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Shadows at dawn & other stories

Prema, PiМ„. SiМ„. Ke.

Shadows at dawn & other stories

by Prema, PiМ„. SiМ„. Ke.

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Published by Writers Workshop, Agents in U.S.A., Jean Johnson in Calcutta, India, New York, N.Y., U.S.A .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesShadows at dawn and other stories.
StatementP.C.K. Prem.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 91/07168 (P)
The Physical Object
Pagination108 p. ;
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1686521M
ISBN 108171892329, 8171892337
LC Control Number91908373

Learn more about Tessa Dawn. Browse Tessa Dawn’s best-selling audiobooks and newest titles. 2 Blood Possession, book #3 Blood Shadows, book #4 Blood Redemption, book #5 Blood Father, book #6 Blood Vengeance, book #7 Blood Ecstasy, book #8 Blood Betrayal, book #9 Christmas In Dark Moon Vale # Blood Web, book #10 Blood Echo, book # The novella, SHADOWS AT DAWN, blossomed the way most of my stories do, basically out of nowhere. Jaxon Ryker first appeared in THE CONSPIRACY, a former Navy SEAL, now a detective working for Chase Garrett, the wealthy owner of Maximum Security, an extremely successful private security firm in Dallas. I liked Jax right away.

  The first five books are a collection of short stories and initially, none of them truly makes sense, but they are told with such poetic exquisiteness and aesthetic imagination that each is a. Shadows at Dawn Structure of the book – separated into violence, justice and memory Created a more unbiased history of the events, the different perspectives allowed readers to get all sides of the story Didn’t try to integrate the accounts into one narrative “Violence simultaneously destroys and creates history” You can’t describe an event if you are dead But violence creates.

  Throughout the book the essayist, equipped to analyse closely, shadows the storyteller and parts of the book read like aphorisms on the tribulations of love. Is it the spirit of Mir or Stendhal? Somewhere in the depths within us all we possess good & evil, honorable & shameful,ugly & beautiful. J.M. Tresaugue’s “Shadows Beyond the Flames & Other Stories” proves just each of us we have the power to do great good,& in the blink of an eye we can turn into a depraved,immoral human find variations of these human characteristics within the contents of stories Brand: J.M. Tresaugue.


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