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Remember When is set in Houston, where I lived at the time. Houstonians loved it; I hope you will, too. Warmly, Judith McNaught. New York Times bestselling author. My goal with this book was to portray Houston’s unique version of high society, along with some of the likeable (and not so likeable) Texans who inhabit it. is one of the finest writers of popular fiction -with more than 30 million copies of her books in print! Be sure to read. Someone to watch over me.
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The Remembered Gate should be required reading for all Alabamians. This book serves up so much more than the standard blue plate menu, the usual fare. What struck me about the collection was its truth and its abiding sense of home, with all the rough spots and cow piles and Bible-belt sternness.
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Judith Maro took part in the campaign to establish the state of Israel, fighting with Haganah against .
Judith Maro took part in the campaign to establish the state of Israel, fighting with Haganah against both Arabs and the British in what was then Palestine. Assuming the pen-name Judith Maro, and having followed her husband into the Church of Rome, she described her early years in a volume of autobiography, Atgofion Haganah (Haganah Memories, 1972) and drew on her experiences in a novel, Y Porth nid â'n Angof (1974), which later appeared as The Remembered Gate.
In The Remembered Gate, nationally prominent fiction writers, essayists, and poets recall how their formative years in Alabama shaped them as people and as writers
In The Remembered Gate, nationally prominent fiction writers, essayists, and poets recall how their formative years in Alabama shaped them as people and as writers. The essays range in tone from the pained and sorrowful to the wistful and playful, in class from the privileged to the poverty-stricken, in geography from the rural to the urban, and in time from the first years of the 20th century to the height of the Civil Rights era and beyond.
Remember Me is a book series written by Christopher Pike, a best-selling author of young adult novels. The series centers around what a recent high school graduate, Shari Cooper, does after dying, having been murdered at a friend's party. Remember Me is a New York Times national bestseller. Shari Cooper had almost graduated from Hazzard High. Jo, Shari's best friend, is into the paranormal.
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