Telling Secrets (Mills & Boon Intrigue)

Author: Tracy Montoya

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 140896239X

Category: Fiction

Page: 192

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As an experienced search-and-rescue tracker, Alex Gray had solved his share of mysteries. But beneath his cool Lakota demeanor, Alex was running from his own dark secrets...including a traumatic family history that connected him to a killer. Now someone from his past had returned to play a deadly game. And only one woman could help him...

Secrets to Tell, Secrets to Keep

Author: Terry Hunt,Karen Paine-Gernee,Larry Rothstein

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0446564974

Category: Psychology

Page: 288

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The pioneering therapists who wrote "Emotional Healing" present that book's long-awaited sequel. A challenge to today's popular "tell-all" psychotherapy programs, this important guide teaches readers how to discern which secrets to tell and which to keep for optimum emotional healing.

The Moon Tells Secrets

Author: Savanna Welles

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 1466854197

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

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Don't trust nobody. Not family. Not friend. Don't let it get him like it got my son until he is ready to meet it. And remember that blood must pay for blood. A debt must be paid. Your boy can never forget. That is his destiny. Raine is at her wits' end. Her eleven-year-old son Davey, whom she has raised by herself, has the power to shift into any animal-a "gift" from his dead father. Raine doesn't know how to control this legacy nor protect him from the skinwalker bent on killing them both. And if the skinwalker fails, she fears the sinister fate that awaits her son. Cade, still grieving the brutal murder of his wife, finds solace in Raine's companionship. But as the savage details of his wife's death mirror the powers that Davey is soon to have, Raine must fight to protect her The Moon Tells Secrets by Savanna Welles

Telling Narratives

Author: Leslie W. Lewis

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 025203211X

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 217

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Uncovering powerful and threatening secrets in African American literature

Tell Secrets - Tell No Lies

Author: Bruce Headrick

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 1457502704

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 232

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My "Norman Rockwell" childhood was anything but that once you stepped into the painting. It was a life of clashes of violence with a mother indoctrinated in conservatism. My relationship with my mother ended in divorce. From the Bible Belt of the Tennessee Hills to the Hollywood Hills, Nob Hill and Capitol Hill, this is my tell-all odyssey of the underworld life of the Hollywood and Washington elite. A chance meeting one night with "Madame" Wayland Flowers landed me in Hollywood and into the life of the adult video stardom that led to modeling, male stripping and working in the escort services, leading to clandestine encounters with the Hollywood stars. And now after twenty-five years of silence, TELL SECRETS, TELL NO LIES, allows me to finally cast away the shadow that has followed me and reveal the shocking provocative world of malice, perversion, and delirium in this jaw-dropping memoir that defies the imagination. A little about me... I grew up in the bible belt of America and knew at a very early age my life's purpose would never be fulfilled living in that environment. On my seventeenth birthday I set out on my own journey to discover my true values and beliefs. My odyssey took me to New York, California, Washington D.C., and Texas. Along the way I met my life long companion David. I now reside in Las Vegas, Nevada. In reflecting on my past I can truly say I have lived my life to its fullest and I share that experience with each of you in my memoir TELL SECRETS, TELL NO LIES. As mentioned... CHELSEA LATELY ON E!... THE HOWARD STERN SHOW... TWO EXCLUSIVES WITH NATIONAL ENQUIRER!

The Secret Life of Families

Author: Evan Imber-Black

Publisher: Bantam

ISBN: 0307423352

Category: Psychology

Page: 336

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Secrets come in all shapes and sizes. And for families as well as individuals, they are built on a complex web of shifting motives and emotions. But today, when personal revelations are posted on the Internet or sensationalized on afternoon talk shows, we risk losing touch with how important secrets are--how they are used and abused, their power to harm and heal. In this important work, Evan Imber-Black explores the nature of secrets, helping us understand: The distinction between healthy privacy and toxic secrecy What to tell--and not to tell--young children How to safely confront a family "zone of silence" Why adolescents need to have some secrets--and where to draw the line The effect of "official" secrets, like sealed adoption records and medical testing What to consider before revealing an important secret And much more Filled with moving first-person stories, The Secret Life of Families provides perspective on some of today's most sensitive personal and social issues. Giving voice to our deepest fears and to our power to overcome them, this is a book that will be talked about for years to come.

Telling Bodies Performing Birth

Author: Della Pollock

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231502436

Category: Social Science

Page: 352

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Birth stories, Della Pollock tells us, "are everywhere and nowhere," permeating and haunting our everyday lives. In this remarkable volume Pollock explores the myriad ways in which men and women recount the ritual performance of giving birth. Many of these stories, Pollock observes, rise out of the depths of terror, flirting with disaster only to end with a profound sense of relief at what medical discourse calls a "good outcome." Others represent pain, make counterclaims on reproductive technologies, and suggest complex associations between maternity, sexuality, and body politics in the contemporary United States. Pollock retells stories about some of the injustices that structure giving and telling birth––finding there a reckoning with the unknown and unknowable. Focusing on the performances of birth stories, Pollock writes an intimate ethnography: an account of listening "body to body" to stories that press the borders of cultural critique with virtuosity, possibility, desire, and risk. She draws on cultural criticism, performance studies, and narrative theory to unpack this long-ignored practice. Most striking, however, are the stories presented here: unsanctioned, bold, fragmentary, and often furtive, they both unnerve and inspire even as they realize and resist cultural norms.


Author: Paul Tournier

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1725231816

Category: Religion

Page: 64

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Keeping a secret is the first step in becoming an individual. Telling it is the second step.