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Running Home A Quest for Answers by Tonya Jean McGue

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Published by AuthorHouse .
Written in English

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  • Novelty

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The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages240
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11873391M
ISBN 101425940692
ISBN 109781425940690

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Running Home is a book that has been missing from my shelf for many years. A new release from author Julie Hutchings, it is an urban fantasy novel full of addictive charm, engaging, self-aware characters, and a well-researched, powerhouse plot.4/5. Running Home, by Barbara Ellen Brink is Book 1 of her Second Chances Series. I loved the plot and all the possibilities. I liked some of her plot twists. But, this book was extremely predictable from the start, soft on research, and too sappily romantic for my taste/5().   Running Home is a memoir about the stories we tell ourselves to make sense of our world—the stories that hold us back, and the ones that set us free. Mesmerizing, transcendent, and deeply exhilarating, it is a book for anyone who has been knocked over by life, or feels the pull of something bigger and wilder within : Random House Publishing Group. Running Home is book one in the Second Chances series by Barbara Ellen Brink. When Ivy's husband disappears with his lastest girlfriend and their money, Ivy decided to pack up and return home with her children. Unbeknown to Ivy, her husband, took something from his employer, and they want back.4/5.

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  RUNNING HOME A Memoir By Katie Arnold Memoir, as a form, seems often to annoy critics. The memoir is like your backhand, or a s Fiat — there’s always something wrong with : Claire Dederer. Train smart, eat well, & enjoy the run! — P. Mark Taylor that would be the shortest and yet best running book I could recommend. We know that the overall concept of a good training cycle is simple, but that doesn’t meant easy and it doesn’t mean there aren’t a lot of little pieces we need to know too! RUNNING HOME is the first book in the dangerously passionate and deeply romantic Vampires of Fate series where not all monsters are evil, and love comes with a bite. Get your copy of RUNNING HOME today and delve into the new and seductive paranormal romance series everyone is talking about/5(69).   When her strict Moslem uncle finds her Bible, Miriam Nadif is locked in her room to await punishment. But she escapes and runs to her former best friend, Jerry Ernst, in Hubbards, Nova Scotia, who she hasn't contacted in six years. Will the spark between them still exist? Will her /5(48).