal crash sends his wife into shock and emotional numbness: Kathryn wished she could manage a coma. Instead, it seemed that quite the opposite had happened: She felt herself to be inside of a private weather system, one in which she was continuously tossed and buffeted by bits of news and information, sometimes chilled by thoughts of what lay immediately ahead, thawed by the kindness of others ... frequently drenched by memories that seemed to have no regard for circumstance or place, and then subjected to the nearly intolerable heat of reporters, photographers and curious on-lookers. It was a weather system with no logic, she had decided, no pattern, no progression, no form. The situation becomes even more dire when the plane's black box is recovered, pinning responsibility for the crash on Jack. In an attempt to clear his name, Kathryn searches for any and all clues to the hours before the flight. Yet each discovery forces her to realize that she didn't know her husband of 16 years at all. Shreve's complex and highly convincing treatment of Kathryn's dilemma, coupled with intriguing minor characters and an expertly paced plot, makes The Pilot's Wife really take off. Los Angeles Times Sunday Book Review, Susan Salter Reynolds ...an oddly gripping popular novel ... Shreve has done a terrific job with an otherwise dull subject: the aching innards of a betrayed spouse. The Washington Post Book World, Georgia Jones-Davis The Pilot's Wife is a gentle romance and a tale of inner anguish. It is not a thriller graphically depicting the horror of a plane crash and its grisly aftermath. In fact, Shreve's novel is perhaps too gentle, too vague about such a horrific and powerful experience as a bomb blowing up an airliner. BookPage, Laura Wexler, May 1998 Reading Anita Shreve's novel, The Pilot's Wife, is like unraveling a thread. From the moment Kathryn Lyons answers the late-night knock at her door, she and the reader set upon a course that leads to a surprising revelation - that Kathryn's life is not what she thought it was.... Her search leads her not only to some answers, but to a realization - that the possibility is slim of ever fully knowing those we love, even those we love the most. Book Description Oprah Book Club- Selection, March 1999: With five novels to her credit, including the acclaimed The Weight of Water, Anita Shreve now offers a skillfully crafted exploration of the long reach of tragedy in The Pilot's Wife. News of Jack Lyons's fatal crash sends his wife into shock and emotional numbness: Kathryn wished she could manage a coma. Instead, it seemed that quite the opposite had happened: She felt herself to be inside of a private weather system, one in which she was continuously tossed and buffeted by bits of news and information, sometimes chilled by thoughts of what lay immediately ahead, thawed by the kindness of others ... frequently drenched by memories that seemed to have no regard for circumstance or place, and then subjected to the nearly intolerable heat of reporters, photographers and curious on-lookers. It was a weather system with no logic, she had decided, no pattern, no progression, no form.The situation becomes even more dire when the plane's black box is recovered, pinning responsibility for the crash on Jack. In an attempt to clear his name, Kathryn searches for any and all clues to the hours before the flight. Yet each discovery forces her to realize that she didn't know her husband of 16 years at all. Shreve's complex and highly convincing treatment of Kathryn's dilemma, coupled with intriguing minor characters and an expertly paced plot, makes The Pilot's Wife really take off. From the Publisher Praise for Anita Shreve's The Pilot's Wife "Gripping. . . . A gentle romance and a tale of inner anguish. . . . You don't want to stop turning pages once Kathryn has opened her door." --Georgia Jones-Davis, Washington Post Book World "Kathryn's emotional quest is masterfully rendered. . . . We go where Shreve leads because the writing is so sure." --Kate Callen, San Diego Union-Tribune An absorbing, inventive tale rendered in fine, original prose. --Mike Snyder, Houston Chronicle "Compulsively readable. . . . To create both sympathetic characters and an enticing plot is no small feat, but Shreve does it seamlessly. . . . Her characters' grief and disillusion are palpable, and their