Fox at the Wood s Edge

Finally , Claude Hibbard was prevailed upon to loan Bill one of the Dyche Museum trucks , a dilapidated old Dodge ... for Anatomy would work at the original storage area loading the bodies , while Bill would wait at the rear of the ...

Fox at the Wood s Edge

Presents a biography of the naturalist and writer, describing how his work stems from his loveless childhood with a mentally ill mother and traveling salesman father and his determination to succeed.

Fiddling with Fate

Solveig scoured and scalded her wooden buckets in the cleansing sunshine while her father and Gustav worked on the hay wire. Svein had been working for years on his rig, ... “I'll wait at woods' edge.” Father slung the sack of foraged ...

Fiddling with Fate

Chloe has a devil of a time unraveling the mysteries of Norway's fiddle and dance traditions After her mother's unexpected death, curator Chloe Ellefson discovers hidden antiques that hint at family secrets. Determined to find answers, Chloe accepts a consultant job in Norway, her ancestors' homeland. She's thrilled with the opportunity to explore Hardanger fiddle and dance traditions . . . and her own heritage. Once their plane lands, however, Chloe and her fiancé, cop Roelke McKenna, encounter only disharmony. Chloe's research reveals strong women and the importance of fiddle music in their lives. But folklore warns against "the devil's instrument" and old evils may yet linger among the fjords and mountains. As Chloe fine-tunes her search for the truth, a killer's desire to stop her builds to a deadly crescendo.

Out of Hounds

He jumped into the tidy tack room , a regular , heavy horse blanket lying flat in the space of the nose . Curious , he easily jumped up . ... While Hortensia and Ewald snuggled in , Grenville , true to form , waited at woods ' edge .

Out of Hounds

“Sister” Jane Arnold and her hounds must sniff out a thief with expensive taste when a string of missing paintings leads to murder in this exciting foxhunting mystery from New York Times bestselling author Rita Mae Brown. “Cunning foxes, sensible hounds, and sweet-tempered horses are among the sparkling conversationalists in this charming series.”—The New York Times Book Review Spring is peeking through the frost in Virginia, and though the hunting season is coming to a close, the foxes seem determined to put the members of the Jefferson Hunt Club through their paces. Sister and her friends are enjoying some of the best chases they’ve had all season when the fun is cut short by the theft of Crawford Howard’s treasured Sir Alfred Munnings painting of a woman in hunting attire riding sidesaddle. When another painting goes missing five days later—also a Munnings, also of a woman hunting sidesaddle—Sister Jane knows it’s no coincidence. Someone is stealing paintings of foxhunters from foxhunters. But why? Perhaps it’s a form of protest against their sport. For the hunt club isn’t just under attack from the thief. Mysterious signs have started to appear outside their homes, decrying their way of life. stop foxhunting: a cruel sport reads one that appears outside Crawford’s house, not long after his painting goes missing. no hounds barking shows up on the telephone pole outside Sister’s driveway. Annoying, but relatively harmless. Then Delores Buckingham, retired now but once a formidable foxhunter, is strangled to death after her own Munnings sidesaddle painting is stolen. Now Sister’s not just up against a thief and a few obnoxious signs—she’s on the hunt for a killer.

Journey to the Edge of the Woods

Thom McDonald spoke about his own experience, being Indian, as a pastor bringing Jesus to Native folks: “I think the entire problem is in the manner of presentation of the balm and the physician. I believe that most church people do not ...

Journey to the Edge of the Woods

The prophet Jeremiah, mourning his people in the city of Zion, spoke of the balm that could heal them. He foresaw the physician and he asked, "Why then is not the health of the daughter of my people recovered?" The message of Jesus has been in North America for centuries, yet past history with the first nations of the land has left many native people thinking they have to choose either to be an Indian or to believe in Jesus. Jeremiah said, "The harvest is past, the summer is ended, and we are not saved." How, then, do we bring the balm of Gilead to the most oppressed group on the continent where women and children are suffering the highest rates of violence? When Jesus forgave a prostitute, when he offered living waters to the woman at the well who had six failed relationships, and when he healed a crippled woman, he showed us how he would build his church from the brokenhearted among all people. Journey to the Edge of the Woods visits women sharing concern over the degradation of our daughters, sisters, mothers, and friends in a world of intensifying confusion of the creation of male and female identities.

