Coralia s Lethal Kiss

John May. Coralia's Lethal Kiss A Novel by John May Coralia's Lethal Kiss Coralia's Lethal Kiss John May Writer's Showcase. Front Cover.

Coralia s Lethal Kiss

This is a story about a young woman who is victimized by a brutal incident of government-sponsored terrorism. She evolves into a highly professional rebel fighter and executioner, reminiscent of the beauty and deadly efficiency of “La Coralia”, the Coral serpent native to her homeland of “San Andres”—a Central American country undergoing the violent political and social changes so familiar to any dozens of similar Latin American countries.Her life merges with that of an American, James Weston, traveling to her country on a mission for his U.S. Company. These two human beings, brought together by the most unlikely of circumstances, are forced to survive rapidly escalating troubles. They find themselves wanted by local authorities and pursued by Cuban and East German mercenaries. They escape through the cities, lakes, and mountains of San Andres on their way to a remote hideout. Their adventure becomes a whirlpool of ever escalating terror. The conclusion of their journey transforms their lives and their future.

Frederick Ashton and His Ballets

Frederick Ashton and His Ballets

This revised edition of Vaughan's seminal work includes a new final chapter and an updated chronology of work. It should be useful for both historians of 20th-century ballet and for lovers of Ashton's work.

The Ballet Annual

... Fouqué's romance until Ashton resurrected the tragic water - nymph more than a century after London saw Coralia . ... affecting climax can be imagined than the scene of her ghostly return to give Huldbrand the deadly kiss , and the ...

The Ballet Annual


The Ballet Annual

... Fouqué's romance until Ashton resurrected the tragic water - nymph more than a century after London saw Coralia . ... affecting climax can be imagined than the scene of her ghostly return to give Huldbrand the deadly kiss , and the ...

The Ballet Annual


Arts Humanities Citation Index

Arts   Humanities Citation Index

A multidisciplinary index covering the journal literature of the arts and humanities. It fully covers 1,144 of the world's leading arts and humanities journals, and it indexes individually selected, relevant items from over 6,800 major science and social science journals.