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Erscheinungsdatum: 28.06.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Exchange of Gifts in Hospice, Titelzusatz: Memories of a Hospice Chaplain, Autor: Labinski, Catherine, Verlag: Orange Hat Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS // Death // Grief // Bereavement, Rubrik: Ratgeber Lebensführung allgemein, Seiten: 236, Informationen: 423:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Matte Lam, Gewicht: 347 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
A whisker away from death... A summer in England sounds like a great idea for the Harper family - and the house exchange makes it so affordable. Now they've swapped their New England home for a lovely cottage in a village near London. Why, the house even comes with a cat, a shy marmalade named Esmond. Everything seems purrfect...until someone tries to kill Mr. Harper. Now the genteel village feels sinister, the snooty next-door neighbor is acting suspicious, and the house is filled with its real owner's secrets. Numerous attempts on Mr. Harper's life convince his wife that they can't pussyfoot around. They need to investigate, starting with what the mousy orange cat knows. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Saskia Maarleveld. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/008682/bk_blak_008682_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Lark Wainright, 23, has nightmares. She used to be fearless. But while overseas for her nonprofit employer, she was kidnapped and held at gunpoint in a dusty shack. Everyone has an opinion about what might have happened to her there, but she's not saying much. She's too consumed by guilt to talk about it. When her best friend offers her a stay at the Shipley orchard in exchange for help at the farmers' markets, Lark jumps into her little car and heads to Vermont. Unfortunately, the night terrors don't stop. Desperate to keep her fragile state a secret from those who know her best, she relies on the most soft-spoken resident of Orange County, Vermont, to calm her down when her dreams prove too much. Zachariah, 23, is a survivor of a different kind. It's been three years since he was tossed aside by the polygamist cult out west, the only home he'd ever known. In Vermont, he's found a peaceful place in the bunkhouse at the Shipley's farm. He's good with animals, and he's good with his hands. But getting thrown away by your own people at 19 leaves a mark on a guy. And he doesn't always know what to make of a world where apps and movie quotes are the primary means of communication. Before hitchhiking to Vermont, he'd never watched television. He'd never spoken on the phone. Actually, there are still a lot of things he's never done. Zach and Lark slowly grow to trust one another. One night they become even closer than they'd planned. But Lark may still be too broken to trust anyone. When she shoves Zach away, he will have to prove to himself that he's good for more than farm labor. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Erin Spencer, Teddy Hamilton. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/009576/bk_blak_009576_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
You are not the first, and you are definitely not the last. . . .And probably you are not the best. It's never a good idea to take messages scrawled in bar bathrooms personally. Eva Lockart knows this, really she does. Still, such things tend to take on a weird sort of significance when one is in the throes of a panic attack prompted by irrational jealousy of one's boyfriend's ex-wife. Something that's been happening lately--a lot. . . Not that Eva has anything to worry about, really. 'X' (she has a name, but why dwell on details?) is long gone, and Will loves Eva now--loves her enough, in fact, to want to move in and get married. So, she's got a guy she's crazy about, a thriving business, and 'fun' wedding plans to make, including finding an affordable reception site that doesn't have dead animal heads hanging from the walls, a non-poofy dress that adequately corrals her cleavage;and a cake that isn't orange inside. Still, what's a little stress in exchange for wedded bliss? When Eva thinks of all the married people she knows, she's positive that this may turn out to be the biggest mistake of her life because all those 'married people' are now either acrimoniously divorced, or seemingly on the brink. But once the bridal ball is rolling downhill, it's damn near impossible to stop it without getting crushed. And now, the fact that Will's done this once before has Eva running that much faster to make things perfect--and getting herself into more trouble than she ever dreamed possible. . . Theresa Alan is the author of The Dangers of Mistletoe, Girls Who Gossip, Who You Know, Spur of the Moment, and The Girls' Global Guide to Guys. She lives in Denver, Colorado, and is working on her next novel.
A natural remedy for monotonous meals. In ancient times herbs were thought to heal and perform other wonders. While their magic powers may be just folklore, herbs do provide health benefits like regulating blood sugar and appetite and raising levels of ' good' (HDL) cholesterol. But the real magic of herbs lies in the distinctive flavors they add to foods. They transform low-fat, low-salt meals from, dull to delicious. Magic Herbs is a collection of over 200 recipes that make it easy to spic up your diet, using more than 50 types of herbs in savory dishes that are naturally low-fat and fat-free. Mouthwatering creations include: Arugula and Turkey Stuffed MushroomsDill Weed and Thyme Whole Wheat Herb BreadGrilled Porterhouse Steaks and Basil TomatoesBay Leaf and Cayenne Shrimp CreoleNutmeg Orange Marinated ChickenEasy Chive and Garlic Twice-Baked PotatoesCinnamon Pumpkin TorteBergamot Strawberry Iced TeaEach easy-to-make recipe provides preparation time and complete nutrition analysis and exchange information. This unique book also features a ' dictionary' of herbs, tips on growing and drying your own, and suggestions for using herbs in decorating and gift-giving.