Wait at Wood s Edge

But in this collection of tales, these all-too human lives always strive after a measure of dignity. And in that alone, perhaps, there is reason for hope.

Wait at Wood s Edge

John Perryman's latest collection of stories, Wait at Wood's Edge, dramatizes varieties of reckonings familiar to Texans, and Americans, in the early twenty-first century. In his stories, flawed but earnest figures struggle to come to terms with the unexpected: betrayal, murder, shattered dreams, failed efforts at redemption, and--even worse--failure to recognize opportunities for redemption. In these deftly written pages, Perryman's characters seek various forms of reconciliation between conflicting forces across a wide spectrum of the American landscape, navigating the economic, religious, social, and cultural tensions of today. From a pair of desperate grandparents trying their best to raise a haunted granddaughter, who early one morning bears a strange witness at wood's edge, to a reimagining of the final days of the life of the skeptical Henry Adams, these tales dramatize the unexpected face of redemption with which we are sometimes met. And, as is often the case in the real world, these attempts at reconciliation, though honestly ventured, are not always welcomed or successful. But in this collection of tales, these all-too human lives always strive after a measure of dignity. And in that alone, perhaps, there is reason for hope.

Kayanerenk wa

For the women to have to intervene at all was considered remarkable, for when the women did make their feelings ... When strangers or visitors came to the village, and waited at the woods' edge, it was the young men who went out to meet ...

Kayanerenk   wa

Several centuries ago, the five nations that would become the Haudenosaunee — Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Seneca — were locked in generations-long cycles of bloodshed. When they established Kayanerenkó:wa, the Great Law of Peace, they not only resolved intractable coinflicts, but also shaped a system of law and government that would maintain peace for generations to come. This law remains in place today in Haudenosaunee communities: an Indigenous legal system, distinctive, complex, and principled. It is not only a survivor, but a viable alternative to Euro-American systems of law. With its emphasis on lasting relationships, respect for the natural world, building consensus, and on making and maintaining peace, it stands in contrast to legal systems based on property, resource exploitation, and majority rule. Although Kayanerenkó:wa has been studied by anthropologists, linguists, and historians, it has not been the subject of legal scholarship. There are few texts to which judges, lawyers, researchers, or academics may refer for any understanding of specific Indigenous legal systems. Following the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and a growing emphasis on reconciliation, Indigenous legal systems are increasingly relevant to the evolution of law and society. In Kayanerenkó:wa Great Law of Peace Kayanesenh Paul Williams, counsel to Indigenous nations for forty years, with a law practice based in the Grand River Territory of the Six Nations, brings the sum of his experience and expertise to this analysis of Kayanerenkó:wa as a living, principled legal system. In doing so, he puts a powerful tool in the hands of Indigenous and settler communities.

Dreaming in Fields of Killer Sheep

Like you said, we have no idea how to get around these woods in the dark and we'll just end up get— ting more lost, and besides those tweaked goons are probably waiting for us at woods' edge. We're sticking it out until first light.