relationships are moving. . . . I'd recommend taking this book anywhere-except, perhaps, on a plane trip." --Susan Hubbard, Orlando Sentinel "Highly readable. . . . Shreve is extremely skillful at showing the stages by which someone learns to live with the unthinkable." --Rebecca Radner, San Francisco Chronicle "Enthralling. . . . Shreve's ear for the hazy dread of a tragedy's immediate aftermath is excellent. . . . She accumulates the details gradually and quietly, bringing to life the grief-stricken Kathryn and Mattie with fascinating exactitude." --Jelena Petrovic, Minneapolis Star Tribune "Shreve weaves a narrative that is part detective story and part interior monologue. . . . A thoughtful, often poignant novel." --Boston Magazine "Oddly gripping." --Susan Salter Reynolds, Los Angeles Times Book Review "The humanness of this novel, along with its attention to detail, makes this a provocative read. . . . While the story physically takes place in Ely, N.H., and extends to England and Ireland, there is much more exploration of a changing interior topogrpahy: the plateaus of normalcy, the valleys of sorrow, the vistas of strength. It is a story of a struggle to become self-reliant." --Angela Glaser, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "From cover to rapidly reached cover, The Pilot's Wife is beautifully plotted, tensely paced, and thoroughly absorbing." --Heller McAlpin, New York Newsday Inside Flap Copy Read by Blair Brown Three Cassettes, Approx. 5 hours A pilot's wife is taught to be prepared for the late-night knock at the door. But when Kathryn Lyons receives word that a plane flown by her husband, Jack, has exploded near the coast of Ireland, she confronts the unfathomable-one startling revelation at a time. Soon drawn into a maelstrom of publicity fueled by rumors that Jack led a secret life. Kathryn sets out to learn who her husband really was, whatever that knowledge might cost. Her search propels this taut, impassioned audiobook as it movingly explores the question, How well can we ever really know another person. --This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition. About the Author Anita Shreve is the critically acclaimed author of twelve previous books, including A Wedding in December, The Pilot's Wife, which was a selection of Oparh's Book Club, and The Weight of Water, which was a finalist for Englands Orange Prize. She Lives in Massachusetts. Book Reviews "Until now, Kathryn Lyons's life has been peaceful if unextraordinary: a satisfying job teaching high school in the New England mill town of her childhood; a picture-perfect home by the ocean; a precocious, independent-minded fifteen-year-old daughter; and a happy marriage whose occasional dull passages she attributes to the unavoidable deadening of time. As a pilot's wife, Kathryn has learned to expect both intense exhilaration and long periods alone - but nothing has prepared her for the late-night knock that lets her know her husband has died in a crash. As Kathryn struggles with her grief, she descends into a maelstrom of publicity stirred up by the modern hunger for the details of tragedy." ? The Publisher "Though sacrificing depth and credibility for speed, Shreve's sixth (The Weight of Water, 1997, etc.) is another suspenseful portrait of a modern marriage rent by betrayal and loss. After her pilot husband's plane blows up off the coast of Ireland, Kathryn discovers bit by bit how little she knew Jack Lyons. First, she faces a media frenzy when the flight recorder makes clear that Jack was carrying a bomb in his flight bag. Her illusions of a her so-called good marriage crumble, despite her belief in the love she and Jack had and the need to keep Jack's memory pure for teenage daughter Mattie. As she navigates the dark days with the priest-like assistance of Robert, the pilot union's grievance expert, Kathryn increasingly feels compelled to come to grips with Jack's hidden life." ? Kirkus Clean and unmarked; slight wear to cover., Back Bay Books, 1999-03-30, Viking Press. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1945. Stated First Printing. Hardcover. The pages are clean, no tears or soiling. The pages and binding are tight. Orange top-stained page edges. There is a previous owner's name stamped on the inside front cover and her name and address stamped on the bottom of page 13.