|Title:||The Avalanche (Fiction - General)|
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|Publisher:||Constable and Company Ltd (June 17, 1996)|
Used availability for Belinda Seaward's The Avalanche. June 1996 : UK Hardback.
Mystery & Detective. So, along with the gardening, house maintenance, general DIY (keeping their Subaru ticking over smoothly, coaching the local Under 12s rugby union side, attendance at church every Sunday), they had now added Mahjong. Rod and Marge had played the game when they were first married and had only faint recollections of the rules or how to play.
The Avalanche: A Mystery Story. by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton.
Miraculously, I came out of the avalanche with no broken bones or sprained joints. I was able to walk just fine, I was just in shock. Before I left to go on the hike that morning, my dad had called me, telling me to be careful because there were avalanche warnings. Well, he was actually right for once. Not many people can say that they are avalanche survivors, and sometimes I find myself asking, "What did I have that she didn't?" But I stop myself before I go too far. There has to be a reason why I didn't die that day.
Belinda is an 1801 novel by the Irish writer Maria Edgeworth. It was first published in three volumes by Joseph Johnson of London, and was reprinted by Pandora Press in 1986. The novel was Edgeworth's second published, and was considered controversial in its day for its depiction of an interracial marriage.
Award-winning general fiction. Wronged characters and wicked revenge.