Dreaming in Fields of Killer Sheep

From a fresh, independent voice comes a collection of nine stories built on powerful emotional ground. What does it take to forge self-identity, confront the past, shatter personal myths and live an authentic life? In Dreaming in Fields of Killer Sheep, these questions are weaved throughout narratives in which individuals willing to face conflict-both external and internal-gain glimpses of truth in the shadows. An everyman confronts a sexual predator in a department store and faces a dark reality lying just beneath the surface of his psyche. A political staffer returns to her childhood home for a funeral and discovers disturbing news that challenges her to act. An opportunist seeking an easy way out of trouble unexpectedly faces a choice of being an accomplice to unknown evil or an improbable hero. And in the title story, a young advertising executive crashes from his ascent into a sea of questions about what being authentic really means. These and other tales in this collection challenge us to look beyond the obvious into dimly lit margins where truth and perception aren't so easily divided, and where the battle for self is joined.

Sleeper Cell

“Let's move out,” John whispered at everyone, and they all followed him further into the woods. ... to the stronghold from a ground position, crawling through the foliage and waiting about fifty yards from the edge of the wood line.

Sleeper Cell

Have you ever wondered if there was more to life?John thought about this every day since his life took a turn for the worst almost ten years ago. He was plagued consistently with bad luck and was just about at the end of his rope.After a chance encounter with a black ops colonel and a kindly doctor, John soon realized his potential and the reason for this rotten luck. He was secretly being trained as a sleeper agent for the government, and it was his time to be activated for his first assignment.Along with a scientific secret and his newly assembled team, John hesitantly embarks on his first mission.Follow along as the uncertainty of what lies ahead unfolds for John and his team.

At the Wood s Edge

At the Wood s Edge

A collection of poems characterized by Hartnett's exploration of form and technique. Whether evoking the long-gone drama of a marriage foundering in the year of the Somme, or yesterday's discovery of a deer carcass in a wood, the poems strip away habit to reveal the hidden intensity of daily life.

Dreamways of the Iroquois

Through the pall of grief, Hiawatha remembers the shining face in the mirror and vows, I will not become my enemy. “My children are all gone ... When he nears the Oneida castle, he waits at the woods' edge for a new people to find him.

Dreamways of the Iroquois

Explores the ancient Iroquois tradition of dreams, healing, and the recovery of the soul • Explains Native American shamanic dream practices and their applications and purpose in modern life • Shows how dreams call us to remember and honor our soul’s true purpose • Offers powerful Active Dreaming methods for regaining lost soul energy to restore our vitality and identity The ancient teaching of the Iroquois people is that dreams are experiences of the soul in which we may travel outside the body, across time and space, and into other dimensions--or receive visitations from ancestors or spiritual guides. Dreams also reveal the wishes of the soul, calling us to move beyond our ego agendas and the web of other people’s projections into a deeper, more spirited life. They call us to remember our sacred contracts and reclaim the knowledge that belonged to us, on the levels of soul and spirit, before we entered our present life experience. In dreams we also discover where our vital soul energy may have gone missing--through pain or trauma or heartbreak--and how to get it back. Robert Moss was called to these ways when he started dreaming in a language he did not know, which proved to be an early form of the Mohawk Iroquois language. From his personal experiences, he developed a spirited approach to dreaming and living that he calls Active Dreaming. Dreamways of the Iroquois is at once a spiritual odyssey, a tribute to the deep wisdom of the First Peoples, a guide to healing our lives through dreamwork, and an invitation to soul recovery.

The First Wandmaker

Saligia and Fisher rode to the center of the field and waited. At the woods' edge the Drelves watched the two horsemen. Gaelyss broke the silence and said, “I suppose I should see what he wants.” Rumsie quickly said, “I don't like it.

The First Wandmaker

The First Wandmaker continues the Elfdreams series. Buoyed by Magick, Drelves prevail against the forces of Aulgmoor and their embittered leader Saligia. War costs the Drelves dearly. Leadership of the forest people falls on the shoulders of the beautiful young Teacher and even younger Spellweaver. Conflicts embroil all peoples of Parallan, including Drelves, Drolls, Kiennites, dryads, water sprites, tree sprites, tree harders, and rare healers calledMenders. Threads of Magick connect other peoples, places, and times to Parallan. Dreamraiders use the power of Translocation, meddle in the affairs of the World of the Three Suns, and pit Drelve against Drelve, brother against brother, and Spellweaver against Spellweaver. What motivates the powerfulDream Master? What secrets do mysterious gray stones hold? What roles have the mysterious Thirttene Friends and a greenish Drelvish Menderish, Spellweaverishfellow? Escape to an elfdream! Deathquest to Parallan, the Orb of Chalar, the Death of Magick, the Chalice of Mystery, the Dawn of Magick, and The Lost Spellweaver... The Donothor and Elfdreams of Parallan series...different Sci-Fi/ Fantasy.

