4 edition of Public Secrets found in the catalog.
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Rhymes from Wildrose Terrace
Handbook for trustees and liquidators
Adventure in understanding
Reflecting on economic questions
On moral medicine
Womens right to land
My head is a map
Eccentric lives and peculiar notions
Black Dudley Murder
Great painters in Brescia, from the Renaissance to the 18th century
Guidance and Control of V/Stol Aircraft and Helicopters at Night and in Poor Visibility.
Public Secrets isn't one of Nora Roberts most popular books. It's not one that gets mentioned much and I know a lot of her readers don't particularly care for it.
But there's something about this book that thoroughly captures me. It's one of my all-time favorite books. I think I've read it about 6 times now.4/5. Public Secrets: A Novel and millions of other books are available for instant access.
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Overview New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts deftly blends romance and suspense in this compelling novel of a woman whose career, marriage, and very life are threatened by the truth about her own past.
Emma McAvoy may have grown up in the limelight, but some secrets are hidden in a darkness no light can reach.4/4(). About Public Secrets. New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts deftly blends romance and suspense in this compelling novel of a woman whose career, marriage, and very life are threatened by the truth about her own past.
Emma McAvoy may have grown up in the limelight, but some secrets are hidden in a darkness no light can reach. Public Secrets is more of a family saga than a traditional romantic suspense novel, although there is romance and there is plenty of suspense.
It follows the McAvoys, through the eyes of Emma, from the time she is three years old, through childhood, 5/5(5). After getting into the situationist tracts in the Anthology, and then first reading Knabb's "Joy of Revolution" in Public Secrets then his compiled earlier work, I realized The Author, Ken, donated a number of his books to an anarchist bookstore in the bay area.
From there, they made their way all across the country in to prisons/5.