The Teashop On The Corner

Author: Milly Johnson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1471114651
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And Will Linton's business has gone bust and his wife has left him to pick up the pieces. Now he needs to gather the strength to start again. Can all three find the comfort they are looking for in The Teashop on the Corner?

Little Back Room

Author: Pearl Rance-Reardon
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595355463
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Flour scattered all over the kitchen table as Mammy rolled the dough in
preparation to make pastries for Tata's tea shop. In a corner sat a pail with
parboiled corn, drained and ready to be grated. Mauva Grant was hired by
Elizabeth Crawford as a young girl. She leaned over a large bowl, with the grate
pressed against her stomach. A familiar symphony began with the sounds of corn
on the tin grate and the rolling pin flattening dough. “Miss Liz,” the servant said to
Mammy, “shouldn't de ...

The Tea Shop On Lavender Lane

Author: Sheila Roberts
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1460334558
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That had been icky and awkward. She'd told him she had a boyfriend back in
Icicle Falls. What a lie! She had no one back in Icicle Falls. She blinked again
and wiped at the corner of her eye. “Is your boyfriend coming to meet you?”
asked Mr. Lech. “No, my sisters will.” Her fabulous sisters, who were always there
for her. Another tear tried to sneak out of the corner of her eye. She wiped it away
and reminded herself that she had much to be grateful for. And there was a
rainbow at the ...

Die Enden Der Parabel

Author: Thomas Pynchon
Publisher: Rowohlt Verlag GmbH
ISBN: 3644544816
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Thomas Pynchons großer Roman ist bereits zu einem Mythos der modernen Literatur geworden.

The Buddha In Me And Other Stories

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Publisher: Rajasir
ISBN: 0557006007
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Sometimes, with her neighbor, Jamunabai, she afforded the luxury of going to the
tea shop at the corner of the street to eat cakes and sandwiches with tea served
in cups. But more from the habit than to cool the tea, Parvati would pour the tea in
the saucer and drink it with loud sips. When she was well over eighteen,
Jamunabai suggested to Parvati to buy an old blouse from the market where
stolen goods were sold. She spent twenty rupees and bought the blouse of light
green color, ...

Here Come The Boys Short Story

Author: Milly Johnson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1471133885
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Milly Johnson. The Teashop on the Corner Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3
Chapter 4 DAY ONE Chapter 1 'Ladies and gentlemen, we will be.

A Summer Fling

Author: Milly Johnson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1849831025
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The little that hadn't been absorbed, Stephen had taken care of for her, adding it
to the joint savings that she wasn't allowed to touch. She drove away from town
and found herself on the Penistone road where Spring Hill was situated. She
hadn't heard of it before and was pleasantly surprised to find a square of shops
around a pretty central garden area. There was a florist, an old-fashioned
toyshop, a gift shop and next to a quaint-looking teashop in the corner, an
antiques shop. So the ...

Einstein S Dreams

Author: Alan Lightman
Publisher: Droemer eBook
ISBN: 3426424819
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Alan Lightman ist mit seinem Roman ein Faszinosum gelungen: Mit spielerischer Leichtigkeit begleiten wir das Jahrhundertgenie Einstein auf wundersam erhellenden Traumreisen durch die Zeit. »Dreißig kleine, federleichte Gedankenspiele ... ...

Then Came Hazrat Ali

Author: Dosoo Framjee Karaka
Publisher:
ISBN:
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At I paced up the hill a half- mile away from the press hostel, I saw a tea-shop at a
corner with another street, a dirty grey squat building stretching from a side street
into the Liang Lu-kuo. It appeared to be frequented by working class people. I
slowed down my pace as I came near it, then asked a group of yokels, too poor to
go inside whether the name of the teashop was the one given to me on the note
the night before. No one spoke English of course but they recognised the name
of ...