Moyer Bell and its subsidiaries

Advent Calendar

Advent Calendar

by McKay, Shena

Another native Scot, Mackay published this comic novel to acclaim in 1971. The story takes place during the 25 days of advent leading up to Christmas, and though often funny, it deals with the great poverty of its characters and their attempts to find purpose in their dreary lives.Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc. - Library Journal

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Another Ghost in the Doorway

Another Ghost in the Doorway

by Pease, Deborah

Since publishing a novel early in her career, Deborah Pease has devoted herself to writing poetry. Pursuing her own vision, outside of organized programs or schools, Pease has published in small presses and limited editions until now. Another Ghost in the Doorway: Collected Poems presented poems written over a period of twenty-five years...

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Board Liability

Board Liability

by Kurtz, Daniel

Guide for Nonprofit Directors. The authoritative guide to avoiding liability, geared for boards of directors of nonprofit institutions and their lawyers.

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Bon Courage

Bon Courage

by McAdams, Ken

One year and one arduous home-renovation into their marriage, Ken and Bing head to the French countryside to celebrate their long-delayed honeymoon, swearing they're getting out of the home-fixing business for good...

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Captain Butterfly

Captain Butterfly

by Leuci, Robert

Leuci, the former New York cop whose exploits were documented in The Prince of the City , follows up his first two novels, Doyle's Disciples and Odessa Beach , with this tense story about steely Captain Butterfly, Marjorie Butera, a 19-year veteran of the force...

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Cheerfulness Breaks In

Cheerfulness Breaks In

by Thirkell, Angela

Following the social event of the summer, the marriage of Rose Birkett (the county's scatterbrain heart-breaker), Fall brings WWII. The transition to war introduces unexpected elements into the Barsetshire milieu. Despite the newly somber atmosphere, evacuee children (see Nurse's "lust for power over babies"), nouveau riche migrs (Mr...

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Floreana

Floreana

by Wittmer, Margret

The remarkable first-hand account of

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I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can

I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can

by Gordon, Barbara

Barbara Gordon's groundbreaking memoir tells the extraordinary story of a woman who has it all, or thinks she does-a career as an Emmy-award-winning documentary producer, a man she loves, a world of friends, and a beautiful apartment in Manhattan. But beneath the façade, Barbara's life is spinning out of control...

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Israel & The Dead Sea Scrolls

Israel & The Dead Sea Scrolls

by Wilson, Edmund

The scrolls of the Essenes and the history of this Jewish sect's possible antecedence to Christianity intrigued Edmund Wilson and drew him, in 1954, to Israel and the revelations contained in the newly discovered scrolls. His resulting account of the scrolls' history and significance was first published in New Yorker, then expanded into book form, and the revised just before Wilson's death.  ...

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Lucia Triumphant

Lucia Triumphant

by Holt, Tom

Based on the characters created by E.F. Benson, Tom Holt chronicles the latest knavery of the dueling Mapp and Lucia and provides the comedy of manners and social climbing we have come to expect from the two characters...

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Memiors of Madame Roland

Memiors of Madame Roland

by Roland, Madame

This is the first modern English translation of the memoirs of an important French revolutionary figure, who wrote them in 1793 while awaiting execution by the Jacobin-controlled government...

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Only Piece of Furniture

Only Piece of Furniture

by Glancy, Diane

The confusing passage to adulthood is the heart of Glancy's slender, poignant and powerful story of an innocent, deeply religious teenage girl. The second oldest of nine children, Rachel Hume learned to read by deciphering highway signs as her family followed her father, an itinerant railroad worker, across the bountiful countrysides of Louisiana and Texas...

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Only Piece of Furniture in House

Only Piece of Furniture in House

by Glancy, Diane

The confusing passage to adulthood is the heart of Glancy's slender, poignant and powerful story of an innocent, deeply religious teenage girl. The second oldest of nine children, Rachel Hume learned to read by deciphering highway signs as her family followed her father, an itinerant railroad worker, across the bountiful countrysides of Louisiana and Texas...

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The Promise

The Promise

by Buck, Pearl S.

In another triumphant cultural and historical novel from Pearl S. Buck, The Promise chronicles a band of Chinese soldiers who are sent to rescue a British-American platoon, pinned down in Burma, while the Japanese army attacks Burma Road during World War II...

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Sleep With the Angels

Sleep With the Angels

by Fisher, Mary

Mother Challenges AIDS. In Sleep with the Angels Mary Fisher shows why she has become one of the country's most effective advocates on behalf of people with AIDS.There is a radiance in Mary Fisher that brings light, hope, and poetry to all who suffer heartbreak.-Diane Sawyer

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Similar Titles

  • Another Ghost in the Doorway
  • Board Liability
  • Bon Courage
  • Captain Butterfly
  • Cheerfulness Breaks In
  • Floreana
  • I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can
  • Israel & The Dead Sea Scrolls
  • Lucia Triumphant
  • Memiors of Madame Roland
  • Only Piece of Furniture
  • Only Piece of Furniture in House
  • The Promise
  • Sleep With the Angels
  • Advent Calendar
 

ABOUT Moyer Bell and its subsidiaries

Moyer Bell was founded by Britt Bell and his wife Jennifer Moyer almost thirty years ago.  Now, as an imprint of Beaufort Books, Moyer Bell’s titles are restocking the shelves, removing them from the endangered novels list. With authors like Pearl S. Buck and Barbara Pym, Beaufort aims to reignite the admiration of generations.

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