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 378 pages; Pittsburgh cooks steel by day and cooks steel by night. By day the bronze smoke of its chimneys tints the sky and by night its tongues of flame, rising from the throats of its furnaces, seem to say: Here the Victory was made. Pittsburg not only made steel for the US and for the United Nations. To friend and foe alike went its missiles and messages of fire, and here the designs of postwar world first took mechanistic shape. It is a story of Joe, a Marine, and his "midnight love", Stella, who faced motherhood alone. After his return home after World War II with a battle wound and malaria, Joe heard Stella's heartbreaking story of persecution. This story deals with the basic lesson on good and evil. The book was later reissued as Stella and Joe. Will combine shipping on more than one book. ., Viking Press, 1945, Kansas City MO: Hallmark Editions, 1971. Orange boards have light wear. Pages are clean, text has no markings, binding is sound.. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall., Hallmark Editions, 1971, A single ball came through at deck level, It struck a burst of sparks from the steel hull, like Brocks Fireworks at Crystal palace, brilliant orange even in the strong sunlight, and the hole it tore through Black Joke's plating was fringed with bare jagged tongues of metal like the petals of a silver sunflower.' In search of a father they barely remember, Zouga and Dr Robyn Ballantyne board Mungo St John's magnificent clipper to speed them to Africa. But long before they sight that mighty continent, Robyn knows that she and Mungo will battle with all the fury of natural enemies -- and love with all the desperation of those unable to evade the commands of fate. For if she can bring hope and healing to Africa's fever-ridden shores, he, a lawless trader in human cargo, will possess any man -- or woman -- he chooses.., Pan Books, Warner, NY, 1988. First printing. Tall thin octavo, hardcover, as new. Yellow decorated boards. No dj. 352 pp. and notes and photo of author. A guided excavation for women who suspect that there's something more to life than the top layer pursuits of money, sex, and love. Uses archaeology metaphors to unearth the layers of your soul. Well presented & straight forward. Decorative boards, orange eps.. Fine/No Jacket., Warner, NY, 1988. First printing., NY, Plume, 2006., 2006. Octavo, softcover, near fine in orange wraps. Oprah's Book Club. Humanity now, perhaps more than in any previous time, has an opportunity to create a new, saner, more loving world. In very practical terms, Tolle leads readers into this new consciousness to learn to live and breathe freely. 316 pp.. Paperback. Near Fine/No DJ., NY, Plume, 2006., 2006, Little Brown, 1947), 1947. Octavo, hardcover, VG+ in edgeworn orange dj. 313 pp. BOMC. Why does a man avoid marrying the woman he loves? Why would a doctor give up brilliant career? Can one love death so much that he self destroys? Here in this novel are the answers--profound forces we don't understand--groping human effort to master experience.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Fair., Little Brown, 1947), 1947, New York, NY, U.S.A. : Harmony Books, 1995 First Edition, 1995. Octavo, hardcover, light stain on endpapers where red endpaper color ran through on one or two white endpaper page edges else good reading copy in good white and orange dj. A modern-day guidebook for benevolent charms and easy-to-cast spells that strengthen commitment and enhance relationships. (and buying from bookwitch doubles the spells). 159 pp. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/Good., New York, NY, U.S.A. : Harmony Books, 1995 First Edition, 1995, "The orange sneakers were typical of her mood. One minute Sara had been rather fond of them. The next she detested them, thought them as gross as her enormous feet, her impossible body, her ridiculous hair. And that was how it had been all summer. The elation of one moment would give way to tears the next, with no warning, for no reason.What had changed in her, Sara did not know.  Surely not her grudging tolerance of Aunt Willie, or her affectionate envy of her pretty older sister; amd certainly not her tender, wordless love for Charlie, her mentally retarded younger brother.  