Shades of Red

Author: Doris Mortman
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780312275587
Format: PDF
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When her cosmetics empire is sabotaged by a killer who is poisoning customers, Vera Hart, estranged from her Gulf War doctor daughter, Martie, seeks a reconciliation with her daughter in spite of Martie's jealous sister, Greta. 50,000 first printing.

A Shade of Red

Author: Alyson Fox
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811878128
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Photographer Alyson Fox approached 125 women, most of whom had never before had their portrait taken, and asked them to pose for her with one condition: each must wear Revlon's Certainly Red lipstick. The resulting photographs lovingly capture each woman's individual beauty and passion. At once a thought-provoking examination of female identity and a visual pleasure, A Shade of Red explores how women sometimes reveal their true selves by putting a face on for the camera.

Shades of Red

Author: K. C. Dyer
Publisher: Dundurn
ISBN: 9781550025453
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In the trilogys final book, Darrells quest to right a wrong takes her to England during the reign of Henry VIII, where she becomes a confidante of the ill-fated Anne Boleyn.

Fifty Shades of Red

Author: Martin Avery
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 9781304418982
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Fifty Shades Of Red is NOT 50 shades of grey or anything like it but was inspired by that book and many other things!

A Paler Shade of Red

Author: W. E. Gutman
Publisher: CCB Publishing
ISBN: 1927360978
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An epic work of remarkable scope, vigor and passion, W. E. Gutman's latest book is acerbic, iconoclastic and disquieting. In this memoir, he chronicles his life with eloquent, engaging prose that will resonate with readers long after they turn the last page. The palpable sense of wonder and discovery peppered with dark humor and great humanity, is reminiscent of Nabokov's "Speak Memory" and Proust's "Remembrance of Things Past." This honest, often self-critical account of the author's ups and downs as a wanderer and journalist makes "A Paler Shade of Red" great literature. About the Author Born in Paris, W. E. Gutman is a veteran journalist and author. A former writer at "OMNI" magazine and U.S. editor of "Science in the USSR," he covered politics and human rights in Central America from 1994 to 2006. He lives with his wife in southern California.

Many Shades of Red

Author: Mieke Meurs
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0847690393
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This volume provides a radical and timely corrective to received wisdom about the seemingly inevitable transition from communism to capitalism. Arguing against popular misconceptions that portray collectivized agriculture as an unqualified failure, the contributors draw upon newly available local sources to illuminate its costs, benefits, successes, and failures. They highlight the wide variety of state policies, local responses, and economic outcomes, as well as the influence of local geography, political structures, and economic institutions. With its institutionalist analysis of both the causes and impacts of policy differences, this study provides lessons of continuing relevance to the many countries grappling with agrarian reform.

80 Shades of Red

Author: Irene Coatta
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781717023131
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80 shades of Red ...tells of the many shades of the impetuous and driven artist/woman who always looks at life and her surroundings as colorful as the many paintings she has created and continues to create. Enjoy her first published novel, The Six Months Proposal, available in print on Amazon.com and in formats for all eBook readers and find out about the multitude of artistic endeavors, achievements and passions of the versatile artist/writer.

Many Shades of Red

Author: Don Orth
Publisher:
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Many Shades of Red is the seventh book in a collection of books by Don Orth, containing stories about people from Renville County, Minnesota (mostly).

Shades of Red

Author: kc dyer
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781525252198
Format: PDF
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After the success of Seeds of Time and Secret of Light, kc dyer returns with Shades of Red, the final instalment in the Eagle Glen Trilogy. Darrell is back in the twenty-first century and back at Eagle Glen school. But her last trip through time was disastrous: her arch-enemy, Conrad Kennedy, slipped through with Darrell and her friends ... and apparently met his demise. But when the gang travels to the time of the Spanish Inquisition, Darrell discovers that Conrad may have survived. Her quest to right a wrong takes her to England during the reign of Henry VIII, where she becomes a confidant of the ill-fated Anne Boleyn. With lives in peril, the story dramatically concludes at the Tower of London.