At the Wood s Edge

He spoke at length with Onondaga headman Tocanuntie ( with whom he had treated at Lancaster only eleven months earlier ) ... had declined to go to Canada , preferring to wait at home for an invitation to Albany from Clinton or the ACIA .

At the Wood s Edge


The Great Law and the Longhouse

But Hiawatha was to suffer the prophet's fate and encounter bitter opposition at home , go into exile ... He also ranks first on the roll of founders.5 Hiawatha anticipated later woods ' - edge protocol by waiting at a spring outside ...

The Great Law and the Longhouse

The Great Law, a living tradition among the conservative Iroquois, is sustained by celebrating the condolence ceremony when they mourn a dead chief and install his successor for life on good behavior. This ritual act, reaching back to the dawn of history, maintains the League of the Iroquois, the legendary form of government that gave way over time to the Iroquois Confederacy. Fenton verifies historical accounts from his own long experience of Iroquois society, so that his political ethnography extends into the twentieth century as he considers in detail the relationship between customs and events. His main argument is the remarkable continuity of Iroquois political tradition in the face of military defeat, depopulation, territorial loss, and acculturation to European technology.

The Wind in His Fists

Jonathan waited at the woods' edge until it was quite dark, and there was no light or sound from the vicinity of the buildings. Carrying the kettle, he made his way across the field. It was farther than he expected.

The Wind in His Fists

The wind in his fists Jonathan hunter searches through loss and war for his sister and his faith, and is surprised by love. There was a real Jonathan. Since all except the basic story of his life has been obscured by time, this is a novel and not a biography.

Waiting for Aphrodite

Sumac leaves were bright red around the woods ' edge . Some of the best friends I've ever had came to the party , good old boys , the reformulated hippies , the town gentry , neighbors , and the feds from the Scenic Riverway .

Waiting for Aphrodite

A distinguished naturalist journeys inside the extraordinary lives of invertebrates, exploring the geological, biological, and personal mysteries of time as she chronicles the evolution of life on Earth and sheds light on the world of earthworms, corals, crickets, and Aphrodite, the sea mouse. Reprint.

Life as I Lived It

... they would all be sitting along the road at the woods edge, waiting for the deer to come out, which is exactly what they did! You'd think they would figure out after a while, that if some of them don't enter the woods as usual, ...

Life as I Lived It

Th is book is full of short stories containing common sense, knowledge, adventure and humor. These are all true stories of life’s experiences, growing up in a small Indiana town along the Ohio River from the 1950’s until now. Open this book and read any story that tickles your fancy. I guarantee you will learn many things from these stories. If after reading one story and you don’t feel this book is for you, well then, you have read the wrong story!! You will find this book is designed for all age groups and is very easy and entertaining reading.

Arc of Light

'fwas a [6115 111361 for Opossum and Groundhog, sitting hunched up at the woods edge waiting and waiting for Otter. Opossum tilted his ears nervously as he listened to a pair of Minks, sleek—bodied with chocolate—brown fur, hunting in ...

Arc of Light

Arc of Light is an animal adventure fantasy of a journey to freedom both mental and physical in which the characters triumph over themselves and every danger they encounter. The natural elements are as factual as possible so that the adventure is also a type of nature text inspired by Gunstan Hall, VA, where we walked and picnicked.

