Nightmare

Author: Joan Lowery Nixon
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 0307433587
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Nightmare from the Author: Joan Lowery Nixon. For fans of Gillian Flynn, Caroline Cooney, and R.L. Stine comes Nightmare from four-time Edgar Allen Poe Young Adult Mystery Award winner Joan Lowery Nixon. Emily has never fit in with her overachieving family. Instead of getting straight As, she sits in the back row and hides behind her hair. As a result, her parents have enrolled her for the summer at Camp Excel, an academic camp for underachievers. Emily doesn’t want to go, and not just because she thinks it isn’t necessary. Since she was a child, she’s been plagued by a recurring nightmare. And something about this camp feels familiar. Has she been there before? Why can’t she remember? With the help of two new friends, Emily discovers that her nightmare is not just in her head. Someone at Camp Excel has a secret and will do anything—even kill—to keep Emily from uncovering the truth. “A taut, well-constructed mystery.” –Kirkus Reviews “Readers will once again fall under Nixon’s spell as they enjoy this page-turner.” –School Library Journal “[An] inimitable blend of horror and whodunit.” –Booklist “[Nightmare has] taut suspenseful passages…[and] clever false leads.” –Publishers Weekly

Nightmare

Author: Dina Khapaeva
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004222758
Size: 75.21 MB
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Nightmare from the Author: Dina Khapaeva. An analysis of the novels of Maturin, Gogol, Dostoevsky, Mann, Lovecraft and Pelevin through the prism of their interest in investigating the nature of the nightmare reveals the unstudied features of the nightmare as a mental state and traces the mosaic of coincidences leading from literary experiments to today’s culture of nightmare consumption.

Nightmare

Author: Sandra Shulman
Publisher:
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Nightmare from the Author: Sandra Shulman.

Nightmare

Author: Christopher Frayling
Publisher:
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Nightmare from the Author: Christopher Frayling.

Nightmare

Author: Leroma Greth
Publisher: Dramatic Publishing
ISBN: 9780871290847
Size: 10.83 MB
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Nightmare from the Author: Leroma Greth.

On The Nightmare

Author: Ernest Jones
Publisher: Meisel Press
ISBN: 1443726532
Size: 72.20 MB
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On The Nightmare from the Author: Ernest Jones. The Significant Story Of Witchery And Religion, Unconscious Desire, Psychiatry And The Deep Dark Conflicts Of The Mind. All The Fascinating, Fabulous Lore Of Myth And Magic, Ancient And Modern Born Of This Demonic Visitor Of The Night.

Nightmare

Author: S. K. Epperson
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780843934939
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Nightmare from the Author: S. K. Epperson. In a clinic for women suffering from multiple personality disorders, one by one the patients turn up hideously mutilated, the victims of their own alternate personas. Original.

Nightmare

Author: Norman Robbins
Publisher: Samuel French
ISBN:
Size: 56.97 MB
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Nightmare from the Author: Norman Robbins. Marion Bishop, an elderly writer of romantic novels, is dying. Katherine Willis, kind soul from the nearby village, looks after Marion in a most caring wwy while coping with her own mentally retarded brother oftwenty. When Katherine takes leave to attend her cousin's wedding in Scotland. Laura and experienced nurse from London comes to take care of the failing writer, on the recommendation of the local doctor. A series of mysterious phone calls and the appearance of Raymond, Marion's rapacious nephew, set off a nightmare situation, which becomes increasingly complicated when Katherine's brother is found murdered in a ditch. Deceit, suspicion, blackmail and incrimination are subtly woven into a web of crime, which is completed by a dramamtic confrontation scene just before an ingenious twist brings a surprising close.

Nightmare

Author: Abby Jaquint
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1635683548
Size: 56.65 MB
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Nightmare from the Author: Abby Jaquint. When murder strikes a quiet college town, Keyon Ambrose’s life is shaken as the victim is someone he knows. But this is only the first, and Keyon can’t shake the feeling that the murders are connected. But how? What do the seemingly unconnected victims all have in common? Keyon’s life was that of a typical twenty-something, going to school, work, and hanging with his best friend Val, yet something was missing. Keyon felt as if there must be more to life and soon discovered that many of his friends felt exactly the same way. Were they all merely trudging along the path of life with no direction? Or were they destined for something more, like finding the killer before it finds them?

Nightmare

Author: J. Anthony Lukas
Publisher:
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Nightmare from the Author: J. Anthony Lukas. This extraordinary book had an extraordinary genesis. In July 1973, for the first time in its history, The New York Times Magazine devoted a full issue to a single article: Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Anthony Lukas's account of the Watergate story to date. Six months later, a second installment ran in another full issue. Later the Times asked him to write still a third issue on the impeachment. This piece never appeared because it was overtaken by Nixon's resignation. But Lukas's painstaking reporting on Nixon's last months in office appears here, twenty-five years after his resignation, for the first time in paperback, along with added information on every aspect of Watergate. Widely acclaimed as a major text of the Watergate saga, J. Anthony Lukas's Nightmare, with a new foreword from presidential historian Joan Hoff, is an investigative masterwork highlighted by in-depth character sketches of the key players. As described by Publishers Weekly, "The result is a model of measured judgment and of careful selection and synthesis, and it is presented with such masterly narrative skill that one reads the old familiar story as if it were all new and fresh." For students of history coming to these events for the first time, Nightmare reveals in depth the particular trauma of a nation in turmoil; for those who remember, it is once more brought to life.