Yet Sara's moods were as unaccountable as the sudden appearance of the swans--the swans which so fascinated Charlie as he watched them glide silently about the lake.Then, during the night, Charlie disappeared. . .and Sara's own small miseries were left behind as she searched the dense woods and rough fields, numb with terror for Charlie, who wandered somewhere, lost, helpless, bewildered.  In her anguish Sara turned to Joe Melby--whom she had despised only the day before--and together they found him.  The longest day of that summer was over, and Sarsa knew that she would never again be quite the same.Those who have read The Midnight Fox know how well Betsy Byara writes about young people at odds with themelves and the world.  Here, in the war, humorous, poignant astory of difficult fourteenth summer, she portrays her characters with delicate, unerring artistry.", The Viking Press, 1970, London: Penguin, 1962. 2nd. imp. thus PBK. No. 1512 Orange, pictorial cover. 173 pp. Covers slightly soiled, o/w good copy., London: Penguin, 1962, N. Y.: Lenox Hill Press, 1972. X-Library with usual library distinctions.....The orange hard cover has light shelf wear..The spine is torn on the back seam.....Spine cock with yellowing pages.......Check out our books on tape....We ship everyday or next day........We are very careful when we list our books, but sometimes something minor may get by.. 10th. Cloth. As is/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Hard Back., Lenox Hill Press, 1972, New York U. S. A.: St. Martin's Press. As New 2003. Paperback. Marfree Fine 1st paperbk; no names, not marked-in, underscored, clearance or discard. Mails from NYC usually within 12 hours. ; 6.6 x 4.1 x 1 inches; 340 pages; \nFrom Publishers Weekly Frothy as a double latte with extra foam, Heller's latest romantic satire (after Female Intelligence) playfully follows the misadventures of Elizabeth Baskin, a dissatisfied wife searching for a magic potion to revitalize her husband, Roger, only to discover that quick fixes can be disastrous. She's a finicky hotel field inspector spy for AMLP, America's Most Luxurious Properties, who's almost ready to downgrade her own marriage as uninhabitable. Roger, an overworked real estate lawyer, has developed a paunch, a bald spot and a penchant for going to bed at 11 instead of making love till dawn. He drools and drops crumbs everywhere when he eats, and she yearns for the old romance of their first meeting when he rescued her from a breakdown on the "dreaded 405, " a Southern California freeway. Brenda, who's Elizabeth's well-meaning sister and a celebrity-obsessed journalist, suggests Dr. Gordon Farkus, a Beverly Hills "specialist in life enhancement. " Elizabeth buys into the trendy hocus-pocus and purchases a "stud stimulant" to drop into her hubby's fresh-squeezed orange juice, but in her eagerness to rev up Rog, she overdoses him and suddenly her sweet but dull husband becomes a sexy but terribly self-absorbed hunk no woman can resist. Mortified by the havoc she's wrought, Elizabeth decides to ask for the antidote, only to discover the notorious "life enhancer" has split town. Featuring fun-filled shenanigans played out against L. A. Area and resort backdrops, not to mention some rugged adventures on nearby Mt. Baldy, the novel zips along like the latest issue of People and packs the punch of a big bite of pink cotton candy good for a sticky smile on a lazy afternoon. Agent, Ellen Levine. Author tour. Copyright 2001 Cahners. From Booklist Heller has made a career writing novels that embody the adage "be careful what you wish for, " and her newest is no exception. Elizabeth, married to Roger, is a professional nitpicker--she critiques high-end hotels for a living. Upset that Roger's attentiveness and personal charm have declined since their romantic courtship and early marriage, she's persuaded to seek an herbal solution from a doctor who's become the L. A. Trendsetters' latest darling. The result is what she asked for but not what she meant, and, predictably, chaos ensues. In a search for the antidote, she and her friend Clover--who also dosed her husband--find themselves in one predicament after another, one of which lands them in the Beverly Hills city jail. This is meant to be light, but unfortunately Heller's humor and satiric edge are dulled by an unbelievably clueless heroine and preposterous coincidences. Fans of Heller's previous books will seek this out, but it's hard to imagine that others will be impressed. Danise Hoover © American Library Association. ., St. Martin's Press, 2003, Editions du Signe. Hardcover. B001KS81IE Very Good Condition. Has some wear. Five star seller - Buy with confidence! . Very Good., Editions du Signe, Signet, 1979. