A housewife dreams of murdering her romantic rival only to discover that the woman has inexplicably disappeared. "Even more memorable than the suspense story is the witty and acute comedy." — The New York Times.
the jealous one
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Essays discuss South American myths, pottery folklore, the cosmological symbolism of the sloth, Iroquois creation myths, and the psychological aspects of folklore
Using a unique blend of personal experiences, reflections on human love, and allegorical drama, author Clifford Frazier delves deeply into the mystery of God’s love for His wayward people. Frazier’s captivating story of a jealous lover and his bride portrays the immense love Christ has for us and His ultimate self-sacrifice so that we may be forgiven and live with Him forever. Through this modern-day illustration, you will learn how you can… Have an intimate relationship with God Receive answers to your prayers Experience the power of God Overcome fears and temptations Rest in God’s secure protection Fulfill God’s plans for you Know the presence of the Lord In these fascinating pages, you will come to know Jesus as the great Love of your life. Your relationship with God can start to be much closer right now as you enter into His promised peace and joy.
ONE OF US BY Evelia Cobos, a New Mexico Award Winning Author, is her first work of fiction. ONE OF US is a novel of romance and suspense. Set in San Francisco, CA and Hawaii, Evelia Cobos speeds us aloft in an exciting journey. As in virtual reality, the story reveals the wedded lovers, Salim and Ana, who, like Romeo and Juliet, are fated lovers. Ana, an American educator, will never be accepted by Salims traditional East Indian family. We learn in this fascinating mystery that Salim married Ana exactly for that reason. He did not wish for her acceptance. A THRILLER, WE ARE GLUED TO THE STORY AS WE WONDER IF THE QUEST Salim demands of Ana will result in the ECSTASY of consummated love; or whether, as in Romeo and Juliet, the lovers are doomed.
This novel is an exciting book to read and the genre is between a thriller and a mystery, because of all the twists and turns that this story takes you through. The story talks about everyday life and what really goes on in our lives. It touched upon all aspects of life and the ups and downs and the heart aches of life, death and deceptions. My husband Victor believed in me enough that he gave me this title and encouraged me to write this book. He said, “Write a novel surrounding this title, The Jealous Bridesmaid.” At first I laughed and I thought to myself that he was crazy, because I didn’t know the first thing about writing a book. I eventually sat down at my computer and started typing and to my surprise, I wrote this novel. The Jealous Bridesmaid is based upon two best friends Rozelle Grant and Rachel Smith. Rozelle was the bad girl with good looks and lots of drama in her life and Rachel was the strong silence type; she was a spiritual woman but very bossy. The girls grow up together in a small rural town in Georgia. Rozelle Grant was a very pretty and a perky young lady with lots of problems with multi personalities, because she was envious of every body, especially Rachel. Rozelle tried to destroy Rachel’s relationship with her fiancée Raymond. Rozelle would use whatever means possible to get what she wanted, even if she had to kill to get it. Rachel Smith came from a large family that lived on a farm. After high school, she went to college on a four year basketball scholarship to Georgia University. After college she move back to Parkerville and got a job working at a Tire Plant, where she was a supervisor. Her fiancée Raymond also worked there, as a supervisor but in another department. Rachel was the rock and the support system for her large family and everybody depended on her. After dating Raymond for two years, they finally got engaged and were planning to wed, but Rozelle would try to do everything possible to destroy that relationship and to make sure that the wedding never took place. My first novel is based in a country setting, a rural town in the south of Georgia. This novel touched upon real life scenarios, such as funerals, drowning, deaths, wedding, and births. It also touches upon every aspect of life and the imagination as well. Christianity, relationships, breakups, make ups, heart aches, homosexually, bullying, voodoo rituals and lots more. There are situations about obesity, hypertension, high risk pregnancy and the outcome of what happen when it is not treated. Some parts of this story makes you laugh, cry and think about life as a whole. I compiled a lot of different situations together to come up with a great book. Readers will definitely be intrigued with my novel and cannot wait to find out what happens next.
and the one in the middle which judges as he enjoys and enjoys as he judges. This latter kind really reproduces the work of art anew. The division of our Symposium into three sections is justified by the fact that phenomenology, from Husserl, Heidegger, Moritz Geiger, Ingarden, in Germany and Poland, Merleau-Ponty, Paul Ricoeur, E. Levinas in France, Unamuno in Spain, and Tymieniecka, in the United States, have revealed striking coincidences in trying to answer the following questions: What is the philosophical vocation of literature? Does literature have any significance for our lives? Why does the lyric moment, present in all creative endeavors, in myth, dance, plastic art, ritual, poetry, lift the human life to a higher and authentically human level of the existential experience of man? Our investigations answer our fundamental inquiry: What makes a literary work a work of art? What makes a literary work a literary work, if not aesthetic enjoyment? As much as the formation of an aesthetic language culminates in artistic creation, the formation of a philosophical language lives within the orbit of creative imagination.
In this 365-day devotional, children will get to know God better day by day. The devotional specifically target girls separately in order to make the content more gender relevant. Girls will learn that by applying simple instructions from the Word, like obedience, praying and sharing, God will become more real to them as they begin to walk in His ways. Each devotion ends with a “ChallengePoint” that requires an action, as well as something to think about all day long. 365 DAYS TO KNOWING GOD will encourage girls to live for God and to know Him better with each passing day.