Yes My Darling Daughter

" Now, in Yes, My Darling Daughter, Leroy offers a novel both haunted and haunting—a wonderfully original, deliciously suspenseful story that enthralls from the first page to the very last.

Yes  My Darling Daughter

Every once in a blue moon, a masterful writer dives into gothic waters and emerges with a novel that—like Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca, Minette Walters's The Breaker, and Donna Tartt's The Little Friend—simultaneously celebrates and transcends the tradition. Welcome Margaret Leroy to the clan. What's the matter with Sylvie? Such a pretty girl. Four years old; well loved by her young mother, Grace. But there's something . . . "off " about the child. Her deathly fear of water; her night terrors; most of all, her fixation with a photo of an Irish seaside town called Coldharbour. "Sylvie, tell me about your picture. Why's it so special, sweetheart?" My heart is racing, but I try to make my voice quite calm. "That's my seaside, Grace." Very matter-of-fact, as though this should be obvious. "I lived there, Grace. Before." Grace doesn't know what to do with this revelation—she's barely scraping by as it is. A single mother with no family, Grace works full-time at a London flower shop to support herself and Sylvie. Overwhelmed by her inability to help her daughter, she turns to Adam Winters, a dashing psychology professor with some unusual theories about what might be troubling the child. Together, they travel to seemingly idyllic Coldharbour, hoping to understand Sylvie's mysterious connection to the place. Impossible as it may seem, Grace has to accept that her daughter may be remembering a past life. And not only that: the danger bedeviling Sylvie from her past life is still very much a threat to her in this one. Margaret Leroy has been celebrated for writing "like a dream," and her previous novels have been praised for their "hypnotic prose" and "sensuously ethereal, subtly electric drama." Now, in Yes, My Darling Daughter, Leroy offers a novel both haunted and haunting—a wonderfully original, deliciously suspenseful story that enthralls from the first page to the very last.

Yes My Darling Daughter

An 11-year-old is slow to accept the love of her foster family.

Yes  My Darling Daughter

An 11-year-old is slow to accept the love of her foster family.

Yes My Darling Daughter

Yes  My Darling Daughter


Yes My Darling Daughter

I'll be there to catch her when she pops out. I'll cut her umbilical cord, separating her from her mother, officially making her my own. And I'll have more patience than Job. ... I love you more than life 54 Yes, My Darling Daughter.

Yes  My Darling Daughter

A murder mystery, inspired by a real life event. This novel within a novel is a page turner. The details of the familiar tragic event, which inspired this novel, have remained unsolved. This novel answers the questions which have thus far gone unanswered.

Yes My Darling Daughter

Another amazing novel of degradation and extortion. In this case, an amoral girl gradually seizes power over her family.

Yes  My Darling Daughter

Another amazing novel of degradation and extortion. In this case, an amoral girl gradually seizes power over her family.

The Incest Generation

The Incest Generation


Yes My Darling Daughter

Yes  My Darling Daughter


Oh My Darling Daughter

This amusing tale of an unorthodox situation is also a perceptive account of a young woman's coming of age.

Oh My Darling Daughter

Mother cannot take any more - so she takes off to Marrakesh. It is left to seventeen-year-old Viola to take charge of a grubby little brother and a younger sister who constantly asks about sex. Then Father invites the alluring Gloria to 'keep house'. This amusing tale is also a thoughtful and perceptive account of a young woman's coming of age.

Funny It Doesn t Sound Jewish

Yes , My Darling Daughter " Ex . 4-4b Jack Lawrence Mo - ther , may Mo - ther , may I I ter , go try out ro dan - cing ? man - cing ? Yes , Yes , My Dar - ling My Dar ling Daugh Daugh ter , - In the 1940s , Sholom Secunda's Yiddish tune ...

Funny  It Doesn t Sound Jewish

Documents the influence of Jewish music on American popular song.

Congressional Record

Mr. Chairman , as it has already been There is no doubt that if the amendMother , may I have a boat ? said several times , several years ago we ment prevails the cost of shipping wheat Yes , my darling daughter ; completed the Thirty ...

Congressional Record

The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)

Dreams Of Anne Frank

Edith Yes, my darling daughter. Mrs Van Daan J Mother, may I try romancing? ... Help me! Edith (rushing to her) Anne! Darling! Anne Where am I? Edith Having a nasty nightmare. You're all right. Anne Please go back to the others.

Dreams Of Anne Frank

"In celebrating the spirit of optimism that shines through the thoughts and dreams of one extraordinary thirteen-year-old during the darkest of times, Bernard Kops has created a dramatic masterpiece" (Time Out) "This play has been a catalyst in stimulating young people not only to question the past but also to confront the very real issues of racism today." (Jenny Culank, Artistic Director of Classworks Theatre, Cambridge) In 1942 Anne Frank, a young Jewish girl, was forced into hiding with seven others in a secret annexe in Amsterdam. Dreams of Anne Frank vividly brings her story to life in a poignant and highly charged drama. Using actors, movement and song Bernard Kops re-imagines and explores Anne Frank's hidden world, a world in which she lived, fell in love and dreamed of freedom. Dreams of Anne Frank won the 1993 Time Out award for best children's production and has been performed around the world. Commentary and notes by Bernard Kops

Danger Close

Yes, my darling daughter What if there's a moon, mama darling, and it's shining on the water Mother, must I keep on dancing? Yes, my darling daughter...' I was in Mrs Kirpachi's garden. I looked around. Nope, I was definitely awake.

Danger Close

Rizwan Sabir returns. And this time his enemy has a familiar face. According to confidential reports, elements of the Metropolitan Police have been penetrated by a violent terror group. With rising tension within the police force, time is quickly running out for Riz. His task: to identify the target. And neutralise the enemy before they strike. But before he can begin, there is a desperate mission that must be completed, at all costs. Riz must find his fiancee, dead or alive. Do the Americans have her body? Is she in Gitmo or a ""Black Site""? Who or what is the Fox Princess? Can Riz find his fiancee, bring back his team, and once again take out the terrorist threat? Bad things are going to happen and the only people who can stop them are Riz and his gang... Hard Kill was originally published as 'The Fox Princess'.

The Theatre of the Holocaust Volume 2

Yes, my darling daughter. Mother, may I try romancing? Yes, my darling ... Yes, my darling daughter — (anne screams.) Anne: Help me! Help me! Mother! Help me! Edith (rushing to her): Anne! Darling! Anne: Where am I? Edith: Having ...

The Theatre of the Holocaust  Volume 2

This second volume of The Theatre of the Holocaust, when combined with the first, represents the most significant and comprehensive international collection of plays on the Holocaust. Since the appearance of Volume 1 in 1982, theatre and Holocaust studies have undergone astonishing transformations. In Volume 2, Skloot presents six plays acknowleding the most recent theatrical forms in our post-modern age.

Hollywood Social dimensions technology regulation and the audience

YES , MY DARLING DAUGHTER ( 1939 ) , Warners ; d : William Keighley , sc : Casey Robinson . The film attacks certain premarital conventions . Revised to B. 2. STRANGE CARGO ( 1940 ) , M - G - M ; d : Frank Borzage , sc : Lawrence Hazard ...

Hollywood  Social dimensions  technology  regulation and the audience

'Hollywood' as a concept applies variously to a particular film style, a factory-based mode of film production, a cartel of powerful media institutions and a national (and increasingly global) 'way of seeing'. It is a complex social, cultural and industrial phenomenon and is arguably the single most important site of cultural production over the past century.This collection brings together journal articles, published essays, book chapters and excerpts which explore Hollywood as a social, economic, industrial, aesthetic and political force, and as a complex historical entity.