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. GREAT BOOK! NO SPINE CREASES & MILD SHELF WEAR ON ORANGE COVER. AGING PAGES, NO MARKINGS IN TEXT., Signet, 1979, ROUTLEDGE, 1952-01-01. Hardcover. Acceptable. A good reading copy. Binding is tight and square. Text is clean but has yellowed. Previous owner's name is written on reverse side front cover and is stamped on first front end paper. No dust jacket. Orange colored cloth boards are lightly scuffed and soiled. Careful packaging and fast shipping. We recommend EXPEDITED MAIL for even faster delivery., ROUTLEDGE, 1952-01-01, Chicago, IL: Peoples Book Club, 1949 Orange cloth appx 6"x9" hardcover book. 372 pages. 12 original illustrations. very clean, tight copy, no markings with light wear.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Hamlin, Paul., Peoples Book Club, 1949, London: Chatto and Windus, 1943. Frontispiece portrait. Slight movement to front hinge. Orange cloth with blue printed dustjacket, which has a largeish chip to bottom edge front cover. Name on free fep and some tape to inside flaps of dustjacket. . Reprint. Cloth. Very Good/Fair. 8vo., Chatto and Windus, 1943, UK: Penguin, 1998. 1980. Paperback. 014024882X . Penguin pbk edition; vg; winner of the orange prize ., UK: Penguin, 1998, 1980, London: Penguin, 1960. 1st. ed. thus PBK. No. 1473 Orange/Black cartoon cover. 248pp. Splits foot spine, scuffing. Covers soiled. Reading copy., London: Penguin, 1960, UK: Penguin, 1989. 1989. Paperback. 0140034617 . 1st Penguin edition; paperback; vg+; ., UK: Penguin, 1989, 1989, London: Penguin, 1954. 1st. ed. thus PBK. No. 984 Orange. 249pp. Splits along spine, covers lightly foxed. Reading copy., London: Penguin, 1954, Uk: Heinemann, 1927. Book. Good. Hardcover. orange boards, with some shelf wear and wear to edges and corners, minor wear to spine and minor scuffing, owners name inside front cover, a very good tight clean copy overall. a lovely book giving a very informed introduction to the period and the furniture of the Queen Anne period.., Heinemann, 1927, London: Penguin, 1964. 1st. ed. thus PBK. No. 2072 Orange/Black/Blue cartoon cover. Translated by Angus Davidson. 152pp. Covers lightly soiled , o/w good copy., London: Penguin, 1964, London: Penguin, 1960. 1st. ed. thus PBK. No. 1499 Orange/Black cartoon cover. 110 pp. Good copy., London: Penguin, 1960, London: Penguin, 1961. 1st. ed. thus PBK. No. 1563 Black/Orange cartoon cover. 189pp. Covers slightly creased, and spotting inside. O/w good reading copy., London: Penguin, 1961, London: Penguin, 1956. 1st. ed. thus PBK. No. 1165 Black/Orange cartoon cover. 271 pp. Covers soiled. Small split head/foot spine. O/w good reading copy., London: Penguin, 1956, London: Penguin, 1956. 1st. ed. thus PBK. No. 1165 Orange/Black cartoon cover. 271pp. Spine scuffed, covers lightly soiled, o/w good copy., London: Penguin, 1956, London: Penguin, 1949?. Claims to be 2nd. imp. thus PBK. No. 557 Orange. 251pp. Publishing history verso of TP states first published by Penguin 1947, reprinted 1949, neither of which can be true, as it was actually published January 1950. Scuffing on spine, covers lightly soiled, o/w good reading copy., London: Penguin, 1949?, London: Penguin, 1961. 2nd. imp. thus PBK. No. 1485 Orange pictorial cover. 541 pp. Good copy., London: Penguin, 1961, London: Penguin, 1946. 1st. ed. thus PBK. No. 572 Orange. 240 pp. Small tear FC. Some spotting., London: Penguin, 1946, London: Penguin, 1946. 1st. ed. thus PBK. No. 572 Orange. 240 pp. Front covers creased. O/w good copy., London: Penguin, 1946, London: Penguin, 1946. 1st. ed. thus PBK. No. 572 Orange. 240 pp. Covers lightly soiled. Top corner FC creased. O/w good copy., London: Penguin, 1946, London: Penguin, 1964. 1st. ed. thus PBK. No. 2153 Orange/Black cartoon cover. 271 pp. Page browning. O/w good copy., London: Penguin, 1964, London: Penguin, 1959. 1st. ed. thus PBK. No. 1337 Orange/Black. 