4 edition of Tales of the Cross River found in the catalog.
Tales of the Cross River
|Series||Macmillan controlled readers from Africa|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||43|
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The information in Eddie Lucas' book "Tales from the River" was so well thought-out and so well told I thought I was hearing it firsthand.
To hear of life along the St. John's River in the early part of the 20th Century was so interesting. It made me feel like I was right 5/5(12). THOSE ACROSS THE RIVER is the first book I have read by author Christopher Buehlman. The year isand veteran Frank Nichols and his "wife", Eudora, move to the small Georgia town of Witbrow.
The year isand veteran Frank Nichols and his "wife", Eudora, move to /5. Part love story, part commentary on the evils of slavery and war, and part horror story with the revelation of an ancient evil that underlies the book, "Those Across The Tales of the Cross River book was an uneven read that ultimately fell flat for me.
The writing itself was excellent, and I really liked the first half of the book/5(). Jude Okwe, on a special investigation of projects implementation by the Cross River State Government, reports that amid the daunting challenges of funding, the state has seen remarkable development.
I'll Cross the River book. Read 57 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Lay still pretend you are dead, Young Soon told her trembling 4/5.
The World Doesn’t Require You feels like a collection about people to whom God said no. In the fictional town of Cross River, Maryland—founded after a slave revolt and where Scott’s first collection, Insurrections, was also set—among the forsaken is a driver for a group of criminals; a public speaker who uses his proclamations of a War on Rape to seduce women; and in the rip-roaring.
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