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Published by St. Martin"s Minotaur in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Strong, Lydia (Fictitious character) -- Fiction,
  • Suicide victims -- Family relationships -- Fiction,
  • Brothers and sisters -- Fiction,
  • Women journalists -- Fiction,
  • Missing persons -- Fiction,
  • Detective and mystery stories

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementLisa Miscione.
GenreFiction
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23274497M
ISBN 100312341857
LC Control Number2005049405
OCLC/WorldCa60414550

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Mar 27,  · This book is a sequeal to Burned. Burned wasn't my favorite of Ms. Hopkins book. Not because it wasn't well written but because the story was for me unrelateable. (Keep in mind I am an adult female and these books are written for teens and young adults.) My expectations for Smoke were not high. I was blown away/5(). The book is an alternate history of Victorian England where sin is marked in a person by Smoke that pours out of their skin. The rich rule in absolute authority because they be clean and seemingly free of Smoke/5. Oct 22,  · “Smoke is an engaging and readable novel for those who enjoy suspenseful women’s fiction.” —Authorlink “In Smoke, Catherine McKenzie nimbly delivers believably flawed characters, a plot layered with broken trust, suspense, secrets, and spot-on pacing.4/4(). I am a huge fan of Catherine McKenzie and was so excited when the publisher gifted me this book on Netgalley. “Smoke. Everything about it had always meant being away to her, so now that she was safe at home, it was a smell that didn't track.” This was the opening sentence to Catherine McKenzie’s latest book, Smoke, and it completely /5.

Jan 01,  · But while her new book, Smoke and Summons, offers the same rich world building, unforgettable characters, unique magic, and surprising plot twists, it also tells a story that’s distinctly grittier in its setting, darker in tone, and more adventurous in its twists and turns. Eighteen-year-old Sandis rarely sees the sun/5(). Sep 21,  · SMOKE SCREEN, an action novel by Sandra Brown. Jay Burgess, a year Charleston, SC, veteran detective who has terminal cancer asks his friend and broadcast journalist, Britt Shelley, to meet him for an after work drink at the Wheelhouse Bar. He tells Britt that he has a bombshell story he wants to discuss with her/5(). Often, smoke issuing from a building is the only clue available to predict fire behavior and the likelihood of a flashover or rapid fire spread. First-arriving officers must read smoke before choosing attack tactical priorities. Incident Commanders and Safety Officers must know how to rapidly read smoke . Sep 15,  · This book, Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: And Other Lessons from the Crematory is difficult to characterize. It's part memoir and part history of death customs; but it is also an advocacy for a much needed change in the way our society views death, the deceased and our own mortality/5.

"Smoke is an addictive combination of thriller, fantasy, and historical novel, with a dash of horror. It's chilling and complex and amazingly imaginative." It's chilling and complex and amazingly imaginative.". Smoke By Ellen Hopkins About the Book Blamed for her abusive father’s death and haunted by the loss of her boyfriend and their unborn child, Pattyn Von Stratten is on the run. Aboard a bus destined for California, she makes friends with Adriana, a young girl whose family helps her find work as a housekeeper for the Jorgensens, a wealthy ranch Book Edition: Reprint. Dec 23,  · SMOKE is the sequel to Burned, a book about an abusive man's toll on his Mormon family. The story here picks up after he's been shot dead, and Pattyn, his oldest daughter -- who walked in on him beating her sister after she was raped -- is on the run as the primary suspect.3/5. Jun 30,  · Since the book cart of smoky books was filling our work area with the unpleasant, stale odor of lingering cigarette smoke, we moved them under the fume hood while we decided on a more aggressive course of action. The fume hood gets regular use, so leaving the books there for several weeks would not be a desirable option.