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HOW WELL CAN A MOTHER EVER REALLY KNOW HER CHILD? Julian and Annie have only just announced their forthcoming marriage when Annie’s twelve-year-old son, Dan, fails to come home from school. Despite an extensive police investigation, the days turn into weeks and it is as if Dan has vanished into thin air. Over the next three years Annie refuses to give up hope that somewhere her son is alive and will one day return home. Julian, meanwhile, can’t help but yearn for Annie to put the past behind her and move on. Then, out of the blue, a call brings shocking news of Dan’s fate. And far from being over, it seems the mystery of his disappearance is only just beginning. In spare, searing prose, Deceptions addresses our simultaneous need for—and wariness of—human connection and the extremes that we are driven to by these competing impulses. Marking British literary star Rebecca Frayn’s arrival in the United States, this is fiction at its riveting best.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-07-11 - Publisher: Trumpet Call
There are many deceptions in this world. Several deceptions are harder to identify and many good Christians are easily deceived. Devil’s Deceptions is a collection of 11 articles of various deceptions that every true Christian must know and guard against in these last days. Each deception is organized into an
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-07-31 - Publisher: Oxford University Press
Real Deceptions develops a new theory of realism through close consideration of myriad contemporary art, media, and cultural practices. Rather than focusing on transgressing deceptions which distort reality, the book argues that reality lies within the deceptions themselves. That is to say, realism's political potential emerges not by revealing deception
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-09-02 - Publisher: University of Virginia Press
The art of the early republic abounds in representations of deception: the villains of Gothic novels deceive their victims with visual and acoustic tricks; the ordinary citizens of picaresque novels are hoodwinked by quacks and illiterate but shrewd adventurers; and innocent sentimental heroines fall for their seducers' eloquently voiced half-truths
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-03-31 - Publisher: Lulu.com
When a young man picks up a seemingly worthless piece of paper off the ground his life is turned upside down. He soon realizes that he has found a winning lottery ticket belonging to a crime boss in Japan who will stop at nothing to get it back.