138pp. Small splits head spine, scuffing. Some spotting on rear cover. Bookseller's stamp half title. O/w good copy., London: Penguin, 1959, New York U. S. A.: Hyperion. As New 2002. Paperback. Fine 1st mm paperbk Ed; no names, not marked-in, underscored, clearance or discard. Mails from NYC usually within 12 hours. ; 6.6 x 4.2 x 1.4 inches; 416 pages; \n Scarred for life by a brutal father, Joe Trona found a safe haven and a loving childhood in the home of the couple who adopted him. Now he spends his days as a deputy for the Orange County sheriff's department and his nights as a driver and aide to Will Trona, the influential politician who rescued him from the Hillside Children's Home. An expert in firearms and the martial arts, Joe has been backing Will up for a long time. Still, his skill isn't enough to keep Will alive, and when his father is killed right in front of Joe's eyes, the young deputy vows to avenge him. But first he must find out how the kidnapping of a tycoon's daughter, a scam to line the pockets of Will Trona's political enemies, the murder of two Guatemalan immigrants, the unholy activities of a charismatic minister who's a close friend of the Trona family, and the strange alliance of two rival L. A. Gangs are connected to Will's death. Every secret Joe uncovers leads deeper into his beloved father's murky past and ultimately his own. But the reader stays right with this extraordinary man as he battles his demons and ultimately vanquishes them. Author T. Jefferson Parker (The Blue Hour, Red Light, Laguna Heat) is one of the best thriller writers working today. Fans of Michael Connelly and Dennis Lehane--and Raymond Chandler, for that matter--will appreciate Parker's ability to create a complex, fascinating, and fully realized hero whose inner reality is brilliantly revealed by his actions. Will Trona is an equally intriguing invention; while ultimately he is an enigma, we remain convinced that he is worthy of his son's devotion. Silent Joe is a mindful, intelligent novel you can't put down. It should break Parker out with the really big boys of mystery fiction, the million-sellers with the marquee names. In fact, he's a much better writer than most of them, and unlike many, he never tells the same story twice. --Jane Adams From Publishers Weekly arker (Red Light) lowers the volume from his usual roar and adds a subtle backbeat to this bittersweet thriller about a man's anguished search for his father's killer. Joe Trona is a dutiful son, but horrible facial scars have made him an outcast. He lived in an orphanage until he was adopted at five by Will Trona, a powerful politician in Southern California's Orange County. As a hulking teenager and later as a young man, Joe became Will's right-hand man running errands, extracting revenge on enemies, protecting his flank all the while living a lonely life because of his disfigurement. One night, Joe drops his guard for a moment, and Will is gunned down. Despite aggressive investigations by the FBI and sheriff's department, Joe seeks his own vengeance. He starts sifting through his father's life and gradually discovers that Will brokered secret deals, blackmailed enemies, had extramarital affairs and in his final days appeared to be involved in the kidnapping of an 11-year-old girl. Joe's investigation becomes a personal voyage, casting light on the dark corners of his own past and allowing him to start overcoming the crushing indignity that his injury has forced him to endure. Capped by a violent yet poignant finale, the plot is loaded with familiar Parker themes a faithless government, the heavy hand of big business and the corruption of the wealthy. Parker's tone, however, is more pensive this time. He crafts an intricately layered story reaching beyond his usual domain into more personal territory, at times evoking the work of Ross MacDonald. Copyright 2001 Cahners. ., Hyperion, 2002, Scholastic, 1993. 1st Scholastic Printing. Wraps. Good. No dust jacket as issued. Red spine sticker and / or residue.. 1 32 p. Includes illustrations. 8.25x10.5 in. Colorful: dramatic black color choice in silhouette and design; yellows, oranges, reds. Easy reading. This is an original story based on characters from Caribbean and African folktales. Anancy the trickster and rich Mr. Dry-Bone are both in love with Miss Louise. She has agreed to marry the man who can make her laugh., Scholastic, 1993

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