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Usually a writer of metaphysically oriented literature, this is Barbara Hand Chow's successful debut as a novelist and showcases her exceptional skills and abilities at deftly crafted fiction.

"Revelations of the Ruby Crystal" is very highly recommended for community library General Fiction collections. Critique: A thoroughly absorbing read from beginning to end, "The Silver Locket" is unfailingly entertaining and a deftly constructed novel that showcases the rather impressive storytelling talents of its author, Sophia Bar-Lev.

The Hard to Catch Mercy William Baldwin University of South Carolina Press 718 Devine Street, Columbia, SC 29208 edu/uscpress 9781611175219, .95, 360pp, This newly published paperback edition of William Baldwin's novel "The Hard to Catch Mercy", originally published in 1993 and winner of the Lillian Smith Award makes his extraordinary novel available to a whole new generation of appreciative readers.

Including a new introduction by the author, "The Hard to Catch Mercy" is a story involving issues of religion, race, and coming-of-age in the post-Civil War South, when the lines between these issues were not always clear.

Wilkens retained both artistic and business control over her label in an era when most American ready-to-wear designers were anonymous employees of manufacturers.

Wilkens parleyed her relative youth into a big-sister image which, like her dresses themselves, allowed her to mediate between the concerns of her teenage clients and their parents.

Within the space of a few years, Wilkens skyrocketed from obscurity to national recognition, yet even today many fashion insiders would not recognize her name.

The Silver Locket Sophia Bar-Lev Create Space 4900 La Cross Rd., North Charleston, SC 29406 .95, 272pp, War was raging in Europe and the Pacific, but in a small town in New England, two young women were waging their own personal battles. The Romantic Ballet in England Ivor Guest Dance Books c/o Princeton Book Company 614 Route 130, Highstown, NJ 08520 .00, 204pp, In the development of ballet the Romantic period was a golden age which has passed into theatrical legend and has provided many an inspiration for later generations of choreographers and dancers.Thrown together by sheer happenstance, their lives will be entwined for decades to come. Of the many centers of ballet activity in those fruitful years, London made a contribution of exceptional importance.And a baby girl will grow up, the product of a secret that must not be told -- ever! At Her Majesty's Theatre during the 1840s, the greatest choreographic genius of his day, Jules Perrot, produced an incredible series of masterpieces in which the brightest stars of an unprecedented galaxy of ballerinas were featured, not only individually but (and here London was to be unique) dancing alongside one another.c/o Wipf & Stock Publishers 5369 Camden Avenue #260, San Jose, CA 95124 .00, 172pp, "Why, God?

: Suffering Through Cancer into Faith" is the true story of a nineteen-year-old chemistry major at Rhodes College who is selected to spend the summer after her freshman year doing research at St. Instead, she finds herself a patient there, fighting a life-threatening form of pediatric cancer and suffering through a year of aggressive chemotherapy and surgery.

In "The Romantic Ballet in England" he draws from his years of research and expertise to provide a critically important contribution to our understanding of the history of ballet in general, and the contributions to ballet from and by the British.



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