A rare opportunity to go one-on-one with an industry giant and one of today's most respected financial thinkers, Merton Miller on Derivatives is a refreshingly accessible overview of derivatives, the revolution they have wrought, and the disasters they've supposedly caused. Though routinely assailed by regulators and the media, derivatives are hailed by a celebrated group of practitioners, analysts, and theorists, led most notably by Nobel laureate Merton Miller. Miller is legendary for repeatedly demonstrating-often with humor and always with grace-the value of derivatives in price discovery, managing financial risk, and tailoring a risk-return profile. Here, in this collection of his recent essays, Miller expounds on a number of critical derivatives issues. Is it a problem that some organizations have lost substantial sums on derivatives? Miller's short answer: Some organizations will always find ways to lose money. Nor does he believe that more government regulation is the answer. He notes, for example, that for all the horror stories about derivatives, the world's banks have lost vastly more in bad real estate deals than they'll ever lose on their derivatives portfolios. Merton Miller on Derivatives offers twenty-two provocative chapters. A sampling: 'The Recent Derivatives 'Disasters': Assessing the Damage' takes a close look at such debacles as Procter & Gamble, Orange County, and Barings Bank. 'Financial Regulation: The Inside Game' uses an apt sports analogy to show how the derivatives regulatory game is really played, as opposed to the way outsiders imagine it is played. 'Japanese-American Trade Relations: Can Rambo Beat Godzilla?' succinctly sums up the nature of Japanese-American trade. And 'Risk and Return on Futures Contracts: A Chicago View' highlights the pivotal role derivatives play in hedging risk. There are also penetrating pieces on corporate governance that compare the system existing in the United States and England with the one existing in Germany and Japan. To complete the collection, a section called 'Questions I'm Often Asked' features Miller's unique perspective on a wide range of topics, from what's ahead for China to what we've learned from the Crash of 1987. Contrary to widely held perceptions, the so-called 'derivatives revolution' has made the world safer, not more dangerous. This explains the phenomenal growth of financial futures. As Miller shows, derivatives enable organizations to deal effectively with risks that have plagued them for decades, even centuries. Praise for merton miller on derivatives 'Miller is one of the clearest thinkers of our time. Once again, he provides a simple, insightful, and witty analysis of an important and complex topic. This book is truly fun to read.' -Kenneth R. French Beinecke Professor of Management Studies and Finance Yale University School of Management. 'Some of us trade markets; others of us observe markets; Merton Miller understands markets. As this volume demonstrates, Professor Miller is unsurpassed at cutting through fluff, misinterpretation, and even obfuscation to get to the heart of highly charged issues.' -Charles W. Smithson Managing Director, CIBC Wood Gundy. 'Vintage Merton Miller: zesty writing and forcefully communicated ideas, not only on derivatives, but on a wide range of topics in financial markets. This is no ponderous academic tome, but rather a series of entertaining, yet devastatingly analytical essays on controversial issues in finance. Great reading and great analysis.' -Hans R. Stoll Walker Professor of Finance and Director of the Financial Markets Research Center, Vanderbilt University. 'I am grateful to Merton Miller for setting the record straight, once again, regarding derivatives. With his customary brilliance, Merton cuts through the fog of misunderstanding and nonsense that too often surrounds derivatives and reveals them for what they truly are: phenomenally successful and essential risk management tools.' -Jack Sandner Chairman, Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
Two girls whose lives couldn't be more different are brought together as pen pals in this riveting and haunting novel that's perfect for fans of Orange is the New Black and those interested in unpacking the reality of life behind bars. Mandy and Tracey have never met, but they know everything about each other. Connected through a pen-pal ad, they exchange frequent letters, writing about boyfriends, siblings, music, and friends. They trade stories about school and home. They confide their worries and hopes. It almost makes it easier, and more special, that they've never met-they can say whatever they want in the safety of their private world of letters. But that private world may not be as safe as it seems. Can Mandy trust Tracey to be who she says she is? What secrets hide between the lines of their letters? 'A powerful book. . . . It will draw its readers in completely.' - School Library Journal , Starred 'The heart-wrenching conclusion will exert its power long after this book is read.'- Publishers Weekly, Starred 'Proof that originality need not be reserved for adults.'- Kirkus Reviews 'The ending will shock you and . . . 'strangle your heart'.' - The Guardian