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by Craig Robertson Brown

  • ISBN: 1846853990
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Craig Robertson Brown
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Exposure Publishing (October 2, 2006)
  • Pages: 204
  • ePub book: 1329 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1323 kb
  • Other: lrf doc lrf txt
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 657


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Craig Robertson may refer to: Craig Robertson (footballer) (born 1963), Scottish former football player and coach. Craig Robertson (American football) (born 1988), American football linebacker. Craig Robertson (badminton) for Scottish National Badminton Championships. Craig Robertson (footballer born 1991) from 2012–13 Berwick Rangers . Craig Robertson (rugby union) from 2012–13 British and Irish Cup. Craig Robinson (disambiguation).

During his 20-year career with a Scottish Sunday newspaper, Craig Robertson has interviewed three recent Prime Ministers; attended major stories including 9/11, Dunblane, the Omagh bombing and the disappearance of Madeleine McCann; been pilloried on breakfast television, beaten Oprah Winfrey to a major scoop, been among the first to interview Susan Boyle, spent time on Death Row in the USA and.

Craig Robertson (American football). Craig Robertson (born February 11, 1988) is an American football linebacker for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League (NFL) He was signed by the Cleveland Browns as an undrafted free agent in 2011. Robertson played college football at North Texas.

Unashamedly, this is a love story. What unravels here, though, is not love as a pure, immaculate emotion, but love as a weakness, an aberration and, ultimately, a tragedy. Sometimes love is about pain and despair and living a lie. Sometimes it is too much for ordinary people to control. People like Gavin Lake, for instance. Gavin is twenty-seven. He lives with his widowed mother. She is well provided for, and Gavin wants for little - except perhaps another woman in his life, someone to care for him and be loved in return; someone other than Carolyn Vickers, his personal assistant at city broker Hain Maybury. "I think you're going soft, mama's boy," Carolyn tells him. Gavin recoils from her accusation, not because it offends him, but because he knows she has the measure of him. At a company party, he befriends a woman from Marketing, the coolly enigmatic Vivienne Drexler. Vivienne is thirty-nine. She is going through the motions in a loveless marriage, supported emotionally by her two teenaged children, Lizzie and James, and her sister Maria. Attracted by Vivienne's charismatic vulnerability, Gavin finds himself falling in love with her, and when her husband dies suddenly, the scene is set for an affair, with Lizzie and Maria watching from a not always discreet distance. Lizzie flatters him with her gauche pride - and Gavin, excited by her attentions, loses his focus, until an unworldly man falls headlong into a trap of divided loyalties and illicit passion. Even after his marriage to Vivienne, he cannot find a way out of this emotional maze. The trouble is, perhaps he doesn't want to. Instead, he risks everything for a hopeless vision of happiness. But this is a game where no-one wins, and so to a story of destructive passions and the waywardness of ordinary human emotions, there can be no neatly-packaged happy ending. If Gavin Lake is a modern man, the frailties undermining his quest for peace and love are age-old and eternal. They, more surely than his innate goodness or his faltering resolve, are the elements that destroy.