Flashman in the Great Game

Near the wood's edge I waited, listening: no sound, except my own breathing. I turned to enter the bracken—and stood frozen, biting back a yelp of fear. Behind me, on the far side of the wood, a twig had snapped.

Flashman in the Great Game

“Hilariously funny.”—The New York Times Book Review One of literature's most delightful rakes is back in another tale of rollicking adventure and tantalizing seduction. The plucky Flashman's latest escapades are sure to entertain devotees as well as attract new aficionados.

Delphi Complete Works of Algernon Charles Swinburne Illustrated

Beside a wood's edge in the broken land An hour at wait the twain together stood, Till swift between the moorside and the wood Flashed the spears forward of the coming train; And seeing beside the strong chief spoiler's rein His wan ...

Delphi Complete Works of Algernon Charles Swinburne  Illustrated

A gifted poet, playwright, novelist, and critic, Algernon Charles Swinburne created late Victorian works that were controversial and groundbreaking, establishing his name as an imaginative innovator of his very own poetic forms, whilst achieving notoriety due to his scandalous lifestyle. The Delphi Poets Series offers readers the works of literature's finest poets, with superior formatting. This volume presents the complete poetical works and plays of Swinburne, with beautiful illustrations and the usual Delphi bonus material. (Version 1) * Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Swinburne's life and works * Concise introductions to the poetry and other texts * Images of how the poetry books were first printed, giving your eReader a taste of the original texts * Excellent formatting of the poems * Special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the poetry * Easily locate the poems you want to read * Features rare posthumous poems available nowhere else * the complete verse dramas, with individual contents tables * Includes Swinburne's only complete novel, LOVE’S CROSS-CURRENTS - appearing here for the first time on eReaders * Features Gosse’s seminal 1917 biography on the great poet, available in no other collection - discover Swinburne's literary life * A selection of non-fiction * Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles CONTENTS: The Poetry Collections ATALANTA IN CALYDON POEMS AND BALLADS (FIRST SERIES) SONGS OF TWO NATIONS SONGS BEFORE SUNRISE ERECHTHEUS POEMS AND BALLADS (SECOND SERIES) POEMS AND BALLADS. (THIRD SERIES) SONGS OF THE SPRINGTIDES STUDIES IN SONG TRISTRAM OF LYONESSE SONNETS SONNETS ON ENGLISH DRAMATIC POETS (1590-1650) A MIDSUMMER HOLIDAY AND OTHER POEMS A CENTURY OF ROUNDELS ASTROPHEL AND OTHER POEMS THE HEPTALOGIA THE TALE OF BALEN A CHANNEL PASSAGE AND OTHER POEMS POSTHUMOUS AND UNCOLLECTED POEMS The Poems LIST OF POEMS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER LIST OF POEMS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER The Verse Dramas THE QUEEN MOTHER ROSAMOND CHASTELARD BOTHWELL MARY STUART MARINO FALIERO LOCRINE THE SISTERS ROSAMUND, QUEEN OF THE LOMBARDS THE DUKE OF GANDIA The Novel LOVE’S CROSS-CURRENTS Selected Non-Fiction WILLIAM BLAKE: A CRITICAL ESSAY THE AGE OF SHAKESPEARE The Biography THE LIFE OF ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE by Edmund Gosse Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles

We ll Do It Tomorrow

yes, drove, through the field of broom straw to within fifty yards of the woods' edge where we had seen the monster scrape. ... I waited at the base of the tree until John had manipulated the stand up fifteen feet, turned around, ...

We ll Do It Tomorrow

We'll Do It Tomorrow is more than a book of tales about hunting and fishing, these stories are about the joys and sorrows of life. They will linger in your heart and leave you wishing for more. We'll Do It Tomorrow is definitely a keeper. Pull up a comfortable rocking chair, pour a steaming cup of coffee and settle in with this book. Savor these stories by John Faris as you would a tall glass of sweet tea.