3 edition of Down a River (Amazing Journeys) found in the catalog.
Down a River (Amazing Journeys)
September 30, 2007
by Heinemann Library
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Down River puts readers in the mind of topics explored by Thomas Wolfe, Tennessee Williams and William Faulkner, with a contemporary vision and edge that is memorable and haunting. Hart is a deep and strong talent whose future offerings will be greatly anticipated and welcomed.”/5().
Down by the River is the true narrative of how a murder led one American family into this world and how it all but destroyed them. It is the story of how one Mexican drug leader outfought and outthought the U.S. government, of how major financial institutions were fattened on the drug industry, and how the governments of the U.S.
and Mexico buried everything that happened.4/4(48). Downriver is a adventure book about eight teenagers that are sent away to a Juvenile summer camp for misbehaved kids. The main character Jessie is going through a rough patch in her life and is sent to this camp along with seven other kids/5.
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Down River book. Read 72 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Attending a corporate retreat at a remote resort in Alaska, Lisa Vaughn /5.
Down River is the second book I have read by John Hart. What a storyteller he is. Set in Rowan County, North Carolina, Adam Chase returns home after living in New York for five years.
Acquitted of a murder charge prior to leaving, and abandoned by his family, he finds the county and his family still unforgiving upon his return.4/5. Book Wizard; Downriver. By Will Hobbs. Grades. Genre. Fiction. Fifteen-year-old Jessie joins a group of troubled teenagers in an outdoor education program called Discovery Unlimited.
When the group recklessly decides to stage its own whitewater rafting trip, Jessie learns more than she expected about her own abilitie. Down River puts readers in the mind of topics explored by Thomas Wolfe, Tennessee Williams and William Faulkner, with a contemporary vision and edge that is memorable and haunting.
Hart is a deep and strong talent whose future offerings will be greatly anticipated and welcomed.”Brand: St. Martin''s Publishing Group. However, he may have surpassed himself in Down River, a novel which I found impossible to put down and which carried the sins of the past into the crimes of the present and the pain of the future with a human, personal touch that was endlessly gripping.5/5(5).
Mosley (Charcoal Joe,etc.) begins what looks to be a new series with a protagonist whose territory covers New York City’s outer boroughs—and, yes, that means Staten Island, King Oliver was an ace investigator with the NYPD until his roving eye helped him get framed for sexual assault. “Trouble ambushed me with my pants down and my nose open,” as he explains to an.
In spite of some repetitive self-reflection on Adam's part, Down River is a book that warrants reading at least once and perhaps once again for the skillful plot and. Down By the River A book about fishing, family, and fun.
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Due to the generally early retirement opportunities within most public law enforcement departments, many police officers can retire as much as twenty years.The story itself resembles a trip down a river — some parts are peaceful and allow for quiet introspection and big, deep breaths.
But then you hit the rapids and the danger and risk jump off the.